Banach, in twelve paragraphs, you've made me love Ezekiel, fear the Kahn and his cabal of "benefactors," and damn the night hag for foul play.
Now I have to wait a week to find out why in the hell Ezekiel's risking entrance into the megalomanic Kahn's Coliseum Morpheuon. . .
With all the sociopathic Kahn's defenses, what chance does the humbled Ezekiel have. . . and yet you've made me hope, Banach.
Thank you, Rite Publishing. Come on, Thursday, bring the sequel.
Books I've recently completed and highly recommend:
Niven & Pournelle The Mote in God's Eye
John Grisham's short stories Ford County (IMO, his best work)
Patrick Rothfuss The Name of the Wind
David Wong John Dies at the End
Eco The Name of the Rose
Paulo Coelho The Alchemist
P.D. James Children of Men
Andrew Chang wrote:
Thanks for the pics! Really brings the setting to life.
I would love to use something like this in my eighth grade language arts classes.
It would be nice if we could find out who was running the events at this con and see if they would tell us why they are "pending" and what event is at what time slot.
This is kinda' sad. Doesn't look like anyone involved in the organization checks the boards.
IS THERE NO PATHFINDER LOVE IN CHICAGO?
Hey, Steve, as a patron I'll have access to Coliseum Morpheuon; but some non-patrons in this thread are HUNGRY to play at high levels without writing the adventure. So
What's the projected date for when the adventure will be open to the public?
And how can people get it?
Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 04:15 PM Pacific
Hmm. Looks like this post from the ENnie awards got jammed in the intertubes.
Jason and Erik go Gold for Best Campaign Setting for Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting!
It's about time I said: CONGRATULATIONS!
WHEN YOU GET ALL MOVED INTO YOUR NEW QUARTERS AND YOU'VE CAUGHT YOUR BREATH,
COME ON, STOP AND SMELL THE ROSES A MINUTE. WE DON'T WANT YOU BURNED OUT.
Hey, Qwilion, I want to give a gift UPGRADE to someone who's at bronze now—a gamer who can give Boomer ideas that will blow us away. Does the "What is Patronage" link on the RitePublishing site explain how to do that?
Louis Agresta wrote:
Surpressing a pity-party sob, went there and enjoyed it much more than a stupid old
Food! Prizes! Fun! Preview the Pathfinder RPG with the Paizo staff and guests as we enjoy good food, good company, and games galore. There will be prizes! To attend the banquet, you must purchase a ticket.
Materials will be provided."
which is where you are now, I suppose.
Hugo Solis wrote:
Yay! there's a thread already :D
HUGO, was it as much fun as it sounded like it was going to be?
I think you said on another thread that you haven't DMed much, so were you nervous. I'm guessing that it was a fun group who signed up, so I bet they had a blast.
We want to hear more about it.
Fighting Pathfinders need humor!
I just left Zuxius' room, where there was some great conversationalizing, and I just drank the best dark lager I have ever tasted. This is the kind of experience that everyone on these boards deserves to have at some time in their lives. Thanks to Zuxius--I owe you one, buddy.
This is as close as I'm likely to get to the experience; so thank you, kikai13, for keeping us updated.
Was Zuxius wearing the awesome pathfinderchronicler shirt he designed, or is he saving it for the week-end?
Since official events aren't scheduled until noon, how will you early attendees spend the morning?
For now, sleep.
For all of you at home, I just ate at the Crab Pot for the meet & eat. I sat across the table from Boomer and next to Timitius. Hugo Solis and N'wah were also at the same table. The creative talent of these people is astounding. Looking forward to meeting more cool folks.
Thanks for the updates for us poor homebodies.
Did you get your hard copy for #25?
Keep the updates comin', kikai13!
Dave Young 992 wrote:
I've been enjoying the Pathfinder Chronicler for some time now. All three serial novels and novella - Decisions of Faith, From the Crown, and The Road to Varno - reflect what I'm looking for in Pathfinder literature. They are great "reads," yet amazingly different from one another.
The whole concept is fascinating, and as an English teacher, I especially enjoy watching the editing process. As I understand it, the authors submit their own Pathfinder work for triple editing and publication on the site. In return, the author agrees to edit other submissions. Bottom line: authors receive triple editing, get their work "out there," and gain first-hand editing knowledge .
It's surprising that more Pathfinders haven't submitted. Maybe they've been writing for Lillith's Fanzine. But now it's time to go to Pathfinder Chronicler. Keep writing so I can keep reading! Only YOU can share those awesome thoughts that are now in only your head or played out in only your game. SHARE!
Charles Evans 25 wrote:
What CE25 said.
THE PAIZO WIKIPEDIA ROCKS!
You deserve to be at Paizocon2009.
Vic Wertz wrote:
Hey, I'm curious. . . how is our community using the policy.
I enjoy the Pathfinder Chronicler site big time. Some great stuff in the works!
What else are people doing?
Brent, levity in tough times! Bring it on.
It's OK. No, it's good. Actually, it's great fun!
Back to the original topic: Send Yoda8MyHead to Paizocon!!
Gamer Girrl wrote:
I love the new feat! That's one I plan to steal and show to my gaming group, see if my SD gm will allow it as an option for our party's bard donw the road :)
Ezekiel Shanoax, the Stormchild wrote:
Count me in the Peterson, Baur, Mueller, Kisko camp. You've got one of my four votes.