Grey Thunder wrote:
If i may suggest. Would anyone be against the idea of possibly having a backup place to post in case the servers decide to take another nap? The official Discord could work.
This actually sounds like a very good idea. Can you share the link, please?
My Discord handle is m_nikolaev#4266
And we are back online!
Talga refused the dagger offered by Tinder Tender. She was too much afraid to go back inside. But she was grateful enough to draw a map of the hideout for the group. As accurate as she could remember.
Please find the layout of the lair following the link above. And while you are there, fill in the info on your characters if you want it reported for PFS.
Doomsday Dawn Maps
I am in a place with some really lousy internet, so I will rush the dialogue. An no map yet. Sorry it will get better tomorrow.
Next morning the heroes packed and bravely ventured into the depths of the Magnimar sewers led by Talga. She told them the terrible stories about Drakus. How he lead away any goblin who would displease him and then return him back to the tribe bloodless with holes in the neck.
As they got closer to the hideout, she grew more silent. Until she finally stopped before an entrance to and old ossuary.
Here. Kill Drakus. Before kill Drakus, no one speak. But after - help tribe. Talga asks. Please.
You start before the entrance in an exploration mode. Tell me, how you wish to enter.
Thank you, friends. Thunder, I know you have certain reservations about the goblins, but Talga here can show you to the current hideout of the tribe. And Mr. Tinder sure knows who to swipe his sword right.
Keleri Deverin seemed reluctant to continue.
You may answer. It will give others more options on how to respond, so it's a good move (:
Do we need an actual discussion thread?
Also, if making beautiful .pdf files is hard for you - don't worry. They just make it easier for me to check.
And I hope you don't mind some roleplaying preamble. The scenario tells just to drop you in the dungeon, but I would prefer to get some in-character introduction first.
English is not my native language, so feel free to tell me when I make mistakes.
Sorry, I am still angry, when I think of it. Where was I. Yes... I found the vault in dissaray and filled with dead goblins. This one was hiding in the corner. She told me that she and her friends were working for a vampire hobgoblin Drakus, who calls himself the Taker, but decided to rebel. Alas, they all got slaughtered. All, except for Talga.
Mr. Tender, would you be so kind as to tell us your former tribes name? Was it this very Mudchewer tribe, lead by a hobgoblin?
Keleri addressed the strange armored goblin.
Keleri looked around and seemed to be more relaxed.
Glad to see you all here! So sorry about the short notice I gave you. Where are my manners! Does anybody want tea?
She called a servant and softly asked her to bring some tea and biscuits for everybody.
Several days ago I received an invitation from my cousin Kendra. He is a mayor of the nearby town of Sandpoint, very nice, quite place. He invited me to attend an upcoming Swallowtail Festival. I couldn't refuse, could I.
Well, with the festival’s focus on the consecration of Sandpoint’s new cathedral, I was hoping to bring a family heirloom, the Star of Desna, to receive a blessing. But there was an unexpected complication.
The woman let out a long sigh. Than clapped her hands. A female goblin accompanied by a manservant entered the room through a door in the far corner.
Meet Talga, of the Muschewer tribe. She and her tribesmen broke into our family vault and stole everything! Including the relic, the Star of Desna!
Ms. Deveri was nearly shouting the last line and got really angry and red faced. Talga looked as if she was trying to shrink and turn invisible.
Silvia Guye wrote:
I'd say it's light and would offer you to use the flute stats. Unfortunately there are none atm. Or you could take a giant harmonica (google it, it's bonkers) and have it take up 1 bulk.
I was waiting for this one! (: Yes, I am curious about the background.
You are greeted by the Keleri Deverin herself, who seems to be rather preoccupied. Ginger hair in dissarray, smile not as wide as you are used to seeing.
Master Hallea, I am glad you could arrive on such short notice. We are waiting for more of my adventurous friends to arrive. You know me, I am not a warrior and the task I have at hands asks for something actually mightier than a quill.
I looked through. Seems legit, only nitpick - you should put your "message" in the cantrip section. Just to keep track of it.
I just started a gameplay thread for the 1st chapter. Not much there yet, but you can start introducing your characters.
Did you read the background info on the adventures?
For PF1 I am most used to the Herolabs format in the Character description. For PF2P - no idea, to be honest. Got any good ideas?
This time, show me all the boosts, please. I want to follow all the mechanics I can, to better learn it.
I'd be interested as well. What sort of parameters are we looking at?
Playtest rules. Custom characters, lvl 1, 150 sp for item purchase, all common items available.
You have to use the backgrounds from the Doomsday Dawn adventures.
Lost Star, the first chapter, is a rather straight forward dungeon crawl. I will be using Google Slides for the maps.
Looks like we have four players, so if you can generate characters by the end of Friday, we will start on Saturday.
Well, he can overspend the resonance to do more stuff, but that's not a given.
Barbarian and Fighter both have the Sudden Charge class feat, but different tags.
Fighter Sudden Charge has the following: Attack, Fighter, Move, Open
Barbarian Sudden Charge: Barbarian
Is this intentional or a typo, I think the latter.
Also Acute Vision and Raging Intimidation should have the Rage tags too, I assume. Since they require you to be raging! Didn't check others.
Maxim Nikolaev wrote:
Master of Many Styles of course.
With the exception of Master of Many Forms none of these archetypes are too powerful, popular or even well designed. But I love the image of each one of them. Not to mention that both monk archetypes emulate my favorite Jackie Chan movies.
Vic Wertz wrote:
Cavendsih, please. And it is nice to meet a banana connoisseur.
Luis Loza wrote:
Thank you, Luis, and thank you, Alex. Good to know my 1st lvl occulstist can now zap an undead for 10d6 damage anytime he needs to. (=