I was playing around on HeroLab and I was stunned to see that there were some story feats listed as legal. I didn't believe it, so I went to check additional resources. Sure enough, under Spymaster's Handbook it says "All feats are legal." I am very confused as to how these can actually be legal, primarily in how a GM would have to adjucate over the completion of these feats. I did some searching and anything I could find in reference to story feats specifically focused on the Ultimate Campaign feats.
So are they really legal? How does the GM of a table deal with them? What's the buzz, tell me what's happening.
I've been to GenCon for five years running now but this is going to be the first time I've tried to get in some RPG gaming, as I've been mostly a minis gamer. I've got my badge, but because I get it through volunteering for a company I didn't get it nearly in time to register for some of the more popular stuff, like 9-00 or Starfinder. For those of you who've played at GenCon before, how likely is it that there will be openings because players don't show? Is it worth it to buy some genetic badges and linger, hoping to get into an event?