Put me down as well for not getting any orders for PFS or SFS.
If it helps, the current items are not even listed on my Subscriptions page.
Starfinder Society Roleplaying Guild
Most recent product:
Pathfinder Society Scenarios
Most recent product:
Pathfinder Society Scenario #9-13: The Lion's Justice PDF shipped by 02/01/18
Pathfinder Society Scenario #9–16: Fallen Family, Broken Name PDF is scheduled to ship late March or early April 2018 will be the next product to ship
Pathfinder Society Scenario #9–17: Oath of the Overwatched PDF is scheduled to ship late March or early April 2018 will be the next product to ship
Are physically focused (melee and/or martial) PCs screwed in this AP? The Guide hints that those unaware of the occult side of things would be fun but do the mechanics require Call of Cthulhu levels of research and lore knowledge to survive? Would someone like a street brawler with average mental stats work or are they going to be bored and all too often neutralized by fear and mental effects?
Just trying to get a grip on this AP. I’ve played a lot of CoC but you don’t usually have to fight the Eldritch horrors in that game.
This order is for 3 PDF items. Why did 2 of those items go through and the third one is pending? They're all digital products from Paizo and all being paid on the same card in the same order. Is there really a reason that this one pdf had to be shifted to a pending order? WTH?
Two digital purchases were added to your account when this order was submitted.
Pathfinder Player Companion: People of the Wastes (PFRPG) PDF
If a system is Wrecked through multiple critícals does that system stop functioning or merely prevent someone in a role related to that system from ever succeeding in a check? For example, if Engines are Wrecked, the Pilot can't succeed at any special actions but does the ship stop moving or turning?
Basically can a ship be disabled by eliminating certain systems or do you just have to beat the HPs out of it?
I had ordered the 3 Starfinder t-shirts with Order 4476464 and asked for them to be shipped now instead of added to my Sidecart. Well, 2 t-shirts ended up in my Sidecart and shipped with Order 4476470, but the 3rd t-shirt seems to have disappeared. The t-shirt in question is the Starfinder Space goblin t-shirt in 3X.
Additionally, I had used my store credit to cover Order 4476464 but since the t-shirts weren't included the remainder was applied to Order 4476470 instead of applying it just on the t-shirts. So now I'm still missing a t-shirt and all of my store credit was used up.
Can someone please tell me what is going on with my orders and why I was not asked or notified regarding sidecarting my items and using all of my store credit?
Dedicate more resources to ACG for future RP/ACG crossover events like the Friday night interactive. Having ACG GMs covering 2-3 tables and trying to breakdown and set up scenarios while the clock is constantly ticking led to tables getting set up and then the scenario called within minutes because the story moved and then having to rush to set up the next scenario with similar results.
I would not give a newer GM anything from Season 6 on. Everything before that is fairly simple but since then there's techno-rules (Season 6), Occult classes/rules (Season 7), Intrigue rules (Season 7), Horror rules (Season 8), and Elemental Planes (Season 8) rules thrown in as well.
To me, PCs' classes aren't a problem (it's the players jobs to know their characters, not mine) but when NPCs are classes I've never played (or, honestly, never even read since they don't interest me at all) it becomes a real pain.
I was Tier 1 on the ACG side so I can only comment on that, and most of my feedback was added to the post-Con meeting that was held in the room. I only have two points that I'd like to reiterate again for emphasis. The first is a dedicated ACG musterer. With 4 seasons offered and multiple tiers within 3 of those seasons and multiple levels of scenario progress within each tier it was a mess at times getting people where they needed to be. Someone solely dedicated to finding out what people needed and grouping them together would save pulling GMs to do that rather than get people started on their games, especially since the ACG has a hard time stop for session.
And secondly, shifting more towards allowing GMs for the card game to be allowed to sit with a table and help them with the game. I felt REALLY bad when I had to set up and oversee multiple tables and end up basically asking an experienced player to teach the game to the newcomers and run it while the GMs bounced from table to table or tried to get tables mustered.
If I was paying to come to a convention and paying for an event, I would not be happy with defaulting to teaching and running the game myself. I could stay home and do that for free. Thankfully, the players were very understanding but it's still not cool to do that to them.
Oh, and I guess thirdly, schedule a larger number of GMs the morning after the Friday night special if the ACG will tie in again, and especially if we will need to the reset boxes because people and cards have been shuffled about from table to table. Alternately, setting aside 5 or so dedicated untouched boxes for the morning which gives us time to reset more of the other boxes would also work.
Oh, lastly, not sure if it was brought up but we had A LOT of people coming and asking to play Season of the Shackles and Season of the Righteous and I think the demand was way under estimated. We were running out of Chronicle sheets by the second day. I think some of the suggested changes Kevin took back for ACG should help with this, but something to keep in mind.
I know this was the first time ACG went this big at Gencon and I'm all psyched to see it growing and expanding. I had a great time getting new people into the game and especially seeing people try out the new Goblin decks. I'm down to sign up as a Tier 1 again for the ACG next year, but with at least one more base set coming out for next Gencon these problems will only get even worse if we don't look for solutions now.
Sorry for the long wall of text. :)
[Roll20 / G+] The Emerald Spire, Level 12 - The Automaton Forge (tier 9-11) - April 16th, 2016 @ 1PM EST [GMT-5]
When Nhur Athemon laid claim to the Emerald Spire, he had a vision of creating an arcane citadel where he and his followers could weave spells and craft armies powerful enough to overthrow Azlant at the height of its power. As a master of artifice and construct creation, the exiled archmage began by establishing an automated workshop where he could create automatons that would in turn create other automatons, vastly multiplying his power. At the same time, he experimented with many different designs and purposes for his magical automatons. Of course he wanted an army of invincible warrior constructs, but his vision also encompassed constructs to perform labor, constructs to wait on and serve human masters, and constructs with no other purpose than to delight and amuse.
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I need to get a box just for the figure, ship it to them with an RMA, hope they have more in stock ("Damaged figures will be replaced with a figure from the same set and rarity. If not available, a figure from the next set with the same rarity will be used."), and then wait 6-8 weeks after they receive it for the delivery of a replacement. All for a figure that cost me $4.25?
It looks to me like I'm just going to eat the cost and learn not to order any more singles for Pathfinder Battles.
Hi, I just received my order but one of the pre-painted plastic figures is missing an arm (and the bow that goes in it :o). The arm is not in the plastic bag the figure comes in or the delivery box.
The item is WZK70740-36 aka "Pathfinder Battles - Rise of the Runelords: Shalelu Andosana".
Can you please send me a replacement? And do you need me to ship the defective figure back?
Thank in advance,
I got my case today. Here's my breakdown.
1 Goblin Warrior (Red)
2 Goblin Hero (Red)
3 Goblin Warrior (Blue)
4 Goblin Hero (Blue)
6 Orc Warrior
8 Watch Guard
10 Lizardfolk Champion
12 Giant Spider
14 Venomous Snake
16 Human Rogue
17 Human Ranger
22 Gnome Fighter
23 Dire Rat
27 Seelah, Human Paladin
3 Goblin Warrior (Blue)
3 Goblin Warrior (Blue)
1 Goblin Warrior (Red)
1 Goblin Warrior (Red) - 2
2 Goblin Hero (Red) - 2
3 Goblin Warrior (Blue) - 2
4 Goblin Hero (Blue) - 2
5 Orc Brute - 2
6 Orc Warrior - 3
7 Skeleton - 3
8 Watch Guard - 2
9 Watch Officer - 2
10 Lizardfolk Champion - 2
12 Giant Spider - 4
13 Wolf - 3
14 Venomous Snake - 2
24 Gargoyle - 2
Also Huge Black Dragon.
Finally, these goblins rocks.
I've not played in a Pathfinder PbP before but am anxious to try.
If this is okay I can add his background and more details.
Matías Torino wrote:
Sunshine gamers - a lot of gaming stuff but very poorly organized. There's stacks of things which you will need to dig through to find things.
Outland Station - haven't been there in a really long time so can't say for certain, but known for being good with ccg stuff.
Florida Supercomics - in Davie, good mix of rpgs, boardgames, and miniatures.
Cool Stuff - in Davie, good for boardgames and ccgs. Has some miniatures (Warmachine/Hordes) as well.
Tate's Gaming Satellite - in Lauderhill, good mix of rpgs, boardgames, ccgs, and miniatures. Also two stores down from their comics/anime/geek stuff store which is huge.
All of the stores have websites which can provide directions and store hours. I'd personally recommend Florida Supercomics or Tate's for browsing/buying but they're both in Broward county so I don't know how transportation will play into things for her.
In my opinion, all Paizo needs to do is keep on doing what drew me from 4E to Pathfinder: keep making great Adventure Paths and keep supporting Pathfinder Society organized play.
I always liked the Adventure Paths and would read them even before I started playing Pathfinder. After years of playing the same modules and Wizards finally setting Living Forgotten Realms adrift, my wife and I came over to Pathfinder Society and enjoy it many times more. Even the simple statement of "you're all members of a treasure and adventure seeking organization" made the experience of playing with strangers a lot more cohesive and coherent.
Since then I've become a Golarion/Pathfinder fanboy, as my subscriptions denote. So long as Paizo keeps putting out quality products and doing a fantastic job listening to its player base then they will have my monetary support.
I'm a total PaizoCon noob and wanted to ask a few questions as I'll have to start fighting for next year's vacation requests soon.
The Con is listed as a Friday-Sunday event. Is there anything happening the day before?
Anyone know how long it will take to travel by plane, unfortunately, from Miami to Seattle?
Anyone have an idea of typical, close to location hotel costs for Thursday-Sunday stay?
I'm just looking for loose guesstimations to determine feasibility.