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Welcome to the continuation of DM-Camris' Savage Tide Adventure path!
For the end of the previous chapter, go to HERE


Initial discussion thread.


PART 1: NIGHT OF IRON FANGS


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This Adventure Path begins in the sleepy Nirmathi town of Phaendar, on the cusp of Civilization and Wilderness, nestled alongside the only major crossing of the Marideth River within 50 miles upstream or down.

At this moment people from across the region gather for the seasonal Market Festival, trading goods that make surviving the next season easier.

You may be longtime residents, injured veterans recuperating fromt he war, or trappers and farmers who arrive to sell their wares, catch up with friends or stock up for the season, only to find themselves set upon by a merciless enemy!

If you think the scenario above is for you, phase two are the campaign standards

Character Creation::

- 20 point buy, 1st level.
- Core Races are MUCH preferred in this AP, but almost any other race (except Hobgoblins) can be considered. Just make sure you have a VERY good backstory to justify your Drow/Klingon...
- All Pathfinder classes are allowed. Summoners are restricted to the Unchained version.
- 2 Traits, including one Campaign from the Ironfang Invasion Player's Guide. You can take another trait if you take a drawback as well.
- Max HP at first level, Average+1 on subsequent levels.
- Starting Character Wealth=Average.
- Backstories are appreciated, but don't feel compelled to write a novel. You can keep your background as brief as you like it, just be sure to have some reason to be in Phaendar for the Market Festival.
- Half of the AP will be outdoorsy.
- No Evil alignments.
- No firearms.
- The Core and APG are a must, Ultimate Wilderness is VERY handy.

Table Rules::

If a character has not taken an action in two day's time, and the character is in a situation where all characters need to take an action for the story to progress (for example, combat, though not limited to combat), that character reverts to the GM's control until the player's next post.
In combat a GM controlled PC is invulnerable to damage, though they die if the rest of the party dies. The only actions a GM controlled character will take will be to move and to provide an "aid another" check for other characters/basic combat attacks.
The GM rolls all initiative rolls.
If you need to "pass a note," either to the GM or another character, use the spoiler tag, addressed to the party you want to read it. For example:
Try to keep in character comments and descriptions of actions in normal font, and use the [ ooc ] brackets for "game" actions.
Finally, if you don't already have one, you need to make up a separate message board alias with the name of your character, and fill out the profile with all of the information that you would normally have on a standard Pathfinder RPG character sheet.

To be considered, I NEED to see a solid overall concept, and a personality/background. Bonus if you can post the full mechanical build, but that's not critical for consideration.

I aim to start in a week/10 days.
Good luck!


Recruitment is closed for now.


This is the part where we discuss Characters.


Two weeks out of Magnimar, on course for Sargova...


Discussion continued from part 1: THE WORLDWOUND INCURSION!


This story is a continuation from the previous adventure: THE WORLDWOUND INCURSION

Our story so far:
The City of Kenabres took a devastating blow when the Storm King destroyed the wardstone. The attack that swiftly followed involved the opening of several rifts in the ground that swallowed up entire city blocks even as armies of demons, from relatively minor fiends like dretches and babaus on up to the hulking destroyers known as ulkreths, rose up to attack and destroy.
Many of Kenabres’s citizens died during the assault, but many more managed to escape the city, fleeing into the surrounding countryside while the demons remained distracted by the presence of buildings and stragglers within the city walls. Even after the demons retreated, leaving Kenabres a smoking ruin, the situation in the city remained grim.
It isn’t until the Heroes of Kenabres and the city’s largest surviving group of crusaders, the Eagle Watch, mount a coordinated attack on the remaining demonic defenders that things start to change for the better.
With the lure of a wardstone fragment ripe for corruption removed and the sudden final death-pulse of the border’s wardstones, the demons have retreated for now. A few stragglers remain in the ruins, but they will soon be hunted down and exterminated.


This discussion is continued from Part 1; THE WORLDWOUND INCURSION.


This story is continued from the previous adventure: THE WORLDWOUND INCURSION

The City of Kenabres took a devastating blow when the Storm King destroyed the wardstone. The attack that swiftly followed involved the opening of several rifts in the ground that swallowed up entire city blocks even as armies of demons, from relatively minor fiends like dretches and babaus on up to the hulking destroyers known as ulkreths, rose up to attack and destroy.
Many of Kenabres’s citizens died during the assault, but many more managed to escape the city, fleeing into the surrounding countryside while the demons remained distracted by the presence of buildings and stragglers within the city walls. Even after the demons retreated, leaving Kenabres a smoking ruin, the situation in the city remained grim.
It isn’t until the Heroes of Kenabres and the city’s largest surviving group of crusaders, the Eagle Watch, mount a coordinated attack on the remaining demonic defenders that things start to change for the better.
With the lure of a wardstone fragment ripe for corruption removed and the sudden final death-pulse of the border’s wardstones, the demons have retreated for now. A few stragglers remain in the ruins, but they will soon be hunted down and exterminated.


We are a Legacy of Fire group that has lost our GM. We are in the middle of ‘The Impossible Eye’ module and would like to continue on with a new GM.

CAST:
Bahir, Paladin 11
Efreat, Sorcerer (Efreeti) 11
Hazreem, Druid 11
Mah’ysa, Cleric (Sarenrae) 10 Bard 1
Paellat, Rogue 11

Our gameplay thread is HERE.

We are a good crew and ready to play on. Potential GM’s check us out!


Due to an unfortunate number of fatalities, we are recruiting three (maybe four) people for the Second chapter in the Carrion Crown Adventure Path.

The current survivors are:
Agrimar
Male Half-Orc Paladin (Undead Scourge)
Ereviss
Male elf bard (detective*)
and Kendra, NPC Female Human Wizard (diviner)

Character Build requirements:
Level four.
Twenty point buy stats.
To Generate Hit points; roll for hitpoints (plus con plus toughness plus whatever), but reroll if you get less than half+1.
Two traits.
One campaign trait, and a reason you weren't able to make Professor Lorrimor's funeral. (Check out the free pdf Carrion Crown Players Guide for details on the Campaign Traits.)
6000gp for equipment, no more than 2000 on any one item.
Unchained classes are OK.
Occult Adventures classes, while not forbidden, bear in mind I don't have that book yet.

If you've played in the first chapter, but never made it through, well here's your chance to find out!

Recruiting open until Monday. Probably.


Continuing the previous Discussion page from Chapter 1: The Haunting of Harrowstone.


Continuing the game from the previous chapter; HERE--Chapter 1: The Haunting of Harrowstone...


Discussion of the Campaign continues here from the previous episode; DM-Camris' Second Darkness Part 2--Children of the Void.


The game continues here from the previous episode, DM-Camris' Second Darkness Part 2--Children of the Void.


The game continues here from the previous episode, DM-Camris' Second Darkness Part 2--Children of the Void.


This thread is a continuation of 'RotRL Gestalt Anniversary Special run by Spiral Ninja', which you can find HERE.


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RECRUITMENT IS OPEN!

Three slots have opened up in this Gestalt Rise of the Runelords game; we're looking to recruit!

Our current team is made up of:
Alkaid
Female Half-succubus (Aasimar) Cleric(theologian)/Brawler 4

Brindolfin Cloudcap
Male Half-Giant Psychic Warrior/Soulknife 4

Idril Ssethan
Female Human Bard (Dervish Dancer)/ Rogue L4

Situation: Rise of the Runelords (Anniversary Edition), Start of Book 2 (The Skinsaw Murders)
The characters are currently resting on their laurels in the small town of Sandpoint, having beaten a conspiracy to overrun Sandpoint with a horde of goblin tribes.

Build: is the twenty point buy, Gestalt rules, two traits, one of them campaign.
Character Level four (Gestalt), 6000 gp to outfit yourself.
To Generate Hit points; roll for hitpoints (plus con plus toughness plus whatever), but reroll if you get less than half+1.

Just a brief paragraph as to your basic build, personality, appearance and how you would fit into the combat team. A detailed background can wait until you're selected.

I'm looking for a fast turnaround, so decision by Sunday (hopefully).


DM-Camris here, REOPENING recruitment for two more players!

- 20 point buy with 7/18 being the min/max for each stat before racial mods.
- Almost all paizo material is legal for races and classes. I say almost because when i was prepping, i realized that even though this is iron gods and its set in the techno-fantasy realm of Numeria, aliens are still really freaking rare so I'd prefer if you didn't play as one though a kick ass backstory might sway me.
- 2 traits, one campaign. You can also take a drawback for an extra trait if you want.
- average starting gold.

We’re just on the way to the initial encounter, so this recruitment will only be open a day or two.

Currently the team is:
_Doctor Rhaym
Male Human (Azlanti) Alchemist (chirurgeon) L1
_Lilly Peregrine
Female Human (Varisian) Warpriest (Iomedae) L1
_R@mshackle
N/A Android Gunslinger (Techslinger) 1
_Sophia VanderMoot
Fem Sorcerer (Sage Bloodline) L1

And one other to be determined, but looking fighter-ish. Also, Haven’t heard from Sophia lately, so she might be out.

You can see our campaign HERE.


A couple of slots have opened up in this Wrath of the Righteous game; we're looking to recruit!

Our current team is made up of:

Ce-Eshna Lightfoot
Female Sylph (Native: Outsider) Fighter 2/Sorcerer(Arcane) 1

Jokum of the Breakbones
Male Aasimar Ranger (Shapeshifter)/3;

Karthak Ironbreaker
Male Dwarf Inquisitor 3

Pollux Wardroxan
Male Human Cleric 3

The characters are currently resting up in the old stone travelers inn, Defenders Heart, where the Kenabres resistance has its headquarters.

Build is the twenty point buy, two traits, one of them campaign.
Character Level three, 3000 gp to outfit yourself.
Just a brief paragraph as to your personality, appearance and how you would fit into the combat team. A detailed background can wait until you're selected.

I'm looking for a fast turnaround, so decision by Friday (hopefully).


We lost a couple of players, so we need players to fill two (MAYBE three) slots.

The party currently consists of:
*Bryson Deepwinter, Half-Elf Druid 6
*Ghirrak Ironfist, Half-Orc Monk (Sacred Mountain) 6
*Phillip Pharlan, Half-Elf Sorcerer 3/Rogue 3
So they could probably use some healing power at least.

The situation is currently thus;
Having acquired a former pirate vessel, our heroes have undertaken a commission from Lady Vanderboren to voyage from Port Sasserine to the colony of Farshore in the far southern ocean. Visiting briefly the ruins of Tamoachan, the ship ran through a gauntlet of Scarlet Brotherhood ships to enter the tropics. Having stopped at a watering hole, they survive a Hydra attack and now rest before setting forth to the next stop; the native olman village of Renkrue.
I need people that will check in probably at least once every two days so that we make sure to keep everything moving.
If you think the above is acceptable, phase two are the campaign standards

Character Creation:

-All characters will be created with the “epic fantasy” (25 point) purchase method (page 16 of the Core Rulebook).
-All of the races and classes in the core rulebook and the advanced player's guide are allowed for play.
-There can be no more than two characters of the same class in the party.
-We will start at sixth level.
-Max hp at first level. Roll for it at higher levels; but if you roll less than the average die you can take average +1 instead.
-Characters will start with the average wealth for sixth level; 16,000gp.
-Players may purchase equipment from any Pathfinder source, with the approval of the GM (for example, some items may be rare in the Varisia region, and thus restricted initially).
-No characters can start the campaign with an evil alignment.
-Characters start at the maximum starting age for the class and race.
-Characters can have up to 2 Traits.
-Characters are encouraged to take a campaign trait; but since those were geared towards the very first level, it's not a requirement.

"Table" Rules
If a character has not taken an action in two day's time, and the character is in a situation where all characters need to take an action for the story to progress (for example, combat, though not limited to combat), that character reverts to the GM's control until the player's next post.
In combat a GM controlled PC is invulnerable to damage, though they die if the rest of the party dies. The only actions a GM controlled character will take will be to move and to provide an "aid another" check for other characters.
The GM rolls all initiative rolls.
If you need to "pass a note," either to the GM or another character, use the spoiler tag, addressed to the party you want to read it. For example:
Try to keep in character comments and descriptions of actions in normal font, and use the [ ooc ] brackets for "game" actions.
Finally, if you don't already have one, you need to make up a separate message board alias with the name of your character, and fill out the profile with all of the information that you would normally have on a standard Pathfinder RPG character sheet.

To be considered, I NEED to see a solid overall concept, and a personality/background. Bonus if you can post the full mechanical build, but that's not critical for consideration.


Two-Three players are needed for Star Wars-The Covenant of Shadows game.

The setting is The Old Republic, a couple of years after Darth Malak's defeat at the Star Forge.
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Our heroes have just awoken in anonymous high tech pods, missing memories and clothing.
Having fought their way free from deep underground, they steal some swoop bikes from some gangers, then steal their ship as well as the mysterious base explodes behind them.
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Now in orbit around a primitive planet deep in the Outer Rim, they are left with a handful of clues and far, far more questions than answers.

If this appeals to you, submit your character concept here.

1> Rule System is Star Wars Saga system from WotC.

2> Main book is the Saga Edition Core Book. Additional book is the Knights of the Old Republic Campaign guide. Those are the main two; others may be drawn upon as needed.

3> Character generation will use the Planned Generation system (aka Point Buy).

4> Races are those found in the Core edition and Knights of the Old Republic Campaign Guide. Gungans and Ewoks are not races found in this period normally; so, will be out of play.

5> Characters will need to have some level of technical understanding of society to function in the campaign; so, no primitive backgrounds or species that haven't learned to function in Republic cities.

Current characters in game are:
DESH
- Feeorin Soldier
SIX
- Zabrak Soldier/Scout Sniper
JERRN DARKLIGHTER
- Human Jedi Hick


So how are you changing your characters? (With the new books and all)


When Annie goes back to the Parrot, she is warmly greeted by a chorus of “ANNIE!” They all congratulate you on your success, your new pet cat (“He’s a big pussy cat!”, attempts to pet), your rise in the world… Annie’s mother also greets her warmly, though she urges her to move out of that dangerous mansion (“What with all the mad noblewomen and savage half-orcs…”)

By the upkeep rules and Lavinia’s increase in pay, you now have the “Extravagant” lifestyle.

Lavinia takes one glance at the locket with Vanthus’ picture, and then tosses it in the fireplace, along with the portrait hanging in the Dining Room. She clears out Vanthus’ old room and gives it to Ghirrak, if he wants it. While she still wants Vanthus brought to justice, there is no trace of him during the months that follow, and her revenge sinks to a low simmer.

When Spinnaker Jon mounts his expedition to salvage the ship abandoned in the smugglers cove, you find that the remaining savage creatures had died off, as their violent natures sent them into constant battles with the dangerous creatures of the region. They are all gone, and all that remains of their passing is an empty sea cave littered with well gnawed bones.

Consultation with sages and libraries in Sasserine provide little insight into the nature of what occurred at Kraken’s Cove, and the stories you all spread quickly become part of the region’s rumor-haunted tradition.

Lavinia continues to have a difficult time with the Nobility, though she conceals much of it from you. Others in the Merchants district and Champions cartel are more welcoming.
Nevertheless, she is more isolated nowadays; you often see her reading her parents logs of their travels and poring over the maps they made before they died.

Bindlplotz disappears from public view; you hear that he is holed up with a gonnesmith, working on more of those alchemical fire contraptions.

Spinnaker Jon is very proud of the little Caravel salvaged from the smugglers, and urges you all to chip in and become co-owners. Though, if you weren’t interested, you could also sell it for a pretty penny.


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IT IS 3,954 BBY
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IN THE LEHON SYSTEM, THE REPUBLIC CLASHES WITH THE SITH AT THE BATTLE OF RAKATA PRIME.

REVAN DEFEATS DARTH MALAK IN A DUEL.

THE REPUBLIC DEFEATS THE SITH EMPIRE AS THE STAR FORGE IS DESTROYED AND WITH IT THE JEDI CIVIL WAR FINALLY COMES TO AN END.

REVAN LEAVES ONCE MORE FOR THE UNKNOWN REGIONS.

SITH LORDS, FORMERLY LOYAL TO DARTH REVAN AND MALAK, BEGIN BREAKING THE SITH EMPIRE INTO SMALLER DOMAINS, DECLARING THEMSELVES SOVEREIGN WARLORDS.

THE REPUBLIC BEGINS TO ROLL UP THE SITH IMPIRIAL REMNANTS, AND THE PEOPLE FEEL HOPE AGAIN AS FINAL PEACE IS IN SIGHT…


This will be the OOC thread for the Star Wars – The Covenant of Shadows.

1> Rule System is Star Wars Saga system from WotC.

2> Main book is the Saga Edition Core Book. Additional book is the Knights of the Old Republic Campaign guide. Those are the main two; others may be drawn upon as needed.

3> Character generation will use the Planned Generation system (aka Point Buy).

4> Races are those found in the Core edition and Knights of the Old Republic Campaign Guide. Gungans and Ewoks are not races found in this period normally; so, will be out of play.

5> Characters will need to have some level of technical understanding of society to function in the campaign; so, no primitive backgrounds or species that haven't learned to function in Republic cities.

6> Characters all start at level 5.


We lost a couple of players, so we need players to fill two slots.
The party currently consists of:
*Nakoda, Human Shoanti Bard (Savage Skald)
*Maelorn, Human Cleric (Torag)
*Zane, Human Wizard
So they could probably use some muscle. (Nakoda requests another Shoanti, but is not required).

The situation is currently thus;

Having been made junior partners in a casino, they have been sent to find out what happened to their floor manager. When last seen he was on the way to deliver some money owed to a loan shark. Our heroes travelled to a bad section of town to ask about the missing man, but the loanshark is being uncooperative…

I need people that will check in probably at least once every two days so that we make sure to keep everything moving.
If you think the above is acceptable, phase two are the campaign standards

Character Creation::

-All characters will be created with the “high fantasy” (20 point) purchase method (page 16 of the Core Rulebook).
-All of the races and classes in the core rulebook and the advanced player's guide are allowed for play.
-There can be no more than two characters of the same class in the party.
-We will start at second level.
-Max hp at first level. Roll for it at higher levels; but if you roll less than the average die you can take average +1 instead.
-Characters will start with the average starting gold for their character class (according to the chart on page 140 of the Core Rulebook) plus 1000gp for being second level.
-Players may purchase equipment from any Pathfinder source, with the approval of the GM (for example, some items may be rare in the Varisia region, and thus restricted initially).
-No characters can start the campaign with an evil alignment.
-Characters start at the maximum starting age for the class and race.
-Characters can have up to 2 Traits.
-Characters are encouraged to take a campaign trait; but since those were geared towards the very first level, it's not a requirement.

"Table" Rules

If a character has not taken an action in two day's time, and the character is in a situation where all characters need to take an action for the story to progress (for example, combat, though not limited to combat), that character reverts to the GM's control until the player's next post.

In combat a GM controlled PC is invulnerable to damage, though they die if the rest of the party dies. The only actions a GM controlled character will take will be to move and to provide an "aid another" check for other characters.

The GM rolls all initiative rolls.

If you need to "pass a note," either to the GM or another character, use the spoiler tag, addressed to the party you want to read it. For example:

Try to keep in character comments and descriptions of actions in normal font, and use the [ ooc ] brackets for "game" actions.

Finally, if you don't already have one, you need to make up a separate message board alias with the name of your character, and fill out the profile with all of the information that you would normally have on a standard Pathfinder RPG character sheet.

Before you make up your character, however, post in this thread, and give me a character concept.

I don't need pages, but I would like to have a character and not just a build to work with. Once the character sounds good, I'll give you the OK, and once the character is made up and has its own profile, you're good to go.


30 year gamers lost two players recently and are looking to recruit.

We play mostly Pathfinder/D&D3.5 with some GURPS sprinkled in there.

Contact me at:
camris at frontier dot com


We just lost a couple of players (a Bard and an Inquisitor), so we need players to fill two slots.
The party currently consists of:
Eros, Half elf Ranger
Maelorn, Humban Cleric
Zane, Human Wizard
Bor, Dwarf Rogue
So the four basic food groups are already covered.

I need people that will check in probably at least once every two days so that we make sure to keep everything moving.

If you think the above is acceptable, phase two are the campaign standards
(click to view):

Character Creation:

All characters will be created with the “high fantasy” (20 point) purchase method (page 16 of the Core Rulebook).

All of the races and classes in the core rulebook and the advanced player's guide are allowed for play.

There can be no more than two characters of the same class in the party.

We will start at second level.

Max hp at first level. Roll for it at higher levels; but if you roll less than the average die you can take average +1 instead.

Characters will start with the average starting gold for their character class (according to the chart on page 140 of the Core Rulebook) plus 1000gp for being second level.

Players may purchase equipment from any Pathfinder source, with the approval of the GM (for example, some items may be rare in the Varisia region, and thus restricted initially).

No characters can start the campaign with an evil alignment.

Characters start at the maximum starting age for the class and race.

Characters can have up to 2 Traits.
Characters are encouraged to take a campaign trait; but since they were geared towards the very first level, it's not a requirement.

Third Party Sources
I have the Tome of Secrets as well, material from that will be considered on a case by case basis.

"Table" Rules

If a character has not taken an action in two day's time, and the character is in a situation where all characters need to take an action for the story to progress (for example, combat, though not limited to combat), that character reverts to the GM's control until the player's next post.

In combat a GM controlled PC is invulnerable to damage, though they die if the rest of the party dies. The only actions a GM controlled character will take will be to move and to provide an "aid another" check for other characters.

The GM rolls all initiative rolls.

If you need to "pass a note," either to the GM or another character, use the spoiler tag, addressed to the party you want to read it. For example:

Try to keep in character comments and descriptions of actions in normal font, and use the [ ooc ] brackets for "game" actions.

Finally, if you don't already have one, you need to make up a separate message board alias with the name of your character, and fill out the profile with all of the information that you would normally have on a standard Pathfinder RPG character sheet.

Before you make up your character, however, post in this thread, and give me a character concept.
I don't need pages, but I would like to have a character and not just a build to work with. Once the character sounds good, I'll give you the OK, and once the character is made up and has its own profile, you're good to go.


Wild Times at the Gold Goblin

The day is clear and bright, a warm but tolerable day in Arodus, with the only thing to mar the view of the sky is Riddleport's now ever-present Blot, the dark blemish that has made the infamous port even more well known.

You find yourselves in the run down section of town near the wharves that is also the home to the Golden Goblin Gambling Hall. As you approach the Gambling Hall, you see the following:

Exterior Description::

This grand establishment has seen better days. A wide veranda runs along the front between two short wings of the building. A massive, brass half-dome tops the building, but it is now tarnished and marred by the impact of years of weathering and bears a patina of greenish brown.

Standing before the main doors of the building is an 8-foot-tall statue cast in shining gold to resemble a larger-than-life goblin. It balances a golden dogslicer on a pile of gold as it smiles smugly down on all customers who pass beneath its gaze.

The doors themselves are of a strong dark wood imported from southern lands and are decorated with multiple panels depicting signs of luck and good fortune (four-leaf clovers, crossed fingers, and so on).
You can hear a great deal of activity within the structure, and for good or ill, what has brought you to the Goblin won't be found by standing outside of its doors.

For anyone that enters the Goblin::

Just inside the main doors, two sultry beauties scantily clad and wearing faux bat wings, devil horns, and tails play the part of
alluring succubi.

Both are employees of the Gold Goblin, and they cheerfully register contestants for the tournament and process entry fees. Armed guards stand nearby to either side of an immense treasure chest into which each patron’s entry fee is added. The guards are on hand to not only protect the money, but to prevent any overzealous admirers from trying to dare the infamous touch of a succubus.

Beyond the registration table is the hall’s game floor. Dozens of gamblers, waitresses dressed as succubi, and bouncers mill about the room, wandering amid tables offering various games while dealers shuffle cards, roll dice, and spin wheels. Moving through this throng are a dozen more of the barely clad, batwinged vixens serving drinks and batting coal-black eyelashes flirtatiously for tips. In the center of the chamber is a short podium atop which sits a massive gold chest affixed to the floor by similarly gaudy chains.

On either side of it stands a barechested bouncer in the exotic garb of some foreign sultan’s court. Each stands with muscled arms crossed over his chest and with a naked scimitar of prodigious size tucked through his waistband.

High above them, from the hall’s cloth-draped ceiling, hangs a brass birdcage within which crouches a small, bat-winged, pointy-tailed devilish creature that sulks as it gazes over the room and occasionally rattles the bars threateningly.

Nearby, you hear an attractive female greeter saying the following to another patron that has just entered the establishment:

"Welcome to the Gold Goblin, handsome, the hot spot for turning fortunes and winning wagers beneath the arch. Looking for the squarest games, most honest dealers, and prettiest blamed barmaids anywhere in the port? Well, you found ’em, sugar!
"Ready to be a rich man? Hope so, ’cause tonight’s your night.
"Belly up to a table and get to winnin’; we’ve got the gold to make your dreams glitter. Good drink, fine food, and warm company’s extra, but we’ve got all that too—at prices so cheap we might as well be giving it away.
"So find a spot, honey, order a pint, and leave it all to us, ’cause here, even a goblin could win his weight in gold!"

For Everyone::

Let me know what your characters are doing upon entering the Goblin, and once everyone has a chance to post their opening comments, we'll move on to what's going one next.


Post here for out of game discussion.


OK, one more time. My last two play-by-post
Second Darkness games started out very well, but either died out or imploded.
So since I can't seem to find a Second Darkness game to play in one,
I might as well run it.

1. I need six players.

2. I need people that will check in probably at least once every two days so that we make sure to keep everything moving.

If you think the above is acceptable, phase two are the campaign standards
(click to view):

Character Creation:

All characters will be created with the “high fantasy” (20 point) purchase method (page 16 of the Core Rulebook).

All of the races and classes in the core rulebook and the advanced player's guide are allowed for play.

There can be no more than two characters of the same class in the party.

We will start at second level.

Max hp at first level. Roll for it at higher levels; but if you roll less than the average die you can take average +1 instead.

Characters will start with the average starting gold for their character class (according to the chart on page 140 of the Core Rulebook) plus 1000gp for being second level.

Players may purchase equipment from any Pathfinder source, with the approval of the GM (for example, some items may be rare in the Varisia region, and thus restricted initially).

No characters can start the campaign with an evil alignment.

Characters start at the maximum starting age for the class and race.

Characters can have up to 2 Traits.
Characters are encouraged to take a campaign trait; but since they were geared towards the very first level, it's not an absolute requirement.

Third Party Sources
I have the Tome of Secrets as well, material from that will be considered on a case by case basis.

Table Rules:

If a character has not taken an action in two day's time, and the character is in a situation where all characters need to take an action for the story to progress (for example, combat, though not limited to combat), that character reverts to the GM's control until the player's next post.

In combat a GM controlled PC is invulnerable to damage, though they die if the rest of the party dies. The only actions a GM controlled character will take will be to move and to provide an "aid another" check for other characters.

The GM rolls all initiative rolls.

If you need to "pass a note," either to the GM or another character, use the spoiler tag, addressed to the party you want to read it. For example:

Try to keep in character comments and descriptions of actions in normal font, and use the [ ooc ] brackets for "game" actions.

Finally, if you don't already have one, you need to make up a separate message board alias with the name of your character, and fill out the profile with all of the information that you would normally have on a standard Pathfinder RPG character sheet.

Before you make up your character, however, post in this thread, and give me a character concept.
I don't need pages, but I would like to have a character and not just a build to work with. Once the character sounds good, I'll give you the OK, and once the character is made up and has its own profile, you're good to go.