Neal B wrote:
Well, depending on what we're looking at for Tier, I have the following options available (listed in order of preference):
Out of Sub-Tier
Volume would be each book of an AP, not the entire AP. I believe it would need to be something "played for credit." So the person checking off the box on the chronicle here, would be the same one signing your chronicle for the AP. (Shouldn't matter if it is "campaign mode" as long as it is played "for credit" with the applicable rules for campaign mode)
I can understand an unlikely, or even unwilling, hero. Ghost Rider, Deadpool, etc. You don't always have to be nice to do good things.
However, Arxus may be able to appreciate good deeds done, while still making judgement based on temperament and discipline. He may not appreciate what he views as unnecessary confrontation between allies, but note that he still said nothing about it.
If you're talking about the discussion thread laughter. It was a joke with no intention of malice.
Dierdre "Smiles" Findic wrote:
Perhaps you're thinking of Venture Captain Shevar Besnik?
Eliandra Giltessan wrote:
Will we GMs who just got SFS added to our schedules today get access to the rules? I'm a subscriber, so hopefully my copy will ship soon and I'll get a pdf, but there's no guarantee of that.
Same boat here.
I am sure it has to do with getting us NDAs for the preview versions of the rules.
But it's already a week and a half out for prepping all the scenarios, it'd be nice to have as much of that time to learn the new rules-system too.
Pretty sure that the "uncompleted reporting" is for sessions at a location that has not "completed reporting" yet.
So if you ran at a venue that uses the same code each week, that venue has not completed reporting. Once that venue marks complete and gets a new code, those shod move to your "completed reporting."
But that's just my understanding of it.
As a player I've enjoyed countless puns and bad jokes of my own.
Or the time Keith was GMing an interesting scenario. Final battle we are getting stomped. Cleric of Nethys Planeshifts the Big Bad to the Maelstrom.
On the GM side of things: I always enjoy prepping a scenario that brings entertainment to others, and being dumbfounded at a group's solution to a problem that I was never expecting. (The chronicles are nice too, sometimes)
The most recent being running a group of 'misfits' through the Destiny of the Sands trilogy. Now, I say misfits because they insisted on playing up in each of the three parts, but their strongest martial characters were a level 3 cleric with 8 strength, and a level 1 druid's animal companion (part 3 the druid was a bloodrager pregen, so that worked out).
(Geez! Why do I write so much?!)
And my trap-master kobold making use of 'reptile' synonyms/puns. And reminding everyone that those wonderful traps we kept falling into were his own doing.We really broke that timeline.
Best use I've ever made of a boon!
Gah, where to start! YMB is where I played my first PFS game (run by ^^^Ryan, no less). I was on the waitlist until maybe two hours before the game, and that's when I realized how far YMB was from me. It may have been one of the the furthest stores from me, but it was the best, and the one I would always prioritize.
Early on I learned how much the YMB staff and owners really cared about the gamers and the games. I remember asking one of them after a particularly long running scenario, what time they closed. The answer was, "meh, when everyone's done playing I'll close things up."
And getting to run a table at a multi-table special NOT at a convention?! They gave us the whole store! It wasn't some ballroom or banquet hall, it was Your Mom's Basement! (And I always loved catching people by surprise with the name, even if I was just thinking of it like the proper noun)
And who can forget derailing games (all in good fun) with the wonderful PFS community we have there! Particularly a table of Kobolds on a mission to negotiate with a tribe of Kobolds... that they all happen to be a part of.
I loved talking to Derek, Corey, Dan, Rachel and all the others that worked there. And the times they would check in about things I didn't even remember telling them about, it really added to the welcoming vibe of the store.
Hell, it was more than a store, it was a home. And it was always filled with family and friends, and good food!