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The example that Jason called out in the GCP stream isn't that great of a fail forward mechanic -- yes the failure meant they still succeeded, but it cost them some extra time. Yes they knew they were on a time schedule, but the time schedule was kept too abstract. The loss of N hours didn't cause them to have to make different decisions that they would have, had the succeeded. They didn't need to try a riskier ploy/spend more resources to catch up/etc.

I'm a fan of fail forward when its used sparingly and intelligently, but the example being brought up isn't one of them....

I felt in this case, the roll didn't matter and shouldn't have been needed. However we don't know the success matrix that was being used, so perhaps there was a point we just couldn't see it. However that's when Fail Forward feels railroady. (If a crit success meant the party got an ambush on the monster, or a free result of a recall knowledge, or some bonus, than the upside of the roll had promise. If the crit-fail result had been the hydra ambushes you, again possibly useful.) The time penalty on the fail w/ time being stressed but still unimportant is what I object to.


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Typically the APs are willing to pull form all hardcovers that have been published when they are launched. So you definitely do see new classes/races used as NPCs and you see new monsters from later Bestiaries. It felt like they historically uses less of the softcover player companion or campaign settings books. Of course those softcover books are going away for 2e and being folded into the hardcover product lines.

I would expect the baseline content expectation to expand as time goes on, but as DMW says, you can get all the rules content from Archive of Nethys.


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Thanks for the update, guess I can stop reloading the page compulsively....


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The second video was showing up in the playlist this morning, but then becoming a private video/unwatchable if you clicked on it. Its since disappeared completely.... Hoping its posted for real soon.....

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Expect to use a pre-gen if you're playing in Thursday morning ( or really anytime thursday, unless you're budgeting time to wait in the Paizo booth line and make a character). Archives of Nethys should have the content Thursday morning as well. (Likewise if you're signed up for the PFS2 special (Origins of the Open Road) that's always pre-gen only.)

For comparison to the playtest last year, I was GMing two blocks of PFS1 on Thursday. Grabbed my copy of the playtest book between sessions, and made a character that evening or a PFS Playtest scenario slot on Friday morning. At the table we had 3 people who had made characters and 2 using pre-gens, so by Friday at least it seemed like people had had enough time.

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I'd say the further removed(along real world axes) from your own personal experiences your character is, the more thought, care, and research you should be willing to put into the character. You should at least know what tropes are offensive.


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I just want to know if we are getting new dragons in this AP, or at least if there are going to be dragons other than the Chromatic and the Metallic. I would love to see powerful yet smaller dragons! *-*
No new true dragons in this Adventure Path.

Making me think we might see a return visit of particular members of the True Dragons of Absolom kobold tribe :P and maybe their smelly, loveable protector.


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The other bit to consider, is that if there were a 'Dodge' action it would need to be weak enough that it wasn't 'always take as your third action' ability, but still useful enough to want sometimes. The tighter math of PF2 makes that a harder design space to fill.


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There were two general purpose actions in the playtest that somewhat fill that space.

There's the 'Drop Prone' action to get a small bonus against ranged attacks (and some negatives).

There's 'Take Cover', which doubles the cover bonus to AC/reflex, assuming you have a source of cover. Lasts until you move or take an attack action.

The 'Raise Shield' action limits the possibility for a general purpose action that increases defense. The requirement to be wielding a shield, and have the action from a feat, means that a general purpose dodge action would need to be weaker. Likewise with the Rogue's 'Nimble Dodge' Reaction

There might be space for an action that gives a +1 bonus to ac/reflex, until you move or attack at the cost of one action. That's weaker than the Raise Shield increase, w/o any extra training/hand requirements. Its also weaker than Nimble Dodge (but doesn't consume a reaction). Raise Shield has the additional advantage that you can enter your defensive posture, and then move (if you're worried about triggering a reaction, for example).


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I did just find a card in one of my scenario maps as I was unpacking some PaizoCon stuff I hadn't gotten to....

I was set up to run a Monday morning event, but my table didn't fire, so I was helping HQ pack up and left my maps out. Someone slipped a card into them. Sadly it was #46, so not helpful to the cause.


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I totally expect the module and flip nap to be available at launch. I was hoping the teased terrain would be too. But the tidbits I'm getting at the DF site suggests it's not slated for simultaneous release, which makes me sad.


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Is there any information about the relative release timing of the module and the DF terrain? Since its sounding like the DF terrain will be Pre-Order (not pre-sale) at GenCon, so the terrain will be lagging the module?


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I made a trial version of the reference cards I'd want for a module I ran this weekend. Took an image, rotated 180 degrees, on the top half of a piece of paper, and slightly condensed stat block on the bottom half. So tent folded, image is right side up facing the table, stat right side up facing me.

Didn't break out any 'real' page layout software, just Google Docs and didn't fight with it too much, so there's a lot of wasted space on the stats side. Found them semi-useful. I'll have to think a bit more about why it was less useful than anticipated. Players seemed to enjoy the artwork, but didn't feel as impactful as other time/prep investments.

The biggest help was simply having a print out of the stats at all (one of those modules where all the stat blocks just reference a bestiary, so no stats inline), and therefore not juggling two books at the table.

Still planning to make similar cards for my Tyrant's Grasps session next weekend, along with a PFS scenario.

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As one data point, I was able the use the vouchers handed out at PaizoCon at the Paizo Store onsite. (Though I suspect GenCon and PaizoCon are the only two cons with onsite stores?)


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I've been mainly focused on martial/caster combos (rather than martial/martial or caster/caster). And I'm seeing a few things that feel a little concerning.

Martial w/ a caster dedication feels like they're almost locked in to spending all their feats in the caster dedication -- you don't get enough from the dedication. You're going to want the basic spell caster at least. You'll probably want Breadth as soon as you can, and expert/master if your campaign is going long enough.

Caster w/ a martial dedication feels like they can like skip most of the rest of the dedication and still get most of what they want, or pick _interesting_ MC feats, rather than playing keep up.

And while caster MCs eventually over Master in their spellcaster, the martial ones typically appear to cap out at Expert. Unless the unlisted normal non-MC feats grant it and you grab it via the 'Choose a feat' feat.


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Aside from more damage then usual (warbringer devils, scorpionfolk, and at least one other all with snapped supports) got a pretty good distribution in my case. Would have liked to have seen a few more psychopomps represented, but already knew that wasn't in the load out from the reveals.


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Ooh, hadn't noticed they had started up a platinum edition for Descent into Avernus, pre-ordered -- in spite of saying I wouldn't buy another B&G platinum after seeing the first one...

Yes, value wise I liked the collectors Rise of the Runelords edition more than the Dragon Heist one. The dargon heist one was more than double the cost and no individual component wow'd me as much as the nice hardbound book with the 'secret' pull-outs for the handouts that the runelord book had. The runelords book case was significantly better than the DragonHeist 'book' case -- both still felt a bit gimmicky/poorer materials/production value than I would have liked for the cost.

But those cards, really got me thinking and I'm going to need to find a way to make some of my own I think -- at least for AoA.

My 'dream' version of the card is probably a tent-folded card stock, each face 8"x6". Front side is art, back side is stats and lore. Designed to free stand (with the tent-fold), or maybe rest on a pole stand of some kind. While I'd love the DC & recall knowledge info that you suggest, that's likely requiring addition writing on the part of whomever makes them, rather than just cut & pasting existing content. Thus upping the production cost (and retail cost) if Paizo were to make them.

Maybe I should try making a few prototypes of what I'd like ... got a week until my next Tyrant's Grasp game and I think I'll have a couple of 'new' (to the players) monsters to use....


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I would love these. I bought the crazy Beadle & Grimms Platinum edition for one of the 5e adventures and the only bonus thing/prop/ etc that I thought was amazing was the complete set of monster & npc reference cards. Each was about a 6" by 8" card, nice artwork on one side, and full stats on the back.

The fact that 2e monsters are simpler, makes this even more viable/possible IMO. There would be enough space, generally, to print the full monster stats and abilities, compared to full feats.


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It certainly isn't a very encouraging platform, compared to Kickstarter, of all the notifications, I received maybe one in five by email, seemingly random ones. So it didn't encourage participation, also no notify me near the end option is poor. Pre paying also sucks, for those of us not using USD, no way I was going to add on with extra bank charges.

But I'm certainly looking forward to my copies arriving, esp in a lovely slipcase! I'll look to give my PDF codes for the 1e AP in return for a charity donation, I reckon

The notification wasn't a Game On Tabletop issue, but a choice by Paizo, from what their staff said earlier. There was an explicit decision to not send every project update as an email, most were just posted to the Game On Tabletop site. They were worried about the impression of spamming people too often. But I think that just indicates they don't have a lot of experience with crowd funding campaigns where frequent updates are par for the course and usually seen as a positive.

I also would have appreciated the updates being less product/marketing copy and more "personal" -- hearing the creator's 'voice' rather than ad-copy feels a lot nicer.

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Still wish there was a reporting condition to capture all of my tables' desire to _ally_ with the onyx alliance against the Blackros's. That still gets reported as "stay involved in the feud" but I fear as written that assumes the PCs want to help the Blackros's instead.


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Just invoke 'Because the Gap' even if it doesn't make sense in this case :)


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Their claim is that the fixed it for everyone in Spymaster/Ruler tiers, so it shouldn't require action on your end.


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And I pledged on day one as a Spymaster (Ruler equivalent).

Since this campaign has just over a day left to go, I want to be sure that nobody is missing out on anything before the whole thing shuts down.

I'm noticing the same thing. I pledged at the Spymaster level and the Kingdom Tracker has not been added to my pledge.

I asked about this in the GameOn forum, and Paizo came in and fixed it. I confirmed by looking in my pledge details that its showing up now.


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Feels like a pretty stupid move on Razmir's part. As much as I dislike him, he's been reasonably intelligent in everything we've seen, except for this.


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So no comment on using the bloodstone or periapt to track/spy/divination post book 4?


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Can it be August/GenCon/2e already? I'm so ready to get these books in my hands and start reading.

And loving the hints at new storylines for these regions, whether they'll be new APs, modules, PFS2 scenarios or just hooks for inventive GMs, so much awesomeness.


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Well, maybe there just aren't enough super rich backers...

AFAIK Jason mentioned somewhere (twitter?) that those higher tiers would get early access to PF2 books and then he got corrected that that reward is not planned.

I can imagine that some goodies like that instead of (or added to) the Star Wars collection tours would make some impatient rich backers go wild(er).

But yeah, I wouldn't be able to defend spending 2500 even if I was promised lifetime free supply of Paizo books together with existing rewards.

Hopefully Paizo will figure out how to make this campaigns even more successful than this in the future if they decide to use this approach again. Cannot wait to get that casual PF2 Special Edition AP with 1000 pages :P .

The Magister tier was the only one that got an early look at 2e (as in the game had to be redeemed between mid june and Gen Con).

I was looking for a higher than Spymaster/Ruler tier that would make sense but there wasn't one.

Autographed books is one common thing offered at a above all-in level. Not a major draw for me. Some additional high-quality props would have been an instant pledge to a higher tier for me. Some form of a 15-30 minute video chat with developers would have been something I would have strongly considered. Often these types of campaigns have a 'name an npc/item/village' style thing, personally not a huge fan and I understand why Paizo's creative control over their world might shy away from that style. But there's a variety of ways to tap into enthusiastic backers that might have more disposable income that weren't explored.


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There was a teaser image in one of DF's newsletter showing a circular cage (similar to the menegerie's square cages). That's all that's been hinted so far.

I'm assuming it will be (a?) pre-packaged bundles, possible broken out into a few smaller sets. We're getting close enough that I really think we should have some information -- size, cost, etc. Even if they don't want to reveal everything yet. I had hoped for more information at the PaizoCon Preview Banquet, but sadly nothing new was revealed on this product.

DF has added a Pathfinder section to their forums: https://www.dwarvenforge.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=69

but no real content yet. I'd expect more threads from fans to show up as information is released, before we see sets actually hit the store.


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Yeah, there's no 'remind me' feature on the site so less reason to expect the explosive finish we see on KS. (Might be slightly offset by the 'capture funds up front model' that might cause people to wait til the end to pledge, but relies on them remembering to check back).


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Sure page 305 of the playtest rulebook states as part of your start of turn "regain your 3 actions and your reaction. ... some conditions (such as quick or slowed conditions) can change how many actions your regain"

In Step 2: Act:
"You can spend actions in any order ... "

So the extra action granted by quick is added to a pool of actions you have at that point, with limitations on what you can spend it on. But otherwise its use part of your pool with no limitation on ordering.


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In the playtest, you could take the extra action granted by haste at any point during your turn. However it had to be one of the basic action listed and you couldn't combine it for an activity (multi-action). I haven't seen anything to confirm/deny that its changed from the playtest.

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I had one group fly in and enter through the what looks like a balcony on the map outside the bedroom, pick the lock and run the whole thing backwards. Dogs howling & scrabbling at the locked doors, alerting the rest of the manor. Perhaps that wasn't a balcony, but the group had fun, got to see the pedicure giving Phelgos. A monk stunned Jirandiel on the round one and boss fight was basically over. Rest of the house gave them more of a challenge, but they almost forgot about the captured pathfinders when they set the house on fire to cover their escape. They had to race back to free them....


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This looks great, the only thing I would like to see on top of it, is some way for a similarly skilled (or higher skill) person in the same skill to use the leader's lead to allow them to do another exploration action while following. Ie, with the stealth leader's assistance another stealthy type can follow along while also covering the trail, or detecting magic or scouting.

Something like if you're higher proficiency than the leader, drop your proficiency to match the leaders for the sake of this check, but conduct a second (non-fatiguing, if that;s still a thing) activity at the same time.


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Thank you! I had a lot of fun at both session and so very different from each other. Sunday was a more RP focused and less 'safe' than Saturdays group, so more traps/features were sprung, but both groups were successful in the end!


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My biggest complaint on game on versus KS, Paizo said they wanted to support a new/growing community of backers focused on games. But we saw no real engagement with the community.

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I'll also be seeking out Wyrmwood booth. I've been desperately wanting one of their GM screens aftering missing their KS a few years back. Supposedly they're planning to run one this late this year again. Want to just let them know there's demand :)

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Dwarven Forge...
Its exciting that they have a new deluxe set that will simulate a map from the new Pathfinder 2E module The Fall of Plaguestone. Really gotta see that and what the price is.

Yup! Very excited for that. Brought ~60 lbs of DF stuff to PaizoCon for a fan-event I ran, none of my PFS scenarios would have worked well with it though. Looking forward to get the PFS2 scenarios whenever they drop and seeing if its worth bringing terrain for them to GenCon.

I'll definitely be picking up the stuff they do for Fall of Plaguestone, but will need to see if they have small breakout sets of new pieces, since I likely have any standard pieces already.

They're also still posting their short ~90 minute booth games, that I'm looking to see if I can grab one. (If not I'll be emailing you/GenCon organizers to add another block or two).

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Dwarven Forge is my only must visit booth. But I enjoy just browsing the area.


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I'm a little sad at the intentionally ambiguous resolution of Arazni's story ark. I can understand the 'not giving a solid answer to avoid messing with continuity when playing other 1e APs', but I expect there will be a canonical outcome encoded in the 2e campaign setting update.

I guess its too much to ask what that might be (as its a spoiler for 2e content).

Any thoughts on how the bloodstone or periapt's scrying divination/messaging link should work in the various ambiguous resolutions? (It sounds like the blood in the periapt is not the reason for its normal magical effects, so none of the panoply's standard/bonus effects would change based on the GM's preferred resolution). The bloodstones destruction requirements would not be met either, so I assume it still works/is magical regardless of the resolution. However if the PCs choose to try to scry/communicate through both/either of them, it would seem to break the ambiguousness.

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It might not be as bad at GenCon, as there should be PFS2 boons. That should pull some of the 'PFS1 is ending I don't want a new PFS1 boon' market rather than having all of that population roll for SFS. But yes Origin would likely show the same system-based boon demand that we saw at PaizoCon.

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Steven Schopmeyer wrote:

Greatly enjoyed this one, even if the low tier opposition was way too tough. We somehow pulled it off, but my slayer using Blood Reading to realize the octopus had 90 hit points was a wakeup call.

The Private Sommelier boon can save a party from having to agree to future service or favors.

Where does the scenario say that? It implies its polite/etiquette to bring a gift when visiting. Its said that he likes unique things. It says that that boon is an appropriate unique thing. I couldn't find anywhere where it says it replaces the the agreement with him. I was expecting it to add a large bonus on a skill check, but there's none in this section.

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A question I had on the scenario -- what benefit, if any, does the party get for using the Private Sommelier boon?


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Now Viva Kadrical needs to predict the answer to a question next year for our new team name :)


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Just found #46 abandoned in the hotel:

Resolve Cleric Class Feature 9th
You've steeled your mind with resolve. Your proficiency rank for Will saves increases to master. When you roll a success at a Will save, you get a critical success instead.

Spoiler #46 #MyPathfinder Spoiler


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@Brattany -- What are you considering the second part? Maybe I can help? I'm pretty confident I've got all the components from the story, but can't make sense of them yet.

@Grim, I talked to Jason (I think) about that and he said there's at least one word missing, by accident. But it sounded like it was meant to mean the bridges run horizontally and vertically. Specifically it did not mean that bridges only meet at right angles.

I'm still trying to solve the word search -- I'm assuming I found an unintended word, but even with the ones I feel confident of, I've ruled out all possible words that can fit in the meta puzzle....

Definitely hoping I can catch Joe or Jason, on Sunday since I would love to finish this and I'm close. But still have to resolve final bits of two puzzles, so....

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I'm planning to contact the GenCon Leads in a couple of days to add 1-2 more slots to my schedule. There was one non-organized play event that I was hoping to get, but they still haven't submitted their events.... Before I give up my free time, I'm hoping to see if that other group can get organized....


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I agree with Steve. Especially in the first couple of years of PF2, getting a robust offering of new rules & adventures is going to be critical.


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Interesting, I was expecting the Hardcover transition to be around the 150 page mark so still ~4 companions away after Vaerie. Makes the General a great deal compared to the Marshall, once that's hit.


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Its been updated and the mystery 280k goal that GameOn was listing has vanished.


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Campsite map pack is unlocked. Game On Tabletop is showing an unlisted stretch goal at 280k rather than 300k. Wonder if Paizo added something in the backend that's not showing up, or if they removed something that still left a residual...

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