Forgive me if this question has been asked elsewhere. I searched, but could not find an answer.
I'm going to Gen Con in August and have signed up to play Siege of the Diamond City there. Am I wrong in assuming that you can't play this twice? That is, those people who play the test run at PaizoCon will receive a Chronicle sheet and will not be able to play it again at Gen Con, right?
Thanks in advance to anyone who can confirm this!
Greetings! Can anyone confirm whether we should expect to receive an experience point for surviving and successfully completing this event at Gen Con? If memory serves, we didn't get an XP for last year's interactive.
Thanks in advance! REALLY looking forward to Pathfinder again at Gen Con this year. :)
So, I find myself a little confused about the rules for Grab and Constrict. If a creature with both abilities successfully hits an opponent and successfully starts the grapple, does the constrict ability kick in that first round (the round of the initial attack and grab attempt)? Or does the constrict ability start the following round, and if so, does it require another successful grapple check to deal the constrict damage?
Thanks in advance for any wisdom you folks can provide.
Greetings! Since Gen Con 2010 event tickets go on sale in a few weeks, I thought I would ask if there are any special events planned that we should block out slots for. Last year, for example, there was the interactive which ran in two of the evening slots (Was it Friday night and Saturday night? I forget.) Anything similar planned for this year?
Thanks in advance for any information you can provide. Looking forward to another great Gen Con playing Pathfinder! :)
Joshua J. Frost wrote:
I'll see if I can't get the next few months worth up as teasers soon.
Josh, I know you guys are busy as always, but if you can indeed get some teasers posted, that would be great. I'm looking to run some PFS games at a local Con the third weekend in October and it would be cool to have an idea about what might be in store.
Keep up the great work! PFS is hot in my area and getting hotter!
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Greetings! I have a question about this item for those who have used it already. Is the green side light enough in color so that dry-erase markings on it can be easily seen from across a gaming table? I ask because I purchased the flip-map with the ship on one side, but found that the color of the reverse side was too dark blue for markings to be discerned.
Thanks for any advice you can give.