We had a PC that was an assassin. The assassin was always scouting ahead of the party and was usually invisible. If he came across a lone creature, then 3 rounds later the creature had a fairly good chance of being dead.
I'm not sure I would want to use this against the PCs. But it sure worked well for the party.
If/when Paizo switches to 4E, I'm sure we'll see some "epic" play since it's part of core and nothing special anymore. :P
Doesn't the standard 4e rules go to level 30? So the new epic levels will be level 31 and above. I always viewed epic level play as the levels beyond what is covered in the core rules.
1) Do you plan to convert to the new edition of D&D?
I guess the short answer is "I go where Paizo goes."
2) If Paizo converts its RPG products to 4.0, how will that affect your purchasing patterns for our products?
3) If Paizo does not convert its RPG products to 4.0, how will that affect your purchasing patterns for our products?
Scribbling Rambler wrote:
NPC Cards: Make them similar to the Item Cards for each AP, with artwork, a description, player knowledge details and space for notes.
This is an awesome idea! My players always seem to have a hard time keeping track of NPCs. I like this idea even better than item cards. I'd pay for a deck of NPC cards for every adventure path.
James Jacobs wrote:
Did you ever build a play list? I sure would be interested in this. I plan on running Burnt Offerings in a couple of weeks.