Barred tables for support: 5,22
Received from: 15,19
Given to: 5(bad me),4, 24
During the event, it is possible for characters at one table to assist those at another through the use of Aid Tokens. Each Aid Token represents the assistance of one or more allied Pathfinder agents who assist the PCs.
Once per encounter, any character at a table can use an Aid Token to assist the group in one of five ways described below. Once a table uses an Aid Token, the token grants no further benefit until the end of the encounter, at which point one of the players can pass the Aid Token to a neighboring table for them to use. It is very important that the players remember that there are a limited number of Aid Tokens, and hoarding one means that somebody else doesn’t get to use it.
An Aid Token’s benefits vary based on the table’s subtier, and these benefits can take one of the following five forms.
Aid Another: A Pathfinder agent helps the PCs solve a puzzle, disable a trap, or accomplish some other task as if performing the aid another action for a PC.
Allied Offensive: A Pathfinder agent strikes a creature at the same time as the PC, increasing the damage dealt by one attack by 1d8 points. In addition, after the attack, anyone attacking the target is considered to be flanking it until the beginning of the attacker’s next turn.
Burst of Healing: A Pathfinder agent heals all of the PCs of 1d6 points of damage.
Alternatively, the agent can instead cast neutralize poison, remove curse, or remove disease with a caster level of 5.
Spellcasting Synergy: A Pathfinder agent casts a spell at the same time as the PC, increasing the save DC and caster level of the PC’s spell by 1.
Timely Inspiration: A Pathfinder agent provides the effects of a bard’s inspire courage bardic performance for 3 rounds.
Sharing the love
I don't know whether we will start with an aid token, but if/when we get one, we will be told which table gives it to us. When we in turn pass it on, we cannot return it to the table that gave it to us. We cannot give a token to a table that one of us is GMing or playing at, nor can we give a token to a table that we have already given one to.
Aside from that, you are free to pass the token on as you see fit.