Paizo Blog: The Future of Pathfinder Society Organized Play, Part VI: Establish Order, No Matter the Costs
But here it is anyway.
I've been wanting to play Hydra's Fang and I have played most mods up to Mod 21. Consequently I now have a level 7 wiz.
Our NY Pathfinder Society is offering the mod (probably for the last time) in two days and there are 4 other players (3 level 1 and one level 2) for a total of 12 character levels (just a LOT of those levels are me, and NO we normally don't tilt tables like that, just got quirky this one week).
The mods tiers are 1 - 2 and 4 - 5.
Am I even allowed to bring my level 7 wiz to the ball game ?
Or does my character invalidate that game. And yes I could bring a level 1 wiz to the game but I wanted to finish out season 0 with this character and properly 'retire' him after Gen Con.
Thanks for the help gang.
By the way, don’t let him fool you, Branding Opportunity is one twisted DM.
I kid, he is one good egg, and has a beautiful voice.
After some confusing rumors and retractions, it has been confirmed by multiple sources that Dave Arneson passed away late on Tuesday, April 7, 2009.
Many of our younger readers may not know who Mr. Arneson was, but he was a pivotal part of the birth of the hobby we all play. By most accounts, he literally invented the very concept of role-playing games. While he would share official credit for the original Dungeons & Dragons rules with the late Mr. Gygax, Mr. Arneson was the first to take the Chainmail wargaming rules and run a game where players controlled a single character, rather than an army, and described that character's actions to a judge who would determine how the environment reacted to them. Pretty much every roleplaying game (and many computer games) can trace their lineage to this single idea. He also invented the first campaign world, Blackmoor, which is hardly surprising considering he invented the concept of campaign worlds in the first place. It is impossible for me to overstate the impact his games had on what would become our mutual hobby.
Sadly, there won't be the outpouring of mainstream condolences for Mr. Arneson that we all saw for Mr. Gygax. There won't be an AP obituary or celebrity commentaries. For better or worse, Mr. Gygax was always identified as the creator of the game in the eyes of the media. But while I never met Mr. Arneson, I hope you will all join me in remembering a man from whose mind sprung the critical innovations that led to the birth of role-playing games. D&D may never have become popular without the work of Mr. Gygax, but it never would have existed at all without that of Mr. Arneson.
baron arem heshvaun wrote:
On a more serious note; some item or tome among her belongings may lead Golarion based players to the names "Iggwilv" and even "Greyhawk" - Epic level other world spanning adventure seed.
Hmm could we give her the ability or a device that lets her Gate in a Kelvezu? I think that would be in character with her theme. [checking kelvezu in the srd]
Wow, I fly from New York to LA then to San Diego, spend Christmas, fly to New York, fly to South Beach to work New Years and fly back to New York and my little cute thread becomes this ??
You guys are soo adorable. Really. HUGS
Todd Stewart wrote:
[Has nothing on the Lamashtu worshipping gnoll, human, and werehyena sacrificial orgy in the Osirion book. Still surprised that section survived edits, and amazed it got an illustration. I approve. ;)
And how did you let this little morsel go through without comment ?
TODD YOU ARE A GENOME ROCKSTAR !!
And Mr. Reynolds, as Stephen Corbert would say, "trully you speak words of truthiness".
I for one applaud your point of view and would like to subscribe to your newsletter [as long as there are naughty pics of you on page 6].