The event date editing page is strangely off-set to the right, and when I try to edit the date and the calendar is off the page to the right with no option to scroll right and see more of the calendar.
Here is a link to a screen capture showing what is going on.
When I go to My Organized Play and click on GM Sessions, the page loads for a while (several minutes) and then eventually comes up with with this page.
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I can go to other places on the website (including other areas of My Organized Play) but I consistently experience this problem.
Event #91811 on 2/9/18 and 2/16/18 whenever I go to add/remove under Starfinder Adventure Path and uncheck Starfinder Adventure Path #2: Temple of the Twelve then select save changes, Starfinder Adventure Path #2: Temple of the Twelve isn't removed and when I select add/remove again it is still checked.
This seems to happen a lot.
An example is event 91810 Atomic Empire PFS 2017.
When I edit the event, I can see that on March 1st, 2017 that scenario #7–14—Faithless and Forgotten, Part 1: Let Bygones Be (PFC) was scheduled.
However when I go to the reported session the scenario selection dropdown box is set to Select a Scenario, and when I select the dropdown box I don't see the scheduled event listed.
When I hit the Show More Scenarios button, the correct scenario autofills. I select Save and Exit, but when I return to the event report the dropdown box is once again set to Select a Scenario and I am in an endless loop.
The chronicle sheet gives access to an elixir of monstrous form that:
Call of the Copper Gate wrote:
gives the benefits of monstrous form to its drinker but expires 1 minute after opening; Ultimate Magic 229
Monstrous form isn't a spell (and it isn't italicized on the chronicle sheet), is this supposed to be monstrous physique?
CRB p. 407 wrote:
Experience Points: To gain a level beyond 20th, a character must double the experience points needed to achieve the previous level. Thus, assuming the medium XP progression, a 20th-level character needs 2,100,000 XP to become 21st level, since he needed 1,050,000 XP to reach 20th level from 19th. He’d then need 4,200,000 XP to reach 22nd level, 8,400,000 XP to reach 23rd, and so on.
Does this allow the purchase of spellcasting services beyond CL 20 in PFS?
In addition to the latest scenarios (including several tracks for the Tyranny of Winds series) we're running the multi-table special 8–00 The Cosmic Captive (we have enough players and GMs for six tables, but would appreciate more).
We should also have boon support.
Level 6 scenario-specific pregenerated characters will be provided. Credit must be applied to a CORE character (the chronicle is for levels 5-7).
Please post with your name, PFS number, and CORE character number to which you would like to apply credit. Spaces will be given on a first come, first served basis.
Level 6 scenario-specific pregenerated characters will be provided (the chronicle is for levels 5-7).
Please post with your name, PFS number, and character number to which you would like to apply credit. Spaces will be given on a first come, first served basis.
Legacy of the Stonelords Maps & Handouts
Hundreds of years ago, the daemonic harbinger Anogetz attempted to conquer the Southern Fangwood with hordes of crazed animals and cruel fiends. The faithful of Erastil, god of hunting and patron of frontier settlements, fought back, and legend says that when they cornered the cult of Anogetz in its temple, Erastil himself fired a great arrow that split the daemon’s unholy altar in two. This arrow has been a key part of a ritual that has kept the daemons from returning. Until two months ago, Erastilian priests have performed this ceremony in the reconsecrated temple on the night of the new moon, but the relic recently went missing. The church of Old Deadeye asked that you track down who stole the relic and return it before the daemons broke free once more. You found the arrow only a week ago and have hurried back to the temple to meet the priests Enogas and Larya, who will take custody of the relic and enact the ritual. The new moon rises tonight, and even now dusk is falling.
DC 25 Knowledge (religion) check:
Anogetz (also known as The Fated Fangs) is a little known daemonic harbinger from Abaddon whose portfolio includes animal attacks, coups, and revolution. His unholy symbol is animal fangs on a crown.
You have possession of the arrow (which functions as a spear of the huntmaster).
spear of the huntmaster:
A +1 spear that allows the wielder to cast know direction at will.
Please decide which of you is carrying the arrow.
Since this is my first foray into PbP GMing I decided to test the waters with a short Pathfinder Society Quest.
In Fane of Fangs you'll get to play one of four pregenerated characters (listed below) and receive a Pafthfinder Society chronicle sheet for a 4-6th level character with boons but no XP, GP, or PP. As such there is no need to create an alias for the pregen (though when you make gameplay posts, please include the name of your pregen).
Please make a post with which pregenerated character you would like to play. Once all four are taken I'll PM the players and get the game under way.
To make my life easier when I complete your chronicles, please include the following information in your initial recruitment thread post (though if you are currently in a game or expect to apply a GM chronicle before play, hold off putting in the information):
Try to hold off actual discussion here until we have one post per character with those details (makes life easy for me when I make the chronicles for you all at the end).
The spirit whisperer archetype says:
Spirit Link wrote:
At 1st level, a spirit whisperer forms a mystical bond with a spirit. The spirit whisperer picks a spirit from the shaman's list of spirits. At 1st level, he gains the spirit ability granted by that spirit. At 8th level, he gains the greater spirit ability granted by that spirit. At 20th level, the spirit whisperer gains the manifestation ability granted by that spirit. He uses his wizard level as his shaman level for determining the effects and the DCs of abilities granted by the spirit. In addition, he uses his Intelligence modifier in place of his Wisdom modifier for these abilities.
None of the spirit abilities use Wisdom. They all use Charisma.
This seems like an oversight. Thoughts?
Warhorn signups are here.
Featuring the multi-table special Legacy of the Stonelords for both normal and core campaigns.
If you would like to see a particular scenario added to the schedule, would like to GM, or have any other questions then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.