A big thank you in advance for the help. I was just seeking some clarification on how to report some SFS games I plan to play online using Roll20 with some friends.
Should I create an event for each game we play or just one event and report each scenario under this single event as we progress through SFS season?
When reporting a scenario, once I fill all the information in, do I need to do anything other than just save and exit?
Is there somewhere that I need to close the event so that it is complete and my players can see their information and scenarios they played?
Last but not least, these games will most likely only be played with RL friends and all the same people throughout the SFS season. Is there any reasoning behind reporting the scenarios/games played other than my players being able to see what games they played?
Thanks again in advanced!
First off, I would like to say that I am so excited for this game and am loving everything I have read thus far. The only major issue I am having is the glue in the spine coming undone from the liner.
I ordered my book through Amazon and just thought it may have been an issue with shipping, so I had replacement sent.
Same thing instantly happened when I cracked the new book open. The spine came apart from the liner.
Called customer service and they were kind enough to send another copy.
Again the same thing happened!
Three times now this has happened to three brand new CRBs. This is a big issue and a potential for the pages to start to coming out of the book which worries me.
I plan to just keep one of them but am asking the community if there is a way I can fix this with some glue or something before anything major happens as I tend to open this book to read pretty regularly.
I appreciate the help!
Thanks guys for all your answers. After reading the discussion I may just go with the weapon finesse/piranha strike. It seems to make a little more sense for my character and the gnomes -2 to strength will not affect me as much. Natural weapons such as bite and claws are considered light weapons, correct?
I am building a 3rd level Gnome Beastmorph Vivisectionist Alchemist and after rolling my ability scores I ended up with a strength score of 11. I was wanting to take Power Attack as a feat but do not necessarily qualify for it as is, but would actual qualify for the feat when using my mutagen. Would it be possible to take this feat, stating that I qualify for the feat as another form and it only be active when the mutagen is in affect or am out of luck?
Thanks in advance.
Is there a reason pages 41 - 44 are missing from the Sandpoint guide? Thanks
How hard would it be for me to sneak into a game or two when I have no previous experience with an D&D type game. I have been playing the Adventure Card game (Rise of the Runelords), which has been fantastic and the story and all has really sparked my interest in playing the actually RPG. I have done some research into the rules and class creation system and have even played the little solo adventure in the beginners box, which I understand is a very small fraction of the actual game, but would love to try out the game with experienced players that can help me along. What would I need to research or bring along in order to make my transition into a group as easy on everyone as possible. The last thing I want to do is to slow down or strain the game on any of the players. I really appreciate your time and looked forward to learning this incredible game with you.
Vic Wertz wrote:
.... but I can tell you that the complete set of RotR cards, including the 8 promos, is 1163 cards, of which 130 are double-sided and 1163 are single-sided.
Your math confuses me good sir lol. Is it suppose to be 130 double-sided and 1033 single-sided, in which case only 21 packs PACG art packs would be needed? Thanks.
Yes I understand that the printings were in different areas, however, that should not be the deciding factor in the quality and consistency of the print job.
I just bought a copy of this Adventure deck from Amazon along with Adventure Decks 3 and 4. According to the packaging on Adventure deck 2, it was the second printing. I was really disappointed to find that the cards were noticeably different. The packaging was hardly the same and the worst part was the back of the cards. The second printing's card backs seemed very faded and dull compared to the first printing cards, which were bright and vibrant. These cards could easily be distinguished within a deck if mixed with the other original cards. It is really disappointing that Paizo is not able to keep the different printings consistent.