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Horizon Hunters

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Male NG Human (half-elf) Rgr1 | HP: 13/21 AC: 18 | F: +7, R: +8, W: +4 | Perc: +6 [E] (low-light vision) | Default exploration: Scout | Hero Points: 1

Edifis the architect, I think (it's been many years since I read it). But still. These Egyptians are crazy! :-)

5/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Illinois—Chicago aka thunderspirit

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Ferious Thune wrote:

If modules and APs can’t be played in PFS mode, then they aren’t additional content for PFS. The biggest benefit of sanctioned content was that it made more things available to play with your PFS characters. The chronicle is now just a bonus for playing the content if you would have anyway. It’s really only of benefit to people who have time for a home game, which means it’s not of benefit to the majority of PFS events.

Low level modules, and especially the repeatable 1-2s, get run A LOT in PFS1E, because many of the individual parts fit into a single slot. Gallows of Madness, Emerald Spire, Ire of the Storm... without those, there would be far, far fewer games running online. They are go to content when there’s not something else players can all play.

If you only get a chronicle for playing it outside of PFS, and the reward isn’t important, then why does it need sanctioned at all? There’s no more content available for PFS now than there was before it was sanctioned. Just a reward for people who have time to play outside of PFS.

Count me in the group that sees this as a step backwards.

Cosigned to all of this.

superhorse wrote:
...it seems we're lucky to get a sanctioning model at all this go-around.

Yes, this very much feels like we should be happy we got anything at all. In this case I'd frankly rather not sanction it at all than to slap a single level on it and say "here ya go!", since it feels very much rushed to "get it out the door."

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Leg o' Lamb wrote:

Hilary Moon Murphy (HMM) 820

Erica Loponow 822
Jolene Danner 823
Andrew Toregrud 824

YAAAAAAAAY!

Each one is well deserved. I can not be more proud of the tradition these fine folks helped create in Minnesota. Each and everyone of you deserve the highest praise and recognition.

Well done.

Seconded!


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In effect: Male half-elf Brw1/Inq10 | hp 103/103 | Init +4 | AC 23, T 14, FF 22 | CMB +11, CMD 28 | F +12 R +8 W +13 (+2 vs. ench) | Prcptn +17, SM +23 |

Ushyle looks at his rebuilt hometown with some pride. Nice work done here, he thinks to himself. Some sturdy walls and fortifications now, giving us a chance to stand against considerable foes.

Them, he corrects himself. Giving THEM a chance. Not us. We have not been here. This sobering fact gives him some pause as he stares at Trunau from atop Bloodmarch Hill, remaining in place even after Raen arrives with Hamilton and his new pet. The decision to take the fight to the giants was a sound one tactically, he knew; he'd been over it enough times in his head to be sure of that. Cutting off the head is always the best way to stop the snake.

He turns to peer over his right shoulder at the rocky outline of Skull Hill to the north. Certainly the threat of the orc hordes never truly ebbed, though they'd been quiet for a few years now.

Turning back to Trunau, his eyes scan the new barricades and palisades, drawing some satisfaction that any such orc raid would cost the offending tribe dearly.

Lost in his own thoughts, he is startled when he realizes Whistle Pig has been talking to him for several seconds now.

...keep standing out here or are we going to go have a drink or three? the exasperated halfling asks.

Ushyle gives his friend a smile. Sorry, little one, he says, taking a step towards town. A drink or three might be nice, yes.


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M Halfling Brb1 | HP 18/20 | AC 18 | Fort +7 Refl +5 Will +6 | Perc +6 | Speed 25

"Now is the time for our esteemed Mr. Baggins Happyfoot, who has proved himself a good companion on our long road, and a hobbit full of courage and resource far exceeding his size, and if I may say so possessed of good luck far exceeding the usual allowance – now is the time for him to perform the service for which he was included in our Company." :-D

Blodgett nudges Kaleb. Think being quiet is your bit, he says quietly, his eyes never leaving the massive ursine shape. Don't wake 'er up.


Male Gnome HP 38/38| AC 18 | Fort +7, Refl +9, Will +8 | Perc +8 (darkvision) | Speed 25 | Active conditions

Cuthberwyn is alarmed at the viciousness of the turtle-thing bites. He decides to call Red Mitch and Green McConnell. He is not certain why, but the names seem to fit.

As they recede to their respective shells, Cuth moves over behind a bleeding Kelvin and slaps a bandage slathered with a viscous salve on him. This, ah... may hurt a bit...

DC 15 Medicine (w/Battle Medicine): 1d20 + 10 ⇒ (8) + 10 = 18 success
heal: 2d8 ⇒ (7, 2) = 9

It definitely stings, but Kelvin's yelp dies in his throat as he begins to feel better almost at once.

Cuth then pulls out his whip, hoping he doesn't actually need to use it.

Stride, Battle Medicine, Interact to draw.

Scarab Sages

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Male Gnome Arc11 | hp 49/76 | Init +4 | AC 18/14, T: 14, FF: 18 | CMB +4, CMD 16 | F +10 R +9 W +11 (+2 vs. writng-related) | Prcptn +0, SM +0 |

Lazlo nods. There are those who think that life has nothing left to chance, a host of holy horrors to direct our aimless dance. You can choose a ready guide in some celestial voice, but if you choose not to decide you still have made a choice!

Scarab Sages

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Male Gnome Arc11 | hp 49/76 | Init +4 | AC 18/14, T: 14, FF: 18 | CMB +4, CMD 16 | F +10 R +9 W +11 (+2 vs. writng-related) | Prcptn +0, SM +0 |
Ulysses Macabre wrote:
Would you assist?Ulysses looks at Lazlo and draws a wand of infernal healing from his haversack, offering to him.

Lazlo honors this simple request, tapping Ulysses gently on the shoulder with the wand, then bonking Katya on her knee for good measure but no discernible purpose.

Ka'atib wrote:
Ka'atib lets the others focus on the bodies and survivors, while he checks out the gemstone. Loremaster: Lowest ID is 31.

Lazlo auto-assists on all Knowledge checks and on Spellcraft.


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In effect: Male half-elf Brw1/Inq10 | hp 103/103 | Init +4 | AC 23, T 14, FF 22 | CMB +11, CMD 28 | F +12 R +8 W +13 (+2 vs. ench) | Prcptn +17, SM +23 |

Ushyle watches Doxon as he casts the spell. Doesn't he need to punch the door in the nose or something?

Shaking his head, he joins in the chant: DECAPITANT LORD! I DEMAND YOU REMEMBER THY NAME!

Scarab Sages

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Male Gnome Arc11 | hp 49/76 | Init +4 | AC 18/14, T: 14, FF: 18 | CMB +4, CMD 16 | F +10 R +9 W +11 (+2 vs. writng-related) | Prcptn +0, SM +0 |

Lazlo takes a five foot step, touches both Riegel and Zan'Kul, and dimension doors them away from the undead beasties.

I've got you, fellows. Just a bit before you're yourselves again...

Scarab Sages

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Male Gnome Arc11 | hp 49/76 | Init +4 | AC 18/14, T: 14, FF: 18 | CMB +4, CMD 16 | F +10 R +9 W +11 (+2 vs. writng-related) | Prcptn +0, SM +0 |
Riegel Jacobim PFS wrote:
his left hand flashes to his bandolier as he reloads with uncanny speed.
Lazlo Ugarte wrote:
That's uncanny! I wonder if he dodges that way too!


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In effect: Male half-elf Brw1/Inq10 | hp 103/103 | Init +4 | AC 23, T 14, FF 22 | CMB +11, CMD 28 | F +12 R +8 W +13 (+2 vs. ench) | Prcptn +17, SM +23 |

Ushyle is happy his companions have been able to defeat the foes without his help, but is visibly upset at his own shortcomings and inability to contribute. Raen and Vael take turns assuring him that the magic to restore his vision is only a night's rest away, but the disciple of Milani takes scant solace in their words. Correcting my vanity and foolishness should not be their problem. Why can I not be less of a burden to everyone...?

Unable to even take a turn for the night watches — for what can a sightless person watch? — he sullenly beds down for the night, finally drifting off into sleep.

Storm clouds fade into the distance, downwind from the soft, steady breeze gusting past. A single white dove glides across the blue sky, coming to rest on a cobblestone path in the midst of a cool desert. A single red rose emerges from between two cobblestones, blood about its stem. The dove plucks it, uprooting it in a single motion and, as the rose metamorphosizes into a red worm, swallows it whole. Droja's eyes have failed her most of her life, the dove says, its voice unmistakable for that of old Katrezra, yet she does not lament like a mewling kitten. Why do you?

The admonition stings, and Ushyle opens his mouth to reply, but no words come out. Mute, too, the dove chides. If you cannot see, and you will not speak, then perhaps you may listen rather than just hear: one must learn one's strengths and faults — take advantage of the strengths and compensate for the faults — to push despair and weakness aside. The dove says no more, taking flight again for a heartbeat, long enough to alight in the sand, settling down and closing its eyes in sleep.

As he startles awake in the night, his eyes still dark, words from The Light of Hope flash before his mind's eye, as familiar as the ache of Trunau: Find your hidden strength. The words tumble in his head like so many coins in a box. So many adages gleaned from The Light of Hope, how had he missed this one for so long?


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Five-star Hound of Tindalos. Er, GM. Whatever. | RoW Encounter Map |

Also, forgot the frightful presence aura. DC 19 Will save from everyone except Kappi (who has already failed) or be shaken.

To be fair to Vojtek, that should be made before the Reflex save, so that 12 becomes an 18, +3 for fear-based effects and succeeds. Will need a REFL save from him for the cold breath weapon.


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Yay! Ravingdork FTW!


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Five-star Hound of Tindalos. Er, GM. Whatever. | RoW Encounter Map |

Forgot the mirror images, so Ali is not hit; but as for the previous AoO, that was before its normal turn.


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Yay! Kate, Natalie, Hilary, and Jessica! (Knowing four out of five isn't bad, right?)


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Five-star Hound of Tindalos. Er, GM. Whatever. | RoW Encounter Map |

Got you close, Kappi. Left an arrow on the map to indicate where he was and where he went, so you've got some leeway if I didn't put you exactly where you want to be. FYI, Kappi is right on the fringe of the light shed by the everburning torch, too.


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Every year, the staff proves that Skål Con is best con.


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Five-star Hound of Tindalos. Er, GM. Whatever. | RoW Encounter Map |

what Davosh recalls:
A bebilith is an outsider of the (chaotic), (evil), and (extraplanar) subtypes. This one appeared particularly tough and beefy.

Ali Kn (planes): 1d20 + 14 ⇒ (12) + 14 = 26

what Ali recalls:
Bebiliths have damage reduction to weapons that is only overcome by a weapon being aligned to good.


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Five-star Hound of Tindalos. Er, GM. Whatever. | RoW Encounter Map |

The AP level guides are designed for four PCs when calculating APL; with a fifth character, you guys are a tad behind their curve but have never been more than one level down, and I intend to keep it that way. You guys will probably be 16th level at the AP's end.

Book 3 was very much exploring Iobaria and the centaur realm (Vurnirn in particular), and the Three Sisters felt...I dunno, tacked on, I guess? The missed golden opportunity to foreshadow Vsevolod in Vurnirn is glaring, and coupled with the "He's evil, that's motivation enough" sketchiness of his villainy just makes me shake my head.

Ah, well. I hope we all enjoy Book 4 better. :-)


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Orthos wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
And they're still better than avocados.
I mean when you're right you're right.

I'm sorry, we've had to let you two go, on grounds of avacado negativity.


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quibblemuch wrote:

Nope. Not buying it. I stand by my suspicious sidelong glance.

This, and my dislike of grits, have prevented me from fully assimilating to life in the American South.

cooking grits:

Courtesy of George Carlin, Take-Offs and Put-Downs

Hi there folks. Welcome to the cooking show. A lot of you folks been writing in asking us, "How do you cook them damn grits?" We're going to show you today how you cook them damn grits.

First of all kinda get those grits down is a shallow sauce pan, kinda get a little water, about an inch and a halfa water above them grits. Get that thing boilin' good, get a good rollin' boil, a high rollin' boil, we call it a high rollin' boil. Get that thing goin' good then you're gonna drain them off a little bit, drain them off a little bit get a little steam out here, drain them off a little bit.

Get 'em down a little bit into moist little patties, get 'em down into moist little patties, two little fat little moist little patties. Put 'em in a hot skillet, a hot skillet with lots of hot grease, get 'em brown on one side, get 'em brown on the other side — and then THROW THEM AWAY! They're no good folks, you can't eat them damn grits.


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CG female goblin Rgr1 | HP 16/16 | AC 17, TAC 15 | Hero Points 1/1 | F +2 R +6 W +4 | Perc +4 (darkvision) | Speed 25 ft |

Interact 1 to finish loading heavy crossbow.

What is it with Pizazz and that whistle...?

Crimsi takes careful aim at the lizard-chicken, inspired by the whistle in spite of herself.

pew: 1d20 + 5 + 1 ⇒ (19) + 5 + 1 = 25
piercing dmg: 1d10 ⇒ 2

Crimsi pretty sure lizard-chicken slowing down Crimsi followers, so Crimsi suggest that Crimsi followers stop letting lizard-chicken touch them!
Helpful Crimsi is helpful!

Interact 1 and 2 to reload heavy crossbow again.


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NightTrace wrote:
Jason Bulmahn wrote:

For those who start with what class you want to play, this is actually fully described as part of Step 1, determining your concept. The ABC mantra is there to help you select things in a simple order once you have your concept in mind, or to help you develop that concept if it is not entirely clear to you.

Step 1 actually covers a variety of common ways that you might employ to find your character concept. Basing it off a particular ancestry, background, or class is presented right alongside the group generation approach where everyone figures out what concept they want to play together.

Hope that helps

Yep, You can ABC, ACB, BCA, BAC, CAB, or CBA, for determining the actual character and then ABC just lets you process flow for the sheet :D

ABACAB?


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Five-star Hound of Tindalos. Er, GM. Whatever. | RoW Encounter Map |
Kappi Matarito wrote:

1 hero point

acrobatics 1d20+17

there is no way I can attack on this round right? I used my move action to stand

Correct. No very much potentially lethal AoO, however.

Kappi somehow manages to get to his feet and avoid the vicious attack of the svathurim! What a hero!

RAGING VOJTEK!!!! wrote:
Hero point Will save... so my attack goes off?

...

Sure.

Vojtek somehow shakes off the paralyzing spell and gets his flurry of rage off! What a hero!

His greataxe only finds purchase twice, however; and what he thought would be a tremendous blow is turned aside at the last instant by the will of Desna!

The eight-legged monstrosity has certainly had his attention distracted from the Varisian, and he seeks to return the favor on the Northman!

lance primary: 2d20 ⇒ (15, 15) = 30 + 22 - 3 + 1, so 35, hit
dmg: 2d6 + 15 ⇒ (1, 3) + 15 = 19

lance secondary: 2d20 ⇒ (7, 6) = 13 + 17 - 3 + 1, so 21, miss

lance tertiary: 2d20 ⇒ (12, 17) = 29 + 12 - 3 + 1, so 22, miss with haste

gore attack: 2d20 ⇒ (17, 11) = 28 + 16 - 3 + 1, so 24, hit
dmg: 2d6 + 12 ⇒ (3, 3) + 12 = 18

hoof 1: 2d20 ⇒ (7, 5) = 12 + 16 - 3 + 1, so 18, miss

hoof 2: 2d20 ⇒ (15, 18) = 33 + 16 - 3 + 1, so 29, hit
dmg: 1d8 + 10 ⇒ (3) + 10 = 13

GM stuff:
svathurim 49

Round 2
Davosh — hex sticks
Kappi — hero point kip up
baddies 1 — misfortunate full attack
Ali — GO
Edward — GO
baddies 2 — TBD
Vojtek — TBD


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CG female goblin Rgr1 | HP 16/16 | AC 17, TAC 15 | Hero Points 1/1 | F +2 R +6 W +4 | Perc +4 (darkvision) | Speed 25 ft |

Up to the GM if Crimsi could have had her crossbow loaded. I didn't say that, so if the answer is no, it's a move and two Interaction actions to load. Otherwise she will take a shot.

Crimsi let's out a blood curdling screech. YOU NO HURT PIZAZZ! PIZAZZ CRIMMSI FOLLOWER AND CRIMSI PROTECT PIZAZZ!


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CG female goblin Rgr1 | HP 16/16 | AC 17, TAC 15 | Hero Points 1/1 | F +2 R +6 W +4 | Perc +4 (darkvision) | Speed 25 ft |

Survival: 1d20 + 3 ⇒ (16) + 3 = 19
Nature: 1d20 + 3 ⇒ (3) + 3 = 6

Yes, this way. Crimsi loads her crossbow excitedly, then remembers they're supposed to be nice to other people now in this new edition and reluctantly unloads it again.

Maybe Crimsi and her followers find other animals near longshanks' farm and Crimsi return as hero! she says, absently picking her teeth with the pointy end of the crossbow bolt. Oh, and followers of Crimsi be heroes too. Follower heroes. Like Heroes Lite.


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CG female goblin Rgr1 | HP 16/16 | AC 17, TAC 15 | Hero Points 1/1 | F +2 R +6 W +4 | Perc +4 (darkvision) | Speed 25 ft |

No dice expressions yet, but I copied the statblock in so I'm ready!


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Male Mostly Harmless Incorrigible Punster 5/ Militant Grammarist 3/ Contrarian 2

I'm down to play Crimsi. Ranger has been my favorite character class since the AD&D days, and while I wasn't thrilled with the playtest Ranger I'm willing to give it another try.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
World's most interesting Pan wrote:
The best way to make someone sound better is to join them. I'm dead serious.
Oh my sweet summer child, you've never heard me sing. It's even more terrible than my dancing.

AS's meowing, however, is world-renowned.

5/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Illinois—Chicago aka thunderspirit

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Kate Baker wrote:
I don't think SkalCon's happening for me this year, but maybe next year!

Looks for "dislike" button.

Painlord, I can tell you that I look forward to this thread every year, especially since I haven't been able to make it back to PaizoCon since the weekend changed in 2015. (Someday I will return — still have a whale watching tour to make, hopefully without the boat breaking down this time!)


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Kappi Matarito wrote:

Kappi gets ready and lays in wait to strike

Stealth 1d20+17

Kappi's knowledge of giants is enough to know they aren't especially observant. Taking 10 will probably be sufficient. So keep that 19 for your next d20 roll.

5/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Illinois—Chicago aka thunderspirit

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Xathos of Varisia wrote:
TOZ wrote:
And if the vote has already been tallied?
You mean if the election has already been rigged so there's no point in having one?

If you're going to automatically presume there's no data to back up the OPF decision, then there's absolutely no point in partaking in the discussion about it.


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In effect: Male half-elf Brw1/Inq10 | hp 103/103 | Init +4 | AC 23, T 14, FF 22 | CMB +11, CMD 28 | F +12 R +8 W +13 (+2 vs. ench) | Prcptn +17, SM +23 |

Ushyle takes careful steps to remove the monstrous heads from the giant centaur beasts (Take 10 on Survival for 26) and deliberately plants each lance in the ground just inside the entry, artfully placing each massive head on the end of its respective lance. A little present for the next folk who come calling, he thinks to himself.


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Ali'yanah D'ohr'hein wrote:
Brightstone.

UGH, that took F.O.R.E.V.E.R.

5/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Illinois—Chicago aka thunderspirit

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Top notch.
TOP NOTCH!


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Tarlin deck | Shirt Reroll 0-6E Used: N

Thanks for your patience, all. Mission: Close on House was a success. We move the end of April!

Will post Tarlin's opening hand in the Gameplay thread shortly.


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I am mildly concerned that the text on the character cards will be difficult to read, but if the rules adjustments clear up ambiguities that will be a welcome trade-off.

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Thanks for writing this up, Pirate Rob. Great stuff and lots of fun memories.

Ah, the PaizoCon Grand Convocation. I miss doing those.


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I have no idea what this is, but feel free to count me in. :-)


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As Slappy Edward's smite strikes true, the fiendish swarm dissipates, destroyed through the power of Apsu. The Oradin is breathing heavy as Davosh looks at him curiously (though, to be fair, no one can much tell the difference at first, because Davosh). After a moment the Warlock fishes out a smudged, scuffed mirror and silently hands it to the devotee of The Maker of All. Edward's eyes fall on the once-polished steel and see that those same eyes, once dark brown, now shine like silver discs on his face.

Story award: Edward's smite evil class feature now treats his Paladin level as 2 levels higher when successfully used against an evil creature.

After taking a moment to catch their collective breath, the party realizes that the only ways to go are through the door with the inscription, up the flight of steps that rose into the gloom just beyond the entrance to the bebelith cavern, and back to face the bebelith herself.


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Male CN damaya lashunta Scholar Mystic (mindbreaker)/8 | SP 56/56 HP 52/52 | RP 7/7 | EAC 18; KAC 20 | Fort +4, Refl +4, Will +9 | Init +2 | Perc +13, SM +11 | Speed 30ft | Spells 1st 5/5 remaining, 2nd 5/5 remaining, 3rd 2/3 remaining | Active conditions: None.

Relevant.


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Five-star Hound of Tindalos. Er, GM. Whatever. | RoW Encounter Map |

The runes.


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Five-star Hound of Tindalos. Er, GM. Whatever. | RoW Encounter Map |

And you have a cauldron that makes lesser restoration.

Just sayin'.


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Five-star Hound of Tindalos. Er, GM. Whatever. | RoW Encounter Map |

Shadow boxing: 6000 xp.

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Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
Add me in on that. I've got a binder of boons that I won't bother to convert. I meant to bring them to SkalCon for charity auctions, but my chaotic panic of packing meant they got left at home.

Yup. Same (on both counts).

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