|Liz Courts Webstore Gninja Minion|
This product comes out in August of 2013 how is it being discussed and reviewed?
This product is an exclusive available to Paizo staff and Venture officers, and was the Special played at GenCon 2012. The 2013 date is when it will be available to everybody—right now it's on a limited basis for other events and conventions.
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Mark Moreland wrote:I'm developing Round 2 right now, and not everyone will die. I'm tuning down the evil a little bit because Kyle and Tim combined is worse than anything we've ever published in terms of lethality, and I want at least a few survivors to tell the horrific tale...
Bah!First off, Night Two is never going to be published.
Second, its only as lethal as the monsters in the Bestiary.
PYGON has pleaded to learn the art of TPK, that and he also complained Ruby Phoenix was TOO EASY. Night 2 should be the event, you wish you hadn't won your way into.
The slogan for Night 2 should be:
"Welcome To the PFS Saturday Night Special. We Make Gamers Cry."
Come one heros... chime in. Tell Mark not to work so hard to make things easy on you.
Tell him, you want to be champion. Tell him not to water down they deadly. Tell him you only want one Pathfinder survive round two (which of course will be you, and you alone)
No. I dont want to be a champion by your terms or his. Ill do it by mine.
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Damalon01 wrote:Could someone please tell me how to add an review to this module? I cant seem to find that function.
On the reviews tab, directly under the rating, there is a link to "Write a review".
They don't look good....
Sadly, I did not get to play it last year, but from the reviews...
This would have been a great scenario if the Pathfinder Society Organized Player allowed evil characters. Both Seekers of Secrets and The Field Guide imply that there are "dark" pathfinders - this would have been a good scenario for them.
|Liz Courts Webstore Gninja Minion|
This is single-round scenario, right? Some mentioned in the reviews that it took eight hours. I'm running this at a game day and sent to accommodate it so nothing is lost because of time.
And, any suggestions for adventures at a couple of different tiers that leads up to this? Not necessarily a prequel, but something at least in the same city or close by.
Generally speaking, running the specials with less than the minimum tables listed is not going to be successful, as victory conditions usually require multiple tables to achieve. You'd likely find the players doing everything right and still failing the mission.
kevin_video wrote:Is the second part made public as well?Sadly, no. Part 2 was a GenCon exclusive one-shot and will never be released. Which is a shame as I'd love to read it and see what those lucky few faced.
Ah, GenCon. Fair enough. Still, it really sucks to not be able to play the second part. My group was supposed to because we'd gotten the most points out of all of the groups, but the Venture Captain retired so now we'll never get to experience it. We knew that we wouldn't get the goblins because that was exclusive to the con, but just to play it and finish the quest would have been nice.
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I don't play PFS (there's not really an opportunity here anyway), but I'll want to read up on the scenarios. Is this part of Season 4 (it looks like it), and if so where does it fall in the general time line of the season?
Pg. 25 - Scaling Encounter 3C sidebar
...the trap's text gets cut off. It seems to be identical to the trap found in Pathfinder Comics: Hollow Mountain #6. If so, then the effect line would be:
"Effect spell effect (empowered disintegrate, +9 ranged touch, 30d6 damage plus 50%, DC 19 Fort save reduces the damage to 5d6 plus 50%)."