Joseph Caubo wrote:I'm a GM, I'm there to augment the game experience and to ensure that I and the players have a fun time. I am NOT there to be their mommy and audit their characters.
There are many ways you can double check what scenarios people have played without checking chronicle sheets (but they should be bringing ALL of them whenever they go to a PFS meeting anyway).
Oh, when I get a chance to actually GM some scenarios, I will not audit all the characters either. I will just do something that takes a few seconds per character and count the chronicle sheets to make sure none are missing. Then if the player is acting odd or suspicious, that is when the auditing would have to take place.
Just so you know, you do not lose access to what is on a chronicle sheet from a scenario that has been retired after you played it. And since the rule was changed from buying only from the last two chronicle sheets to being able to buy from any chronicles you have ever earned, it can still come up unless the item itself has been banned from play.
Oh I know, I'm just glad that particular one got axed so you won't run into that with everyone under the sun!
It appears the response to this ruling has been decided. In my quest to play or run 50 in 50, I've struck out in the the last 3 states I've been in. Philadelphia, Little Rock and Phoenix, their game stores near their respective colleges no longer offer Society games, even if I offered to GM. It's a shame. I'll be back in Philadelphia tomorrow and I'll be swinging by Redcap's to see what games are afoot!
If you haven't done NE yet let me know and I can find a game for you.
Michael Brock wrote:Same with Atlanta. We have PFS every weekend, as well as several days during the week.I have a friend who has just transfered to Fort Benning. I'll be giving him your group's info on Sunday :)
Awesome! I look forward with him playing in one of our many game days. Please direct him to Pathfinder Society of Georgia to sign up and reserve his seat in any of our game days. We currently have 40 or so game days scheduled, as well as Con Nooga planned in Chattanooga in February.