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Mimo Tomblebur wrote:
I'm curious, who is running the Saturday night "The Hellknight's Feast" for those of us role-players who couldn't care less about playing in Bonekeep? I'm really looking forward to that slot since all the power-gamers will be otherwise occupied.

There's 8 GM's running #5-03 during that slot.

4/5

Kyle Baird wrote:
Mimo Tomblebur wrote:
I'm curious, who is running the Saturday night "The Hellknight's Feast" for those of us role-players who couldn't care less about playing in Bonekeep? I'm really looking forward to that slot since all the power-gamers will be otherwise occupied.
There's 8 GM's running #5-03 during that slot.

I know, but not a single one has posted to this thread. I guess it is a silly question, but I'm just trying to get myself psyched up. The anticipation of joy is a joy unto itself, after all.


Bonekeep isn't just for power-gamers, fwiw. Some of us enjoy a scenario we know we aren't supposed to be a 100% successful in. I plan on playing my little goblin just as silly as I normally do, and fully expect to get my butt handed to me because of it.

Liberty's Edge 5/5

I'm playing in 5-02 in the saturday night slot.

Dark Archive 5/5

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Kyle Baird wrote:
Bonekeep isn't just for power-gamers, fwiw. Some of us enjoy a scenario we know we aren't supposed to be a 100% successful in. I plan on playing my little goblin just as silly as I normally do, and fully expect to get my butt handed to me because of it.

Yes. Yes, you will.

And then I will pour you a glass of the magic elixir to wash away the pain.

Grand Lodge

jon dehning wrote:
Kyle Baird wrote:
Bonekeep isn't just for power-gamers, fwiw. Some of us enjoy a scenario we know we aren't supposed to be a 100% successful in. I plan on playing my little goblin just as silly as I normally do, and fully expect to get my butt handed to me because of it.

Yes. Yes, you will.

And then I will pour you a glass of the magic elixir to wash away the pain.

BACON!


Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

I'm going to have to bring bacon to every session I've signed up for (at GenCon) just in case I get Kyle.

Edit: Just looked at your schedule, I know I won't be in any of your slots. Oh well.


Hobbun wrote:

I'm going to have to bring bacon to every session I've signed up for (at GenCon) just in case I get Kyle.

Edit: Just looked at your schedule, I know I won't be in any of your slots. Oh well.

Don't count on that. Often high level slots don't happen and GMs get reassigned to low level tables.

Sovereign Court

Just checked my own games. Now I'm depressed. I guess I'm bringing my D&D Bestiary pog sets and BattleMats if I need to run something else on the fly. Thankfully, there's many I've already run and won't be running entirely cold.

Grand Lodge 4/5 Regional Venture-Coordinator, Great Lakes aka TwilightKnight

For big cons like GenCon, I cannot recommend the Pathfinder token boxes more strongly, especially if you are GM'ing higher-tier games that might cancel. The tokens are extremely portable and along with a few folded flip maps, you can travel light and be capable of covering a lot of options. Sure they are not as snazzy as painted minis, but sometimes convenience and pragmatism has to win out over shiny.

Shadow Lodge 5/5 ⦵⦵ Venture-Lieutenant, California—San Francisco Bay Area North & East aka thistledown

So is there a minimum amount of stars required for GMing at GenCon? I didn't see anywhere to sign up for that side on the Gencon website.


You need to email Mike Brock directly. No stars required!


Bob Jonquet wrote:
For big cons like GenCon, I cannot recommend the Pathfinder token boxes more strongly, especially if you are GM'ing higher-tier games that might cancel. The tokens are extremely portable and along with a few folded flip maps, you can travel light and be capable of covering a lot of options. Sure they are not as snazzy as painted minis, but sometimes convenience and pragmatism has to win out over shiny.

PAWNS! I have 2 Bestiary Boxes and an NPC codex box. Wouldn't trade them for minis ever (when GMing). They save so much space and I have a little bit of everything. Definitely going to spend half my GenCon credit on a Bestiary 2 box. I wonder if I can convince Mike to give me my credits early so I can use them in my games.

Sovereign Court

Bob Jonquet wrote:
For big cons like GenCon, I cannot recommend the Pathfinder token boxes more strongly, especially if you are GM'ing higher-tier games that might cancel. The tokens are extremely portable and along with a few folded flip maps, you can travel light and be capable of covering a lot of options. Sure they are not as snazzy as painted minis, but sometimes convenience and pragmatism has to win out over shiny.

While it would be nice to have Pathfinder specific tokens, I've had the D&D Bestiary box for a couple years now. A souvenir of nearly 2 years running Encounters at the local shop. Love them! But I also much enjoy painting minis. I'm nowhere near great at it, but it's fun and gets a good reaction. But as you said, if something goes wrong, it's nice to have a lot of tokens to choose from.

Shadow Lodge 5/5 ⦵⦵ Venture-Lieutenant, California—San Francisco Bay Area North & East aka thistledown

Kyle Baird wrote:
You need to email Mike Brock directly. No stars required!

Thanks

Sovereign Court 5/5 Venture-Captain, West Virginia—Charleston aka Netopalis

Kyle Baird wrote:
You need to email Mike Brock directly. No stars required!

Hearts, moons, clovers and balloons remain mandatory, however.

Silver Crusade

Netopalis wrote:
Kyle Baird wrote:
You need to email Mike Brock directly. No stars required!
Hearts, moons, clovers and balloons remain mandatory, however.

But the purple horseshoes are optional.


Refraining...from....breakfast....cereal....jokes.....

Don't forget the pots of freaking GOLD!


Well, I just hope that I can squeeze in a trip to the dealers' room to use some of the Paizo store credit that I am getting for this trip. Mike has me down for Secrets Stones Keep for every slot except for the Special slots. Yes, I know that I have asked for this schedule, but I am going to be rather busy during GenCon. At least this keeps me from over-spending at the convention.


If you are going to be purchasing digital content you can buy it with your store credit BEFORE GenCon. We are supposed to get our lump sum payment on Monday.

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