Kingdom of Aeternum: Pax Gaming


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Kingdom Name: Aeternum

Settlement Name: Callambea

Charted Company Names:

  • Pax Aeternum (Political CC composed of our leaders)
  • Aeternum Trade Alliance (Economy and Crafting CC)
  • The Watch (Militia CC)
  • Corpus Aeternum (Formal Military CC)
  • Council of Lords (Landowners, City Management)
  • Bloodwolf Clan (Primary Bounty Hunting CC)
  • Steel Legion (Primary Mercenary CC)
  • Aeternum Consortium (RP, Festivals, Ceremonies)

Alignment: Lawful Neutral. Our word is our bond, and is readily seen in the clear and comprehensive steps we take with any form of agreement or contract (SEE: Aeternum Agreement). Neutrality is simply the resulting stance we take; our focus is on the betterment and well being of our membership base and those of our close friends and allies.

Role: Everything with the exception of crime. Pax has large goals for our presence in Golarion, and fully plan to make a lasting positive influence on the community.

Accepted Roles: Accepted roles will vary from protection, adventure, development, crafting, hosted events, war, roleplay, and much more . We will be more heroic than villainous. This means that crime will not be an acceptable role in the Kingdom. Actively seeking out criminals, on the other hand, will be fully supported. Any role or gameplay within the "good" alignment will be accepted.

Internal Leadership Structure:

  • High Thane (Lead Consul)
  • Thanes (Councilor)
  • Wardens (Officers)
  • Freemen (Membership body)

An up to date listing of leaders can be found HERE

Website: www.paxgaming.com

Voice Chat: Teamspeak

The Kingdom of Aeternum: Pax in Pathfinder Online
When it was announced that there was a Kickstarter for Pathfinder Online back in May 2012, it was not long before our community team announced it on our forums. Many of our members had been playing (and still play) pen and paper games under the Pathfinder ruleset. As our membership began reading Goblinwork's Kickstarter page, it began generating excitement from our sandbox gamers as well. From May to June 2012 the thread saw much activity as we donated, updated our thread, and talked about the vision for this game. It was amazing to watch the the project double, triple, and eventually hit six times its projected goal.

At the end of June 2012, Pax introduced ourselves to the forum community. While we are always looking for community members, we had no division for this game at that time. Instead we voiced our interest in the game, began meeting other "guilds" (for lack of a better term), and began interacting. During this time we were also building the foundation for a true presence in PfO. That in effect is the reason for a new thread, because that foundation is set.

In the Kickstarter, we had 3 guild groups just under Pax Gaming pledged. Our members looked and saw the rough diamond in the mud, and decided that it was going to be a place for Pax for a long time. We have laid down the foundation for a long lasting and powerful group, under the Pax banner.

So What are Pax's Goals?

Simply stated they are extensive. Many of our membership have been looking for a long time for an in depth sandbox of this nature. With some of the intricate workings of Eve with the "character avatar" and exploration elements of Star Wars Galaxies. We are hitting the ground in full sprint for this title. Pax will not be satisfied until we are a strong and recognizable force in the community. To be more specific we plan to establish:

A number of Chartered Companies, separated by economic, military, and exploratory interests
A beginning settlement when the mechanics allow, called Callambea.
The Kingdom of Aeternum to provide the highest level of content, resources, and defense.
A positive, on going influence on the community through seasonal festivities, events, and story development.

Our Chartered Companies
When the information about political systems showed up in developer blogs, many people were confused and disappointed that the traditional guild system they were familiar with would not be in Pathfinder Online. In its place were Chartered Companies, or social structures not tied to land holdings that averaged the size of an adventure party to a maximum of twenty or so members. Instead of disappointment, Pax Gaming was intrigued.

When Pax Imperius operated in SWG, they had a popular motto of "Many Guilds in One". This habit of creating smaller divisions inside of a larger body is a tradition many of our guilds still employ today. The advent of many smaller organizations working together just makes what we have employed in the past more literal.

Pax Aeternum will be a company filled with our political, military, and economic leadership. This organization will lead our efforts large and small. Our other companies will fall under Pax Aeternum, but to keep from overusing the Pax brand will have their own unique names. These are posted above, but to reiterate:
Aeternum Trade Alliance: A company for those interested in the purely economic and trade related vocations.
The Watch: Our scouts and watchers
Corpus Aeternum: Our formal military
Council of Lords: A company for our landowners and city officials, in charge of the day-to-day of our settlements
Bloodwolf Clan: A Clan of Bounty Hunters
Steel Legion: Our Mercenaries, working for guard duty for caravans, to helping protect mining operations.
Aeternum Consortium: The Consortium is our company dedicated to the promotion of lore, celebrations, and events within our kingdom. It is both a home for those that love roleplay as well as for those that enjoy planning events that bring hundreds of people together.

Putting Down Roots
When the game allows, our unified chartered companies will band together and button down. This effort will concentrate on our first settlement, Callambea. Callambea is a tribute to a pen and paper Pathfinder game that was in a home brewed continent brought to life by one of our members. This will be where our efforts from our chartered companies will come together inside of game mechanics. Our companies will become apart of the building and citizenry of this small town. While I am sure this will be a monumental moment, in the overall scope of things this is just a stepping stone.

Growing and Expanding
One of the last stairs in this process is of course a kingdom. The Kingdom of Aeternum, when the game allows, will be our expansion into the River Kingdoms. In addition to the highest dungeon content that PfO has stated this will provide, it will also provide us yet another station on which to prosper, protect, and interact in.

Festivals, Story, and Community (Oh My!)
While there is no single game element that we plan to enforce, roleplay has always been the cornerstone of all of our gaming divisions. When our Dak Thunderkeg and the leadership of Pax Gaming finalized preparations for a Pathfinder presence, the the first officer to join the team was for roleplay and story, Kard Warstein. Since then the story has evolved as the officer positions expanded, working on our origin story, possible codes of honor/chivalry, festivals, honorary titles, pre-launch events, and much more. When it comes to making our mark in this game, this is just as important as kingdoms, settlements, and companies. When our events are recognizable server wide, and when our titles are as common as ones the game itself provides, a major goal will be reached.

How Will You Accomplish All This?
If you have read this far, you are probably wondering how we are going to accomplish these goals. There is no one true answer. The strength of our community, our experiences, and our numbers are some factors. Our current and past experience in Eve and other sandbox games is educational on many different levels. As of this post we have over sixty current Pax members interested in this game, and that in house number will do nothing but grow as this game develops. Our ability to supply initial numbers has helped us build a foundation for many games in the past.

The largest factor is the recruitment of quality, like minded people. Our community and this division are not stagnant. Our success is anchored in growth, and we are always excited to meet new recruits. If you have liked what you have read so far, I urge you to read on. Our next post is about the Pax Gaming Community and will have all our recruitment information.

This game is a new adventure , and we are looking forward to meeting more to make the journey with us.

What is the Pax Gaming Community?
Pax Gaming is a collection of community minded members committed to enjoying games of all sorts together. The community has been around since 2001, and has been experiencing games together ever since. We are a community first, and a game aspect later. This means that we fully support all playstyles including PVE, PVP, and RP. Our interests are not focused on a single game, but includes many MMO's as well as tabletop, shooters, and more. Who a recruit is as a person weighs more heavily than any other consideration. We are a group of friends, family, and like minded geeks. Many of our members have met up in the world, and at conventions you can expect to see a table or two with Paxians. While our numbers steadily grow over the years, the quality of our family remains our single largest benefit.

Pax hosts our own server for teamspeak as well as our forums. We have an organized charter that outlines a very simple yet definitive set of rules to maintain the level of community we wish to provide. While we strongly encourage participation in roleplay, no single element of a game is enforced. Our concern is for our members to enjoy gaming together. That being said every division of Pax Gaming has origin stories, roleplay officers, and event planners. We also promote and support officers in charge of pve and pvp content as well.

In the end our name best describes who and what we are. Pax is a community, above everything else. It is a common phrase for us to state that we recruit the player, not the "toon".

Why join Pax Gaming?

Community
Many Pax Gaming members call Pax their second family. We cherish the members we have developed over the years and our cohesion quickly becomes apparent whenever we begin approaching content. Our drive is cemented in an environment where members can explore progression, role-play, and player versus player gaming competitively. Time and time again the Gaming Community has been able to achieve these goals while maintaining a community first mindset. A game is played to have fun, and this family provides opportunities for varying playstyles to flourish.

Longevity
Pax Gaming has been around since 2001. Since that date we have had successful guilds in many MMO's, Pax Gaming has never disbanded, and never has been without at least one MMO our members have been playing. We will stay in an MMO as long as it's members are there, we will not shut down a division just to move to another MMO. If you are looking for a guild that isn't just a rest stop to another goal, this is the home for you. If you like mature members that are socially active outside of raid nights, this is your guild. If you think achieving content progression does not require yelling and degradation, look no further.

This will NOT be a guild that folds. Our SWG Chapter of Pax Imperius stayed active and going strong since the servers first opened. We remained active through the game's turbulent history. Pax remained there until the game itself was shut down. For over a decade, Pax has remained strong and active.

Opportunities
Pax has always looked at each members contributions to their division and community fairly, irregardless of any veteran status. We have opportunities to move up in rank, even by members fresh out of recruitment, as long as they show the dedication and drive to earn such a post.

Family
Pax Gaming always recruits the individual. We're always looking for those who will fit well within our family. This means we are never looking for your chosen playstyle, "level", or gear. We are interested in growing our collection of high quality members. We are here to recruit you, not your "toon".
Above all Pax is a family and you will form friendships within our guild. Many of us have become RL friends, traveling to meet up with each other when we can and one of our members even hosts a New Years Eve party where all Pax members are invited.

All Play Styles
We support all play styles. Role-Play, Raiding, PVP, Crafting, you name it, all of our divisions support it. We have been doing it since the launch of Star Wars Galaxies we know what works and doesn't when it comes to all encompassing

Experience
Our members have years of experience in RP, PvP and PvE in a variety of games. Many of our members are held in respect on their servers. Pax members are always willing to give advice and a hand if you need it.

More than a Single Game
Pax Gaming is over a decade strong with hundreds of members spread through different gaming divisions:

Pax Imperius : Sith Faction - Star Wars: The Old Republic
Pax Dominus : Republic Faction - Star Wars: The Old Republic
Pax Infinitus : Star Trek Online
Pax Emunio : Eve Online
Pax Illuminatus : Rift
Pax Thalion : Lord of the Rings Online
Pax Agnitio : The Secret World
Pax Invictus: World of Warcraft: Alliance
Pax Draconis: Neverwinter Online
Dead Prezidents : A casual first person shooter clan for Pax Gaming members
Pen and Paper : Pax runs games on our Teamspeak server and on virtual tables in Shadowrun, Pathfinder, Dnd, Dark Heresy, and hybrid or home made rulesets. There has also been a few Play-By-Post games get started. New games are created and led all the time, with varying times and days as well as systems.

What is this Charter You Speak Of?
Our Charter is a ‘living document’ that out lines our guild structure, Chain of Command, Rules of Engagement, Codes of Conduct and general guild rules. You may view our charter here.

To supplement and support our work in the Pathfinder Online community and game, a Divisional Charter for the Kingdom of Aeternum have been created. Much like the Pax Gaming Charter, this document outlines the Kingdom of Aeternum's operating procedure and rules, but on a scale specific to Pathfinder Online. You can view it HERE on our wiki.

How do I join?

We are currently taking applications for Pathfinder Online. Once a Pax Member has been accepted, they are free to join any game we are playing without further applications.

First you will need to go www.paxgaming.com to register with the Pax Community.

Our application process is a two week application period, during this two week period you will interact with Pax Gaming members and make sure you are a good fit for our guild. This two week period is also here to help you determine if our guild is a good fit for you.

Full instructions on joining Pax Gaming can be located here

Goblin Squad Member

Ladies & Gentlemen of the Pathfinder Online Community,

This is a recreation of our original recruitment and informational thread from these same forums. The original thread is many months old, and while it has served as a wonderful touch stone for our communication and discussion with you all, it was beginning to show its age.

We welcome you to our newest recreation of that thread, and hope that you will find the information useful in your dealings and discussions with any Pax Aeternum or Pax Gaming member.

Sincerely,

Krow
High Thane, Pax Aeternum

(For Historical Reference, the Original Thread Can be Found HERE)

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I've added your Guild to the Guild Recruitment & Helpful Links list. If you have a brief description you'd like to appear there to let people know about your guild while they're browsing that list, just PM me or post a clear request here.

For the time being, I've listed this thread alongside your original thread. Please let me know if you'd like me to do something else.

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Thank you Nihimon; I was planning a private message to you, but I realized your sixth sense would pick this up the moment Bjorn hit 'submit.'

Feel free to remove the original thread, Nihimon. Only keep it if you consider it worthy of being retained for historical reference; we plan on growing this thread just as large as the original, though!

- Krow

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Removing it might keep confusion down.

I have stepped back for a bit from leadership, but I have left the most capable group of leaders / officers imaginable at the wheel. This initiative is an example of their tenacity and drive.

That said I still love you so very much, Nihimon. Know that when I am not here I will forever be nestled in your heart place.

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Ezekial Krows wrote:
Feel free to remove the original thread, Nihimon. Only keep it if you consider it worthy of being retained for historical reference...

I would prefer a direct instruction from you on how to handle it. The entire purpose of the list is to help you present your guild to potential members. I don't feel right exercising any editorial control over that communication.

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Dak Thunderkeg wrote:
That said I still love you so very much, Nihimon.

I don't think I'll ever be able to forget :)

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And so it starts again... :P

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I've edited my original message, Nihimon, with a link to the original message. Please remove our old thread from your list.

And for the life of me, I still pronounce your name Knee-Ah-Mon. Something about our interview has burned it into the back of my skull :)

- Krow

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Ezekial Krows wrote:
Please remove our old thread from your list.

Done.

Ezekial Krows wrote:
I still pronounce your name Knee-Ah-Mon.

Well, this seems like a good time to point out that it's NIHI-mon, with the NIHI pronounced as it is in an-NIHI-late. Rhymes with "try 'im on".

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Or Pokemon?

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To anyone reading this and stopping at the "2 week application process"

DO IT.

I'm in my 2nd week of application and I tell ya, it's less an application and more getting to know potential clanners and guildmates in any game you could think of every playing.

The website is top notch, the shout box ALWAYS has talk, and the mods and leaders of the group are always touching base on your thread to keep it moving. It's worth the look, I promise.

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Björn Renshai wrote:
Or Pokemon?

Nope. I've been using this name since well before Pokemon was created in 1996.

It's a play on words. Nihimon doesn't really exist, he's just a virtual avatar; therefore, he's a "nothing man". And I was using the name for some board games with my friends, and in ArcticMUD, in the early '90's.

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I was going with the rhyming bit.

Very interesting though on the thoughts behind it!

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Nihimon wrote:
Björn Renshai wrote:
Or Pokemon?

Nope. I've been using this name since well before Pokemon was created in 1996.

It's a play on words. Nihimon doesn't really exist, he's just a virtual avatar; therefore, he's a "nothing man". And I was using the name for some board games with my friends, and in ArcticMUD, in the early '90's.

That reminds me of one of my old pen and paper buddies from college. He played an elven ranger named "Theranger Oftawuds" :P


Thunderfrog wrote:

To anyone reading this and stopping at the "2 week application process"

DO IT.

I'm in my 2nd week of application and I tell ya, it's less an application and more getting to know potential clanners and guildmates in any game you could think of every playing.

The website is top notch, the shout box ALWAYS has talk, and the mods and leaders of the group are always touching base on your thread to keep it moving. It's worth the look, I promise.

Indeed the whole point is to make sure Pax is right for you as much as you are right for Pax. I have been with them since before the launch of TSW and it is the most drama free group I have come across in my gaming life.

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Thunderfrog wrote:

To anyone reading this and stopping at the "2 week application process"

DO IT.

I'm in my 2nd week of application and I tell ya, it's less an application and more getting to know potential clanners and guildmates in any game you could think of every playing.

The website is top notch, the shout box ALWAYS has talk, and the mods and leaders of the group are always touching base on your thread to keep it moving. It's worth the look, I promise.

Thank you Thunderfrog. We're just as delighted as you to have a top notch gamer joining us!

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Nihimon wrote:
Well, this seems like a good time to point out that it's NIHI-mon, with the NIHI pronounced as it is in an-NIHI-late. Rhymes with "try 'im on".

After the interview, the entire GobboCast team spent the rest of the evening practicing your name. I think most of the community can agree that this was the first time many heard you speak, least of all knew the proper pronunciation for your name.

Just one of those quirky little memories I hold onto with the PfO Community. Heck, Dak loves you, so there must be something good about you, Sir :)

- Krow

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I know how to pronounce it, actually pronouncing it correctly while speaking is an entirely different matter.

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Well, that blows me away. Now I have to say it, in my head, in a whole different way. Thank you Nihimon, for making yourself all the more "REAL" to me. :)

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Bringslite wrote:
Thank you Nihimon, for making yourself all the more "REAL" to me. :)

Oh, I'm all too real, all too human, and all too full of human failings.

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The first time I heard of Pax Imperius was when I was playing Star Wars Galaxies in 2003. They had a huge presence on the Scylla server. I always saw them running around together in groups with awesome armor and weapons. From what I saw, they were fair to other players during PvP. I was impressed by their honor, but feared trying to join because I assumed they were too elitist to let me join. Boy was I wrong!

I finally had the courage to look up the website and decided to apply just for the heck of it. They welcomed me with open arms. They didn't care that my character's main ability was dancing for tips in cantinas so I could afford to buy a good suit of armor. They cared about me as a person.

I was able to move my little house to Pax's headquarters, Dark City on Corellia. I was amazed. No wonder I never saw them milling around the normal crafting areas or cities. They had everything they needed in one place.

A month later I was one of the finest Teras Kasi (unarmed) fighters around and a well known doctor. Not because they required me to become that but because I wanted to be able to support them, us. A couple of months later I was an officer in The Hounds, a subdivision of Pax Imperius.

The dynamics, fun, interactions, PvP, events... you name it have been unforgettable. A lot of that was lost with the cut and dry theme park games, but the community and friendships survived no matter which game we played. I'm hoping Pathfinder Online will bring back all the epicness Pax was known for in a sandbox game.

Don't be afraid to apply. It's well worth it!

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Just your friendly neighborhood Freeman of Pax Aeternum, stopping in to check out the new diggs. Looks pretty spiffy in here Krow and Bjorn.

*saunters over to the bar and orders a nice relaxing adult beverage*

This'll do....this'll do nicely

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*staggers in the door*

Hellooooo good peoples. Whhhaaat a long day... I thfink it is time ter relaxxxxx... what ddddo you thhhink....

*passes out face first on the floor*

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Randovar wrote:

*staggers in the door*

Hellooooo good peoples. Whhhaaat a long day... I thfink it is time ter relaxxxxx... what ddddo you thhhink....

*passes out face first on the floor*

*Throws a bucket of cold water on the drunken, passed-out Randovar*

Oy! Take that stuff to a bed upstairs! Don't pass out where people can trip over you. If you have to do it down here, crawl under a table where I can at least use you as a footrest!

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Randovar wrote:

*staggers in the door*

Hellooooo good peoples. Whhhaaat a long day... I thfink it is time ter relaxxxxx... what ddddo you thhhink....

*passes out face first on the floor*

*Upon entering the tavern, she stumbles into Randovar's unconscious body, swears and finally finds a seat near the bar counter. Sipping a glass of white wine, she begins to speak, without caring whether somebody is listening to her or not*

Greetings to you! I'm new in town, I'm a recruit of Pax Aeternum. Since I fled from my home, I've been looking for a place to live in. My true family is lost, but I hope to find a new one among you. I can see that the town is thriving, the people hospitable and friendly and the Company is very well organized. You can count on my help and my loyalty!

*She gets up and makes for the exit; at the door she turns and bows:*

Heiligetod at your service!

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If you can mind the dwarves, Heiligetod, you'll fit in just fine with Aeternum.

Welcome and well met!

- Krow

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Nice to meet you Heiligetod! Fell free to come back anytime!

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Congratulations to Thunderfrog, the newest member of Pax Gaming and a Freeman of Pax Aeternum!

We're glad to have you with us, Sir.

- Krow

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Woo!

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Would ya look at that? It is Throg!! :D

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Man, having a busted computer for 2 weeks really shows how much these forums can move. I'm hopelessly behind on my lurking!

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Too many dwarves around here! I'll keep stumbling into them... especially lurking ones.

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You get used of them after a while. Great drinking buddies too! Just watch out for that Krow fellow. He's trouble.

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Glaucopide wrote:
Too many dwarves around here! I'll keep stumbling into them... especially lurking ones.

We have a handful, but our aesthetic diversity is growing by the week. I know that it is likely I will retire my dwarf premise now that I am apart of the general membership, probably for a halfling, human, or gnomish character.

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Booooooo... I like Dak.

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Areks wrote:
Just watch out for that Krow fellow. He's trouble.

Yes, I think so. He looks so puritan, with that white collar and dark hat...

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Glaucopide wrote:
Areks wrote:
Just watch out for that Krow fellow. He's trouble.
Yes, I think so. He looks so puritan, with that white collar and dark hat...

Could be worse....he could be a dwarf >.>

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It's the clean cut ones that you have to be mindful of. ;)

Though, a clean cut dwarf would give me pause...

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So my familiarity with Paizo's forums (fora?) is a wee bit lacking, but I think this is where I should introduce myself. I'm a new applicant to Pax in general and Aeternum in particular, just starting my two-week period. I'm most interested in either The Watch of Corpus Aeternum, as my preferred character archetype is a rogue. I applied to Pax because a friend urged me to for SWTOR, but how could I resist the joys of a newborn Golarion?

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Tabletop Crusader wrote:
So my familiarity with Paizo's forums (fora?) is a wee bit lacking, but I think this is where I should introduce myself. I'm a new applicant to Pax in general and Aeternum in particular, just starting my two-week period. I'm most interested in either The Watch of Corpus Aeternum, as my preferred character archetype is a rogue. I applied to Pax because a friend urged me to for SWTOR, but how could I resist the joys of a newborn Golarion?

Welcome! Good luck on your recruitment process.

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Well met here, Cinerator (because it's you, isn't it?)!
A rogue could do well as a bounty hunter, too, sneaking along the trail of his victim and catching him out of guard to assassinate him...

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Good luck indeed. Cinerator has proven himself a worthy recruit, and I appreciate his quest for knowledge and his enthusiasm for the process!

Pax Aeternum just hosted our first open Meet and Greet last night. We had a great showing of multiple organizations, and I hope that next month will grow even more, with the inclusion of topics that matter to those in the community!

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Sorry to have missed it Krows. I will try to be there next time. :)

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We understand that everyone gets busy! What we really want to do is make sure the recording and notes are available to the community once said Meet and Greets are accomplished, so that those who missed a month's meet and greet don't feel left out in the cold.

Note and Recording will be up later tonight!

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Just wanted to update the Community; Pax Aeternum has had a number of new officers promoted very recently. We are excited by the wave of promotions, as it means we're stepping up our preparation for launch, but most importantly, that launch is getting closer!

Congratulations to:

Thane Blade Areks
Seneschal Bjorn
Foreman Glaucopide
Recruitment Officer Kiroshi
Ambassador Pagan
Broker Randovar
Rector Ssindossa

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Ezekial Krows wrote:


Thane Blade Areks
Seneschal Bjorn
Foreman Glaucopide
Recruitment Officer Kiroshi
Ambassador Pagan
Broker Randovar
Rector Ssindossa

Quickly the assassins of the River Kingdoms write down these names, for future reference.

Congratulations to all!

It would be nice to hear some of these voices on the PFOFan TS server.


@Bluddwolf

Well I am a fairly frequent visitor, that is to say several times a week. Should you desire conversation with any of them however for something in particular I am sure it could be arranged. I will however encourage my fellow officers to drop in for more informal chats

Pagan

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*writes down names quickly*

There we go, Now, prices anyone?

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*Wonders how much a High Thane goes for on the open market*

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