Are Pathfinders Issued a Company Logo Bag of Holding?


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Grand Lodge 1/5

Are Pathfinders Issued a Company Logo Bag of Holding?

And if not, how do they carry all the loot back?

Scarab Sages 4/5

No. They are adventurers and they carry the loot in things like backpacks and other such devices like everyone else.

I don't about where you organize, but in Arizona adventurers carry their loot throughout the entire scenario which is uphill the entire way there and back and they like it too! :P

On a side note are you being serious with this thread or is it a joke thread? I can't tell.

Dark Archive 4/5

Buy a bunch of sacks, and the put sacks in your backpack. You can also get mule back cords or spend a few prestige for a porter.

You have to have a really hilarious GM to get the Society's Standard Issued Bag of Holding with company logo. Maybe that should be the theme for the 2014 PaizoCon totes?

Liberty's Edge 3/5

Chris Mullican wrote:
No. They are adventurers and they carry the loot in things like backpacks and other such devices like everyone else.

Well,that's good. With this season's de-emphasis of factions and emphasize of explore, cooperate, report it's starting to feel like I'm RPing working for the Man. I already do that 40 hours+ a week as it is ...

5/5 *** Venture-Agent, California—San Francisco Bay Area North & East

The loot is carried through the power of assumption.

OP Guide wrote:

We assume that you have enough bags, backpacks, or

muscle to haul around the loot you find or, in the case of
an urban scenario, immediate access to markets and bazaars
where you can sell your goods.

5/5 5/55/5 * Venture-Captain, Germany—Hamburg

Weight of loot doesn't really matter (unless you want to actually use a heavy item for the duration of the scenario.)
There are cases when weight does matter, but in that case, the scenario explicitly says that the characters will have to carry XXX lbs. of loot to take the item with them.

from Tide of Twilight:
I remember that as part of the Lantern Lodge faction mission, if you couldn't read druidic, you had the option of carrying all the books found at the encounter with you. For that case, the books' combined weight was listed.

5/5 5/55/55/5

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If you don't want to know why the gnome is sitting funny, don't ask where that is.

Grand Lodge 4/5

Did somebody say Dwarf?

Grand Lodge 1/5

While part of this thread was meant to be comical. There is also the serious factor of, how many sets of armor are Pathfinders really expected to carry to bring home the bacon. When your PC is given 3,500gp of gold by an Angel and then you find a Full Plate +1, well, obviously you are expected to carry it all home with you. The obvious question resulting in. How do most Pathfinders haul all this treasure and are we as GMs expected to find this out?

Or do we just tell the PCs, you are carrying all the loot in your handy Bag of Holding, with the sign of The Open Road stitched on the side? Or do I just GM wave it and say that a clean up crew shows up after the PCs and takes care of the U-Haul details after all the baddies are cleared out?

Liberty's Edge 5/5

Don't worry about it.

5/5 *** Venture-Agent, California—San Francisco Bay Area North & East

Eric Saxon wrote:

While part of this thread was meant to be comical. There is also the serious factor of, how many sets of armor are Pathfinders really expected to carry to bring home the bacon. When your PC is given 3,500gp of gold by an Angel and then you find a Full Plate +1, well, obviously you are expected to carry it all home with you. The obvious question resulting in. How do most Pathfinders haul all this treasure and are we as GMs expected to find this out?

Or do we just tell the PCs, you are carrying all the loot in your handy Bag of Holding, with the sign of The Open Road stitched on the side? Or do I just GM wave it and say that a clean up crew shows up after the PCs and takes care of the U-Haul details after all the baddies are cleared out?

I answered the question earlier up thread...

Through the power of assumption.

5/5

Pirate Rob wrote:
Through the power of assumption.

What book is that power in? I can't find it on the Additional Resources page! ;-)

Sovereign Court 3/5

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Grand Lodge 5/5

I handwave it unless its specifically called out in the scenario.

So, "yes". :P

Sovereign Court 4/5

Pirate Rob wrote:

The loot is carried through the power of assumption.

OP Guide wrote:
We assume that you have enough bags, backpacks, or muscle to haul around the loot you find or, in the case of an urban scenario, immediate access to markets and bazaars where you can sell your goods.

Grand Lodge 4/5 Venture-Agent, Nevada—Las Vegas

"I would have gotten away with it, too, if not for you meddling Pathfinders and the 27 phantom mules you came in with!"

Dark Archive

There are some modules where carrying capacity is very very important.
There are some modules where bringing a catering staff, musicians, servants, new clothes, fine food, wagons, drivers, and a caravan master are very important.

Weekly Caravan & Catering Rental - 857 gold.
Catering the Rescue Party of your Princess - Priceless

Some things are hard to appraise, but for everything else there's cold hard earned coin!

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