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John Compton wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:
Purple Fluffy CatBunnyGnome wrote:
I'm on people's lists?

You are the only female 5-star GM (so far). People probably associate that with being fun at the table.

I was going to make a crack about them being really wrong, but I already put you on my list of people who are awesome at the table, so that wouldnt really work. ;)

What of Nani Pratt's fifth star?

I didnt know she had gotten it already. Congrats, Nani!

Edit: Congrats, also on Nani and Kyle then being the first married couple (that I know of) to both hit 5 stars! :)

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Seth Gipson wrote:
John Compton wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:
Purple Fluffy CatBunnyGnome wrote:
I'm on people's lists?

You are the only female 5-star GM (so far). People probably associate that with being fun at the table.

I was going to make a crack about them being really wrong, but I already put you on my list of people who are awesome at the table, so that wouldnt really work. ;)

What of Nani Pratt's fifth star?

I didnt know she had gotten it already. Congrats, Nani!

Edit: Congrats, also on Nani and Kyle then being the first married couple (that I know of) to both hit 5 stars! :)

"Deadliest Couple in PFS," as they are wont to say.

5/5

John Compton wrote:
"Deadliest Couple in PFS," as they are wont to say.

Hahaha, Nani told me she liked that when I called them that in a PM, but I didn't know that it spread. I think Linda and I are second with a total of 9 stars!


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John Compton wrote:
"Deadliest Couple in PFS," as they are wont to say.

My ego and I are offended by this comment.

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Mark Seifter wrote:
John Compton wrote:
"Deadliest Couple in PFS," as they are wont to say.
Hahaha, Nani told me she liked that when I called them that in a PM, but I didn't know that it spread. I think Linda and I are second with a total of 9 stars!

Kristen and I are right behind you with 8.

5/5

Seth Gipson wrote:
Mark Seifter wrote:
John Compton wrote:
"Deadliest Couple in PFS," as they are wont to say.
Hahaha, Nani told me she liked that when I called them that in a PM, but I didn't know that it spread. I think Linda and I are second with a total of 9 stars!
Kristen and I are right behind you with 8.

Well, we've played with Nani and Kyle's crew (and under Nani for Gencon Season 3 Special) and it was a blast both times. Maybe we should play with you guys! Linda just hit 4 about a week ago, so depending where you guys both are, you might hit 10 first. A lot depends on when Kingmaker and Council of Thieves are back-sanctioned, since those are Linda's APs.


John Compton wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:
Purple Fluffy CatBunnyGnome wrote:
I'm on people's lists?

You are the only female 5-star GM (so far). People probably associate that with being fun at the table.

I was going to make a crack about them being really wrong, but I already put you on my list of people who are awesome at the table, so that wouldnt really work. ;)

What of Nani Pratt's fifth star?

The former Indiana VS ... Tracy, got hers at Gencon this year as well.


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Seth Gipson wrote:
Purple Fluffy CatBunnyGnome wrote:
I'm on people's lists?

You are the only female 5-star GM (so far). People probably associate that with being fun at the table.

I was going to make a crack about them being really wrong, but I already put you on my list of people who are awesome at the table, so that wouldnt really work. ;)

Lol ... people don't know me ... I'm either really on.. or it's an off day ... mostly I'm out to have fun so it's a good thing.. ask Kyle tho ... he knows how horrible I am on a bad day...


I would like to play with anyone. Even with me disagreeing with netopalis I still found him fun to play with. Too bad we did not have a more engaging DM though.

You can learn something from everyone and I excited to learn new ideas and such.

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Paz wrote:

There are too many North American personalities to single people out.

I lament the fact that I've not had chance to play at a table GMed by Thod or Dave Harrison yet; maybe that will change in 2014.

I am surprised that Richard Pett hasn't been mentioned in the thread so far; his running of WBG2 at PaizoCon UK this year was glorious...

It has to be said that the playing was extremely, extremely glorious. And perhaps a tad disturbing:)

Mnnnnnnnarrrrrr!

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Majuba wrote:
Paz wrote:
I am surprised that Richard Pett hasn't been mentioned in the thread so far; his running of WBG2 at PaizoCon UK this year was glorious...

*Thoroughly* enjoyed his running of The Gravebinder's Daughter at PaizoCon 2012.

You bring back fine memories Majuba.

I must say that running a Wolfgang Baur adventure in a circus tent in the United States and having such fun is a glorious and surreal moment, particularly with such a grand group of players.

We must do that again sometime:)

I totally share your view on Boomer...beware, once he knows where you live, it's all downhill from there.

Rich

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I must add that anything run by Logue is something totally unreal, disturbing and unique...

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Mark Seifter wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:
Mark Seifter wrote:
John Compton wrote:
"Deadliest Couple in PFS," as they are wont to say.
Hahaha, Nani told me she liked that when I called them that in a PM, but I didn't know that it spread. I think Linda and I are second with a total of 9 stars!
Kristen and I are right behind you with 8.
Well, we've played with Nani and Kyle's crew (and under Nani for Gencon Season 3 Special) and it was a blast both times. Maybe we should play with you guys! Linda just hit 4 about a week ago, so depending where you guys both are, you might hit 10 first. A lot depends on when Kingmaker and Council of Thieves are back-sanctioned, since those are Linda's APs.

Im currently at 142 and I think Kristen has about 129.

I thought Kristen and I only had to worry about Kyle and Nani getting to be the first married couple five stars. But I didnt know about you two, or Tracey and Greg being so close at the time, either. Didnt realize we had so much competition. :P

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Seth Gipson wrote:
Mark Seifter wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:
Mark Seifter wrote:
John Compton wrote:
"Deadliest Couple in PFS," as they are wont to say.
Hahaha, Nani told me she liked that when I called them that in a PM, but I didn't know that it spread. I think Linda and I are second with a total of 9 stars!
Kristen and I are right behind you with 8.
Well, we've played with Nani and Kyle's crew (and under Nani for Gencon Season 3 Special) and it was a blast both times. Maybe we should play with you guys! Linda just hit 4 about a week ago, so depending where you guys both are, you might hit 10 first. A lot depends on when Kingmaker and Council of Thieves are back-sanctioned, since those are Linda's APs.

Im currently at 142 and I think Kristen has about 129.

I thought Kristen and I only had to worry about Kyle and Nani getting to be the first married couple five stars. But I didnt know about you two, or Tracey and Greg being so close at the time, either. Didnt realize we had so much competition. :P

Well in that case, I doubt John can sanction APs fast enough for Linda to make up the deficit (plus we aren't married), so I think you guys probably have it unless John reveals his plan to use a batch of John-ulacrums to get ahead on all his various duties.

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

Mattastrophic wrote:

I am actually quite intrigued by Netopalis's GMing style, as it seems that he just might enjoy in-character interaction as much as I do.

I'm also pretty curious about playing with Rogue Eidolon and this "Linda" he keeps referring to.

-Matt

Oh, hey, thanks! Didn't expect to get a mention in here. I'm planning on GMming at Origins, GenCon, CharCon and Mysticon this year, so, if you go to any of those, track me down!

As far as who I would like to play with...

Rogue Eidolon: His guides were instrumental in helping me understand how to build characters, and his posts are always insightful.

Chris Mortika: Even though we often have disagreements, I think it would be very interesting to see how Chris handles a table. I always enjoy seeing things from other viewpoints.

PBFG: Thea's given me a lot of advice over the years, and it sounds like it'd be a blast to play at her table.

Thursty: His last 3 scenarios have been out-of-the-ballpark hits, as far as I'm concerned, and I would LOVE to play one of them with him GMming.

As far as (quasi)celebrities go...I'd like to play a game GMmed by the Dark Room guy. Check out the video.

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Lolwut, I'm on the list of two people?! D'awwwww, thanks! :D

I think my dream table would be:

-Jason Bulmahn
-Gary McBride
-Big Kyle
-Tim Hitchcock
-Lora Dora Massey

Just because there would be so much drinking, the game would have to be amazing!

Grand Lodge

Mark Seifter wrote:
(plus we aren't married

Meh, whatever. 'Couple', then. ;)

5/5

Seth Gipson wrote:
Mark Seifter wrote:
(plus we aren't married
Meh, whatever. 'Couple', then. ;)

Good--all these unfettered eidolons built from John Compton clones I've been growing in my lab so far have turned out to be really good at sanctioning APs but not as good at officiating weddings.

2/5

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Ever since GMing The Harrowing for my group a year or so ago, I have always thought it would be great to have Crystal Frasier as a GM for a non-PFS sanctioned game; letting her go "off the rails" creativity-wise and let her expand that module to her heart's desire.

Grand Lodge 5/5 Regional Venture-Coordinator, Baltic

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I've had the privilege to play with a lot of people that are on everyones list! :-) No one has mentioned Painlord yet. That's just wrong.

My list:

I'd like to play a game with Bob Jonquet again and hope his character isn't asleep or paralyzed for 95% of the adventure.

Any 5 star GM I haven't played with before.

Any author I haven't played with before.

Any VC/VL I haven't played with before.

Any one else I haven't played with before.

Grand Lodge 5/5 Venture-Captain, Arizona—Phoenix aka TriOmegaZero

Judging by my Warhorn lots of people want to play my games. I don't know if that's just due to the games being available rather than me being the one to run them....


TriOmegaZero wrote:
Judging by my Warhorn lots of people want to play my games. I don't know if that's just due to the games being available rather than me being the one to run them....

I have a similar situation and I'm pretty confident it's mostly the availability factor, especially based on the number of people who register then don't show up. :P

Venture-Captain, Nebraska—Omaha aka downerbeautiful

TriOmegaZero wrote:
Judging by my Warhorn lots of people want to play my games. I don't know if that's just due to the games being available rather than me being the one to run them....
Patrick Harris @ MU wrote:
I have a similar situation and I'm pretty confident it's mostly the availability factor, especially based on the number of people who register then don't show up. :P

I can only speak for myself, of course, but it's only partially a matter of the games being available. You both are active on the forums here, as are many other people on the above list, which tends to shroud you in this enigma. You both typically appear to have some sense of humor and grasp of game mechanics (again, so do many people on this list) which makes "sitting" at your table desirable. If you were just another anon (like me) I don't think anyone would really care who you were and whether you were running a game.

TOZ, honestly I felt surprised, honored, and intimidated when you signed up for one my my tables. Mr. Harris you were the selling point for Waking Rune for playing at your Waking Rune table.

People seem to want to play with/under someone who demonstrates a unique personality and integrity. That or you gain a kind of celebrity status, however infamous it may be, such as the one Mr. Baird has.

For the most part this list contains popular forum people, and that's cool. I'd love to sit at a table where Mr. Baird GMs one of the scenarios he wrote because, and I mean this with respect, I think they are terrible scenarios. Terrible in the deadly, I just want to kill PCs and make people cry, kind of way, which is how I like to run them. And I've loved what all I've read/run of his; they make me happy.

At the end of the day, though, I'd just like to sit at a table with my friends and play; no randos, no walk-ins, just a group of three, a pre-gen, and a GM, and have a really good time.

Shadow Lodge

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downerbeautiful wrote:
At the end of the day, though, I'd just like to sit at a table with my friends and play; no randos, no walk-ins, just a group of three, a pre-gen, and a GM, and have a really good time.

I was going to try that once, but my wife wouldn't let me use her stuffed animals.

Grand Lodge 5/5 Venture-Captain, Arizona—Phoenix aka TriOmegaZero

downerbeautiful wrote:
TOZ, honestly I felt surprised, honored, and intimidated when you signed up for one my my tables.

You should have my wife at your table, she'd dispel all of those notions about me pretty quick. ;)


downerbeautiful wrote:
kind things

Aww, I'm blushing. Thank you. :)

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My list:
TOZ
Jim Groves
Neil Spicer
Del Collins
Mike Welham
Nani Pratt
Liz Courts
Crystal Frasier

Shadow Lodge 5/5 5/5 Regional Venture-Coordinator, Northwest aka WalterGM

Thurston Hillman wrote:

Lolwut, I'm on the list of two people?! D'awwwww, thanks! :D

I think my dream table would be:

-Jason Bulmahn
-Gary McBride
-Big Kyle
-Tim Hitchcock
-Lora Dora Massey

Just because there would be so much drinking, the game would have to be amazing!

I like how you left the 6th spot for me Thursty! That's so sweet :)

Grand Lodge 5/5 Venture-Captain, Arizona—Phoenix aka TriOmegaZero

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Christina Stiles wrote:

My list:

TOZ

The 31st! It's still happening!

Also, Liz Courts is Best GM.

Paizo Employee Starfinder Society Developer

Walter Sheppard wrote:
Thurston Hillman wrote:

Lolwut, I'm on the list of two people?! D'awwwww, thanks! :D

I think my dream table would be:

-Jason Bulmahn
-Gary McBride
-Big Kyle
-Tim Hitchcock
-Lora Dora Massey

Just because there would be so much drinking, the game would have to be amazing!

I like how you left the 6th spot for me Thursty! That's so sweet :)

Mike Brock.

OH SNAP SON! ;)

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Auke Teeninga wrote:

I'd like to play a game with Bob Jonquet again and hope his character isn't asleep or paralyzed for 95% of the adventure.

This is probably the best roleplaying story I have ever heard. As such, I would like to personally thank John Compton for his contributions to making that story possible, so I could enjoy hearing it. :P

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Mark Seifter wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:
Mark Seifter wrote:
(plus we aren't married
Meh, whatever. 'Couple', then. ;)
Good--all these unfettered eidolons built from John Compton clones I've been growing in my lab so far have turned out to be really good at sanctioning APs but not as good at officiating weddings.

That, sir, is because the eidolons don't know about my previous acts of marriage officiation. Officiating weddings is great fun.

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John Compton wrote:
Mark Seifter wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:
Mark Seifter wrote:
(plus we aren't married
Meh, whatever. 'Couple', then. ;)
Good--all these unfettered eidolons built from John Compton clones I've been growing in my lab so far have turned out to be really good at sanctioning APs but not as good at officiating weddings.
That, sir, is because the eidolons don't know about my previous acts of marriage officiation. Officiating weddings is great fun.

Blast! I knew I needed the most recent clones. That's what I get trusting that ad. "Compton Clones: Guaranteed Fresh Since the Last Time Compton Leveled Up", it said. Bah! I'm never shopping at Nani's Discount Clone Store again!

Well, we'll just have to wait for those John-ulacrums then. It's recently been snowing around here, so that will help with gathering the materials.

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Netopalis wrote:


Oh, hey, thanks! Didn't expect to get a mention in here. I'm planning on GMming at Origins, GenCon, CharCon and Mysticon this year, so, if you go to any of those, track me down!

Mysticon? I'm scheduled to be a gaming guest there. I will see if I can get in a game with you.

Shadow Lodge 5/5 5/5 Regional Venture-Coordinator, Northwest aka WalterGM

Thurston Hillman wrote:
Walter Sheppard wrote:
Thurston Hillman wrote:

Lolwut, I'm on the list of two people?! D'awwwww, thanks! :D

I think my dream table would be:

-Jason Bulmahn
-Gary McBride
-Big Kyle
-Tim Hitchcock
-Lora Dora Massey

Just because there would be so much drinking, the game would have to be amazing!

I like how you left the 6th spot for me Thursty! That's so sweet :)

Mike Brock.

OH SNAP SON! ;)

It's alright, I'm sure that Melissa would have gotten seated before me anyway :P


Purple Fluffy CatBunnyGnome wrote:
ask Kyle tho ... he knows how horrible I am on a bad day...

All that glitter..

Liberty's Edge 5/5 5/5 Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

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I don't have anyone I really want to play with, but there is a place I want to Play at.

Drogon's Enchanted Grounds


Dragnmoon wrote:

there is a place I want to Play at.

Drogon's Enchanted Grounds

Hell. Yes. It sounds pretty awesome.

Sovereign Court

Patrick Harris @ MU wrote:
Dragnmoon wrote:

there is a place I want to Play at.

Drogon's Enchanted Grounds

Hell. Yes. It sounds pretty awesome.

It is pretty awesome. It's my go-to place for comics, drinks, sometimes food, and always Pathfinder when my work schedule allows.

After having played with the likes of Compton, Baird, Miller, Auke, TOZ, Pirate Rob, and Drogon (not to mention the great people locally), my wish list is pretty small. Though I would not mind playing with a certain Purple Fluffy CatBunnyGnome or the big Brock. Preferably alongside Sir Brock. I don't think my characters have the stones to survive any game he runs...


Patrick Harris @ MU wrote:
Dragnmoon wrote:

there is a place I want to Play at.

Drogon's Enchanted Grounds

Hell. Yes. It sounds pretty awesome.

But I hate it because it is awesome and far away from me!

Paizo Employee Starfinder Society Developer

Walter Sheppard wrote:


It's alright, I'm sure that Melissa would have gotten seated before me anyway :P

Yeah, that was my first thought too. But then Brock complained to me about not being on the list :)

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John Compton wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:
Purple Fluffy CatBunnyGnome wrote:
I'm on people's lists?

You are the only female 5-star GM (so far). People probably associate that with being fun at the table.

I was going to make a crack about them being really wrong, but I already put you on my list of people who are awesome at the table, so that wouldnt really work. ;)

What of Nani Pratt's fifth star?

Or Kristies down here in Florida?

Scarab Sages

Paz wrote:

There are too many North American personalities to single people out.

I lament the fact that I've not had chance to play at a table GMed by Thod or Dave Harrison yet; maybe that will change in 2014.

I am surprised that Richard Pett hasn't been mentioned in the thread so far; his running of WBG2 at PaizoCon UK this year was glorious...

Richard Pett wrote:

It has to be said that the playing was extremely, extremely glorious. And perhaps a tad disturbing:)

Mnnnnnnnarrrrrr!

I'll bet you never predicted that use for the codpiece, when you added it to my equipment!

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Holy necro batman. But, seeing as I'm interested in the subject title. I would enjoy getting the chance to be on a table with

-Walter Shepard
-Azmyth
-TOZ
-Kyle Baird
-John Compton
-Andi
-Chris Mortika
-Mattastrophic
-Lady Ophelia(Again)
-Kyshkumen(Every week)

There are probably quite a few I'm forgetting, but so far my PFS experience has been rather sheltered, so I really want to get the chance to branch out and play with many more different styles of GMs.

Grand Lodge 5/5 Venture-Captain, Arizona—Phoenix aka TriOmegaZero

My one player table this year ended up being with Walter, and he did a fantastic job. I kind of felt bad that I was a little off getting into character, but those high tier games can get really bogged with the combats.

I also managed to attend rknop's table which was equally impressive. I think the only person that might stand out among my gotta-catch-em-all policy at the moment is Lady O, after bantering with her between tables. Next year I may back off on the GMing just so I can experience more of our excellent GM community. :)

5/5

Walter has always struck me as the most sensible, level headed and helpful of the 5* GM's who post regularly on here and they are all qualities which make for a great GM. It would be cool to play at his table.

Sovereign Court Owner - Enchanted Grounds, President/Owner - Enchanted Grounds

TriOmegaZero wrote:
I also managed to attend rknop's table which was equally impressive.

He was my GM for Stolen Heir, and was awesome. I was pretty nervous about going into an out-of-state convention (my first ever) as a player, and his table was my first one (after Frank Mentzer's table). His play style immediately set me at ease, and my wife and I had a blast. I'll be hoping he makes it next year and will be watching for him.

After chatting with people and wandering around Paizocon this year, I think the one person I want at my table the most is Kyle Elliot. Just during idle conversation the number of voices and faces he would bust out was impressive. I can only imagine how much fun he'd be as a GM.

Otherwise my list is pretty much "Anyone I've chatted with here on the boards whom I have yet to meet and play with." I'm very interested in seeing what all these people I trade opinions and advice with are like.

Shadow Lodge 5/5 5/5 Regional Venture-Coordinator, Northwest aka WalterGM

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Drogon wrote:


After chatting with people and wandering around Paizocon this year, I think the one person I want at my table the most is Kyle Elliot. Just during idle conversation the number of voices and faces he would bust out was impressive. I can only imagine how much fun he'd be as a GM.

Kyle Elliot is an outstanding person.

He drove 6 hours one way to run Eyes of the Ten over a long weekend for my players and I, he's opened his home to me and many more over the last few Paizocons, and he's consistently one of the best GM's I've ever had the pleasure of sitting with.

If you get the chance, give this man 5 hours of your time in exchange for one of the best table experiences you'll ever get.

Scarab Sages 5/5 5/5 Venture-Captain, Washington—Spokane

Auke Teeninga wrote:

I've had the privilege to play with a lot of people that are on everyones list! :-) No one has mentioned Painlord yet. That's just wrong.

My list:

I'd like to play a game with Bob Jonquet again and hope his character isn't asleep or paralyzed for 95% of the adventure.

Any 5 star GM I haven't played with before.

Any author I haven't played with before.

Any VC/VL I haven't played with before.

Any one else I haven't played with before.

I would have to agree with this as playing under different GMs is awesome as each one can give you something to take away to add to your own arsenal and make you a better GM.

Scarab Sages

Kurthnaga wrote:
Holy necro batman.

Yeah, sorry about that.

I'd done a search on posts relating to 'We Be Goblins' to check if/when part 3 was imminent, and to remind myself which players played which PCs in part 2, so we could get the gang back together.

That post was too good not to reply to.

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