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Mikael Sebag wrote:
Four's Company - A four-person party led by someone (nick)named Four. Obviously, any number but two works (or three if you're avoiding dated references).

While I'll be avoiding this thread in the future to avoid spoilers (I didn't realize that this wasn't a generic thread until after having clicked on it, and then glancing up just now to re-read the title), having just come up with a party recently (more as a thought-exercise than anything else), we* settled on the (somewhat tentative) highly unimaginative title, "The Company of Six" - I dunno, in a group with two fighters, two barbarians, a sorcerer (who thinks he's a priest), and a cleric (the nominal leader), it just seemed to kind of fit.

* My wife and I. We don't have any other players 'round here, dang it! Give us more players in Ocala!

You could go the Alias route and call the group SD-6 or to borrow a little strictly The Alliance of 6.

I was all like, "Oh, hey, The NPC in a thread I dott'd, cool, then I was like "Dang it!" when I realized what thread this was. Sigh. But nifty idea nonetheless. Thanks! :D

Quasi-edit: Arg! It's soooooo haaaaard noooot to reeeaaaad...

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My group went with The Lamp Rubbers.


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Tacticslion wrote:
The NPC wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Mikael Sebag wrote:
Four's Company - A four-person party led by someone (nick)named Four. Obviously, any number but two works (or three if you're avoiding dated references).

While I'll be avoiding this thread in the future to avoid spoilers (I didn't realize that this wasn't a generic thread until after having clicked on it, and then glancing up just now to re-read the title), having just come up with a party recently (more as a thought-exercise than anything else), we* settled on the (somewhat tentative) highly unimaginative title, "The Company of Six" - I dunno, in a group with two fighters, two barbarians, a sorcerer (who thinks he's a priest), and a cleric (the nominal leader), it just seemed to kind of fit.

* My wife and I. We don't have any other players 'round here, dang it! Give us more players in Ocala!

You could go the Alias route and call the group SD-6 or to borrow a little strictly The Alliance of 6.

I was all like, "Oh, hey, The NPC in a thread I dott'd, cool, then I was like "Dang it!" when I realized what thread this was. Sigh. But nifty idea nonetheless. Thanks! :D

Quasi-edit: Arg! It's soooooo haaaaard noooot to reeeaaaad...

Tee hee...


My group went with Pharoah's Fist.

A group of five wherein the spiritual leader of their group is a Cleric of Irori.


Army of Two. Dwarf urban barbarian 2/Alchemist++,Half elf Cleric of Nethys.

Silver Crusade

The Oracle in my party brought up the name 'The Noble Hand' I'm not sure if that's meta taunt or sheer luck.


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We have not started this one yet but in the past we always have had an "unofficial" group name:

Rise of the Runelords - Lords of Rannick
Serpent's Skull - Trailblazers
Carrion Crown - Pallbearers


My group are all of an evil bent!
Human Grave Walker Witch Plague Patron worshipper of Set
Dampier Wizard Enchanter worshipper of Set
Human Bone Oracle deity unknown
We call ourselves the Shadow Serpents


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Alpha Gang
Ursula (middle aged witch)
Zander (elven Bard)
Edd (Lashunta (male) Magus
Dr. Z (Zekial) Gnome Summoner with a T-Rex like Eidalon and a thing for dinosaurs

tomorrow we make a rival group and see which one we like better:)
whichever we don't choose will be our main rivals:)

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Since our last campaign ended in a TPK (total pirate kill), we started up Mummy's Mask, and our group chose the adventuring party name Shining Scarab.

We have a human witch, a human druid, a human ranger, an elf fighter, a human cleric, and a human oracle. Two members of the party worship Sarenrae (Shining) and all of the group are from Osirion and wish to see their culture preserved (Scarab).

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Adam Daigle wrote:

Since our last campaign ended in a TPK (total pirate kill), we started up Mummy's Mask, and our group chose the adventuring party name Shining Scarab.

We have a human witch, a human druid, a human ranger, an elf fighter, a human cleric, and a human oracle. Two members of the party worship Sarenrae (Shining) and all of the group are from Osirion and wish to see their culture preserved (Scarab).

Rubs hands together excitedly

What a handsome and interesting group!

I am excited to see how Professor McCreary, ahem.. entertains you with our plethora of dynamic challenges. Watch that first step.

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Jim Groves wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:

Since our last campaign ended in a TPK (total pirate kill), we started up Mummy's Mask, and our group chose the adventuring party name Shining Scarab.

We have a human witch, a human druid, a human ranger, an elf fighter, a human cleric, and a human oracle. Two members of the party worship Sarenrae (Shining) and all of the group are from Osirion and wish to see their culture preserved (Scarab).

Rubs hands together excitedly

What a handsome and interesting group!

I am excited to see how Professor McCreary, ahem.. entertains you with our plethora of dynamic challenges. Watch that first step.

Ooh! I left out the seventh member of our group—my character's scorpion vermin companion!

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I'm planning to lobby for something like "The Old Ways" or something similar. Given that half of the party has been created and we've got one follower of Anubis and two followers of Bastet, I'd say things are looking pretty good for that idea.


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We have a group of Abadar worshipers that use Golden Bolt.

When the deity book came out, one of my older groups, who all worshiped Irori, wanted to rename their group. The two "face" characters were Tyre and Mack. The wanted Rebus Mack and Tyre.

The most fun group we have was all minitaur themed and ran with Bovine Intervention.

-Doomn


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So far my group has been using Plundercats.


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The Empty Children

Go from tomb to tomb saying "Are you my mummy?"

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So my PC was slotted to be a Pathfinder, just like her father. But events transpired during her first mission and she was left for dead. Her father had her body recovered and revived, but the process left a nasty black spiderweb scar across her face and neck. The experience left her with distaste for the Society, so she headed to foreign lands to make her fortune.

After meeting with some like-minded individuals, they formed a group and entered the lottery to explore the necropolis. At the registration table, they were told their team needed a name. Short on both time and ideas, someone in the party blurted out "Pharasma's Kiss," after the necrotic scar on her neck.

Perfect.

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Mohd Nisar wrote:

So far my group has been using Plundercats.

Oh God my players would take avantage of every opportunity to yell out PLUNDERCATS HOOOOOOOO!


Pan wrote:
Mohd Nisar wrote:

So far my group has been using Plundercats.

Oh God my players would take avantage of every opportunity to yell out PLUNDERCATS HOOOOOOOO!

Yep, can't avoid a bit of that one. Their other big choice was, ahem, Hogan-Tep's Heroes.

In-character, they use the Gyrefalcons, since actually telling the church of Pharasma that they're the Plundercats would probably be a bit... inappropriate. But that's just a DBA, really.


Our group was initially going to go by Pharaoh's Favoured, but decided that maybe the local populace might take offense to these foreigners claiming to be the favoured of their leaders.
They went with Fortune's Favoured. The Harrower in the party dug it a lot more. The mercenary types in the party have a different understanding of "fortune," but they dig it nonetheless.

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PhineasGage wrote:

Our group was initially going to go by Pharaoh's Favoured, but decided that maybe the local populace might take offense to these foreigners claiming to be the favoured of their leaders.

They went with Fortune's Favoured. The Harrower in the party dug it a lot more. The mercenary types in the party have a different understanding of "fortune," but they dig it nonetheless.

Fortunes Favoured I like that. You can steal Avery Brooks line from DS9 "Fortune favors the bold!"

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We finally started last week. Players settled on the Dune Vipers

Scarab Sages Owner - Game Knight

We were immediately sold at the suggestion of: Raiders of the Lost Ankh


Our group does not take much seriously. Our name...Flumpfs in a Blanket. One of our members had brooches made up. I think I may have a banner made... Now of I can figure out how to get my sorcerer to have a Flumpf familiar.


The group I'm GM'ing for chose The Company of the Golden Lynx .


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The group I'm GM'ing selected the name "Murder Hobo Suicide Squad" because they felt like it fit what every Pathfinder party is. They go through, they kill everyone, they have no homes and it's basically a giant suicide mission every time they enter a dungeon. It's become a permanent phrase for what a Pathfinder party is.


My party has only 3 players so gm gave us a npc that we made together. It is a witch and as we were looking at familiar we picked monkey and then the archetype sage, the rest of the party is not that smart so likely we will be following the monkeys advice. So we picked the name monkeys paw. I hope things won't go badly for us.


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We went with Special Wati Archaeology Team and we have jackets that say S.W.A.T. on the backs!


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The party I'm GMing for went with Lucky's Raiders
Lucky (human,bard(Archaeologist)) being the talkative face of the party and therefore defacto leader

Lucky died at the end of last session, so not sure if the group will change name or leave it as a honorific to there dear fallen comrade or as it more likely just never bother changing it


The group I'm GMing for is the Varrus Vanguard. One of the party members is a wealthy Taldan nobleman named Constantine Varrus. He took the rich parents trait and the idea is he's funding the expedition and has hired/ recruited the other members. (Which in and of itself is pretty funny, as the group consists of an incredibly cursed teenaged oracle, a teenaged paladin who is saving up for her future wedding, and an elderly halfling shaman. He's not good at finding typical adventurers.)


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Iron Scarab.

My players chose it; I quite like it.

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Driftwood Wardens


My group went with the Necropolis Knights, which was the second suggestion to come up. It's a little cheesy, but much better than the name one of the players decided to call our group in Strange Aeons, which was the Ghost Beaters.


Since two players chose catfolk, and one was going to be a Rakshasa-spawn tiefling before zey had to bow out, they decided to run with The Ossuary Cats.

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