The Licktoad goblins of Brinestump Marsh have stumbled upon a great treasure—fireworks! Yet unfortunately for them, the tribe member responsible for the discovery has already been exiled for the abhorrent crime of writing (which every goblin knows steals words from your head). To remedy this situation, the Licktoads’ leader, His Mighty Girthness Chief Rendwattle Gutwad, has declared that the greatest heroes of the tribe must venture forth to retrieve the rest of the fireworks from a derelict ship stranded in the marsh. In order to prove themselves as the Licktoads’ bravest goblins, the PCs must complete a series of dangerous dares, from swallowing bull slugs and braving the dreaded Earbiter to dancing with Squealy Nord himself. Yet even once they’ve proven their mettle, the adventure is just beginning. For the ship in question is far from uninhabited, and Vorka the cannibal goblin would like nothing better than a few tasty visitors....
Please sign up on WARHORN (and don't forget to send me the information below). If you newly register on Warhorn you'll also need to sign up to Play in a session slot (sometimes people forget to do this).
If you need to drop out, please be courteous enough to drop by Withdrawing from the session (as soon as you know) on Warhorn so an Alternate can move up on the play list.
After signing up, please send me the following information at bgoldstein14[at]hotmail[dot]com:
*First/Second choice of Goblins (Rogue, Cleric, Fighter, Alchemist)
*PFS # (to character you plan on having credit applied)
*Faction (to character you plan on having credit applied)
[Tokens will be provided for you]
Because you mentioned it, I'm curious - do you regularly get a player or two who drop out without withdrawing/notice?
Unfortunately, it does happen when a player is simply a no-show. I don't think some players realize that if they give the GM little or no warning that they won't be at the table, that it can be very difficult (even if there's a waitlist) to fill a spot. With this type of game which has four specific pregens, it would be not a desirable thing to have a table of 3 and having the GM run one of those pregens...at least in my view.