What adventures are people playtesting with?


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I'm looking for some suggestions here. I'd like to playtest the new classes over a short span of time when my main group will be on break due to the holidays, and I'd like to do the test as "snapshots" of a Starfinder group's career so we can try out builds at different levels of play.

I think I know what I'll be running as the low-level starter adventure, but everything I've run with my current group (who have just hit level 11) has been homebrew and I'd like to explore doing this with some published adventures. Does anyone have experience with published adventures they recommend for mid-level (7 -14) and high-level (15 and up) play?


Well, there are always the Starfinder Society Scenarios. They're self contained and offer various levels of play.


Starfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Quest: Into the Unknown to get them rolling.

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For my PbP run, I decided to do SFS #1-27 King Xeros of Star Azlant, which we'll be doing level 8. It looks like it will be a really fun adventure. We'll be starting tomorrow.

Hmm

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Hmm wrote:

For my PbP run, I decided to do SFS #1-27 King Xeros of Star Azlant, which we'll be doing level 8. It looks like it will be a really fun adventure. We'll be starting tomorrow.

Hmm

Same! But on roll20 :) level 8 ysoki vanguard.

Also Yesteryears Sorrow with a level 4 ysoki Vanguard.

I want to see the progression and what options open up between levels. Keep some continuity in my playtest experience.

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