Valentine's Day Scenario


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Anyone have a good suggestions for a scenario to run on Valentine's Day? Maybe a find-the-lost love, or a Romeo/Juliet situation?

Grand Lodge **** Venture-Agent, Colorado—Denver aka roll4initiative

#4-09 The Blakros Matrimony

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, Arizona—Phoenix aka TriOmegaZero

3-16 The Midnight Mauler

The Exchange *****

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#4-08 Cultists' Kiss

(Be sure to bring candy hearts to the game - evil laugh)

Shadow Lodge ***** Venture-Agent, Texas—Dallas & Ft. Worth aka Azothath

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Investigators and spymasters in Reign of Winter (From Russia with Luv)

scenario #4-10 has free candy(1st time is FREE) and delicious cookies(probably like those Keebler sugar wafers made by tiny elves...).

Silver Crusade ***** ⦵⦵⦵ Venture-Captain, Indiana—Southern aka CanisDirus

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Free RPG Day Module: Dawn of the Scarlet Sun

Guaranteed to involve at least one "broken" heart ;)

Shadow Lodge ***** Venture-Agent, Texas—Dallas & Ft. Worth aka Azothath

hmmm... romantic love dosn't seem to be a topic that any scenario took on. PCs tend to be combative and so the tasks tend to run along those lines.
Romantic love isn't really modelled in the game, there's no skill or feat for it other than a +1 to 2 bonus with characters that might be attracted to a character with a specific trait or feat.
Thus we get the humorously snarky responses.

4-09 Blakros Matrimony, 0-27 Our Lady of Silver... weddings... that tend to go sideways and Pathfinders help out. Apparently there's a scene in the Kingmaker AP... So that's probably the most on topic.


Doesn't Night March of Kalkamedes get the Pathfinders involved because of a VC being "personally involved?"

Grand Lodge **** Venture-Agent, Colorado—Denver aka roll4initiative

RealAlchemy wrote:
Doesn't Night March of Kalkamedes get the Pathfinders involved because of a VC being "personally involved?"

Ohhh. That is a good one. Especially the ending.

Scarab Sages ****

9-03 On the Border of War has a minor side story that involves romantic love. Though it is a very small part of the actual scenario, and something you would have to embellish in roleplaying the NPCs involved.

EDIT: And if I remember correctly, 2-14 Chasm of Screams delves into

Spoiler:
Osprey's love life.


Stephen Ross wrote:

hmmm... romantic love dosn't seem to be a topic that any scenario took on. PCs tend to be combative and so the tasks tend to run along those lines.

Romantic love isn't really modelled in the game, there's no skill or feat for it other than a +1 to 2 bonus with characters that might be attracted to a character with a specific trait or feat.
Thus we get the humorously snarky responses.

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I could tell the story of my (now seeker) rogue slipping an Aspis agent an elixir of love because we were told to resolve the situation nonviolently.

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I'm sure in starfinder an author will broach Skittermander Luv

so many lives saved through a dance off in The Dalsine Affair or Elven Entanglement...

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