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I get that the low level games draw in new players. But well, they don't need new scenarios to play organized play. Part of the fun of the game is the idea of advancement, and its more than a little disheartening to sit down for a level 1-4 in season 9 knowing there won't be a 10. Doubly so when you know there won't be anything BUT low level play for the following year while the society builds up its level base.
For me and most of the folks I know, interest waned for PFS in general and utterly collapsed for low level PFS in that last year. You make a character that's going to take a few levels to come together and.. they're never going to get there.
So what do you say? A few less trips to the mall and a few more chances to punch pantheons in the face Or ride a comet into the sun? Or ride a comet into the sun while punching pantheons in the face?
|thistledown Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco Bay Area North & East|
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Thirded! I've been playing since Starfinder Society launched, and have a lvl 12, a lvl 13, and a lvl 14 SFS Character, so it'd great to be able to blow the dust off those worthies for a fancy send off.
Oh man, wouldn't it be cool if some high-level Starfinder Society shenanigans actually precipitated some of the lore/cosmology updates that are coming?
"Look, yes, Zon-Kuthon and Shelyn are now Zon-Shelyn. For more information, play SFS 7-99: Love Beyond the (Event) Horizon, launching PaizoCon 2025!"
|Damian West Venture-Agent, Texas—Dallas & Ft. Worth|
Some more higher-level adventures would be fun! My very first SFS PC (and still my favorite!) is currently in a PBP that will take her out of the 9-12 tier, and she's already played both level 11-14 scenarios. (Though I still have at least a couple more 9-12's to check off with my second-oldest PC.)
|CorvusMask Venture-Agent, Finland—Tampere|