This will be the second half of the "Crypt of the Everflame" sanctioned module, the second of a series of four modules. I have two open slots for any interested players. This module is for 1st and 2nd level characters.
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Quick question will there be room for my laptop and a place to plug it in with netaccess? as all of my stuff is on my pc. i had to sell my books a while back due to some bad times but I bought the book/pdf combos so I still have those.
0 · June 18, 2013
As I look around It seems that There are no chars over level 12? As The most fun for me is found in the higher level adventures, assuming I can get someone to live that long, This may not be for me.... Ill check up here to see what information gets posted. However I do intend to at least try.
0 · June 17, 2013
I'm fairly new to Pathfinder Society play Jason but it is my understanding that PFS characters top out at twelfth level. Which is unfortunate as I too would love to play a first to twenty+ long term campaign/adventure path. But you make due with what's available.
Jason and Mike, your information is a bit dated. Please download and read the free pdf "Guide to Pathfinder Society Organized Play" from Paizo, or look at the one I already have posted in the "More - Files" section of this Meetup. Characters can now advance beyond level 12, but the options for higher level play are limited to one high-level four-part series, high level modules, and parts of some of the adventure paths. I personally have a 14th level wizard and a 12th level druid, in addition to 7 other characters strung out between 2nd and 10th level. However, there are no shortcuts to 12+ level play, at least not in official PFS, you have to work your way up from first level. Unofficial home games, so long as they're not intended to be reported and no PFS characters get chronicle sheets, can of course be run as you see fit. However, this Meetup is just for official PFS games and the occasional one-time "I'm looking for players for an adventure path/home game" messages.
1 · June 17, 2013
I pretty much always play support roles. Clerics, Rangers, Druids, or the like. Mostly Wisdom based. Once in a blue moon ill play some sort of Arcane class. Not a fan of Melee unless its fancy and involves magic :)
Not that you can have too many Magi, but I think Mike S. is playing one. Personally I would never discourage anyone who actually volunteers to play a Cleric from doing so. :)
Magus being the only class Ive had a chance to play more than 1 session with. the one other time i got to play and not GM, The GM let his whole world go down the drain by making the creature we where supposed to chase to the adventure summoned. I was playing a cleric built to deal with Summoned and Divine beings and actually roleplaying sooooooo lets say we never made it to said adventure.I will take some time looking through my books. If there is ever something you need though I am always willing to give something a try.
All of my books are on computer at this time, I need to know The rules for creation of a char. What books I can draw from and the like. This will be my first Official, non homegrown game.
Character creation rules are in the free pdf "Guide to Pathfinder Society Organized Play" available from Paizo.com. All the specifics about what is legal or illegal is listed in the frequently-updated Additional Resources section of the website, broken down book-by-book. http://paizo.com/path... You'll need to go to Paizo to create an account (if you don't have one, then join the Pathfinder Society and get a PFS number (for example, #93,321), after which you register your first character (which will become 93,321-1).
Im having trouble getting a log in. It redirects me and says that I will get a temporary card at my first event? Ill try again later.
Hey Joseph, this is mod #2 and FEAST OF RAVENMOOR is mod #3, so what will be mod #4?
0 · June 16, 2013
Need to move out of my apartment NLT this day. I will be available for later dates.
0 · June 7, 2013
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