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First Steps—Part III: A Vision of Betrayal

A Pathfinder Society Scenario designed for 1st level characters.

Dispatched on an envoy mission overland from Absalom to port city Escadar, you must weather the harsh wilderness of the Isle of Kortos before you can hope to meet with the representative of the elusive gillmen, and only then come face to face with the greatest threat to the Pathfinder Society.

Written by Larry Wilhelm.

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  • Amanda Day H.

    If you feel like you need another GM I could possible run. It will give me more practice for Winter Fantasy.

    January 7, 2013

    • Matt H.

      bahaha, well honestly, if Amanda wants to run I'd rather let her GM. She's run it before, can use the practice for winter fantasy, and I'm just happy to get credit as a player.

      January 7, 2013

    • Jeremiah W.

      Ok, so Matt still feels special for getting to play vs. GM. Amanda, if you wanna run a second table, that'd be great. I think that makes a win-win-win-win situation! (Matt gets to play, You get practice, FGS gets more potential costomers in-store, and I get a second table for First Steps)

      January 7, 2013

  • Trevor K.

    Rogue 1 - Need to level before Marscon :)

    January 4, 2013

  • Jeremiah W.

    I spoke with Will and we are good on Tuesdays for up to THREE tables, now! If I get some GM volunteers, we can have LOADS of players!

    January 2, 2013

    • Matt H.

      while I'd prefer to play, there seems to be a growing popularity and more players than GM's, so I'm willing to run more if needed. I'd rather see more 3-4 player tables than 7 player tables, because that also boosts our PFS metrics as a whole when looking at numbers of sessions run and such.

      January 2, 2013

    • Jeremiah W.

      I'm with you for both points. If we actually exceed 18 players and 3 GMs, I'll be VERY impressed to have to turn people away. Also, ~4 person tables give encounters more potential lethality and encourage "safe" play whereas 6 person tables encourage playing up without necessarily knowing how to survive in the face of greater challenge; allowing numeric superiority to substitute for skill.

      January 2, 2013

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