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Game Day at Your Mom's Basement (Sat., Sep. 28, 2013)

Our GM signup can be found here!

Thornkeep: Sanctum of a Lost Age (Tier 6-8):

GM: Ryan Blomquist

Players: Jeff H., Kitty, Eric, Eric's +1 (Sofie?), Eric's +2 (Max?)

A Pathfinder Society module designed for levels 6–8.

Scholars claim the dungeons below Thornkeep were built by the Ancient Azlanti, but how do they know, really? If Rozimus of Tymon speaks true, one level of Thornkeep’s dungeon holds survivors of that long-dead empire eager to return to the world and share the lore of their glorious age. They’re not undead, Rozimus claims, or illusory phantoms, but true living and breathing High Azlanti! But why does Rozimus know so much about them, and why is he so eager to return to the dungeon he claims almost killed him 5 years ago?

Written by Paizo publisher (and native Minnesotan!) Erik Mona.

#5-01: The Glass River Rescue (Tier 1-5):

GM: Jack Brown

Players: Devin Jacob Lau, Ben, Sarah, Stacy Ludwig, Mathias DeRider, Art Lee "Arthur" Henecke

A Pathfinder Society Scenario for characters of 1st to 5th level (Tier 1–5).

A Pathfinder leading a diplomatic envoy from the dwarven holds of the Five Kings Mountains has gone missing, and the balance of power in a time of war hangs on her rescue. The Pathfinder Society's divinations indicate the agent was waylaid in the theocratic nation of Razmiran, when one of her escorted diplomats failed to pay a requested tithe. Now it falls to the party to enter Razmiran, locate the missing Pathfinder and the dwarven diplomats, and escape with their lives.

Written by Mike Shel.

Floating Player: Dave Cook (who will be seated one way or another).

About this Game Day:

This is an announcement for a locally scheduled game day on Saturdays at the Your Mom's Basement in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. Games last five hours (scheduled to end at 11:30), but the venue is open until 1 am for gaming, food, and congregation. GMs arrive an hour early for set-up and questions. While registration for events is not required, it is encouraged as registered attendees will be guaranteed a seat for play (information regarding registration can be found below).

We cater to new players and experienced Pathfinders alike, both young and old. All of our members are fantastic and display a true love for the game. We offer a friendly environment to meet new players and to experience the fun of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game with other fans. As a family friendly group we encourage families to join the fun as well. It should be noted that although Pathfinder Society adventures are written with a PG-13 rating in mind, we place no age restriction on play (children under the age of 15 are expected to have parent or guardian supervision during the games).

I look forward to seeing you there!

This Game Day at Your Mom's Basement is hosted by Ryan Blomquist (Venture-Captain).

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  • Staci L.

    First game of Pathfinder, and first time back after *gulp* 16yrs lapse in tabletop. It was fun! I'm so rusty.... :D Nice to meet everyone.

    1 · September 29, 2013

    • Kjersten G.

      You must have started out so young!!! Were you even old enough to see over the table to play then? ;-) It was great to meet you and hope you join us again soon! :-)

      September 30, 2013

  • Jack B.

    Survived the "GM Endurance run" with an enjoyable run of Glass River Rescue. Had a good time. Thanks, all!

    1 · September 29, 2013

  • Kjersten G.

    Thanks Ryan for GMing! It was so devilishly fun! :-)

    September 29, 2013

  • Devin Jacob L.

    Gah! I got called into work. I can't make it tonight. Sorry. :-(

    September 28, 2013

  • Ryan C. B.

    With the current table composition, I have a question for the folks on the Sanctum table; how many of you have already done Glass River Rescue? I'm willing to convert the Thornkeep table into Glass River, if you all are comfortable with it, so we don't have unbalanced tables that leave either Jack or one player who signed up for Glass River in an uncomfortable position of being asked to do something un-fun. Opinions?

    September 27, 2013

    • Ryan C. B.

      Hopefully we will be able to do that.

      September 28, 2013

    • Dave C.

      OK, I have a Ftr/1, Sorc/4 or Druid/5. So I could play this in either tier.

      September 28, 2013

  • Kjersten G.

    Hmm...any idea what the tables look like? I'm wondering if Faraday, tax collector for the undead (just because they died doesn't mean they get out of paying taxes), will be playing Thornkeep or if Azhure, the tongues-cursed oracle, will be playing the Glass River Rescue.

    September 26, 2013

    • Sarah W.

      Well, I recently found out that our Thornkeep group from Tower will be continuing in October to finish part 4 and 5, so I switched my signup to the Glass River Rescue. If you need me to (in order to balance tables) I could play Thornkeep and just replay it for no credit at tower later on.

      September 27, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      I will be running ether a level 2 fighter/cleric or a level 1 fighter.

      September 27, 2013

  • Devin Jacob L.

    Very cool group! I've got a lv1 Bard that can jump on the Glass River Rescue.

    1 · September 27, 2013

    • Kjersten G.

      Glad you had fun at Legion! :-)

      September 27, 2013

  • Jack B.

    I can GM #5-01: The Glass River Rescue. I've played it, so prep shouldn't be too bad.

    September 23, 2013

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