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Ben B.


Saint Paul, MN
Hometown: St. Paul

Member since:

April 5, 2012

Session Tracker ID / PFS #:

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Where did you hear about Pathfinder Society Organized Play?

I saw a flyer in a comic shop (Source Comics and Games).

When did you get involved with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game?

I have been playing Pathfinder for over a year, but I played 3.5 before that.

When did you get involved with Roleplaying?

I started on my deployment, which was about 3 years ago.

Tell us about your role-playing escapades.

My first character was a half-orc barbarian. I played him like an orc version of Arnold Swarzeneggar; meaning I just liked to run up and hit some stuff. However I found it difficult to contribute to some of the more intellectual challenges (and since the party had no healer), I took a feat in Leadership (3.5e) and made a gnome bard. Eventually my barbarian, Furyan the Fury, had a enlarge spell permanently cast so my bard (he had a really long name so everyone called him Shorty) could sit on my shoulder and play his ditties. Really fun times!


I love playing Pathfinder and I can help GM too!

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