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GM: Berek Clay
this game will push players out of the usual comfort zones of character creation
GM: Reid Weatherly
Master of the Fallen Fortress is a dungeon-based adventure for 1st-level chararacters, written for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and compatible with the 3.5 edition of the world's oldest RPG. It also serves as an introduction to Pathfinder Society Organized Play (Paizo's constantly evolving, world-wide megacampaign). The adventure involves exploring an ancient, ruined tower and rescuing the captured Pathfinder held within.
This game will be played in d20Pro, and having d20Pro installed is required to participate. Click here to download the latest version.
GM: Ajay Pollarine
Pathfinders, Assemble! You're being called on by your Venture Captain to explore strange locations, delve dangerous dungeons, retrieve weird and wild relics; all in the name of the Pathfinder Society (and your faction of course.) So come, heed the call. Join the Pathinder Society today!
GM: William Staples
Watch this space. This game will be played in d20Pro, and having d20Pro installed is required to participate. Click here to download the latest version.
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Player: Ruben Weimann
This is a blank character sheet for use with the Pathfinder RPG system. Feel free to clone this sheet and enter your character's specific stats. Below are some suggestions on how to make use of this sheet, but of course feel free to adjut as you see fit! Attributes: For Score enter your Ability Score. For Modifier enter the corresponding...
Player: Joseph Clay
Player: Vikshade Technolich
Devon D'Ardonellcleric 4, XP: 7000,NG, Medium, human, male, 5'9", 360 lb, Initv: -1, Senses: Perception +6, Sense Motive +8,====================DEFENSEAC: 22, touch: 9, flat-footed: 23, (ACP -4),hp: 28 (4d8+4)Fort: +5, Ref: +0, Will: +6,Special Defenses: by spell====================OFFENSESpeed: 30 ft. (40 ft. base),Melee: staff (+4, 1d6+1, x2, 4 lb, B),Ranged: by spell, Special Actions: Channel Energy 2d6 @ 30ft radius (DC 16...
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I'm working with a friend and using the Reddit community to help me put the finishing touches on a campaign setting that has been germinating in my head for some time. Check it out or contribute here! http://www.reddit.com/r/worldbuilding/comments/wp8i1/it_doesnt_have_a_map/
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As one approaches the town of Sandpoint, the footprint of civilization upon the Lost Coast grows clearer. Farmlands in the outlying moors and river valleys grow more numerous, and the blue-green waters of the Varisian Gulf bear more and more fishing vessels upon its surface. Passage over creeks and rivers...
The Outpost is Sandpoint's newspaper. It is ran out of the Sage's building. Each morning before dawn, Brodert Quink takes to the streets, laden with a bundle of papers. He drops his load on the nearby street corner and then takes a few to local taverns, such as the Rusty Dragon and...
Triggering question: why is it that I want to check out Pathfinder?What I know about Pathfinder is, in a nutshell, that it's the game D&D 4.0 should have been. It's staying faithful to the "O" in the OGL. It's building and exploring the core concepts of D&D rather than blowing...
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- Sonoma / Napa
- joined Aug 23, 2012
Fairly experienced player and GM but by no means an expert. I play games for the role play, not the roll play but I see no reason both can't be enjoyed. I'm a firm believer that the game is less important than who you're playing it with. I'll play just about anything with a good group =D Player experience:...
- joined Aug 20, 2012
I enjoy playing roleplaying games, but there aren't any groups in my area. I like pathfinder. Most games that I have played in I'm usually a human.
- joined Aug 15, 2012
Getting on to test a VTT to use with my buddies from back home.
I love reading. I love jumping into a world that isn't mine, and discover what intricate fantasies others have created. I love writing, making my own fantasies come true on paper, in words. Why? Because it is hard. It is too easy to just envision your creations in your own head, but adapting them to fit into the constraints of...