21 Dec

Price of Immortality Session #2

Here is the campaign log from our second Price of Immortality (PoI) session. This was written by RJ (who plays Rodan and is a wee bit grammatically and spelling challenged). My GM comments are in [italics and brackets.]

Note: There are, obviously, spoilers for the Price of Immortality trilogy below. In this session, the party reaches the Crypt and begins exploring it.

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15 Dec

Price of Immortality Session #1

Here is the campaign log from our first Price of Immortality (PoI) session. This was written by Rachel (who plays Serena). My GM comments are in [italics and brackets.]

Note: There are, obviously, spoilers for the Price of Immortality trilogy below. This session was largely devoted to the earliest portion of the Crypt of the Everflame module.

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12 Dec

The Price of Immortality Mini-Campaign

I’m old and I’m lazy. That was the realization (acceptance?) that I came to this week. Although I had a great idea (at least in my opinion) for a test mini-campaign that combined elements of The Shattered Gates of Slaughtergarde, The Lost City of Barakus, and, at least as inspiration, some elements of Ptolus, I’ve decided to shelve it. Why? Like I said, I’m old and I’m lazy. As one of those 40+ GMs with a full-time job and other hobbies (drinking beer counts as a hobby, right?), I don’t have a lot of free time to start with. I came to the realization that my campaign idea would take a whole lot of time and, to be honest, I’m just not willing to devote that much time to it.
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03 Dec

Pathfinder Mini-Campaign Characters

All of the players but one have created their characters. Everyone was given the option of using the Standard method (roll 4d6 and drop the low) or the Purchase method for generating Ability Scores. However, I did state that if anyone chose the Standard method, they would have to play the character regardless of how poorly the dice rolled. Everyone elected to go with the Standard Method. This resulted in some rather low scores for a couple of characters but nothing too horrible.

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