Salutations fellow Pathfinders!
January is proving to be very active for our Charleston lodge, and as many of you are hopefully aware, we have adopted Warhorn to assist with scheduling logistics.
Warhorn is a free, web-based event management tool geared towards gamers. It allows organizers (like your Venture Officers) to advertise events well ahead of time, and allows players (like yourself) to reserve a seat well ahead of the event. This data helps us plan for the upcoming game-day and for future sessions.
This most recent Sunday, we had two tables booked on Warhorn and a third with several slots filled. We were able to predict the need for a fourth table and were able to plan accordingly. We also know the demand for certain scenarios and can make sure they appear on our schedules again in the future.
If you are using Warhorn, we will do everything within our power to ensure that experience you signed up for is the experience you receive. If you aren’t using Warhorn, we can’t make any guarantees (especially brand new content). If you have a habit of showing up “fashionably late” (our official start time is 1:00pm), you may find your reserved seat forfeit for the benefit of the group.
The Rifleman schedule (through the end of March) on Warhorn is available here. If you have any questions as to how Warhorn works, please ask a Venture Officer for more details.
A reminder to our Charleston folks, please check out our Warhorn site for your chance to reserve a seat for upcoming events, as well as let us know if you’re unable to play any of the current offerings. Registration is quick and free. To make things easier for you to find we have created a new page here. If you click on the schedule link above, it will have the links for schedules and sign ups that our games have.
I hope to see you at the game. Roll initiative!
The West Virginia Pathfinder Society is looking for data… and you guys are going to provide it.
If you are a Pathfinder in West Virginia, please take a moment to take our Google Survey, which we will use to improve the Society experience across the state.
Those who perform the survey will be eligible for a $10 Amazon Gift Card, to be drawn at the beginning of April (I would say April 1, but nobody would believe me).
This Sunday at the Rifleman at 1PM, Pathfinders will be leaving the comfort of Absalom for new and exotic locales. Okay, maybe just new…
Dean will be running #6-08: The Segang Expedition (1-5). A philanthropist helps fund a very expensive foray into the jungles of Jalmeray, and you’re the lucky ones going.
Matt will be running #5-09: The Traitor’s Lodge (3-7). Pathfinders return to Nerosyan to uncover what other traitorous activities a former Venture Captain was involved with.
David will be running #27: Our Lady of Silver (5-9). Bring your best garb, you’re going to a wedding in Qadira!
Jerad will be running Emerald Spire Level 14: The Throne of Azlant (10-12). Pathfinders draw ever-closer to the bottom of the spire and uncovering the secrets of Nhur Athemon.
Well met, Pathfinders!
As many of you know, the Emerald Spire saga has been a long-running staple at the Rifleman. On September 13th, 2015, a day shy of the one-year anniversary of our first delve, I will be running Level 12: The Automaton Forge, the first of five Emerald Spire levels which could potentially take your character to, or beyond, Eyes of the Ten and Seeker eligibility. These adventures are as follows:
- Automaton Forge (9-11)
- Pleasure Gardens (9-11)
- Throne of Azlant (10-12)
- Order and Chaos (10-12)
- Emerald Root (11-13)
You will notice a considerable amount of overlap; for those interested in playing the remainder of the Emerald Spire, a 9th level character could play at full progression all the way to 14 (as long as they didn’t want to do Eyes). Any other level, or characters who want to participate in Eyes, will either need to utilize slow progression or speak with me concerning partial credit on module-length adventures. The last level, Emerald Root, is scheduled to be run sometime late November and constitutes seeker-level material for those who have completed Eyes of the Ten or have a character that has progressed beyond level 12 without participating in Eyes.
With (at least) 36 characters at the Rifleman waiting for Eyes, or having completed Eyes and beyond, expect support for high-level play to expand soon.
I know it’s last minute, but you need to know what we’re playing today at 1:00PM at The Rifleman in South Charleston.
||3-09 QfP1: The Edge of Heaven (1-5)
||6-22 Out of Anarchy (1-5)
||5-02 The Wardstone Patrol (3-7)
||6-23 The Darkest Abduction (7-11)
Now you do! (Adventuring) Party On!
Season 6: Year of the Sky Key
As always, we’ve got a great lineup for you this Sunday at 1 PM at the Rifleman:
For Tier 1-5, Trenten Samuel will be running the local Season 6 favorite, The Overflow Archives!
Also, for Tier 1-5, Bennett Anderson will be making an ambitious attempt at finishing both remaining parts of Scions of the Sky Key! (Premustered.)
For Tier 1-5 Core, Tyler Samuel will be running Assault on the Kingdom of the Impossible
For Tier 5-9, Donnie Morrow will be running the perennial favorite, You Only Die Twice! It’s the only scenario set in Geb!
Finally, For Tier 7-11, Les James will be running Returned to the Sky, a huge milestone in Season 6’s plot.
Hope to see you there!
The Pathfinder Adventure Card Guild will take place as scheduled this Sunday, January 18th at the Rifleman at the conclusion of regular Pathfinder Society play. This week’s featured scenario is 2C: Revenge of the Fishfolk. The fishfolk matriarch has a proposition for you, and it involves a trivial matter: the wanton slaughter of some sea devils. At least your efforts will be well-rewarded.
The Pathfinder Adventure Card Guild will take place as scheduled this Sunday, January 11th at the Rifleman at the conclusion of regular Pathfinder Society play. This week’s featured scenario is 2B: Yo Ho Grindylows. You’ve been given some extra work from Agasta Smithee; this work requires cooperating with goblins, however. Which will be the bigger threat? Your patience and skill will surely be rewarded.
Please note, Jerad will not be among the organizers running the card game this week due to Eyes of the Ten.
The Pathfinder Adventure Card Guild will take place as scheduled this Sunday, January 4th at the Rifleman at the conclusion of regular Pathfinder Society play. This week’s featured scenario is 2A: Love’s Labours Lost. Can you help unite an “honorable” pirate with a widowed Lady of Tidewater Rock? Both of them know a few friends that could help you with future endeavors if you were to find a way to introduce them to one another…