I received it and read it. Thanks. Were you wanting to work together on this or was it your plan to pass the torch?
I would like to help with ideas and support, but otherwise pass the torch. I've been inspired by parts of this second adventure, but not with the whole since I can't find a seamless way to make the plot parts mesh together. I'm a firm believer that you need to embrace the whole to run a decent story-driven adventure, and since I can't I hope someone else can.
So what's the verdict on whether I should continue working on my adventure for 1st levels?
I would appear that we are short on Judges while you few are overloaded maybe.
Maybe we should do something about that.
By my count we have four 1st levels (Iago, Ben, Denizel, Agno), all a bit squishy; and a 2nd level ranger (Krad). They could do either Deuce's adventure once approved, or yours and the other could be backup for when we need another 1st level or so adventure. So I would say continue working on it. Hold up is approval, atm, but maybe we can jog a judge to jump on it.
It would be ideal for my adventure, if they are interested and ready to join another adventure, if Kanli, Krag (not to be confused with Krad, though any two combat types would work for IL&D), and Mortar were to show up for recruitment.
<shrug> I don't know, perrin. Like you I am just a pawn in the game of Living Pathfinder.
Originally Posted by GlassEye
Got to thinking about this... I have a 1st level character that will be entering the Dunn Wright Inn soon and could possibly go on Deuce's adventure. I would really appreciate it if another judge gave it a look over so that my pc could have a chance to play it. Thanks.
I'll take a look at this one (The Mightiest Weapon), GE/Deuce.
What adventures need reviewing. Mowgli has A Mightiest Weapon. Is there another one out there? Or are we waiting on mine to get submitted?
I think the Mightiest Weapon was the last (only) unapproved adventure atm.
Given the current crop of level 1's in DW, should I move Ben out and Sylla in now?
If that's your plan, go ahead.
Well, what I'm asking is: Is Ben or Sylla a better fit with the current crop of characters? My feeling was Sylla, on account of her lower squishiness quotient, but it's not a strongly held opinion.
Agno is already a cleric, so go with the Summoner. At least that's my opinion.
I took a look at Ben and he has no points spent in Combat related abilities so I think he probably belongs in a cloistered monastery or something. j/k
Okay back to discussing upcoming adventures. I submitted Scourge of the Howling Horde for approval.
How are we coming on approving the adventures for newbies? We have two submitted and I am curious to see which one will get approved first to get the current crop of characters into some action.
I can put one together for first level characters if there is a need. How many new characters are waiting around for an adventure?
Four, give or take. Alchemist, bard, cleric, summoner. An interesting mix, as the alchemist is a tank, the cleric is a gish, the summoner is an archer, and the bard is pretty clearly aiming to dual-class to oracle.
There's a group that should be finishing pretty soon and will probably be level 2 or very close to it.
Just FYI, I've begun work on an adventure for level 1s - mostly a skill challenge, with a bit of combat as well. It's actually going to be my first time GMing, so I'm going to keep it short and sweet. Pretty excited.
Anyway, I wasn't planning on finishing it in any specific time frame, but I could potentially pick things up if need be.
Well, with that party composition I think Qik has the best idea for those level 1s if he can wrap it up and submit it in the next handful of days.
Hmm...well, I think realistically, I could have it done by the end of the weekend. Perhaps earlier, but I couldn't guarantee it. The group certainly would work well with the adventure from a flavor standpoint - it's going to center around the fortune telling gnome I NPC'd in the DWT thread a few weeks back. Again, it'll be short, but a good way to get my feet wet as a GM, and perhaps the same for the PCs, too.