I'm not even on deck for DMing so my prep right now is mostly waiting for level up to come out so that I can renovate what I've already designed.
These were heavily borrowed from Paizo forums for the Kingmaker "War of the River Kings" module. There is one competitor not listed who is from the host city-state that customizes a boast about being a spy in the PC barony and uncovering all sorts of sordid, outlandish secrets (e.g. in our campaign, a graffiti artist paints the walls regarding lewd acts between the Baron and Stumpy, the town's 3-legged dog). Because of this, the script varies. It's also custom the host-nation loses the overall tournament competitions, so their "champion" tanked it despite being a skilled orator. It's expected as there's a magical item reward from the host city-state for winning the week-long tourney point total.
I ran the Goodman Games version of X1 a while back and my group really enjoyed it.In the coming weeks (Nov 1 or Nov 8), the group will travel to the Isle of Dread. After we wrap up tonight's finale, the PCs will get a year of down-time before they embark. I have one major adventure hook (find the Pale Countess) lined up for them, but otherwise they have the freedom to chose what to do next. While the Tanoroa villagers don't speak the common tongue, they are friendly and will provide a bunch of adventure hooks. The party just needs to find a way to communicate.