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Monthly Archives: November 2011

GM Checklist for Pathfinder Convention Games — Part II

By |November 29th, 2011|

As a follow-up to GM Checklist for Pathfinder Convention Games, here are additional tips.

In your game announcements, consider these rules:
Tell players to show up 15 minutes before the game if they have new (non-pregen) characters so you can review the characters and check the math. If you show up just as the game begins, expect […]

GM Checklist for Pathfinder Convention Games — Part I

By |November 28th, 2011|

Following this thread on paizo.com, I’ve compiled a list (with some of my own additions) of 12 steps to take in preparing to run Pathfinder Society games at a convention.

Read the module. Read it before you get there and again at the con before you run the game. Reading the mod before you get there […]

Pathfinder Modules by Level

By |November 20th, 2011|

Paizo, the producers of Pathfinder RPG, also have a number of pre-published adventure modules which could be candidates for gameplay as new users of the Pathfinder Beginner Box progress in their level. After some research, I’ve listed by level the modules I found available. I haven’t played all of these, but if you’re looking for […]

Starting and Running a Role-Playing Games Club

By |November 19th, 2011|

Katrina Middelburg-Creswell, a Middle School teacher managing a 40 member student RPG club, is featured on http://www.roleplayingtips.com where she showcases best practices she’s learned in growing her games club.

The handouts includes a club survey, GM cards, a Mini-Con schedule and club permission slips. The in-depth article contain great advice for any sort of organized game play!

Katrina writes:
“I didn’t realize […]

Follow-up Adventures for Pathfinder Beginner Box

By |November 18th, 2011|

I’m about to embark on running the Pathfinder Beginner Box adventure and I’ll be taking this opportunity to learn the Pathfinder rules better.

What adventures should I run next after the Beginner Box adventure? Here’s one road map; feel free to give feedback:

Start with the Beginner Box rules and the four iconic character classes. After that, […]

Low Prep-Time Pathfinder Adventures for Time-Strapped GMs

By |November 15th, 2011|

I’m also strapped for time so I like to use commercially published adventures that will actually save me time compared to writing my own adventures. From the adventures I’ve read and from posts on Paizo’s forums I’ve come up with a stab at how long Paizo’s different adventures take, compared to how many pages you […]

DIY Pathfinder Beginner Box Style Pawns

By |November 12th, 2011|

The new Pathfinder Beginner Box has generated quite a buzz. The fantastic pawns — stiff cardboard cutouts with bases that server as miniature substitutes — have players clamoring for Paizo to issue new sets of pawns.

Want to create your own do-it-yourself Beginner Box style pawns? Here’s a tutorial on how to do just that.

First, find some […]