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Daniel Soblewski
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Hello, hope this isn't a gated community.  I'm DMing my first Pathfinder Society session next month and wanted some words of wisdom from those more skilled than myself.  Any tips tricks or things I should watch out for?

Hello, hope this isn't a gated community.  I'm DMing my first Pathfinder Society session next month and wanted some words of wisdom from those more skilled than myself.  Any tips tricks or things I should watch out for?

What are some of your favorite build restrictions? I'm trying to generate a long list of them for events at my FLGS.

Build rules: Teams must consist of exactly 5 figures. 2 of them must be common figures (White rarity), 2 of them must be uncommon (green rarity), and only 1 is allowed to be rare, super rare, LE, chase, or super booster rarity (silver, gold, and I do believe bronze for the rest)

What would you do? and Why?

Hey I don't know if this is the right place to post this but here goes. I'm looking to run a Christmas campaign I usually basis of of a winter tale of some sort to this point I've run the three wise men , Frosty the Snowman, The Nutcracker, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, what are some of your favorite Christmas stories or winter stories that could be adapted for a role playing session, the moreobscure the better. I was hoping for a cool eastern winter tale I could adapt or a Native American tale.


Hey I don't know if this is the right place to post this but here goes. I'm looking to run a Christmas campaign I usually basis of of a winter tale of some sort to this point I've run the three wise men , Frosty the Snowman, The Nutcracker, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, what are some of your favorite Christmas stories or winter stories that could be adapted for a role playing session, the moreobscure the better. I was hoping for a cool eastern winter tale I could adapt or a Native American tale.


So what do you do when you make a mistake as a gm? Not mechanical, but say you mis step in the story say... treat the players like idiots and lead them by the nose. I know I shouldnt have... but end of the session frustration with the players got the better of me... how do I fix it? A cool character is a dbag, and an entire leg of the game feels forced...

Ok so... time to stop stalking the community. I am running a BESM game in which the players may find themselves in the realm of the fae in an ever changing labyrinth.
To achieve this I have created a series of tiles that fit together no matter what order they are placed. As play progresses and they advance, a new tile is placed, but as they lose sight of the previous tiles theyget shuffled back into the mix. I was thinking after each encounter(battle or challenge)they would lose tiles up to the tile preceeding the one they are currently on.
Eventually they would reach the center and get to speak with... ... plot devices here...
My question is along the lines of what were some of your favorite riddles, challenges, or encounters for games youve been in or run? I was hoping to give a nod to sir didimus and ambroscious as well as ludo. But I definately wanted a LABYRINTH feel.

I have a 6 yr old autistic son who has a grasp on reading & math but has trouble verbalizing. And a 5 yr old boy who already reads chapterbooks and does add/subtract. Is there any hope of gaming as a family? Wait until my oldest can verbalize better? Is it fair to make my younger son wait for my older son to develop the required social skills? Is it fair to ask my older to sit out so I can teach my younger? I've been volleying this for months... I can't decide. Help me interwebs... you're my only hope.
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