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  • #558160
    Lockhart
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    • Owlbear

    File Name: Ptolus Session 02

    File Submitter: Lockhart

    File Submitted: 11 May 2012

    File Category: Pathfinder

    Genre: Fantasy

    Profanity Level: Jolly Sweary Indeed

    I Don’t Ask What You Do On Your Weekends

    Waking up to their second day in the city, the group splits between examining the delver’s guild and investigating the disappearance of the young girl, and then get into a scuffle in the streets during the evening. Oh, and some really bad interrogating. All in a day’s work.

    Featuring:

    Carter as the GM

    Aimee as Blaze Ingson, Half-elf Rogue

    Jack as Chevy the Cavalier, and his trusty mount Cobalt

    Brian as Jerry Kryton, Human Oracle

    Brad as Gol’moth Fireforge, Dwarven Alchemist

    Mandy as Silver, Human Witch

    Intro music provided by http://www.danosongs.com

    Poster by Peter Jensen

    https://www.rpgmp3.com/files/game_recordings/Yorkton_Gamer_Guild/pathfinder_ptolus_part_02.mp3

    Click here to download this file

    #637751
    AndrewRJ
    • Posts : 38
    • Flumph

    Just listening through this series.  I was groaning when you named the apprentice as Edward Aldric.  I was seriously wondering if anyone was going to say anything as well.  Love the off handed comments like that.

    #637752
    Lockhart
    • Posts : 1293
    • Owlbear

    I think i groan myself whenever I listen to myself do something corny like that. Part of me is like “Bad, bad, don’t insert fan references off the cuff into your games” while the other part can’t resist, especially when I need a name.

    And of course, when they aren’t caught at the table, it makes it all worth it when a listener catches. Hope you enjoy! Ptolus was a lot of fun with this group.

    #637753
    Pencil-Monkey
    • Posts : 5728
    • Mind Flayer

    Just listening through this series.  I was groaning when you named the apprentice as Edward Aldric.  I was seriously wondering if anyone was going to say anything as well.  Love the off handed comments like that.

     

    Once you get to the Jade Regent audio, keep your ears perked and listening for such timeless classics as Wal, the owner of a market. 😉

     

    #637754
    AndrewRJ
    • Posts : 38
    • Flumph

    I think i groan myself whenever I listen to myself do something corny like that. Part of me is like “Bad, bad, don’t insert fan references off the cuff into your games” while the other part can’t resist, especially when I need a name.

    And of course, when they aren’t caught at the table, it makes it all worth it when a listener catches. Hope you enjoy! Ptolus was a lot of fun with this group.

    Just fired up Part 4 as I am typing this.  This seems to be a very balanced group.  I admit that it seems that this group like many others (myself included) doesn’t do the investigation thing very well.  Sometimes a person just doesn’t know anything and it is hard to figure out which direction to go.

    #637755
    Lockhart
    • Posts : 1293
    • Owlbear

    There is a bit of that sandbox experience that takes players getting used to, that a lot of it develops from the players taking the reins of the world and setting out to do stuff.

    That being said, I was kinda slightly disappointed that they didn’t right away investigate the address on the invoices in the old apartment, or put subtle clues together. It’s a tricky balance between players not having fun because they don’t know what to do, and ruining the triumph of them finally putting things together by ‘telling’ them what to do.

    #637756
    AndrewRJ
    • Posts : 38
    • Flumph

    Subtle… in D&D…  whats that?    🙂

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