[SPOILER] Pathfinder Society #39 The Citadel of Flame

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Post by Fu-Man Chu » Mon Mar 21, 2016 11:31 pm

I used to play a lot more, and helped start up several groups - but once I moved back to my old home group, we started up a Rise of the Runelords campaign, and that's been satisfying our gaming itch.

I also found more pictures from PFS #11 in the same place, so will repost those soon.

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Post by jameswood » Mon Mar 21, 2016 5:18 pm

We play a good deal of PFS here in the orlando area

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Post by Fu-Man Chu » Mon Mar 21, 2016 3:01 pm

Yay! I was able to locate these pictures this week. Posted up on my blog now.

http://rpgandrew.blogspot.com/2016/03/p ... el-of.html

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[SPOILER] Pathfinder Society #39 The Citadel of Flame

Post by Fu-Man Chu » Mon Feb 01, 2010 9:54 am


Fu-Man-Chu

Great fantastic layout. I played the scenario 2 weeks ago and we had a real blast.

DF would have worked great on it !! Thanks for sharing - I'm aware you have another PFS scenario build up here - unfortunately for that I will have to wait until I played it.

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Thanks Thod! I'm enjoying PFS mods quite a bit. They are well written, with usual twists for the encounters. I'm always looking for the mods to run that I can showcase the DF 8-)

Oh, and the showing off has already started the itch for one of my players!

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Post by Fu-Man Chu » Mon Feb 01, 2010 9:52 am


How many ROTA sets was that?

Ummm... I don't really know as I've opened up 3 of the ROTA and 3 of the ROTA2's, and store them all together in the storage drawers. It used up about half of the pieces...

Hope that's somewhat useful!

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[SPOILER] Pathfinder Society #39 The Citadel of Flame

Post by Thod » Thu Jan 28, 2010 5:20 am

Fu-Man-Chu

Great fantastic layout. I played the scenario 2 weeks ago and we had a real blast.

DF would have worked great on it !! Thanks for sharing - I'm aware you have another PFS scenario build up here - unfortunately for that I will have to wait until I played it.

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[SPOILER] Pathfinder Society #39 The Citadel of Flame

Post by Harneloot » Wed Jan 27, 2010 7:49 pm

How many ROTA sets was that?

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Post by granpappy77 » Wed Jan 27, 2010 4:01 pm

Nice set-up! IMHO, despite being listed as part of DOE, Hellscape looks AMAZING alongside RotA.

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[SPOILER] Pathfinder Society #39 The Citadel of Flame

Post by Fu-Man Chu » Wed Jan 27, 2010 9:49 am

I've had the fortune of getting to game a lot over the past few weeks. Last weekend I got to run the Pathfinder Society mod The Citadel of Flame. It's named after a temple to the devil Moloch that was buried 300 years ago after a group of Dervishes devoted to Sarenrae raided it in an attempt to stop the evil occuring there. After those 3 centuries, it has been re-discovered with worship of Moloch starting up once again.

I chose to run this mod because not only was it a lost temple, the "final room" had lava flowing onto the rocks and I could get to use both my RoTA and DOE Hellscape sets! Here's some of the pictures.

The set of stairs in the large entry hall is supposed to represent a spiral staircase.





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