Where can I run a Society game?

Reddit Feeds - Sun, 08/11/2019 - 06:30

My friends and I have been playing Dead Suns since last November and are about to finish book 5 (life gets in the way, we had been playing Rise of the Rune Lords for 3 years prior to this and still haven't finished).

We were unable to secure seats at a GenCon table but one of the judges talked to us for quite a while about running games for next year. We want in!

So as I read the Society PDF, it listed some options but didn't see any hard set rule.

Can me and my crew keep playing in our swamp(our version of a man cave, but with tons of Swamp Thing themed items) or do we need to play at a public location like a game store?

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Starfinder Society Guild Guide v2.0 - released 2019-07-27

Reddit Feeds - Sat, 07/27/2019 - 22:40

Major Differences:

  • Nova tag added, 1-99 and 2-00 retroactively gain the tag, 1-00 does not count for novas
  • Character flaws are explicitly banned
  • Faction goals are updated
  • Datafiles Capstone: You can now transfer any vanity boon
  • Gave the Master Crafter feat a purpose
  • Added the 5 nova Rubrick
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Starfinder Society at GenCon

Reddit Feeds - Mon, 07/15/2019 - 15:41

Hey! We are playing our first Starfinder game at GenCon in a few weeks, in a StarFinder Society game. I've never played in one of Paizo's organized play games... so have a question or two.

  • Does Paizo provide pre-gens if we don't want to create our own PCs?
  • The description of the event mentions levels 1-4. I assume that everyone starts at 1st level, and only through organized play events do you level up?


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Keeping batteries and Spell Gems from modules

Reddit Feeds - Tue, 07/09/2019 - 02:13

Do players get to keep any spell gems/amps or batteries they find in modules or adventure paths? I know PCs get to keep consumables but wasn’t sure if these counted for that purpose.

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Boarding an enemy ship in star ship combat.

Reddit Feeds - Mon, 07/08/2019 - 14:08

How often does it come up in your game that your players want to board the enemy ship and take it over from within?

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[First time playing] How do chronicle sheets work?

Reddit Feeds - Mon, 06/24/2019 - 16:08

This weekend I'm trying Starfinder for the first time at my local gaming con. I've played a lot of D&D 5e's Adventures League (AL) and I've been pouring over the Starfinder Society rules and it mentions I need Chronicle Sheets.

I imagined it was a lot like AL's log sheets where we track each adventure and what we've gained, but that doesn't seem to be the case.

I tried finding a chronicle sheet, but the only search results I get are campaign modules. Are they perhaps rewarded by the GM at the end of each session or something?

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