Because I just remembered I haven't yet...
Ruins of Bonekeep Level Two: Maze to the Mind Slave (CORE)
A Pathfinder Society Special designed for levels 3-7.
A group of Pathfinders recently delved into the ruins of Bonekeep, a siege fortress destroyed centuries ago. There they discovered not only terrifying threats but also extraordinary treasures. Warded by the magic of a senior Pathfinder, the party must explore as much of Bonekeep as they can before the spell dissipates, lest they too are enslaved by the enchanted maze that looks hauntingly more familiar with each discovery.
Ruins of Bonekeep Level Two: Maze to the Mind Slave (tentative subtier: 6-7; CORE)
Date/Time: Saturday April 6th, 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Player 1: Trystan (cleric)
Player 2: Jim (rogue)
Player 3: Brian (paladin)
Player 4: Mark (druid)
Player 5: Kyle (sorcerer)
As none of the characters are within the 3-4 subtier (at the time of this posting), I am preparing the 6-7 subtier content. This will hopefully not get anyone killed but no promises.
As the Bonekeep scenarios involve a strict time limit, the game will start no later than 12:30pm (earlier if everyone is on time and ready to play). This will give players time to buy something from the store, acquire food, ask questions, settle in and make gear purchases and such before we start. A short break may be available during the game but as the timer cannot be paused or stopped for any reason other than ending the scenario, such a break must be quick done without.
In an effort to save time during game play I will be using the "questionless" method of creature identification. I have prepared a list of traits/stats/info you may learn about each creature you encounter. In addition, I'm offering to track initiative and turn order via an automated combat manager. This is optional, but if used it will speed up the start of combat greatly.
At this time I am not scheduling a 2nd table as there has not been enough interest (or any GM volunteers). If anyone is interested in GMing a game this week or in the future, please reply and I'll secure a table. Tables are in short supply and if not reserved ahead of time there is no guarantee there will be enough space to play.
Explore. Report. Cooperate!