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I am wanting to DM a Pirate based Pathfinder campaign. I have all the materials I need to get a table top group going but cannot seem to find players that have free time to get together. I have been checking at Roll20 as a system to run this in. This is a published campaign that has 6 parts, starts at 1st, and assuming you live long enough to complete the campaign your PCs should end at roughly 15th lvl or so. Any interested players should be willing to play a Pirate, any sort of Pirate you like. I have a .pdf players guide for it that is free, and I can put it on my dropbox for anyone interested. This players guide is spoiler free and includes campaign traits that everyone can choose one of for free.
I would like to have roughly 4-5 players, and I have a completely open and flexible schedule I can run this on.
The rough part… I have all sorts of fancy maps and stuff, but there doesn't seem to be a way to import them to Roll20, I'll keep searching and trying to get the maps in Roll20 format. Fair warning, my map making skills are easily rivaled by a 3 year old with MS paint, also the time it takes to make the maps will pros pone the start of this campaign. I am willing to abuse myself and make all the maps needed, but before I put all that effort in I want to know if I have a group of players interested in playing on them.
Looking for 4-5 players for a Pathfinder campaign. Using Roll20 online. Starts 1st lvl, runs to feasibly 15th. Play times to be determined, start date to be determined based off interest. PIRATES!
Mortui last edited by
Just a note, this is not your standard dungeon crawl campaign. You will have roughly 50/50 Sea/Land encounters, towns, cities, islands, ruins, plunder, and infamy. Also a good portion of this campaign will quickly run into a reactive sandbox setting. So no, you do not have to do anything, but know refusing to do things is still a choice that will affect the campaign one way or another. As a DM I do not overly pick on PCs and TRY to kill them, but on the same hand I am not afraid to make someone either need a raise or roll a new character.
Mortui is welcome as the quick draw first reply. Check your inbox.
Also, once at least 3 people say they are in, I will start putting more efforts into getting this rolling. Again, I have all the materials, but making it presentable online is a slight obstacle I do not care to overcome for no reason.
Solved my map problems and found out how to upload the sexy maps and pics.. uploading commencing to build the 1st of 6 adventures, once I have a group I'll start building the 2nd adventure as we get the first underway. I hope to set this up either weekly or bi-weekly. Do you have what it takes to be the Next Pirate King?
I have the ship you will spend the majority of the begging on uploaded as maps, no creatures or anythying, just maps with DM layer info you guys shouldn't see anyway. I hope other hopeful pirates jump in, this is a pretty inclusive campaign, room for just about any sort of character you can think of as long as you don't have qualms with Piracy and things it may entail. No, you do not have to do everything Evil.. not all pirates kill all witnesses.. but some do! Built in party conflict that will evolve as you grow your Infamy.. similar to the PnP Renown system, just for the dastardly type. And yes, you can do things ICly to raise and lower your Infamy. Join in while there is space, it calls for 4 players, I can run it with 3-5. Just think of it as something with a change of pace from CoA with a crazy more options.
Soon I will enable this Campaign on Tablet devices that will run the mobile app for Roll20, stay tuned for update on this.
Thune last edited by
Why don't you log in…and play DnD in NWN in the Spire?
I will, my time right now is ripping data apart to upload it to Roll20, running a game there takes a bit of front end handling before you can get it going. The majority of it is roughly done, just polishing up handouts and such.
Here is my Campaign landing page.
There is a forum there where you can post any questions about the campaign or request the players guide for it. This guide is free, even from Piazo, and is geared specifically for this campaign. Hope to see a few people there. I'll stop posting updates here after this and all further updates will be on the Campaign page.
AronFF last edited by
I sort-of signed in.
What do I need to know about this roll20 thing?
Is it an application? Is it a program running in windows? Or in a browser?
I'm pretty noob in regards to PnP games, but I have not even an idea about roll 20.