We’re in our third campaign of “Advanced FotF” and we decided to set it in the same world as the first.
We’re in our third campaign of “Advanced FotF” and we decided to set it in the same world as the first. Some of you may remember posted updates about our (real) year-long slog against “The Cultists of the Blight Dragon”. Here’s the developing map for “Against the Corruptor”, which has involved much less overland travel but no less fun or adventure! The players this round are playtesting books for The Druid, The Ranger, The Paladin, and a “1E” Mage.
I love the Perilous Wilds Survival Kit.My campaigns are GM-less, but we still use it for GM-style Record Keeping…
I love the Perilous Wilds Survival Kit.My campaigns are GM-less, but we still use it for GM-style Record Keeping sheets. That said, I found that the “Follower” sheet was being passed around an awful lot, so… In the style of the Maezar FotF sheets, I decided to create a letter-sized record that players could use to keep track of their own followers.
I present the PLAYER FOLLOWERS RECORD.
The one field that may seem unfamiliar to you is “Faithful” (Y/N). In our games, the number of followers that a character have is “1 or CHA, whichever is higher”. A follower who is FAITHFUL does not count against this total. Examples include the Animal Companion of a Ranger or the Familiar of a Mage. (Characters without sufficient Charisma may retain additional followers by adding an extra cost, “WAGES”, which designates these followers as “HIRELINGS”.)
I’ve been tweaking “Lead the Retreat” for some time.
I’ve been tweaking “Lead the Retreat” for some time. With help from Jeremy Strandberg and Daniel Fowler I think I’ve got something that really works for our game of “Advanced FotF” aka “d12 World”. I present, “Run Away!”