Masamunekaigen
 member, 1267 posts
 In Soviet Russia, quests
 pay you to go on NPCs.
Wed 17 Jan 2018
at 17:42
How About a Pathfinder Game Using the Downtime Rules?
I've always wanted to run/play in a Pathfinder game using the Downtime and eventually Kingdom rules to build guilds and more with some intrigue alongside the typical adventuring. I've managed to slip it into games I've played in before, even going so far as writing brief histories for dozens of agents since the GM let me build them (as long as I didn't abuse the privilege and did a background). Even included how they felt about each other and a few even had side stories I threw occasionally at my GM even though they never really affected the main game (aside from my cohort and the most interesting employee). He did share them with any player interested in the ongoing tales of the side characters. The other players joking said "Why are his NPCs so much more interesting than yours?" lol

Anyone interested in some adventuring alongside these optional rules that apparently inspire spreadsheets and minion fan fiction? Wanna get some building done.

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NowhereMan
 member, 173 posts
Thu 18 Jan 2018
at 06:28
How About a Pathfinder Game Using the Downtime Rules?
I'm down for playing in this kind of thing.
copeloner
 member, 29 posts
Fri 19 Jan 2018
at 18:28
How About a Pathfinder Game Using the Downtime Rules?

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Masamunekaigen
 member, 1272 posts
 In Soviet Russia, quests
 pay you to go on NPCs.
Fri 2 Feb 2018
at 18:09
How About a Pathfinder Game Using the Downtime Rules?
link to another game

made the game