Playing D&D since 1981 (4th Grade) introduced at the birthday party of a friend. Pretty well hooked from that point. From playing simple games in the car with just my brother on road trips with the "Keep on the border lands" basic box set in between us for dice rolling to massive 20 player games in High school. I loved it until 4th edition came out (I bought the 4th ed DMG, PH and MM on pre-order, read them once, and never used them in a single game)
I've been impressed with how much Paizo has added to the game without it getting stale or without getting over-powered - even mythic rules as broken as they are- seem to have been balanced out to some extent. (although I haven't loved a couple of the more recent releases (strategy guide and inner sea races are retreads. they need to be wary of burning players like me out with those types of releases IMO)77stephen (talk) 19:57, 13 December 2015 (UTC)
near and dear
Taldor, and to a lesser extent Andoran, Cheliax, Qadira, Absalom expanding pages on game world: people, deities and religions, festivals, holidays, rituals, books and anything that helps make the world seem more real.
I'm currently running a game set in Taldor (mainly Cassomir and Oppara) .... stringing some home brew plot with The Jester's Fraud, and plan to add more home brew plot to modify Tears at Bitter Manor, Decline of Glory and maybe Library of the Lion as it brings Eutropia in and I'd like to try to rejuvenate Taldor politically - even thoughI doubt the canon will ever diverge from decadent empire in decline. 77stephen (talk) 19:53, 2 December 2015 (UTC)