Yeah, I've got a lot of stuff up in the air right now. I know I'm going to continue the game, where I will continue it is another matter. I work tomorrow and tuesday so I don't know if I'll be up for posting anything then about this, the game is still on a stand still right now. The only reason I didn't continue immediately was basically due to a lack of some players posting. I had seen that Ur-Quan logged in and didn't post for at least two days in a row and then quit, and Orod still hasn't responded for anything in a while, so I wanted to see who was in and who was out. The Journey from where you are now to Nisroch, the port town, was supposed to take you up to about 15th-16th level. And I wanted people to get familiar with pathfinder in that manner. I may still do it that way and just have you build up to 15th level on your own, instead of starting you off that way. So...I will know for sure what we'll be doing by Wednesday. @Malinzaro I was more than willing to accept a paladin who was on a holy quest, needed powerful magic items like the ones in the tomb I'm sending you to, in order to combat something evil or prove his worth or something like that. Good and Evil are subjective words that can be manipulated. Some things are obviously evil, and some things only tow the line (keep in mind that the Crusaders, a type of Knight similar to a paladin in that they fought with divine justice on their side, would kill people of any other religion only because they were told that religion was evil, even if it really wasn't). The idea of a paladin that can destroy things that are evil, but killing is a sin never made sense, thus there is room for negotiation. I once made a monk that was the absolute protector of life, but believed that resurrection is a sin and when people die, it is there time and disrupting that disrupts the natural order of things. He would do anything in his power to not kill someone but knew that this was sometimes unavoidable, as words alone may not reach the truly wicked. And my other character in that game was an assassin but would only kill evil things, the morally corrupt politicians. He would never harm a truly innocent soul, but he knew he was evil for the way he butchered and slaughtered so many others. So always remember, good and evil are not black and white terms, they can be manipulated if done right. Oh and Ur-Quan, I didn't plot against you. Magrus was the one who initiated the encounter and despite it being a foolish move on his part I still gave him a chance to back off, you interjected and made things MUCH worse for little reason. Big difference. Anyways, a note to players. The Mystic Theurge I mentioned will no longer be a part of the game, and regardless of where we start in the game it is assumed that you all fought and won against the Barbarian, and the sword is still in your possession. I'm going to put it to a vote, if you think you can handle leveling your character up to 15th level with the new rules of pathfinder, you are welcome to vote that you want to start where the campaign -actually- starts. If not, we can continue from where we are now. Currently, I know Blank, Malinzaro, Magrus and Kozeph still seem to be in the adventure so unless one of these four drop out for some reason, we are highly likely not going to move to another forum.