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In 2013 our plans call for us to add an additional adventure to the event. There will be two consecutive adventure modules, and each module will have two variations of either a combat or puzzle orientation. The first module called “Lycans Afoot” tasks the party to travel through a dark forest in search of a tower, while the second module called “Golembane” challenges the party to reach the top of tower.

TOPIC: Are these treasure allocation figures accurate?

Re: Are these treasure allocation figures accurate 6 years 1 month ago #13

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Does that fix all the (non-deliberate) omissions and errors?


just realized that this starts with 'players level 1-5'. were you planning on having a second sheet for level 6+ and adding one token to everything? or how about starting with "is the player level 6+?" no=go to start of current chart, yes=give one treasure token, then go to start of current chart.

though, actually, i think Alvin's suggestion would be a lot less confusing.

and have you decided on the best way to check the number of CoGF in a party. usually, players only present their tokens when it is their turn to collect, but now we need to verify that others have a token as well.
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Re: Are these treasure allocation figures accurate 6 years 1 month ago #14

Druegar wrote: I see no need to make a separate listing for something that says it duplicates the HoP effect--it's the same thing as HoP. To me that would make things needlessly confusing. That said, I can throw in somewhere "HoP or an HoP-like effect".

Artifact owners will need to present their tokens and deal with them on a case-by-case basis. There may be something in place this year that will detail precisely what each artifact's powers are in an authoritative way.

This flow chart is being developed as one of several tools people working the XP Desk will have in their arsenal to verify token distribution. It seems like some of the more "green" volunteers tend get assigned to the XP Desk. Determining the correct amount of Treasure Chips earned became a lot more complicated this year. I wanted to help those folks out in whatever way I can. Some people work better with plain text, others work better visually.


Yeah I can see that it will help some with the visual aspect, but I would consider on the resverse side putting a type of check list and just the plain text so they have options on how to determine as some people I know would get very confused with a flow chart :)
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Re: Are these treasure allocation figures accurate 6 years 1 month ago #15

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Druegar wrote: I see no need to make a separate listing for something that says it duplicates the HoP effect--it's the same thing as HoP. To me that would make things needlessly confusing. That said, I can throw in somewhere "HoP or an HoP-like effect".

Artifact owners will need to present their tokens and deal with them on a case-by-case basis. There may be something in place this year that will detail precisely what each artifact's powers are in an authoritative way.

This flow chart is being developed as one of several tools people working the XP Desk will have in their arsenal to verify token distribution. It seems like some of the more "green" volunteers tend get assigned to the XP Desk. Determining the correct amount of Treasure Chips earned became a lot more complicated this year. I wanted to help those folks out in whatever way I can. Some people work better with plain text, others work better visually.


Yeah I can see that it will help some with the visual aspect, but I would consider on the resverse side putting a type of check list and just the plain text so they have options on how to determine as some people I know would get very confused with a flow chart :)


This I agree with, when I showed the chart vs. the list to my wife she said she found Alvin's List a bit easier to follow as it goes like a recipe. She understood the advantage of the flow chart because you know at the end exactly how many tokens to hand them.
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Re: Are these treasure allocation figured accurate? 6 years 1 month ago #16

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lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote: I was more talking about the link. It took me to the token data base. Looked like all tokens there were treasure adding tokens. Kubus was missing.

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Re: Are these treasure allocation figures accurate 6 years 1 month ago #17

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kurtreznor wrote: were you planning on having a second sheet for level 6+ and adding one token to everything?

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Re: Are these treasure allocation figures accurate 6 years 1 month ago #18

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kurtreznor wrote: have you decided on the best way to check the number of CoGF in a party.

The current plan is that they'll be handled just like Horn of Plenty and Ring of Riches. Charm of Good Fortune will have a checkbox on the party card, so there will be an easy way for the XP desk volunteer to tally them up. Also like HoP and RoR, the XP desk volunteer will visually verify the player possesses each treasure-enhancing token the party card says they should have.

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Re: Are these treasure allocation figures accurate 6 years 1 month ago #19

I think that if there was a box that was filled out before hand at prep with the number of charms it would be easier on the XP/Treasure table. You could have all memeber show their charm token at once, write down the number for that party, and then put a piece of clear tape over the box.

I think this could be done for all treasure items.

Just a thought.
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Re: Are these treasure allocation figures accurate 6 years 1 month ago #20

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kurtreznor wrote: have you decided on the best way to check the number of CoGF in a party.

The current plan is that they'll be handled just like Horn of Plenty and Ring of Riches. Charm of Good Fortune will have a checkbox on the party card, so there will be an easy way for the XP desk volunteer to tally them up. Also like HoP and RoR, the XP desk volunteer will visually verify the player possesses each treasure-enhancing token the party card says they should have.

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Re: Are these treasure allocation figures accurate 6 years 2 weeks ago #21

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This contains flow charts for both 1-5 and 6+ players . Comments welcome.

kurtreznor wrote: have you decided on the best way to check the number of CoGF in a party.

The 2013 Party Card contains a column for coaches to indicate which players have a Charm of Good Fortune equipped. At the top of that column is a blank to write in the total number of CoFGs.

Alvin Oliver wrote: it would be so much easier for them to go down a simple checklist.

RoR = Yes - Put 3 treasure tokens in pile.

CoGF = Yes - How many in party?
1-5 - put 2 treasure tokens in pile.
6-9 - put 3 treasure tokens in pile.
10 - put 4 treasure tokens in pile.

HoP = Yes - put 3 tokens per stamp in pile.
HoP = No - put 1 token per stamp in pile.

Done - hand pile to person.

Great idea Alvin! A version of that has been incorporated into the XP Desk Procedures .
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Re: Are these treasure allocation figures accurate 6 years 2 weeks ago #22

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If it is not too late do you think the steps should be ordered the same way the columns are? ie A) Horn of Plenty, B) Ring of Riches, C) CoGF D) 6th Level E) Hand over tokens.
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Re: Are these treasure allocation figures accurate 6 years 2 weeks ago #23

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Good idea, they'll all be put in alphabetical order.
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Re: Are these treasure allocation figures accurate 4 years 10 months ago #24

I hate bringing back old threads , but this is a great one. It has all treasure laid out in a flow chart.
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