I've stocked it with the basics, but am interested in what else you all think needs to be in there. If you have suggestions for category division, or for more books, games, or other items in the Myth-Weavers Shop, post them in THIS thread!!
The Myth Weavers chapter of the Pathfinder Society needs more players and GMs!
We've been up and running for a year now, with a solid group of dedicated GMs, but there's always room for more talent! If you want to run simple, straightforward, and short mods, please let me know. The larger the stable of GMs, the more scenarios that can be run simultaneously, and the more players that can be served. And if you'd like to join as a player, post your interest here, as well. But first, run over to the official Pathfinder Society home page and join up. It's free and painless, I promise!
Registering will generate a unique ID number for you. When you have this number in your grubby little hands, come back here and present that number in your post. Link it to your profile on Paizo's site. If I see a valid number, you get an invite. It's that simple, and it's probably the easiest application you've ever had to produce here on the Weave!
Also, please tell me if you're applying as a player or a GM (or both). We have loads of players already, but more GMs would be great! As a bonus, any GM who signs up gets a big digital hug from me, so there's that.
The OFFICIAL Myth Weavers Chapter
This looks like a lot at once so feel free to ask any questions you like.
This is the crib notes version of what the Myth Weavers Pathfinder Society provides to its members:
1) A bunch of short officially sanctioned Pathfinder scenarios ran with officially registered characters that you can use here or at conventions or at local society games.
2) Right now, there are ten or so GMs, 13 games currently running and 2 games looking for players. More games appear every couple of weeks.
3) The games are relatively short (one to several months) which makes them more reliable and because we have a stable of GMs, there's a safety net that means that they actually do get completed even if someone spaces out.
It's easy. Get a Paizo profile if you don't have one yet, sign up for PFS, post your PFS number and the link to your profile here. The rest you can do in the forum where there's lots of people to answer questions.