Eternity’s End is both a place and a non-place, existing in multiple planes simultaneously and nowhere at all. It is a gathering place for dead races, unborn gods, forgotten heroes, restless ghosts, and the engineers of worlds as yet uncreated. Almost all the inhabitants of the Inn are travelers, either by design or by chance; by woe or good fortune. Many have simply stopped here during journeys to other places, while others came to the Inn accidentally, then realized they could not get home…
Players and GMs that are familiar with Pathfinder Society and the Planescape Setting will find many in game parallels to both, but will also note that Eternity’s End is infinitely more expansive (for example some expansions include notes for lovecraftian horror, sci-fi/steam punk, and more) allowing for tons more character options, gaming universes, ways to play, and things to do; all for free with tons of gaming highlights!
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We will take as many players as we can accommodate to our active GM ratio.
Once your account is created you will need to sign up for Eternity’s End here! (There will need to be an open slot to apply as a player). If you sign up as a GM Apprentice you will be accepted as a player immediately upon completion of your apprenticeship.
These links will help get you started with Eternity’s End…
PBP GM Academy (Want to learn how to be a Game Master? We’ll teach you! GM’s get special in game rewards at Eternity’s End!)
– Limitless Adventure Possibilities, with a friendly community (see Eternity’s End Commandments in the EE layer’s Guide), all for free (We utilize d20pfsrd for available rules exclusively! We still encourage you support publishers you enjoy.)!
– Extensive Character Options to Include 3PP (See Player Tiers in the EE Player’s Manual). Don’t worry about trying to conform your character concept and design to a particular game world, at EE characters come from any world you can think up!
– Game Masters can be players and players can learn to be Game Masters. You can play and run games simultaneously and earn in game rewards for doing both!
– Special in-game rewards for participation (see the Player Alter and GM Altar), being a game master (see the EE GM Manual), free form writing (See the Story Teller), free form role playing (See the Pub) and more!
– The game is not dependent upon the individual (either a GM or specific players) and will go on if without question if a single person leaves or takes a hiatus. You can still keep playing and running adventures!
– Meet lots of players and GMs in game (learn to play alongside some of the best or teach the new guys and gals the ropes.) to expand your gaming circles!
– Cheat Prevention (An ingrained audit system and sheet edit controls) and game balance is built directly into the game. The game is balanced by a council to amend rules as needed and incorporate new content as it arrives on d20pfsrd! Further, we help with cheat prevention by keeping a permanent record of all games!
– Run our pre-generated adventures or create your own!
– Unlockable special features in game (see the Obelisk or Power or participate in special marked adventures or events).
– Casual Gaming (keep playing your character even after untimely death) and Hardcore Mode (death is final and irreversible, special rewards apply).
– Special Features like the RP Pub full of interesting NPCs and bar games, The Hall of Fame, PVP/PVE Arena, Special timed events, capacity for multiple characters, respec options and even more ways to play and earn in game rewards!
– Designed and Tested over the course of a year by a team of amazing contributors and GMs.
I’m an experienced GM, do I have to become apprentice?:
Absolutely not, though we highly suggest it to all new GMs as there is a lot of content to cover. To bypass apprenticeship you will need to review the EE GM Manual and pass the entrance test flawlessly.
Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Paths of Prestige © 2012, Paizo Publishing, LLC; Authors: Benjamin Bruck, Jason Bulmahn, Matt Goodall, and Jason Nelson.