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Pathfinder Society Retail Incentive Program Announced!

Monday, September 26, 2016

Today is special—two blogs on one day! Lots of PFS goodness! First up, a new program aimed at rewarding purchases made at Friendly, Local Game Stores or other retail establishments that offer Pathfinder Society space for games. This has been in the works for some time and I am exited to reveal it to our playerbase!

Later today, John Compton introduces the newest Pathfinder Society scenarios—#8-04 Wardens of Sulfer Gulch and #8-05 Ungrounded But Unbroken.

Without further ado...

Retail Incentive Program

Back in March, at GAMA Trade Show, Erik and I announced a program for retailers that would encourage players to purchase items from their stores. Since then, the PFS team drafted ideas, solicited feedback from stores and VOs, made revisions, and are now ready to try the program. We may need to tweak it from here, but we want to give it some time in the field before we start making changes. Once launched, if you have feedback, post it as a comment or email it to pathfindersociety@paizo.com.

Right now, the program is focused on the Roleplaying Guild Guide. To those playing Adventure Card Guild—don't despair. We haven't forgotten you! I just didn't want to hold the program while we explored options for card scenarios.

In writing the program, we observed that not all PFS games are held in FLGS space. Sometimes they are in community halls or sporting halls that also house a refreshment stand or other sales outlet. Thus we named it retail, not retailer, and offer it as a tool for any location with a retail outlet patronized by Pathfinder Society players.

We realize that demographics are different and each retail location should decide what is best for their business, thus participation in the retail incentive program is not mandatory. Locations utilizing the program should advertise its presence to their clientele.

For countries outside the US, an approximate equivalent of local currency is used. For example, $10 USD = 7. 67 British Pound or 13.27 Australian Dollars or 8.96 Euro, so round to the closest .25 and use that figure. This doesn't mean you have to look up the exchange rate each game day, just use the general exchange rate.

Please note, the benefits gained from the retail purchase program stack with benefits a player receives from the reroll program.

The Details

This proposal grants a benefit to the entire table, scaling depending on how much money someone spent.

Game stores and other retail locations are an important part of the Pathfinder Society community, and it's important to support them so that there's always a public venue for organized play events. Players can now redeem receipts in exchange for a modest benefit shared by the entire table—all as a way of thanking players for supporting their game stores.

Redeeming a receipt simply involves showing it to the GM, who marks the receipt to denote that it was used. A player can only use a receipt in this way on the same day as she made the purchase, and only for events held at that venue. A player can acquire and redeem a receipt during play so long as doing so would not significantly disrupt gameplay, though it must occur before an encounter begins. The receipt need not be for Paizo products; the storeowner may include any products the venue sells as qualifying purchases.

At any time during an event, players may redeem receipts from their purchases worth $10 or more to gain a single-use benefit that applies to all of the PCs at the table. If the total combined receipts provided by one or more players are $50 or more, all players receive an enhanced benefit. No matter how many receipts the players have, the table can never use the same benefit more than once during a game session; they can, however, gain both benefits during a session.

All of the PCs gain the following benefit:

  • Harder to Kill: Treat the character's Constitution as 5 points higher than normal for the purpose of determining when hit point damage would kill him. For the enhanced benefit, treat the character's Constitution as 10 higher.

Each player may also choose to use one of the following during the game:

  • Cheaper Healing: Before the end of the session, you can use the benefit to reduce the Prestige Point cost of one spellcasting service of the healing subschool by 1 (minimum 0). For the enhanced benefit, you can instead reduce the cost by 2.
  • Recover from Wounds: The PC recovers hit points equal to twice their character level. For the enhanced benefit, each PC also recovers 2 points of ability damage to one ability score. This benefit can only be used outside of combat.
  • Bonus Wealth: If you do not use the subsidized healing benefit above, you can instead choose to roll twice and take the higher result when rolling a Day Job check. For the enhanced benefit, you also increase the gold you earn from the day Job result by 50% (maximum 300 gp total).

So there you have it—the Retail Incentive Program. We will update the policy section of the website as soon as possible and the policy will appear in the next version of the Roleplaying Guild Guide. As this is a new program, we appreciate constructive feedback. Remember to post it here or send it to pathfindersociety@paizo.com.

Don't forget to check back later for John's blog!

Until next week: Explore, Report, Cooperate!

Tonya Woldridge
Organized Play Coordinator

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Scarab Sages **

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Awesome! But, any way we can get the associated pdfs for our game store purchases as well?

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Two questions, can you buy third party stuff, probably not, and does it require a physical receipt? I do love the idea, btw.

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Belabras wrote:
Awesome! But, any way we can get the associated pdfs for our game store purchases as well?

How do pdf purchases help your FLGS? If there is some way, I would love to hear it.

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Nohwear wrote:
Belabras wrote:
Awesome! But, any way we can get the associated pdfs for our game store purchases as well?
How do pdf purchases help your FLGS? If there is some way, I would love to hear it.

I think the question was "Is there a way I can buy a physical product from my store and gain this benefit, but also get the associated pdf?" ^_^

Shadow Lodge ****

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Nohwear wrote:
Two questions, can you buy third party stuff, probably not, and does it require a physical receipt? I do love the idea, btw.

You can buy a sandwhich and have it count, so I imagine Tribbles of golarion counts in the same capacity

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Captain, Virginia—Richmond West aka Slothsy

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I'm very excited for this program! Now, off to go talk to some store liaisons.

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Nohwear wrote:
Two questions, can you buy third party stuff, probably not, and does it require a physical receipt? I do love the idea, btw.
The blog wrote:
The receipt need not be for Paizo products; the storeowner may include any products the venue sells as qualifying purchases.

Silver Crusade **** Venture-Captain, Louisiana—Baton Rouge aka sowhereaminow

Is there another option between recover from wounds and bonus wealth? Or is this just a typo?

* RPG Superstar Season 9 Top 32

Can we purchase Vouchers for PFS scenarios through Local game stores?

Is something like that on the docket?

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When does the Retail Incentive Program start? Now and post our findings? Or later with a following "Get Started" announcement?

Scarab Sages **

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Kalindlara wrote:
Nohwear wrote:
Belabras wrote:
Awesome! But, any way we can get the associated pdfs for our game store purchases as well?
How do pdf purchases help your FLGS? If there is some way, I would love to hear it.
I think the question was "Is there a way I can buy a physical product from my store and gain this benefit, but also get the associated pdf?" ^_^

Exactly.

Paizo Employee ***** Organized Play Coordinator

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@Nohwear - It requires some proof of purchase. Physical receipt is the most reasonable. If stores don't do receipts, they can work with their Venture-Agent to work out something.

@Brett - that was a formatting issue. Will get it removed asap.

@Tothric/Belabras - not at this time.

@Protoman - NOW! No need to wait.

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Tonya Woldridge wrote:

@Protoman - NOW! No need to wait.

AWESOME!

Scarab Sages **

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Its really great to see PFS giving local venues some love. This is a great program!

Grand Lodge *** Venture-Lieutenant, Online aka Hmm

Yay! I'll point this blog at the Dreamers Team and our store liaison!

Hmm

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Cool Idea!!!

Does this count at conventions held at hotels? If I purchase a $10 lunch at the Paizo Bed and Breakfast, which is hosting PFS-Con, could I use that receipt at the table? Or if I made purchases in the dealer hall?

** Venture-Agent aka Chess Pwn

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So if I have a table and 3 players have a $10 receipt do they then get the Cheaper Healing, Recover from Wounds, and Bonus Wealth?

If I have 2 players both with a $5 receipt does that trigger the normal reward?

If I have a table and 5 players have a $10 receipt does the table get the enhanced benefit of one thing? Does this interact strange with the first question?

Dark Archive

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

As a subscriber doesnt this kind of encourage me to not subscribe? My shop is sort of small and hit or miss on products where as my subscription hits my doorstep regularly and reliably. And all joking aside i only need so many sets of dice, or bones minatures.

Scarab Sages **

Tonya Woldridge wrote:


@Tothric/Belabras - not at this time.

Thanks Tonya. Still excited about this.

*****

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

All my game stores do tabs, so I'm wondering how this'll work out since we close our tabs out at the end of the game...

** Venture-Agent aka Chess Pwn

The Seldon Plan wrote:
All my game stores do tabs, so I'm wondering how this'll work out since we close our tabs out at the end of the game...
Tonya Woldridge wrote:
If stores don't do receipts, they can work with their Venture-Agent to work out something.

Paizo Employee ***** Organized Play Coordinator

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Swiftbrook wrote:

Cool Idea!!!

Does this count at conventions held at hotels? If I purchase a $10 lunch at the Paizo Bed and Breakfast, which is hosting PFS-Con, could I use that receipt at the table? Or if I made purchases in the dealer hall?

Nope. This is not a convention initiative. They get other goodies. This is specifically targeted at retail locations.

* Venture-Agent, United Kingdom—England—London aka waynemarkstubbs

What, exactly, does the retailer need to do to make the receipts valid? Do they have to endorse them? Post a policy? Sign up to anything? Because it seems to me that it's up to the GMs to police this - the player just waves a receipt from the venue dated that day - what does the GM need to know about which purchases the venue considers 'qualifying', and how is the GM meant to know this?

My lodge plays in a pub, that's part of a national chain. As long as we buy stuff and are not disruptive, then don't really care. There's no way I'm going to get them to endorse a program. But if as a GM, a player shows me a receipt that says "One all day breakfast, a pint of beer and some pork scratchings" can I just say "yeah, that's about right" and give them some free healing?

Shadow Lodge ****

waynemarkstubbs wrote:
But if as a GM, a player shows me a receipt that says "One all day breakfast, a pint of beer and some pork scratchings" can I just say "yeah, that's about right" and give them some free healing?

a) Sounds like it....

b)... where are you people i need to visit... :)

Paizo Employee ***** Organized Play Coordinator

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waynemarkstubbs wrote:

What, exactly, does the retailer need to do to make the receipts valid? Do they have to endorse them? Post a policy? Sign up to anything? Because it seems to me that it's up to the GMs to police this - the player just waves a receipt from the venue dated that day - what does the GM need to know about which purchases the venue considers 'qualifying', and how is the GM meant to know this?

My lodge plays in a pub, that's part of a national chain. As long as we buy stuff and are not disruptive, then don't really care. There's no way I'm going to get them to endorse a program. But if as a GM, a player shows me a receipt that says "One all day breakfast, a pint of beer and some pork scratchings" can I just say "yeah, that's about right" and give them some free healing?

Pubs are retail venues that probably aren't going to care about the initiative one way or another. FLGS, on the other hand, are going to care and by advertising that they use the program, players may be more likely to buy product. So it comes down to a location wanting to use the incentive and then letting the *whole player base* know it is happening.

* Venture-Agent, United Kingdom—England—London aka waynemarkstubbs

Alice runs a home game.
Bob turns up with shrinkwrapped PC Folio and announces himself as "Bob's Independent Traders". Charlie turns up likewise.

Bob sells Folio to Charlie for 10 dollars. Charlie sells it back to Bob for 10 dollars. They scribble each other receipts. Alice says "all purchases in this venue are valid"

Bob and Charlie now have one free healing on request.

Dark Archive ***** Venture-Captain, Florida—Tampa aka Dominick

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waynemarkstubbs wrote:

Alice runs a home game.

Bob turns up with shrinkwrapped PC Folio and announces himself as "Bob's Independent Traders". Charlie turns up likewise.

Bob sells Folio to Charlie for 10 dollars. Charlie sells it back to Bob for 10 dollars. They scribble each other receipts. Alice says "all purchases in this venue are valid"

Bob and Charlie now have one free healing on request.

Not a retail venue. Please, we want nice things. This is a good benefit for the stores. This isn't a cheese whiz thing.

Let me point out any purchase, even those purchases of board games, books, sausages, Cheetos, and soda. The benefit is there no matter what you buy.

The Exchange ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Texas—Dallas & Ft. Worth aka Belafon

waynemarkstubbs wrote:

Alice runs a home game.

Bob turns up with shrinkwrapped PC Folio and announces himself as "Bob's Independent Traders". Charlie turns up likewise.

Bob sells Folio to Charlie for 10 dollars. Charlie sells it back to Bob for 10 dollars. They scribble each other receipts. Alice says "all purchases in this venue are valid"

Bob and Charlie now have one free healing on request.

And VL Denise says "Cut it out."

I'm not sure if you were aiming for funny or to point out how players could try to exploit the rules. If it was the latter, PFS runs on an honor system anyway. Blatantly misinterpreting rules is no different than ignoring them.

* Venture-Agent, United Kingdom—England—London aka waynemarkstubbs

I'm not against this program. Helping game stores is not a bad thing. But what's been announced in the post is so vague, nebulous and arbitrary that it's fairly meaningless.

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, Arizona—Phoenix aka TriOmegaZero

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Alice could just throw out all the paperwork and give the players the benefits because she says so. She would still be in violation of the rules and the spirit of PFS. As mentioned above, we use the honor system. Those who cheat are cheating themselves.

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We usually start our games as soon as the store opens on Sunday afternoons. If people want to shop, they do it when our games are over to be respectful of other people's time. I'm not keen on the idea of having to wait for everyone to go shopping before we can start, so I wish the receipts could be held for the next game day.

Grand Lodge

This is awesome! Thanks for thinking of the shops!

Dark Archive **

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It doesn't seem all that vague, nebulous, or arbitrary to me. In fact, it seems very straight to the point.

Good for you Paizo, supporting the FLGS like this!

:)

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We frequently have two PFS sessions back to back at some of our venues. So, if I spend $25 buying something and show the GM the receipt during the first session I have now earned the initial benefit for myself and our table is halfway to the extended benefit. But I have no benefit at the second session (unless I go spend another $10 bucks). Correct?

If this is correct, I wonder if it would be too cumbersome to allow players to "save" $10 from a single receipt towards a second table (held the same day, of course)?

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

Eric Ives wrote:
We usually start our games as soon as the store opens on Sunday afternoons. If people want to shop, they do it when our games are over to be respectful of other people's time. I'm not keen on the idea of having to wait for everyone to go shopping before we can start, so I wish the receipts could be held for the next game day.

I have a similar problem. I would love more leeway on when the products were bought so it is not disruptive.

* Venture-Agent, United Kingdom—England—London aka waynemarkstubbs

OK, then let me explain why I think this is too vague. The policy basically says

"If you are playing at a retail venue (term undefined) then someone at the venue (who?) may decide that certain purchases count towards this program."

So the vagueness comes down to 1) what is a retail venue and 2) who decides?

If you are playing in a games store, then this probably works very well. The store owner puts up a sign explaining that all Paizo products, their overpriced sodas and those Clans of Tarkir boosters that they're desperately trying to get rid off all count. No problem.

But what if you're playing in, for example, a mall food court? It's definitely a retail venue. But who would have to decide whether purchases from the KFC franchise and the noodle stand count? What about buying clothes from the shops in the mall. Who decides?

What if you're playing in a community hall, that has a small cafe. Is it a retail outlet? No, but Tanya's post explicitly says that they want to include these sorts of venues. So is it the community hall manager who decides? The lead volunteer who organizes the cafe, even though you're not playing in the cafe?

You play in a branch of Starbucks. It's a retail outlet. They give receipts. You say to the guy behind the counter "can we count our purchases here for the purpose of our game program?" He has no idea what you're talking about but says "OK". Is that good enough?

If this were explicitly limited to game stores, then it would be fine and I wouldn't have a problem with it.

Shadow Lodge *** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco Bay Area South & West aka JohnF

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I'd think that a good guideline would be "Does the location have an event calendar which shows that you're playing PFS there on Wednesdays?"

If it does, then purchases made there would probably count. If not, then they wouldn't. So playing at your local Starbucks or Pizza joint isn't likely to qualify, but playing at "Bob's Boardgame Cafe" would, as long as someone at the store says it's OK.

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, Arizona—Phoenix aka TriOmegaZero

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waynemarkstubbs wrote:
Who decides?

The event organizer or the store owner. Whoever is taking responsibility for the games being run, in conjunction with the owners of the location.

*** Venture-Agent aka Alexander Augunas

Now THIS... this is an incentive program!

Kudos, PFS team! Even in its infancy, this looks AMAZINGLY good.

Grand Lodge *** Venture-Lieutenant, California—Sacramento aka FLite

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waynemarkstubbs wrote:

OK, then let me explain why I think this is too vague. The policy basically says

"If you are playing at a retail venue (term undefined)

Original post-

In writing the program, we observed that not all PFS games are held in FLGS space. Sometimes they are in community halls or sporting halls that also house a refreshment stand or other sales outlet. Thus we named it retail, not retailer, and offer it as a tool for any location with a retail outlet patronized by Pathfinder Society players.

waynemarkstubbs wrote:
then someone at the venue (who?) may decide that certain purchases count towards this program."

Original post-

We realize that demographics are different and each retail location should decide what is best for their business, thus participation in the retail incentive program is not mandatory. Locations utilizing the program should advertise its presence to their clientele.
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The receipt need not be for Paizo products; the storeowner may include any products the venue sells as qualifying purchases.

waynemarkstubbs wrote:
But what if you're playing in, for example, a mall food court? It's definitely a retail venue. But who would have to decide whether purchases from the KFC franchise and the noodle stand count? What about buying clothes from the shops in the mall. Who decides?

Tonya-

"Pubs are retail venues that probably aren't going to care about the initiative one way or another. FLGS, on the other hand, are going to care and by advertising that they use the program, players may be more likely to buy product. So it comes down to a location wanting to use the incentive and then letting the *whole player base* know it is happening."

so the location has to care. The mall is probably not going to care, so that location would not get the incentive. But then, you never know, you might ask the mall company.

waynemarkstubbs wrote:
What if you're playing in a community hall, that has a small cafe. Is it a retail outlet? No, but Tanya's post explicitly says that they want to include these sorts of venues. So is it the community hall manager who decides? The lead volunteer who organizes the cafe, even though you're not playing in the cafe?

The community hall manager decides, but the organizer would probably need to tell them about it, they probably don't read the boards.

waynemarkstubbs wrote:
You play in a branch of Starbucks. It's a retail outlet. They give receipts. You say to the guy behind the counter "can we count our purchases here for the purpose of our game program?" He has no idea what you're talking about but says "OK". Is that good enough?

If the guy behind the counter is the owner / manager, yes. Otherwise, no. The person organizing public games should probably be keeping the onwer / manager in the loop anyway.

** Venture-Agent, California—San Francisco Bay Area North & East aka TechGnosis

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Belabras wrote:
Awesome! But, any way we can get the associated pdfs for our game store purchases as well?
Kalindlara wrote:
I think the question was "Is there a way I can buy a physical product from my store and gain this benefit, but also get the associated pdf?" ^_^

This. This needs to be a thing. A while ago, I ordered the newest book for the Dresden Files RPG from my game store. Evil Hat (the publisher) had the option if the retailer signed up as a retail location, where they could download a PDF copy of the book, and hand it out however they wanted to anyone who purchased a hardcopy of it (CD, USB key, email, etc). They also had an option for a code to use on their store site which allowed me to download it (which is what we used). Currently, the only way to get a free PDF with the purchase of a physical book is to be a subscriber. I love the idea of this, as I am a fan of physical gaming books, particularly when reading new material for the first time, its SUPER handy to have PDF copies to fulfill the PFS requirement you have a copy of all materials used in your characters. Considering how many books a typical (non-core) character uses material in, thats more than I want to carry around, particularly to a convention where I have multiple characters for the weekend.

Unfortunately, we have the problem at our location where folks either subscribe because free PDF and dropping on their door the day its out, or if they want to pick and choose, instead of getting everything, Amazon because its cheaper. This has lead to a circular logic issue, at least at our store. We are buying less Pathfinder materials from the store, as we could get a free PDF, or its cheaper elsewhere. Which in turn means they are stocking less and less Pathfinder books, which means there is less chance the actual book we want is instock, requiring we get it elsewhere.

So huzah! This is a definite step in the right direction, but its not a full solution.

Shadow Lodge ****

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BUY OR DIE!

:)

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Frankly, I think this is a good move by Paizo. I will deliberately buy product to help my PFS group win in a scenario... especially if the scenario is notoriously difficult. I would instantly buy $50 of product at the start of every Bonekeep game, on purpose, just to shore up our chances of survival.

Some problems to fix:


  • The text makes it seem like you need to purchase a single item valued at $10 or more for the first benefit. However, based upon the text about the $50 option, it seems more likely that combined receipts will qualify at both levels. That's an important difference. Lots of game stores make their money from food & drinks that gamers buy during play. These individual purchases may be small, but add up by the end of the night. They should qualify, and I suspect they do. It's just the wording is a little fuzzy.
  • The listed benefits are organized poorly so that the enhanced benefit is mixed in with the initial benefit. I'd simply reformat the text to make it more obvious what your options are at level 1 & 2.

Nonetheless, thanks tons for this. Those who have money to spend now have a new reason to spend it!

Sovereign Court ***** Venture-Agent, Missouri—St. Louis aka bluesman95

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If I have a receipt can I make the monsters harder to kill when I GM

Paizo Employee ***** Pathfinder Society Lead Developer

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Roy Lewis wrote:
If I have a receipt can I make the monsters harder to kill when I GM

In most circumstances when it comes to GMing, the question is less often whether one can do something and more whether it's a good idea—for you, your table, and your community—to actually do it.

But in all seriousness, no, this program is not intended to empower the PCs' foes.

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What if they really have it coming, though?

They know what they did.

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Agent aka Darius Silverbolt

I like the idea a lot. Bravo Tonya and John !

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Good idea. Investing in the Flgs really help our PFS groups maintain a place to play.

Like someone said above, selling vouchers and/or gift cards by flgs would go a lot further. I would rather pay my shop money for a pdf book voucher or gift card to paizo.com to keep them in business, than order it online directly.

Shadow Lodge ***** RPG Superstar Season 9 Top 8 aka WalterGM

As a Paizo registered retailer I got an email about this initiative that directed me to this forum post. So I suspect all the LGS's that are Paizo registered should be aware of this initiative shortly. I will be making an announcement at the next game day I attend for sure.

For other venues that don't carry Paizo stuff and therefore can't become registered as such, just inform your event organizer about this initiative to help get the word out.

Liberty's Edge ****

I'm 110% in favor of supporting local game stores but I hate owning physical product. I think own 3 actual Pathfinder books (and they never leave the closet). The rest of my Paizo goods were all purchased as PDFs.

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