Download includes FOUR files: a full color version AND a stripped black and white version for easy printing, and by popular demand both files are available in classic vertical (portrait) orientation as well as our legendary horizontal (landscape) orientation.
What is the difference between the two listed versions? Based on the description, I get the impression that both landscape and portrait orientations are in the same download...???
Victor Gonzalez wrote:
Boooo. It seems clear to me that many in this community would welcome/are looking for a "fillable" "auto-calculating" sheet with all the discussion of HeroLab on this topic. It seems to me that Paizo may be penny wise but pound foolish on this approach.
I would be far more interested in getting a print template I could output my HeroLab characters into.
Fine for some dice but not for pahfinder dice. AFAIK
Yep...thanks for the correction. It appears that they only offer them in complete sets...likley due to licensing requirements (both the Earthdawn and Savage Worlds sets are only available in sets).
It has been a long time...my bad... :(
I just went to their site, selected a color pattern for their dwarven dice and saw the set and individuals available for adding to your cart. Strange this isn't working for you...??? Will post some links when I get home.
While I would have no issue with on online "option" being able, to have the content loaded on my computer/laptop, independent of an internet connection, is critical for me. With the recent changes made by WotC, I have opted not to renew my subscription.
I kinda wish Sarah, who I would also like to thank for her excellent work, could have gotten on stage just once. The art makes a good game a beautiful masterpiece.
Yes, but it was nice to see the accolades given to her by Jason when he accepted the award for the Bestiary.
Some great looking titles here; particularly interested in the Rivals Guide and Dungeons of Golarion. Truth be told, I'm pretty keen on all of them... ;)
Only downside is the placeholder art used for the PFS Field Guide - just doesn't seem to compare when held up against its companion books (IMHO).
Not sure if you are aware, but a couple of contacts listed here. In particular, there is an email address for Sarah Robinson and general art submissions.
All that said, the sample is pretty nice - seems to me it would be a great fit for some of the Open Design (Kobold Quarterly) publications.
My first recollections of the game were small ads in Games magazine; at the time, I was living in the Yukon and had little knowledge of gaming or the FLGS... ;) Fast forward a couple of years and we moved back to Toronto where I hooked up with a great friend in middle school. He and his brother introduced D&D to my brother and I and we had many a great battles and sessions. Of course, back then it was all about power, wealth and power - good times.
We initially dove into the Red Box, then the Blue, followed by the Green and ultimately, the Gold. However, the bug had taken hold and it wasn't long before AD&D became the goto game, with Star Frontiers, Top Secret, Shadowrun and Battletech all vying for game time.
I find myself today thinking on these memories very fondly, and wondering how I could ever have spent so much time buried in books, maps and figures... ;)
it depends on when amazon ordered them from the distributor. as I understand it, the latest printing of these two books have been out for about a month and a half, and the distributors were out (or nearly out) of second printing when the third was released to them. So if amazon/FLGS ordered thier book after that time, you should most likely get the newest printing
Vic Wertz wrote:
I'm assuming that if I were to re-order these items from Paizo, they would be latest printing? Any idea as to availability through other trade outlets such as Amazon?