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Goblin Squad Member. RPG Superstar 2013 Marathon Voter, 2014 Marathon Voter. Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 2,315 posts (2,458 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. 4 wishlists. 4 aliases.


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Checks clock - ooohh, still some time for some Draenor Stronghold tweaking - whooosh!

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Azouth wrote:
Guess that makes us all first timers. (first time with non wondrous item)

Indeed, I invaded that thread too saying exactly that point :P

Rawr!

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Suffolk, England here :)

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Nickolas Floyd wrote:
In some ways I'll be disappointed if I do make top 32.

Honestly, if I get a slot, being in the UK, I think everyone wherever they are in the world will still hear a strange loud "Hoody hoo!" of joy.

( Yes, KODT reference, haven't seen one for a while ;) )

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Zahir ibn Mahmoud ibn Jothan wrote:
Anthony Adam wrote:

I have 7 years of wondrous item, so I can tag this thread too :P

Grin.

Ahh, but do you have 8? Please note the new sign above the door!

I can, hand on heart, swear that I have not entered 8 wondrous items :P

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I was quietly confident on my item, until I saw some of the items I did template checks for - now, I'm fingers, arms and legs crossed man.

But that's all part of the fun. :)

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I have 7 years of wondrous item, so I can tag this thread too :P

Grin.

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jeffh wrote:
The bit I dropped basically consisted of explaining what *sort* of person is most likely to make my item, and why it might be significant to them. No detailed backstory, just a minimal suggestion for one way it could fit into the world.

That sounds like something that won't hurt you then - older hands have had "no backstory" beaten into them over the years, so it might even be a good thing.

One of the lessons that I have learnt is to trust the GMs and Players, give them the magic, leave it to them to work the rest out.

It sounds like you have done this (by accident maybe), so all cool.

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Jeff Lee wrote:
Some of us are already on that path, Cheapy. Just take a look at my profile page. I just think being RPG Superstar would be a great feather in my cap on top of a couple of years of 3PP writing.

Me too -

I have sent out a host of samples to 3pp with covering letters.
I submit regularly to Wayfinder.
I have taken SKR's on line games design course - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
I now run my own games design blog site, growing steadily in popularity according to the visit stats.
And I have recently taken on my first formal piece of paid work - only a small piece but it is a start.
And I have credits, and samples on my profile page for any 3PP browsing who happens to come across my stuff and wants to know more.

This year so far is proving to be a fine year for my efforts to crack the door open and get my toes behind it :)

Edit:
Christmas Wave to SKR - I saw you lurking and favoriting :P

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COBOL - those were the days - programming in English Sentences. I miss those days.

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Most editors of words theses days allow you to set the dictionary from English UK/Other to English US - it's the first thing I do to the new document I will be working in.

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Thunderfrog wrote:
I feel like I did something no one else is going to try...

Me too - although now I am hoping we both didn't try the same somethiing different >.<

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I did wonder about that - but as it was a clear round rules requirement, it didn't hurt to highlight it :)

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Curaigh wrote:
Anthony Adam wrote:


And this year, the 1st time in 8 years, I didn't use the whole dang word count. I got in, said what needed saying and got out :)

There you go Curaigh, I owned up :D

I haven't said anything about your word-count in a long time, AA. I haven't had too! :)

I think it is a testament to the learning process we have endured. As is Phloid, OgeXam and FaxCelestis becoming Nickolas Floyd, Wesley Lee and James Raine. May that next testament be yours this year.

He he, if I make Top 32, once I come round from the dead faint, I will be looking for you and other freelance forgers - it will be fun locking horns in competition together here ;)

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Ahhh I got you beat Nickolas... 8 years (and counting) and not even a Top tag!

Yay! I'm THAT good! :P

Bit of a fan-boy for the first few years, so didn't keep those (thank god >.<) until I submitted...

Wait for it...

Neil especially loved the alliteration of...

Proliferating Pocket Purse!

Ta-da! - See, that's why I am kind of bad names.

It's also the year I sent SKR home with a headache - you think feedback is brutal? Try seeing that as feedback - I'm still smarting BUT it kicked me into serious mode.

In fact all my entries have been put up for public review except for the first 2 years.

Thinking back, there was the plot device part of a butler, that once complete proved to be an assassin out for the king. But he was oh so polite while dropping the party in the do do.

More recently, I had a ranger only item that had eyes with creatures in them as pupils allowing you to swap favored enemies around.

Last year was a wispy cloak of thunderstorms, a mantle that turned the wearer into a rolling ball of death and destruction.

I'll dig out my archive later and see what other goodies I submitted that I can find :)

And this year, the 1st time in 8 years, I didn't use the whole dang word count. I got in, said what needed saying and got out :)

There you go Curaigh, I owned up :D

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Here's a weird thought for the day all (and welcome to the competition)

We are all, in effect, first timers this time because round 1 is all new and shiny. ;)

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Here's some feedback ;)

All of you posting in this thread are games designer BEASTS!

How you found the time to create multiple submissions to choose from in that timescale I will never know.

Wow, just wow.

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Doc_Outlands wrote:

I'm not worried about the *rules* for disqualification, as I compared my submission against them twice before hitting submit, and I assume my rather more-seasoned pit-crew did, as well. I'm interested in the *notification* of disqualification. Totally different animal. As such, Anthony's was the more useful answer. Long answer short - "you won't, really."

I asked, because I'd seen a few comments by submitters saying, effectively, "aaaaand, I'm DQ'd." I assumed there was an official channel by which submitters were notified if it was found they'd inadvertently breached the DQ-list and was interested in knowing what that was.

Indeed, you got it.

You can never know for sure unless ask for feedback and someone says "I flagged that for DQ because...", but even then you may not have been DQ'd - the judges review all the DQ flagging and may decide the entry doesn't warrant DQ. It's rare, but it does happen.

The only reasons for DQ that you can be 100% positive of at this stage are

a) it was the wrong type of item
b) it wasn't for pathfinder
c) it was 301 words or more
d) it wasn't submitted in English.

I get the feeling your worry is not any of those.

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Snorter wrote:

Also waiting for the round where we have to

'Describe the background plot of your scenario submission, Rashomon-style, via the conflicting accounts of biased NPC witnesses.'

Dang, so plot

"Point adventurers at cave. They go in. Monsters kill them."

isn't good enough?

:P

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What items will we see/can I see my item again?

After submitting, the only items your will ever see again are...

a) The random item selections you get to vote on each time you vote.
b) The top 32 for definite.
c) You *might* get to see the alternates items.
d) And that's it ... until - writers choose to post their item in the annual voluntary critique my item thread.

The chances of seeing every item is tiny, even those voting 1,000s of times in prior years found there were items they never saw when sharing their lists.

Worried about DQ?

If you're item was in danger of DQ, the only way you will find out if it was DQ'd is by

1) not being a Top 32 or alternate
2) sharing your item for feedback once voting closes - the reviewers working through the items in that thread will soon tell you if you have broached DQ or not.

Voting and feedback etiquette

During voting, AND AFTER, do not make posts like...

Did you see ITEM NAME. Did anyone else think it was dingo do do?
or
Wow, a bazillion gold piece price? Somebody made a solid gold and diamond encrusted head slot artifact!

Names and identifying specifics should never be used during or after voting - wait for the writer to request feedback.

If you do ramble, ramble in such a way that it is very general - last year one of the judges said something like (I can't find the original so am paraphrasing)...

So many cloaks made of cloud and mist. But. One of them. Was really good!

Every wispy cloak writer went "Arrrrgh!" (I was one) followed by "Phew, please be mine!" (it wasn't >.<)

When rambling if you want to post a negative ensure it ends with a positive - keep every entrant guessing right to the reveal.

ONLY feedback on items for writers that have requested feedback by sharing their item publicly for such.

Do not "volunteer" your feedback for those items that were not selected. If an item you saw and are desperate to feedback on does not get shared publicly, then that writer does not solicit the feedback and that choice should be respected.

YOU MADE TOP 32?

Well done indeed!

a) be prepared for hard work, short time scales and really evil twists and requirements for each round

b) know and accept that every submission for every round you take part in will be commented on publicly by the voting public.

c) be aware that the first posts on your submissions as finalists will be the feedback from the judges themselves and will be seen by all the voters too!

Learn the mantra...

Feedback is Good. I learn from feedback.

Repeat as often as necessary ;)

Your feedback

Although you are encouraged to feedback on entries, be they finalist entries or voluntary requests for feedback, be HONEST with your feedback and be SPECIFIC about what you like and don't like. Being specific forces your feedback to be about the item and not the entrant. It objectifies the feedback making it easier to take and digest. Examples of feedback...

"Wow this item is amazing" - although it boosts ego's, it's not very useful in helping identify how to do things even better next time.

"You description has a propensity to ramble to over half of your word count, however, when we do get to the actual effect at line 37 the rule content is accurate and worded perfectly" - now that we can learn from!

Better yet, it started with a gentle "too much description" BUT ended on a positive note which encourages the entrant to accept your feedback and not be upset by it. It also makes you look real classy too ;)

So when you feedback, always try to end with something you liked about the submission.

I think that lot covers most questions for this round. :)

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Misdirect All Pathfinders?

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Owen K. C. Stephens wrote:
I'm actually living in Kent, not far from the AFK Eatery and Elixirs, so I don't have to cross the bridge to get to Redmond. It IS, however, a 45-55 minute commute most days, and 90 minutes on a bad day.

I saw Kent,

Got excited,

I was born in Kent, ...

The County of Kent -

Kent, England

>.< -

So glad they aren't the same Kent because that would be a heck of a commute! :D

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Orloff wrote:

Anyone into the Star Trek miniatures game? Anyone?

*sees self to the door*

I'm tempted but want to finish my Xwings collection first - there are new releases of scum and villany being released on 31st Dec >.<

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Indeed, the rules point you to the CRB - but that has had a few printings now, so do check the errata for your copy.

E.g before 5th printing, some slots showed as a dash "-", and from 5th printing it shows as none with a semi-colon "none;"

The PRD is pretty quickly updated when errata get released, so you can always double check that too - it will have some extra formatting for hyperlinks, but the general layout will be correct for your item type.

Always use the most up to date layouts for the book you are pointed to in the round rules.

Good luck all.

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I prefer Space Farers of Catan to resolve tied items - I get to shake my space ship and if it's a black ball, then its a down vote...

Grin:

... kidding about the voting...

... but I think Space Farers is way too cool ...

... Yup, I'm sad ...

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You should be ok, Omni, the nature of some of the item types lend themselves to class specificality, so I doubt your entry is the only one. :)

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Big guns range 5 - everything else range 3 - bad news tie pilots, you have to get into its firing range before it is in yours :P

Then again, when you are in range, it's like hitting a barn door the size of Texas...

Ok, who rolled the "1" ? :D

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One problem with cliches/memes is often they don't surface until we are well into voting - only then do we start to go...

"oh no, another guided flying back-stabbing sword of desna created with a hilt of diamond flake constructed animated butterflies"

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*vawoooom wawoom*

don't forget neon purple light swords...

*vawoooom wawoom*

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That's an interesting idea there Nazard...

A fighter based staff with fighter based powers... very unique possibly?

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*waits for doc to come around from his faint*

* pounces! *

And the Tantive IV has arrived - massive and looks amazing!

:P

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A couple years ago, I fell foul of single class item - voters who don't like/play that class tend to down vote such items.

If you have utility for all classes gives an item wider appeal, so as long as your "single class/race" is tempered without making it seem to be the only best choice for the item. And the item still provides real gain / benefits for general use, the you might get away with it.

It's a fine line to walk though, especially with the ebb and flow of public perceptions, desires, wants, likes and dislikes.

But that's part of the fun of entering :)

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lair-master wrote:
Jacob W. Michaels wrote:
lair-master, you always want to have a copy of your final version on your hard drive (or google docs or cloud or somewhere). That holds true for anything you submit, as you never know when some problem could require you to re-send it.
I have a copy of my final version. I was concerned I might have accidentally deleted something and didn't notice before clicking "submit", unlikely as that may be. It's an irrational fear, I know. I'm just nervous.

On the very plus side, I can guarantee you will see it again if it is selected as a Top 32 finalist :P

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
I suppose this years drinking game will have to include "item is actually a wondrous item" rather than "item is not a wondrous item"

I think we once had both, because it was a real nice feeling to cross the good one off :D

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I ended up checking over 100 entries this year, so I stand a good chance at seeing more than one of those make Top 32 this year. Last year was a record for me, 3 items I reviewed made Top 32!

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I even have a set of proper asteroids on clear stands... So much nicer than the cardboard ones.

Cant wait for postie tomorrow, hes bringing me my Millenium Falcon - which just leaves the rebel transport delivery outstanding...

So many toys, and such a nice distraction from living in these forums like I have done ;)

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I enjoy it, its something I look forward to every year. And its a real buzz when I see people I have reviewed items for appear in the top 32.

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And I have caught up and have an empty queue, so this offer is now closed. I need to start researching maps a bit more.

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Cosmo's Golarion Snuffing Death Star - hey, it's a weapon that happens to carry people through space!

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A few ideas of more Paizo targeted theme...

Customer Care Bears' Horrendous Hugs of Talk to the Hand!

Store Ninja's Envelope Opener of Wallet Raiding!

James' Misdirect Games Convention Flight Wand!

and although he left this year, we can't leave him out...

SKR's Do It Right Beat-stick of Training!

yeah - reaching on those, but I was having my pre-Christmas brain dump moment. Trying to put it back in again now :P

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Mikko Kallio wrote:
Anthony Adam wrote:
Cool idea, but I would not require a score, the random factor on my votes would have perverted the results - I saw only 3 of the Top 32 during the voting stage last year even though I achieved marathon voter.

That's odd, and unfortunate. I didn't see all the Top 32 items either, but only three? That's some seriously bad luck, or a weird glitch. :(

For it to be a contest, though, it does need a scoring system. How else do I know whom to interview on ASFH? :-P

I actually thought it more good luck - the Top 32 was a surprise and I couldn't curse them on their way there! :P

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Hmm, for description we could have something like... (and this is deliberately passive, bad and downright awful...)

This fully automatic hand crossbow could fire 20 shots per round!

Unfortunately, it always jams after the first shot is fired.

Fortunately, you can always fire first before initiatives are called.

Unfortunately, if you fail a straight DC 10 luck roll, you will always go last as you extricate yourself from the tangle of crossbow wire and misfired bolts.

Grin.

p.s. The Slave 1 miniature was the killer - I could only get it from a "rip you a new one" collector site? With postage, it ended up being just over 100 quid (or 160(ish) US dollars). For one mini, just one >.<

Cry.

Fortunately, I had finished my Christmas Shopping, so it wasn't so bad. Just the wrapping left to do.

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In order to maintain my Marathon voter status to 3 years in a row, I won't be checking prices unless they look or feel really, really wrong.

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Jacob W. Michaels wrote:
Anthony Adam wrote:
Interestingly, changing initiative can be dangerous to action economy.

And to your chances of getting into the contest...

Alas, my poor time-tossed pendant. I STILL think you were a cool little item. :(

I remember that one.

I also thought it was cool.

I haven't made Top 100 yet... wonder if there's a connection >.<

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JJ Jordan wrote:
Clay Clouser wrote:

Step one to winning RPG Superstar, taunt the judges.

Anthony Adam, can we add this to your PDF? Thanks.

I just might, linking your post so they know who to blame :P

Hah!

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Well, Template Fu, for the first time ever has hit the sweet spot range - the question is, have I just caused a major sweet spot shift and cursed everyone else in that range? :P

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Jacob Trier wrote:
Anthony Adam wrote:
Yeah, what are the chances of more than one powercut in a week... umm.... errr... *ducks for cover under the nearest rock to hide* :P

[Han Solo]

Never tell me the odds...!
[/Han Solo]

So, is a 52 year old getting a full set of X-Wing miniatures for the X-Wing miniatures game really sad or really cool? >.<

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Interestingly, changing initiative can be dangerous to action economy.

Using that item you choose to re-roll your initiative, you were on 10, it's now 5 - oh dear, have you now missed your go?

Or, worse, you were on 10, now you are on 12, do you get a second go in the same round? And if you re-roll on 12, and get 15, a third, and re-roll on 15 and get 20, a fourth?

Hey, it could happen!

Beware action economy changers, they can have unforeseen complexities.

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randomwalker wrote:
Tom Benton wrote:

It doesn't seem like I'm going to get around to building this out myself, so I humbly offer to the jokesters:

Battle Axe Body Spray

that's not an item, that's an improved critical feat...

Is that the item that also removes 100% rust and sweat stains from armor undershirts?

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Angry Wiggles wrote:


Unless I'm sorely mistaken, the spell list for staves follows the following order of priority:

1: Number of charges, ascending.
2: Alphabetical order.

I think I made it the same order too - so don't forget, no matter how many reviews you get from whoever, do this step once at least...

Find the same item type in the core rule book, if possible try to find an item as like to template needs as your item does.

LOOK at the named variants after the general construction tables and ensure that part of your entry matches with capitalization, sort ordering, italicization and so forth...

Exceptions:
There may be an change to formatting in the core rule book errata, double check that errata - e.g. from 5th editions, slot - (dash) becoming slot none;

Those parts provided by the template should not be capitalized - leave them how the template has them. The capitalization you see in the book is because of the font in use I believe.

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