Bump since the stickied threads are no longer working on RotRL for some reason. Does anyone have a list of the other sticked threads so we can keep them accessible?
I feel compelled to say that Fantasy Grounds offers the most "virtual table" experience of any of the products currently out there, in my opinion. While its mapping abilities are minimal, it does most of what you need, especially if you use Paizo's digital products. There is a vibrant ruleset for both PF and PFS on their web site, and a lot of what you need, especially combat, and even a lot of spells is automated to the degree that makes sense for a game facilitated by a GM.
Anyway, I guess I look forward to seeing what Paizo comes up with, but, as others have remarked, it would have to be pretty amazing to pull me away from Fantasy Grounds.
Vic Wertz wrote:
Vic, I'm not complaining, as I love everything Paizo (as you can see from my subscriber line), but I happen to be one of the unlucky ones. I was missing one figure from the first H&M case, and I am missing two (54 and 58) from my current RotRL case. So, I have orders in your secondary market. But, as you've pointed out, when it comes to random distribution, there will always be outliers. I just happen to be one of them, unfortunately for me.Anyway, please keep up the great work!
I am not saying to delete this thread, just put a link to it in the other. It is stickied and as this thread gets moved lower on the heap, no one will see this greAt stuff. Besides, that thread does already include artwork.
I am more in the camp of quick-and-dirty. Most of the ones that are critical already have art in the AP, so I'd prefer quick renders of the ones that aren't in the AP. PLUS, this let's the artist not spend so much time doing the rest of us a favor, since the quick render is what he prefers too.
Did these ever get uploaded anywhere?
Below was the link:
This was about The Skinsaw Murders.
I stored a link to a topic regarding RotR, but now, when I click on the link, it just goes to the list of threads. How do I get to the threads no longer on the list?
Also, why is the search function so useless on these boards? All I ever get is a bunch of user profiles.
The deck uses a concept called misalignment where if a good (evil) card is in the evil (good) row, you are supposed to reverse the reading of the card. This really opens up options in the harrow.
I'm thinking of adding another concept that I call discord to my harrows. In this case, if a lawful (chaotic) card is in a chaotic (lawful) position, you put a different spin on the reading. I think it would be either how something in the past will bleed over into the future (lawful in chaotic position) or how something in the future will bring to completion something in the past (chaotic in lawful position). Alternatively, the reading could involve how someone/something of a lawful nature could or did cause a very chaotic result (and vice versa for chaotic card in lawful position) or perhaps, uncharacteristically perform in discord to its nature.
Just a thought....
I think we can figure out when the Swallowtail Festival is with a little bit of information. Does anyone know any cannon reference for how long a year is? The PCS says 52 weeks of 7 days, but I seem to remember somewhere that each month is exactly 30 days with a leap year every 8 with the leap day at the end of Arodus.
The key to figuring it out is that in Shadow in the Sky, there is a note on p.15 that says that the 14th day of Arodus in 4708 AR is an Oathday. We can work backwards from there to figure out the Swallowtail Festival if we know how long a year is.
I know it's hard to believe that someone is just getting started with RotR but we are. Question: Who died in the goblin attacks? I think this is a glaring ommission in the text but I can't find a gone listed, just that the deaths were thankfully few.
Guide to Korvosa has a section titled Numiatics that covers Korvosa coinage. It is not bad except it doesn't really tell you what is ok the front and back of the coins.
Does anyone know what the picture is on p. 12 of the Player's Guide? It shows what I believe are the ruins of some ancient Thassilonian city, but there is no caption or anything by which to identify it.
I am a subscriber to everything, and I want to go back and make up the stuff before I became a subscriber. Why do I have to pay twice for the hard copy and the PDF of the back-issues? It seems like a subscriber should get the PDF of back-issues free once he purchases the hard copy.