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Laird IceCubez wrote:
Brinebeast wrote:

List of Paizo/Golarion Articles appearing in Kobold Press publications. (For citations please note that at the time Kobold Press was called Kobold Quarterly)

-Golarion Articles published in Kobold Quarterly-
Kobold Quarterly Issue 7 (3.5) Monsters of Osirion
Kobold Quarterly Issue 10 (3.5) Sneak Preview of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game
Kobold Quarterly Issue 10 (3.5) Chaos Magic of the Proteans
Kobold Quarterly Issue 14 Prince of Wolves
Kobold Quarterly Issue 16 Magic Items of Golarion
Kobold Quarterly Issue 17 Ambush in Absalom: An Official Pathfinder Society Quest
Kobold Quarterly Issue 19 Welcome to the Dragon Empires
Kobold Quarterly Issue 19 Lau Kiritsu: Golarion’s Lord of Absolute Obedience
Kobold Quarterly Issue 21 The Shadow Lodge Insurgency: As recounted by the Pathfinder Chronicles
Kobold Quarterly Issue 22 Barbatos: Gatekeeper of Golarion’s Hells
Kobold Quarterly Issue 22 A Pathfinder Society Guide to Varisia
Kobold Quarterly Issue 23 Dispater: Aristocrat-Tyrant of Golarion’s Hells
Kobold Quarterly Issue 23 Pathfinder Society Quest: The Urge to Evolve

-Kobold Press Web Articles-
Wayward Children of the Abyss (Part 1)
Wayward Children of the Abyss (Part 2)
Wayward Children of the Abyss (Part 3)
Wayward Children of the Abyss (Part 4)
Wayward Children of the Abyss (Part 5)
Trapspringer: Ustalav Doll Casket

Anything of note within those articles? Like crunch-wise, or is it all fluff?

a lot of the crunch has since been reprinted. This includes thing like riffle scrolls from KQ14 and at least some of the monsters from KQ7. Someone with all of the issues at hand could tell you more definitively.

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"Might of the Paladins wrote:

i agree with u, but they just didnt do it like that before!!i was checking every single day last 2 weeks to see the rest of them but nothing.

They seem to do this every year for the summer set, usually only previewing half of the set before release. I have a feeling that they have some calculated slips at conventions for names that don't make the internet. Back before wizkids was involved, some of the miniatures employees would write up sneak peaks with cell phone pictures for the big collection site(s) to finish the previews and would post daily the month before release.

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Rotolord wrote:

Marco, do you have any idea on how the minis singles are priced at launch (especially on Miniaturemarket due to the low shipping cost to Europe)?

I mean, it seems to me there are large variations in the very first days, so I think it's not only related to rarity & size...

I'd very like to have an idea of my cherry-picking cost for this one, but it would be interesting also for Pathfinder Battles in general, I am not able to find a common factor on how they are priced.

I think that they each have their own formula. Factors included are most likely:

*Rarity

*Race (PC races has more demand, as do iconic monsters such as dragons/mind flayers/beholders/ect)

*Number of other examples If this is the 100th goblin, there is less demand than the first

*CR - Less games get to higher CR, so you are less likely to see use of a high CR creature, so demand may drop

*Number appearing - If they normally appear alone, a GM only needs one... if they normally appear in packs of 5-10 and are common *cough goblins cough* every GM is going to want at least 15 to support above average packs. Erik factors this into rarity slotting for the pathfinder lines... not sure if D&D people do.

*If there are other examples, what were they priced at, how fast did they sell, are the sold out, and how those the new model stack up against the old.

*How fragile is this sculpt - I own 8 slurks from shattered star set, 7 of them have one or 0 tusks. if things break easily, people will buy replacements, so supply will be down and demand will be up.

*Coolness factor - Is the sculpt cool, or is it boring?

How each site weights the above factors will vary from site to site, and even among employees at the same site. some sites will have higher prices at launch, if they sell 1 and find the price is too high, they can always drop the price later. If they sell out in minutes because the price was too low, they lost out on profits forever.

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Finally, do you have any idea of where is the best place to buy minis from the Iconics sets? If I get it right neither Paizo nor MM sell them as singles.

The iconic sets are $25-30 for 4 figures and a companion... THis puts them at $6-$8 a peice and the companion at $2-$4 minimum. The older sets you might be able to find a little cheaper as people were able to sell the card game cads separate. I would expect to pay about $7.50 each for the old ones and $9 for the ones on preorder (about half that for the companions). My biggest suggestion on this front is if you have a FLGS that sells singles and the iconic packs, offer to buy them as singles, if the store would open them up. GO in expecting a price, and haggle... If you are paying for 1/3 of the MSRP to buy 1 figure, that means they can make more selling the singles than selling the sealed box. Many local stores who sell singles will do this.

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The map pack product pages have pictures of the tiles, so you can see the colors used... I think some would fit together nicely, others have a slightly lighter color palette.

On the other hand, Forests are not all one color, One area may have more evergreen while others have more leafy trees, or dead leaves vs grass that you are walking on.. So these slightly different color choices may not bother you. Most of the time all of the outside tiles in the same pack have the same color palate. So I would suggest looking at the pictures of the example tiles and making your own conclusions

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Biscuit Monster wrote:

I hate painting minis. So I like prepainted minis.

And thus it would be awesome if Paizo could partner with these guys to come up with a 'player characters' prepainted minis series... :)

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/handofglory/hand-of-glory-modular-magn etic-gaming-miniatures

my guess is that any deal would have to come after they fulfill the kickstarter. This allows paizo to use the. Kickstarter as a stress test

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DM_Kumo Gekkou wrote:
FAQ wrote:

When will a list of minis be available for a given set?

We'll add previews of minis to each set's product page leading up to the release of a set. The full list will generally be released shortly before the release date.

I saw this in the FAQ, but it remains unclear to me. If I am subscribed, will a list of minis be available before it ships?

I know this is an old question but it doesn't look answered.. every Friday there is a blog post about minis. This previews anywhere. From 1 to 6 of the. Minis in the upcoming set. Usually we have seen all of the minis about 2weeks before shipping the sets

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Interesting.... It definitely is a amalgamation of the KD:M and Pathfinder art styles... I Like Merisel and Valeros... Not sure if I like the screaming faces on a good cleric's robes... or that Seoni's hips seem wider than they've ever been drawn... but she is also the iconic that fits the ascetic of KD:M the most

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44. The Abolith did it, you'll get to learn more about why that is when you meet their masters in 15 levels or so...

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The fiction in skull and shackles 4 and 5 have a harpy in them.

What are you looking for this information for? The wiki what links here for the Harpy page has a good number of links you can explore

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Eviljames wrote:
danielc wrote:

While I like these Minotaurs, I do have to ask when will we get some of the simple things like a mule with supplies on it? I mean there has been a mule in almost every adventure I have ever played and yet it has not showed up at all in PPM.

I love the quality and work Paizo puts into the PPM line so I would love to see them do a mule.

Reaper just today released a pack donkey in unpainted plastic if you are interested.

They have a camel with luggage and stuff as a separate piece too.

-Ant, Giant (I use the D&D minis ant people for this, or the Large Celestial beetle)
-Bat (there are 2 D&D minis and a Pathfidner Battles mini for this. Wizkids' familer packs for the unpainted deep cuts has a bat as well. Reaper 77176: Familiars pack also has one unpainted)
-Boar (we have a small/medium pig and a large boar, I don't think we need more.)
-Cat (Reaper 77176: Familiars pack has this, and its a really easy thing to paint)
-Dolphin
-Eel-Reaper item 02948:Familiar Pack VII ($13.99 - metal unpainted) has this
-Monkey
-Octopus-Reaper item 02948:Familiar Pack VII ($13.99 - metal unpainted) has this
-Squid
-Toad
-Viper - There are lots of various snakes minis that cover small/medium including vipers in Heros and monsters, and at least 43 I can think for from D&D minis)
-Weasel (Reaper 77176: Familiars pack has this, and its a really easy thing to paint, There is also a Dire weasel in the D&D mini set angelfire)

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The Wiki goes as far as to track the releases by year, but that is as close to what Steve is asking I can think of

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My guess is that some products have a more advanced turn-around time than others, depending on the writer(s) and the product type. Some times writers are under contract and real world happens. I doubt they can legally put someone's name on as a writing credit prior to their final manuscript being submitted... to shield themselves from false advertising claims by both end-readers and FLGSs who preorder on name recognition.

Some products, such as any written by a Paizo staffer, the manuscript needs to be turned in before they even put it on the schedule. On the other hand, most freelancer-written products the page is up before the product is off to the printer, and for adventure paths subscribers may have part 1 while they are still working on part 5 or 6 (This is why pawns/maps can't be earlier in the AP, as they don't have the art for them from later volumes yet). So this may not be possible.

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Wei Ji the Learner wrote:
Cpt_kirstov wrote:
shadowkras wrote:
Why even bother with a bottomless pit when there is clearly a bridge to cross over it?
For the test of the Startone, the first task is that each perspective godling has to cross the pit using a different method than all others attempted before. So Cayden may have walked across the bridge drunkenly, now no one else can walk across the bridge to complete that part of the test.

No one else can walk across in a *drunken* fashion, you mean?

And, is that a superstition that has sprung up around the 'stone, or a real thing?

Actually according to the guide to absalom (p17) "The only publicly known part of the Test of the Starstone is

that hopefuls have to cross the bottomless pit without using
one of the existing bridges
; nobody has been able to enter the
Starstone Cathedral by taking the easy route. Hopefuls have
used many ways in the past millennia to cross the pit: mages
have flown across with magic, priests have walked on air, and
others have used flying mounts. Stranger methods include
giant slingshots or walking a tightrope, while some make
mighty leaps, convinced of their worthiness. Not all of these
methods are successful, and what worked for one person can
fail for another; some don’t make it across, and some do but
cannot enter the cathedral."

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shadowkras wrote:
Why even bother with a bottomless pit when there is clearly a bridge to cross over it?

For the test of the Startone, the first task is that each perspective godling has to cross the pit using a different method than all others attempted before. So Cayden may have walked across the bridge drunkenly, now no one else can walk across the bridge to complete that part of the test.

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Livgin, I would suggest looking at the pathfinder wiki Cheliax article and look at the references for the parts of information you feel like incorporating into your story, and clicking the blue links to find out more information related to the time period. Once you have a few books to review, look at those.

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I know the Whiz has had some Pathfinder society games in the past. They might be a good place to start.

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Rysky wrote:
The comics are, I believe. No word yet on the others.

I don't think any of the comics have yet.... they mentioned that they would go over them when worldscape came out, but I don't think they have actually been reviewed. They are not in the additional resources page

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it also allows players to click on your alias and see all the posts to your games without being lost in posts to other boards. So say you have a in character thread, and out of character thread, and a rules question/discussion thread, if one gets 'lost' off the first page you can find it easily if all three are being posted by one account (IE searching the alias' posts for things about ship to ship combat or infamy/disrepute questions for a skull and shackles game)

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Well... the Confirmation has someone trying to cross it by jumping his warhorse over it, and then jumping from said horse to cross the rest of the way. Everyone else you talk to seems to think there is no way that will work, yet according to the Guide to Absalom, p. 17 hopefuls have leaped across in the past.

I'd put it at 'the length needed to fit the story you are telling'

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Last I heard, they were still in discussions with the Vampire Hunter D owners about expanding the license for that sourcebook. As I understand it, it was published under a license for the kickstarter, which allowed for certain flexibility for stretch goals, but didn't allow for those flexible definition items to be sold for profit later.

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It was attempted in Korvosa (see Pathfinder Goblins #1 the second story)

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I'm a visual learner.... the blog pictures let me link the articles be talked about to the product in my headspace so I can locate them easier later. Yes, I can do the same thing by actually reading them, but when you have a backlog of over 100 products to read, I'd like to know what one I should be excited to be reading next. Right now I flip through and read the introduction, and then it goes on a shelf until needed/next on the list.

It just feels like neglect on both parties parts, but it's not my job to get myself interested in a book. To be honest, I'm planning on canceling some subscriptions later this year do to this lack of getting me excited over them.

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I know that Starfinder is the "new thing" but can we please have more pathfinder content for those of us who don't love sci-fi?

The early days of the blog, every product got the same treatment the starfinder core rulebook is: we would hear about backmatter articles in AP adventures months in advance, and those talking about them would be excited about the "dragon part of the dragon and dungeon in one product". When was the last time we had a blog about something in the backmatter of an AP?
March 29 some people may comment that doesn't even count, as it was an aside, and wasn't even to get people excited about backmatter. Icouldn't even tell you what was in the backmatter of any APs since reign of winter/mummies mask - as those were the last times there area a real blog entry on backmatter. I can still tell you the backmatter of each of the first 12 issues though, because they ALL had multiple blogs about their content.

When was the Last time a Pathfinder Chronicles (edit pathfinder campaign setting) product had a blog about them? Feb 24th

Player companion? March 17th

Can we have more of the hype that made the blog something I looked foreward to daily?

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There are other releases coming out - Iconics set 7 and 8. According to the main market research for gaming,
ICv2 it is scheduled to be released in October. Wizkids is famous for not finalizing release dates until the product lands from china, about 1 week before the release date.

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GM Piratey Steve wrote:

Ahoy, Cap'n! The software you're thinking of is Dundjinni (although maybe you used the Goblin spelling). ;)

Aye! That be it! Off and plunder the treasure of maps!

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Unfortunately, maps are expensive to create, especially good quality ones (Paizo employees have mentioned them as one of, if not the most expensive thing in their books). Gaming paper is great, but its not dry or wet erase, so any marks you make are there forever - that can be good or bad, depending on what you are using the map for and how much you plan on re-using it.

Depending on what you're looking for - you can search for dungeni (sp?) maps online, Dungeni was a free map making software that had some relatively basic options for accessories, but people could add their own, and some users have an extensive libary of items that they put into thier maps. The user made maps range from "square room with a table" to full superdungeons

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#4–02: In Wrath’s Shadow can be creepy horror feel, but some of the rooms are hard PG-13 because of graphic-ness.

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Palidian wrote:
Cpt_kirstov wrote:
Palidian wrote:
Distant Scholar wrote:
Summon an extremely large instrument into the square the door would swing into. The door can't open. And said large instrument is immovable.
Do you have any suggestions to counter that?
Unfortunately, yes: "You can't summon an instrument too large to be held in two hands."
Lol well aren't you helpful

The only other thing I can think of is that "Only those who wish to physically interact with the actual instrument (as opposed to the instrument's music) are forced to. They can change this choice every round." But that is way too wordy, and creates a spell that works differently than all other summon spells. I would suggest a higher level spell for summon greater instrument which does what you asked for. My thoguht would be level 2.

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Palidian wrote:
Distant Scholar wrote:
Summon an extremely large instrument into the square the door would swing into. The door can't open. And said large instrument is immovable.
Do you have any suggestions to counter that?

Unfortunately, yes: "You can't summon an instrument too large to be held in two hands."

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ckdragons wrote:

When was the last errata release for any book?

Ultimate Equipment : May 2016

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eltrai wrote:

And then the thread is discreetly moved to an hidden corner of the messageboard.

I'm not too sure that is an appropriate answer... This definitely is not really a "website" issue.

You're asking how a function of the website - the FAQ button - works. Also the website thread is the second one from the top, one of the most visible message-boards on the page.

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I'm not a paizo employee, but I might be able to put it into perspective: 1) You only get the PDF of things that you get as part of a subscription. As these are all older products, I don't think you get any of the companions as part of a subscription.

2) As the order was submitted 6/2 being a friday, it most likely wasn't packed until Monday 6/5, and didn't get on the shipping truck until 6/6, which is when the shipping window starts. If you picked the fastest shipping (2-5 business days) It would be 2 days late right now. The other shipping option would still be within the shipment window (3-10 days).

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Having run the first book 4 times, I've never had this chase go more than two cards - the PCs start off withing sight of trina, and hold person and grease really limit chases.

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The disappeared uses 1 large map and a single square room.

FYI, i also flagged this as in the wrong forum since it is in the general RPG and not the PFS forum

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Cressida Kroft is level 10 in guide to korvosa, and thus should be there when the AP starts. She doesn't have much time to go out and gain XP on her own while controlling the guard, so her level doesn't really have an opportunity for growth.

Inner sea magic lists the queen as Aristocrat 2/bard 4 and is set just before the star of he adventure path, when she Finds the fangs. I would her at bard 6 at Trina's execution, and 10 or higher at the crossbow bolt incedent.

Sabina i believe only has one sat block, in book 6 where she is fighter 14. In book one I'd place her around level 8. I beleive there is a sidebar in book one saying she should seem at least 5 levels above the PCs when fighting in the execution scene. She's got to be strong enough to hurt Vencarlo, but not strong enough to take over the regular guard from Koft.

I hope this helps!

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If you decide that you either don't want two, or don't want to attempt to fix them, the minis are a lisenced deal, and not put out by Paizo, Wizkids has a way to get replacements, but it takes a month or two Here is the link

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I got exactly one of each rare no duplicates ar all. Going to make selling what I don't want to offset the cost a lot harder

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Fromper wrote:
Season 0 frequently has things from 3.5 that didn't carry over into Pathfinder, so conversion is necessary.

true, but its still more core than the later seasons

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Vic Wertz wrote:
Also, even if things go amazingly well at Book Expo, don't expect to hear anything for a while. Negotiations like this take time, and we're not going to be able to talk about any of it until a deal is done.

Even for the books under the old contract that just didn't get audiobooks up yet?

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Season 0 and 1 scenarios are most likly:

*season 0 was 3.5 rules, but only included things in the OGL, which is what Pathfinder was developed from

*season 1 was written when only the Core rulebook was out.

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I'd still loke to see your home-made stuff as well

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There are a few youtube tutorial/reviews using them

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Irranshalee wrote:
What I needed for is when an Aurak Draconian dies. I do not think a figure would work, at least not a humanoid figure.

Ahh... I could see one of the several burning skeletons working if you add wings to it using one of the upcoming reaper wing packs or from another mini The descriptions on line say they immolate themselves, but not that they change shape when doing so (the references I looked at could just be incorrect)

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What Cavall said... CMBs happen immediately. This and the fact that CMBs as attacked of opportunity happen prior to the event that trigger them helped prevent the trip locks that were all over the place in 3.5

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I'd also include rise of the kobald king module in there it introduces kobalds to Golarion so has some extra information not seen elsewhere when they are in adventures

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what's more imporant, that its a ball or lightning? heroclix has some really good lightning-like figures that are humanoid shaped, while pathfinder battles has the willowisp which looks like a flying ball of semi-translucentness, but its more smoke than lightning. I think the Paizo.com exclusive willowisp is red instead of black/purple, so might fit a little better.

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I think the answer is found in the Magic chapter of the Core rulebook.

Edit:
See Here

Medium: The spell reaches as far as 100 feet + 10 feet per caster level.

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James Sutter wrote:
I'm checking on the audiobooks as we speak, but that's all handled by Macmillan Audio and Audible—we have no part in their production.

20 days later, still nothing in audible.... while I don't expect anything.... this is a lot different to the first ones which were out they day the print copy was released... which seems very disappointing when you consider that several of the series have a voice now, and fans do not take well to narrators changing (look at the dresden files, where they changed the reader for one book, and then payed the normal reader to redo it 4 years later, because of low sales on that one book)

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Unfortunatly, I can't help you. My players had a seasinger bard, if he sings for a round, it removes fatigue.... He just made sure to sing every night as his action

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DropBearHunter wrote:

If I put singles in my shopping cart as soon as they go live and finalize the order.

Will them moving to the side cart mean they are taken off the total numbers available or do I need to push them being shipped immediately to make sure thy aren't sold out before mine are supposed to be shipped?

things from the paizo warehouse are taken out of inventory as soon as you finalize the order. Things they have to order never gets put in general inventory (this was changed to be this way when they did the green ronin clearance stock sale and had issues with the inventory management, so that was 5 years ago... it might have changed since )

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