New England has hardwood forests, evergreen forests, hills, plains, mountains (july is the only month that Mt Washington in NH doesn't have an average yearly snowfall), swamps, ect...
I'm pretty sure that the boys in the Dave Gross novels they do drink coffee.. I have confirmed that Oppara, Korvosa, and Ketapesh all have coffee houses in them by searching the wiki
I would suggest reading some of the Free Web Fiction many of these feature characters that the authors feature in the books that come out at the same time, so if you like the short story, you can look into the author's books
since you can still 'add to cart' that means either they or their distributor still has them. the 'usually ships in 2 to 11 business days' points to it being something they order when you do, they get from a distributor, and then ship out, unless they changes the shipping estimates due to the current sale
You're thinking Faithful servants although I don't think Rahadoum actually matters as much there as it does in the book
The big issue I have with this, of the 6 local conventions I have played/run PFS, 1 has had free internet, 4 have had wifi for sale at an hourly/daily rate which would approach $50 for the day each day, and the last had no internet available, and no cell service, meaning that we couldn't even use someone's 3g/4g hotspot to get internet. So in these cases 1/6 could have events reported at the convention. Add to the fact that many slots the 'front table' staff have been forced to run events because of attendance.
The difference is that Best Buy can return the defective items to the distributor and get their money back, who then send the product back to the original company so they can get their money back. Wizkids doesn't offer this to the distributors, so they don't offer it to the retailers, so they don't offer it to the customers. The preferred method of replacements is instead dealing directly with wizkids
Yup - It comes from a higher level scenario that gives below average gold, so it evens out, as you can't save your choice on the item.
I think Wizkids telling their painting crew, "Paint better" should not be a difficult task to undertake, so it should be fixable a bit faster. Maybe that's just me and my management background, though. /-:
um... I think its 'masking' by computers, and not done by hand based on some of Erik's comments on earlier sets
The store I work for was able to order them a week ago this past monday and got them in a week ago today. But that might have something to do with being on the backorder list
Ian Stubbington wrote:
The US stores got them a week ago. I'd guess one more week for stock to get across the pond
Yeah, it seems that quality is weird with this set. Orc archer, goblin pyro and eagle knight all have one copy that the face has too thin a layer of paint on, but other copies that are fine.. my greatest sigh is my queen's paint job... she has no eyes - I think that step was missed on the masking of my copy
Also note: Most wizkids products go directly to the distributor(s). So Wizkids/Paizo have little if any control over what time frame. This means paizo may (or may not, depending on the license contract) have to wait for the distributor to get them the products just like any other business in the US.
Its listed as a gencon preview, and looks to be from the wizkids booth.. if i remeber i will check my photos when i get home to see if i have a better pic that is presented on the site. I don't remember Droogonami being there, i kinda fear that may be the monkey swarm mini, just really blurry.
Any idea when we'll be getting a set list for this? Since it's shipping on Tuesday?
usually the set list comes out on street date which is tuesday i think
To get a full set of Lords of Madness D&D set, I had to open 7 cases at $123 each. That's almost twice the most expensive Pathfinder set (RotRL) at $450 (using the same discount in each case)
Unless you get it for free from crossbow style ranger at 6th, and then retrains the rapid reload, as it isn't a prereq since they got it ignoring prereqs.
So this FAQ is strengthening Crossbow Mastery
crossbow mastery wrote:
You can fire a crossbow as many times in a full attack action as you could attack if you were using a bow.
Steve Geddes wrote:
Steve, I would suggest Locktite Gel consistencey super glue It has the hold of super glue, but is a gel form instead of liquid, so 1) it is easier to place where you want it and 2) it is easier to see where it is to wipe off any excess
Jason S wrote:
Reffclaws usually show up in schools of 3 or more, so you need three of them on the table at a time. If you had a rare, then you would average 1,200 dollars* to be able to do a reefclaw encounter if you just buy packs and not singles market. Where the others are solitary creatures.
*less if you can identify which brink you are opening packs from early on and move to another brick if it is not the one that contains the rare you need - I had to do this with Skull and Shackles
Jason S wrote:
Reefclaws, Tatzlewurms, and the Sandpoint Devil all originally appeared in 3.5 D&D adventures... they can be used just as easily as Djinni and Efreeti, and haven't had 3+ sculpts done of them in the past. In a half dozen non-paizo 3.5 games I have either read or run since 2007, I've seen into more tatzlewurms (4, 3 of which were in published material) than Djinni and Efreeti combined (2, neither in published material) maybe this is because I dislike reading high level adventures... tatzlewurms are also as much from real-world myth as Djinni and Efreeti are, so they are not Golarion centric.
Jason S wrote:
Again this is opinion. As a PFS GM I would love to have them as common or uncommon, but if you read the Skull and Shackles thread, there are at least a dozen posts saying that the iconics should not be in the set at all. To each their own I guess.
Jason S wrote:
Izar Talon wrote:
For the novels in the pathfinder line that are hard to get through, I buy/download the epub version. Most android devices have the Amazon kindle ap downloaded on them, the text to voice option allows you to listen to the book, even if it is an emotionless robotic voice.
Basicly, we tried and wikia refused to take it down, and ban any users who have deleted X number of pages, and revert those pages back into existence... it was down to under 300 articles about 4 months ago.
Are you using the anniversary edition or the original 6 books? Some encounters have changed. I think Liz Courts posted a list at one point, but that was for the modules and not for the anniversary edition
nope, there are a few that are set in locations explored in RotRL (Blood of the City is set in Magnamar, for example) but none that follow this or the other adventure paths specifically.
Exactly, I'm currently at 129 books in my 'to read' pile... too many more and Its going to topple over. (this is also the reason I have stopped playing video games)
Some master swordsman! Every master swordsman knows you keep your blade horizontal when fighting an enemy, not vertical. Making it vertical like he's shown doing in the picture only telegraphs your blade's length to your enemy. Best that they know as little as possible.
RD - while what you say is true, the position he is illustrated in is the beginning of most of the traditional fencing salutes, done at he beginning and end of each match
Nope, I meant This one the hand with the flashlight has an alternate hand with a colt revolver that fits perfectly for Dresden (the book covers version at least). See the bone-yard sprue shown on the bottom of the page for this alternate hand. Its not available in Bones yet though.
In game terms yes, but on Golarion, its its not called common
I have a feeling your Jim Butcher figures are way off your description says the information for him is from a few years ago, and Dresden files seems to be one of those series that is growing by word of mouth, so even the early books are still selling at a high rate. Considering I've seen such a disparity in the Selling numbers for Cold Days it looks like its hard to count... but there are many dresden fans who havn't made it to the most recent books yet.
Also, are these numbers only physical books, or do they include Ebooks? Also.. do we know how PW counts book sets, many of these authors have sets of 3 or more books, do those counts as one sale for each of the books, or just one sale total?
According to the Wiki page the languages is Taldane. It also has a bunch of the notable locations and such on that page. You could also take a look at the Pages that have the category of Taldor on them and its subcategories (linked on that page) to help you know what you actually need to flesh out
in the Osirion AP, Wes is writing an entire 5 or 6 page article about the afterlife, IIRC from the Gencon panels.. best bet is o wait for that
Can I order bricks of miniatures individually, or do I have to buy a subscription?
Yup, you can buy them individually by pack, brick or case. Until they are sold out (the large packs from hero's and monsters is sold out many places).
What exactly does a subscription entail? I found the splash page about it confusing, but I am easily confused. :)
You buy a case at a discount, you get the case special for really cheap, and a code to give you a % off the smaller sets.(I don't use Paizo's minis subscription, so thats the most I can tell you on this)
Is the plan, going forward, to make bricks of painted minis for most of the adventure paths as they come out? Will WizKids ever do figures from older adventure paths?
There are at least 2-3 minis sets in the works. some will be based on adventure paths, some won't be. Many NPCs from older adventure paths are in Legends of Golarion set coming out later this year.
Are there certain core mini sets that are always going to be kept available?
Not really.... Wizkids doesn't have a big warehouse of their own, their entire run goes to Alliance to distribute straight from customs. Supposedly the Goblins horde box may be considered 'evergreen'. not sure about undead horde
How do the special sets (such as the undead battles set on the home page currently) fit into the product line? I couldnt figure out where to find other such "non-core, non-adventure path" sets compiled into one place. Do they expire after supplies are sold or will there always be (slow, occasional) future availability?
See my answer above.
I see individual figures listed for a higher price. I am assuming that these individual pieces are available until sold, and once they are gone, they are gone? And I assume that therefore some figures I may desire from a set wont be available for individual purchase due to the stock having been sold?
These are pieces that Paizo has opened packs for, and priced the contents. they are only available until the stock runs out.