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GeraintElberion wrote:

Any news on the recent Tor books that have not been released yet as audiobooks?

I really want to listen to the latest HAJ novel.

Same here

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BountyHunter wrote:
Just release the books in mass market and trade size. That's what lots of companies do nowadays.

This also makes print runs for both options smaller, making prices for both go up.

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Its a little above the range you are looking for - but The witchwar legacy is a standalone module at 17th level set in Irrisen, and the one Lanathar mentions above.

Something like Academy of Secrets, which takes place 100% indoors, albeit with some handwaved traveling from one building to the next might work. (set for level 13 characters This index might help you know what might be found there...

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I see Numeria running out of batteries as the technic league experiments on them and breaks the toys. This leads the pathfinders or aspis to take the country over for the useless artifacts making it more desolate than it already is as they strip mine the silver mount and cart the artifacts off to be studied in other countries. On the plus side PFS characters might then get the technologist feat for free....

Take a look at the worldscape comics... it is a similar idea

Someone wold have risen to power in the river kingdoms and pushed out the others (most likely kingmaker players)

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Drachenwulf wrote:
Is it PFS Legal to enable the No Coin Weight option in Hero Lab?

In the past it's been said that you can "keep your gold in the bank of Abadar, and go and get it when needed to shop, but you can't collect interest"

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flash_cxxi wrote:
Any news on the Audiobooks front?

agreed here - I listen to 4 audiobooks for each paper novel i have time to read.

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JPSTOD wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
JPSTOD, you do need to follow the policy and use its language precisely everywhere you're distributing work based on our IP.

Do I have to have it written on each map or on the Posting?

Trying to get the Maps into Albums for the ones I have done so Far.

I think that we have it as a separate frame on the wiki (this was done so if text needed to change, it could be done on all pages simultaneously) Does deviant art have the ability to do the same? You may be able to go to "Edit" and then scroll down to "Publishing Options" and there you will see the "License" option... you might be able to put the CUP text in there and have it show up on all of them..... I can't tell for sure if that is the case, since I don't have my own diaviantart account

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Baron Iveagh wrote:


Cpt_kirstov wrote:


Based on the scene from Lord of Runes, its more the soul itself decides when it it ready to stay in the aferlife (I believe there is an entire article in one of the adventure paths on this by the way, so I could be totally wrong)
That sounds like something I'd like to read, if you remember where you read it, please share. However, I'll point out that becoming undead after hundreds, or even thousands, of years dead would seem to toss that right out the window too.

Lord or runes page 255 to 268 is Varian's encounter during his time in the afterlife dealing with being resurrected.

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Baron Iveagh wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Prophecy doesn't work specifically on Golarion, but Fate still works, which is what Pharasma works off of.

Prophecy is the statement of Fate. Since even Gods do not know the future at this point, how would she work then with Fate?

It's like saying she works with light, but nothing reflects light in this universe.

in the example I'm thinking of, the party tries to raise someone long dead. this fails, as Pharasma has judged them. However, if this judgment, by nature, includes that no one will ever try to raise them from the dead, the judgment itself is then inherently flawed, as the party, unknowing, tried to do just that.

I can already hear the party gathering up their briefcases and heading off to the Boneyard to argue a mistrial.

no, the statement is self-fulfilling. If the soul is not destined to be raised, then she judges it, and even if you try it won't come back. Being destined to come back has no baring on others trying to make you com back..... Based on the scene from Lord of Runes, its more the soul itself decides when it it ready to stay in the aferlife (I believe there is an entire article in one of the adventure paths on this by the way, so I could be totally wrong)

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They also occasionally will do a store blog telling us what it running low in the warehouse. With under 1000, under 500, under 50 and I think under 10 lists in it. this is the most recent of those.

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James Risner wrote:

Yes, Rub-Eta you are missing that you don't get Bonus Feat class feature until 3rd.

So there is no way you can get 1/6 of something you don't have until you have it.

but does this fall under the "can a level 1 ranger use a CLW wand without use magic device" ruling, where it is on their spell list, even if they don't have spell-casting yet?

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My suggestion is to get your minis together, and figure out which ones you are gong to use for the others in the adventure. A couple are perfect shoe ins for other goblins encountered... so use whatever you have left for Ekkie.

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Curse of the Crimson Throne is an easy one to GM PBP - because there is a little more track for your players to be forced down, meaning you can move the story along without having to wait for players to respond.

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phantom1592 wrote:

I don't understand though... It says Wizkids, but these pictures don't outright suck. MageKnight and Heroclix were the first things I started painting... and even now I try to go back to those molds... but MAN they don't compare much with something like Reaper...

Are they really this good now?

yeah, all of the pathfinder battles line of minis are this good or nearly this good. a little detail is lost when they paint the battles line

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As a venture-lieutenant, I only got access to them in my downloads this morning.... my guess is that the site issues that started this week prevented the scripts that grant us the access from kicking off Wednesday morning as normal. I would watch your downloads section today. Also when you go to your downloads section you can click on the 'date added to downloads' section twice, it will filter the most recent download to the top.

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What's listed in the stat block is what they have on them. The Treasure block for an encounter is used if there is treasure in the room not on the NPCs, such as; a dragons hoard, a stash of coins under the floorboards, or a expensive item on the table that the NPCs were gambling on when the party enters.

Note about adding treasure to APs: the adventure paths give about 125%of the wealth by level guidelines for a 4person group. So know that if you add more and the Party doesn't miss the bad of coins under the floorboards they will have access to more than the wealth by level guidelines allows, and you may need to adjust future encounters

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Steven Schopmeyer wrote:

To reduce confusion and paper waste, for our big events we have taken to just handing out quest slips rather than chronicles. Each slip has a block for each quest, and once the player is done playing quests, they can turn it in at HQ to get a completed chronicle. This prevents messy chronicles as well as handing out half-filled sheets to 100 players when only 5 are going to continue.

Example.

Have you seen lots of " I ran 2 of the quests at (event x), but thought I would be back to run more, so I never picked up a chronicle sheet" emails and PMs? I've sen those often when using something like this - but it could have just been the style of the convention we were running in (PAX EAST gets hectic and there's lots to do)

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claudekennilol wrote:

While no longer a legal source for PFS, I love that the back of the Pathfinder Chronicles: Campaign Settings has phonetic pronunciation for a lot of deities/places/lore stuff.

All of these are also part of the associated pages of Pathfidner wiki as well. There are also a few other clarifications from the boards that have made it into the wiki

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claudekennilol wrote:

While no longer a legal source for PFS, I love that the back of the Pathfinder Chronicles: Campaign Settings has phonetic pronunciation for a lot of deities/places/lore stuff.

All of these are also part of the associated pages of Pathfidner wiki as well.

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Gary Bush wrote:
Tonya Woldridge wrote:
Selvaxri has the right answer! Cumulative rewards.

Tonya,

Your answer contradicts itself. Selvaxri said the rewards were not cumulative.

I'm pretty sure Tonya meant that the table lists the cumulative rewards, not just the one for completing that quest.

Something I've always thought should be included is a table for each quest, where the GM could add the gold/fame/xp given for completing that scenario.
Personally, when the player completes the second quest, I Initial next to #2 on the sheet, and cross out the #1 reward line. When #3 is completed I initial it, and cross out the #2 (and the #1 if it hadn't been already) this allows for the confusion to be cut down greatly.

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Haldrick wrote:

Of the packs I have

Skulls and Shackles has:
1. A regional map of the Shackles with no settlements or names on it.
2 A players version of the above with some clue/hints in the form of pictures
3 Map of Port Peril
The first is made superfluous by the second and Port Peril only plays a minor part in the AP

As a Gm for this AP especially having both 1&2 was a godsend. #2 was given to the players to plot thier course from. #1 was kept with me to plot where the various events/ships/etc were at any given time

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I'm doing this from memory, but I believe:

4 had a bunch of fey in it, a little more than normal.... It also skewed higher than normal as far as CR, as it had the first creatures with mythic tiers in a bestiary.

5 has a lot of creature with alternate movements. Swim/fly/earthglide/etc

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1)In the header bar Click "my account"
2)scroll down to pathfinder society and click on it

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I have been thinking about this since I first read this post. I think the best location for this idea would be in wayfinder's all digital edition. This would allow the pages to be set up in way that multiple pages are on the printed page ( most kids books are not 8.5x11), but still have the pages back to back if you printed it two sided.

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Rysky wrote:
John Mechalas wrote:
Cpt_kirstov wrote:
note there are several APs that reference events in earlier APs. Shattered Star references the first 3 and the two recent cherish ones reference each other in at least rumor.

Well, it was a nice theory, anyway.

That only applies to the three you mentioned, Shattered Star is effectively a "sequel" to the 3 other Varisian APs and Hell's Rebels/Hell's Venegance take place at the same time, so they are unique in that regard. All the other APs are self contained stories.

mostly true... some of the novels tie in: King of Chaos events are happening at same time as wrath of the righteous, I think one of the pirate books also mentions events from wrath of the righteous (but could just be mentioning the other book). King of Chaos mentioned the Worldwound Gambit novel's events as well

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John Mechalas wrote:

I've never really thought of all the AP's actually taking place in the same continuity. The ISWG is just a setting with a series of hooks. Some of those hooks are AP's, but we can't play all of them with the same characters. By definition we only play characters who do exceptional things. All those other hooks that we don't play turn out not to be important.

If you're running, e.g., Curse of the Crimson Throne, then Sandpoint is merely a place where a Cathedral burnt down and was rebuilt and Karzoug never woke up, while over in Irrisen Baba Yaga is just late returning because her watch was slow, and Brinewall is just one of several towns in Golarion where there is no mystery: the people simply disappeared. No larger, more sinister story develops in these other places because in your continuity, the problem of the current age is centered around Korvosa.

note there are several APs that reference events in earlier APs. Shattered Star references the first 3 and the two recent cherish ones reference each other in at least rumor.

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Chemlak wrote:
If memory serves, you will always (barring a warehousing hiccough) get the current printing from Paizo. The same is not true regarding any other retailer.

Yup... one of the title or copywrite pages will let you know the printing if it is higher than the first... its a little hard to find

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rknop wrote:
Wait, somebody has an android boon?

It was a Gencon Charity Auction boon - there is only one of them

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Steve Geddes wrote:
Marco Massoudi wrote:
Every company that produces books makes far more money from physical products than from digital ones atm.

I want this to be true, so I shall accept this declaration as gospel truth. :)

That's how things work nowadays, right?

there were some articles this year about how number of books sold this year went up a decent percentage, and evoke sales had fallen.. I will see if I can find it

Edit: here

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Does this book give a hint to what is in the fabled "Pathfinder Chronicles #5" that was destroyed and talks about Durvin Gest's disappearance? Reading through it, my eyebrows shot up when I read Gest's namedrop by someone not from Golarion

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QuidEst wrote:

Unless I'm missing something, it wouldn't nearly be the same amount again. None of the rules books enter the picture at all- just APs and smaller adventures. You're paying for the convenience of someone else doing the work of putting the adventure material in your virtual tabletop system for you. When you want to run a particular thing, you only pay for that particular thing, run it for a few months, and then get the next thing. There's no point to replicating your entire physical library. It's not a thousand bucks; it's twenty-eight (taking Dragon's Demand as an example).

Other good options: get adventures you don't already own. If you own all of them, check out the third-party adventures. Razor Coast is four stars on Paizo, and most of the complaints are addressed by the new format.

but if you're building a campagain set in Golarion, in The City of Korvosa as it is now, you need The CotCT AP, Shattered star AP, Guide to Korvosa, Varisia Birthplace, of Legends, and Inner Sea World Guide. When you consider 1) this is the target audience for realmworks and 2) this is a audience that wouldn't be using pre-written content, so would be less likely to have subscription to the adventure paths.

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The design of the books prohibits this. Kindle doesn't handle the images/ maps well, and without these the page numbering and formatting would be off. Not to mention that by default kindle doesn't include page numbers, so loooking for something on page 90 would be really tough

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Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Dragons Unleashed and to a lesse extent Pathfinder Player Companion: Dragonslayer’s Handbook have the more up to date dragon information.

Usually the more recent book is considered the more up to date information on anything in it. you can check the Wiki sourcebook page to browse by year.

Also I always suggest browsing the wiki and looking at the reference sections for pages that interest you. once you find a book that comes up often, look it its page and if you think it would make a good addition to your collection.

Dragons are the subject that has had the most changes. Between Dragons Revisited and the module about Dragonfall that isn't talked about anymore. Some of the earliest 32 page player companions were based on countries in the inner sea, that now have their own 64 page books that build off the original's information. The other big one was that the Pathfinder chronicles campaign setting was replaced by the Inner Sea World Guide. and Gods and Magic 64 page book was replaced by the 200 page Inner Sea Gods

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Also Crimson throne is just a hardcover edition, not a anniversary edition.

They have been on the record saying that creating one of these basicly takes a designer off the other products for 9-12 months.

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part of this is mitigated by the "cutscenes" that show how powerful she is. If the PCs take a long time planning on taking her out at her next public appearance, and then the cut-scene with the general happens... it makes them think twice.

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is JARUUNICKA from the wraith of the righteous set a Annis Hag - she's definatly a large hag......

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is JARUUNICKA from the wraith of the righteous set a Annis Hag - she's definately a large hag......

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I thought it was mentioned at one point that he was working on the outline for the next one when he was on know direction. But he's also been tapped be a few other game companies to do tie-in fiction, so that might be delaying it a bit

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As I understand it there are disagreements between designers with how a gold dragon could do The Glorious Endeavor. We have been told not to expect much detail written about Hermea until these disagreements are worked out. I don't think there is enough detail for a good map

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lemeres wrote:

If you are looking for generic builds, then there is very, very little room to debate- take a long bow.

Crossbows can be very powerful, allowing you to go pure dex and a crit build...but that is only when you take a very particular build. Otherwise, they are inferior.

People only 'settle' for crossbows. And that is usually when they lack the str to make slings work.

In the long run, it doesn't matter as much as people think. Ranged combat is mostly about getting more shots off. A crossbow ranger gets crossbow mastery ignoring prerequisites at level 6 or 7... (if you are using ultimate campaign, any ranger worth his salt will retrain their unneeded reload feats at this time) at level 10 a crossbow ranger can be within 10-15 points per full attack from a longbow". The lack of manyshot means they can pick up clustered shots earlier, and are more likly to get improve critical. Both would be dealing between 125 to 150 a round

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Bober wrote:
Chess Pwn wrote:
so exceptional pull doesn't add damage, it just lets you use bows that have a higher str rating.

Are you sure about it?

"Exceptional Pull: You have mastered techniques to get the most out of composite bows.
Benefits: When you wield a ranged weapon that you are proficient with and that has a strength rating, add 2 to the weapon's strength rating. You don't take a penalty on attack rolls for having a Strength modifier lower than the strength rating of a weapon, provided you're proficient with that weapon."

It says you add 2 to the weapon STR rating, not to your mod. That's why it says you don't get the penalty for having a STR mod lower than the rating.

So if the longbow has a STR rating of +3, you add +2 to it, without getting the penalty for not having the +5 STR mod.

Can someone confirm this?

if you have a strength modifier of +3 with a +3 composite bow, exceptional pull makes it a +5 bow that your 3 strength modifier doesn't take a penalty for... but you can grow into without having to rebuy a new bow... great for when your+3 composite bow has a+1, holy. And Flaming burst magical properties on it, and you now have a +5 STR modifier. In other words, it doesn't add the strength damage if you don't have the STR mod qualification for the damage.

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Rub-Eta wrote:
Balkoth wrote:
"I want something that counters bows specifically, regardless of class. Just like shield users, 2H users, and dual-wielders have specific weaknesses."
How about the fact that the build eats all your feats?

Yeah there are 3 main "soft counters" to this:

1) soft cover which you negated with giving him improved precise shot,

2)Wealth management arrows and new bows cost a lot. You negated a good amount of this by allowing him the adaptive bow. Remember all arrows that are hits are not recoverable, and watch his arrow inventory. If he is machine gunning through 7 attacks a round and your average fight lasts 6 rounds, that's an entire stock of arrows Per fight. Most archers carry less than 15 stacks of arrows... so by the boss fight of a dungeon he should be rather low on ammo... once he runs out he's just another guy with a sword and a ton of useless feats. If he doesn't roll his 50% destruction check on each missed arrow when he's collecting the misses, call him out on it. Ranged characters don't need to be close up to deal damage, but should not have nearly as much disposable income to buy armor as a up close fighter after expenses on arrows.

3)social encounters where all of the required feats are useless.

Remember if you are trying to be realistic and not allow soft cover rules you also should not be building NPC so specifically to the weaknesses of the PCs. They should be built to make sense of the environment that they are found in. They Should mow many of these down. Many well built encounters will not even have the bad guys attack once, but use 2 spells from the spell caster that he can't use next encounter. By the same thought using 1/3 of the archers arrows but never hitting him is a win for most non boss fights.

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When you updated your address, did you update both the shipping and billing address? Because if the charge fails due to the billing address being different from what your credit card has on file, the authorization sticks around for a few days but the card is never charged, so the download is not available.....

I'm not a Paizo employee... but this has happened quite often... so I would suggest reviewing that first.

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I think SyrinScape may use this (I could be wrong though)

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people have mentioned that the OGL stuff will be out in a few weeks multiple times in this thread as a reason why adding mechanical bits is ok... but both D20pfsrd and archives of neyths have mentioned on know direction interviews that they have been asked to not add content for 2-4 weeks after the street date. So shouldn't we as a community respect those same wishes?

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Kalindlara wrote:

"Coming December 2020"

Ouch. :/

Note the shipping section at the bottom of the campaign page:

*Core Games Ships Separately!
The Core Game is massive. To ensure its safety, it is being package into its own carton with corner protectors. It is too heavy to ship with other rewards. It would crush them!

Wave 1 - Estimated Delivery Summer 2017 Core Game / 1.5 Update Pack 

Wave 2 - Estimated Delivery Winter 2017 (Still hoping for Summer 2017)
Current Expansions

Wave 3 - Estimated Delivery Spring 2018
Gambler's Box, Promo and cross-over figures (that would be the pathfinder and zombiecide ones)

Wave 4 - Estimated Delivery Spring 2019 
New Expansions

Wave 5 & Beyond - Estimated Delivery Winter 2020
???

So you will end up getting the game this summer, to start playing through it so you know how to play once the pathfinder minis come in the spiring

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This won't work because it is a printable PDF as well so that people can bring it to game days (and are required to)

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Garrett Guillotte wrote:


What I'm saying is that I would pay an obscene amount of money for a canon-accurate globe of Golarion. *cough*hey Erik Mona*cough*

I've been asking for this since the gazeteer

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Preston Hudson wrote:
I believe that the pregens in Herolab are based off the offical Paizo pregens but are not legal for use.

I think the HL ones are the ones in the NPC codex, which are PFS legal, but not the current downloads

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