I'm interested in this, but I can't justify the cost per mini. It's too expensive. If the backing gets high enough where the $200 pledge brings the cost per mini down, I'd consider backing it then.
I guess what I'm asking is if the content of this book will render the stat blocks from the bestiary obsolete or are the bestiary stat blocks the default ones, and the ones included here will be specials / uniques?
That's something I very much understand, you don't want to compete against yourself, but CotCT being a 3.5 campaign, it could sure use a nice update to Pathfinder >.>
This isn't something I'd want them to do for all of their APs.
One can dream!!
Erik Mona wrote:
I was thinking the gargantuan premiums for whatever reason. Hopefully those will continue :D
Happy to hear the large will be bigger than the Black Dragon from the first set. Pre-ordered :)
This is great, and the white dragons look amazing.
"Ever since our second set, Rise of the Runelords, we've been working with WizKids to find a better solution for releasing Huge miniatures into the Pathfinder Battles line. Releasing figures this large as part of a normal set previously involved two different kinds of booster boxes, which was confusing to both customers and retailers. We knew we needed a better solution."
Does that mean however that cases will no longer have the option of getting the huge booster?
With the builder set, and the evolution set, will subscribers get more codes?
Rachel F. Ventura wrote:
We didn't want to announce anything today, because, let us be honest, who would believe us today of all days. Any rate, we should have some good news very soon. I know that is probably killing you but patience is a virtue and all that stuff... The update will come first on Kickstarter by the way :)
Looking forward to it!
And thanks Lou for your answer ;) Hadn't checked the boards until just now.
Erik Mona wrote:
Because it's not cost effective for them to do so. It would cost them more money to reprint these than the money they would get from you purchasing it.
Skeeter Green wrote:
You assumed correctly! Thanks!
I got the Blight through the Realm Works KS, so I won't subscribe, but if there's a Hardcover, I'll end up buying that :)
I do think the 3.5 adventures could use updated versions to Pathfinder, and if that comes in 1 compilation like Rise of the Runelords did, then all the better.
Curse of the Crimson Throne in particular I think would be awesome.
As someone who has never used Hero Lab, and mainly only runs pre-made adventures (from Paizo, FGG and just recently purchased Way of the Wicked) at my place with my friends, can someone explain to me what the process would be to get say Curse of the Crimson Throne to work on this software?
I'm just not sure what it would all entail, but it seems like it would be more work for me to copy all the content from the AP line into this software than work directly out of the books.
Got my case today as well from Paizo, full set, no breaks either. These minis are more beautiful in person. The pictures don't do them justice!
I was most looking forward to the elementals, giants and golems, and I got a nice quantity of each.
End of Book 2 is when it's pretty much officially revealed.
Smart players will have figured it out way earlier.
I would say you would need some time to setup your princess to replace the queen. A lot of the behind the scenes plot would take quite some time to setup... (contacting the Red Mantis, getting the Doctor and the Queen's Physicians to arrive in Korvosa, developing the plague itself)
i.e. I wouldn't just jump into the happenings of book 2 without there being some time for the princess to actually get everything setup.
I just wanted to start this thread because my group is really struggling (in the "not fun" sense) through an adventure that one of the guys in our group has made and it's giving me a real sense of appreciation for the quality content that Paizo publishes.
So, thanks Paizo!