I was not complaining more making a observation. Was a first for me.
I don't think they have lost customer service which is still world class.
I do agree that perhaps they are a victum of their own success when it comes to monthly shipments. That part of the company seems to have steadily gotten slower over the last year or so. Actually i don't think it is slower as they keep getting more and more people subscribing giving them more and more work.
They might want to consider shipping the stuff out sooner but not giving access to the PDF's till x date. Since it takes awhile to ship they could mail the stuff sooner and it still not arrive much if at all before the street date. Anyways just a thought.
But things I would want is the familiar to play a big role with the witch and not just be a walking spell book. That is my biggest issue with the PFRPG one, the familiar is just a wizard one combined with their spell book and doesn't feel special.
Christina Stiles wrote:
Sounds good I really like the GR witch book as well. I agree with Tim too, I really love the witch but I feel it needs a little tweaking to bring it a bit more into more of what most people think of when they think witch. The PFRPG one is very good and is close but I think it could use some tweaking so very interested in the support he gives it and a alternate version as well.
Hmm I don't think I ever read way of the witch.
I am guessing this will be a new version of the witch and not just additional stuff for the PF witch? Just curious either way i am interested in these. I loved the Shaman Green Ronin did back in the day and their witch.
It isn't October 30th yet.
Alice Margatroid wrote:
That was pretty much my reaction as well.
I liked some of the new outfits the iconics sported, but it took me awhile to put my finger on what was wrong with Mer's outfit on page 45... just not enough throwing daggers.
Clark Peterson wrote:
Don't worry I am always busy, I enjoy being busy. Perhaps you should be more worried about what I am busy about while you're not looking my sweet Big Daddy Orcus.
With all due respect to the OP, while I really think that it is fine to ask for suggestions on the forums, you need to remember that this is just a game. I think you are getting some pretty horrible advice (her than Lazar's advice about counseling). If you and your wife love each other and want to make it work, find out why she hates you gaming so much and then either change how often or how long you game, or quit. As much as I love gaming with my friends, I love my wife more.
Actually this isn't really about gaming. This is about his wife demanding he stop doing something he loves doing. I am assuming he was gaming before they meet, if so. Then her demanding it now, after she knew it before they ever got married is beyond unreasonable.
Now if she gets no girls night out, then she has a complaint about things being unfair and he should make sure she gets as much time as him. But she shouldn't have a say on what he does in his free time with his friends. As long as it is not hurting anyone and gaming doesn't.
Apocyphal Lore wrote:
My response was partially tongue and cheek and partially serious. If you play around with the numbers of boxes and seeing the shipping you might find the best deal possible. Then see if you can find others locally that might want one and buy that number. I am thinking maybe 3-4 might be the best over all number but I have no idea for sure.
Apocyphal Lore wrote:
Easy solution buy 10 of them, then shipping comes out to be 4.30 each. :)
This is something I personally would LOVE to have and would pay good money for.
A new map collection set. One that featured the new giant player-oriented maps designed to look like an ink-and-parchment drawing of varies regions. The latest one for Irrisen is what made me think of it.
What I would like is a map pack with say 3-4 regions/nations in each pack made like that style of map. You could do one of South Inner Sea's, which would have Cheliax, Andoran, and Isger in the first one, then another one With Taldor, Galt, Absalom, and Qadira next, etc.
Personally I would love to have such a map for every nation and region of the world, something to hand the players. My players always want to go find a map of the region they go to next as one of their first acts.
Anyways just a thought that I think would sell well and be useful.
I would like to find more artists who were focused on my comic book / video game influenced artwork of the traditional "standard" fantasy artwork. For example this is what I would like to see visually. Or this, or this or even this. I want the visuals to be something VERY different from what you might see in any other publishers. If people look at LPJ Design products and say, they look like X, then I have done something wrong. I will work with whoever brings the quality and style to their artwork. I don't care if the person doing the art is male or female. I just care if the artwork is cool. But for this project we will be looking for more female artist who do "cool".
Personally I find the 1, 3, and 4th piece to cartoony looking for my taste. Though I do really like the 2nd one, i think it strikes a nice balance. Just saying.
Well this is what I get for adding the new GM screen to my order, to push it over a 100 bucks to get that -10 on shipping. Waiting on the rest of my order and dieing slowly because of it. :)
Owen K. C. Stephens wrote:
Same, just like giant mutant chickens in a PA should only have one eye. :)
James Sutter wrote:
Which is understandable.
I just thought of a magic item that never occurred to me before this thread, that would make sense, be kinda weird. Not something Paizo would ever need to put into Pathfinder but something I could really see getting made if magic really existed. Though maybe it was made in the BoEF.
OK I am starting to think about artwork for this project so I have to wonder what people might like to see artwise. Who would be your top three artist you would like to see work on this project? And of of course Wayne Reynolds is #1 on everyone list.
I don't know who it is, but I like a lot of the art on the cover of SGG products.
Mark Moreland wrote:
Just bumping this thread. No particular reason. Certainly not because we're wondering what mysteries the community is most interested in? Nope. Not that at all.
Why I am not one of the official gods...