zergtitan said wrote:
Hi, new guy here. why hasn't the PDF been made available. it seems strange to release the book and then two weeks later release the PDF. it seems like one would usually make the PDF available at the same time as the book itself. So why must us PDF lovers wait?
IIRC, the PDF release date of April 25 is the street date for the physical product, when it should be available from your FLGS or the like. Those of us getting copies starting this week are folks who have subscribed to the line, and when Paizo ships the product and charges our monetary establishment, we gain access to the free subscriber PDF. It's a perk of having a subscription!
And thanks, James. Because of this book and knowledge amongst my gaming peers, I'll be running two or three sessions of a one-shot set on Akiton in the next week, leading up to the release of the John Carter movie. I'll try to post post-game reports for you!
One thing I have going for me is the fact that I'm single and can still move everything I own in an SUV with a small trailer. But I definitely think I could maybe manage the move in.. 2-3 months, if I economize. We shall see what the future holds. Someone get out the Harrow deck!
edited because I missed an I in there and it looked silly.
When my friends who game (I seem to have more and more of them these days, must be the local college) ask me about Pathfinder or, more specifically, Golarion, one of the things I always do is hand over my Tales books, and Plague is definitely the most popular among the east Texas crowd. Very glad to see you're working on another adventure!
James Jacobs wrote wrote:
Looking at my subscriptions bar, it's showing the first two adventures of Skull and Shackles as shipping in March. Hope that helps.
Been flipping through it since I got off work an hour or so ago... very cool. I'm going to start running the Jade Regent in two weeks and I'm seeing loads of stuff I can sneak in to make it a bit more hectic on my players! Also, as a sneaky thing... do I detect the final cover art for the Advance Races Guide on the ad? Squee!
I've really enjoyed the story, Steven! The ending wasn't all bright and happy, but that's what makes it all the more effective. Hope to see more from you in the Pathfinder universe soon. I think I'll finally relent and borrow my roommate's copy of the Vampire Wars as well!