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They come in a plastic shell. As do the medium/smalls.

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Grats Bunny, well deserved!!

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Just got the first stretch goal!! :)

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It funded!!! :)

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bump bump and bump :)

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I am thinking they will come back in to production. 5 days to go and 76K is not to bad. With the last minute push a lot of Kickstarters tend to get, makes me very hopeful :)

Hehehe. (To everyone) So please please support this. It is well worth it. You might have seen them at Gen Con. I think you will like them a lot.

Besides you probably know someone that has already supported it so you do not want to be left out when they got something cool and you don't. Imagine going to a con with these all done up and predrawn and NOT have to worry about your mats getting stained because the marker was left on to long.

Think about it and then go and support it! :)

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Awesome. They are now over half funded and we are not even at the half way point in days left yet!!!

This is awesome! I love these tiles and can't wait to have them in my greedy little hands! :)

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John and Mike,
Is there ANYWAY that someone can stay on top of the release dates. This has caused problems before and now this one is showing it should be released and if someone were to schedule this for a game day even (with 6+ tables) then they would not be able to run this. This is unfortunate as it would be fun to run!!
It could potentially screw their schedules up not to mention their potential GM's when they are expecting it.

I know this is a Gen Con event as well was it was for Paizo Con.. but it does say it was released Wed, Jul 30th.
I am not upset but I can see the potential problems have been through them before not to long ago :)

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mearrin69 wrote:

Relax. Who's got a signed 1ed DMG? :)

M

I do not have a 1rst edition DMG BUT I have a 2ned edition DMG signed by Gary Gygaz, Dave Arnson, David "Zeb" Cook, R.A Salvatore, Sean K. Reynolds, A personalized character Drawing by Jeff Easley, and a personalized letter from Danilo Thann (By Elaine Cunningham) to my Favorite Character, and many many more inside one lowly 2ned edition DMG :)

I am sure Sean remembers signing it at one point and giving bubble text to the character drawing in there at Gen Con 2000 :) (Maybe he doesn't as his memory is not as good as it used to be and he might not remember his WizO_Kip (TSRO_Kip) :)

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TOZ,
Very cool!! Welcome to the looney bin sir!! :)

(the so called island is a myth propagated by the wardens) Muhahahahaha

:::No don't take me away I will keep my mouth shut next time, I like my nice padded room!!:::

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There is life??? Where... I was thinking I was just moving around and sitting at tables with some funny papers in front of em?? :D

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Dealing with character creep.. I just don't make many. Right now I have 3 characters. I GM more then I play so it is not that big a deal. So I guess for me the best way to deal with it is to GM! :)

So GM more hehe

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It is in the second day and already it is a 1/4 funded!! :)

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For those that do not know what Tact-Tiles are.. they are awesome!! They are a modular Wet and dry erase gaming surface... sort of like a Chessex map meets Paizo Flip-Mat married in to a puzzle like surface surface that is awesome to say the least. When the company went out of business awhile ago (This is NOT the same company) The Tact-Tiles sold for a small fortune on Ebay and still do, that is IF you could find them even.

Now they are coming back better then ever and by a new company.

I know there have been many many people on these forums that have wanted to see these come back in to existence.. It is in it's first day of the Kickstarter.. so lets back it up!!! :)

Go to TACT-TILES Kickstater page..

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Brell I can understand being a bit bitter... but being vindictive is not always a good thing either. I have bought cases of each of the Pathfinder Miniatures and I agree that while not all have been painted to my satisfaction, I am not worried that they will not show well on the table when I am using them.. yes I even got one of the bad Feiya miniatures and have had people STILL want her too as one of their figures and or to use her on the table.

I am not saying don't be upset or even telling you what to do at all. But being vindictive is never usually the answer at all. Either way I wish you luck sir!

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Thank You!! :D

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william tipton 167 wrote:
Hell...raise the price to $25 and REPRINT The danged things

Dude, if you are willing to spend $25 dollars, you have a GREAT chance of finding it online somewhere for that price easily!!

Meanwhile I would NOT spend $25 dollars on any flip mat. It is WAY to much!

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The Adventure Card Game Play Mat. It is in my Sidecart.. can you please remove it. I found out from my wife she already preordered it at my FLGS for a gift for me :)

Thank you!! :)

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Vic I am actually disappointed Con of the North (Feb) here in MN was not able to get any promo cards for the ACG RotRL for it earlier this year despite the fact I emailed someone about it several times before the convention :(

I was trying to promote the card game as much as possible at the Pathfinder Society event we had going on there the entire weekend. I was even able to get several card games going too. :(

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It is meant for one person.

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Brom the Obnoxiously Awesome wrote:
Finlanderboy wrote:
I you love it, why are you bothered they are taking actions to ensure they earn money to continue making great products?
I'm not. I understand that as a business, they have the full right to do any sort of Money-Grabbing scheme they want, and it's my choice whether I choose to support it or not. I just refused to believe that a company this awesome would sink to such a level.

The fact that you call it a "Money Grabbing Scheme" is the problem I have. No company that produces product and then uses it in their game and furthers their own product through it to me is not a scheme.. nor money grabbing. I know you are ok with Paizo promoting their own product and such. But you have to realize it is basic marketing practice when a company does produce their products they are going to do their best to promote their product and try and get you as a consumer to use them as much as possible.

Mike Brock put it succinctly though in that they are trying to get it so that the GM does not have to use 3 different rules systems for the same thing. Speaking as one of those GM's I am grateful for that as I do personally do not want to use 3 different systems where 1 will suffice. So having to make sure the person using a harrowing deck actually has one made by Paizo.. I do not have a problem with it.

So I do not see this as a a company "sinking" to a level but as a marketing practice like any other company. But also as a rules consolidation for which I am grateful. Any company that does this though is not sinking to a level. A company that you have a "need" of their product and actually can not live without and then forces you to pay more and more for said product is scamming you. But a company that gives you a choice to use their products and you whether you choose to do so or not is your choice but not a scam. Just an FYI... I know a rather long winded one. Sorry :)

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
trollbill wrote:


You would still have to play them all at least once before the dead line so I find it highly unlikely you would actually succeed at this.

... that sounds like a challenge! :)

I know in my area it is almost possible to do 10 events before Aug 14th for doing that... but why would you? To me it is a circumvention of the rules and a work-around. I just don't get why someone would feel the need to do something like this just to get what they want "within" the rules because they "can"

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It has always been drilled in to my mind that when GMing you should run it as it is written. As some have mentioned here that when running a scenario, even a difficult one, that there are certain things that need to be done via the tactics and what the creature is and should do. If it is not ran that way what happens is that the players come to certain expectations and eventually they WILL have a bad experience when a GM tells them they can't do it that way because the creature/tactics or special circumstances do not allow for it to happen. It is not fair for that player.

If we all ran each scenario with kid gloves then that is one thing but because we as GM's are human we have to take some of the human factor out of the equation. By following the rules of the game and the ones in the scenario itself. It is a hard line but it is consistent and if we ALL did it then the players are less likely to complain about something that happened later on in the game and they think it unfair. But it is part of the rules and it DID happen. There is no breech of confidence as the rules were followed. It is when the rules are not followed that things start to become unfair. Players and GM's need consistency. If a player does something less then smart, a a GM says that there could be consequences and even goes so far as to say what those consequences are... and the players STILL decides to do the action, then the player lives by the die roll and suffers the consequences should they occur.

With newer players they need to know this is a game where there is life and death decisions to be made in the game. Make bad choices or come totally unprepared... then you might die. There are various clues that can be had for any given scenario that you as a player might play. Some of the more popular ones I have seen used, The name of the scenario "Day of the Demon" is a big clue, The blurb that comes WITH the scenario to introduce the scenario to the players often contains some clue as to what might expect in the encounter. Another clue that one might get is through questions of the GM during the actual introduction blurb. Often there is a Q&A section that can happen to allow the players a chance to find out further clues. There is also a chance for knowledge rolls as well to find out another further chance for information or clues. With all the above it is not the GM's job to softball any of the scenario as then it is unfair for the GM's after you that follows the scenario you just ran. They would have to deal with the fallout from a softball scenario when they don't do it that way. To me that is the biggest travesty. We as GM's need to play it like it is written and let the dice fall where it might.

Feel sorry for the group if something happens.. do not rub it in and make it worse for the group should their character die. If it dies heroically make them feel heroic. If it dies in such a way where it comes down to a dice roll such as a bad roll on a climb check and they fall.. be remorseful for the player. But it is not up to us as GM's to softball it because the player is in the game to try and play the game by the rules and to live and die by their decisions. The GM should honor them by doing so as well. :)

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Sorry not trying to take it out on you Mike, I am just frustrated and flustered.

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Mike I can understand that... but it was on the schedule for release in June AND Friday night (tonight). Not realizing this was one of the 4 scenarios scheduled for Paizo Con I am left in a quandry for both my GM's and myself. Timing with the release date. First it was supposed to be Wed night... Then Friday... it gets released and then pulled and now I am out of luck and have to scramble to find a scenario no one has run before that is signed up. The GM's who are already upset with me because of the lateness of the release are having to scramble based on feedback from the people signed up for my event and then hopefully prep between then and Sunday Morning.

It affects quite a few people.. Apologies are welcome and I TRULY DO appreciate them. It just seems that I am in store for a huge headache this weekend.. as well as my GM's now :( What makes it worse is this was told a June release back in early May.

::sigh:: egads.. I am hoping it pours tomorrow and none of my GM's have plans to do anything and can prep a scenario on a real short notice :(

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Mike... I have people signed up for this and based on the release date I should have been able to run this.. So now I have people signed up to play this on Sunday and I am going to have to tell them I can't. (running both 5-22 and 5-23). :(

I wish you had pulled it earlier or told us earlier then the day of the release and AFTER it was released at one point even at least so I could have planned it better and rescheduled something else. Now I have GM's and a headache trying to get something everyone has not played. I am upset about this from a coordinators point of view as this is just going to be a huge headache! So many people either not coming or wanting to play something they have not yet. :(

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Mike... I did not know it was being held until July 4th. I scheduled this 2 weeks ago and now I am supposed to run this on Sunday and now I am not going to be able to. It is not showing up on the purchase list. I wish you had mentioned this earlier. :(

So now I have people signed up and I am going to have to tell them I can't. (running both 5-22 and 5-23). :(

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I am at 126 of 150+. Thanks for helping us out Liz :)

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Mr Compton,
Is it possible to get the PDF early if we are running this for a store? I have the hard copy.. but I prefer the PDF so I can use it with my iPad or Laptop?

Thanks!!

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Imagine a gaming surface with touch screen capabilities and the ability to run most software for VTT's too. This is awesome and something to support and or even watch as it comes to fruition.

I for one am extremely excited about this.
Hopefully you guys will be to. I am wanting to use this for Pathfinder Society events. Imagine coming to the table to play PFS and see one of these there and your GM is running maps and such on there for you as a player!! I would be so so stoked! :)

Go to Game Changer - Virtual Tabletop Digital Gaming Surface Kickstarter..

If I am posting this in the wrong forum please feel free to delete this. Just trying to show PFS'ers that there is a cool option for maps and such for PFS coming out soon! :)

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Imagine a gaming surface with touch screen capabilities and the ability to run most software for VTT's too. This is awesome and something to support and or even watch as it comes to fruition.

I for one am extremely excited about this.
Hopefully you guys will be to. I am wanting to use this for Pathfinder Society events. Imagine coming to the table to play PFS and see one of these there and your GM is running maps and such on there for you as a player!! I would be so so stoked! :)

Go to Game Changer - Virtual Tabletop Digital Gaming Surface Kickstarter..

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Skeld I feel the same way. I try and temper my expectations to match the mass production and understanding that they ARE still hand-painted. If I wanted professional or near professional paint job I would hire or paint them myself. I do not expect that they paint job is going to match the paint master.

I am not saying that everyone should accept when a mini is painted as bad as the example Daniel gave us though. No one should.. but we SHOULD accept that that one example is NOT the normal.

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Hobbun wrote:
Isil-zha wrote:

I think we need to keep in mind that (most of?) the preview images are paint masters, which are going to be better than the average outcome of the mass production process (because there are a lot more hours going into them and they are not mass produced).

But if you look at this previewed Feiya and scale down your picture to the same size which is only slightly bigger than "life size Feiya" the difference is not quite as big anymore. Again, I'm not arguing that yours isn't particularly bad, but the paint master only has black dots as eyes (albeit smaller and less "comicky" than yours) and a simple line as a mouth (albeit finer and seemingly of a reddish hue). [Edit: Mine is luckily somewhere in the middle between yours and the preview]

Actually, I feel the difference is quite big between Daniel’s photo and the previewed image, even if his photo wasn’t already scaled up. I would have been completely fine with the previewed image (single black dot eyes and line mouth), but with Daniel’s Feiya, that actually looks like the face was melted.

danielc wrote:

Guys, don't get me wrong, I do accept that my PPM will never look as good as the custom painted minis I pay $20 each for. But what I do think is reasonable is for the final mini I get to look at least close to the previewed mini or to the picture on the box.

I am not asking for the quality of paint job I get when I pay one of the pro painters to paint. I am asking for at least close to the preview or to the picture they show on the box.

If they are going to show X quality in the preview and on the packaging that should reasonably set my expectation. Regardless of what X quality is. If the preview or the photo on the box had looked odd and disfigured well then we got what we were shown.

But I also understand and agree with many of the points Isil-zha and Zorka have made. I agree that we should not have too high of expectations. Maybe the

...

It is a rare incident despite what is shown for examples on here with Daniel's Feiya. Mine is not quite that bad, it is not so great that I am going to leave it like that as I am going to touch it up myself when I get a chance. It is not that big a deal to me.

But in your example though with the mother and 12 year old boy. Trust me... a Mother buying mini's for her son that role plays is not going to care that much if the boy does not care. :D

But yea the minis should pretty much match what is on the boxes. If they don't match exactly it is not "False" advertising... just a bad paint job is all. It happens, though it shouldn't.

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Steve Geddes it IS a new thing. Wizkids was never associated before with Dungeons and Dragons before the recent news that they are going to be producing the new line for WotC. So not sure where Alex is getting that information from. WotC was in charge of the minis the entire time.

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Vic Wertz wrote:

The errata cards will be available via print-on-demand at DriveThruCards; their card size matches our US printer's card size, so yes, it's about .5mm shorter than the 1st printing cards. That's not enough to spot the difference across the table, unless you keep your card decks perfectly squared up all the time and you're looking really hard for that difference.

I have worked with DriveThru to color-match the cardbacks as closely as possible.

Will these be available soon? I say this would be the case :)

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Silbeg.. go slow and or start another lowbie hehe :)

Or better yet... GM like the dickens and apply credits to a bunch of lowbies! :)

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Avatar-1 wrote:

My crew has characters mostly hovering in the 7-11 tier, but a constant stream of new players means we regularly have to run more 1-5's.

Either they happen to stick around long enough or they leave, and a new lot of players come in later on and the cycle continues.

Is there a reason that you can't offer more then one scenario. 1 at the 1-5 tiers and another at the 5=9 or 7-11? Or even both he 5-8 and 7-11. As Silbeg mentioned, in the Twin Cities we have a robust amount of both high level players player the higher tiers and new/vet players playing at the lower ones. As a Coordinator for one of the events here in the cities I offer two different tiers at all times. One high one low. That way I can accommodate both the vets and new players at the lows and higher tiers.

We have so many players here in the Cities now and have to offer as many scenarios as we can. It is fun to see who shows up and who signs up for other events here in the Cities. No one event competes with another.. we just want to foster community and have seen a good one thrive here. :)

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Paizo Con :).

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This is AWESOME!!!

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Mar 2011-May 2014 :)
Just got my 5th star last Sunday May the 11th. I GM'd "Among the Dead" with Andy Christian presiding that day :)

I am still looking for that dang island I heard so much about but can't seem to find!! :)

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Bidmaron wrote:

We shouldn't have to go to a third party site to get basic support for the game's replayability. For a company that does as much as Paizo, this is unbelievable.

As to workarounds: obviously, there are plenty of ways to make it work, but a company-provided checklist should be provided. The same logic by which they gave us the character sheets should have provided the card checklist.

There is always going to be extra things from the fanbase. But to accuse Paizo of skimping out on support could not be further from the truth and sad. If it was not for Paizo to begin with we would not have this game as it is. They answer our questions and provide the FAQ and keep it updated. They are working on all the games and RPG material that is on the market and then some that is coming out to the market with in the next year or so. They are BUSY to say the least. So they have every excuse that we can afford them in this case.

The fact that they take the time to come here on these forums and answer questions and the like is a boon for all of us. I enjoy that and will continue to support Paizo and this card game.
Thanks Paizo! :)

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Vic Wertz wrote:
Jalcee wrote:

This is looking like an event that I am definitely interested in! I have a number of questions though before I sign up.

I've played through about 1/2 of the original card game, and I understand this is part 2 - the pirate theme.

How does it work when you sit down to play? Is it one scenario? Do you continue to play scenarios if people at your table haven't leveled up yet? Is there a blog post that illustrates this event / organized play further?

We haven't said a lot yet, though you should certainly check out this blog post.

Each 2-hour play session is a single scenario. (They generally will take less than 2 hours, but we want to make sure people have time to rebuild their decks and so on after the scenario.)

While Season 0 will use the Skull & Shackles Base Set and adventure decks, you'll playing new scenarios designed just for PFSACG play.

We'll be providing rules that ensure all players are the table have decks and characters that are appropriate for each scenario.

Vic/Michael,

Will each scenario have it's own cards too? So when we start our own organized play will be able to order the scenario's and then have to wait for the cards? I am really curious as to how the organized play will work? Because of the card based aspect of the game... are the magic items and allies and such all going to be included for the players to obtain during play?

Is it possible to get some more information about the actual organization of the play and ordering and such if it is possible at this time?

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Unklbuck wrote:

Drogan I Disagree completely

In my area we run quite a few games on different days and locations and we are running into the problem of getting scenarios that a group of 5-6 players haven't played.

Lets face it there are only so many scenarios and If you have several characters ( example I have 2-12's, 1-11th, 1-6th, 2-4th, and a 1st)...you've done a good job of exhausting the available scenarios.

I'm sure you have run into the problem of having 5 players sitting at a table trying to find one scenario in common that none of them have played...an almost impossible task.

Paizo makes money by selling product and storeowners make money by selling product....period... no disputing this fact, therefore why set a meaningless rule in place to prevent people form coming to a store and spending money?

Now if I were GM'ing a game for someone and they were acting on their prior knowledge of the scenario and not their PC's knowledge I would give them a warning about it, but in my area we have a lot of good players and this would be a rare happenstance.

Anything to enhance attendance and spending is to be encouraged...anything detrimental to that does not make sense.

If you play 1 or more times a week eventually you WILL exhaust the amount of scenarios you can play. Paizo will never be able to keep up with that type of schedule nor should they. What a player like you should keep in mind though is that it is not just about playing PFS but running it too. As a veteran player you know that GMing is important and that without you or whomever as a GM there will be no events to play them. Someone needs to step up regardless if you have played the scenario before or not.

I agree anything to enhance the experience to encourage attendance. GMing is a MAJOR part of that experience. I know you do GM as evident by you having one star. But on the same token there are many that do no GMing at all and complain that there is not enough scenarios out there to play and it is not fair as well.

We as players of PFS have got to step up and GM as much as we can especially when you have played it before, and lord knows even if you haven't played it before.

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Doug Miles wrote:
You don't find The Island; The Island finds you! ;) Congratulations!

::looks to be found hehe::

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Silbeg,
Thank you!! I can hardly wait to see you get that 3rd star now!! I want Cake!! hehe :)

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Now where is that infernal island at ::looks around::

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Thanks guys. It was one hell of a journey. It was well worth the trip though and I would do it again in a heart beat. The community here in the frozen tundra is second to none and I could not be more proud then to be a part of it here in the Cities :)

Thank you everyone!! :)

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I say that Jessica Price dyes her hair GREEN and does her hair up like her Avatar at the $5,000 mark. :) And at $7,500 mark she marks her face with the same markings of her avatar (with make-up of course.. nothing that can't be washed off hehe) AND Pictures of both events or it didn't happen :D

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Just as an FYI these are really easy to print out on a personal printer and then getting them laminated some where. They will be a little thicker then a typical map pack but be pretty much the same quality and usefulness :)

That is the beauty of buying the PDF of these. That and you can print out multiple copies of the ones you want... so if you need more then one raft or barge you can print them out. You don't even have to laminate them if you would rather save the money and just reprint as needed. I have printed them out on cardstock as needed and it works out wonderfully :)

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Purple Dragon Knight wrote:
sigh... I wish they'd make exception to their regular common practice and make another run of the various ships products

You might want to consider buying the PDF and then bringing the file to a print shop and having them print it out and then laminating it. It works pretty slick and while it will not fold at least you will have a copy to use until a new one comes along or you are able to find a hard copy of it. :)

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