godsDMit makes a good point about the window in Illustration 6 (by the file names). Plus those ears just don't seem to be random.
Window does make little sense for Azaven, but the dress exactly matches Azaven's mini. Also, the windows in that are stained glass, not barred like the illustration here.
Yep, any product that relies on art like Pawns or the map packs generally waits until the end of the release so that the Art actually exists.
Although yes, many people do wait until the last issue of an AP is out so that they can work elements and themes from later parts into the story earlier.
Actually shipping will probably start on Monday (and that's what Sara-Marie's May subscription thread in CS says), especially since this is a hardcover month.
doc the grey wrote:
Ahh. Well as I've brought up in another thread I've been having trouble loading up some of the smaller pdfs with large chunks of page not wanting to load. That being said though I'm going to see about downloading adobe reader and see if that works.
Have you tried the one file per chapter versions?
Unless it's changed from the Kingmaker rules massively, a medium army is 100 creatures.
John Doe 207 357 wrote:
I would like to see how this module stand up since a dragon would normally be a major threat and would be a difficult task for starting 1st level players to handle.
They'll be 6-7th level by the end, which would make a CR 9-10 Dragon a good end encounter
I suspect that Paizo want to test Nick's reliability with Towns of Golarion before considering him for an AP instalment again. A flare-out on the lines of the one he had with Rasor Coast could do significant damage to the AP line.
Having said that, I hope that things do work out and we see Nick on an AP cover again.
"Devil's Advocate" wrote:
It's that last bit that's the problem. Edelen says that the Sorcerer has the Dragon Bloodline, meaning it doesn't have a familiar. Only Witches, Wizards and Arcane Blooded Sorcerers can get Familiars.
What you might want to consider is doing a short, 3 moth campaign, then looking to see if Reign of Winter as a complete campaign works for you?
Either you can pick something up, or potentially ask one of your players to run sometihng if one of them is interested? The GM who I play APs with will do that, one of our players did a short Werewolf game between RotRL & Second Darkness, and Mask of Nyarlathotep between that and our present Serpent's Skull game.
Nate Z wrote:
James already mentioned the Succubus elsewhere. Between that and Champions of Purity, I think Mikase might have gone for a long lie down...
Madness Made Fuzzy wrote:
Am I missing something, or does it only show that there are (2) minatures coming out? I thought there were a few more than that, unless I just didn't notice it. Anywho, still very sweet.
There are two, unpainted metal minis by Reaper (listed as Pathfinder Miniature:<mini name>), and nine prepainted plastics from Wizkids (listed as Pathfinder Battles, in one set.
The 3.5 Worm That Walks template is from the Epic Level Handbook, and as such I believe that it is available in the SRD. It's CR+3, and can be added to any evil wizard or sorcerer.
The Pathfinder one is in Bestiray 2 and is a +2 CR template
The Divine Scion from Inner sea Magic is actually illustrated by a picture of Nualia, so that might be worth a try. You might also be able to use that image for her in Maptools. True, it isn't excessively half-fiendish, but it is different enough from any of the ROTRL images that your players will be able to tell that she's changed
From what I remember they were looking at Kaiju for B3, but a generic Kaiju template ended up being far too complicated to be worth it, so they were leaning towards statting specific Kaiju as their own entries.
At a guess, I'd say the default would be yes, with an option to the GM to give a bonus story feat at character creation
Paths of Prestige is a campaign setting book, which is primarially a GM line...
K is gargantuan, a size that Paizo do not at the moment (and probably in the immediate future) cater for.
The creature on the cover is a Wyvern, not K
The Product Discussion forum is designed to hold the threads that are attached to actual releases.
The best places to ask what you want is either in the appropriate line forum (so Paizo Licensed/Miniatures for your specific requests above), or in the Paizo Products under the Pathfinder RPG section
Ninja in the Rye wrote:
The best way to get a shipping estimate is to put it into your side cart and start the checkout process. You'll see a pretty accurate estimate of the shipping to your address.
Not being familiar with any of the revisited books, will this include stat blocks that are different than what's in the bestiary?
Generally there's an example with class levels or in some other way advanced, yes.
Berk the Black wrote:
The evolutions pre-order is slated for July, what does that mean for an actual release date?
That (barring major delays) it will be released on a Wednesday in July. Other than that it's too early to pin down any tighter.
They've been deliberately vague about what is being sent out, because if there were any hitch and delays occured, the Internet would kick up a massive storm
Inflation isn't THAT fast!
It is. According to here $60 in 1980 was about $150 by 2007, when the prices for AP issues were first set.
Compound interest moves fast, especially in the 80s/late 90s
The general rule is that Hardcovers do, softcovers don't. The resources to create a lite file are not inconsiderable, so they're held back to the big releases.
It won't. We know the products that will be coming out at Gencon, and B4 isn't amongst them.
We can't be too far off the October products going up though, which I'm guessing is 50% likely to make you happy (with the other 50% coming a month later)
I haven't read Kingmaker, but my impression was that it's very sandbox-y and would require a pretty deep knowledge/investment to really appreciate the kingdom-building elements, which seems to be the unique element of that AP. Since some these guys only play once a year and don't think about it much otherwise, I thought that aspect of it would be a waste. Not the case?
The events in each of the books tended to be tied to a comparatively tight timeline, but with months and years of kingdom development (which can be easily dealt with on email) in between. It might actually help to keep contact between your players up in between your sessions!
I received the above order today, but instead of getting one each of the Reaper MSP HD paint sets, but I received two of set 2 instead.
Would it be possible to get a copy of number 1 with my next subscription, and what do you want me to do with the spare #2 I have?
Reaper have said they're going to do a day of us orders, a day of Canadian and then a day of international orders.
The only way to pay to get in is to invent a time machine and get yourself to be an attendee of Paizocon 2012, which is the group that they're using for high volume testing.
Actually no. The kickstarter book will be by Rich Baker, and set in the bit of the River Kingdoms that PFO is going to be based in.
It'll be called 'The Crusader Road', and is probably another year off (it will probably come at the same time as Emerald Spire)
given they've said big M won't be in this, the gender of the Gold is still open.
Lord Snow wrote:
Modules have moved to a quarterly schedule, and Paizo have only announced books until August.
The rules for Round five of RPG superstar also imply that he next module in this line will be the winner's module, so they don't actually know it's title or detail yet.
Typically how soon are singles made available after the line is released?
Depends on how busy Paizo's staff are around the release date - singles are generated by Paizo breaking open a number of boosters, then cataloging what they get out of them.
2 is how I've always seen it played. It makes sense that it takes some effort to force your soul out of your body and into a gem.
Almost certainly. I can't believe that they would have created about 40 new lords and not detailed ones that already exist.
Raymond Lambert wrote:
What I do for woods is keep a pile of 1p & 2p coins that I can scatter across the battlemat to represent the trees.
Also, I would like this book.
According to Erik, Wizkids haven't yet pinned down a release time.
However, I believe that for Runelords they didn't bring stuff to Gencon as the shipping was too expensive.