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*LOVE* the site.

Your site is my first brush with the Kyngdoms, and I am loving what I read. Looks like I discovered you a bit to late as you removed your Fane Trilogy from here and RPGnow.

Any chance that you are going to make them available again for purchase?

Also do you have a timeline for the setting book? Ever consider a kickstarter?

Looking forward to more Kyngdoms!


So I just was out on the Frog God Games site and I see an entry for "Rappan Athuk: Cyclopean Deeps". Is that something separate from the Rappan Athuk hardcover? Or is it part of it?

ET


I think I might be dying waiting for this to ship. I come home everyday and check the mail... then lurch inside despondently...

:)

ET


Alrighty, we are all here because we love Paizo products, right? They make great stuff and that is why Pathfinder is our game of choice.

But amongst all of those jewels in the Paizo treasure chest, there is always one that stands out as your favorite.

Mine would have to be "Distant Worlds". This product supercharged my imagination and left me hungering for more. I would love to see a full hardcover expansion of this material. From the cover to the info contained within, it was tantalizing to say the least. This book rocked on toast!

So now that you have heard mine, what is your favorite and why?

ET


Wolfgang Baur wrote:
EonTrinity, thank you for the vote of confidence. The Northlands level of quality definitely set the bar here, and I like to think we have cleared it. We'll see soon!

You bet. When I pre-ordered, I also just picked up the Imperial Gazeteer PDF, and it is really awesome.

Really looking forwards to CS in paper and PDF.

Good luck!

ET


Well, I bit. Northlands was so good, that I pre-ordered the hardcover/PDF through the store.

Booyah!

ET


lastgrasp wrote:
If I purchase the preorder bundle will I get immediate access to the PDF?

I just pre-ordered it, and it was indeed immediately available to download.

ET


Is there any word on when the PF Rappan Athuk will be available in brick and mortar or through the Paizo/FGG websites for those that missed the kickstarter)???

ET


Since I am now "all in" - when does Rappan Athuk come out? When I google it most responses say it is coming out this summer sometime - but summer is about over...

I can't seem to find any information on when I can pre-order it?

Might as well leap, right?

ET


Greetings all. First time poster....

This thread convinced me to bite the big one and order the Hardcover for my birthday. I have never ran an adventure path (usually made my own) but a busy life is pushing me to forgo so I picked up Rise of the Runelords and this.

I told my wife I was just going to order a book for my birthday, and she said go ahead - I neglected to mention the cost - which means that if the campaign doesn't kill me, she probably will.

That said - really looking forwards to getting this in the mail.

Thanks to everybody who pushed me over the edge!

ET


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