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Mythic Evil Lincoln wrote:
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Reading Mark's mention of the Occult Adventures made me realize I'm not even excited about the playtest... sigh... :/
I've been completely disinterested in the last three playtests -- but it wasn't Paizo's doing. It was the participants.

What? You were put off by TRUE GAMERS BEING PASSIONATE? Preposterous.

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Skeld wrote:
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Dude, if it isn't an e-mail detailing how you're going to get a visit from a bunch of True Americans equipped with a blowtorch and a shotgun, that ain't no harassment.

Don't you got some lawyerin' to do, toothbag?

-Skeld

Of course I do. If anybody feels threatened ... here's my card. And here's the phone number of Sergei. Sergei handles the problem, I do the paperwork.

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Ssalarn wrote:

I expect Occult Mysteries to be amazing though, because so many of the people at Paizo love the concept. They've been planning and ruminating on something they love and are excited about, and love is where the real magic comes from.

Fear not, your damning praise will be quickly silenced by all the "ha ha Failzo hates point-based psionics so they're giving us another vancian system where casters rule and martials drool' people ;-)

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I don't see the ACG as being more errate-y than any other Paizo book. The "possible errors" thread for APG has had about the same amount of posts 1 month after the release, and I don't recall anybody here shouting that APG was a failure.

Heck, I believe most Bestiaries have far more errors. But, being GM-side books they never fall under the same OCD scrutiny that player-side books are subjected to. People don't get so passionately ... I mean, nerdragely invested in monsters like they do with classes and other player material.

The fact that this thread is full of people whose forum activity is mostly limited to bashing whatever they see that has Paizo logo on it hardly surprises me as well.

One ACG criticism which I belive warrants some merit is the issue of disjunction between the class chapter (which was, AFAIK, written by Jason/Sean/Stephen) and the archetypes and feats chapters which are, again I'm guessing, outsourced to freelancers mostly. As a result, there's less coherency and consistency than it would be if everything would be written just by 3 guys. Of course the question is, whether such model is necessary to be able to put the book in a reasonable time at all.

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Transgendered lesbians seduced Jason and made him nerf the Warpriest.

This thread is better than #gamergate ;)

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Of course we don't need no understanding of the business in order to express our wishes. I'm still waiting for Sexual Assault in Golarion and Transgendered Pornography of the Inner Sea and I seriously have no idea why these books didn't get printed yet, I mean I talked to my gaming group and everybody agrees it's a cool idea. Even my cat agrees.

But I digress.

Kickstarter solves precisely zero problems here. Kickstarter provides money. Paizo doesn't need money to put new books out. It needs manpower.

"Kickstart some money and hire new permanent employees!" Well, that'll put the Kickstarter well above what's needed for this one project. I don't even think that's kosher with Kickstarter rules, asking for money that isn't related to the kickstarted project. Let alone the question of what these new people are supposed to do once the book is out.

"Kickstart some money and hire temp works for this book only!" Well, do you know what are the salaries in RPG gaming industry? I'll give you an expert insider insight: they're not stellar. They're actually piss poor compared to video games and board games industries, and both require similar talents. You're not going to hire anybody temporarily with such salaries, and by anybody I mean somebody that's competent enough. I won't even mention the fact that US jurisdiction has some really weird regulations concerning temp workers. And that we're talking Seattle here, with dozens of companies in need of editors, writers and developers who are into fantasy and scifi.

"Profit margins are not slimmer!" - well duh, logic and common sense, how much can you sell the same product all over again if your name isn't Steve Jobs? Not much. Sure, there's some profit, but not as much as from something else. Business are about earning money, remember? You need to prioritize. And going back to the industry size and wealth question - in such a tiny industry, you can't afford to make mistakes. Especially with WotC now back in the game.

"People won't cancel their APs because older ones get reprinted!" Excuse me, any empirical data here? Any poll? A sample of, say, 1000 targeted interviews? Basic market research apart from the fact that your gaming group said so? We have anything? Bueller? Bueller? A serious company can't do a Kickstarter just to try and see if there's demand. Doing so indicates that they are unable to conduct proper market research. You're either doing a successful KS or not doing it at all, else you're damaging your market credibility. Tiny industry argument rears its ugly head again.

Above all - more than anything else, this reminds me of all those vocal folks requesting a Dragon/Dungeon magazine art book. Such book happened. It was a hardcover at 30 USD at lauch. It was a pretty fantastic book, I have it sitting on my shelf. It is now discounted at 5 USD here. With over a 1000 of them clogging up Paizo shelf space. What people ask for is not always what they are willing to shell out money for.

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I always enjoy threads like this one, where history professors, unemployed students, dermatologists, plumbers and sports store managers are all suddenly mavericks of RPG book publishing industry with innate knowledge of how the industry works, what are the preferences of the target group, how do the sales spread across product lines and just how simple it is to put a product out. :)

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BigDTBone wrote:


More specifically then, no one is better qualified the the consumer to determine if the product quality was acceptable in exchange for their money.

The rules are free.

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Chances this thread turns into an argument on how things would be better if Pathfinder was an OSR ruleset: 200%.

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Zaister wrote:
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Of course, I won't cancel my sub because I can always scavenge the AP for statblocks, maps, monsters and support articles. The beauty of Paizo APs is that you can always use the content even if the AP itself is not to your tastes.
Somehow I find it funny to see you complaining, with you being the one that usually makes fun of other people's complaining about APs :)

They can make fun of me, no probs.

Of course, they won't be as funny ;)

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Odraude wrote:

Man, sure are a lot of people channeling Sincubus in here :p

AP seems like it'll be interesting but I'd like to know more about it.

ORCS WITH AXES! DESTROYING MY PRECIOUS ROBOTZ WITH LAZORS!!! I'M ABOUT TO FAINT, YOU BRUTAL TOLKIENISTS!!!

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Mechalibur wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:

For the record, Hells Rebels looks cool. Classic Golarion themes, canon heavy, so many loose lore threads to tie up. Also, a ball.

Giantslayer, on the other hands, sounds like a forced effort to placate all those ultra-conservatives who are throwing their arms up because Iron Gods. I fully expect stuff like "this 10 by 20 room has 3d6 frost giants and 1d6 t-rexes".

And I am and will be a vehement enemy of fiction in APs. ;)

Really? That seems like a stretch to me.

Maybe the writers want to do something? Maybe not every AP has to have a gimmick or something? What's wrong with an epic adventure stopping an army of monstrous creatures from taking over Avistan?

I love Iron Gods so far, and I don't see why I can't love this too.

Well, that would be only the 53829th campaign about stopping an army of monstrous creatures published so far for D&D. Not counting other fantasy RPG games. I mean, maybe if this campaign was about playing an orc tribe and getting to pillage, burn and rape innocent villagers, I could get interested. Otherwise, not much.

Of course, I won't cancel my sub because I can always scavenge the AP for statblocks, maps, monsters and support articles. The beauty of Paizo APs is that you can always use the content even if the AP itself is not to your tastes.

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Congratulations Erik! Climb the ladder! Infect Paizo with your tastes in anime!

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
But Erik, who will my mother-in-law call for help when she wants to buy me a birthday present?

She can call me. I can handle this.

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Golarion may be your fiction, but it's my reality two evenings in a week.

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Vic Wertz wrote:
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Good career path and plan. Also good to see Paizo value the experience and promote up!
Other Paizo employees who escaped Customer Service include sales associate Cosmo Eisele, managing editor James Sutter, and COO Jeff Alvarez.

You have it wrong, Herr Wertz.

Cosmo didn't escape from CustServ.

CustServ escaped from Cosmo.

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For the record, Hells Rebels looks cool. Classic Golarion themes, canon heavy, so many loose lore threads to tie up. Also, a ball.

Giantslayer, on the other hands, sounds like a forced effort to placate all those ultra-conservatives who are throwing their arms up because Iron Gods. I fully expect stuff like "this 10 by 20 room has 3d6 frost giants and 1d6 t-rexes".

And I am and will be a vehement enemy of fiction in APs. ;)

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Adam Daigle wrote:
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Meh.
Shush, you! ;)

Iron Gods and Rasputin Must Die taught me how to bareback jump from an exploding spaceship in to a sky filled with Doomrazor Drones and Plasma Falcons.

Now you're offering me a backseat in a glider through Cloud Cuckoo Land.

I'm way too high for that, I'm afraid ;-)

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Hey, is this some time-travelling blog post from 2007 or did somebody actually write it like it used to be back before marketing took over? :P

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Meh.

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Rynjin wrote:

Spellcasters are fine 1-4, but don't dominate as hard.

Once 3rd level spells come into play, however, they start getting more and more powerful, gaining options that martials can't replicate.

Look, I know a game where everybody can teleport 3 squares when they hit the enemy, everybody can heal themselves magically and everybody can use the same rituals like raise dead or some other crazy bat guano stuff. The core books are out of print, but I do have a pristine copy which I never used, could part with for a cheap price. I have a feeling reading these would be more productive for you than obsessively pursuing the goal of somebody officially re-writing the game to your design :)

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Zesdead wrote:

...maybe...but it seems odd to me that Paizo are releasing a regional CS book that isn't tied in with an AP...I can't think of any other examples...unless of course we are getting two regional CS books associated with Hell's Rebels (the second one being an, as yet unannounced Cheliax book)...

I expect we have a while to wait before we get any confirmation either way on a Cheliax book...

Well, the Absalom book wasn't associated with any AP.

And I think there's no Andoran at all in Hell's Rebels. What I do suspect is that since Paizo did a CS line Osirion book and is pretty much 99% sure to do a Cheliax book, they'll be releasing Andoran, Qadira and Taldor books, too.

Which is great news, because several of those badly need an update and cleaning up.

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Wiggz wrote:
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Chalk up another vote for a dragon-centric AP. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think we still haven't had a Dragon BBEG, which is a crying shame.

But hey - we've got Robo-Gods!

Maybe they should do a 'transformer' themed AP next, or one where the PC's go on a five year mission to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations...

I seriously and wholeheartedly approve your suggestions. It's great to see you make the journey from "grumpy traditionalist who got robots in his unicorns" to a full-on science-fantasy fan! ;-)

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I'd strongly suggest moving from IE to a serious browser, which means pretty much anything but IE. Well, maybe except Lynx, if you're a fan of those newfangled 16-bit images.

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Your example has nothing to do with ACG. A crit for 4d6+16 is something that a Barbarian and a smiting Paladin geats easily with Fighter and Ranger close behind.

The Arcanist, arguably the strongest ACG class ... died. So. Much. Overpowered! He literally died from being awesome, a tavern story in the making.

Everything in this combat that made it a cakewalk was wacky use of variant rules for called shots. When you introduce variant rules, balance changes. But it's not the ACG that changed anything here.

And as noted before, using called shots multi-head monsters need to be hit in every head in a single turn in order to suffer any conditions.

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Check out my review of Fires of Creation. I wrote it during a quite similar level of intoxcation (0,7l bottle of Grant's whisky topped with a few porter beers).

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Scott Betts wrote:
Kthulhu wrote:
Did anyone actually think that it was big?
No, but the idea that the entire tabletop RPG industry can support (and this is being charitable) fewer than 100 full-time workers is sort of jarring.

Paizo has an online store and branches out into dozens of things other than RPG. I'm pretty sure that if they were doing only Pathfinder they wouldn't be able to sustain much apart from a skeleton crew.

Steve Jackson lives off Munchkin. Catalyst lives off Battletech. WotC lives off M:tG. Fantasy Flight lives off board games and living card games.

Many companies, such as Pelgrane Press or Chaosium or Onyx Path are 1d6 permanent employees and the rest is freelancers. And these are relatively big names in the industry with big products, btw.

Yeah, I can totally see there 100 people being employed only out of money that comes from RPGs.

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What's wrong with Good being about murderkilling those who aren't Good? Ragathiel says nothing!

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Actually, the article clearly states:

"We define the "hobby games market" as the market for those games regardless of whether they’re sold in the hobby channel or other channels."

So it's not just LGS.

And I fully believe the credibility of the article. The CCGs have addiction mechanisms and pro competitive play (which of course pales to e-sports, but you can still live off playing M:tG or Yu-Gi-Oh.

Board games are going mainstream, even more so in Europe. You can grab one and play with your family, your friends who come over, your co-workers, anybody can play Carcassone or Catan in an instant.

RPGs? Backwater hobby with no visual appeal, no addiction mechanisms, high entry barrier (300+ pg rulebooks full of tables?), no pro competitive play, social stigma of being an activity for 40yr old white male neckbeards. Sure, many of those things change, but in general? It's a very, very, VERY small industry.

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Kthulhu wrote:
What I can't wait to see is how quick of a turnaround some of the posters here will have, from touting the ICv2 numbers as unassailable, to talking about how they are meaningless because of the factors that many people have pointed out over and over.

You mean all the "it doesn't factor DDI and if you factor DDI D&D IS THE BEST!" people? :)

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Insain Dragoon wrote:
Maybe he means for non-US customers?

Canada isn't part of United States? ;)

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Zaister wrote:
Yeah right, especially me. :)

Double irony is the best irony :D

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also, as much as I enjoy the current result of the poll, vocal minorities like us are hardly indicative. And folks who want PF2.0 want it for vastly different reasons, see:

Bugley: Beginners Box layout, no splatbooks plz.
Rynjin: Buff monks, decapitated SKR on the cover.
Beckett: Option to play LG Cleric of Jesus Christ who is > other classes.
Kthulhu: Fatal blunder which finally bankrupts Paiozo and leaves Monte Cookie homeless.

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Lakesidefantasy wrote:

I predict the 2nd edition of pathfinder will be announced by 2016.

Were you one of the 'I predict Paizo will go bankrupt by 2010' people?

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Think again

I'm pretty sure it holds true for Europe as well, perhaps with board games having a slightly bigger slice, percentage-wise.

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jimibones83 wrote:
Can we get an update from staff on how well this book has sold so far? I'm just curious

Paizo does not disclose sales data. But they sold every book they had at GenCon with them, which is usually a good indication that the thing is smokin' hot.

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I think that we've *glasses* got some guidelines to follow *exits*

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But what about childlike emaciated goth lolis who serve as companions to wizened old sorcerers with the Tentacle bloodline?

WAIT WHY IS EVERYBODY LOOKING AT ME LIKE THAT PLEASE PUT THAT PITCHFORK AWAYUUUUGHHBRLLLLLL....*expires*

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Any platform that allows some Warren Worthington The Fourth to wake up one day with a hangover and to shut down my access to it permanently gets a big 'no'.

Of course Lisa Stevens and DTRPG owners can do that as well, but at least I have my PDFs on my computer.

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Blackvial wrote:
awesome book, just wish you put in a tech based alchemist archetype

Fullmetal Alchemist sounds familiar...

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Let's be frank - you have on this forum people complaining that 3.5 Cleric was weak, people complaining that Swashbuckler is OP and people who change sneak attack to be usable only once per round because OHMYGODALLTHOSEDICEOFDAMAGEHAXBLIZZNERFPLZ.

So, you'll ALWAYS have somebody unhappy :)

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The author lineup is nothing but brilliant. Two gals! Goddess Crystal! Princess Amber! Jim Grooves! James writing a 128pg issue 100 special! The guy called Mike who wrote Mud Sorcerer's Tomb! SIR PETT!

I was worried we're going to get some ultra-conservative AP to offset the inevitable Distant Worlds AP coming in Feb 2016, but if this thing is conservative traditionalist fantasy, I don't want to be a progressive liberal. Now I need to gain 100kg and wear a fanny pack over an utilikilt...

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RangerWickett wrote:

I think there's definitely value in having a fantasy RPG that's more complex than 5e D&D, but in Pathfinder now there are some common fantasy character archetypes that can only be achieved if you either have comprehensive system knowledge or use a search engine for a while. Or, more precisely, you can achieve them otherwise, but you end up getting penalized.

Use the core rules to make a 'swashbuckler.' You can do it, but you end up doing less damage than a heavy armor fighter, and probably with a lower AC. If you know the right feats and multiclassing tricks, though, your swashbuckler gets ridiculously powerful compared to 'Bob the classic fighter.'

The system is just not as _elegant_ as it could be. It slows play down, and makes game sessions provide less value. It slows prep down, and distracts GMs from focusing their attention on storytelling. And for god's sake it slows design down, because I've written adventures for both 4e and PF, and 4e monsters get the same job done with a lot less mental energy.

Revise the rules, and you'll get more stuff done in your game, your GM will run _better_ games, and the Paizo staff and freelancers will be able to write more adventures so you can have MORE games.

I think there's a value in a game which rewards the fact that your abilities at math and gaming the system are better than Average Joe's.

If you want a swashbuckler and the core concept doesn't suit you, you take one of the million 3PP solutions. Or now, you take the official one.

"Rules shouldn't be getting in the way of storytelling" is about as valid as "Theatrics shouldn't distract you from the game". There are people who value the former more, and there are people who prefer the latter.

I actually feel slightly irked by the notion that I'll run better game if the system will be easier. I can run great games with PF. I can run great games with Call of Cthulhu or WoD or GURPS or Cats in the Shrubbery. I can handle math. I can handle story. If I can, anyone can.

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You fought in the "Paizo is still undecided if 4E" thread. Double points if you exchanged broadsides with Scott Betts.

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Insain Dragoon wrote:
Vote with both your wallet and reviews. Give the book exactly as many stars as you believe it deserves.

Thanks for the reminder, 4-star review posted.

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