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While these sound great (especially if some of the above suggestions are applied), they're sadly not for the game I run/play.

Is there a way to just skip this one set in my subscription?

Again, these sound awesome. But they're not as "edition neutral" as I like my gaming products. :-P


Mistral wrote:
In-Eth-Dâo wrote:
I would fairly appreciate a steampunk deck, too
+1

+1 again. That would be absolutely most excellent.

Really, I love these cards (nearly every set). I want Paizo to expand what they're making - branch out from "adventure path" support, to general RPG support for different themes and/or genres.


I got mine, and I love them.

I'm a 4th Edition player / DM, and I'm glad to see that even most of the mechanical effects (those in the black boxes) are "useable" as-is. I only count 10 cards that I plan on changing the text around a bit, to fit better with 4th edition, and most of them are really just changing the language, or subbing in a different status effect or replacing a feat/skill that doesn't exist in 4th.

I love the cards, and I'm glad that they're so compatible


Majuba wrote:
Greatfrito wrote:
Is there a particular reason the card quality has gone down so much for this, and the Enemies facecard deck? I just got my set, and when I compare it to some of the previous ones, the new cards have rough backs, and are strangely cut - the cards have a "lip" around the edge, where they curve back where cut.
Greatfrito - did you compare Kingmaker and the Enemies deck? I found them to be completely different (Kingmaker much better quality, particularly the edges).

I did look at both, actually (I got them both, together, last week). While Kingmaker was -slightly- better, both were far lower quality than prior sets.


Lisa Stevens wrote:
Greatfrito wrote:

Is there a particular reason the card quality has gone down so much for this, and the Vilians facecard deck? I just got my set, and when I compare it to some of the previous ones, the new cards have rough backs, and are strangely cut - the cards have a "lip" around the edge, where they curve back where cut.

If this is the new standard for these cards, I'm likely to cancel my subscription.

Yeah, we noticed this too and have made changes starting with the Plot Twist cards. They should be back to what they were before from here on out. The interesting thing is that everything was speced exactly like the previous card sets, but they switched to a new printer whose specs were off. So we asked them to switch back to the old printer.

-Lisa

Thanks! That's great to hear! It's too bad these two sets got wonked up, but most of mine are in covers anyways (to avoid "accidents" at the table), so it's not a big deal.

Keep up the -great- product, then. :-)


Is there a particular reason the card quality has gone down so much for this, and the Vilians facecard deck? I just got my set, and when I compare it to some of the previous ones, the new cards have rough backs, and are strangely cut - the cards have a "lip" around the edge, where they curve back where cut.

If this is the new standard for these cards, I'm likely to cancel my subscription.


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