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Hobbun wrote:

That’s quick turn-around time on those feat conversions, Jason. I know you have a lot on your plate, but did not think you would have gone through that many conversions of feats as of yet.

With these feat conversions, were these ideas you had in mind already (even before the KS?) And are these going to be playtested?

Jason, I know you are busy, but any way to answer these questions?

Thanks.


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Imbicatus wrote:
Inner Sea Gods. You need to worship Urgathoa though.

Wait, you can drink potions as a move action normally? I always thought drinking a potion was a standard action.


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Liz Courts wrote:
Also, try as we might, the colored shirts never sell as well as black t-shirts. :\

That's a shame, as I also get tired of seeing black gaming t-shirts. And it's not just Paizo related, but the GenCon t-shirts usually have a black background, as well.

A nice white or grey background would be nice to see for once.


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I stopped at Menard’s this weekend to take a look at the Akro storage drawers. I brought a couple of my miniatures (one medium and one large) to compare them to the drawer sizes.

I found that the medium-sized mini really did not fit in the smaller drawer sizes unless you laid them down, they were just too tall. Of course there are variance with the minis, but I had taken a Vampire (from H & M) as my example, which I don’t think is an unreasonably tall example.

As for my large, it was with a Stone Champion (I believe), it was the Stone Giant holding a rock. The only way to fit any large in the larger storage drawers is if they sit low already, like the Dire Bear.

But what I have thought about is buying the all large Akro storage draw (24 count) and using it for my mediums and smalls, but not certain if it’s really going to be worthwhile over my tackle boxes as I don't think I would hold as much with an Akro storage box. And my tackle box also has an area on top (with lid) that can hold up to Gargantuan size, as well.

So I still really haven’t found a good storage means with the exception of having actual shelving for the minis, and that unfortunately I just don’t have space for.


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That’s quick turn-around time on those feat conversions, Jason. I know you have a lot on your plate, but did not think you would have gone through that many conversions of feats as of yet.

With these feat conversions, were these ideas you had in mind already (even before the KS?) And are these going to be playtested?


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Erik, really burning the midnight oil. :)

And I am happy to hear this, as it sounds like resolutions for other pretty bad minis will be looked at as well.

Now I am truly intrigued to see the full announcement on what will be done.


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Erik Mona wrote:
Cat-thulhu: I haven't yet revealed ALL of the different ways of getting a better Feiya. I ask you to hang tight for a bit longer, as I think once the whole story is out there you'll be pretty satisfied.

Ok, I really hope there is more to it, Erik.

With how many times I've heard "you will be really pleased what WizKids has in store", to be told we will be able to replace her through WizKids normal replacement process is quite disappointing.

Like Cat-thulhu, I am no fan of how WizKids has handled replacements.

I still await the info that will 'really make me pleased'.


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Walter Sheppard wrote:

No, you're just wiser than Arkus, my perpetually drunk swashbuckler/sentinel of Cayden Caliean.

The ex-half-orc definitely died trying to pull a Jack Sparrow against a tentacle monster that was flooding a town. The Cayden cleric brought be him back, not with a raise dead, but with a reincarnate. Why? "Because life's an adventure!" So now Arkus is a human. He can't handle my liquor and is attracted to elven women. I suppose we all have our crosses to bear.

I pray you don't fall victim to a similar fate.

Hey, you may not be able to handle your liquor now and attracted to elven women (your heart is destined to be broken), but that is a great experience you won't forget and a story you can revisit with your friends.

I made it through Bonekeeps 1 & 2 alive, although didn't finish the first one (only 4 rooms). However, a friend that was playing with me, died in both of them. Ugh


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Walter Sheppard wrote:

But that's where the fun begins!

*snip*

You've just got to take those challenges head on and without fear of failure. For Cayden!

I’ve played both 1 & 2, and getting through the dungeon, even with PP/Gold to bring myself back, is definitely challenging enough!

I guess I’m just not as good or daring as you are, Walter. :)


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Well, hope we have better luck than yourself. But if I do die, I’ll sell/return my Bonekeep lvl 3 ticket. Will not go into Bonekeep without means to bring myself back.


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Thanks for the answers! I actually like the first one linked as it has the wider and taller trays (towards the bottom) and looks like it would accommodate large-sized minis much more easily. That’s one of the issues I have with my tackle boxes, I can’t fit most of my large minis as the trays aren’t tall enough.

Now, I know you indicated you’ve only bought one, so you haven’t been able to stack them. But looking at it, does it seem favorable to stacking (with another one)?

Edit: I’ve been reading some of the reviews on Amazon for this item (Aklo storage cabinet) and a lot of people are saying how cheaply made it is. Broken tabs (to hold the drawers), cheap plastic, no backing, etc.

Has anyone here had issues with theirs?


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Well, there has been no official announcement that I know of as yet, but a good source (for Scotty’s) over at the GenCon forums has indicated they will be having the Pathfinder-themed menu again.


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Muser wrote:
Hobbun wrote:
Muser wrote:


Then I played The Sealed Gate. Dead in two rounds.

Did you play in hard mode or normal?

I am signed up for this at GenCon with a couple of my friends (we plan to go normal mode).

Normal mode, but we had a lot of trouble, two or three people playing up and my archer died before he had the chance to unload with a certain item.

Why? A confused 11th level alchemist used 6 cone-shaped force blasts to mince our unconscious bodies into sodden giblets.

It happens.

Ugh, but yes, it does happen. I hope you all had the PP/gold to bring yourselves back.

I will be playing with my Alchemist, as well. At that point he should be 8th level. He is also a Grenadier. :)


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How does this work on the flipside?

In our home campaign, a friend of mine is playing a Cleric who is going to concentrate on creating/animating dead and use them to fight with us.

Are the undead worked into our APL? And if they are, what would be their ‘level’, their CR?


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Cpt_kirstov wrote:
pres man wrote:
You can always think about using something like this.
I just bought one of these for my mini storage, it fits anywhere from 10-20 humaniods per small tray depending on pose.

I’m assuming that’s 10-20 medium-sized humanoids? And is that standing up or laying down?

What I like about this container is it has the larger-sized trays, which look like they can fit large-sized minis well enough. Am I right on that?

I have several tackle boxes now and I run into the issue that I can only fit up to a certain size mini, otherwise the lid will close and press on the top of the miniature (which I don’t want). And I can fit only specific types of large miniatures in the tackle boxes, as well.

Also, how well do these stack? Do they stack firmly (preferably lock in), or would it be unstable if you tried to stack one on top of one another?


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Muser wrote:


Then I played The Sealed Gate. Dead in two rounds.

Did you play in hard mode or normal?

I am signed up for this at GenCon with a couple of my friends (we plan to go normal mode).


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When they announce future products is the seminar “Future of Paizo Publishing”, and that is on Saturday this year. Which is a little different as they normally have had that on the first day, maybe as late as Friday before.


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I would welcome post-20th character levels (besides Mythic tiers). Our GM has said that the campaign arc he has planned will take us well past 20 levels, not including Mythic, which he does plan on using as well.

He's looked over the brief CRB rules on post 20, but I know he would appreciate a dedicated book on it, if it was ever made, as would I.

However, that being said, I am in agreement with several here that I would rather see a book dealing with and fixing the issues of 12-20, first.

Some say 12-20, or especially post 20 levels can't be fixed, as it's just an inherent issue with the design of the system. But I feel if anyone can do so, it would be Paizo.


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DropBearHunter, those cases are hazardous to my health.


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I'm guessing this comes out next month at GenCon?

So they haven't announced the promo figure yet?


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I really was hoping to hear something by now in regards to an announcement on what sort of resolution there will be.

However, the more I hear about how ‘complicated’ this is going to be, the more it confirms for me that there is going to be a reprint and some sort of replacement program with Feiya. And I don’t believe it will be the type of replacement program that WizKids already has set up through their website (and is pretty lousy, IMO), which is one of the reasons why I think this is taking longer.

I really hope there is more to it than this, though. Some kind of confirmation or change in procedure that will prevent future Feiyas, Queen Illeosas or Queen Elvannas. Because however much I would be happy to have Feiya replaced, it’s not something I want to go through each time when there is a truly bad paint/sculpt job.

Please give us some legitmate assurance, usually a change through procedure or protocol (i.e. better QC), that we are going to get some kind of consistency in regards to quality with future minis, as well.


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Imbicatus wrote:
Duncan7291 wrote:
EsperMagic wrote:
the pending shelving of tieflings and aasimars? whats that about?
** spoiler omitted **...

Crap. I just started a new character that just hit level 2. I am playing him this weekend. I rolled a dwarf, but I may need to use the rebuild to change race now before I play as level 2. Otherwise, it's unlikely I'll have an opportunity to build an Aasimar or Tiefling before august.

And I'm not really interested in Kitsune, Wayangs, or Nagaji. I was hoping we'd get Grippli. Alas.

All you need is 1 XP to have your Tiefling or Aasimaar 'grandfathered' in. Since you are just about to get your 4th EXP point, you are ok. As long as you will be playing again before August 14th, which it sounds like you will.

But I agree, pretty disappointed on the change. I read why they did it, but still don't see why they need to rotate the races out. And like you, not really interested in playing any of the three races introduced. I had a chronicle that allowed me to play either of the three and gave it to a friend.


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I have a 7th level Grenadier Alchemist in Society, and I have 'never' had a GM rule that your INT modifier only applies to actual thrown splash weapons.

If you read strictly RAW, your INT modifier applies to all splash weapons. Thrown or otherwise.

Core Rulebook wrote:
An alchemist adds his Intelligence modifier to damage done with splash weapons, including the splash damage if any.

The only reason this description falls under the Throw Anything description for the Alchemist as most times you are going to deal damage with splash weapons is when throwing them, but it doesn't mean it is exclusive to such.

Too much is being read into the title of the ability (i.e. Throw) and more should be read strictly in regards to the description of the ability, which does not specify only thrown splash weapons.


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Ah yes, of course, should have figured the info was from PaizoCon. I was assuming (incorrectly) Erik made a post somewhere on the forums.

Thanks Ryan.

Erik, when you do put out the list for the 12 minimate promos and where you can find them, will that be part of a PFB blog or will it have it’s own thread under the miniatures section?


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Actually, I think we need some more goblins, nowhere near enough for my goblin horde.

Spoiler:
I think everyone here knows I am kidding. :)

But yeah, a couple more Boggards would be nice, I think we only have one yet so far. Someone please correct me if I’m wrong.

I know this has also been said before already, but would love to see some more peasants. Townsfolk, farmers, children, etc. In our campaigns, we actually have used minis when exploring town. And more than once we’ve had encounters in town where peasants were factors. We either needed to save them, or they really weren’t a ‘peasant’.


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I know, I was kidding, therefore the smiley face at the end. :) Although it is a bit tucked away off to the left, so may not be that easy to see.

I’m exceptionally grateful to Scotty’s for what they have done not only this year, but previous years as well. Thank you Scotty’s!


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Mark Stratton wrote:

There is no table available in the 5-9 time slot (at least, not in the tables that the venue made available to me.) We only have three tables during that slot, two of them are already waitlisted, and the third is going to be full at 4 players.

Scotty’s needs to get with the program. They should realize that PFS comes before business during Gen Con.

:)


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Darksol the Painbringer wrote:

Expected April 2015?

I smell a preemptive April Fool's joke...

Actually, this is now in line of their original announcement, which was for a Spring release.

For whatever reason, when the product description was originaly put up, it stated August 2015.


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Oh, so you're the lucky one who has to deal with the continuous "When can we get an Ignore feature?!!" :)

Welcome to Paizo!


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Totenpfuhl wrote:
Akeela Valerian, the Wolf wrote:


Any idea if the gold would be some kind of out of tier average between the two, or full 10-11 gold if we played up? I guess it would depend on if there was a 4 player adjustment included of the 10-11 sub-tier for the level 9 group to play.

Thanks all!

It will be out of tier gold for 9th level characters. Same gold at 7-8 or 10-11.

Wouldn’t level 9s get the ‘Out-of-Subtier’ category for gold? Which would be halfway between 7-8 and 10-11?


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Erik,

Thanks for the info.

Is there any kind of hint you can give for that ‘mysterious’ mini? At least for what day it will be available?


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Ryan. Costello wrote:
Erik Mona announced 12 exclusive Pathfinder Minimates available at GenCon. They're going to be all over the con, and the city, so if Minimates are your thing, you are going to have a lot of leg work ahead of you. There would be one exclusive to Scotty's Brewery, another exclusive to another restaurant, one you would need to score a critical hit at the PFS treasure chest. He also went into a few details about the different exclusive Minimates: there will be a Razmiran priest, a Licktoad tribe goblin, and KonKrud, the sickly goblin that was a con exclusive last PaizoCon.

Ryan,

Can you link where Erik announced the 12 minimates and where all the locations of the promos will be at?

I looked at the original PFB blog post when he announced the Minimates, but it only says there will be 12 of them at GenCon and doesn't name them (except the first four being released in October).


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The Shemhazian Demon looks NICE! Looking forward to seeing that on my table in the future (and this comes from a player).

I do wish more was announced in the miniature line than just more of the Lost Coast minis, and the new Minimates (which aren’t really part of the PFB line).

I was hoping to see at least the next set after Lost Coast. Well, at least we should find out at GenCon.


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Everthefool wrote:

With the past pages of quotes, and the above, being said...

I'm now thinking what I need to do is gather up all of my ruined-faced Iconics and Rares to take photos of. That is, all of those with terrible paint, not necessarily ALL of my Iconic and Rare Humanoids.

I've been sighing and feeling let down set after set with those key minis and thinking... "5 foot rule, 5 foot rule". Is WizKids planning to replace the horrible paintjobs (wouldn't think so...)?

But, in all honesty I've been quiet for a long time on this subject and now feel like I shouldn't have been. Sorry if this is overly critical, Vic and company, but it's really been bugging me for a long time now.

As for WizKids replacement methodology (and the post for the poor guy waiting 4 months now for replacement!), I know Paizo and WK have to protect themselves from people taking advantage, but honestly, the WK replacement model is ridiculously costly, complicated, and inefficient.

The problem with this is ‘ruined faces’ or especially ‘terrible paint jobs’ is extremely subjective between consumer and manufacturer (i.e. WizKids).

With Feiya, it is already confirmed that her paint (sculpt?) job is unacceptable, and steps are being taken to resolve this.

But the question is on some of the other minis on what, if anything, would be done. I do agree there are some other minis (besides Feiya) that are not up to acceptable levels, and I am not even truly that picky. But when a face is a big blob (Queen Ileosa) or the eyes are painted on the cheeks/mouth on the chin (Queen Elvanna), that is not acceptable for me.

I think I have an idea what is going to happen with Feiya from what I have heard, but I don’t want to post anything as I don’t want to give inaccurate information (in case I am wrong) and I don’t want to post it ahead of Erik’s blog post. I do think everyone will be pleased with what is being done with Feiya (if I am correct), but I am certain I also don’t have the whole story, either. And I am also hoping Erik’s “encouraging discussions with WizKids” are some kind of assurances for future minis as well, and hopefully even resolutions for really bad paint jobs on other minis, besides Feiya.

But, I really want to see what Erik says in his blog post before I make any further criticisms.


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Well, if that’s what works best for you and what you find fun, then that’s all that matters. But many of us find playing post-20 (not including Mythic levels) fun as well.

I know our GM has told us that the campaign he has planned out, with what we have to do, will take us into the high 20s/30 character levels, as well as the 10 Mythic levels.


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brad2411 wrote:


In pathfinder as of right now there is no past level 20 play. There is Mythic for high powered play.

That's not exactly true, there is a small section in the CRB that has "Advancing Beyond 20th Level", and it basically gives rough rules on just that. How saving throws, BAB, spells and class abilities advance.


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The Unchained book sounds very interesting. It actually sounds like their version of a 'rules fix/update' on some of the needed areas. And I like hearing about not feeling 'chained' to 3.5 backwards compatibility as we fully play PF rules in our campaigns, anyways.


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Enlight_Bystand wrote:

The only one that was actually anounced at Paizocon last year was Legends (which was due October), Wrath (due in December at that point) wasn't announced until Gencon.

I was at PaizoCon 2013 and I could have sworn Wrath was announced as well. But the very least, I do remember Erik indicating there was another set being released a couple of months after Legends of Golarian (eventually was pushed to January) because I recall him showing several of the WotR miniatures, although he may not have announced the name of the set.

Either way, I was hoping to see the next set announced beyond Lost Coast.


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Drogon wrote:

Erik continued.

  • PF Battles - Lost Coast releases in November. Previews that have already been previewed were shown. Then, the Shemhazian was shown. So awesome! I screamed. Scared myself.
    [/list]
  • So no other Pathfinder Battles sets were announced besides Lost Coast?

    Last PaizoCon Erik announced around three PFB sets beyond what was already known. Granted, that may have been because many were being released by the end of 2013, but I would have hoped we would have heard of at least one more set beyond Lost Coast.

    Hopefully we'll hear something in GenCon.


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    Cthulhudrew wrote:
    Hobbun wrote:
    Any word on future Pathfinder Battles sets beyond Lost Coast?

    Don't see anything yet, but there are more mini-mates coming:

    "Mini mates figures including iconics and goblins. Parts interchangeable with other Mini Mates (batman?). Hmmm."

    Undecided yet on the mini-mates. They are intriguing at best for me right now. I guess I just don't see the practicality for them in my games. Yes, you can take them apart and mix and match, but that was things I did with my action figures as a kid. :)

    I'll take a look at them at GenCon. Erik said there will be four of them available.

    Drogon wrote:
    I was sitting right next to one of the screens. My wife took pictures of everything and I took notes. I plan on posting all of it. It'll take me a bit, but stuff is on the way. (-:

    Ok, thanks Drogon. :)


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    Any information on Pathfinder Battles beyond Lost Coast?


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    Any word on future Pathfinder Battles sets beyond Lost Coast?


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    Mark Stratton wrote:

    Hobbun:

    I can only speak to the gaming side of the equation (scenarios, slots, etc.) If there is to be any sort of promotional stuff like that, that announcement would have to come from Scotty's or from Paizo, I assume. I can't speak to any of that since that's not in my area of responsibility.

    Sorry I can't be more helpful in that regard (but the stuff that Paizo did last year was AMAZING!)

    Ok, thanks Mark.

    As I said above, I haven't been to Scotty's yet, but I did read last year about Paizo partnering with Scotty's and their menu changing, so was hoping to see that again this year.


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    Mark,

    Do you know if Scotty’s is going to go to the extent of changing their menu again this year with the Pathfinder theme?


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    James,

    No question (at least for now), but I just wanted to say congratulations on your diet milestone.

    I will say, when I saw recent pictures, and your name captioned below, I couldn't believe it. What did they do with James Jacobs?

    Once again, congratulations!


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    Mark,

    When was your first official workday at Paizo? And have you been hit with any big bombs in regards to projects that make you go "I will have no free time..."

    I assume it's pretty crazy with PaizoCon coming this weekend and then GenCon coming soon after.

    Oh, sorry, another question, but will you be at GenCon? :)


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    Mark Stratton wrote:

    You are most welcome!

    In the few years I have attended this event and played or GMed, it's been a GREAT time!!!

    We went to the Arsenal last year (it’s a shame what happened with it), but this will be my first year at Scotty’s.

    Looking forward to seeing what it is like.


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    Myself and two of my friends are signed up. And one of my friends is actually signed up for an 8 a.m. and 12:30 slot.

    Thanks Mark!


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    Erik’s just saying he will be at PaizoCon (pretty much all the staff will be), so he won’t be (remain) at the office.


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    graystone wrote:

    I take it you mean the cleric has a INT bonus of -1 and NOT an INT of -1. That'd make them LITERALLY dumber than a rock...

    He would actually be comatose, literally.

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