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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Modules Subscriber. 1,177 posts (1,363 including aliases). 33 reviews. No lists. 2 wishlists. 1 alias.


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The black raven wrote:
Fromper wrote:
And yeah, that cat does seem to be an animal companion these days, while the tiger is just a pet.

The cat stayed Small when it came time to advance then. No wonder a 1st-level commoner had zero chance against it.

That reminds me that there is still a smallish Lizard around unless I am mistaken ;-)

Mr. Scruffy (the cat) has been Belkar's Animal Companion since it joined the party.

The lizard is Bloodfeast The Extreme-inator, having been Baleful Polymorphed into a lizard. Interstingly, there have been two castings of Baleful Polymorph, both have resulted in a lizard.


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Aw c'mon, I like the goblin modules. These are really entertaining. Have you played one of them? I can tell you they are good and the goblin characters are actually very cool.
I don't play as monsters. I don't even play with groups whose PC's are evil aligned. I'll tolerant a friend playing a PC that's Lawful Neutral or even Chaotic Neutral but not evil aligned and certainly not evil aligned monsters. I only play with heroes or adventures with at least some decent morals.

My group is the same, we only play heroic characters, no Evil characters, no evil games. However, we made an exception to this one. Since it was goblins and they are supposed to be mischievous, we had a TON of conflict within the party, but it was all in good humor. Everyone laughed, even if they failed at a task. When battle was struck, they did work together (mostly).

We laughed more during that night of play than during any other night of play. For these modules, you just need to NOT take the game too seriously.


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Thanks for the replies. Looks like it will be a pass for me (even at the reduced price). I do like your psionics stuff and my children LOVE Wee Beasties!


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Orthos wrote:
Wrecan's shield looks like a giant button, especially in panel 3 where... I'm not really sure exactly what he's supposed to be doing with it there.

Yes, it does look like a giant button! Maybe he's looking over his shoulder in that panel?

Perhaps the person the character is based up used a button as a mini's shield (that's a REALLY good idea!) then carried that over into his GitP avatar?


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Andi and Captain Bandana don't seem to be getting along...


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986: Inn Doubt

Rich is cranking out the comics. The elven cleric is ditzy. There are no dumplings. It's very sad, how dumpling free this strip was. I want to see more dumplings in future strips.


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"Wait, did he just say, 'vampire?'"

I think that the gods of good are on to Hel's scheme (whatever it is) and are trying to counter it somehow without her knowledge. Sounds like all the good clerics are on the lookout for a Dwarf vampire.

Also, I'm betting that all the good clerics are meeting up at Durkon's old hometown. That would fit with the prophecies.

I'm probably wrong, but that's my guess for now.


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Ross Byers wrote:

Will Tor be able to make the Paizo-published Tales novels available on Kindle? What about the Journals and Webfiction?

I don't own a Kindle, but it would be nice for that segment of the market to have the same availability as the iBookstore.

Still workin' on those parts—stay tuned. :)

I'm sure you don't need me to ask this, but please send an update out to us (and/or post it here) once you get all the fiddly details about what digital formats are available and where they are available.

I prefer the non-DRM ePub format myself, though I was just starting to try out the pdf format.

And thank you for working to be as tranparent as possible as things develop.


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Nicos wrote:
If it is 90% as good as dungeon dressing then it is a 5 star book.

I'm pretty much in agreement with this statement, though I reserve judgment until I actually finish reading the book.

I'll be downloading it tonight and start reading like crazy. Looks like my Pathfinder Tales reading is going to drop off for a month. ;)


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Whump whump whump whump whump whump whump.

Heh. I think that Bozzok is going to be little more than a stain when Crystal-Golem is finished with him.

I'm glad that the Bozzok loose end got tied up.


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I got my review up late last night. Marc Radle, let us know what you think of the print copies of the book.

I'll be honest, reading this book with intent to review was difficult (mainly due to the length of the book). I would lay in bed reading it on the iPad and my eyes would start drooping after 4 or 5 tables. Not because they are boring, but it's just hard to stay focused on such a random assortment of information when I just finished a full workday and an afternoon of engaging with my kids.

It is definitely the sort of book that, if I had a physical copy, I would be flipping through it about once a week just looking for fun ideas to get my brain working!


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137ben wrote:
From what's in the actual comics and books, though, Haley's mom was a human from Greysky City, who died a long time ago from unspecified causes (AFB, but I don't remember anything about her death in OtOOtPCs).

And by "unspecified causes" you mean an arrow with purple fletchings.


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I always look at them first. Though they contain spoilers, they are generally so minor that they lead to moments of, "Oh, so THAT'S what it meant by The Walking Man." I have not felt like looking at the map ruined the book for me.


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Duiker wrote:

Thank you very much for the quick replies, I'd almost ordered the backordered bundle here, which would have made for quite an expensive PDF!

Adventureaweek: you should find that you only have 3 books left now. Looking forward to running this.

You won't be sorry that you bought one of the last ones. These are QUALITY books!


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NO!! You have me desiring to obtain another Pett written product! The last one of those that I bought came with... something... tentacles... beaks... eyes... mouths...

Ever since it came, something is still creeping around in my attic leaving tentacle slime on the rafters.

On the positive side, our mouse problem is gone.

On the negative side, I had to build wire mesh cages around all the beds and install nightime buckets for the kids in them. Also, I have a pending lawsuit from an extermination firm. They want me to return the exterminator that they sent, but all I was able to find to send was the skeleton.


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As soon as it updates to show the print versions, I'm buying this! I have children. My oldest and I enjoy painting minis and looking through Bestiaries together. It looks like this book will help bring the younger ones into the fold as well!


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Backed! I can't Argue with $15 to get tons of new bloodlines AND help out a small publisher.

It also helps that you have been very public with the fact that the book is pretty much written, so there's not going to be LONG delays in fulfillment.


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Laurefindel wrote:
Kthulhu wrote:
Ever read the Dark Horse comics? This is exactly the way they went. They killed off Ripley instead of Hicks & Newt (although Ripley later turned out to be alive after all). And some of those stories were not only better than Alien 3 and Resurrection, they were better than Aliens as well.

!

Ok, you got me interested.

To the comic-book store!

Look for the trade paperbacks. They should still be around. You'll be looking for Volume 1. The first 3 story arcs (Outbreak, Nightmare Asylum and The Female War) follow Newt and Hicks' further adventures. Note that for the Trade paperbacks the characters names were changed to Billie and Wilks (to keep everything consistent with the canon of Alien 3).

You could also go to a used bookstore and look for the Novels of (nearly) the same names (Earth Hive, Nightmare Asylum and The Female War) by Steve Perry. They are not great works of fiction, but they are okay. They are essentially novelizations of the Dark Horse Comics stories.


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James Sutter wrote:
2) At the moment, we're not sure whether we'll continue to be able to give out free electronic copies with physical copy subscriptions—it's possible that people may have to buy one or the other. On the plus side, we *will* be offering a big 30% discount to make sure that the books remain roughly the same price folks are used to.

If the included digital copy goes away, I would be very sad. I don't think I'd be sad enough to stop my subscription, but I would be sad. I tend to read the digital and physical copy concurrently. During lunch, I'll read the book on my iPad. At night before bed, I pull out the physical copy and read it by red filtered flashlight (so as not to bother my sleeping wife).

I'll continue to follow this, and I know Paizo will do a great job keeping us informed of what decisions they make and why. It's one of the things you do well as a company! :)


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Chris A Jackson wrote:

I'm very excited about this deal, primarily because it will increase distribution. The Kindle availability is huge. The format change allows more detailed artwork on the cover, and perhaps some larger format maps and/or schematics inside.

Frankly, I'm shocked at the discount for subscribers and even non-subscribers who buy from the Paizo site. That shows you all how much Paizo loves you. Really.

Can't wait for December... cough *more pirates...* cough...

*cough, cough, cough*

*washes coffee off screen*

That's exciting news!


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I think Crystal got SMARTER when she was turned into a variant flesh golem.


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Forest? What forest? All I see are a bunch of trees...


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DungeonmasterCal wrote:

The rotten part is we barely get to play once a month, and sometimes not even that. It may be the end of February before we reconvene, and already the couple I mentioned won't be available. Which sucks, because the adventure tonight was "Part Two" of the one we ran two weeks ago and the continuity party of my brain is twitching because they can't make it.

whine whine whine.

I hear you on that. I am in two games that are monthly and we are generally working to schedule 2 months in advance because otherwise they don't happen. Thankfully, we almost always play on my National Guard Drill weekends (since I'm already in the area), so that helps to keep us somewhat consistent in meeting for that game.


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I was just glad to get an update. I'd prefer more frequent updates, even ife it was just a once a month, "Still working" update. There are two Kickstarters (other than this one) that I supported over a year ago that have not fulfilled yet. However, I still get a monthly poke from them that progress IS being made and I will eventually get my books. That's enough to keep me happy and interested.


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Blit wrote:
"But no matter how helpful I was, no matter how long I lived in a place, I was never a part of the place. Nobody trusts the hellspawn. Something bad happens—crop fails, some gaffer bites it, a member of the city guard gets killed—guess who gets blamed? Doesn't matter that I saved their skins a hundred times, oh no! It's a worldview thing, see? Once you dehumanize someone, they become the source of every bad thing. Doesn't matter what you do, it's what you are, and eventually they always turn on you."

This is the most important paragraph in this story.

I am really enjoying this tale!


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I finished reading this book this morning. For no reason, I woke up at 3:30AM. I got children back into bed that ALSO woke up at 3:30AM for no particular reason. When I couldn't get back to sleep, I read until the book was done 2 minutes before my alarm went off.

This book was very good. I will work on getting a review written and posted tonight. Well done, Mr. Chris Jackson. Well done.


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Web Fiction is back! Yay!

Enjoying this so far. I'm very interested to hear more of what Blit looks like.


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Saffron is my favorite character in this book so far. Not because Saffron is a cat, but because Saffron is so well written as a cat!

Also, it's really nice to see a Wizard interacting with her familiar!


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A few thoughts:
The Clever Endeavor reminds me of the Mos Eisley Cantina.

There are two "Faithful Servants" in this story: Salim and Connell. One unwillingly serves a (presumably) deserving mistress. The other willingly serves an undeserving master. I can see why Ceyanan wanted them to work together.

Connell is deliberately made likeable. He is compared to a puppy. Who doesn't like puppies? He obviously cares deeply about his master. Can eidolons love? The title of Chapter 4: The Greatest Gift, puts in mind John 15:6 - "There is no greater love than to lay down one's life for one's friends.NLT" I would say, yes, in James Sutter's view, an eidolon is capable of love. This is further supported by the two outsiders in the Clever Endeavor who are engaged in a relationship that is somewhere on the spectrum of lust to love.

Salim is initially made somewhat unlikeable. He is violent, gruff and rather unsympathetic. He gets somewhat more likeable over the course of the story.

I'm going to attempt to read Death's Heretic with a very critical eye on Salim. When I read the book the first time, I liked the character. However, he is a VERY bitter man. I generally find that bitter people are unpleasant to be around because the bitterness that fills them tends to spew out as they interact with others. Case in point: Salim's comment about Percinov's mother. He theorizes that she is dead. He confirms this hypothesis in a way that is very emotionally painful for Father Adibold. We don't notice it right away because we tend to want to like the main character in the story (especially if the story is from their POV) and because Father Adibold is portrayed as a rather unlikeable person.

I am theorizing that Salim is an unreliable narrator (I know that Varian and Radovan are unreliable because Dave Gross has said as much). Let's see how my theory holds up to scrutiny.


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Hey folks! It is currently both Hannukah and Christmas-time. Now is the time to pick this up if you haven't already. Now is the time to throw one of these beasts into your game. I know I will!


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I'm guessing that's a typo in Inner Sea Gods.

Per the Actions in Combat table. Drinking a potion is a Standard Action that provokes an Attack of Opportunity.


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Marc Radle wrote:

Which happened first? Did they immediately charge the demon so you asked for initiative rolls OR did you ask for initiative rolls as soon as the demon appeared so they charged it?

I think this point is critical

I think Marc Radle asks a VERY good question.

I am currently running a game with Non-Combat Initiative. I am running a group through The Haunting of Harrowstone and from the time they walked up to the front of the Prison, I have had them in initiative. It has slowed the game down a bit (I do break initiative if they are going to make a big move through cleared areas of the dungeon), but it was the only way that I could see to make the Haunts work in a way that was actually creepy and effective.

Otherwise the game worked this way:
Rogue: "I walk carefully into the room, checking for tracks.
GM: "Roll initiative."
*Rolls*
Everyone: "I delay for the cleric"
Cleric: "I walk in and channel energy."
*Haunt ends*

It has worked. My group has been creeped out more than once.

Once we are out of the haunted prison, we'll be back to "Initiative means we are about to FIGHT!"


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Sorry I dropped out of discussion on this one. Holidays and life happened! ;)

I place my vote on Death's Heretic over The Wizard's Mask. However, given that our last novel ended with a lot of involvement with the Broken Men, that makes for a good segue into reading The Worldwound Gambit. We could see what breaks the broken men!

Here are my votes in order of preference:
1: The Worldwound Gambit
2: Pirates Honor (because Pirate's Promise is out now)
3: Liar's Blade
4: Death's Heretic

But I'll re-read anything. Maybe I'll enjoy The Wizard's Mask more if I'm discussing it with others...


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Wow! Mine just showed up! Thanks! I'll give these a read over the next couple days. Classes are short enough that I can read one in one sitting after the kids go to bed but before I go to sleep. I got a bundle of casters. :)


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Darkborn wrote:

Good afternoon! I have a few topics I would like to discuss:

#1) The Wolfmane Barbarians: Interaction with the Vishovs, specifically the situation with Selka and Lekar.

#2) The goblin attack on Silverlake: Jarrad's spellcasting, the death of Sunnock, and Tyressa defeating the ogrekin.

#3) Kiiryth: His allegiances and motives, giving the spellbook to Jarrad, then training him to fight.

Great book so far! But I sense something really bad is about to happen...

I'm not quite sure what to think of the Wolfmane Barbarians yet. Tyressa has certainly got them pegged. She is able to use their own pride against them to turn defeat into victory.

Regarding Sunno k, I'm not that impressed. One selfless deed does not a lifetime of selfishness, unmake. Had he survived, I think that he would have turned the respect he earned into something to hurt Silverlake.
I'm more surprised at Creelisk's change of heart. He wanted nothing more than for Silverlake to fail, but now he's doing all he can to help it succeed.


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Erk! I'll get back to reading. Life caught up with me and I haven't got past chapter 10 on the second read! o_O

Regarding the fey: They are not so much rectal orfices as they are different from us. They are creatures of the First World, and as such they are wild, unpredictable, and follow a unique set of morals. In Occult Mysteries, they mention some stuff about the Gnomes in the First World.

Stuff:
Gnomes are pranksters. Sometimes this is fatal to the other gnomes that they play pranks on. That's okay, because in the First World, they don't stay dead. They come back. Because it's the First World and it doesn't work like our world. The Gnomes that live on the Material Plane lost that immortality and stay dead.

So for the Fey, locking someone in a cage for a few hours and humiliating them is all in good fun. They don't really have consequences for their actions. If they played a prank and a human died and did not get back up, they would be like my two-year-old who wonders why they caterpiller she picked up (Squish!) doesn't move any more, or like Number 5 in Short Circuit who asks Stephanie to reassemble the grasshopper that he accidently squished.

As far as the Sprites' treatment of Jarrad, I think of them as a little brother (like I was many many moons ago) who show their love for an older sibling by playing jokes on them and generally trying to annoy them. Yes, Jarrad ended up thigh-deep in a Sprite Bog, but Nelsa (who IS awesome) points out that they are showing him where to find Sprite Bogs so he can use the mud to cure Poison Ivy, I mean, Fireweed!

Also, think of the Nixies who are basically GIVING Silverlake a constant supply of firewood.

What I'm interested to see is if/how Jarrad grows as a Wizard and how Serrana grows as a result of seeing her mother's interaction with Pine Callum. I don't think that Pine Callum is gone for good (for the record, my recollection of this story from my first read is pretty hazy).


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Thanks! That's some awesome Wallpaper!!


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When I'm reading a book, I always take a subscription card out of a magazine, cut it in half and use one half for a bookmark. It does a fine job marking my place!

I get where you are going, though. It is nice to have a nice bookmark sometimes.


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I jumped into the middle of a Shackled City Campaign. We got to level 16 retired the campaign, rolled up new characters and played Red Hand of Doom. I don't remember what adventure we played to get into Red Hand of Doom, though.


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Asgetrion wrote:
Jessica Price wrote:

As it turned out, Sara Marie and Bulmahn combined their powers and managed to summon an empty plane from Chicago to Indy to fetch us.

I'm not actually making this up. The flight attendant was like, "Wow, we were scheduled to go somewhere else, but we got the plane unloaded and they told us to take the empty plane to Indianapolis."

Do not mess with Dire Care Bears or Bull Men.

Yes, Buhlman's prayers to Lord Asmodeus were answered, and no wonder; he sacrificed three stuffed bears (that he stole from passing children), two large bags of candy (likewise) and a full set of Schneider's favorite childhood pajamas! To augment the effects of this unholy summoning ritual, Buhlman conducted it in the ladies' room, claiming to be "a bear-hating bearded lady from Sweden".

I swear, this is how it happened.

It's funny, but something similar to this happened in Clinton J. Boomer's book, The Hole Behind Midnight. Really good book! But not for little kids. The language and content are at the NC-17 end of R.


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I will certainly take a look at it on Friday Morning...


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Hey folks this kickstarter is funded and nearly over, but there's still time to support it!

-The reviews for the adventure are great
-The printer that AAW used for Rise of the Drow hardcover is the same one that Paizo uses for their hardcovers. All that Paizo hardcover quality will be in this book!
-If you want to pick up a copy of Rise of the Drow, you can get it as a kickstarter supporter for $35 instead of the $41.99 retail price. If you are thinking that you want to run a Drow themed campaign at some point, you want to pick up Rise of the Drow!
-The add ons are a lot of fun, if you want add ons!

-Most of all: There are lots of big stretch goals planned that I want, but I can't fund the project enough on my own to get to them, so I need your help to get the stuff I want.

Was that last one selfish? I think it was. Maybe I should delete that last point? Too late, I already hit submit.


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Sounds fun! Adding to my wish list for a rainy day when I've got a little extra cash burning a hole in my pocket.


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Odd. The website ate my post.

I voted


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Wow. I need to make my sarcasm clearer.

[sarcasm]Wow, That's a tad... inappropriate![/sarcasm]

Clearer?

[sarcasm]The internet clearly needs to invent a "sarcasm" emoticon just for people like me.[/sarcasm]


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Vic Wertz wrote:

We're going to do a very special foldout cover.

Unlike other foldouts, it won't give you two extra full pages—it'll just extend the width of the spine by an eighth of an inch so that we can fit "100" on it.

I heard from a reliable source** that starting with AP 100, they are going to increase the page count so that they can fit the third digit on the spine. This will be the new model for AP's going forward.

**:
A Glabrezu


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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Itchy wrote:
Wow, that's... a tad inappropriate!
but.. but... people didn't have stories with SEX Back then!!!

Wait a minute...

O_O:
Not only were there not stories with sex back then, people didn't have sex back then. Sex was invented for the movies in the 20th century. I thought that was common knowledge!

Are you trying to imply that Freya had to engage in carnal relations with the dwarves for that necklace? I thought she just had to lie next to each of them for a night. You all are reading too much into the stories.


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Wow, that's... a tad inappropriate!


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Joseph Wilson wrote:

I'm conflicted on it. The new version is more eye-catching, but is also more generic. Whereas, the older style is not as "in-your-face," but it is undeniable LEGENDARY GAMES.

So, while I do like the new version for the broad-appeal aesthetic of it, I think I actually prefer the older version for its unique "brand" quality.

I'm going to echo Joseph Wilson's opinion here. I like seeing the full artwork, but the older version screams "THIS IS A LEGENDARY GAMES PRODUCT!" My vote is to keep the older version of the cover.

As far as seeing the full artwork, Paizo puts the full cover art on the inside back cover in the Campaign Setting line. If you REALLY want to show off the art in an undiluted fashion, you can take a page out of Paizo's books and display that cover art on the inside back cover. Well, not literally.

Digression:
I guess you could literally take the back page out of your Paizo Campaign Setting books, but then the books would be torn. Or are you proposing that you tear the back covers off of the Campaign Setting books in game stores? I think that the store owners would take umbrage at that activity. Ignoring for a moment, the logistics of getting enough torn pages to insert into your products and actually getting those pages glued into your products, you would have to jump through a bunch of hoops to use Paizo's artwork, and why would you use Paizo's artwork anyway? Legendary games gets great original artwork for their products.

I can't believe that Jason Nelson and the rest of the Legendary Games crew is seriously considering stealing artwork like that. I'm ashamed of you!

;)


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Aaron Bitman wrote:

Thanks, TarSpartan. I had been wondering what was supposed to be so funny about "Pancreas". Now I know.

(Don't get me wrong. I've enjoyed many Weird Al-bums. But "Pancreas" left me scratching my head.)

Al stated on his FAQ that he thinks the funniest body part is the Pancreas. Yes, "Pancreas" is about the function of the pancreas. It is also one of the best songs on the album.

My favorite line from the song is, "My pancreas attracts every other pancreas in the universe with a force proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the distance between them."

Physics!:
The force of Gravity= the Universal Gravitational constant* the product of the masses of the two objects/ the square of the distance between them.

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