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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber. 972 posts (1,158 including aliases). 29 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 alias.


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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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Congratulations! I agree, these are beautiful books. Sometimes I pull them out just to flip through and enjoy the artwork!


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Let's get those stretch goals! I want those music files! And all the other stuff! Spells! Illustrations! Color! Stories! My name written in the sky! Dice! Games! Screens! Coffee!

Okay, so some of those probably aren't strech goals. I can dream, though! Some of them are, stretch goals, though, and I look forward to seeing us meet them!


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I also am eagerly anticipating this novel in my grubby little hands.

O_o

*Washes hands*

I also am eagerly anticipating this novel in my clean little hands.


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After rereading Fingers of Death-No, Doom!, I think that it would be a lot of fun to have a Darvin and Fife Novel by Lucien Soulban. Dagger of Trust showed that you can have some silliness in a Pathfinder Tales novel and still have it be good. I think that following Darvin and Fife on a 300 - 400 page romp would be a lot of fun!


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Here's the prophecy itself:
331: For the Future
Here's Durkon's reaction to it:
333: The Bright Side


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Here's another film:

"Funny how they always want to be friends after they rip your guts out."


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Apologies for any repeats from me. I have not taken the time to read the whole thread!

1: "Don't ask me. I mostly just hurt people!"

2: "Happy Halloween ladies! Nuns. No sense of humor."

3: "I guess she don't like the cornbread neither."


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I think that he's going to be able to talk his way out of this one. It'll take some pretty amazing bluff checks, but I think Durkula will make it.


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Huh. I've been rereading the old OOTS comics. I just got to 659: Flight of the Phylactery and I only just noticed that Blackwing's eyes are purple in the last few panels. Just like Laurin's eyes do in 945: Jumbled Up.

Interesting.


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SeeleyOne wrote:
So, to resurrect an old thread, it really does not matter which book that you start? But the exception is books by Dave Gross, where I want to start at the beginning? Is there a list so I know what order they are in? I guess I could just look at the Pathfinder Tales novel page and put it in "Oldest first" order.

It really doesn't matter where you start. You can start with any book, even one of the ones in a "series" out of order and you'll be fine. Essentially, the authors are directed not to change the "big stuff" of Golarion. At this time, Paizo doesn't want to have a Forgotten Realms or Star Wars EU situation where a new reader gets lost starting in the middle or feels required to pick up all the previous books in the line so that they have a clue about what is going on.

If you REALLY feel the need to read things in order, here is an Unofficial Pathfinder Tales Chronology that I have been attempting to maintain here on the boards.

I have been stalled on maintaining the Pathfinder Wiki Chronology, but I'm planning to start getting more up there again soon.

Regarding your second question: They are novels, not novelizations of a gaming group's campaign. I have been loaning them out to friends at work, not to introduce them to gaming, but to give them a chance to enjoy a good swords and sorcery story. When I started rereading the Dragonlance Chonicles this spring, I decided that the majority of the Pathfinder Tales are better written stories than the DL Chronicles. I have not read Forgotten Realms, so I can not speak to them.


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951: Helping Hand

Clear the hold. I'm not sure that's the most survivable duty to be assigned. Dukon was down in the hold for a long time, I wonder if Nameless Cloak and Goatee is going to find something that Durkon doesn't want seen...


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950: Spell it Out

Linked for all to get there faster.

Bloodfeast is taking advantage of the natural warmth provided by a sleeping cat.

I did like the bumper sticker. I'm still getting used to the new art upgrade...


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After the GREAT response I got to running some of the AP plug-in adventures, and just how absolutely gorgeous the Gothic Campaign Compendium I got from that Kickstarter is; I wanted to support this one. Someday I want to run a Mythic Campaign and these would be a great assett to that, but I can't get it in the budget.

So, I supported at the $5 level. I may be able to increase to get a PDF towards the end. But I hope that support for this Kickstarter goes through the roof!


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DeathQuaker wrote:
For example, Crypt of the Everflame is older now, but it's still a GREAT introductory Pathfinder adventure, but a GM who picked it up would not be able to get the useful dungeon map that accompanies it, and the new dungeon maps and map packs are cool but can't recreate that specific dungeon. So then this hypothetical new GM has more work cut out for him just because he didn't come on board at the right time when the Everflame dungeon map was still available. It's kind of a shame.

This is the very reason that I picked up a "scratch 'n dent" copy of this flip mat during the 12th man sale. This is the module that I run to introduce players to Pathfinder (especially if they have played 3.5 D&D). I wanted to be sure I don't have to draw out the map again!

I would probably be interested in themed bundles as well, depending upon my budget.


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I enjoyed this story quite a bit. I'm looking forward to reading Skinwalkers even more now.

Jendara is one awesome mom.


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DLandonCole wrote:

Big thumbs up. This is going to be really useful.

You know, it would be fun to see these as pawns, too... Never satisfied, are we?

Fortunately for you, you can have your cake and eat it too for one low price and a little work!

Here is how to make pawns from paper minis.


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I just finished running this adventure last night. My players had a LOT of fun, and were running very low on resources by the end of it.

spoilers!:
They ended up succeeding on a Disarm combat manueuver to take the fiddle away. Before she could fight back to take the fiddle back, the party fighter and monk dropped her to negative HP.

At the end of the night, everyone was grinning about how much fun they had over the last 2 sessions. When I mentioned that this segment had been a 3PP plug-in, they were surprised. "Wait, that WASN'T part of the AP as published? How far through the first book ARE we?"

I'm working on getting a review written...


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Lots of fun so far, but who is Al? Is he one of the blackravens? :p

Winter Wolves wrote:
Irlu swung up onto her saddle. She looked unhappy. "Looks like we caught up with it after al."

Seriously, though, I may pause in the book that I'm reading to read Skinwalkers. This fiction and the sample chapter have been that much fun.


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I really like these animal minis! Today I was talking about Pathfinder with my 4 year old and he said (in that 4-year-old, matter-of-fact way) that I need to tell "the people who make the minis that they should make a Snowy Owl and send one to you."

I told him that I would certainly tell them. :) So, Eric Mona, you now have an advance order for a Snowy Owl miniature from a future Pathfinder player!

This winter New England has seen an influx of Snowy Owls. They are currently my son's favorite bird.


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Lord Fyre wrote:
Anyone know of some good novels set in a arabian like setting?

For Arabian Fantasy, you could check out the Dabir and Asim books by Howard Andrew Jones:

-The Desert of Souls
-The Bones of the Old Ones
-The Waters of Eternity


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David M Mallon wrote:
Just let it go.

Mostly, I agree with David M Mallon, but I think that more communication would bring about a better resolution.

It wouldn't hurt to communicate to him that you view his actions as a violation of your person. You are offended by his actions in this "incident." You can let him know that his actions were essentially rape, however, you are offering fogiveness and a handshake promise that he won't do this again even as a prank/dare.

I think that could go a long way further to teach him about appropriate interpersonal conduct than legal action ever could.

That's my opinion, for what it's worth.


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Thank you, Wendy for your insight about how you found this character and wrote the story. It's always nice to get a peek "behind the curtain" at how things you enjoy get done. At least, it's nice when it's interesting! ;)

I am one of those who are eagerly anticipating the arrival of this novel in My Downloads page so that I can start reading it.

Is it out now?

Now?

How about now?

What? MARCH!!! oh, well. I'll consider it my birthday present to myself.

PS: I'm also looking forward to getting the rewards from the Women Destroy Science Fiction Kickstarter.


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Drejk wrote:
Uh... I haven't thought about that possibility...

Ah. Okay. Thanks for that back research Trace Coburn. Looks like Roy is talking about his dad, but Roy feels guilty that he didn't try harder to stop his dad.


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944: All of the Above, Actually

Holy... Wait...

Is that why he went to Fighter college to be a Fighter instead of learning to be a Wizard? Because he had an experiment go wrong and kill his little brother?

*Mind explode*

It makes sense. Roy has a high Intelligence. He probably would have made a good Wizard.

Wow.


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Owen K. C. Stephens wrote:


Can you give us some guidance on what you are looking for, and what similarities you want?
For example:
Do you like the Time Thief and want more classes with similar mechanics (in which case, see Endzeitgeist's post above)?
Do you dislike the time thief, and want a different chronomancer class?
Do you like the time thief, but still want more chronomancy options?
Do you like the time thief, and just want more 3pp classes that do something totally different than any Paizo class?

Consider your answers carefully. When Owen K.C. Stephens asks questions like this, it means that he may spend some time coming up with something new based on your feedback.

He is very interested in finding out what players want and writing that material. And in a very balanced way, too!

I very badly want to play a Time Thief, and will someday.


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I'd like to see a book with Goblins in it. I don't mind if they are not in it for long, as long as they are in it. I really enjoyed most of the Goblins comics. I think they would be fun to see in prose too!

It would be fun to see some more minotaurs. I'm aware that there was a minotaur crew member on the Stargazer, but it might be fun to see one play a more major role in a story.

More fey! I like the fey, I'd like to see more of them!

-Aaron


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Update: 01/14/2014 Added new web fiction, newest novels, added AP fiction that should have been on the list for a long time now.

"The Past"
A Lesson in Taxonomy WF [between 4643-4662 AR, approximately 60 years before Hell's Pawns]
The Walkers From The Crypt WF [approximately 20 or more years before Plague of Shadows]
Noble Sacrifice WF [between 4697-4701 AR, approximately 10-15 years before "The Present"]

"The Present" (stories more or less happen concurrently, except "sequels")
Dave Gross:
-The Fencing Master WF > Hell's Pawns AP > The Lost Pathfinder WF > Prince of Wolves N > A Lesson in Taxonomy WF > A Passage to Absalom WF > Husks Jade Regent AP > Master of Devils N > Killing Time WF > Queen of Thorns N > ** > King of Chaos N

**:
Certainty WF and The Worldwound Gambit fit here. I am uncertain how much earlier Certainty takes place. The Worldwound Gambit is 2 years prior to King of Chaos.

Howard Andrew Jones:
-The Walkers From The Crypt WF > Plague of Shadows N > Bells for the Dead WF > Stalking the Beast N

Elaine Cunningham:
-The Illusionist WF > The Winter Witch N

Robin D. Laws:
-The Worldwound Gambit N > The Ironroot Deception WF > In the Event of My Untimely Demise WF > Blood of the City N > Sweet Ichor Wrath of the Rightous AP
-The Treasure of Far Thallai Skull and Shackles AP

Kevin Andrew Murphy:
-The Secret of the Rose and Glove WF > The Perfumer's Apprentice WF > Thieves’ Vinegar WF > The Bonedust Dolls Reign of Winter AP

James Sutter:
-Faithful Servants WF > Death's Heretic N > The Redemption Engine N (April 2014)

Hugh Matthews:
-Krunzle the Quick WF > Song of the Serpent N

Tim Pratt:
-A Tomb of Winter's Plunder WF > Bastard, Sword WF > City of the Fallen Sky N > Liar's Blade N

Liane Merciel:
-Misery's Mirror WF > Nightglass N

Bill Ward:
-The Box WF > Light of a Distant Star Shattered Star AP

Richard Lee Byers:
-In Red Rune Canyon WF > Called to Darkness N

Chris A. Jackson:
-Stargazer WF > Pirates Honor N

Ed Greenwood:
-A Matter of Knives WF > The Wizard’s Mask N

Chris Willrich:
-The Cloak of Belonging WF > The Dagger of Trust N

Wendy N. Wagner:
-Mother Bears WF > Skinwalkers N (February 2014)

Michael A. Stackpole:
-WF placeholder WF > The Crusader Road N (June 2014)

Note:You will not lose anything by reading any of these out of order. All of the Pathfinder Tales are written in such a way that a later story will not spoil a more recent story. I just put things in order because I enjoy reading them in order. Where stories are not connected, I have endeavored to place then in the order that they were published.

I have not included any stories that do not have a connection to other stories (such as Robin Laws' Plague of Light, Elaine Cunningham's Dark Tapestry or Prodigal Sons.

To assist the reader, I am adding some notation after each story.
N = Pathfinder Tales Novel
WF = Web Fiction
AP = Adventure Path Fiction

-Aaron


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Orthos wrote:

That's very unfortunate, as the 3rd-party market has VASTLY improved in the years since Pathfinder's inception, yet the mindset of "3PP=Bad/Broken/Poorly made" still persists.

Perhaps you should introduce your group to Endzeitgeist.

That's a good idea. I'll try that!

Hidden to avoid further derailing the discussion of a wonderful product:
I've tried explaining that much of the 3PP stuff is
a) written by the same freelancers who write for Paizo's Hardback rules line
b) at least as balanced as Paizo's books, because of the above (and in the opinions of some, more balanced than some of Paizo's stuff)
c) currently IN THE GAME WE ARE PLAYING (I'm using Legendary Games' Carrion Crown AP plug-in's)

One of the things I'm strongly considering is rewriting some of the NPC's for the adventure to use some 3PP classes. At least that way, I can have some fun playing with them and looking through the options from a character creation standpoint.

-Aaron


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I also, am looking forward to reading this one. I remember how Mother Bears tugged at my parental heartstrings. I was excited to hear that Wendy Wagner was going to be writing a book with her characters, soon it shall be a reality in my iPad!

-Aaron


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Alex Martin wrote:
FYI - I think Rich has mentioned doing a solo Scoundrel story as part of the Kickstarter package he did last year.

Affirmative. The promised PDF's for backers are:

-O-Chul backstory
-Belkar backstory (delivered)
-Therkla backstory
-CPPD backstory
-Julio Scoundrel backstory
-Dim Sun story
-Sir Francois (back?)story
-Haleo & Julelan story (delivered)

Rich has been plugging away. He also has completed two of the four "Monster for Every Season" paper mini sets. They are awesome!

Back on topic:
I agree. The whole point of Elan's plan is to defeat Tarquin by showing that:
a: Story Tropes are not always how the world works.
b: It's not all about Tarquin, he's a backstory bit in a larger story.

Also, I fully expect Rich to surprise me once again and get me Giggling along the way.

-Aaron


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Belkar has changed. Early in the comic he cared only about killing things. Now he cares for animals. Well... some animals anyway.

-Aaron


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Lord Fyre wrote:
Could go any number of ways. We have recently been shown the folly of trying to predict where Burlew is taking the plot.

Too true. However, I still enjoy making guesses. :) Just call me "Often-Wrong Soong."

-Aaron


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Update: Added author names to each set. Added newer web fiction.

"The Past"
A Lesson in Taxonomy WF [between 4643-4662 AR, approximately 60 years before Hell's Pawns]
The Walkers From The Crypt WF [approximately 20 or more years before Plague of Shadows]
Noble Sacrifice WF [between 4697-4701 AR, approximately 10-15 years before "The Present"]

"The Present" (stories more or less happen concurrently, except "sequels")
Dave Gross:
-The Fencing Master WF > Hell's Pawns AP > The Lost Pathfinder WF > Prince of Wolves N > A Lesson in Taxonomy WF > A Passage to Absalom WF > Husks Jade Regent AP > Master of Devils N > Killing Time WF > Queen of Thorns N > ** > King of Chaos N

**:
Certainty WF and The Worldwound Gambit fit here. I am uncertain how much earlier Certainty takes place. The Worldwound Gambit is 2 years prior to King of Chaos.

Howard Andrew Jones:
-The Walkers From The Crypt WF > Plague of Shadows N > Bells for the Dead WF > Stalking the Beast N

Elaine Cunningham:
-The Illusionist WF > The Winter Witch N

Robin D. Laws:
-The Worldwound Gambit N > The Ironroot Deception WF > In the Event of My Untimely Demise WF > Blood of the City N

Kevin Andrew Murphy:
-The Secret of the Rose and Glove WF > The Perfumer's Apprentice WF > Thieves Vinegar WF

James Sutter:
-Faithful Servants WF > Death's Heretic N > The Redemption Engine N (April 2014)

Hugh Matthews:
-Krunzle the Quick WF > Song of the Serpent N

Tim Pratt:
-A Tomb of Winter's Plunder WF > Bastard, Sword WF > City of the Fallen Sky N > Liar's Blade N

Liane Merciel:
-Misery's Mirror WF > Nightglass N

Bill Ward:
-The Box WF > Light of a Distant Star Shattered Star AP

Richard Lee Byers:
-In Red Rune Canyon WF > Called to Darkness N

Chris A. Jackson:
-Stargazer WF > Pirates Honor N

Ed Greenwood:
-A Matter of Knives WF > The Wizard’s Mask N

Wendy N. Wagner:
-Mother Bears WF > Skinwalkers N (February 2014)

Note:You will not lose anything by reading any of these out of order. All of the Pathfinder Tales are written in such a way that a later story will not spoil a more recent story. I just put things in order because I enjoy reading them in order. Where stories are not connected, I have endeavored to place then in the order that they were published.

I have not included any stories that do not have a connection to other stories (such as Robin Laws' Plague of Light, Elaine Cunningham's Dark Tapestry or Prodigal Sons.

To assist the reader, I am adding some notation after each story.
N = Pathfinder Tales Novel
WF = Web Fiction
AP = Adventure Path Fiction

-Aaron


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I really like the swarm of rats below the panels at the bottom of each. That's a really nice touch!

-Aaron


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Sebastian wrote:

Belkar is surpised he just bought it; Durkon is surprised he's unaffected!

(Though I suppose we will know for sure in an unknowable amount of time)

This is my thought as well, though I hope Belkar is not dead yet.

-Aaron


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
I'm guessing that Jacinda may have levels in Assassin.

I think that is a strong possibility.

baron arem heshvaun wrote:

I believe the last member of Tarquin's group is also human.

Also Malack is called a Serpentfolk but has no apparent legs.

I forgot about the last member! He's also some sort of fighter type, isn't he?

Malack not having legs makes his conversation with V about a higher hemline more interesting. He's hiding the fact that he has no legs by having the longer hemline, but his excuse is that it doesn't work as well without the rope belt.

-Aaron


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Drejk wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

I agree, Drejk.

Musings:
I don't see Sabine and the Order of the Stick ever being really friends, but I can definitely see them working together in the short term to bring Tarquin down.

I don't know that they will be able to convince her to fight Xykon and Redcloak, but she will certainly be willing to help find Haley's father and bring Tarquin down.


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That's bad.

But it could be worse. Belkar took out an army on his own in the Battle for Azure City. Remember the "I am a sexy shoeless god of war!" comic?

There's 3 PC's plus a summoned beastie there. It'll hurt, but I think they could do it, espicially if V turns up...

-Aaron


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A couple years ago, I joined a gaming group here in my local area. I found the group through Meetup. The GM asked to meet for lunch prior to going to my first gaming session.

He wanted to sound out my personality and how it might mesh with the others in the group, my knowledge of Pathfinder as a game, and my character ideas.

I understood and applauded his forsight since I have been involved in a gaming group where we needed to "uninvite" a player who just didn't mesh with the group. That group then instituted a "trial period" prior to bringing in new players.

Unfortunately, the group broke up when the GM moved about a year later.

If I get the chance to gather together a gaming group in the near future, I certainly want DW** to meet potential players prior to giving them my address. I'll probably start by looking for PFS in my local area and try to find some folks who I get along with.

I try to be very careful about what people I bring into my home.

Joey Virtue wrote:
The people I game with I want to become friends with over time

Also, this ^^

**:
DW=Dear Wife

-Aaron

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