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I wasn't sure if we were starting a new thread for Death's Heretic or not. I think we should, and include Faithful Servant as part of that thread. that way later readers of the threads can comment and discuss the books.

Maybe call it "PFTBC Death's Heretic", or "Faithful Sevant/ Deat's Heretic Discussion"


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Quark Blast wrote:
Dungeon Master Zack wrote:
thenovalord wrote:
Well it does end with ** spoiler omitted **
** spoiler You mean the one whose only like, ten years old at the time of the Quest for Erebor? ... **
A more committed Tolkien geek can correct me but Aragorn would've been in his early twenties circa Bilbo and Smaug. And too young or not he was still the Heir of Elendil and that would've not been unknown to one such as Thranduil.

If Aragorn was 80 during the War of the Ring and Bilbo was 51 during the Battle of 5 Armies that would make Aragorn about 20 during the Battle of 5 Armies. That's not too young to be out doing things and making a name for himself.


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One year later...

Any plans to release any more edible board games?


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Liane Merciel wrote:

I guess it might be sliiiiightly unfair to gloat, but I just finished my sneak preview of the upcoming V&R novel and I think you guys are gonna love this one. It is REALLY good, it's really fun, and it's got some great background material and colorful details for at least two (two!) APs.

Which just so happen to be my two favorite APs, so that was extra cool.

^^JEALOUS^^

I just finished re-reading Queen of Thorns. I am of the opinion that each Dave Gross novel is better than the last. Eventually I'll manage to finish my Dave Gross Pathfinder Tales reread quest.
My problem is Paizo keeps releasing NEW Pathfinder tales that I want to read too.
Also, I'm trying to keep up with the Pathfinder Tales Book Club Discussion


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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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To take some of the ideas here and mesh them together:

-Give the player a new character of some sort (shipwrecked sailor, native, fey, whatever) to play for a few sessions.

-Bring in an NPC that tells them about a Grippli temple in the swamp that has a cleric that can cast resurrection (or at least reincarnation).

-The Grippli High Priest sends them on a quest for a Macguffin that only Grippli's would want, like a staff that draws all vermin in a 50ft radius.

-The staff is guarded by giant vermin of some sort that they have to slay to win the staff. Note: the linked adventure has some great map tiles that you can print off and you have a spider-themed temple!

-Bring back the staff and the paladin is once again part of the group! Not only that, he brings back a message from Calistria for the party. This message points them at their next task!

-Also bonus: You now have a shipwrecked sailor living on the island who is friendly with the PC's. If any other character death happens, you have a replacement PC.


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Okay! I'll pull Faithful Servant up on the iPad!


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Uwotm8 wrote:
Pipped Chessex with rounded corners are statistically terrible and roll lower than dice with sharp corners that aren't pipped. Try that first. Otherwise change up your method.

Really? I use pipped Chessex dice with rounded corners for my greatsword damage with my Two-Handed Fighter (APG Archetype). Last session they never rolled lower than 4.

That same session, my d20 rolled either less than 4 or greater than 15, often in an alternating fashion. Some nights, that's just how it goes.


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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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Add Weather to the Web Fiction delays. I'm not complaining and I hope I don't come across that way. I understand that stuff happens in life and, frankly, free Web Fiction probably doesn't put a ton of money in Paizo's pocket, but I do enjoy reading the Web Fiction!

I'll echo UnArcaneElection in that I would truly enjoy reading another Norret and Orlin story. Maybe a Gantier brothers novel?


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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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I use Gaming Paper. I am running The Haunting of Harrowstone, and the prison is HUGE! It JUST fits on gaming paper. I was able to get the entire prison onto a single roll. We use construction paper to provide a "fog of war."

I use our Chessex mat to draw out smaller encounters that I don't pre-draw on the gaming paper.


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Awesome! Thanks!


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Shaun wrote:
Two ships in combat? I'm very interested to know how this will differ from "Pirate Ship" and what the flip side will have on it.

I think that this is replace the out of print Pirate Ship Flip-Mat. Paizo (I think it was Vic Wertz) has said that they don't reprint the Flip-Mats, but when one goes out of print, they will make another related Flip-Mat to replace it.

Example:
When the GameMastery Flip-Mat: Dungeon (Original) sold out it was replaced by the GameMastery Flip-Mat: Dungeon (which was the map for Crypt of the Everflame). When THAT dungeon flip-mat sold out, they released the Ancient Dungeon Flip-Mat.


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Good morning! I wanted to register that I have noticed the conspicuous absence of Web Fiction on the Blog in the last few weeks. I am assuming that it is due to a combination of the recent Thanksgiving Holiday and the recent sales getting everyone super busy.

Be that as it may, I miss the web fiction. I genuinely enjoy reading it on a weekly basis (or sometimes letting them build up and reading them in one sitting). It's like an old friend has gone on vacation for a while. I know she's coming back soon, but I miss her while she's away.


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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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Fromper wrote:
So what do you think Belkar will do with that Protection from Evil clasp? Slap it on the vampire? Or sell it to someone else in the party and claim he intentionally picked it up just for them?

I'm guessing that in a pinch, during the end fight against Xykon, Belkar will give the clasp to Roy, Haley, Elan, or V in a sacrificial act to save their lives. But we'll see. I'm also guessing that this is the last we will see of the clasp for a long time.


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Wow. Triple post! You must REALLY need a Varian Jeggare/ Radovan fix.

Last I knew, Dave Gross was working on a new novel. He hinted that it might include a metallic dragon.

I have no clue on what the timetable might be for the book, though.


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I would be interested in the "caster Bundle" or the "GM Tools Bundle." I alternate GM'ing with one of my players, so I get to sit on both sides of the screen.


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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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Nice new cover! And December is not farrr away!


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I am pretty excited for this book. Both Hunter's Folly and The Weeping Blade were excellent. I enjoyed that they were somewhat different from your classic fantasy story. Especially The Weeping Blade: a tale of disabled adventurers saving the local beggar population? Awesome.

I'm looking forward to learning more about dwarf culture through this book.


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Overall, I enjoyed the book. This is my second reading, so I have more insight, but I will do my best not to spoil anything.

I thought that it was a nice opening to the book. I liked that Tyressa was strong in demanding that she be paid tribute. It was also telling to find out that Tervin Blackshield specifically went hunting for a noble wife in order to give himself legitimacy. He's not really a noble. I also wonder what Tyressa's family did it Ivis's family in the past to spark such hatred?

I find it itelling how Tyressa is able to leverage Silverlake's interest with that of other groups to form alliances with the Murdoons, the Fey, and the Druid woman. Her interaction with the woodcutters was most excellent too. She was able to figuratively cut the legs out from under the leader and get all the other woodcutters to seriously consider joining the settlement.


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Thanks! That's some awesome Wallpaper!!


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Another delay? NOOOoooooo!!! I was planning to get this as a Christmas present for my best friend who only recently started playing in my group. Well, it looks like I'll be giving him a Valentine's Day present instead.

I'd rather give him a high quality Paizo book rather than a one with print problems.

Thanks for maintaining high quality on your books. I'm sad to see delays.


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I got an email yesterday that my copy of City of Secrets #6 6 is getting ready to ship. I expect I'll see it in the next couple weeks. After that, I don't know. :)


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I'm Hiding In Your Closet, is not actually a clown but a Teddy Ruxpin


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GoatToucher once ran for public office.


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Dave Gross wrote:
If you ever need to punch a guy in the junk, I hope you shout, "Monkey Plucks the Peaches!"

I hope I'm never in that situation, but I'll try to remember that if it comes up.

I finished my review this morning and got it posted.


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Short answer: I'm in! I would enjoy starting with The Crusader Road.

Longer answer:

Yes! I'll participate as much as I can. I have read almost all the books published thus far and I have read almost all the Web Fiction thus far. I'm looking forward to all the discussion, especially given who has responded affirmatively so far!

I would also enjoy discussing the following books:
-Blood of the City
-Liar's Blade
-Skinwalkers
-Dagger of Trust
and
-Reign of Stars

Another option would be to break the book up by chapters over a shorter period of time. Something like: Read 3 chapters this week and discuss during this week and next week. That we we don't have to think about the ENTIRE book for the discussion, just the last couple of chapters.

On the other hand, that's more work for the organizer.

As a side note, I think it would be very considerate to put a spoiler tag on each book discussion thread.


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Congratulations! The decision to get married was the best joint decision I (we) ever made. I hope that you both find the same happiness, nay, more happiness than my wife and I have!


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I'll go on the record as requesting paper minis for this module as well. If you make them I WILL buy them because I will be running this module as part of my Carrion Crown Campaign.

Also, I think that this was the most fun module I have read! It will be a challenge to run, because it seems as though a lot was left up to the DM due to word count, but that just gives me room to flex my evil creative muscles!!


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I reread this whole story last night. I was particularly struck by Radovan's comment, "The boss is better with the metaphors." Followed by Radovan's narration, "It was all red velvet cushions, tiger-hide couches, chandeliers like all the stars fell down at once, carpet so thick you needed a machete to cross the room, with all the knobs and fixtures made of gold-plated gold."

Really? Is the boss really better at metaphors? Or does Radovan just have a low self esteem when it comes to his level of education?

I'm a pretty intelligent guy, but if I spent all my time with a genius with a photographic memory, I'd esteem my education pretty low too.

On a completely different note, I have read this story three or four times. I laugh out loud about "Monkey Plucks the Peaches," and "shaking the tree," every time. I cannot read this chapter while putting the baby to bed because I wake her up. This has happened with both my daughters. I blame Dave Gross for any mental scarring my daughters have from being rudely awoken by their father guffawing and dropping the iPod touch.


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Jeremy Corff wrote:
Well, I haven't read Dagger of Trust, Blood of The City, or Nightglass yet, so no reviews there. And Thank You for writing the books! A brief review is the least I could do.

Dagger of Trust: A great, fun read.

Blood of the City: Still one of my favorites in the line. It's the one I've reread at least twice now.

Nightglass: I'm rereading this one now in preparation for reading Nightblade, and I'm being reminded of why I didn't like it the first time around. Mostly, I just don't like Nidal. I'm not going to say more than that here because you'll have your own opinion.

Edit: Yes, I need to write more reviews. I've READ all of the Tales, I need to REVIEW them. I was rereading all of Dave Gross' books and writing reviews, but then I got sidetracked by Dagger of Trust and Crusader's Road and (now) Nightblade. Maybe I'll set Nightglass down for a bit and finish up those Gross books...


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I would recommend that you check out the reviews Here. You can also read the reviews for each of the 101 spells products (o-level through 9th level) that Rite published since 1001 Spells is simply a compilation of those products.

Endzeitgeist is one of the most highly respected reviewers in the industry (and a nice guy to boot) and he has given all the 101 Spells products 4.5 to 5 star reviews.

Reputation-wise: Rite Publishing is considered one of the better companies regarding balance in their products (up there with Rogue Genius Games, Raging Swan Press and Legendary Games).

Here's my question for you: How long have you been GM'ing? Is this your first shot GMing Pathfinder? If so, you have already got a TON of options for your players, do they really NEED another 1010 spells as potential options for them? Do you want to have to keep track of another book?

I play in a game with only the Core and APG allowed and we have enough to keep us having fun for a while.

I GM a game with all options open (except the summoner) including 3PP material (if I get to read it over first and I get a copy if we're using it). We all have a lot of fun in my game too.


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Turned to Stone. Getting stoned to death sounds more painful.

Eat Oatmeal

-or-

Eat Grits


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Why is Durkon in such a hurry? He is THAT concerned about destroying the Dwarves?


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Oof! Looking at that reminds me how long it has been since I updated any of it. I have some work to do.

Also, that's all in internal chronological order. I think that Javin Swifthand is looking to have them listed in published order.

Honestly, to find the most recent Web Fiction, it's easiest to go to The Paizo Blog and scroll down until you see Pathfinder Tales.


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I am enjoying the story so far!

Christopher Paul Carey wrote:
fine_young_misanthrope wrote:
Love the story, but shouldn't this be chapter 2?
Fixed! :-)

Awww! I have secretly been wishing that Pathfinder Tales would start numbering all chapters with the Fibonacci Sequence!

For a moment, I thought my dreams had come true. Now my hopes and dreams are smashed. :(

I'm going to go over here and look at cross sections on Nautilus shells now...


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As a GM, you can have the BBEG pour this all over the floor of a hallway or room, then place a low grid over it. The Grid keep the powder from getting carried away by walking feet.

When the adventurers come a-calling, he can pull a cord to pour enough water to water into the hallway to put one gallon in each 5 foot square. Instant difficult terrain!


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Hmmm... Is he going to get up and attack?
-Will Marra take up the mission he failed to complete?

-What class is Marra? I'm guessing Ranger, but she could be a fighter. There's really not enough information yet to judge.


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I really like that art of Redfang! He looks JUST like I envisioned him as I read Reign of Stars.


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Short answer is: Yes.

Longer answer: There will be when they get a slug of it done. My impression is that they work on this here and there during slow days, wait for a bunch to be ready to post and then drop them all at once.

Either that, or they put it off until they have enough to make it worthwhile to work on and then, POW drop a whole bunch on us. I usually pick them up during the Late December/Early January 10% off sale.


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I have a couple thoughts/questions based upon the images.

-I noticed that the cards are numbered.

--Looks like the bottom center info is giving the page number in the corresponding rulebook, but I don't have my CRB handy to check that.

--There is a smaller number in the sort of bottom left corner. Is this the number referred to in the text of the initiative card? If so, it might be useful to have that number near the top of the card so that if we store the cards in a card box, we can see the number as we flip through.

I'm still cogitating on this one. Do I buy it or not? I'll figure it out by November. That budget is still a full month away!


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I just noticed that the families in the strip seem to wear color-coded clothing.

-Durkon and his mother in blue
-His cousin's family in purple

I'll be watching for further evidence of this. I could be wrong. It's happened before. A lot. :)


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Itchy wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
I'll poke the Powers What Be for updated rulebook and blank Chronicle cards for the Deluxe version. :)
Now that PaizoCon and GenCon are over, I thought it would be an appropriate time to poke this topic. I'd love to get a pdf copy of the updated rulebook!

I found an inexpensive storage option for my Harrow Deck. In the office supply section at my local CVS, I found a soft plastic case for carrying 3X5 notecards. It holds the deck, and all the extra cards and the rulebook nicely.

I'm not sure if it will hold the whole deck with the cards sleeved. I have not bought sleeves for my Harrow Deck yet.


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I think that Deagan is caught in a dilemma. On one hand, he loves Brea, and cannot lift a hand to harm her himself. On the other hand, he's not supposed to be involved with her and he needs her to go away forever so that:
a: he is no longer tempted to continue their relationship
b: the Kalistocracy doesn't find out about her and strip him of all his power and wealth

Further complicating things is the contract between them. She is too honorable to break the contract. He has to honor the contract or be stripped of all his power and wealth by the Kalistocracy for breach of contract.

He has tried everything he can to get rid of her within the contract. On one hand, I feel a little bit bad for him. On the other hand, he's a bastard who ordered the deaths of innocents, then sent loyal soldiers into an ambush all to rid himself of an inconvenient truth.

Amateur Predictions:
I don't think he will be killed in the final chapter. I think that his comeuppance will be that the Kalistocracy will discover his failing and strip him of everything.


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Farnick? NOOOOOOOoooooo!

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