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Kalraan wrote:
Can anyone suggest a card sleeve for these cards?

Did you ever get sleeves for your Deluxe Harrow Deck? If so, what did you get and how did they fit? I'm just curious for input before I buy some.


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havoc xiii wrote:
Elan was left yes? Hopefully she is by herself....

We know that Crystal is not alone. We saw Bozzok's eyes just before she appeared.

At least, I assume that it was Bozzok...


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Interesting! I this is the first that I have seen any sort of structure to the church of Cayden Cailean.


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It's good to see the Web Fiction back in full swing!


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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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I'm about halfway through Pirate's Promise now and I'm really enjoying it!


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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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The Wurst of Grimtooth's Traps is 224 pages, per Liz Courts' comment in the comments.

Grimtooth's Ultimate Traps Collection is going to be ~460 pages long. If you want to spend more and stretch goals are met, some versions will be ~600 pages long.


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Because you don't read the Store Blog? They had a link to it on January 8th. Either way, hop on board! It looks to be a fun book for DMs!


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Mr_Shed wrote:
Itchy wrote:


What sort of sets in the line of Summon Monster/Nature's Ally are you thinking of?

I don't think that we will see a Paper Minis Subscription because these are not Paizo products, they are licsensed products. My understanding is that you would need to subscribe to the company that is licsensed to make Paper Minis.

I still want to see a Carrion Crown set of minis.

Off the top of my head: the variant summon monster lists, improved familiars, animal companions, and eidolons.

Pathfinder Battles is a licensed product that offers a subscription handled via Paizo's website. As the company(?) "Pathfinder Paper Minis" has no apparent web presence outside of their store on Paizo's website, nor does their product appear to be offered anywhere other than Paizo's website, and the person soliciting suggestions for new products in the line at the start of this thread is also involved with Paizo's website, I thought it couldn't hurt to ask.

Good point about Pathfinder Battles!

Variant Summon Monster Lists: Maybe if you posted the list, someone will make it? It never hurts to do some of the initial footwork to encourage an artist to make a product.

Animal Companions: Some of the animal companions are in the Summon Monster/Nature's Ally Sets. Maybe we could convince Callous Jack to make a set of the Animal Companions that are not in those two products?

Improved Familiars: This is just the sort of thing that Paper Minis are GREAT for! A metal mini of an improved familiar creature might be a tough sell, but paper minis have a lower price point. I agree on this one!

Eidolons: That's a tough one since an eidolon looks like whatever you want it to look like...


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Mr_Shed wrote:

Bit of a thread rez here, but some questions.

Is there any word on completion dates for the older AP sets that are in progress? Is there a chance that there will be a change in artists on those sets just to get them done?

Any chance of seeing more sets like the Summon Monster/Nature's Ally ones? Or a follow up set(s) that includes the monsters from customized summoning lists (from either worshiping a specific deity or the Summon Good/Neutral/Evil Monster feats)?

While I know this is probably stepping on the toes of the Pawns line, what are the chances of seeing a Bestiary (1/2/3/4) paper minis set?

Lastly, is there a chance of being able to subscribe to the Paper Minis line?

Thanks.

What sort of sets in the line of Summon Monster/Nature's Ally are you thinking of?

I don't think that we will see a Paper Minis Subscription because these are not Paizo products, they are licsensed products. My understanding is that you would need to subscribe to the company that is licsensed to make Paper Minis.

I still want to see a Carrion Crown set of minis.


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Ha! The Duodenum is another great transition. The pancreas is, hands down, the funniest organ in the body. If you doubt me, do a quick web search for "Weird Al Pancreas" and listen to the song that comes up.


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Greg A. Vaughan wrote:

Better than a steatorrhea with an extra dose of stercobilin. Sorry justmebd, that was completely uncalled for on my part. Yours definitely sounds much better. :-)

Please, for the love of God, people don't look that up!!!!!

I love it when doctors talk dirty. :-) That is some colorful scatological humor.

Doctor's don't adjust humours anymore, do they? Sometimes it is sad to see old things pass (like renal calculi). But often, joy comes with the new!

I love it when I encounter medical terminology that I don't know. I work in disability claims and my best friend is a nurse, so I encounter a lot of medical terminology. It's always nice to learn something new.


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Wow! It sounds like this will be good year for FGG! I'll keep an eye on the Kickstarters and will likely support them on some level. This past year, I had a couple Kickstarters (one was for FGG) where I had to drop my pledge to the $5 range so I could follow it, but didn't get any products from them.

I have been enjoying reading Slumbering Tsar. It is a HUGE tome and quite devious most of the time.


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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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Distant Scholar wrote:
Milo v3 wrote:
The closest approximation I can think of is the legendary weapons of mythic characters, and I think Dreamscarred Press may have made one or two scaling weapons as part of their psionics line.
DSP's weapons were following the mold of Purple Duck Games' Legendary Treasures line. So, there's more if you're interested.

Purple Duck Games Legendary line is what you are looking for.


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I'll take a look through this during this week!

A quick note: The Bookmark for Page 46 is called "Bookmark 25." I think it was supposed to be called "Keeping the Dead Down: An Extremist Order in the Church of Pharasma."


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From what's listed on the Wiki, it sounds like the Clearing Moon is not a set monthly "moon," but is one that is entirely dependent upon another natural phenomena: the ending of the rainy season.

It's like our Blue Moon: The second full moon in a single month.

Another RL example (sort of) is Easter. Easter is Celebrated on the first Sunday after the first full moon occurring on or after the Vernal Equinox. That's why Easter moves around from year to year!


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Balgin wrote:
tbug wrote:

I've been using the Adventure Path Plug-Ins from Legendary Games. They provide opportunities for extra Trust Points at the beginning, plus add flavourful bits and pieces for the campaign as a whole.

We're still in chapter one, but I'm looking at adding Carrion Hill as well. Glad to hear it's working well for people.

I'd heartily recommend these. They are written by half the same authors who wrote the adventure path and really fit rather well thematically.

I may be late to the party on this one, but I'll Third the Legendary Games plug ins. My players didn't even realize that we were outside and alongside the Paizo adventure. They were a lot of fun, and helped fill the time while the party was spending 8 hours every day researching the prison.


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Nice! I'll have to read this this weekend. Oh, wait. I can just pick it up off my shelf and read it...

:)


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Where are the Trivia Questions?


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I have been reading. If I can stay up late tonight, I'll get my comments thus far logged. I only just finished the chapter where he interview's Qali.

This is my second time through the book, so I'll try not to spoil anything. We will eventually find out why Salim is an Inquisitor of Pharasma. Hints have been dropped, but I won't point them out.

At this time, I think Neila went up in Salim's opinion when she stated that she doesn't have much use for the gods. He's still a very bitter man, and that shows through in a lot of his interactions.


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Crystal's speech balloon is a color that we have not seen before. Have we seen any talking flesh golems?

Xykon, Durkula, and the the undead created by Tsukiko all have black speech balloons with white letters. Interestingly, Malack has a normal speech balloon.


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I'm enjoying these! I love having visual aides for my players, but I have the artistic ability of an aardvark. I'm planning to run some players through this module at some point, but have no definite plans yet.

I'll use whatever you get drawn, though! :)


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The Numerator wrote:
Good idea itchy... A clan of Bugbears with the young template!!!

NOOOOooooooooo!!!!!!


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No worries! January is almost here. I'm looking forward to The Return of the Web Fiction!

Hopefully there are not Ewoks in this one...


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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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I managed to make the time to nearly finish. This is almost complete. I need to do a little bit of Research into the Amber E. Scott Tales.

Pathfinder Tales Chronolgy on the Pathfinder Wiki


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Update: Added novels released/ announced since the last update.

"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")

Edited by James Sutter: (multiple authors)
-The Compass Stone Rise of the Runelords AP, Curse of the Crimson Throne AP, Second Darkness AP
-Prodigal Sons Kingmaker AP

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:
-Dark Tapestry Legacy of Fire AP
-The Illusionist WF > The Winter Witch N

Robin D. Laws:
-Plague of Light Serpent’s Skull AP
-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 > Boar and Rabbit WF > 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 > City of the Fallen Sky N > Reign of Stars N
- Bastard, Sword WF > Liar's Blade N

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

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

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

Chris A. Jackson:
-Stargazer WF > Pirate’s Honor N > Pirate’s Promise N

Ed Greenwood:
-Guns of Alkenstar WF
-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 > Winter’s Wolves WF >Skinwalkers N (February 2014)

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

F. Wesley Schneider:
-Guilty Blood Carrion Crown AP
-Shattered Steel WF

Gary Kloster:
-Firesoul N

Josh Vogt:
-Hunter’s Folly WF
-The Weeping Blade WF
-Forge of Ashes N

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.

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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Was it a manuscript written by one Dave Gross? I hear he's got a pretty memorable Hellspawn character! ;)

I also would enjoy reading a "Reread of Varian and Radovan!" Honestly, my intent was to reread the series and get reviews written for all the books that I have not reviewed. I've been working on it with some interruptions.

After I get that done, I want to get reviews written for all the Short Fiction that has not been reviewed yet.

If the Paizo team drops another slug of Short Fiction ePubs, that will mean a lot of very pleasant work for me!

I have debated not reviewing Queen of Thorns since it has been so thoroughly reviewed. That runs contrary to my idea of completeness, though.

All the "problems" I listed in my previous post are GOOD problems!


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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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