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Itchy wrote:

Interesting. Does this story take place in Nidal?

It looks like they are standing in the magic academy from Nightglass. The one where Isiem trained. That looks like a Glorious One behind them.

Glorious One should be Joyful Thing. It's been a while since I read Nightglass.


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137ben wrote:
I suspect that Roy's actual gut instinct(s), whether he wants to admit it or not, is to distrust HPoH. However, he also doesn't want to admit that Durkon is dead, hence his desire to trust HPoH in spite of his true instinctual reaction. Thus, his actual gut instinct is to distrust HPoH, but he is telling himself that his gut instinct is the opposite of what it really is.

HPoH. I've seen this acronym used before. I know it points to "Vampire Durkon," but what does it stand for?

High Priest of Hel?


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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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So, are these rules for playing as a dinosaur or are they humanoid races that look dinosaur-ish? Or BOTH?

I'm watching for these, depending upon price point, I'll probably get at least one of them because Dinosaurs. are. awesome.


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Is this supposed to for Giantslayer, but meeting other needs as well?


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Epic Meepo wrote:

I am referring to the proposed Cerapoda clade, which includes Ceratopsians, Ornithopods, and Pachycephalosaurs.

The same PDF also covers Cerapoda's sister clade, Thyreophora, so it would have been more accurate to call it Dawn of the Ornithischian, but "Ornithischian" didn't sound as cool as "Cerapod" (and wouldn't have fit on the cover even if it did).

Saurapoda, meanwhile, make an appearance in both PDFs as a race of reptilian giants.

You had me at Ornithischian. I may pick this up, just to play a mini adventure with my dinosaur loving child. Perhaps I'll use the Age of Reptiles: Omnibus as a plotline.


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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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This may be the wrong place for this question, but here goes:

I just got an email from Dreamscarred via the OBS about Psionics Unleashed (Revised). I've already got Ultimate Psionics. Is there anything in Psionics Unleashed (Revised) that is different/ new from Ultimate Psionics?


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Epic Meepo wrote:
Eric Hinkle wrote:
Now I'm even more eager to read that PDF.

Actually, there are two PDFs:

Animal Races: Dawn of the Carnosaur and Animal Races: Dawn of the Cerapod.

As a dinosaur lover who has spawned a dinosaur lover, I have a question on your spelling. Dawn of the Cerapod?

Do you mean Sauropod, the family that includes all the long necked giants including Apatosaurus, Brachiosaurus and Argentinosaurus?

Or are you referring to the Ceratopsians, a family of horned/frilled dinosaurs to include Triceratops, Protoceratops, Styracosaurus, and Montanaceratops?


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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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Valantrix1 wrote:
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Valantrix1 wrote:
*Sigh* No PDF format anymore... I guess I'm out. Being blind is a real drag sometimes. Hopefully it will come out in audio, although I'm certainly not counting on it.
Hey Valantrix! Sutter is out today, but I'll point him at this thread when he's back in the office and maybe he can shed more light on the topic. In the meantime, I did a web search to see if Tor had any plans for an audio recording of this book, and they did solicit an audiobook version of it along with the print and digital formats, so it looks like there will be one. Their site doesn't mention a time frame for release, nor if other titles will have similar treatment, but it does look like this book, at least, will be released as an audiobook. Again, Sutter can likely provide more information when he gets back in the office.

Thanks Mark! This is why I love you guys!

Valantrix, it looks like you can get a pdf version through Google play.


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Itchy wrote:
Reign of Winter would be fun to see. Also, it's the next AP that I will run (when my group finishes Carrion Crown in a few years).

Replying to my own post. Is that crass? After giving the question more thought, here are my top 3 choices in order of preference:

1: Reign of Winter - because it's got lots of new areas that could be expanded upon.

2: Hell's Rebels - because it looks to be pretty urban and would present lots of opportunity for expansion.

3: Giantslayer - Because I want to run this one someday!


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I finally got my review posted tonight. It is up on Paizo, OBS and Amazon.


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Reign of Winter would be fun to see. Also, it's the next AP that I will run (when my group finishes Carrion Crown in a few years).


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I was holding off to see if I could add in extra money on Backerkit and thus get more of it to the Frogs, but I'd like to see us get to the Player's Guide. I'd LOVE to see us get to the second batch of fiction.

I am going to up my pledge to include my Backerkit extras on the front end. That will help us to get a bit closer to the stretch goals.


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Ondorum is talking! This must be a prequel to Forge of Ashes. I wonder is this will tell us the story of why he decided to take a vow of silence?

I'm definitely looking forward to reading this one.


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UnArcaneElection wrote:
Now I want to see a story in which a Monstrous Humanoid actually turns out to be a decent person . . .

Check out Song of the Serpent. My favorite character in the book is Skanderbrog the Troll. He is an EXCEPTIONAL troll.


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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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I'm currently in chapter 7.

spoilers:

-I like that Kyril and Teglias are both trying to redeem Isiem. Maybe they are also trying to redeem Ascaros, but I haven't seen that yet.

-I like that Ascaros is teleporting home at night for a bath and to sleep in his own bed!


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I started reading this recently. I'm on chapter 5 and I'm pleasantly surprised that I'm enjoying it.

I was not a fan of Nightglass, so I was hesitant to start this book. I'm glad that I did. I'll try to post more thoughts here as I read on.


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I'm very excited for this one!


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Interesting! I'm looking forward to reading the book!


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Raef13 wrote:
I'm sorry so is digital copies not going to be available here at all? Only on 3rd party sites? That will be nice on GenCon since my phone won't let me get the epub from here but kinda annoys me for every other one. Stupid semi-ocd now all the books wont be in the same program.

That is my understanding. The digital books will only be sold through 3rd party vendors and will not be available at Paizo.com.


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Ha! That's funny! It makes sense, though.

Wee Beasties is on its way, hiding in a box. Thanks!


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Thank you! I'm looking forward to the arrival. I'm cannibalizing some stuff out of this book for my home campaign. :)


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Has anyone else noticed a reference to a surprise in your May subscription order? I was looking over my email and it shows my 4 subscription items. Then at the very bottom it says:

5 items. Estimated package weight: 3 lbs.
An item isn't being displayed here because it's a surprise.

If you get your surprise before me, don't tell me what it is. I want to be surprised when it arrives. I'm just curious if others are seeing this too?

Actually, if you have read this post and you get your shipment before me, post it in a spoiler tag so I can see if we got the same thing!


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That was a really fun story. Firesoul will be the next Tales novel I read after I finish my current reading project.


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James Sutter wrote:
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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I'm slipping in under the wire here, but I wanted to give myself the most time to check out the book. I have not had as much time as I would like to read it, but I have read as much as I can.

Things I like:
-The fiction at the chapter headers: I like that it's longer than what you find in Paizo's hardcovers, but not so long that I won't read it. That's a tough metric to meet because it it so vauge. However, I have noticed that Paizo's little blurbs are so short that I dont' pay attention to them. This is long enough that I'm getting some story (and a continuing one at that), but not so long that I think, "Meh, I'm not going to bother with that, lets get to what I'm reading this book for."

-The openness of the random events: I like that these ideas are open enough that a canny GM can have ANY of the townspeople be involved in many of the events. They are less encounters and more encounter ideas.

-The Map: That's just a beautiful town map

-Little pictures! Each unique location on the map is described later in the book. To help you find it there is a little picture next to it. This is a great idea!

-The Economy Rationale Sidebar: This is really useful for the occasional player who thinks that fantasy gaming economics should make sense.

-Menus, Recipes, and Tavern Games: I love food. I want to try some of these recipes now. I also love quick, simple games. Miners and Mountains is about as complicated as I would want to introduce to my players. I think it could be interesting to have PC's play this against NPC's. Use bluff vs sense motive is someone decides to cheat. *evil grin*

-Goodwill Mini-Game: This is what my players call a Mini-Game. A subsystem that tracks based upon player actions. They called the Trust system in The Haunting of Harrowstone a mini-game and enjoyed playing building their reputation immensely.

[bigger]Things I didn't like:
There wasn't a lot to dislike in this book. I did not have time to read it comprehensively enough to hit it with my normal editor's eye, but here's the things I picked up on that may have been better.

-No Town Statblock: I had a rant here, then found it on page 29.

-Where are the Race Stats? It looks like you addressed this with extra pdf's, but without looking here this morning, I kept thinking, "How am I going to let my players play a Cheebat? How can I stat up an Orog fighter?" Maybe include a note in the PDF version that the base player races are available in a free pdf on OBS, etc?

-Where is the Player's section? Is that perhaps also a pdf product that is separate? If so, a note in the text would be helpful to point us that way. Perhaps it is a $0.99 or free pdf available here and on OBS? Just a thought.

Overall, this is a well done and beautiful book for GM's to use. I'm glad I paid money for the pdf. I’m going to be using bits and pieces from this book for my home game.


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And Paizo has stated more than once that, although they like customers to buy from here (because Paizo gets a bigger cut that way), they encourage folks to buy their products wherever it is most convenient for the customer.

I have not cancelled my sub yet, but I also may take a look at that "Book Match" option on Amazon.

I have a question for anyone who has looked into the other digital book providers. Paizo was providing an ePub and a PDF of the books. Is the PDF available from any of the ebook sellers or is it only ePub/Mobi/[insert proprietary format here]? I was just starting to get into reading them as pdf's instead of as ePubs. If I can only get ePub going forward, then I'll survive.


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If I'm not mistaken, Dagger of Truth also has a reference to Carrion Crown. I'll know as soon as I finish rereading it.


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None in particular are specifically related to RotRL. There aren't any Tales that involve events from that AP.

However, the following stories take place in some part or another of Varisia:

Winter Witch starts in Korvosa, travels through Varisia and north into Irrisen.

The Illusionist (free)/ (ePub) takes place in Korvosa (specifically at the Acadamae).

Blood of the City takes place in Magnimar. So does the prequel story In the Event of my Untimely Demise (free)/ (ePub)

The Box (free)/ (ePub) and the sequel Light of a Distant Star both take place in Magnimar.

Shattered Steel (free)/ (ePub) takes place in Korvosa.


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Should be this Wednesday, the 22nd. I remember seeing a note that they were going to miss a week.

But I just checked and that was posted on 04/01/15.

Still, hopefully the next chapter will be out this week.


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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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John Kretzer wrote:
I would love to see a witch as one of main good character in one of these books. Maybe there is one out there admittedly I still have 8 books left before I completely catch up.

Unless there's one in Nightblade, I can't think of any.


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Liane Merciel wrote:
Darkborn wrote:
the Joyful Ones were nothing short of horrifying. (I searched the Bestiary books and couldn’t find them – if anyone could tell me where I can find a stat block for them I would greatly appreciate it for when I get ready to GM the Midnight Mirror module in the fall.)

They are fun little dudes. :)

No Bestiary entry exists for them, as far as I'm aware. The Joyful Things originate on p. 68 of Skeletons of Scarwall (Book 5 of Curse of the Crimson Throne), in the write-up on Zon-Kuthon.

I don't know if they were originally supposed to be/do what I made of them, but it seems like if you've been reduced to a limbless torso, you've got to get your jollies somehow.

It looks like the Joyful Ones may be making an appearance in Pathfinder Origins #4: Merisiel. That story takes place in Nidal.


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Ginasteri wrote:

OMG OMG OMG OMG!!! I just found this thread. I missed out on 3.x of 'the game', so I didn't get hip to FGG until about 2012. You guys seem like a great company and I am seriously looking forward to your material. I have the Tome of Horrors Complete for PF and the Tsar Saga. Those things are amazing.

I am a HUGE fan of campaign settings, and I can't believe you're putting together your work in such a thorough manner. That's HUGE.
Also, I love all things Lovecraftian. I understand that the blight messes with the mind. That is good.

As stated elsewhere, if you are interested in The Blight, check out Richard Pett's book Crooked. It takes place in "The Blight with the serial numbers filed off." I got it through a kickstarter, but you can get a copy on that big online retailer staffed entirely by strong powerful warrior women. Crooked is... weird. Very weird, but good.


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Hmm... I'm looking at this wondering if I could use it in Carrion Crown. There is a module where half of it takes place underwater...


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There's a post from the publisher here stating that you could run this with Drow PC's. If that link takes you to the front page, go to the 8th comment on page 3 of the comments.

I don't think you need a subscription to AAW to run this. You could just pick up the book (or at least the pdf) from any of your normal online gaming stores. AAW might have a physical copy of the main book left, but I don't know.

If you are running this, I would recommend starting with The Darkness Arrives since it starts the PC's at level 1. This one IS available in print from Paizo.


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Interesting. Does this story take place in Nidal?

It looks like they are standing in the magic academy from Nightglass. The one where Isiem trained. That looks like a Glorious One behind them.


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eyelessgame wrote:

I'll suggest Tomb of Abysthor (which has been reissued as a Pathfinder upgrade as the Stoneheart Valley). You can eliminate the prequels and just run the dungeon, if you want. It feels very similar in some ways to the old 1E dungeoncrawl Temple of Elemental Evil, and it's got shoutouts in it that go all the way back to Blackmoor.

And it's a great piece. (I have done some fanwork with it and have a document available, which I claimed was a 3.5 conversion but really is more an expansion/adaptation).

I'd be interested in seeing that "conversion/expansion" document... :)


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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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Have you seen Rise of the Drow? There's lots of extra goodies available for it. It has an underground city sandbox, a fungal jungle, and a storyline if your players want to follow it. Also, AAW may still have a hardcover copy available if you ask. It's one of the prettiest hardcover adventures I have on my shelf.

You could also take a look at Slumbering Tsar. It's very sandboxy and very tough (it IS Frog God Games). Also, I have not had a chance to read the whole thing yet...


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Chris A Jackson wrote:
Lots of strange sightings...long tentacle like things floating past in the dark, whales and dolphins under the boat at night glowing like ghosts with phosphorescence, tiny birds landing to rest on the boat far at sea, ships I could hear, even smell, but never see at night... yes, all that.

*shivers*

Wow. That's cool! My son LOVES animals of all types, but sea creatures and birds have topped the list for the last 2 years. I'll bet he (and I) would love to see any of that stuff! When we were out at Cape Cod 2 years ago, we went on a "seal watch" walk down one of the beaches. At the time, there was a Great White Shark hanging out near the Cape. I was PRAYING that the shark would launch itself out of the water attacking one of those seals. It never happened.

Alas, I am blessed to be paying off a house with a job that feeds and takes care of my family. Maybe someday I'll sell it all, buy a boat and sail the Seven Seas!

One of my dreams is to someday dive with Great White Sharks (in a cage of course). Maybe someday.


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To follow up on the OP: Here is the link to the thread about using Calibre to download the web fiction into an eBook.

@Zeugma: That's the general rule I follow, but then I found out that James Sutter had thought that people would read Boar and Rabbit after The Redemption Engine, so I thought I would ask.

I'll probably end up reading it as it comes out either way. I'm not one of those people who fights to avoid spoilers.

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