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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules, Tales Subscriber. 1,144 posts (1,330 including aliases). 32 reviews. No lists. 2 wishlists. 1 alias.


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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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Before I read, is this meant to be read before or after Firesoul?

@ th3j4ckl3: You can use Calibre to download them into an ePub document. It can also probably be used to make them into a pdf if that's what you prefer. I have cut and pasted them into a Word document then saved them as a PDF, but that's more work.

Someone post directions to use Calibre to download all the web fiction into a single ePub. A quick search here should find it for you.


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Have you ever seen St. Elmo's Fire? Ever since I heard of it, I've wanted to see it.

Also: February 2016? Awesome!


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137ben wrote:
If the pace really bothers you, I recommend waiting a few months without reading the new strips, and then catching up all at once. Some things are best enjoyed in small doses, but OOTS isn't one of those things. Read it in bigger chunks, and it gets better (except for the first book, anyways).

I agree. I took a hiatus around the middle of Blood Runs in the Family and started rereading from the beginning. Taking the story as a whole really improves it, though the Azure City stuff starts to drag for a bit.


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I downloaded and started reading this last night. It has taken the place of ALL my reading (with a few exceptions, like reading to my kids) until I finish my review. It is a big book! I'm going to be filling my pdf with little notes for the review over the next couple of weeks.


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Lost in Dream is on my shelf in list of books to read. I just have to get there...


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Liane Merciel wrote:

Stalking the Beast and King of Chaos both have summoners in major roles (one as an antagonist, one as a friendly), but again, they're novels.

"Faithful Servants" has a summoner in a major role.

There are probably others that aren't coming to me right now.

I think that is the only Web Fiction with a Summoner in it...

If you liked Army of Darkness, you might enjoy Fingers of Death - No Doom! and Tides of Blood!.

The Illusionist has some really fun intrigue, and is a really quick read.

Guns of Alkenstar is big on guns, action and intrigue, but REALLY low on magic. It's more of a western than a fantasy story, but it's still good.

The Irregulars is one of my favorite Web Fiction peices. Lots of action and adventure from a bit of a band of misfits!

The Weeping Blade is phenomenal writing! Less action, though. It's about a group of adventurers who retired after they were all disabled in their last adventure. One is blind, one has no legs and one is insane. They get to have one more adventure!


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1: Ultimate
2: Pirates
3: Kingdom Building


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Rite Publishing wrote:
The hardcover was exclusive to the Kickstarter Thanael.

I'm sad that I missed this Kickstarter. I didn't even know it was going on. :(

Obladee, Obladah, life goes on!


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*facepalm*

I need to read more carefully before asking stupid questions.


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Dave Gross wrote:

Just got my ARCs, and I must echo James' sentiments. The larger format is wonderful, especially for those of us with failing eyesight. Crystal's maps are fabulous and full of spoilers.

Does anyone avoid looking at the maps until having finished the books? I wonder.

Thinking about this more, I realized that I tend to pull up my copy of Inner Sea World Guide when I want to look at a map and "place" what's going on in a book. That way I can read a bit more about the country and other cities.

Though, honestly, I'm often less concerned with the geography than with the characters, and so I don't feel the need to look at the maps much...

Cameo from Winter Witch? Ellasif's little sister? Or Declan's lady love? I can't remember either of their names and I recently discovered that Winter Witch is the ONLY Tales novel of which I didn't buy a digital copy.


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I saw this in an email from Rite and I'm interested.

Is this book Hardcover or Softcover?


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


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I would LOVE to see this one made up as a Wallpaper with or without the text (preferably without, but I'm not too picky).


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I have not read any Forgotten Realms but I have read ALL of the Pathfinder Tales. I'll echo Liane Merciel:

Let us know what you are interested in reading and we can make recommendations. If you are like me and like to read things in Chronological Order, you can take a look at the Pathfinder Tales Chronology.

There is a notable difference between the Pathfinder Tales and some other book series (like Forgotten Realms and Star Wars EU). The Pathfinder Tales are connected in that they all take place in Golarion and sometimes characters will cross from one story to the next. However, stories are mostly taking place in the "literary present" which means that they are all (sort of) happening at the same time all over. That means that you don't have to know what happened in Prince of Wolves to understand what is going on in Liar's Blade. However, individual series (like Dave Gross' books) are internally consistent and there is a benefit to reading those in order, though they are written in such a way that you don't NEED to do so.

So, what do YOU want to read?
Pirate Adventures?
Sherlock and Watson?
A Buddy Comedy?
A Heist?
A Spaghetti Western?
Dark Moody Angst?
A Travelogue?
A Party of Adventurers?


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Duiker wrote:

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

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

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


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Incognito wrote:

Good product but a heads up to others that might help avoid a mistake I made when I first printed it out: The paizo watermark that gets added to the document messed up the tight margins and it didn't fit on the paper until I scaled it to fit.

I agree with Itchy that I'll be clipping these to the normal screen because these have tables I reference more often. I may even get them laminated if I like them as much as I expect to.

Is there something Paizo or Raging Swan could do about the watermark issue?


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

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

On the positive side, our mouse problem is gone.

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


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I'm buying these and some small binder clips. I'll be clipping these to the standard Pathfinder GM screen so that I can flip them up when I need to see the info behind them.

I love seeing the UK spellings of certain words (manoeuvre is the one that popped out at me).

Edit: I'll be buying these next week when I get paid...


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kevin_video wrote:
If anyone's looking to add more treasure to their group's party, check out Dragon Magazine 323. There's a section on "Treasures of the Dwarven Holds".

This one?

Dragon #323


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


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

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


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Please tell me that this is a tale of redemption! Otherwise, the story is a bit depressing. :(

It's nice to see Ravi ready to betray the captain that is treating/ allowing him to be treated so badly.


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Greg A. Vaughan wrote:
ladydragona wrote:
So what is the ETA on the various kickstarters so I can plan my finances since I obviously have to get in on them all. :)

Hi ladydragona,

Probably April(ish) for Cults of the Sundered Kingdoms (we're waiting to get some previous Kickstarters delivered before we launch another one)
July for Northlands Saga
Fall for The Blight
Winter (I think) for Bard's Gate
Sometime 2016 for the Lost Lands campaign setting

That's how it's looking right now anyway.

Greg,

It's awesome to have this general timetable. It helps me to know that I really need to trim back on gaming spending so that I can afford to support pretty much all of these at a print level.


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I want to clarify my above statement. If the included digital copy for subscribers goes away, I won't cancel my subscription.

I WILL have to evaluate whether to start picking up the digital copies on the side, but I won't be cancelling over it.


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

!

Ok, you got me interested.

To the comic-book store!

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

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


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

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

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


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Chris A Jackson wrote:

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

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

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

*cough, cough, cough*

*washes coffee off screen*

That's exciting news!


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All my answers are as I understand the spell working.
The PRD says: A spell that takes 1 round to cast is a full-round action. It comes into effect just before the beginning of your turn in the round after you began casting the spell. You then act normally after the spell is completed.

My PFS Lavode De'Morcaine wrote:
1) So in the first round, I could take a 5ft step and/or swift action before I start casting it without affecting when it completes. Correct?

Correct.

My PFS Lavode De'Morcaine wrote:
2) I could not take a 5ft step and/or swift action after I started casting it because that would be doing something during the casting. Correct?

I believe that's correct, but I'm not sure where the RAW address it.

edit:Ninja'd by DM Blake and I'd go with his answer on this one.

My PFS Lavode De'Morcaine wrote:
3) On the second round, the summoning comes into effect just prior to my turn. I would now have a 5ft step, swift action, and/or a standard action – I do not get my move action. The summoned creature gets a full round of actions (5ft step, swift, move, and standard). So casting the spell really used up 2 move actions and a standard action. Correct?

Why wouldn't you get your move action? If you start casting at the beginning of your turn, it works this way:

Round 1: I start casting the spell.
Round 2: Just prior to my turn, the monster appears and acts (Standard, Move, Swift, Free), then I get my full turn (Standard, Move, Swift, Free).

My PFS Lavode De'Morcaine wrote:
4) If on the first round I had taken a move action before beginning the casting of summon monster, then the spell would take effect at the end of my standard action during the second round. So on the second round I would only have a 5ft step, swift, and move action left. The summoned creature will still get a full round of actions (5ft step, swift, move, and standard). So casting the spell really used up a move action and 2 standard actions. Correct?

Our group plays that if you take a move prior to casting the spell, then you spend 2 Standard actions to cast the spell. I believe that this is a house rule and not RAW, but I could be wrong.

It works this way:
Round 1: I Move, then start casting the spell.
Round 2: I finish casting the spell (Standard Action), and the monster appears and acts (Standard, Move, Swift, Free) then I am able to use a move action.


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Rysky wrote:
I hope Zulda doesn't get too jealous that Varian is riding another dragon.

If I were you, Rysky, I wouldn't risk Zuldanavox's wrath by referring to her by a nickname. Better safe than eaten.


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Yay! More Rodrick and Hrym!

It looks like this is the finalized cover?


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Aberzombie wrote:

Love seeing a new Dave Gross book! He's one author I'm pretty much always up for.

However, from the press release - bi-monthly? Six novels a year? Is that what's currently typical? If not, that seems like...a lot. I would worry about the quality of writing going down.

Paizo has been doing 6 novels a year for a few years now. I'm ambivalent about the change. I think.

As long as my price point doesn't change too much (and as a subscriber it sounds like it won't), I think that anything that gets Pathfinder Tales into more hands is a good thing.


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As stated above. No. You do not keep the shield bonus to AC when in wolf form.


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I truly enjoyed this tale. I LIKE Blit. I too, would like to see more of him.

The illustration is not how I imagined him, but that's also him after taking his Feral Mutagen. I think I imagined him looking a bit more like the Beast of Lepidstat...

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