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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Legends Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting Subscriber. 1,234 posts (1,420 including aliases). 33 reviews. No lists. 2 wishlists. 1 alias.


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Here's hoping the KS funds. $35 is not a huge investment for some fun little products!


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GeraintElberion wrote:
Yet another reason to feel sad that they took the spoof covers away from subscribers and whacked up the price.

I'll admit that this surprised me too. I didn't always understand the spoof covers, but I enjoyed them.

At least we'll get them all in the hardcover compilation!


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Thanks!


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We are planning a "gaming corner" in our basement. One of the early additions will be a set of steel shelves for my gaming collection. Since I also have all the FGG Hardcovers (The Blight is the first one I decided to pass on), they will get a considerable amount of that shelf space.

I think that Tome of Horrors Complete, Slumbering Tsar and Northlands Saga alone will nearly fill a shelf! Okay, maybe not quite, but it feels like it!

-Aaron


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Cool! Dot!


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GM_Beernorg wrote:

Actually Itchy, dunno exactly how small juvanile hissing cockroaches are, but my tarantula has started refusing to eat crickets of the standard large size (think she has become to used to the same prey item over time), I would happily pay you some gp + cover shipping for some of the "overflow" young/small hissers to try as feeder insects (just don't tell the kids).

Plus I can work on that thing I have with roaches giving me the skeeves, I know it is irrational of me to let them freak me out, but they just do, maybe exposure therapy plus possibly starting a colony would cure me of me of that.

Not a problem, we have LOTS of overflow population. Also, the kids will be happy knowing that they are going off to feed another animal! Nature is what it is. :)

What size are you looking for. Babies are about .25" long, most of the young ones I'll be able to easily catch will be around .5" - .75".

First thing we need to check out is the legality of mailing them from MA to NY. Some states have really funny rules about that and won't allow Hissers to cross into their borders via USPS (FL for one).

The other thing that I need to look into is a shipping container. I need to find a supplier who sells medical device Styrofoam coolers and their shipping boxes in small quantities.

Send me an PM to keep this on my radar and I'll start looking around online tonight.


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Are you going to have a Patreon Project for the Winter Plug-ins? If so, I'll seriously consider supporting it!

Are there plans to Hardbind the Winter Plug-ins in the future? If so, I want a copy of that too!


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F. Wesley Schneider wrote:

Fringe cases are always going to be fringe cases.

Most Hellknights are not paladins. Some paladins are Hellknights. The overlap on that venn diagram is not especially large, but it canonically does exist.

Hellknights are fanatics. Paladins are also fanatics. In some orders, some members are capable to making their fanaticisms align. This is not commonly the fast track to the echelons of paladin or Hellknight power, but it can happen. Those that can straddle both worlds are uncommon exceptions, but interesting for being exceptions. They are also likely to face unique challenges to both their faith and their allegiance.

If you can imagine exceptional ways in which a Hellknight might also be a paladin, go ahead and add paladin-Hellknight to your roster of characters to play.

If you can't or otherwise don't like that idea, don't.

It's your game, include/exclude whatever you want.

I had a long discussion about this with my GM. Mechanically Paladin/Hellknight is awesome! I nearly made my Hellknight a Paladin with the idea that I would be playing him as a Lawful good paladin instead of the more classic lawful good paladin.

I'm not sure that made sense. Essentially, the conclusion we came to was that a Paladin that joined the Hellknights would be significantly more focused on the Lawful aspect of his alignment than the good aspect, to the point that he would be borderline neutral. Ultimately, I decided to make Fighter the base class.


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I know it's not exactly about the TV show but...

I was really into this story when I was reading the audiobook. Then I found out that disc 2 of 3 was non-functional. I could not get it to operate in any CD players. I let the library know when I returned the book. 3 months later I saw it back on the shelf. The problem was not fixed, it was still just an audiobook with the middle third missing. :(


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More on Order of the God Claw please! I'm playing an Order of the God Claw Hellknight in Rise of the Runelords. :) He is loosely based upon Javert from Les Miserables. It's been a lot of fun.

This will be in my cart for sure, I like the Hellknights and find them intriguing.


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I'm guessing that this is a parody of an iconic comic book cover, but I don't know comics well enough to recognize it. Can someone let me in on the joke?


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I'm guessing that this is a parody of an iconic comic book cover, but I don't know comics well enough to recognize it. Can someone let me in on the joke?


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I've been enjoying the battles that go on in my Hisser tank. The males fight for territory by hissing and charging each other. It' hilarious!
It's also fun to watch the larger roaches trying to shake off a smaller roach that is clinging to their back. They shake their abdomen back and forth rapidly, while the little one does his/her best impression of a rodeo cowboy!


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Woo Hoo! I just sent a PM to Jason Nelson and I will soon be the evil GM owner of a copy of the Mythic Monster Manual!

Mike, thanks for your generosity in this. I love to see more 3PP products at gaming tables.


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Divinitus wrote:

Good thing that you have avoided those tarantula hairs!

I will warn you, however, that it MAY be in your best interests to get a scorpion that has been devenomed. There was once, when its tank was being cleaned out, that it almost connected with that tail.

Monitor lizards are awesome. They don't require much upkeep, not anymore than a cat anyway. You can even train some of them to use a litter box.

We saw a dog-sized monitor lizard at the free zoo (Petco) a few years back. It was not for sale, they had brought in some folks to let people see some exotic pets and (believe it or not) discourage folks from buying pets they were not prepared to own.

They had a full grown red tailed boa, a full grown ball python, a small (3-4 foot long) American alligator and the monitor lizard on a leash. My son was excited to get to pet all these animals.

In another 5 or 6 years when my kids are older and I'm retired from my National Guard, I'll probably start pushing to get an emperor scorpion (with the venom sac intact). I'll do the required research first, of course, but I've wanted one since I was in high school.

As I said before, I may see if we can pick up a giant millipede in the meantime. I think large arthropods are a lot of fun. I also love that my kids view spiders and insects as creatures to "save from the house" rather than as things to squish.


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Figures that I ALSO got a 1 the day before the low roll wins, then I get a 17. o_O Congrats to all the winners so far! Thanks taig for your generosity!


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GM_Beernorg wrote:

Nice Itchy!

Actually had an Egyptian praying mantis for a while as a pet, but alas, he has a bad molt and didn't make it, insects are tough sometimes as pets, but really worth the neat factor (and some are just lovely to behold).

I will be trying mantids again in the spring, but having them shipped in winter here in the NE of the US is not a good idea in general.

You are probably not that far from where I live (relatively speaking). I'm in Central MA. If you want some free Hissers, send me a PM and we can work out over email a day/time/place to meet.

Weirdest thing I've seen yet in our Hisser population: We found on roach that looked odd. Upon closer inspection, it appeared to be a hermaphrodite. There was a light line down the middle; the left side was female and the right side was male. They are sexually dimorphic, so it was quite apparent. Weird, but apparent.


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GM_Beernorg wrote:

@ Itchy, Actually the giant millipede may interest you and the kids then, being neat and odd, but quite harmless (unless you eat it).

And that is why Kilrex, we keep those in our pan...I mean securely closed tanks...

We considered getting a giant millipede when we were looking at the cockroaches too. We went with the more economic Hissers. That's an option that I haven't thought of recently. Perhaps I'll bring that up to the family during the new year. :)

I'd love a Goliath Beetle too. The world's heaviest insect! Ack! I just looked them up, the adults only live about a year.

@Hiding in the Closet: That's even more awesome!


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GM_Beernorg wrote:

Emperor scorpions are very hearty and easy to take care of, some of the other species are more delicate, and can be dangerous (such as the bark scorpion)

Tarantulas vary greatly as well, though the good old rose hair tarantula is generally a pretty easy house guest.

I think you are correct Itchy, considering changing to those for a while for Doubloon, she does not seem as interested in feeder crickets lately, afraid she may have become to used to their presence in her enclosure. I removed all uneaten insects after a day or so, but still, such things happen.

Part of my rationale is that the Hissers are great pets for the kids to interact with, a scorpion or tarantula would not be. My children are still young (first grade and younger), so I'm nervous about them interacting with any venomous animals, even an "even tempered" arthropod. I know that tarantula bites and emperor scorpion stings are essentially no worse than a wasp sting (unless you have an allergy), but, my kids are young.

I would be interested to see how an emperor scorpion handled an adult Hisser though. That would be neat to see!

@Hiding in Closet: That's awesome! I remember reading Koko's Kitten in elementary school. Very cool that your mom got to work with her (even indirectly).


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GM_Beernorg wrote:
I believe they are officially known as spotted roaches, and do not appear to be able to climb glass. Still researching them.

Probably Blaptica dubia, a popular feeder species that cannot climb glass. Hmm... Maybe I'll see if I can pick some up. They sound like they would be fun to raise.

I briefly considered getting a Tarantula or a Scorpion to help control my Hisser population, but they seem like they would be a lot more work than the roaches are. I haven't done much in the way of research, though.


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GM_Beernorg wrote:
Seriously impressed Itchy, and I must admit, cockroaches are the one creature I am a bit uneasy around. Will have to work on that (my pet tarantula will be upgrading to Island roaches as feeder insects soon).

If you've got a Tarantula, roaches should be nothing!

I've not heard of Island Roaches. If you are looking for feeder roaches, I've heard that you want to look for a non-glass climbing species (such as Dubia or Discoid roaches).

Hissers are glass climbers, and we have had escapees from our tank. If you want to raise hissers, look online for plans to build a hisser enclosure in a 5 gallon bucket. It's the most secure way to raise them.

I'd encourage you to research roach species. They are misunderstood and maligned in our culture, but they are relatively harmless. Essentially the only way to get sick from one is to let them walk over your food or to put a live one in your mouth (I don't recommend doing either of those). There are feeder species that you can raise that don't survive well in cold climates and that can't climb glass. Once you pay for a few breeders and get a population going, you'll never need to buy crickets again.


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Aranna wrote:
When I was a kid my brother wanted a talking bird for his birthday. But the bird didn't like him. The bird adored me however and I was able to teach it some words like "bolt wants a cracker" (yes my brother gave it that silly name) , "pretty bird", and "brothers are dumb". It would only come to me so no one else was allowed to let it out of its cage. It alsolutely loved to sit in the branches of my mom's potted trees. It was a bit of a crazy bird, dive bombing the family dog and exploring the whole house.

What kind of bird was it? A parakeet? A conure?


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When my son was 2 we decided to get a freshwater fish tank and get gold fish. When we started looking into all the WORK that goes into properly keeping goldfish, we took everything back to the store and said "No thanks." That started our hunt for a proper apartment dwelling pet for a toddler.

We settled on Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches. They are tough enough to survive toddler handling. They don't bite. They don't carry any transmissible diseases. They are educational. They are beautiful. They are self replicating, so if the toddler squashes one, you've got more. They are durable, so if you or your toddler forgets to feed them for a few days, they'll be okay. They are tropical, so they die if they escape (I live in New England. Winters are too harsh for tropical roaches). They don't fly. They are also edible. We have tried them, but it is difficult to get over our own cultural issues with entomophagy.

We bought 6 of them through mail order. When we lost count at 300 or so, we took them to a reptile shop, selected 13 adults to restart the population, and donated the rest to feed the reptiles. It's time to contact the pet shop again to reduce our population...

A few years ago, my wife took some to the "petting zoo" at our church's Harvest Festival. They were a big hit! The kids loved them! She also brought a bunch of frozen then seasoned and baked sub-adults. They were all eaten and some folks came back for more. :)

If anyone in the Central Massachusetts area wants to get some Hissers, send me a message and we can work something out. If you don't want a breeding population, I can give you adult males. They'll live a couple years before you need to come back for more.


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taig wrote:

I consider myself lucky that a lot of third-party publishers provide me with gainful employment, so I thought I would give back to them *and* give away free stuff to you.

Here's how it works:

Post in this thread indicting your interest in getting a free PDF (or PDFs).

Indicting my interest? I didn't know interest in 3PP was a crime? If it is, then I'm an outlaw! Count me in! And thanks for your generosity!


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Based on what we are seeing in this blog, I'm guessing that they will start with Rise of the Runelords. I would really like to see [ICarrion Crown added sooner rather than later, mostly because I'm RUNNING a Carrion Crown game right now.

Depending upon how quickly this comes out and the prices, it will likely strongly influence what AP I run next (or if I start up a second gaming group).


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Arnwyn wrote:

I'm not a big Kickstarter fan (just buy at retail when/if it releases)...

... but I backed this. Absolutely.

I love FGG.

Also, of ALL the companies Kickstarting projects out there, FGG has a GREAT track records of getting their books published. They continue communicating with backers after the project closes so that we know what is going on.

Sometimes there are delays (there almost always ARE with KS projects), but they are great at communicating the delays and keeping the backers informed.

In short: Backing a FGG KS is a very low risk venture.


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Asked and answered, apparently! I wonder if one of our lovely moderators is now a backer?


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Noooooo!! The moderators can fix the title. Herald Frog should have the honor of starting the thread for this campaign. Also, I already deleted it, so your link just points to the messageboards now.

Sorry. :(


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It took me too long to get the thread started! I'll see if I can delete the one that I started.

I am backer #1. Now I need a shower...

Also note: Pett's last name is misspelled in the Thread title. If Herald Frog cannot fix it, could one of the moderators please fix it? Thanks!!

Edit: deleted the thread that I had started for the same kickstarter.


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Wow. Thread Necromancy. I pulled some ideas from the boards here for my game. AA and Professor Lorrimor were friendly rivals in their youth. Friendly enough that Kendra calls him "Uncle Advion." She and AA traveled with the party on the way to Lepidstadt and then went on to Caliphas.

My players were initially distrustful of AA, but Kendra swayed them. We'll see how it goes. She is going to be the one that AA tries to turn into the Whispering Tyrant at the end of the AP.


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Campaign has passed $50k (spheres of influence for all backers) and is moving towards $60k where the option opens up to purchase leather dice cups and pigskin leather dice bags!

As a note, the creator has stated that these are the best price you can find for solid metal dice. After the Campaign ends, he's planning to continue selling them, but the prices will be significantly higher. Also, some of the current options (meteorite, sterling silver, possibly some others) won't be available outside the kickstarter.


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You are most welcome!


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Jenner2057 wrote:
Yup. For those that ordered it, the poster map is available for download. 90 mb and looks pretty amazing.

Looking forward to downloading this later tonight!


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Eh, I think "Did you just say—" is pretty clearly linked to what Durkula just said: "And your brother, of course." The camera angles (widening out on the line) indicate that that's the key bit Roy's reacting to.

Actually, I think he may be keying on the death of everyone in Azure City. I don't think there's any way that Durkon would know that all the Azurites are dead. The OOTS did not get word that Azure City was lost until after Durkon was a vampire. We could assume that Roy told Durkula on the airship trip, but I get the sense that Durkula was not spending time with everyone else during that trip.


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Funding currently at $44k! Numbers are climbing, albeit slowly. Nearly all that was "lost" is back again. Nearly 300 backers have supported the campaign.


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@TormsSkull:
I love having NPC's with their own motivations. It can make the game interesting!

In our campaign, I'm playing a Galtan, who fled Galt and ended up in Cheliax where he joined the Hellknights (He has not earned the right to wear Hellknight armor yet, so he's not an obvious Hellknight yet). We encountered some Tieflings. He asked if they had ever been to Cheliax and they said that they were escaped slaves. They assumed he was Galtan because of his accent. He made a mental note to report them to his superiors because he didn't have time to deal with them himself. When a prisoner near them attacked and escaped, he gave chase crying, "I'll show you some Chelaxian justice!"

The two tieflings looked at each other and said, "I thought he was Galtan! I'm not going back to slavery!" So they chased my PC down and attacked him. It was awesome! A great encounter all around.


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Quick update:
At this point all backers are getting a free D20 of Curiously Strong Attraction. That's a d20 with a really strong magnet in one face. It's supposed to be strong enough to hold pictures on your wall (if you put it over a stud).

As soon as we hit $40,000, there is going to be an option to purchase a metal chest that will hold a set of dice. That stretch goal is really close.

Hal got some more meteorite fragments, so a few more meteorite dice will be available for those with deep pockets.


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My initial thought, based on the last 3 lines, was that they needed to cast True Seeing. You could probably cut the last three lines and have a better chance of the players figuring it out.


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Bumping this back up to the top. Here's the link again:
Zucati Dice: Minimalist Metal Dice

These are awesome dice available in Stainless Steel, Brass, Bronze, Titanium, Aluminum, Copper, Magnesium, Tungsten, and METEORITE! Minimalist means that they are simply polyhedral dice crafted from solid metals. If you think the Q-Workshop dice are too fancy looking, these could be the dice for you.


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John Woodford wrote:
Update: less than two hours in, and it's 50% funded. I think a lot of people were waiting for this after the first one folded.

I certainly was waiting for it to restart. I jumped in very early on the new campaign. I'm also in for a set of Titanium dice, but I may switch back to Brass.


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This is great news! I read audiobooks every day on my 30 minute (each way) commute. I generally get them from my local library (books on CD). Will these be sold as books on CD? If so, I may try to coerce the Worcester Public Library into buying some!


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The way I see it, stuff happens. It happened to this kickstarter. The creator now has his account back and he will be restarting the Kickstarter again soon with more options. John Woodford, your titanium option will be there now.

I agree with John Woodford's comment above. I would not have believed that he could get metal dice at the price offered if he did not have several campaigns (10, I think) in the past with happy backers.

I'll be back on board when the new campaign launches and I'll post a comment here to let others know.


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There was a HUGE mistake with Hal's Kickstarter account. His son accidentally deleted it, ending the project. Hal is working to get everything back, and will get the project back up and running as soon as possible.


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Hey folks! If we can get 5 more backers before Midnight Pacific time, Backers #1-200 will each get a free set of 7 Aluminum Dice in the color of their choice! All you need is a minimum $25 pledge!

In order to get the free dice the project does have to fully fund, of course.

These dice are simple, awesome and simply awesome!


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Titanium dice would be awesome!


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Thanks, John Woodford!


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Hey folks! This is copied from a recent update. Support the Kickstarter, get free metal dice!!

Zucati Metal Dice Kickstarter Update wrote:


1. If we can reach 250 backers by lets say Friday the 9th, I'll give every single backer their choice of D20 die or D6 pair of dice in any metal except Tungsten. Free.

2. If we can reach 300 backers by Friday the 9th, I'll add on a set of 7 Aluminum Polyhedral Dice or a set of 6D6 dice in any aluminum finish. Plus everything from #1 Free.

3. If we can get to 400 backers by Friday the 9th, I'll include a free Tungsten D20 for all backers or a Tunsten D20 Spindown. Plus everything from #1 and #2 (You can sub out the tungsten for any other metal if you want) Free.

4. If we can reach 500 backers by Friday the 9th, I'll include a pair of Tungsten D6 dice, plus everything from #'s 1,2 and 3.(You can sub out the tungsten for any other metal if you want) Free.

So there you go: A potentially huge amount of dice on the line. Its now in your hands... I'm not setting a dollar limit, just a backer limit. You make the rules,l and you're in control. Want free dice? Want this KS to succeed... you've got the power. The power to get FREE dice.

- Hal Zucati

In addition to everything offered above.....

I'll make one more offer just cause I'm in the mood.

If we can reach $40,000 by Friday the 9th of October (Midnight Pacific Time)

I'll randomly choose from all the current backers on this campaign using the very dice shown in this campaign to roll the number of 8 backers who will receive one of each of the 8 sets of aluminum dice polyhedral sets shown in this campaign. The actual sets, FREE. One per backer for 8 lucky backers.

I'll also roll for 4 lucky backers to receive each of the rare metals, Brass, Copper, Tungsten, and Stainless Steel.

I'll also roll for each of the add-ons in every metal and color of aluminum. It'll be a massive roll-fest.

And I'll do this all on camera. So what do you have to do to be in this dice mania?

1. Be a backer of this campaign for at least $25
2. Be a backer of this campaign through the end of the campaign.
3. Be a backer of this campaign and have the campaign meet its funding goal.
4. Have a backer number.

Your backer number is the number that will determine the roll order for these FREEBIES!

So tell your friends how they can get FREE DICE and help you get FREE DICE.

Thanks everyone for your support.

Ok,

I'm done now.

See ya all Friday?

- Hal Zucati


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My major concern on this kickstarter is not "will the books ever be finished?" because I have faith that they will.

My concern is "Will the books reach me when they are shipped?" I have moved since backing this Kickstarter. My address will never change, but I sincerely hope that Gary has the forethought to send out a new survey or SOMETHING to ask for updated addresses. The survey is closed, so cannot update it through KS.


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One of my ideas (that I'm still trying to work out the budget for) is to get a set of Aluminum dice for each of my kids as a "coming of age" gift.

You are correct that the heavier metals are, well, heavier. I would love a set of Brass dice for myself. I don't know if I can work that in along with dice for my kids. Probably not...


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minoritarian wrote:
Is the Blight a desert book? Please make a desert book. I just bought Dunes of Desolation and want more!

The Blight is a city book. A really messed up city book. Lots of undead alongside the living (if it's as much like Crooked as they are saying it is), some crazy nasty monsters. Just a nasty place to live. I wouldn't want to live there. Some tentacle monster thing that crawled out of my copy of Crooked is still living in my attic...

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