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Marc Radle wrote:
That's great to hear! We worked extremely hard to make sure the visuals (art, maps and overall graphic design) in this book, and the Bestiary for that matter, are super, extra, awesome!
Lovely, Marc. I was pleased my Azza Gremin was accepted into the Bestiary. I can't wait to see the art for it!
Greg A. Vaughan wrote:
I would gladly run a Blight adventure for FGG at a future PaizoCon.Hell, I'd write one for Blight if you asked me to. :^ )
Jerry Keyes wrote:
Thank you for liking my item "Arrow of the Deep Wood". :^ )
This means I have time to work on a submission for the next topic, which I can't get to until I finish the next two rotations ending sometime in the autumn. That's my silver lining.
True enough Isuru. OSW, please don't confuse our impatience with contempt. We're all just very excited about this release! :^ D
I have three and half weeks to go until my degree is finished, then I can devote some much needed holiday time to finishing this up. So sometime before my 40th birthday - 13h July. Would be great to release for Paizocon with Wayfinder.
Thanks for the update OSW!!
Published before PaizoCon would be an answer to prayer!
I really didn't think I had the talent for mapping. Then OSW, you gave me encouragement to try. Thanks so much! You have one of my maps for my advenuter in Yggdrasil. I hope you find it useful. :^ )
Let me just say something about the art in this dreamboat: its the best ever from Kobold Press. No exaggeration. I see some new artists: very good. And all the work is first rate. As has been stated above the layout is first class. I even like the feel of the pages: not glossy but sturdy. This product is German engineering plus American ingenuity at its best! :^ )
Which brings up a question: who did the printing and where?
Marc & Wolfgang, how do you feel about the quality of the binding on this one?
Brandon Hodge wrote:
Well stated Brandon! I'm more excited to read the new vril stuff than anything else. I'm digging the sidebar: casters can recharge a vril battery by chanelling vril into it. Pretty cool! Check out the book for more. I've got a lot of reading to do now and my weekly gaming group is anxious to get the pdf and especially the HERO LAB supplements! :^ )
As a ADVENTURER-HEIROPHANT backer in California I received my print copy yesterday (in time for my birthday!). Guys, you are going to love this book! There's more spells in there than in the PF Core Rulebook plus Ultimate Magic COMBINED... and the quality was everything we were hoping for. Best book from Kobold Press since Midgard Campaign Setting. With backer stretch goal goodies coming out in the next several weeks it's like a present in the mail (or email) every week! My compliments to the designers and contributors! :^ )
Louis, I've liked your style since I met you at last year's PaizoCon. You will hear from me soon! I work well with others, know my Pathfinder rules and come with a live-in editor.
I will email you my petigree plus links to some of my work. Be checking out Yggdrasil fanzine for my latest adventure release as well. ;^ )
I would like to see (or even help design) an AP in a region with a Meso American or South Asian (India, Old Siam, etc.) theme.
I'll give this the full treatment in my thread when I have a few moments... Is a mid to high level party in need of a rogue if they have a pair of these?
Looking forward to your review GM_Solspiral! I appreciate your comments and attention to my entry!I don't consider this item a threat to the role of rogues. They are still valuable allies as Jr. Annalyst pointed out above. Besides you could also use summon monster, summon nature's ally or animate dead to spring traps. Pickled Orc's Feet gives players other options for dealing with dangerous terrain (and not every party has a rogue). Plus the item has other uses too! :^ )
Thanks for the feedback guys!
Another issue is the logistical issues for GMs who now have to decide on the fly if the trap is going to affect he feet or not (for example a pressure plate triggered arrow trap would prolly miss despite the low level ac of the feet because the crossbow is aimed higher.)
I considered this while designing the item. Not everything has to have a detailed mechanic. I think a GM's description of the outcome would add to the fun! :^ )