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Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games. Pathfinder Society Member. 8,598 posts. No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character.


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Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Ben Walklate wrote:

My pleasure, Eric, and since I created this account specifically so I can talk about Ultimate Factions, I'm very happy to do so.

As for how long, that's something only Jason will be able to answer and probably only after he's got the file (my Saturday night from 8.00 GMT is pegged for working on it, so I'm living the dream), so that he knows where it needs to fit into the process.

Turnaround shouldn't take too long, so as long as I get the file fairly soon we should be able to get it out this month!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Eric Hinkle wrote:
That's a mighty fine list. Pity the Legendary Heroes line didn't do better though. I hope this doesn't lead to its being put on the back burner, and I really enjoy what you did with the Paladins, Rogues, and Swashbucklers books.

Oh I'd count all the items on this list as successful. These are just the top of the top. Of course I always want to see more, More, MORE!!!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Well the word "estate" did come up at some point. Estate sale they were going to do... :)

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Time for your PCs to meet their DOOM in the TOMB!!!

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I do wish Curtis did more "smart guy" stuff. He's supposed to be the "sixth smartest person in the DC universe" or something like that. He should act like it.

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Eric Hinkle wrote:
I just looked at the link, and it's great. I am really looking forward to Ultimate Factions. Will any of the rules from Ultimate Intrigue play a role in it?

I haven't seen the final version to say for sure, but from my conversations with Ben I'll say *yes*. :)

Eric Hinkle wrote:
But what's going on in the cover art with that poor tied-up dragon-man/whatever the heck he is?

I would venture to say they are in opposing factions. :)

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

New link here!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Today Legendary Games is delighted to bring you the final installment in our epic Egyptian Plug-Ins line - ANCIENT TOMBS - with 36 pages packed with treasures, traps, guardians, feats, spells, templates, and more perfect for stocking the dusty burial pits and sprawling necropolises of long-fallen empires!

Plus, previews for new products coming soon, including Ultimate War for 5E and The Robot Summoner for Pathfinder coming in the next few days, as well as the brand-new Ultimate Factions and new Mythic Monsters installments wrapping up their manuscript writing and ready to turn the corner to layout soon.

Plus exciting news on Legendary Planet!

Check it all out right here!

Have a great weekend everybody!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

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Adam Daigle wrote:
Lorathorn wrote:
Count me in! I vow to review anything that I may receive.

Good call!

That's a great way to give back. Everyone should do the same. :)

Amen to that!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

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Thanks for the great reviews, guys! This adventure was percolating for a LONG time, and it was a delight to finally pull it all together.

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

necromental wrote:
Jason Nelson wrote:

Indeed I did.

The short answer on On the Siberian Line is that Pedro Coelho went back to school this term and got super-busy, which put a serious crimp in his writing time. The art is done, and his most recent update on November 2 was this:

This weekend I finished the 5th map for the Siberian Line; I originally intended to have 6, but I think I'll need one extra for a mass combat scene at the end of the module, so that means 2 half page maps to go. With the maps done, I can work out the encounter details. The module is about 2/3 done, I would say.

The module currently has the following encounters:

** spoiler omitted **

The antagonists are pretty much all NPCs, so it's a lot of stat blocks to do (about 10). Most of them are ready, but I need to double-check the sheets.

I'm currently taking a course in cinematography that ends on December 12th. After that I'll have a break from studies and can dive into the project again. I don't want to drag it into 2017, so I'm working with a deadline of December 28th.

I'm guessing after he finishes it, it has to go to editing, layout and stuff like that before publishing? We'll probably be playing Rasputin until/through March (given our current tempo), so I'm guessing that it will be out by then and our GM could modify it suitably to add it somewhere along Rasputin (from your post, the side trek is meant to be at the start of the module?).

If Pedro turns it in this month, we should be ready to release it in early January, so we'll see how quickly we can get it done. Should be in time to massage it into Rasputin!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Chemlak wrote:

Very interesting to see that Ultimate Relationships did so well, but that Imperial Relationships (which I consider an essential addition) doesn't even get a look in.

Still, awesome to see what last year looked like, and can't wait to see the 2016 figures!

I think Imperial did pretty well in 2014, when both were first released, but I'll have to look and see. I only have organized stats for the last half of 2014 in my current spreadsheet; I'd have to reconstruct the first part of the year. Might do that sometime this weekend if I have some downtime.

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

King of Vrock wrote:

Legendary Games has a lot of great suggestions to tone down the most broken parts of the Mythic Adventures problem areas.

However if you're already running Mythic as-is I suggest you look at their Path of Villains plug-in. It's basically a mythic path just for the bad guys complete with path abilities that mirror stuff the PCs can do and more.

The great thing about Mythic is it breaks the rules. You can take back control of action economy by giving your Mythic Villains more actions! I especially like the ability that gives a villain a number of extra swift, immediate, or AoO equal to the difference in how many mythic heroes vs mythic allies it has. There's one that gives temporary Mythic Points that the villain has to use by the end of its next turn when a hero uses an ability that cost a mythic point against them. Making heroes re-roll or have to roll twice and take the worse roll is also great.

--Vrock, Paper, Scissors

You also can get just this section of the book by itself as Mythic Solutions.

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

If you want to introduce madness at that level, then sure.

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Hi all,

As we are coming toward the close of another year ye olde spreadsheets are getting pretty full and we can see interesting trends about what people liked and what they didn't, and I just thought a few might be of interest. We aren't QUITE finished with 2016 yet, but I was a bit staggered to discover that, already in the first 11 months of 2016, Legendary Games has published 129 new products, including 5E conversions of existing Pathfinder products. That probably explains why when I'm doing taxes the layout folks are usually near the top. :)

As of this writing, we are at precisely 350 products in our catalog. Considering we had 2 products in our first year (2011) and maybe a dozen in 2012, the acceleration has been something else.

I switched over how I was doing my spreadsheets in 2014, so it would take some work to reconstruct best-seller lists for earlier years, but just for the sake of amusement, here were our Top 20 products from 2015 in terms of total sales (including PDF, hardcopy, VTT files, and HeroLab files; it does not include sales as part of a Kickstarter - maybe it should, but that's a calculation for another day):

TOP 20 FOR 2015
1. Gothic Campaign Compendium
2. The Haunted Hamlet of Raven's Hill (5th)
3. Mythic Hero's Handbook
4. Road to Destiny (5th)
5. Ultimate Rulership
6. Mythic Skills
7. Mythic Monster Manual
8. Ultimate Relationships
9. Mythic Spell Compendium
10. Ultimate Commander
11. Ultimate Battle
12. Ultimate War
13. Road to Destiny
14. Treasury of the Fleet
15. Cyborgs
16. Treasury of the Machine
17. Unrighteous Villains
18. Mythic Monsters 1: Demons
19. Legendary Villains: Dark Druids
20. Mythic Minis 50: Lycanthropy

Honorable Mentions:
Treasury of the Kingdom
Mythic Monsters 5: Mythos
Path of the Genius
Legendary Paladins
Mythic Minis 60: Legendary Item Abilities
Path of Villains
Path of the Stranger
Metal Heroes: Pregenerated Characters
Mythic Minis 52: Weapons
Mythic Minis 54: Clothing
Legendary Rogues

Best sellers for 2016? We'll find out in a month!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

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Taig rules! And Legendary Games is pleased to join in the fun - like last year, since it's Christmas and Christ did say "the last shall be first," if you finish dead last in any of Mike's roll-offs, you can PM me with your DrivethruRPG email address and I'll find you something nice to put in your stocking for Christmas.

We don't reward ties here; you've gotta be all alone in the pit of despair all by yer onesies to get a free PDF during the contest! HOWEVER, on Christmas I'll take EVERYBODY that got a natural 1 at any point during the entire Twelve Days of Third Partymas, I'll pick one of you at random and send you a free hardcopy of anything I've got in stock here at the house!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Thanks for the great review JiCi!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

There is, to my knowledge, nothing specifically written into any of the upcoming adventures referencing multiple worlds of origin for the PCs, though there IS at least one spot, I believe in Steve Helt's The Depths of Desperation, where there is the tantalizing possibility of being able to return home - wherever home is.

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Kryzbyn wrote:

I got this and looked it over. I liked what I saw for the most part, the stuff I didn't is individual preference related. The ninja archetypes were a welcome sight, as there are far too few of them.

Good job, again :)

Thanks, and thanks for picking it up!

If you could take a minute or two to write up a quick review, we would be ever so grateful!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

The sale ends tomorrow - get it while you can!

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Thanks for the lovely review, Endy!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

I had missed Rapidstrike here - funny, I was about to use it as the name of something else!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

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Mayyyyybe... email me at makeyourgamelegendary@gmail.com

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

A little bit of both. :)

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Try this link instead.

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Hi all,

While we haven't released a formal Mythos AP Plug-Ins line with its own logo and style, we had originally created the Horror Plug-Ins line to cover both elements from the Horror Adventures book as well as the upcoming horror AP that is now in full swing.

However, while there's a lot of overlap between horror and mythos, they aren't quite identical, so we have created a separate product category for Mythos Plug-Ins! This includes some of our older products released in other product lines, including:

Gothic Grimoires: The Necrotic Verses
Gothic Grimoires: The Sepulchral Swaths of Tanoth-Gha
Beyond the Void
Cultic Cryptomancia
Feasting at Lanterngeist
Mythic Monsters: Mythos
Mythic Monsters: Mythos Too

And now they have a brand-new cousin debuting today - the Tome of Madness by Mike Shel!

A brand-new and horrifying product is here for anyone wanting to bring insanity to center stage in their Pathfinder game: The TOME OF MADNESS by Mike Shel!

This awesome supplement has over three dozen types of madness and maladies that are intriguing and exciting but still let you play as a functional character, whether for PCs or NPCs! Plus expanded rules on curing insanity and addiction by magic or alchemy!

Keep an eye out for more new mythos products perfect for use with this creeptastic Cthulhoid saga!

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A new accessory for horror and mythos-themed games that you are sure to be CRAZY about!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

A brand-new and horrifying product is here for anyone wanting to bring insanity to center stage in their Pathfinder game: The TOME OF MADNESS by Mike Shel!

This awesome supplement has over three dozen types of madness and maladies that are intriguing and exciting but still let you play as a functional character, whether for PCs or NPCs! Plus expanded rules on curing insanity and addiction by magic or alchemy!

Coming later this week:
- "Ancient Tombs" for Pathfinder, with tons of tricks, traps, guardians, spells, feats, treasures, and more to populate any tomb in loving and lethal detail!

- "Ultimate War (5E)" brings you mass combat rules for sea, sky, and siege, integrated with the same robust abstract mass combat system introduced in Kingdoms and Ultimate Battle, plus new tactics, command boons, magical siege weapons, combined arms rules, and more!

New news on Kickstarter, including the completion of the Trail of the Apprentice and new material coming your way from Legendary Planet!

And the FINAL DAYS TO SAVE in our epic 20 FOR 20 sale on 5E products - 20 PDFs for $20 - good through the end of November!

Check out the latest and may your Advent season be Legendary!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

After consulting with our Kickstarter backers, we are planning to move ahead with a staggered release on the HeroLab for the Mythic Hero's Handbook. Phase 1 will be mythic path abilities and mythic magic items, with mythic feats and other mythic elements to follow. Phase 1 should be part of this month's Pathfinder release at LoneWolf, but we'll keep you informed once a final launch date is given to us!

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Ben Walklate wrote:
pezlerpolychromatic wrote:

shortly before I get on him about creating Ultimate Strongholds. :P

LOL no pressure, Jason. Keep the great work coming!

After Ultimate Factions, Ultimate Strongholds is a passion of mine, so I'm going to have a chat with Jason about it once I've dropped the UF manuscript on him.

High fives!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Chemlak wrote:

I think patience is the watchword when it comes to Jason's own projects. I get the impression that he spends the vast majority of his time being Jason Nelson, Publisher of Legendary Games, and relatively little being Jason Nelson, Designer.

Picture it like Mark Seifter, who has his day job at Paizo, and does freelancing stuff on the side. LG is Jason's day job, and the books he writes himself are freelancing work that he just happens to be the publisher for, but it's still "on the side".

Unfortunately this means that there are some projects which have languished in design hell for a looooong time, and includes three that I'm looking forward to (Legendary Fighter, Royal Tournaments, Ultimate Armies). It's a pain from a consumer perspective (I want to be all "SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!"), but a man's gotta pay his bills, and I can't begrudge him that.

Well said, Chemlak. This is pretty much it right here.

When LG was just starting out and I was doing it on the side while teaching school or whatever, our output was at a certain level and much of that was stuff I was writing or co-writing anyway. Even other people's projects we did didn't require a whole lot of work on my side to keep the art, layout, and production organized.

Now we've got over 350 products out, with a vastly more aggressive release cycle that takes up much more of my time in editing, development, project management, marketing, planning, and on down the list. My pure writing time just ain't what it used to be, and my headspace is much more crowded with juggling that side of things. Working "in" the business (i.e., writing) often takes a back seat to working "on" the business (everything else).

Or as I like to say, "My publisher hat took my writer hat out in the back alley and whipped it like a borrowed mule."

THAT SAID, I've been working hard to get those "development hell" projects out the door and making progress on most of them. I'm focusing on the Asian ones right now as I want to stay in that design space and maximize my creative focus there. Juggling between them obviously hasn't gotten any of them out the door, so laser focus it is!

Speaking of which... back to writing today! Legendary Monks, I am in you... :)

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necromental wrote:
Oh, I know I'll have to wait, but I will always ask. Even an answer along the lines of "I haven't touched it in months, but it's still in plan." is ok for me. But I am more anxious for the Rasputin adventure, since we'll be there in a couple of sessions. I figured Jason either missed my questions or filed them under "answer later" then forgot.

Indeed I did.

The short answer on On the Siberian Line is that Pedro Coelho went back to school this term and got super-busy, which put a serious crimp in his writing time. The art is done, and his most recent update on November 2 was this:

This weekend I finished the 5th map for the Siberian Line; I originally intended to have 6, but I think I'll need one extra for a mass combat scene at the end of the module, so that means 2 half page maps to go. With the maps done, I can work out the encounter details. The module is about 2/3 done, I would say.

The module currently has the following encounters:

Spoiler:
1st - PCs arrive on Earth, lose the hut, fight a Bolshevik troop
2nd - Attacked by Sniper
3rd - Social encounters and investigation in Japanese/English army camp
4th - Attacked by ninja in train
5th - Bridge explosion/ambush. Fight group of NPCs saboteurs.
6th - Mass combat to invade Irkutsk
7th - Final encounter vs. samurai order

The antagonists are pretty much all NPCs, so it's a lot of stat blocks to do (about 10). Most of them are ready, but I need to double-check the sheets.

I'm currently taking a course in cinematography that ends on December 12th. After that I'll have a break from studies and can dive into the project again. I don't want to drag it into 2017, so I'm working with a deadline of December 28th.

necromental wrote:

EDIT:

Matt Goodall wrote:
necromental wrote:
Since I always ask on your threads, how is Legendary Fighter coming along?
Jason and I are collaborating on this one and I know he is further along in his part, but I've had a fruitful week or so nailing down some 'fighter-y' concepts.
Nice to hear. Thanks.

Yep, my fighter stuff is at a simmer on one side as I wait to see what Matt cooks up. I have notes for more stuff to add but don't want to double-dip.

I actually pivoted and have been working hard to grind out the "Way of the Blade" project and have gotten a lot done on that, including what ended up turning into Legendary Monks (and more). Funny thing when you actually are FINISHING things... you end up writing a lot more than you thought you would. :)

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

The full five-level adventure saga for all ages is now available for 5E!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

There's a wide variety in the length and complexity of the archetypes and options within the book, some being only a few hundred words and others being a few thousand! Each one has something fun and unique, though, that sets them apart.

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Glad to hear it, Fellfire!

Btw, for those of you looking for some of the "missing" archetypes from the vigilante playtest, the mercurial duelist and sentai soldier just showed up in Asian Archetypes: Martial!

Go get it!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

The full 1st-5th level adventure saga for all ages is here!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

I think it's supposed to be Perform (sing)

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JUST ONE WEEK LEFT TO SAVE BIG!!!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Today we give thanks for Characters with not one, not two, but THREE terrific announcements!

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Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Incredible new Far-East-flavored character options available now!

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Btw, looks like the Far East Adventure Path Plug-Ins series is about to have a new member tomorrow...

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Thedmstrikes wrote:
Jason Nelson wrote:

Correct. Horror Spells, Intrigue Spells, and Advanced Spells III are all new material.

As for the Mythic Hero's Handbook type stuff, all Mythic Minis from 81 to 105 are all new material. Also, Path of Dragons, Path of Villains, and Path of the Reluctant Hero are all new material.

For monsters, Mythic Monsters from 1-30 have overlap with the Mythic Monster Manual, though exactly how much varies from book to book. On average, about 4-7 monsters from each book ended up in the Mythic Monster Manual, and around half of the frontmatter bonus material ended up in one of the mythic books.

The Mythic Monster Mega Bundle gets you all of those PDFs for $2 apiece (original list price of $6.99), so even with the overlap you'll be getting a TON of new stuff.

All of the Mythic Monsters books from 31 onward are all new material, with the exception of two of the demons in Mythic Monsters 35: Demons Too.

I am very interested in the compilations that would bring this material into a smaller number of sources, especially if we can get it in print!! KS, part deux, perhaps?

It's on the list as a possible KS project, though it's not at the top of the list. We have a few more things we're planning to get finished up, and then we'll see what the appetite is like for it.

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Looking forward to seeing this one come in!

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Next installment in the "Red Queen" AP Plug Ins... probably Intrigue Archetypes or The Hero's Ritual. We'll see which one gets done first!

Or will it be Treasury of the City? :)

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The Crimson Heroes are here!

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WormysQueue wrote:

Jason, another question (hope it's ok to ask you here). I've just started running the Wrath of the Righteous-AP and think about including some of the stuff from your Mythic-AP-line. And as I really love monster books, I'd like to know if there's any overlap between the Mythic Monster Manual and the Mythic Monster Mega Bundle (and if there is, how much), as I'm interested in both.

Oh, and actually I have another question: The only products contained in the Mythic Hero's Handbook or the Mythic Spell Compendium are those on the "Mythic past books" page, right? So products like Mythic Magic: Advanced Spells III would add to the Spell compendium?

Correct. Horror Spells, Intrigue Spells, and Advanced Spells III are all new material.

As for the Mythic Hero's Handbook type stuff, all Mythic Minis from 81 to 105 are all new material. Also, Path of Dragons, Path of Villains, and Path of the Reluctant Hero are all new material.

For monsters, Mythic Monsters from 1-30 have overlap with the Mythic Monster Manual, though exactly how much varies from book to book. On average, about 4-7 monsters from each book ended up in the Mythic Monster Manual, and around half of the frontmatter bonus material ended up in one of the mythic books.

The Mythic Monster Mega Bundle gets you all of those PDFs for $2 apiece (original list price of $6.99), so even with the overlap you'll be getting a TON of new stuff.

All of the Mythic Monsters books from 31 onward are all new material, with the exception of two of the demons in Mythic Monsters 35: Demons Too.

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Oh hi there Mythos Adventure Path Plug-Ins!

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Tom Phillips wrote:
Jason Nelson wrote:
Lots of support for Mythos here. Might be worth exploring. :)
Careful. Those who explore the Mythos too deeply often regret doing so. ;-)

And yet, I have the perfect product JUSSSSSST about ready to go to layout for this very thing!

Honestly, the Horror Plug-Ins product line we introduced earlier this year was really intended as a supplement for the Mythos AP as much as it was for general horror games, much as the "Gothic" line was all about horror in general as well as vampires, werewolves, and all the Gothic classics.

I suppose we could create a "Mythos AP Plug-Ins" line and cross-list any products that fit there ideally. It would make some sense, since we do have plenty that slide right in, including:

Mythic Monsters 5: Mythos
Mythic Monsters 21: Mythos Too
Feasting at Lanterngeist
Beyond the Void
Cultic Cryptomancia
Gothic Grimoires: The Necrotic Verses
Gothic Grimoires: The Sepulchral Swaths of Tanoth-Gha

I'd say all of those are pretty darn mythosy.

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Lots of support for Mythos here. Might be worth exploring. :)

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WormysQueue wrote:

As an aside, regarding question 4, you already have a patreon subscription going on aren't you? If I may comment on that, as it is at the moment it isn't directly usable for me, as the 5$ option only extends to the egyptian AP plug-in line and the other options, while being cool, aren't affordable to me because of the shipping costs (as I just found out for the gothic compendium, shippigng costs nearly double the price for me).

Still I liked most of your stuff I own so far, so a pdf only option would probably even be interesting for me if it includes other things as well (like the Legendary Beginnings or the Legendary Planets line), as long as they are Pathfinder-related.

AS said before, would depend a bit of what this would mean with regards to monthly costs, I have no idea of what your monthly output at the moment is in average.

Our monthly output is considerable, but if we do set up a new Patreon it would likely be for a single product line. I haven't been able to figure out a way to have divided product lines in Patreon, and it also doesn't fit very well with the fact that our products do not have a uniform price - it depends on length, and some thing are just much bigger than others.

We are looking at trying to set up subscriptions on our own webstore, but so far the plug-ins we've tried haven't been very satisfactory. If we are able to get a better setup, we'll put it together on our page and then people can pick and choose how they subscribe.

In general, we put only 1-2 products out in each line each month.

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