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Give things Fast Healing, especially things that aren't supposed to have Fast Healing. Nothing gives you that horror movie "jump" like thinking you have an encounter over and done with, standing around healing, maybe considering resting, etc., when one of the "corpses" on the floor suddenly grabs your ankle.

Describe things like zombies as coming to pieces at the first successful hit ... but the separate parts continue to attack until enough damage is dealt to get it down to 0 hp. You don't have to change up the stats; just apply its attack to a limb pulling itself across the floor or a head rolling after the PCs and biting while the other parts "miss." Even though the mechanics are straight out of the Bestiary, the players will feel like they're harder to kill.


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This is a fantasy game. As long as the "likes girls" crowd is getting Samaritha, Aerys, Sasha, Ameiko, Sandara, and Arueshelae, the "likes guys" crowd should get options just as attractive, not the old, fat, bald guy who pees himself in terror when combat starts.

EDIT: And what's up with the 'S' and 'A' names, now that I list them?


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Seth Parsons wrote:
Hmm... Maybe they should make a Cleric Archetype called the Pantheist?

They absolutely should not, because a pantheist doesn't believe in any personal, anthropomorphic god. They could make a Polytheist archetype who worships multiple deities within a pantheon.


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Speaking as a straight female gamer, I've found the APs to be frustrating. The female NPCs are all attractive and intriguing (even those who aren't described as particularly sexy in the text get sexy art because fantasy artists like drawing sexy women), while the male NPCs are often explicitly called out as middle-aged or unattractive, in a not-very-subtle attempt to not be competition to the (presumably male) PCs for the hot chicks. Jade Regent is the one exception, in providing an attractive and available male NPC for romance.

I own every Paizo AP from RotRL to WotR and was definitely made to feel like I was not the target audience. It's one of the factors that led to me cancelling my AP subscription last month.


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Alexander Kilcoyne wrote:
And thanks for the feedback on the combat, was considering scrapping it in favor of narration but it was not my preferred option.

I'm waiting to see you fighting it out amongst yourself to the bitter end when the PCs are all down for the count. ;)


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Personally, considering it's SKR's last day, I took it as "answering this FAQ is literally the last thing I do." ;)


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Matthew Guyder wrote:

Hopefully someone from CS can confirm.

They just did at the bottom of the last page. It was a Gninja, which is probably why you missed it. ;)


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Todd Stewart wrote:
thejeff wrote:


I'll give the rebuttal that I and others used earlier, but I'm not going to get drawn further back into this:
I don't think the OP looked at the gnoll or the gorilla and thought: Those remind me of black people. He looked at the map, saw the pattern that suggested Garund was an African analogue (which it blatantly is) and saw that the sub-Saharan analogue as represented by gnolls and gorillas and that black people were conspicuously absent.

That's not racism. That's drawing an obvious inference.

Having freelanced on parts of 'Heart of the Jungle', I can only ask how exactly you could miss the many pages discussing the multiple human ethnic groups in the area, a number of whom take inspiration from snapshots in time and space of several different real world cultures?

How exactly could you miss that this thread is about a marketing poster which was purportedly the OP's first introduction to Golarion, not about the campaign setting?

People looking at a map that represents "Europe" with people and "Africa" with monsters haven't read Heart of the Jungle. Thejeff is pointing out that the particular marketing poster is a poor representation of the campaign setting for people who know nothing about Golarion.


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The poor, forgotten gnomes.... Apparently, gnomes are the only core race not suited to this AP. ;P


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Favoriting's working now, for me at least.


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They're not "getting rid" of them; they've nearly sold out of them. This isn't a clearance sale, just a notification of which items are close to being out of print.

Paizo doesn't do multiple print runs of (most) softcover books; they print all the copies that will ever be printed at one time. Except for their hardcover lines, they don't want excess stock that they have to warehouse for 4-7 years: It costs them money to store and inventory, and it competes with the new products they want to sell. These blog posts are the announced retirement; it's just that it's customer demand, not company policy, that determines how long these products are available.


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Needs spaces between games on the Campaigns tab. Everything's mooshed together, in Chrome at least.

Also spoiler tabs are defaulting to open, at least on profiles, even though they say "Show." You have to click them twice to close them, and then they're open again when you go back to the page.

OOC text isn't showing in blue. (The preceding sentence is in ooc tags.)

Not sure how many of these things you're already aware of; feel free to disregard if I'm telling you stuff you already know. :)


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Halflings are one of the only core races without towns or nations of their own in the Inner Sea. What about Kingmaker, carving out a halfling homeland in the River Kingdoms?


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Steve Geddes wrote:
it's worth noting this isn't a new policy. It's been that way since Paizo started publishing books.

True. Paizo has never* reprinted softcovers. RotRL #1 went out of print years ago. Here's a thread by Vic Wertz explaining why from 2009.

*:
There has been at least one exception in Adventurer's Armory. There might have been one other, but I can't think of it.


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Ross Byers wrote:
Also 'Publishing' is gone! Rumors! Panic!

Does Erik know he's out of a job yet? Change his title from Publisher to Friday Miniatures Preview Guy: Everyone knows that's the most important part of his job anyway. ;)


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Tebati's pre-morning prayer spells wrote:

Cleric Spells Prepared (CL 4; 4 melee touch, 5 ranged touch; concentration +9):

2 (3/day) align weapon, grace, remove paralysis Domain gust of wind
1 (5/day) comprehend languages, obscuring mist, protection from law, shield of faith, unbreakable heart Domain longstrider
0 (at will) create water, light, resistance, stabilize

I'll be running off this post for the encounter; I'm not editing her profile again.

Is there any reason those of us with light armor can't have been sleeping in it? A fortified camp with a history of raiding parties and known enemies isn't exactly an inn in Freehold. I generally assume all my PCs in light armor are sleeping in it when they're not in town.


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There's a step-by-step guide here, but I don't believe that they've added WotR to the dropdown list yet. It's usually a month or so after release that they get around to it, unless they've sped up the process recently.


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There aren't any official rules for Pathfinder; here are the 3rd edition rules.


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Epic Meepo wrote:

Why do the people of Golarion not permit interracial marriage?

Or does "bastard" have some archaic meaning with which I'm not familiar?

Consult the first several pages of the product discussion thread when the title was announced.


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Meh, meeting a group of total strangers who ask the party to go up the road a ways and eliminate another group of total strangers "'cause really! they're totally evil! we swear!" makes my spidey-sense tingle.

As for the Baphomet cultists, I refuse to take anyone seriously who fights in boots with three-inch heels and is posed like she's rehearsing for a kick-line in Golarion's version of the Rockettes. ;P


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Now, see, I like Diet Coke better than Coke Zero (and won't touch Diet Pepsi at all -- tastes like soap). But I read when Coke Zero came out that it was marketed toward men's tastes since Diet Coke pretty much had the female market sewn up.


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Yeah, when the next set of minis comes out in May, the remaining Deskaris will go on sale individually in the Paizo store. Different retailers handle sales of the incentive figure differently, so you may well be able to get one somewhere other than Paizo.com before then.


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Paizo typically does not reprint softcover products (find the reason why here). Buying the PDF or finding a reasonably-priced used copy are your best options.

EDIT: As of this posting, Paizo has scratch-and-dent copies available. While I haven't purchased non-mint product from Paizo myself, my understand from those who have is that the cosmetic differences are minor, possibly similar to buying a used copy anyway.


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When I was in third grade, we had to memorize a certain number of lines of poetry and recite them in front of the class during the course of the school year. Most of the kids broke it up into six- to eight-line poems once a week or so, but I wanted to get it out of the way as quickly as possible so I memorized the longest poems I could find --"Jabberwocky" and "The Walrus and the Carpenter," for example -- so I wouldn't even have to mess with it in the spring.

There was one whose name I don't remember, but the poet was named Guy Wentworth Caryll, or something similar, and it went like this:

Spoiler:
Little Miss Muffet discovered a tuffet
(Which never occurred to the rest of us),
And as 'twas a June day and just about noonday,
She wanted to eat (like the best of us).
Her diet was whey, and I hasten to say
It is wholesome and people grow fat on it.
The spot being lonely, the maiden not only
Discovered the tuffet but sat on it.
A rivulet gabbled beside her and babbled
As rivulets often are thought to do,
And dragonflies sported about and cavorted
As poets say dragonflies ought to do
When, glancing aside for a moment, she spied
A horrible sight that brought fear to her:
A hideous spider was sitting beside her --
And most unavoidably near to her!
Albeit unsightly, the creature politely
Said, "Madam, I earnestly vow to you,
I am penitent that I did not bring my hat;
Otherwise, I should certainly bow to you."
Though anxious to please, he was so ill at ease
That he lost all his sense of propriety
And grew so inept that he clumsily stepped
In her plate -- which is barred by society.
This curious error completed her terror;
She shuddered and, growing much paler, not
Only left tuffet but dealt him a buffet
Which doubled him up in a sailor-knot!
It must be explained that at this he was pained.
He cried, "I have vexed you, no doubt of it!
Your fist's like a truncheon!" "You're still in my luncheon,"
Was all that she answered. "Get out of it."
The moral is this: Be it madam or miss
To whom you have something to say,
You're only absurd when you get in the curd,
But you're rude when you get in the whey.

I couldn't resist the "most unavoidably near to [him]." :)


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Female Human (Taldan) Bard (archaeologist) 2

"No, I don't think so," Docia cautions the mongrelmen. "This dance floor is crowded enough as it is." Retrieving a brass key from a belt pouch, she points it toward the newly-opened door and turns it, speaking a command, and the door closes again in the lizard's face.

cast open/close


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Doomed Hero, I agree. The movie was beautiful to look at and listen to, but I had serious problems with lazy writing.

In addition to what you say above about the inappropriateness of the troll song and the sudden about-face with Hans:

Spoiler:
The parents: They were supposed to be good guys, right? And the trolls are "experts on love?" And yet both were the instigators of the "let's completely isolate Ilsa from all human contact including her sister for their own good" gambit. That should have been the wicked stepfamily/villainous outsider role. I mean, was that their whole plan? Keep her away from everyone forever, and everything will be fine?

Which leads to the big song. "Let It Go" is lovely to the eye and ear, but she's basically saying, "I'm tired of being isolated from everyone in a castle so I'll run up here on a mountain and isolate myself from everyone in a castle, albeit with better clothes and hair!" Was I supposed to be cheering that on? Am I supposed to think she's going to be happy living her life in a big, empty ice palace with no friends or family? The animation and music told me I was, but once again, running away from one's problems doesn't solve them.

Kristoff was raised by the trolls. So who were those dozens of men he was working with in the opening? It sure looked like he belonged with them. Where'd they go? And once again the troll "love experts" have resulted in an isolated young adult who shuns human contact.

And then the whole resolution made no sense. "Love can melt a frozen heart." (Once again, exactly the opposite advice given by the supposedly-good parents and trolls.) So... her just saying that makes the snow go away? Or ... believing it for the first time? Or ... what just happened?

Like I said, beautiful animation, beautiful music, some great characters and good laughs ... but it made my head hurt trying to work out what exactly happened with the plot.


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A female judge in every round! Thanks for listening, Paizo! :D


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Orthos wrote:
It's like Seoni suddenly exploded into a succubus.

Thank you! I wondered if I was the only one who immediately thought 'Seoni's evil brunette identical twin a la Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie.' Same dress, same tattoos, same anatomy not found in nature....


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Giants are humanoids with the giant subtype in Pathfinder, unlike 3.x.


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James Jacobs on Golarion elves' eyes:

James Jacobs wrote:
Stratagemini wrote:
The eyes of elves in Golarion. I really like the way that you've used them to distinguish Golarion from other settings, it makes your elves look a lot cooler, but, are they monochromatic or do they just happen to have really big irises? I've seen both in the art you've released across the various books. Also, Half-elves, do they generally have elven eyes or human eyes?

Elven eyes are monochromatic... until you get up close and see there are indeed irises and pupils and all that... they just look weird. They do not have "whites" to their eyes... except when artists mess up and we don't catch the error in time...

Half elves have human eyes, but the eyes are often weird colors like red, bright green, purple, or the like.

He's the creator of Golarion and in charge of setting lore, so he ought to know.


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FLite wrote:

when multiclassing, assuming you are looking at a true multiclass as opposed to a 1-3 level dip, at 10th level, often you are playing a lvl 5/5 character with lvl 10 hps/BAB/Save/Skills, but lvl 5 powers.

The Hybrid class, at 10th level, you are playing a character with lvl 10 hps/BAB/Save/Skills, but lvl 8 powers (but minus some of the powers).

Which is exactly why I'd like to see a solution for all multiclassing instead of Paizo just picking their favorite multiclass combinations and making them cooler. All these hybrid classes do is leave the less "popular" multiclass combinations even further behind.


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Caedwyr wrote:
It'd be cool if they decided to create a multiclass archetype system that allows players to blend different classes with the right multiclass archetype.

This, a million times. Instead of playing the Paizo-approved multiclass options, none of the ten being combinations that interest me, I'd really like to have a set of sorta-multiclass/sorta-gestalt rules that would allow me to make the combinations I want to play without being crippled by missing out on all the high-level abilities of both classes.

No, I've never wanted to play a bard-barian, but I'd sure like my rogue/cleric of Desna not to be as much of a liability as she is, since she doesn't have the divine spells the AP expects her to have at her level and just keeps falling further behind. Or play the ranger/witch I once played in a gestalt game without being both a crappy ranger and a crappy witch in relation to level-appropriate encounters.


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I've always played it the second way: "When moving in this way" -- i.e., through a threatened square, but not when you're moving through unthreatened squares. Like difficult terrain: only the designated squares count as two. I've no idea if it's RAW or not, though.


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ShadowcatX wrote:
Also, the aasimar and tiefling races did give the proficiencies until the ARG came out.

Not in February 2010 or November 2010 or March 2011 or July 2011 (where the rules team specifically declined to add to or contradict the ruling by saying no response was required to FAQ clicks).

Should there be a line spelling out that the traits don't apply to 0-HD races? Yeah, there should. But they put it in the ARG, the one book specifically devoted to running non-core races as PCs; hard to argue that that's not where it belongs.


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Paizo's shipping system had some glitches this month that put them behind schedule. Pretty much everyone's order is pending, which means that they've started the shipping process for the month but haven't finished it yet. It's scheduled to take two weeks to get everything out the door, and several Customer Service people have been in the warehouse boxing product rather than answering phones or e-mails the last few days.

That said, right now it's the weekend, and they won't be in the office again until Monday morning, so you shouldn't expect anyone to able to get back to you about your specific order until then.

There's a sticky thread in the customer service forum about the issues they've been experiencing to keep everyone up to date. It's always worthwhile checking up there to see if anything unusual is going on. Ultimately, you were just unfortunate enough to place a regular order when they were in the middle of their monthly shipping rush; things usually ship more quickly when they're not also shipping subscriptions. (I placed an order a few weeks ago that shipped the next day because they weren't handling subscriptions, but my current subscription order has been pending at least a week now.)


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Also, as you're in the Beginner Box forum, there are adventures written specifically for Beginner Box rules, albeit mostly by third-party publishers.


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Thus far, that level of poisoner has really paid off. :)


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Lord_Malkov wrote:
Just first want to add that although a natural roll of 20 (natural meaning before any modifiers) is a critical threat you then have to roll another attack roll against AC to confirm the crit. So if you roll a 20 and then roll a miss.. this is not a critical hit but just a regular hit.

Gosh, yes, sorry, this. I was trying to be very methodical and go step by step, and I still managed to skip the confirmation roll. :P

Every day, I'm grateful that I started playing back in AD&D and was able to incorporate the rules as the complexity evolved from edition to edition. Starting from scratch in 3.x/PF can be overwhelming.


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As long as they still have stock of the original AP volumes in their store, they'd be shooting themselves in the foot to produce an new, improved, cheaper hardcover compilation because it would mean that no one would ever buy the old, inferior, more expensive option and they'd lose all their investment on remaining copies. And the sale-depressing effect doesn't even wait until a hardcover is produced or announced: If people believe that Paizo will be producing a hardcover CotCT or Second Darkness within the next x years, it makes them less likely to buy the volumes still in stock, which, ironically, makes it less likely Paizo will ever make the hardcover.

They also have to keep in mind the possibility of people dropping their AP subscription because "all the good ones will come out in hardcover eventually." And, yeah, Paizo could make it clear that a compilation is a special case not to be repeated ... but frankly, that's just what they did with RotRL, Vic going so far as to post this:

Vic Wertz wrote:

Seriously, guys, please stop asking for other compilations. It's not going to happen, and I don't want people who don't read carefully thinking it's likely to happen.

One of the main reasons for not doing this one is that just having the notion out there that we *might* do this for other APs is harmful. I'd really appreciate it if everybody would help squash that idea whenever and wherever it is raised.

This is a unique circumstance.

And yet threads like this pop up once every six weeks or so, it seems.

Personally, I'd love hardcover compilations; I'm not just here to rain on people's parades. But Paizo has made it clear that it's not in the cards and that they'd like people not even to discuss it lest people think it's a possibility because it hurts their business.


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One of the basic underlying assumptions of 3.x and its descendents is that you have one toolbox out of which to build PCs, NPCs, monsters, everything in the campaign world.

Some feats which suck for PCs are perfect for an NPC or monster build. Situational "niche" feats are bad for PCs because they can't afford to specialize; they have to be able to defeat a wide variety of situations. However, for an NPC who is only going to have to fight one encounter in its brief, unsung life, that feat might be just what the DM is looking for to challenge his players.

Teamwork feats, for example, are awful for PCs (except inquisitors). PCs generally spread out to fight rather than advance in adjacent squares. But they're fantastic for the DM to pit the PCs against a well-trained army of mooks who are more powerful as a unit than individually.

Part of people saying it's okay that some feats are better than others, imo, is not them saying more experienced players ought to get better stuff than newbies but saying that some feats are meant for PCs, some for specialized campaigns and one-shots, and some for NPCs and monsters and the far side of the DM screen. That said, it's my impression that the upcoming Advanced Strategy Guide (probably the wrong title) will do something to help new players distinguish between feats that are beneficial to their build and those that will never or rarely be useful.

EDIT: Just "Strategy Guide." There it is.


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Ciaran Barnes wrote:
No needs for a FAQ. As a matter of fact, I believe that if you begin a full attack, you can change it to a standard if you only use one of your attacks. Perhaps someone will expound on that.

The rule is referred to by Gauss above. Here's the text:

PRD>Combat>Actions in Combat>Full-Round Actions>Full Attack>Deciding between an Attack or a Full Attack wrote:
After your first attack, you can decide to take a move action instead of making your remaining attacks, depending on how the first attack turns out and assuming you have not already taken a move action this round. If you've already taken a 5-foot step, you can't use your move action to move any distance, but you could still use a different kind of move action.


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New sidebar organization looks great, guys. Makes for a long left sidebar, but much easier to get to what you want to get to. I used to have the worst time finding stuff in the store from the messageboards.


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Eudocia Fairday wrote:
An unconscious creature is automatically considered willing

Every time I have to refer to that rule, it gives me the heebie-jeebies. The "She didn't say no" defense. :P


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PRD>Combat>Actions in Combat>Free Actions wrote:

Speak

In general, speaking is a free action that you can perform even when it isn't your turn. Speaking more than a few sentences is generally beyond the limit of a free action.


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Awesome, Liz!


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Is his PC a class where his alignment matters? If not, just let him have CG written on his paper, and you're free to consider him NE (the "looking out for self-interest" alignment) in your mind.

I agree with you that his PC isn't acting CG, but I've never seen an alignment debate end well.


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Dude, you don't have your spellbook? You've got three spells plus one from arcane bond to cast until we're out of here and back on the surface? That's like Ginger not taking her makeup and full wardrobe on the Minnow's three-hour tour.


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An addendum: PDFs "early" isn't an official part of the subscription pitch. It often works out that way, but the Customer Service thread right now is alive with subscribers who still haven't received their shipping notice a week after people could purchase the PDFs in the Paizo store, and some of them are feeling particularly poorly done by because they expect their PDFs before street date.

Free PDFs are a promised perk. Early PDFs should not be relied on.


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brent norton wrote:
If something happens to where you can not do that send us an email saying as such with an apology.

Isn't that what Sara Marie did in the first post in this thread? Granted, it's neither an e-mail nor an apology, but they were upfront about not all subscriptions being shipped before Gen Con.

Sara Marie wrote:

Paizo Subscriptions, Battles and Comics for people choosing "hold for monthly"

  • Estimated Auth (order spawning): August 8th
  • Estimated ship start: August 12
  • Estimated ship finish: August 23

You might notice there is a two week timeframe for shipping the main August shipment. This is due to part of our warehouse staff being at Gen Con and part because there is just so much coming out in August.


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It is an issue. What if the fighter wants to be an orphan of Riftwardens and ends up with +4 to overcome SR? What does he do with that bonus?

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