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What is your opinion of the game so far? Where will it go from here? [A thread dedicated to give each person their opinion]
I only logged in once, and it was for about 20-25 minutes. Backgrounds loaded randomly, I had to click on every NPC to see if they were quest/tutorial related, and the coolest thing I could do was jump, frankly. I did not enjoy the experience, so I logged out and uninstalled.
So, the reward for not doing what they said they would is to leave them in office, simply because the alternative is percieved as worse?
How is this philosophy any different than blindly voting down party lines?
What I meant was, if a 3PP spent the time, energy and possibly money to market a successful idea, then Paizo just co-opted it, that 3PP would suddenly find him or herself out of money, because people would cease to purchase their product, and buy the "official" Paizo product, and there would be nothing the 3PP could do about it, because OGL.
You're basicaly saying it would have been a great idea if in 2010-2012 WotC, seeing that 4th ED wasn't as successful as Pathfinder, took the work Jason and the others put into Pathfinder, and re-released a repackaged "3.75" system as their own, simply because they could, just to make it 'more official'.
A lot of folks would have seen this kind of thing in a very poor light, and then WotC would have ultimately lost even more customers in that backlash.
Why would anyone think this is a good idea if Paizo did this?
Kryzbyn, I already pointed out what made Soulcleave feel so insulted. JJwolven's post stated why specifically.
Not really, but it's not necessary for me to understand.
I am a fan and supporter of DSP, and have contributed to every kickstarter they've had except for the figs.
I also like the new book, and will most likely use it along side the others. I do not perscribe to the idea of "Bloat bad!" as more options are a good thing.
So the feeling of being slapped in the face has been for a while now, since before Psionics Unleashed, Paizo had said they would not be doing a point-based psionics book. They have said from the beginning their idea of a psionics book would not be like XPH, and would fit the mold of the current casting mechanics. They have never said nor alluded to ever making DSPs rules "canon". Like I said in another post, folks have been asking Paizo for psionics rules since at least 2009, and this has always been their answer.
Hence, I do not understand this reaction.
I do not understand this reaction.
Barachiel Shina wrote:
I do not believe this will happen at all.DSP will never be allowed in PFS (I do not believe any 3rd party content is), so it won't be an issue there.
For non-PFS groups where flavor matters, there is enough of a distinction between DSPs Psionics line and this to be able to use both side by side.
If the dream was to be able to play a DSP Psionic class in PFS, that was never meant to be, my friend.
I also find the claim they do not listen to their customer base a bit off, as people have been asking for psionic content from Paizo since 2009. Now, we have the playtest for it. How is this not listening to their customers?
Male Kobold (Young Adult Black dragon) Gestalt Sorceror/Oracle 16 Necromancer; Champion of Death
** spoiler omitted **
::I love you more than you can imagine, and it's still less than you deserve.::he says with much conviction, no room for doubt or regret.
::I will be here for you always, until the next life.::
Something brings a smile to his face, as he casts status on his mate, hugging and kissing her before she departs.
Saw this on facebook. As a Nebraksan this irritates me that it happened here, but not suprising, tbh.As a Christian, it infuriates me that being such was used as an excuse to treat folks this way.
I can't help but think it was Cabela's that did this. It's the only major national hunting/sporting/camping store I can think of that started and is owned by Nebraskans.
Until I hear otherwise, they will no longer get my business.
I had a campaign where they worshipped themselves.
They raided surface elves for experimentation and extinction, feeling they were doing evolution's work.