Liz Courts

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Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
Oooooo that would make for a nice combat zone in the mountains and underground. I can see this map getting lots of use in all sorts of campaigns, not just space based ones ^w^

Fun times with difficult terrain. :P

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The more time I spend looking at the book, the more I like the Elder Influences. It's been awhile since I've seen a genuinely different sort of challenge in the game, and some of them are just evil. XD ...Which is a funny reaction for me, given how much I prefer to associate Mythos stuff with CN... I absolutely love grimoires and I expected to like those the most, so this change has been a (pleasant) surprise.
Yay! Glad you're enjoying those influences; they were a blast to write, and it was a lot of fun getting the chance to do some design stuff that took encounters in a new direction. And trying to figure out how to make things work for some truly non-Euclidean concepts that Sandy came up with (I'm still in awe of his ideas for how Hastur works!).

Those were really really really fun to read when I was laying them out. Shubby is still my favorite. <3

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*waves a tentacle in GM Rednal's direction*

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GM Rednal wrote:
But the layout's great (good size, good font choices), the colors are crisp, the spacing on the sides is juuuuust right...

Thank you! I'm really happy to hear people are liking the layout. ^_^

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Thank you for the cartography kudos, Endzeitgeist!

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Woot!

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Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
I'm looking forward to seeing this one in action. :3
Did you have a hand in this one, Liz?

I designed the initial map turnover for the cartographer.

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Also looking forward to seeing this one in action.

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I'm looking forward to seeing this one in action. :3

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Alex Smith 908 wrote:
This is a damn good pdf. It's even properly bookmarked and hyperlinked.

Thank youuuuuuuu. It was a lot of work.

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I have zero desire for any sort of "separate but equal" award. It would only serve to encourage the sort of "white boys only" club attitude that needs to die.

Send the names of women and minorities to Tonya for consideration for Volunteer of the Year awards.


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All things must end...and this time, it is my chatroom. It's long served its purpose, but I don't have the time to properly monitor, moderate, or maintain it to the extent that I'd like. When I started the chatroom (over 10 years ago), there wasn't any place quite like it on the Internet that was easily accessible. I do take some measure in pride in that, but new places to chat about gaming are available everywhere now.

I've set up a redirect to places where you can find me, but it will take some time for the server to kick in the changes.

Thank you to everybody that spent time in my chat room, and thanks for all the fish. <3

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Oh, hey, I worked on this!

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*slides into thread*
Hi, friend! :D


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Jason Nelson wrote:
I think about 20 Kickstarter backers picked up theirs at GenCon for similar reasons!

And contributors. :P

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Adam B. 135 wrote:
Seeing the PDF preview for the Nexus, something I usually don't think about came to mind. The layout work is exceptional! I love the way the text sits in front of the smoke from the Nexus Iconic art. Usually art and text overlapping bugs me, but this was tasteful.

Thank you Adam! I'm usually not a fan of it myself, but I liked the idea of the iconic "speaking" the phrase in question. :D

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Thank you for the shoutout, Paizo!

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Thanks for the shoutout! <3 I'm looking forward to making this So Damn Pretty. <3

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Brother Fen wrote:
I missed the kickstarter, but I can't wait to get a hold of this! I'm hoping it meshes well with the Mythos work that's come before such as in Wake of the Watcher, Strange Aeons and Shore to Sea.

From everything that I'm seeing, the answer is "yes."

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Matt Goodall wrote:
Thanks again to Liz Courts for more excellent cartography and layout. Looks great!

Thank you! ...Missing doors aside, of course. ;)

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...Oh hey, I should get to work on that... :P

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*sniffles*
Fond voyages! May you always have a psychopomp on your shoulder to guide your way.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Chris Lambertz wrote:
Katina ... otherwise your first born gets turned into a donut hole.
Is an awesome new witch hex idea

*smiles*

*plotty fingers*

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Jason Nelson wrote:
I'm actually uploading to our printers now, and we are on track for a Friday release!

*flexes*


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Makin' pancakes, makin' ragin' pancakes. Makin' pancakes, makin' ragin' pancaaaaaaaaaakes!


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I blame Cosmo for Girl Talk in my playlist.

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Mike Welham wrote:

I loved working on this.

Plus, look at that cover by Liz Courts. The forest shadow looks cute, but it's deadly.

Thanks Mike! ^_^

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That's right, this event is back again! Along with my illustrious cohorts Ashley Kaprielian and Owen K.C. Stephens, we will be discussing the ins & outs of publishing with the Pathfinder (and now Starfinder!) Compatibility License. Don't be afraid: arm yourself with the practical business experience that the three of us are doling out, whether it's regarding working with intellectual property, common pitfalls you'll want to avoid, or tax implications (dun-dun-dunnnnnnn)!

If you can't make this event, never fear: I will be around all weekend if you want a one-on-one Q&A regarding third-party publishing.

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Adam Daigle wrote:
I get to see Lou more than once a year!

HOLY CABBAGE SIGHTINGS!


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*listens*

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Blake isn't gonna say this, but if you want to continue to see Archives of Nethys get updated, you should support him on Patreon. Every bit helps.

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Marco Massoudi wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Ooh, can't wait to see how my critters turned out. :3
Follow-up: super-pleased. :3

That's cool, congratulations. :-)

Do you want to reveal which ones are your creations? ;-)

Muldnal, bore worms, and clockwork excavator.

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Liz Courts wrote:
Ooh, can't wait to see how my critters turned out. :3

Follow-up: super-pleased. :3

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Isabelle Lee wrote:
And Event Horizon.

I was trying to forget about the Kytons...but they won't forget about me... *hears music*

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Rick Kunz wrote:
576-page monster of a campaign setting. Now Available!

580. >.>

If I could describe Aethera's setting, it's like if you mashed Firefly, Ice Pirates, and Krull together, and spiced it up with some Dune, Final Fantasy VI, and Fallout.

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*won't be satisfied until she has the print book in-hand*


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Sara Marie wrote:

katina: ABSORB THEIR SMORES

katina: AND THEIR POWER

Nuuu...not my Smores! ;_;

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*shudders*
Yeah, those kytons are...a thing. Something something Event Horizon.
I'm glad everybody's enjoying the PDF, and this is the point where I ask for feedback on the layout specifically. I added a few things in that hopefully make it more usable for GMs and players alike, and I'd like to hear what does/doesn't work for you.


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Aww, I thought the class was going to get called "bewitched." :P

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Excellent to hear! Don't let the warehouse raptors get you, Thursty!


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Zelgadas Greyward wrote:
Rysky wrote:

Cool!

What's Lilith like?

Lilith (CE female Demon)

Demon Lord of fertility, lust, and seduction.
Favored Weapon: [REDACTED]
Domains: [REDACTED]
Subdomains: [REDACTED]
Inquisitions: [REDACTED]
Mysteries: [REDACTED]
Witch Patron: [REDACTED]
Sometimes pictured as a particularly beautiful succubus, and sometimes pictured as an angelic woman with black, feathery wings, Lilith is the greatest seductress known in the universe. Consort and courtesan to [REDACTED], she has toyed with the darkest, most corrupt hearts that have ever existed, and come out smiling. Some believe she is a fallen [REDACTED], and there is some evidence of this as she and Agrat bat Mahlat refer to one another as sisters. Certainly they have some history together, for they were both temporarily wed to the archdevil Samael (at the same time). Lilith may [REDACTED]
Temples to Lilith are rare except in evil societies. When they do exist openly, they are usually temple brothels. Many priests and priestesses of Lilith are sacred prostitutes. Some serve her faithful, while others go on secret missions to seduce and corrupt.

... I may be having a bit too much fun with the [REDACTED] button.

*raises eyebrow*

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*fist bump*

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Heh Heh Heh.

ghostly voice: Treeeeeeeeeat yoooooooo seeelllllllf

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Dang, I completely missed your review, Endzeitgeist—thanks for the review! And thank you for your feedback as well, Devastation Bob!

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Ooh, can't wait to see how my critters turned out. :3

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The link to the OGL in Section 3 of the Starfinder Compatibility License redirects to the same page, not to an OGL statement.

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Template Fu wrote:
Most contributions - Artist credits : Carlos Torreblanca with 46 credits, Liz Courts firmly in second position with 40.

Curse you, Carlos! *shakes fist*


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I shall be in attendance as well. ^_^

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Nice! Hey, there's a few things with my work in there, too!

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