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Removed a few posts and their replies. The topic of polygamy and pedophilia is NOT relevant to the thread topic AT ALL. Drop it.
1.) Yes (you need both).
I put together an unofficial checklist and explanation of the licenses in these documents for a PaizoCon workshop last year. If you have additional questions, please post them, as many third-party publishers also visit these boards can help you out. (This is not a substitute for consulting a lawyer, though!)
Try poking around the Adventure Finder.
My goal is to go back and do this for the Adventure Paths (since that is our core line), but it is a manual process and does take a little bit of time to assemble (time that I am sadly short on).
PathfinderWiki.com does an excellent job of pointing out sources for their article. I would definitely use that site as a reference.
This harkens back to the early days of the messageboards, the era of the Lords of the Boards, so to speak. I know many here on the boards now weren't around then, but it was the beginnings of the Paizo community, and Mike exemplified that strong connection and interaction that Paizo is known for today.
It was the days of high adventure, before the oceans drank Azlant, and the rise of Thrice-Damned Thrune."Gninja" is an appellation that I picked up during my interactions with Mike, and like many others, started me on the path of freelance writing with his encouragement. (Sadly my pitch for ninja-themed magic items died when the magazine licenses ended, but still, he was one the first professionals to encourage me.)
He is sorely missed. :'(
R Pickard wrote:
But for what it’s worth, I’d rather be called DeathQuaker or DQ, and otherwise Rep or RP. I don’t mind initializing nicknames, which is a pretty common practice on message boards these days, and there are even people IRL who know my real name who call me “DQ” instead. ;)
Heh. For the first couple of weeks that I worked here, my co-workers still referred to me as "Lilith." :D
I'm confused. Does this mean that these products are all going out of print? With some of the older material sure, to free up warehouse space, but some of this stuff is fairly new. Does this mean Paizo is looking to go entirely digital in the near future?
Julie: AAAAAH why would you link me to a steamsale!?
I think the thing to remember that on any potentially contentious or hot button topic is to embrace the fact that every person's experiences are different. Too often people jump to post something to the contrary, or to say things to the effect of "well that doesn't happen to me/people I know." It brings up an atmosphere of dismissiveness, which is exactly the opposite sort of approach to take.