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Liz Courts

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Webstore Gninja Minion. RPG Superstar 2013 Star Voter, 2014 Star Voter. FullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 8,390 posts (17,929 including aliases). No reviews. 1 list. 6 wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 10 aliases.


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Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Typo fixed in first post. Carry on!

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[redacted]: I believe the tech team mascot is caltrops.


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Answer: I have standards.

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Shem wrote:

I got mine today and when through it. I do not think Paizo should be allowed to use this book...

Too late. Several copies were hand-delivered to staff throughout the building.

To those PCs that are about to die, we salute you.

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Qakisst Vishtani wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy: Have at least one rank in two different Craft skills and two different Profession skills.
Hey Liz, can I have two different Perform checks instead of two Professions (when not a bard)?

Nope. John le Carré's characters didn't appear to be the singing and dancing type. :P

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Snorter wrote:
Can anyone confirm if contributor copies have been sent?

Contributor copies are being sent separately.

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy: Have at least one rank in two different Craft skills and two different Profession skills.


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...Am I evil?

Spoiler:
Yes I am

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Now available—and FREE!

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Brian E. Harris wrote:
If this has already been covered and someone has a link for me, sweet, but, why isn't this part of a subscription?

Because a lot of people who subscribe to the Pathfinder RPG line (which this book is a part of) are not the target audience for this book—it's geared more towards people that do not have 10+ years of d20 system mastery. After including the Beginner Box with RPG subscriptions, Paizo got a lot of feedback from customers asking not to include such material in their subscriptions by default.

Quote:
Are there any other books lately (say, last 18 months or so) that I may have missed because they aren't part of a sub?

Emerald Spire and Rise of the Runelords Anniversary Edition are the ones that I can immediately recall.

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Ashley: Dear coffee pot cleric: please take the first offering of holy juice. I didn't make it and so should not reap the benefits of the initial cup.

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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James Jacobs wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:
Hayato Ken wrote:
....I do hope it won´t all be somehow conquered and colonized territory....
Don't worry. I'll fight that approach as much as I possibly can. :)
And since I'm on the same page entirely as Adam... he won't have to fight that approach at all.

Hooray. :D

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Tribe303 wrote:
If the Chinese printer screwed up as it appears, I bet someone has already been sent to a gulag for it.

This is a really extreme reaction, and really uncalled for. An interesting fact is that we've had more people complain about the print quality of our products when it's printed in North America than when it's printed in China.

mach1.9pants wrote:
I thin Paizo should make the PDF available for purchase, and reimburse/charge $10 less to subscribers who should get one for free on the processing of their phsical book order/sub. Less of a wait for the desperate! :D

Trying to get this set up and functioning correctly is a technical hurdle we do not need on our plates right now, to be honest.

mach1.9pants wrote:

Paizo do this for people who order a PDF of a 3PP and then it comes out as a bundle at a later time.

It means everyone can get the PDF now, not next year, including subscribers who don't get charged extra. Paizo get the money earlier, too! WIN WIN!

Third-party bundles are handled in an entirely different manner, and there are a number of hoops and manual hand-holding that needs to be done when this happens. Trying to do something similar with our own products opens up a whole different can of worms.

hawkmoon269 wrote:
Well, I think the Advanced Class Guide getting the wrong logo wasn't the printer's fault. And my sense is that the card game isn't printed by the same printers as the RPG line.

Correct and correct.

Matt Thomason wrote:

The biggest issue with this is many of the people that want it ASAP and get the PDF may end up deciding they don't really need the print product after all, while if it had come out simultaneously they may have picked up both.

Lots of print books sitting unsold in Paizo's inventory is a bad thing, and probably far worse for business than disappointing people with a delay.
Paul Watson wrote:
Also, Paizo try very hard not to make bricks and mortar stores mad at them by selling through their website earlier than the street date. This would seem to come close to this, so it's probably unlikely.

Both of these things, yes.

Having another delay on this book is immensely frustrating for everybody here at Paizo, but we would rather have a book delayed to meet our production standards than sell sub-standard product.

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Terminalmancer wrote:
Wow. How does that even happen? Is there a transition point where the ink is dry enough to look dry, but still damp enough to transfer given pressure and time?

There is, but there's also a lot of environmental factors (relative humidity, the density of the ink on the rollers) that could have affected things.

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Katina: Death is the ultimate break!

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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The PDF Sale does not stack with the Pathfinder Advantage discount—generally speaking, only the greater of discounts will apply when you shop on Paizo.com, with the exception of our holiday card discount.

Joseph Davis wrote:
Feros wrote:
Joseph Davis wrote:

David: 30.1...

Thanks Paizo, now I'm sad ;)

Really? My choices saved David...he was happy in the end.
He was in mine too, just a sad situation in that whole... thing...

I had to set the game down for a few days after the Overlord DLC. That was...trying. But the payoff in ME3...

Spoiler:

David Archer: “I’ve been counting.”
Shepard: “Anything in particular?”
David Archer: “The number of days you lengthened my life.”

(Also, I really had to make a Mass Effect reference on N7 Day. :D )

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Katina: We need more sacrifices. Is anyone swinging by the virgin and goat store later?
Ashley: Well, I was going to go to the post office first.
Sara: They won't let me in any more since the last incident.

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Does it have a declaration of Open Game Content?

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Color print editions now available for preorder!

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Print Edition is now available!

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I spy...with my little eye... a print edition now available!

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Changed the title to remove "my girlfriend"—the question is pretty universal. :)

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Diego: I don't have an umbrella. Because I haven't had to deal with the terror of having water fall from the sky before

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Changed thread title to something less fighty. "Hate" is an awfully strong word, and shouldn't be used so lightly.

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The Tiger Lord wrote:
Is that Sully from Monster Inc. eating the Goblin?

Yes. Fortunately the goblin survived.

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Un-spiked chained, eh?

If it was spiked, people would have said it was overpowered and feat-taxed...then asked if it was PFS-legal... :D

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Gary: Why is this dinosaur sticky?

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B~@*#in' Meat Car: Your mount (or animal companion or familiar that can be ridden) survives to level 10 without dying or being replaced.

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Now available—and on sale until November 4th!

Paizo Employee * Webstore Gninja Minion

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It is?
*waves hands around frantically*
It is!

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Me: So a pirate and a dinosaur walk into Paizo...
Katina: Stop me if you've heard this one before!

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Christopher Anthony wrote:
I think you may have succumbed to the ghoul fever going around the office.

Something something longpork.

...Who wants carnitas?

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Cosmo: Did... did Master Chief just walk by my office?

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Caedwyr, you seem to lamenting the point that we're opting to interpret a concept mechanically different than how others have done it. By your logic, does that mean that Paizo should get upset by the fact third-party publishers are choosing to interpret the base mechanics in a different way? Should Paizo get upset about talented rangers and rogues? Over spell-less rangers? Detectives? People are going to have different interpretations of different themes, and the Open Gaming License *encourages* people to do that. You are no more required to use Paizo's interpretations than you are the third-party versions. Paizo opted not to use the point system for psionics—Dreamscarred has done more than a fine job regarding filling that niche for customers looking for that, and stepping on their toes for that is not something that is going to happen.

Next, on the topic of using third-party material in Pathfinder books—contrary to common belief, Paizo freelancers and even Paizo staff do *not* automatically get access to third-party material. Using these materials means that the freelancer must have access to it, rules will have to be added to the text written (eating up precious word count), and the developers also need access to it. There's a whole logistical chain that makes adding third-party material more difficult than you might believe, but it's not insignificant. (Also, you might not believe the sheer *volume* of Pathfinder compatible material that's available. It's enormous—thousands of products, and I'm not talking about our own.)

In conclusion, not every interpretation of a concept is going to be work for everybody. That's the beauty of the Open Game License and Open Game Content—we *can* make something that appeals to our design sensibilities, and others can do the same for themselves.

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Cosmo: His coffee gained sentience and began berating him on the dangers of diabetes.

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Ben Wooten did the gnoll art—check out the lineup here.

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Removed posts and their replies—it's utterly uncalled for to make personal attacks, people. Let's keep this about awesome geek parents and their kids, thank you.


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*looks at her copy of Etherscope, smiles as well*

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I'm fairly certain that it's been stated that Paizo didn't want to do psionics (or rather, psychic magic) in Golarion until Paizo figured out *how* they were going to work in the setting—Occult Adventures is that way. Dreamscarred Press's Ultimate Psionics is one way to do it, and there's certainly nothing stopping you from using it if that's your preference.

Webstore Gninja Minion

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Have a good character, evil character, and a character with a Charisma score lower than 8 in the same party.


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Liranys wrote:
I'm your Huckleberry Volunteer for something insane (ex. Head of Vecna)

You May Go Now: Adjust an NPC's attitude towards an ally from hostile to indifferent or better with a Diplomacy or Intimidate check.

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captain yesterday wrote:

Are you two seriously ganging up on Orthos over this?

we were having a nice relevatory conversation on our different perspectives due to our upbringing, keep the noise and negativity in the rules forum:)

Keep the negativity off these forums entirely, thank you, unless you're planning to be constructive about it.


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Kitchen Sink: Complete an adventure in every nation of the Inner Sea.
...And the Bar, Too: And also the Dragon Empires.
Do Not Call Up That Which You Cannot Put Down: Have a summon spell go awry and deal with the consequences.
You'll Only Die Tired: Kill an enemy with a long-distance spell or with ranged weapon beyond the first range increment.
Sound and Fury, Signifying Nothing: Deal nonlethal damage with a sonic attack.
Keepin' It Classy: Play each of the base and alternate classes.


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Debuffed: Be afflicted with every condition in the game.
This Doesn't Seem Physically Possible: Get every condition in the game in the same combat.

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