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Yes. I have coordinated with John Compton to make sure that Flip-Mats and Map Packs being used in this year's scenarios will be available at the booth.
*arrives in a cloud of brimstone, vanilla, nutmeg, and cinnamon-scented smoke*
And time for some examples!
And as an addendum, I Am Not A Lawyer. I just happen to see a lot of third-party products cross my inbox and by necessity have to look at the Pathfinder Compatibility License frequently. :D
You remember the Takasi rating.
You realize that Eberron will one day be the default setting for D&D, and thus all adventures not set in Eberron should be easily convertible into Eberron with minimal changes.
Damn, I *still* need to use all those Eberron books on my shelf...and that investigator class would fit in *so* well in that setting...
Barachiel Shina wrote:
Because it's really really expensive to print hardcover (as opposed to softcover). Most books are assembled in multiples of 16. Our Free RPG Day modules are 16 pages, Companions 32, Campaign Setting 64, Adventure Paths (and new Modules) 96 pages. In order to make hardcovers more cost effective, a book would need to meet a minimum number of pages (my personal guess is 128 pages).
I really want to like this book, but I've been reading the blog previews and I wonder if a lot of the classes were written with a different play style in mind than my own. Or maybe that's how the previews are written/geared toward. I didn't get that feeling from APG, UM or UC or their previews. But something in these previews makes it feel different to me and that is making it harder for me to really like or get into this book right now.
Previews only show a small portion of the book—if you're hesitant, wait until you have a chance to see the book in its entirety through your FLGS and then make a decision. :D
That's the idea behind Open Game Content... Anybody, Paizo or third-party publishers, can take Open Game Content and run with it. And people have.
Removed several posts and replies. Take a step back from the keyboard. Go outside. Enjoy life. Maybe roll some dice. Play an all-paladin game. Something. But remember it's a game and you should be enjoying yourself, and how you enjoy the game may not be the same for somebody else. Both ways are right.
Insain Dragoon wrote:
We have entire forums dedicated for this purpose—please use them.