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Liz Courts

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Webstore Gninja Minion. RPG Superstar 2013 Star Voter, 2014 Star Voter, 2015 Star Voter. FullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 9,016 posts (18,592 including aliases). No reviews. 1 list. 6 wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 10 aliases.


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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.
Consistently bringing up these two topics when speaking of LGBTQIA rights is not only irrelevant, but insulting. Stop doing it.
Please keep this thread on-topic and respectful of other posters opinions. If you feel something is not within our Community Guidelines, flag it and move on.

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Locking thread—while this thread appeared to have been made in jest, additional comments do not appear to have been done in the same spirit.

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Now available (and welcome, Gungnir Gamedev)!

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Please keep it civil, thank you. This is a fairly subjective topic, and we would all do well to remember that we play the game differently.

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Now available!

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Jumping to conclusions is not helping this discussion at all. Please keep in mind the Community Guidelines and keep the discussion clean (as clean as possible regarding this topic at any rate).

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Thank you for posting your apology Ssyvan—no harm done. :)

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*flings PDFs out into the ether*
Unfortunately grimdog73, you did not make the cut for the first 10. If you received a free PDF, I'm sure that Flaming Crab Games would appreciate a review.

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Removed a post. Popcorn posts aren't helpful.

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Moved thread.

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1.) Yes (you need both).
2.) Yes.

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!)

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If there are any, it will be on the publisher's website here.

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Now available!

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Now available!

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion , Star Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014, Star Voter 2015

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Huzzah! Good game, I can't wait to promote your module further!

Good Ninja Minion

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*sniffles*

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Katina: Stop imposing your raisins on me!

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Timitius wrote:
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. :'(

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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

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Barillas wrote:
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?

Relevant (long) topic thread on why we don't reprint.

Short answer: We are not planning to reprint these titles. Typically the only products we reprint are the hardcover products, as those are considered "evergreen" titles. Some of the items on the list are fairly recent—a pretty good indicator that they're more popular than we anticipated. We have no plans to go completely digital—we like the feel of books in our hands here. Many of these titles are available in a digital form, though things like the cards and miniatures are not.

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Redacted: I think you are confusing true love and mescaline again.

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Dragon78 wrote:
Also what is this pic taken from?

A presentation at GAMA earlier this week.

Quote:
Will this discussion that is showing off the iconics be online?

I hope so! :D

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Rysky wrote:
Pretty sure Comcast and Liz are rival G'ninja clans.

ಠ_ಠ

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Welcome, welcome! So glad your work has appeared in Wayfinder!

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Now available!


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Karui Kage wrote:
I love a good Kung Fu Hustle reference.

I wanna grow up to be the Landlady.

So. Much.

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GarnathFrostmantle wrote:
Oh well have you tried the pathfinder wiki? i forget the web address.

Pathfinderwiki.com.

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Julie: AAAAAH why would you link me to a steamsale!?
Julie: ;_;
Ashley: oh julie
Katina: Poor Julie.
Katina: You will learn.
Ashley: I'm sorry this is how you're being introduced to Liz's death attack (wallet)
Sara: poor julie's wallet
Me: >:D
Sara: Liz is wallet gninja
Tanis: ^^
Lissa: ^^^
Me: I will find your weakness.
Me: I will study it.
Me: And then I will strike when you least expect.
Katina: Liz has a very particular set of skills.
Julie: Many tears


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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.
Be kind to each other, please-and-thank-you. :)

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Robot Chris: you people are horrible
Robot Chris: but I <3 you

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Probably best to move the future AP speculation to a new thread in the appropriate forum, rather than here.

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Cyrad wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Cyrad wrote:
Are the tombs mapped?
Yes.
Did you just cast animate objects? Because money is flying out my wallet.

I have death attack (wallet) and favored enemy (gaming budget) as class abilities.

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Excellent! I can't wait to read more about future events. :)

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Actually, "Charter" subscribers signed up before there was a product to release, if I'm remembering things correctly...


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LoneKnave wrote:
Which kinda begs the question: why tell people that you don't have an issue with something? What could that possibly achieve?

Because positive reinforcements and compliments are pretty cool.

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Dial back the finger-pointing and hostility. Keep it civil, please.

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Jessica Price wrote:
Mark Moreland wrote:
We have not had interns for almost a year. After what happened to the last few
Shhhhh. We don't talk about what happened to the last interns.

They knew what it was to be roasted in the depths of the Slor that day, I can tell you!

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Insain Dragoon wrote:
Also if that's how you view the people who make up your market then it's no wonder we have problems.

My view of the people making up the market involves them being able to make a reasoned complaint about things they're unhappy with without resorting to personal attacks, no matter their stance. If you've construed a different view from my statements, let me make it clear: I want people to make their feelings and opinions known. I do not think it's necessary to be delivered with the level of personal vitriol and attacks that get thrown about (the matches in my analogy). I don't disagree with the argument; I disagree with the manner it's being delivered in.

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Insain Dragoon wrote:
I don't know what the specific problem is.

That's the thing, it's usually not any *one* specific thing; it's a confluence of them adding up to the result that you (and others) were not happy with your book.

Insain Dragoon wrote:
Don't release a book that broken and don't spend 2 months after release ignoring the complaints as your forums burn.

Forums are less likely to burn if people don't carry matches looking to start a bonfire. Complaints are valid and necessary to improving our products, but the tone they're presented with makes all the difference.

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Insain Dragoon wrote:
Isn't E3/Gencon for premiering future products?

It's for both, in my experience.

Insain Dragoon wrote:
If taking an extra month of internal playtesting and review were what it took for Paizo to release an A+ quality book then I know your players would be patient enough to wait an extra month.

People would still complain that it wasn't enough, no matter what we did. :D

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Insain Dragoon wrote:

Of all that I can answer one question.

"What about missing GenCon releases, the biggest hobby show of the year? Is that acceptable?"

Yes definitely. If your two choices are to release a sub-par book or to miss Gencon then I know every player would prefer you miss Gencon.

Your opinion has been noted, but I doubt you speak for all players and GMs.

bugleyman wrote:

Liz, I think most of the comments in this thread are predicated on the idea that the ACG errata is done (or nearly so), and the outstanding question is simply whether it should be held until the first printing of the book is sold-out. I know my mine were.

In a more general sense, of course more errata would be nice, but I appreciate that resources are not infinite.

Much like Chris, I have no insight onto the status of errata for the Advanced Class Guide (or any other book), but sometimes even our best plans to get things out in a timely manner are laid low (no matter which department it's in).

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Rynjin wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Tryn wrote:

Wouldn't it be more customer and company friendly to simply release the errata as .pdf once is ready? (Similar to patches/hotfixes for computer games)

Local game stores are also our customers, and invalidating their inventory on a just-released title is not good for them.

So...you're operating under the logic that:

A.) Nobody who shops at a game store has access to the internet.

and

B.) Releasing a document saying "These are the changes that will be made to the book" invalidates the inventory...which also benefits from the errata document regardless.

Not to be rude but I don't think you thought this statement out very well.

Releasing an errata PDF is a win for the customers. They can buy the first print, and still have all the necessary updates.

It is a win for you, because more people will be willing to buy a broken product with a fix than a broken product with no fix.

Nothing changes for the game store. People either buy the books or they don't.

I'm operating under the logic of there's more factors involved here than a simple "fix it, print it, ship it". Game stores (generally speaking) can't return product once they've bought it, so immediately having a new edition of a book in distribution channels renders their current stock obsolete. (And no, not everybody who walks into a game store has reliable Internet access to get errata PDFs.)

Then there's a question of internal work flow. Do we make corrections to older products in favor of new products? Are we willing to let books slip on the schedule for it? What about missing GenCon releases, the biggest hobby show of the year? Is that acceptable? There are only so many hours and people in the day to get these tasks done (and yes, we've said this numerous times before).

Now, to clarify my point further, I know that folks would like updates and erratas more frequently—that is certainly understandable, and I think we all want that. It's just that's a lot more to it than saying "fix it, fix it, fix it!"

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Tryn wrote:

Wouldn't it be more customer and company friendly to simply release the errata as .pdf once is ready? (Similar to patches/hotfixes for computer games)

Local game stores are also our customers, and invalidating their inventory on a just-released title is not good for them.

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Tels wrote:

Doesn't human resources also frown upon that? Does James Jacobs even count for human resources? Do you guys have a dinosaur resources there too? I mean, between having a T-Rex for a Creative Director and Warehouse Raptors...

Have the raptors been fed recently? Or have the interns been behaving?

Paizo is an Equal Opportunity Employer: we do not discriminate between humanoids and other creature types.

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Now available—and I think I know this "Black Diamond Games" name...

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I would hope those that got the product for free would at least give the product a review...

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Rysky wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:

Robot Chris: dinosaur spam is best spam

Lissa: Well, I can't argue with that.

Why are you eating James?!?!

... Is he yummy?

We do not eat coworkers. It impinges upon their productivity.

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Robot Chris: dinosaur spam is best spam
Lissa: Well, I can't argue with that.

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Rite Publishing wrote:
Jeff Grubb did it much earlier with Minder A female dwarf whose mind was been transferred to a golem, in the forgotten realms comic book :)

There's also Shale from Dragon Age.

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