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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. 7,766 posts (17,222 including aliases). No reviews. 1 list. 5 wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 10 aliases.


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Gorbacz wrote:
CC: What is a man? A miserable little pile of secrets! (tangent: somebody at Paizo really does love his/her Castlevania)
Misroi wrote:
CC: As Gorbacz noted, originally from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, uttered by some Carpathian noble.

That would be Wes. :D

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Cort: It gives it an ambiance of despair.

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Cthulhudrew wrote:
Hmm. I think the product description got hit by a copy/paste error (preliminary as it may be). :D

Razzle-frazzin' pugwampis.

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zergtitan wrote:
Don't you mean January? Cause that's not up yet.

...Right. >.>

Oh hey, look at the time...

*smoke bomb*


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May the Mother bless us all with her gifts.

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GeraintElberion wrote:
Another reminder that we're still waiting for Erik's Pathfinder Tales debut.

Did you miss Two Pieces of Tarnsihed Silver ? :D

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Sammy T wrote:
Assassin with a heart of gold steel.

♩♬ ♪ Booooorn with a hearrrrrrrt... OF STEEEEEEL! ♩♪♬

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Swiftbrook wrote:

They were not listed so I'll ask ....

Will you have your typical selection of Flip-Maps, Map Packs, Modules, Books and Pathfinder Battles Miniatures at your GenCon booth this year?

I'm not a subscription holder and was planning on picking up some Flip-Maps and Map Packs for the PFS scenarios I'm running at Gen Con.

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.


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flash_cxxi wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Dennis Baker wrote:

You remember when James Jacobs still dropped spoilers in Tuesday night Chat.

You remember a time when there was no chat. Dark times.
Before the Dark Times. Before The Empire...

BEFORE THE FIRE NATION ATTACKED.

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Avatar-1 wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
NoncompliAut wrote:
There will be a PDF, right?
Yes, but it won't be released until the end of August for non-subscribers.
Is this still the case? The date says Aug 14.

August 14th is correct—GenCon monkeys with our normal release schedule something fierce. :D

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Katina: i just realized that that has upsetting implications
Sara Marie: i'm not prepared for this
Katina: I need an adult.


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Richard Pett wrote:
Lilith wrote:
You understand the marzipan, proboscis, and tureen reference.
Ha, Lilith, next time I write anything for this lovely group of people, they're back in:)

YESSSSSS! \m/

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*arrives in a cloud of brimstone, vanilla, nutmeg, and cinnamon-scented smoke*
Alrighty. Let's clear up a few things.


  • You can use material designated as Open Game Content from our products—this includes many many different titles well beyond what's listed in Exhibit B of the Pathfinder Compatibility License.
  • You cannot use proper names in your material, but you can use the mechanics. For example, you can use the Red Mantis Assassin prestige class—you just cannot call it that. It would have to be Red Lotus Assassin or something like that.
  • Exhibit B is a list of products that you can freely reference by name in your product—but please use the FULL name of the product as it's listed there. It's "Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Ultimate Combat" not "Ultimate Combat" or "Pathfinder RPG Ultimate Combat." Full name, no exceptions (and no page number references, either). Note that the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Beginner Box and Strategy Guide are not on this list—this is deliberate.

And time for some examples!

  • "Man, the river druid archetype is really awesome. That would work perfectly for that undine I had in mind for that encounter." My statblock line would read "Male undine druid (river druid) 10." I cannot reference this product by name in any of the product's text or ad copy. I am required to take the Section 15 statement of Pathfinder Player Companion: People of the River and add it to the Section 15 OGL statement for Liz's Awesome River Adventures, as per the requirements of the Open Gaming License.
  • "Oh man, Festering Ulunat is an awesome name, I wanna add it to my adventure!" Nnnnnope. Proper names are considered Product Identity, and you can't use the name. Mechanics are a different story, and mechanics are frequently declared as Open Game Content. So yes, you can use the statblock, you'll just come up with a new name...although this is kind of a "meh" solution, IMO, and not the best foot forward for a writer to take, especially when you can't explicitly state the source of the mechanics in the text.
  • "Wait, so how can I reference the fact that I got stuff from books not included in Exhibit B?" Well...this is where you're going to have to get creative in your abbreviations, or sacrifice some word count to reprinting mechanics, or hyperlinking to a rules reference site, or... You'll have to figure out a system that works for you.

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


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houstonderek wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:
Great thread!
You remember when this guy was a mere Werecabbage and had a square job in the People's Republic. ;-)

Pfft. I remember him *before* he was all leafy.

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You remember the Render.


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You remember the Takasi rating.

Sebastian wrote:
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...


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You understand the marzipan, proboscis, and tureen reference.


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MMCJawa wrote:
Paizo's new cookbook series, starting off with Ultimate Pizza

Dibs on that series.

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Barachiel Shina wrote:
Heladriell wrote:
This book could have twice the number of pages and it would be still too few. I am totally in favor of future material like this one.
I find it weird they do a small amount of pages or a huge hardcover. Why doesn't Paizo ever do something more in the middle now and then? Like with something like this, for example?

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).

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Dhampir984 wrote:
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

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Gorbacz wrote:
You remember when Liz Courts and Mike Moreland were just two hyperactive fanpersons.

*coughs, looks away* >.>

Orthos wrote:
Cpt_kirstov wrote:
When you hear GGG you know who I'm talking about
Oh man whatever happened to that guy?

Life. :(

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Erik: Dunno, shooting someone with a grapple spike launcher and then using my jetpack to slam people into things sounds pretty great.
Katina Psh, Vader could probably do that too. He can do whatever he wants.
Erik: With his mind.
Katina: HE'S DARTH F%~*ING VADER.

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Removed some additional unhelpful posts. Take the theorycrafting off this thread, and personal insults out of your posts and off these forums.

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Removed some unhelpful posts. Please be civil, folks.

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Removed some unhelpful posts. Please don't be insulting to people—disagreeing is fine, but making personal insults is uncalled for.

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Removed some fighty posts. Come on folks, let's enjoy the game in all of its many genres and interpretations. No need to tell somebody else they're doing it wrong, or that their fun is invalid because it's not your kind of fun.

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Caedwyr wrote:
Ross Byers wrote:
137ben wrote:
Sounds like Paizo has another opportunity to profit by copy/pasting others' work.
What?
My reading of the quoted text was that a 3pp had produced something that was thematically/mechanically consistent with Paizo's design goals and that Paizo could benefit by either using or reviewing and being inspired by the material.

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.

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Removed several posts and their replies. Don't drag real-world politics into the game, even in hyperbole.

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Locking thread. Insulting people, no matter how right you think you might be, is not cool, nor is dragging in drama from other forums. Flag it and move on.

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Marcus Robert Hosler wrote:

Wait I thought we all knew this?

Hasbro owns clue. Hasbro owns D&D. Pathfinder is refined and expanded D&D just like D&D refined and expanded clue.

Well, there is this...

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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.


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Oh man. Now I *really* want Pathfinder Clue.

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2014 ENnie Nominees in one spot (at least, all the ones on Paizo.com)!

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Removed several posts and their replies. Agree to disagree folks, and walk away from the keyboard.


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doc the grey wrote:
Okay so I'm only like a paragraph into this but am I the only one who just pictures Pam from Archer? Like seriously if that vibe keeps up she might be one of my favorite characters thus far.

Totally okay with this.

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Now available! Rawr!

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Insain Dragoon wrote:
On those forums aren't people always calling for Fighter, not Barbarian, fixes.

So start a new thread if you wish to expound upon the topic... A new thread on those forums, not in the product discussion forum.

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Drogon wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Added a spoiler tag to the first post!
It still needs another one, please. And others do, too. So many posts talking about the creature in the encounter. Gah! Maybe move it to the GM section and change the title?

D'oh. Missed that (and moved thread).

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Insain Dragoon wrote:

Hasn't Jason said that the books contents aren't set in stone? Perhaps these musings are actually more useful than simply discussing the incredibly sparce info.

Maybe people need to say what they think needa to be unleashed so that the devs actually know what players consider a problem.

We have entire forums dedicated for this purpose—please use them.

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Another reminder to keep personal musing about game topics elsewhere on the boards. Please keep this thread for THE ACTUAL PRODUCT DISCUSSION ONLY.

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A reminder to relax and post civilly, thank you!

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Removed some off-topic posts and replies. Please keep it on-topic and let's not devolve into edition sniping or personal attacks on other posters. Edition warring makes me angry. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry.

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Locking thread. Being insulting to other people is not cool, nor is telling somebody they're not allowed to post in a public thread.


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Robert Brookes wrote:
I'm shivering in antici—

—pation!

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Zaister wrote:
Shipping to Germany is $55 too. :(

It is a mighty tome, and as such, the PostMasters demand tribute.


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Feros wrote:
The Ten Commandments! I love that movie! I watch it every year at Easter/Passover. Yes it's cheesy, but it's good cheese! And great for Ancient Egyptian flavour (a la Hollywood, of course). :)

Yul Brynner.


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Ayanzo wrote:

Paizo, WHERE DID MY MONEY GO!

I suddenly have more PDFs and I can't explain why! :D

Goooooood. Gooooood.


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The answer to this question is always, "Depends on the group."

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Let's keep this discussion thread about the product, thank you. Other topics of discussions should go to the appropriate forums.

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