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Renegade Paladin wrote:
How about you don't? That is nonsense, bad encounter design, and designed to TPK the entire party within the first session with no significant chance to fight back; players should know the adventure does that before wasting their time making a cohesive party to start with.
If the GM running that particular encounter wants to change it to suit their party better, they are welcome to. Maybe they don't want to change it. Either way, that decision is in their hands, and spoiling it isn't a very nice thing to do. Nothing's going to stop somebody from clicking on the spoiler tag if they *really* want to know, and using the tags is just a polite thing to do for people playing in the campaign.
Huh. Interesting that this one doesn't have the blank side like the original. It's a shame for that one PFS scenario that uses both sides, but otherwise this is probably better.
That is true... I think between Flip-Mat: Basic, Bigger Basic, and the Terrain Multi-Pack, there are plenty of blank Flip-Mats available for use for that scenario. Maybe those villagers finally scrounged up enough money to put roofs on their homes... :D
Alexander Augunas wrote:
From a 3PP perspective, how does your promotion affect 3PPs, since you [Liz] were basically the Improved Familiar to our wizard.
I will continue to be the point of contact for third-party publishers, as we feel that they are a very big part of our community, as well as a contributor to the success of Pathfinder as a whole.
Insain Dragoon wrote:
No visible difference as much (not yet, at any rate). My goal is to be able to answer and direct questions as appropriate through our various social media outlets, as well as keep on top of our community's big concerns and make sure that they get addressed by whomever is most appropriate.
Hopefully she and her minion(?) Chris will be cooking up community wonderfulness for some time to come!
It's actually the other way around—Chris will be doing a bunch of the logistical side of things, while I get to be figuring out new, creative, and exciting ways to get the community involved and excited for both the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and the world of Golarion (not to mention many other things for Paizo).
We are, of course, always listening to suggestions, and if you don't want to post them on the messageboards, you can contact us at email@example.com. :)
James Jacobs wrote:
You're an inspiration in a lot of ways, James, and not just for your GMing and storytelling skills! :D