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Removed some posts and their replies. This is a touchy topic, and I will remind everyone to be respectful, and that what is a slur or not varies depending on the country of origin. The posts removed contained words that are considered a pejorative and/or a slur in the US, and I would remind everybody involved to reread the Community Guidelines.
Flynn Greywalker wrote:
Books are generally solicited on a six-month cycle, so we should be getting the first Strange Aeons AP product description and mockups in the next couple of weeks or so.
Huzzah! I'm looking forward to seeing new faces at PaizoCon! As for what to do outside of Pathfinder Society, I recently gussied up the "What is PaizoCon?" page which might contain some of the information that you're looking for. What kind of events to watch for? The Lottery Events are limited space events where you get to sit down with one of the Paizo staff and roll some dice together, quick delves, workshops, seminars, a life drawing event with people in costume—all sorts of fun things!
Removed some heated posts and their responses, along with off-topic posts. While the earlier hostility was dealt with amicably, it bears repeating that in a text-based medium such as these forums, it's easy to draw the wrong conclusion or read something that wasn't intended. Assuming the worst about the other posters doesn't help foster the kind of discourse we want on the forums, and taking a step away from the keyboard for a while might be in order.
A functional clone would be a spare parts clone in the right circumstance.
Everybody thinks that, but what you gain in doubled work capacity, you more than lose in time wasted battling your clone to the death for supremacy.
Age and treachery will overcome youth and skill.
An important point to remember is that one of the goals of Free RPG Day is to draw in new audiences to game stores. One gamer might be tired of goblins...but the next person that walks in the door might never have played a roleplaying game before, and might very well be intrigued by the idea of playing a pyromaniac goblin riding a pig to impress their friends.
We all begin gaming somewhere, and we should remember that just because we might not want a thing, doesn't mean somebody else doesn't, and that thing might bring in a new gamer into the fold. And then another. And another. Gaming is bigger than one person's set of desires.