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Thanks for the great review Ssalarn!!!
Just one quote from the review, taken completely at random:
" The thing that really struck me as I was leafing through the pages, was that every piece of art seems like it could have been drawn by the same hand, or at least by a team of artists who were all working in the same room. It's all high quality, beautiful, on theme, and there is a lot of it." :)
Adam B. 135 wrote:
Awesome! Yeah, I kind of really love that magic item! :)
Awesome - looking forward to it!
Really glad you enjoyed the final encounter - there's definitely some stuff in there to hopefully make it memorable and unique :)
And , if you run the adventure as part of an ongoing campaign, instead of as a one shot, there's ...
a pretty cool item of treasure the party can acquire which the GM can use to launch plenty of new adventures!
Marc Radle wrote:
Whoops! That was supposed to be 'thick' not 'think'!
For those that have pawns, can you tell me exactly how THICK they are please? As accurate as possible would be great!
Marc Radle wrote:
... And, it's once again available here thru Paizo (it was sold out, but a second printing recently arrived in the Paizo warehouse! :)
Fabius Maximus wrote:
Wait ... What?!?
Lots of people have taken part in the poll so far, but there's still time for your voice to be heard. Be sure to take part in the poll by clicking the link above!
Also, if you'd like to see a specific type of Battle Maps and/or Monster Lair *not* listed, by all means post it in the comments area! :)
Adam Daigle wrote:
I got my fancy contributor copy today! I was loving the PDF, but it's so nice to see it in print. The book looks great! Awesome job, Wolfgang, Marc, Ben, Brian, and all the writers and editors and developers!
I received my fancy contributor copies of the Southlands books yesterday! Woo hoo!
I said this about the Bestiary as well, but ... WOW! I knew the content itself was pretty darn good, and of course I knew what the book looked like on my monitor but ...
WOW! I am just thrilled with the quality of the printed book itself! The art looks vibrant and crisp and great and the quality of the book itself is outstanding! It's big and beefy and feels great to page through!
I could not be happier with how this book turned out!!! :)
I just received my copy of the Southlands Bestiary!
Wow! I knew the content was good, of course, and I knew what the book looked like on my screen but ...
WOW! I am thrilled with the quality of the printed book itself! The art looks vibrant and crisp and great and the quality of the nice, thick, coated paper stock is outstanding! It just feels great to page through.
Man, I could not be happier with how this book turned out!!! :)
Marc Radle wrote:
Did mention the Theurge base class in the New Paths Compendium from Kobold Press? :)
Peter Stewart wrote:
Not sure if you are kidding or not ...
If you are being serious, it happened in one of the prequels (can't recall which ... Revenge of the Sith I think)
Gotta agree. Not sure if you actually are just misunderstanding and over teacting, or you simply have some sort of pro Lucas/anti Abrahms agenda to push at all costs, but it's clear you are operating under quite a bit of misinformation and/or seemy off the wall viewpoints.
Let's just let this bit of ... what ever it is die gracefully and move on, ok?
Until there is an official OGL from Wizards, 3PP must be very careful how they handle '5E compatible' releases. Adventures tend to be more about story and rather light on crunch which means adventures are easier (and less frightening legally!) to release and still play the 'skirt the compatible with 5E' game.
Once an actual 5E OGL is finally released, you'll see much more typical 5E content
Not bad advice all-in-all!
I would say though, doing the graphic design and layout of a large, full-color RPG book so that it is correct from a technical / prepress standpoint, organized in a logical way AND is visually pleasing is actually pretty involved and not for the faint of heart!
Just saying :)
Darth Plagueis was absolutely mentioned ... in Revenge of The Sith
Of course, Palpatine could have made the story up in order to manipulate Anakin, but Darth Plagueis is definitely is mentioned
GreyWolfLord, can you provide a link showing where *any* of what you just outlined is claimed to be official? I honestly think you are misunderstanding something, or read some bit of misinformation or something ...
Also, what do you mean by 'The book isn't written in a flavor I really like either'? What book are you talking about?
If you'd like to play a Mystic Theurge type of character but don't want to prestige or multi class, why not try the Theurge base class in the New Paths Compendium from Kobold Press?
The New Paths Compendium has received a ton of 5-star reviews and the Theurge base class has proven to be among the most popular of the many new classes in the book :)
A couple snippets from recent reviews:
The Theurge is, in my opinion, a long needed addition to the game. The use of a "Prayer Book" elegantly handles the balance issues of giving a single class access to effectively every spell in the game.
The Theurge! Oh my! ... the Theurge has a lot of versatility, and can bring a lot of tools to any party.
The star for me is the Thergue.
The Theurge is an amazing spellcaster that allows you to cast divine and arcane spells right from the get go, without having to make that climb into Paizo’s Mystic Theurge prestige class ...