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(Bralani) Azata Wilder:
Thanks again for a great punctual and atmospheric preview, Mark!
Do you know from your head where the artwork from the first three is from?
So next week we´ll finally see one or two of the Daemons or Qlippoth in the set? ;-)
Joe Jungers wrote:
Any clue what levels this adventure is intended to accommodate?
Considering Starfinder has only one advancement track and that this book has the same page count as the other Starfinder APs, assuming it mimics the first AP, this second installment of AtAT will probably start at level 3 and end at level 5.The third book would then start at 5 and go to 7.
That is only an educated guess though.
Rick Kunz wrote:
Thank you, Rick! :-)
I noticed that the july 2018 Starfinder Flip-Mat "Asteroids" is priced at $19.99, as is the one coming in september.
Mark Moreland wrote:
Thank you for going above & beyond the call of duty, Mark. :-)
That was a really great read (also thanks for the overall paint budget comment on plasticrypt).
The only problem is: now i'm hungry for "Pathfinder Battle Cookies"!
Skeld, PDF Prophet wrote:
Skeld,-can you share how large the gazetteer of Oppara is and how detailed the map (as we´ll get that one as one of the three in the map folio)?
-Can you elaborate on the inside cover map (of Taldor and it´s counties, i assume)?
-Lastly, how many "primary movers and shakers within the Taldan senate" are in the book and are stats or CR given?
Thanks a lot,
There’s a Girallon in the set, pictured on the side of the box. I b3lieve it’s a named one from the serpents skull AP possibly.
Kalindlara is right, it´s an "Anghazani" or "High Girallon".It may be the "King of the Jungle" mentioned in the descriptive text.
Normal Girallon have Int of 2 and are not able to wield weapons, whereas High Girallon do have an Int of 12.
Adam Daigle wrote:
2017s first player´s Guide was out on march 16th, so no worries there and get well soon! :-)
Street date is the last day of february, so that should suffice. ;-)
I called/expected the first three minis in this set, thanks Erik! :-)
The Couatl looks great, more colorful than the artwork on page 49 of the Bestiary. 15 foot wing span and 12 feet lenght seem to translate well.
The Dryad is very similar to the artwork from page 116 of the Bestiary, only the skin should be a little darker to reflect that the "flesh that seems made of wood".
The Nymph also looks like she was taken from page 217 of the Bestiary and i like don´t mind the added green seaweed skirt at all.
Love the Elf Druid, simple but beautiful. Makes for a great PC or NPC.
The Clay Golem seems to be too small (over 8 feet if the Bestiary is to be believed), but it is the last missing Golem from the Bestiary and it looks loike the artwork on page 159, so i´m good.
Great preview and great text - again. Thank you, Mark!
I stand corrected.:-)
With the exclusion of the Chernasardo Ranger and Agent of the Grave, there are no Prestige classes in AP books.
How is this a "Forest" Fire?
Chances of a character burning are very low on both sides.
I would have prefered one side had a needle-wood with maybe one half on fire (essentially the "rock" side with earthen pathways and a few trees still intact instead of the stones).
The other side should have replaced the lake with more woodland. A small pond (maybe 3 x 3) would be okay, but you just need to get into the water to survive easily.
I have to agree with Samy on the re-usability of this map being very low.
At the moment, i have zero exitement for the map folios.
There are very few ones where all three maps are usable and it seems it has been years since the last good one.
Either there are not enough things labeled or too many (campaign spoilers).
Please label every point of interest on the maps, everything but spoilers.
Probably because there already had been another Carrius (I) in Taldors past.He was meant to be the next in succession and just died before he could inherit the throne.
Princes in real live are also called "the second" sometimes, even when they don´t sit on the throne.
I'm gonna guess expansions won't have boxes, and will be packaged like Map Packs or Pawn not-box Collections -- with a wraparound paper slip serving as a cover.
I don´t think so, Samy. Why?The description for the Pathfinder Flip-Tiles: Dungeon Perils Expansion says:
"These double-sided dungeon tiles come in convenient packaging for easy storage."
I think these 2-piece boxes are of thinner cardboard than the Pawn boxes, maybe as thick as the map-pack boxes or a little thicker.
That is correct, Rannik. :-)
It doesn't make sense to include the old D&D minis (2003-2010) or the newer Icons of the Realms minis here, because Pathfinder Battles aims to eventually publish all of the creatures found in the Pathfinder Bestiaries (or at least most small, medium & large & some huge and gargantuan ones) as minis, regardless of them being already done before or not.
There are multiple reasons for that, some of them being:
-The old stuff is long sold out.
Personally, i collect both lines and have most of the old D&D minis, but i know that the Pathfinder Battles minis are of much higher quality than the Icons of the Realms minis, because of Paizo's great quality control.
If i were to list only the creatures that were never done as pre-painted minis from the first Bestiary, it would only be about 40 creatures long, fewer if i subtract creatures made as toys (like the various dinosaurs). ;-)
Ah, nuts. Did I miss my chance to get it before ND releases the backers's orders?
It looks like 5 of the 8 "iconics" (including the starship) are unavailable atm from Paizo.3 are still available.
I don't know if there will be a re-stock for the unpainted versions before the first wave of the Kickstarter is supposed to ship in may.
There are the painted versions scheduled for a march release, but i don't know if that release date will hold.
This (and the rest of the march products) should be getting an update next week (usually on wednesday i think).
Is it possible to show things a little earlier (two months in advance)?
An earlier update on the maps line would be much appreciated, two weeks would suffice. :-)
Wizkids has given the release date for Monster Menagerie III:
28th of march.
The Kraken also seems to be GARGANTUAN with LARGE tentacles:
The quality of the last D&D set "Tomb of Annihilation" wasn´t very good, but i think the fact that MM3 has HUGE creatures (the Cyclops looks good and can be used as "Greater Cyclops" for Pathfinder) makes the set interesting.
We should get previews of actual minis very soon, i´ll then post them here. :-)
Here is a list of the most needed creatures from the Bestiary (1) which havn´t been made into PPm and why:
-ABOLETH (appears in lots of adventures like Second Darkness & Serpents Skull & has NEVER been made as ppm)
Vic Wertz wrote:
Thank you for confirming, Vic. :-)
Do you already know how the package box is made up?
Is it essentially the same as the old tiles boxes (only thicker to be able to hold more tiles and with 6 x 6 inches measurements), made of the same cardboard or will it be a box?
Thank you for your time.
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