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Rope trick is cool but I have a concern that it wont be particularly durable. The Pathfinder minis on a whole ( and by that I mean Wizkids) are nowhere near as durable as the old D&D figures were. It is a rare case indeed that doesnt have at least one or two busted figures. In fact I ordered a single Migo from you guys in my last monthly order and it came broken. The rope looks like once it breaks the figure is trash as there is no way to glue something that thin.
This is quickly becoming my favorite article on the paizo page. I am really looking forward to seeing the comics and finalized Pathfinder stats to go with them. Im hoping the series does well enough to justify a second six issue series with more cross over content. I must admit im very curious to see how we get to john carpender of mars in a pathfinder comic. (Maybe a preview of the inevitable starfinder comic series?). Any chance of some sample art from the series?
Seconding the need for more of the dressings. I too would like the pillar but one is pretty much useless and will spend most of its time in a tray somewhere. Buying the five or six that would make them useful is far too expensive. I realize not everyone likes the dressing stuff and that's certainly their right but they are far too scarce to be useful at their current commonality. Please consider a smaller stand alone set of dressings in the future, it would not need to be as large as a regular set and if the right pieces were chosen more commons than usual would be fine or two or three paint variations could come into play. A 24 figure set with lots of common useful items would make a great start and could even include reprints of some of the items we have already had in previous sets. I for one still don't have enough beds, carts, wagons, crates or barrels. Something to think about.
Steve Geddes wrote:
That is very fair. Id assumed (incorrectly) everyone liked the dressing.
I have liked the dugeon dressing in concept but i have to say getting one chair or one bed is not really all that useful. I for one would like to see the common dressing in a common slot or baring that a set of only dressing. The secondary market isnt very cost friendly either. I think the idae of dressing was presented as a experimernt and it has been seeminly well recieved but now it needs to be given the treatment it deserves. Just my 2 cents.
Tom Phillips wrote:
I know it's nit picky but.... As someone who spends more than fifty dollars every month on subscriptions but can't make it to the cons I really wish the promo figure got sent out to subscribers who meet the requirement. And yes I know they get sold at some point on the web store. Just wishing the loyal customers would get some of the love too.
Bob Jonquet wrote: