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Murastrix Irthosgix's page

Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 10 posts (11 including aliases). No reviews. 1 list. 2 wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character.


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Eventually was able to checkout. Thanks though!


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules Subscriber

Unable to checkout, goes from shopping cart to asking me to sign in again, directly back to this front page. Items still in my cart, but cant check out after logging back in 4 times. Scripts and cookies enabled.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules Subscriber

Why is there no subscription service for this???

It'd certainly be more suited to it than the PF Companion series and PF campaing setting series, and have a wider audience.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules Subscriber

AYE! I miss them mightily! ::curses digital initiative!::


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules Subscriber

hey can you cancel my service plz too? tight budget and my gaming group doesnt meet often we are just starting module #1 and i have up through #4 so i am goods on it for a while i can always buy them individually rt? anyways plz cancel my subscription to pathfinder thanks paizo for everything you've given us! maybe now I'll be able to pick up ecologies I've been meaning too,,,,


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Subscribed anyway, however. Too bad it's a "book" instead of magazine though (96pg softcover book vs. 96pg softcover magazine) because shipping $4. I hope it comes in a box at least so it wont get smashed.


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You should've gave an option to subscribe to gamesmastery modules instead with a one for one rollover basis.
My remaining seven issues of dungeon is worth more than 3 issues of Pathfinder; Despite you calling it a book instead of a magazine because how many pages did any recent issue of dungeon or dragon have?..... oh thats right. 96. hmmm.
I don't dispute it being worth $20 but you could've grandfathered loyal subscribers, or given a more even option (like gamesmastery modules). I'm sure I'll check it out. I'm sure it's worth $20.
I'm also sure we don't appreciate marketing that treats working stiffs like 13 yr old rich kids. maybe the $2 (16 page) players guide will tip the scales..... nope.

Here's a napkin - looks like you got some wotsee on you.

Sorry if I sound bitter. I am. Thank you for everything you have given me and my players in the past. I'll take my back issues and go.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules Subscriber

How about a vision for any Lawful paladin or cleric in the party revealing the location of another section of the rod of many parts? or if you think you'll need several side treks, do as I am and do AoW as it is, but inbetween every long journey have an ambush or powerful and deadly monster attack them for their piece of the rod. I've been incorporating tidbits of a quest for all the rods parts into the storyline rather easy. And they like it's fun, even the ones who don't want to use or touch the rod know it's powerful. They think it's cool.


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My thoughts exactly Koldoon. I save my axes for the orcs, rail guns for my power armored drow police, and a heightened dismissal for Outsiders (unless the PC's gear looks tempting enough). Besides I think everyone is just tense because we're all forced to painfully await the complete psionics for next month.... ugh... waiting painful... maybe I won't go there, cause that might just be me.


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Takasi wrote:


Eberron is not a subset of D&D AS A BACKDROP; it is the new standard. Greyhawk as a backdrop isn't even a subset anymore, it's more of a footnote the magazines continue to refer to.

Don't be a silly. The New Standard? Do you know how many different campaign settings have arisen for D&D over the years? I have at twelve fully fleshed out campaign settings for third edition alone. Eberron is neat, it's great that you're enthusiastic about it, but unless entire RPG gaming industry has suddenly decided to center on you (not highly likely I'm afraid)I somehow doubt it will become the new standard. Even if it spawns a few video games. I kinda like Eberron, but multiverse is vast and although the Realms are by far my favorite, Greyhawk withstands the test of time incredibly well. Maybe you need to read some of the books which take place in it to get a real feel for it, not that I'm saying you should. Rock on in Eberron if thats you're bag.

But don't step on my Greyhawk kid, Mordekainen owes me a few favors yet.


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