Not an official response, but if you used the same address for both, I believe they automatically apply the Kickstarter benefits to your Paizo account, no claim code needed. Try checking your account page to see if it's listed under "My Pledge Drives" already.
Not an official answer, but the last I saw posted here by Paizo staff on the subject, Paizo had heard nothing from WotC about getting the old D&D PDFs back on their site. So, at least for now, if you bought through Paizo, you're out of luck.
If you purchased through RPGNow/DrivethruRPG, then you'll get access to the new versions of files you previously purchased as they're rereleased, at about 4 items per week.
No, it isn't fair, but the only one who can rectify the issue is WotC.
More like seven ways if you don't restrict it to the end of words. :-)Thought
No ideas here, but if you specify which module you're having problems with the download for, it'll be easier for tech support to figure out where the issue is.
The first thing I'd try in your place is to download it again in case I had a corrupt download the first time. Then if it continued I'd try checking an alternate PDF viewer to see if that works.
They're the descendants of Baba Yaga, according to Cities of Golarion. The family of the current queen are top of the heap, while the families of previous queens are lower status.
I haven't read Shackled Hut in enough detail to know if it's mentioned there yet. Still waiting for the physical book.
Er, the cut out counters are there in the B10 I downloaded. And in pretty decent quality.
Heh. I'd flipped through the book and stopped at the back cover. Which was the second to last page of the PDF... And I took the product page's word that they weren't included. Joke's on me I guess. Thanks for the tip.
My point still holds about the Historic series poster maps though. :-(
Epidemic Books Oathbound: Eclipse handled the issue with an optional additional experience cost when a lycanthrope character levels up. They can pay more experience and gain more lycanthropic abilities at the same time as they leveled in a class, or they can just level up normally without any gains to lycanthropic abilities.
It appears I was mistaken about the direct Benandanti/werewolf connection. The source I was reading had conflated the Benandante with a case involving beliefs that it has been suggested were related in origin to those of the Benandanti, but were separate, at least at the time of the events.
Taking the werewolf as an example, the mythology ranges from the horror movie inspiring Beast of Gévaudan at the monstrous end, clear through to the Benandanti, werewolf protectors appointed by God (yes, that is referring to the Christian God) as defenders of their villages and who regularly assault the gates of Hell itself using iron flails.
There's quite a range in the mythology, and that's just two actual legends for werewolves in medieval Europe.
The actual texts seem to be higher quality for the releases of older editions, but things like poster maps out of the 2nd ed historic worldbooks or the cut out counters from module B10 are a lot more hit and miss. Then again, they were missing from the original PDF too in the case of B10. Bookmarking ranges from very good to chapter headings only, which still beats the no bookmarks whatsoever in the original versions.
IMO the new versions are worth downloading again if you bought them back in the old days, but you might want to hang onto the old versions too, in case of missing poster maps & similar in the new versions.
*looks for earplugs to muffle the screaming noises coming from his wallet*
Yes, I'm definitely interested. ;-)
There seems to be an 'f' missing in some of the pledge level descriptions - I think 'Spellweaver pdf or Pathfinder' is intended to be 'Spellweaver pdf for Pathfinder'.
I've redownloaded some of the older material I purchased back in the old days. The overall image quality is better, and the bookmarking is decent, but some of the 2E Historic books are missing the poster maps which were in the original PDFs. I haven't looked too hard at any of the others yet.
More or less anyway.
The original Crusades had a map composed of pieces with sections of overlap and places where portions were missing from the map, while the new version has the complete map as a single page.
A Mighty Fortress was missing the poster map in the original but has it in the new version as a single page.
Vikings had the map in the original but is missing it in the new PDF.
Age of Heroes had the map in the original but only has two small pieces of it, with reduced size and scanned on top of other pages from the book, visible behind the map.
I can't speak for the Celts one because I never found it for sale before they stopped selling PDFs, and haven't bought the new version yet.
So, as text and the body of the books I've looked at go, it's a definite improvement in quality and the bookmarking is a bonus. But it's a mixed bag for things like the pullout poster maps which may have been lost from the books they're now scanning. I'm not deleting any old versions of the files I download just yet.
Richter Bones wrote:
I don't think DarkOne is the only person who has pledged $100-$200 strictly for the tabletop items. At least I know if it turns out that the game is not for me at least I got my money's worth out of it.
I feel the same way. I honestly don't expect the game to be a style I enjoy, but I figure US$200 plus shipping is worth pledging for the non-MMO stuff that comes with it.
And who knows, I might just turn out to be wrong about the online game too. If I am, then that's going to be pure gravy from where I'm standing.
Louis Agresta wrote:
Would a PM on these forums be acceptable? I've emailed my Razor Coast pre-order details to that address twice with no response or change to my pre-order status when I punch in my address on the check page, so I'm assuming my emails are getting filtered somewhere before they reach you.
I was right about the competence of the delivery driver. There was a thump on the porch tonight...
When I picked the package up, it was addressed to the next door neighbours. So I walked it on over, and lo and behold, sitting on their doorstep was a huge, and wet, box addressed to me. *rolls eyes*
So I delivered their mail, got my own, and am impressed by the packing. The delivery box was beginning to split from water damage, and has a hole punched right into it, but the inner protective box was perfectly fine.
As for the actual deluxe edition, all I can say is that the unpacking video doesn't do it justice. It's impressive, and in absolutely perfect shape, despite the state of the box it came in.
The email I got suggested 6 to 10 days to NZ. Knowing my luck, probably it'll sit in a courier's van over the weekend on top of that estimate. Hopefully they then don't use their patented box-breaking "walk halfway up the steps then throw the delivery the rest of the way" delivery technique.
Steve Geddes wrote:
Are you sure you're still missing something? I have a couple still listed as "electronic notification" or some such - everything has arrived though. They were phantom packages.
Oddly, you seem to be right. We've been renovating, so I haven't really had the time to examine the box as closely as I'd have liked. Everything from my pledge seems to have been there, though I don't seem to have gotten any of the extra froggie thingies hidden in the packing that other people have mentioned.
Still, I'm a little curious as to why there would be 'extra phantom' package links in the shipping emails, especially since people with big pledges had to pay extra for shipping multiple packages, myself included. Being a trifle suspicious, I'm almost wondering if someone in the post office wasn't condensing the packages down to cut the shipping costs so they or the postal service could pocket the difference.
A Charter subscriber is someone who signed up to the AP line right at the beginning, before the AP issues that compensated for the end of the Dungeon and Dragon magazine subscriptions finished if I recall the cutoff point accurately. Cancelling the subscription then restarting it loses the Charter status.
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My first box arrived. Good move using the shirts as extra padding. The box looks a little battered by transit, but the contents are fine. And well worth the price and wait.
Unfortunately the second box still hasn't had a status change from 'electonic information received'. *wonders how to kick the US postal service from across the Pacific*
I got tracking links for my two boxes to NZ. One's apparently been sitting in San Francisco since the 17th, and the other just says "Electronic Shipping Info Recieved" with no other status changes since the 13th. I'm beginning to get a little annoyed with the shippers.
I just made this order, 2274363 for the Elminster's Forgotten Realms Hardcover. Unfortunately I messed up, and instead of setting it to ship with my subscription shipment, I combined it with the pending RotRL Deluxe Edition, order 2225515.
Can someone please fix my stuffup and reassign the Forgotten Realms hardcover to go with my subscriptions? I'm not bothered if that means with the November shipment, given how close the October subscriptions are.
Can I please have my pre-order for the Rise of the Runelords Deluxe Collectors Edition (Order 2116265) separated from my subscription shipment, so it ships as its own order rather than combined?
I discovered the hard way where NZ Customs sets their limit for import taxes, and I'd end up paying a lot more on tax than I'd save by combining the order with my subscriptions.