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Per the blog post, it won't be pushed back.
I wonder if Paizo's website tech wizards are ready for the massive influx of site traffic that will occur in about half an hour....
It's been two weeks since the site went down when voting first opened but we've not been idle. We've prepared for this! We can do it! *cut off by titanic influx of people f5'ing* [/Erin Jaeger]
Monica Marlowe wrote:
If someone *does* load in before the crash, would you kindly update the Items Seen List?
I think it's still an apt comparison for action economy. The Fighter has to give up his extra attacks if he wants to cantrip. Extra Attacks beyond 2 is his main feature, along with Action Surge (and Second Wind is kinda there too). The rest is spells if you're an EK.
Jacob W. Michaels wrote:
I was going to submit a pitch but if that means Donald Trump might pick me as his running mate...
I'm sure the snark thread does exert some influence, but perhaps not as much as one might fear. I've never had a problem with blood items for example, and I haven't let the snark thread get to me on that.
Regarding workshopped items, I find that I set higher expectations for them than others (well, the ones I've workshopped obviously). Most of the time I workshopped without sending my item to the other designer. I think only 3 people have seen it (4 if Template Fu counts as a person).
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I was going to make a "That's not fair to the voters or the contest" post but I think Slaad is right, and that's just letting off steam. So I scrapped my post.
Instead here's a link to Wikipedia that may relate to how you feel about your "reject pile" entry. If it does make Top 32, I hope you stick with it.
Every time I see someone reference "workshopped," my inner intellectual property switch gets flipped. Depending on the level of input, a submitter may not necessarily be the sole author, which defeats the purpose of the contest, and potentially opens liability between the submitter and work shoppers.
Workshopping feedback (as I provide it) is basically a combination of the snark thread and the praise thread focused on the workshopped item.
The Raven Black wrote:
I've mentioned before, I prefer no links to links. Books don't get to have links.
Stop oppressing my playstyle!
Owen K. C. Stephens wrote:
Oh? Tell us about his Judgernaut forum tag :P