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Pathfinder Society Member. 187 posts. No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character.

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Spot on, Liz. Thank you, and the folks at Paizo.

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Congratulations to the Top 32 of RPG Superstar 2013 and those who competed against them!

Each year the RPG Superstar competition highlights a lot of talented designer, be it those who make it into the Top 32 or the ultimate winner. Talent that I've not only seen as someone who enjoys watching and voting for the RPG Superstar, but many of whom I've had the privileged of working with in the pages of Adventure Quarterly.

Such as RPG Superstar 2012, Mike Welham, who's Sealing the Vault appears in Adventure Quarterly #3, or Matt Banach (RPG Superstar 2009 Top 16) who's Dream Harvest is also within AQ#3. Speaking of RPG Superstar 2009, its Top 8 also lent us T.H. Gulliver who has appeared in AQ issues #1 and #2.

We owe a lot to the RPG Superstar competition, as it has encouraged a lot of talent to join the freelancing pool that feeds the industry and our magazine. It'd be a lot more difficult to fill the pages of Adventure Quarterly without such encouragement.

Speaking of Adventure Quarterly: If folks are interested in submitting to Adventure Quarterly, just click here and you shall find the link to the submission guidelines on our page at Rite Publishing.

Robert N. Emerson (Editor-in-chief of Adventure Quarterly)

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In this week's Fridays & Functions we talk with the versatile Crystal Frasier, one of the designers on the Questhaven Campaign Setting Patronage Project. In it Crystal talks about her thoughts on the project, patronage, inspirations, and more.

If you'd like to give it a read, then please click HERE and enjoy.

Robert N. Emerson, Project Manager and Editor for Rite Publishing's Questhaven Campaign Setting Patronage Project

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Today we interview Owen K.C. Stephens, one of the designers on the Questhaven Patronage Project. In it we discuss Rite Publishing, the Questhaven Patronage Project, Super Genius Games, and other things with this prolific veteran writer.

You can find the interview here.

Robert N. Emerson
Project Manager and Editor for Rite Publishing's Questhaven Patronage Project

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Over at the Rite Publishing website we've an interview with Steven R. Russell, the lead designer and publisher of the Questhaven Patronage Project HERE.

In it Steven talks about his thoughts on the project, patronage, his fellows working on the patronage, and general ideas about the Pathfinder Compatible campaign setting. So head on over and enjoy the read.


Robert N. Emerson
Project Manager and Editor of the Questhaven Patronage Project

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Hey, Folks,

Due to some unforeseen circumstances, I find myself with a ticket for PaizoCon itself, as well as one for the Banquet, and looking for anyone interested in purchasing them.

I'm just looking to recoup what I paid for them, of course.



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Creative Anomalies interviews Rite Publishing's Steve Russell for Small Press Week. The interview covers RiP's current, past, and future projects, as well as various inside aspects and motivations for the company's patronage projects.

Click here for the interview.

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Rite Publishing has released The Hero's Bastard, their latest Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible product.

What happens when a hero has a lapse in judgment or a misstep that produces an issue as twisted as it is powerful? Are they the only one to pay the price, hero and bastard, or is all in danger of the misbegotten by-blow?

Rite Publishing offers an answer to these questions with The Hero's Bastard, available for purchase today!

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Seriously, that's the only reason I'm writing this, as I had an issue with the system holding onto an old, incorrect card and Cosmo handled the issue quick and efficiently.

I'd say that the length of the call, from ring to my hanging up, was maybe five minutes, six at the most.



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Greetings, Folks,

I'm a life long gamer with 28 years experience who has recently returned to the Klamath Falls area after being away for 12 years in a self-imposed exile in Idaho. I've been both a player and DM/GM and I enjoy all aspects of gaming.

My most recent games have been Star Wars Saga Edition (as a player and a GM), 4th Edition D&D (as a player), d20 Modern (as a DM (d20 DarkMatter) and Player (Urban Arcana)), and Ptolus (as DM). However, I've played various versions of numerous others RPGs, such as GURPS, Shadowrun, World of Darkness, Call of Cthulhu, and many other games, so I'm open to different systems and genres.

Feel free to contact me, via this thread, if your group is looking for another member.


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So, I'll add the caveat that I might have missed any or all previous discussion along these lines, but I'm personally curious if Paizo has any plans or ideas of a contemporary RPG?

I'm a huge fan of what they've done with the fantasy genre, as my bank history shows quite well *grins*, but I was curious if they have any plans for contemporary RPGs.

Now I'll admit that I'm making an assumption here, but I'm fairly sure d20 Modern ain't gonna be going no place, save for out of print overtime, as it hasn't had a book in almost two years now.

Maybe they'll have a modern 4e setting, or else they'll leverage Star Wars Saga Edition's rules (which I enjoy for playing Star Wars), but I'm curious as to what, if any, support the d20 Modern SRD stuff is going to get.

There has been a huge rally for 3e/3.5e/3.Pe, is there any interest in the d20 Modern variant?

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