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We usually suggest consulting with a lawyer if there are parts of the Pathfinder Compatibility License that you do not understand or have questions about how it might affect or interact with a product you are interested in creating, because the Pathfinder Compatibility License is a legal document and you are the one ultimately responsible for ensuring that your product abides by it.
cort: OK, apparently I'm the only one in the company that can't casually componse a sonet in old english.
katina: eh, it's more like sonnet mad libs
robot chris: I can barely Oxford Comma
katina: it WILL be brought up in your review
robot chris: *and* they trust me to talk to people somehow
gary: we explore cheaper shipping alternatives all the time. just last month, we sent back a trebuchet that just wasn't cutting it
ashley: we're still lobbying the DOD to let us use the drones for drop shipments. we haven't heard back yet.
christopher: I still have the box cannon prototype in my garage.
cosmo: Unfortunately, my cloned flying monkey experiment still has hte status: “Overly Fighty”. They are not yet ready for public deployment.
So the word count limit is still 300 words or less, correct?
You can see all the rules for round 1 by going to the main page for RPG Superstar on the right side of the page. You should see a box with a list of RPG Superstar™ 2015 Official Rules, FAQ, Links to the Judges, etc and then a section updated as we go with each rounds specific rules. If for some reason your browser decides the website is to wide, you may need to scroll horizontally to see it. (I use Safari and it automatically knows to wrap text to make the whole page fit, unless the window is really, really small, but I don't know if every other browser does that).
Here's a direct link to the Round 1 rules.
tanis: sending hugs to all of customer service
gary: my hug got bent in shipping, paizo is the worst!!!
sara marie: is your hug still useable
gary: it's a little sticky
ashley: psh, the stickiness is a feature not a defect gary.
katina: We do not have a current timeline for when we will be receiving more hugs from our distributors.
sara marie: wait
gary: I'M NOT SENDING IT BACK
gary: it's possible adding another [technical jargon] might've also flipped that bit
gary: shouldn't matter but apparently might?
redacted: I’ll do it the weird way then
redacted: much like the spider on my porch, I’ll give these bugs some space and hope they leave me alone and don’t lay eggs in my pillowcase
cort: Seems fair, and faintly horrible.
redacted: thank you for looking into it
gary: hmmm let's see, redacted doing something stupid or a bug
redacted: well hey now
gary: you can adopt that as your basic triage strategy
redacted: I’ve totally not ever taken down the whole site or anything >.>
gary: shoot, if you haven't done that yet it must be your first day
redacted: and after typing that a bunch of stuff on my desk fell
-Steve Johnston- wrote:
Pending authorizations usually have an expiration date. I think it's two weeks, but I'm not sure.
It depends on the financial institution and the type of card. Credit cards tend to have a longer window (including up to a month!) than debit cards, which tend to be around 5 business days. Prepaid cards and international payment methods can have entirely different rulesets which are completely inconsistent.
Brell Stormforge wrote:
Starting to think the pathfinder miniatures subscription is a complete waste of time and money. While my order is still pending, customers of miniature market have already had theirs shipped with free shipping. After the insane $37 shipping fee from Paizo I am paying over $320 while miniature market is charging $315 for the case with free shipping. Hopefully this mess is just because of the golem sale and next time they have a golem sale they will have learned something and it won't be such a cluster. I'm gonna try to be patient and see how the next subscription release goes, but if it's as bad as this one, it might be time to buy from another site. Frustrated that while others will be gaming with these minis this week I don't even know when mine will ship. <sigh>
I'm sorry you have been so frustrated with the Battles subscription through Paizo. It's definitely one of the harder ones for us to wrangle, with lots of unexpected corner cases that come up and I am truly sorry that the experience has been less than stellar for you. I do appreciate that you've decided to stick with us for another release; every Battles release that comes out we do our best to learn what is working and what needs to change and how to improve going forward.After the next release, if you do feel like things have not improved to your satisfaction, I would encourage you to make the choice that makes the most sense to you. While we certainly appreciate when customers make purchases directly from paizo.com, we also want you to be happy with the experience and with the product. If purchasing elsewhere makes more sense for you, then we encourage you to make the choice that will make you happiest.
sara: and i forgot my burrito in the fridge at home
christopher: Sounds like it's time for a trip to Ooba
gary: that's where the burrito originated!
robot chris: the burrito tarpits, something something dinosaur salsa volcano
christopher: I need to hunt down a free range burrito, I think.
If your order was placed before October 20th and you do not know why it has not shipped, please let us know so we can investigate. Please make sure you check your order history before contacting Paizo's customer service to make sure its not an issue (like a payment method failure) that can be resolved on your end.
Customer service is at 995 emails in our inbox.
OMG WE BROKE 1000!!!!!!!!!!!
Our warehouse has been working on sale orders concurrently with subscriptions and we are now up to October 15th. If your order was place on or before October 15th and you do not know why it has not shipped, please let us know so we can investigate. Please make sure you check your order history before contacting Paizo's customer service to make sure its not an issue (like a payment method failure) that can be resolved on your end.
Customer Service is currently at 1043 in our inbox.
The warehouse has printed packing slips up through October 20th and are working their way through those along side November subscription orders. We have added several part time employees to assist with shipping and Lisa (Paizo's CEO) and Jeff Alvarez (Paizo's COO) are both frequently hopping down to the warehouse to get packages out as quickly as possible. Portions of the warehouse crew and customer service have also been putting in overtime hours.
I would also like to say thank you to the Tech Team, who were able to squeeze into their incredibly busy release schedule, adding a feature for the warehouse to target orders from specific dates instead of Will and myself manually printing out these old orders. It has significantly sped up the process of dealing with these older orders that are still pending.
1054 in customer service emails.
The good news? Even kicking out orders that had been held for those items, there are now just 98 orders that are now ready to go between Oct 1st and Oct 10th. Progress!
Matthew Guyder wrote:
I am in the same situation. The first 4-5 pages or so. Should we email, or just watch this space? Thanks!
I've set up a replacement of your subscription orders.