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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Maps, Pawns, Tales Subscriber. FullStarFullStarFullStarFullStarFullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 158 posts (159 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 39 Pathfinder Society characters.


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Grand Lodge

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I love that cover!

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Cheaters are gonna cheat, but the sign-off rule appears way too easy to exploit. I really don't want to make it too easy for them.

The issue with having people sign off on their ownership of physical books is someone could just borrow someone's book, get it signed off, then return the book after photocopying the pages they need.

Or, if they still own the book, they could sell the book to someone else but keep claiming they own one.

The fact that PDF's are non-transferable, and are watermarked with the buyer's name makes it a little more difficult to fake, but nothing is impossible. Plus you don't need to have an tablet or smartphone, just a way to print out the pertinent pages.

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Mike,

Thanks for your hard work. You got the position around the same time I discovered Pathfinder Society, so I have no idea what it was PFS was like without you but the numbers speak for themselves. I don't think your job could have been easy at.

I wish you and your family well in all of your future endeavors.

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I coordinate games at a store, and I know there is a Gamin follow up. The only sad thing is the level range of the Gamin followup can prevent people from doing both if they leveled up too much. Or if they happened to play with a different character. One of my players was disappointed because he didn't know about and lost his chance.

I wish I knew what the nexus scenario is so I could arrange it so players that come to games I coordinate could take part in it before they no longer can. That isn't as critical now because some of them have those characters on hold until they can get the bonekeep 3 on their character.

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Why can't we have catfolk in PFS? What did you do?

Way to go Thirsty!

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The store we play at is very generous and has offered to buy one scenario and print it out every time we meet. While I do not take advantage of this, we have GMs that need it but unfortunately their printer occasionally messes up, causing multiple sections to be unreadable. This happens the most for season 5 scenarios, their printer tends to fail with the really dark background season 5's have at the top and bottom of those pages.

Per instructions I've received from Paizo when I asked about their policies, pdfs of scenarios cannot be shared. So when this happens I look at my pdfs and send them the unreadable text of the small sections needed.

A few times, I have purchased the pdf through Paizo's gifting system for our more destitute GMs when the print out is so bad, I would have to send more than a few pages of information.

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If I get my 5th star after this is released, will I get access to this or do I have to get my 5th star before it is released to qualify?

I am so close, I am just wondering if I need to make sure I get my last two specials and last few normal sessions out before GenCon.

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First of all, thanks to Paizo and Syrinscape.

Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
Score! I wonder if it will work okay over Roll20...

Syrinscape is working on a way to make this work over an internet connection but there are some tricks that people have come up with that could help you. Here is a paizo blog (with comments from people on how to implement it).

http://paizo.com/paizo/blog/v5748dyo5lh9j?So-How-Do-I-Use-Syrinscape-in-my- Pathfinder-Game

I am sure someone will fix my link. I just don't want to spend the time to learn how to properly link something on this forum.

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David knott 242 wrote:
Terek wrote:
Secane wrote:

My local community center's tabletop gaming group is planning to celebrate Free RPG Day with a full day event. Would We Be Goblins Free! only be available as part of the Free RPG Day kits for retailers?

Or is there a another way we could access and run it before July 1st?

Most likely not, because of contractual obligations any participating publisher most likely has with FreeRPDDay.

This is what is found on the FreeRPGDay 2015 sponsorship form.

FreeRPGDaySponsorshipForm.pdf Emphasis mine wrote:

I agree my product will meet the following:

• Print and/or PDF versions of the product will NOT be disseminated anywhere else until MONDAY, JULY 1ST, 2015.

So how is that supposed to work when July 1st, 2015 is a Wednesday?

Ask a lawyer and pay his legal fees if you want to challenge it? I don't know how contracts work when the contract has an impossible date mentioned. However, last time I checked Paizo announced that We Be Goblins Free would be made available on July 1st.

So if you want it sooner, you'd have to convince Paizo to risk the consequences of releasing before then, whatever those may be, legal, loss of good will and otherwise.

I am not associated with Paizo nor FreeRPGDay. I was just answering a question by pointing to what actually is posted by FreeRPGDay so they could take my explanation with a grain of salt and judge the likely answer to their own question.

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Secane wrote:

My local community center's tabletop gaming group is planning to celebrate Free RPG Day with a full day event. Would We Be Goblins Free! only be available as part of the Free RPG Day kits for retailers?

Or is there a another way we could access and run it before July 1st?

Most likely not, because of contractual obligations any participating publisher most likely has with FreeRPDDay.

This is what is found on the FreeRPGDay 2015 sponsorship form.

FreeRPGDaySponsorshipForm.pdf Emphasis mine wrote:

I agree my product will meet the following:

• Inclusion of the Free RPG Day logo on the front or back of the product.
• No MSRP anywhere on the product (or a MSRP of $0.00 can be listed).
• If an independent RPG, the product should include quickstart rules at minimum, with a STRONG recommendation to include an
adventure and pre-generated characters to create a complete demo package for the consumer and retailer --- whereby 50% of the
product will include never-before-seen material.
• 100% never-before-seen material if purely an adventure module.
• Minimum page count of 16 pages (with or without cover, though we recommend a 10pt C1S color cover).
• Print and/or PDF versions of the product will NOT be disseminated anywhere else until MONDAY, JULY 1ST, 2015.
•Will arrive NO LATER than FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2015!

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chbgraphicarts wrote:

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No, Gunslingers themselves are actually a bit UNDER-powered.
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Guns hitting at Touch Attacks are nasty, but not OP, and several other Ranged classes have extremely similar tricks (including anyone with a Wand of Scorching Ray, which is MUCH more devastating than most firearms).
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I will just disagree with you. From my experience, way too many times higher level gun users hit on a 2. If you make it so you add your dexterity to damage it becomes even worse; especially when you roll that natural 20 that is almost always confirmed at a x4.

Scorching ray wands are typically more expensive per shot (120 gp per shot unless you take craft wand) and you usually can only ever fire one a round. Also they do fire damage and fire resistance/immunity is one of the more common ones, in my opinion. Not to mention, gun users usually have a higher BAB so will hit more often.

With Rapid Reload and paper cartridges, gun users can shoot an amazing number of times, however the misfire rate does go up with paper cartridges.

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So what do we do about games that GMs ran when they didn't know about these changes? Does the GM have to go back and retroactively remove a player's chronicle sheet because he didn't know about these rules the night he played the game and he played an APG summoner that didn't have 4 experience points?

The PFS guide says that a GM is not expected to be familiar with every post but cannot ignore posts that he is made aware of?

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lemeres wrote:

Nope. The text is fairly unambiguous:

Slashing grace wrote:
Choose one kind of one-handed slashing weapon (such as the longsword).

It says one handed weapons, and gives a clear example of what it means.

The general purpose of this wording is that it aims to make it hard to use slashing grace with TWF. You have to put more investment in to make it happen. That is the design principle behind TWF and dex based builds in general.

Just want to point out that there is one example where slashing grace affects a specific light one-handed weapon as well as a specific one-handed melee weapon. This leads me to believe that an individual can select a slashing one-handed Light Melee weapon or a slashing One-Handed Melee weapon

Advanced Class Guide page 69 under Dwarven Swashbuckler favored class bonus wrote:


Add 1/4 to the swashbuckler’s effective class level to determine the extra damage she deals because of the precise strike deed when wielding a light pick or a heavy pick. If the swashbuckler has the Slashing Grace feat or another similar effect, she can treat the battleaxe or handaxe as a one-handed piercing melee weapon, and she gains this benefit when wielding the appropriate weapon for the feat as well.

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Wraithkin wrote:

I don't know if this has already been addressed but I'd like either a FAQ or clarification if possible.

Slashing grace has been clarified by the masses to only include weapons in the one-hand category due to how it is written. I'd love to find out if the developers meant for it to be this way or if they meant any weapon wielded in one hand.

Just want to point out that there is one example where slashing grace affects a specific light one-handed weapon as well as a specific one-handed melee weapon. This leads me to believe that an individual can select a slashing light one-handed Light Melee weapon or a slashing One-Handed Melee weapon

Advanced Class Guide page 69 under Dwarven Swashbuckler favored class bonus wrote:

Add 1/4 to the swashbuckler’s effective class level to determine the extra damage she deals because of the precise strike deed when wielding a light pick or a heavy pick. If the swashbuckler has the Slashing Grace feat or another similar effect, she can treat the battleaxe or handaxe as a one-handed piercing melee weapon, and she gains this benefit when wielding the appropriate weapon for the feat as well.

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Yes, there has been updates from a couple different developers in this thread:
http://paizo.com/threads/rzs2s18b?Multisheet-module-PFS-reporting-still-bro ken

Also, I've seen them say that they are very reluctant to post when updates will be before hand. I think this is very likely because of how disappointed some people can be when waiting for something when there is a chance that a bug could delay the release.

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Last year Michael Brock told me it was automatic now, and it would be added automatically. However, after a month I had to contact Paizo customer service to get it added to my account.

I believe when they get a new 4 star reward they just add it to all current 4 stars. If you become a new one you may have to ask customer service for it if you don't automatically get it.

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I warned the group we are doing Emerald spire with that they need whatever character they take in to Emerald Spire to have exactly enough exp to level, with no extra scenarios if they want the same character to participate in every emerald spire level.

We haven't had a problem, but only because the players at my table knew about the potential problem beforehand.

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Just want to make sure that you know your efforts are still appreciated. I am using your runes.

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Gwaihir Scout wrote:
... [Awesome Advice]...

Thank you. I will have to play with this a little to see if I can get it done in a way that doesn't drown out other people talking.

Benjamin Loomes wrote:


What will please people even more is we are heading towards a player that will work online.

Kind of like this:
1. The GM will have a MASTER version which she uses normally.
2. The GM master Player will send server calls to SLAVE players on all the nonlocal machines.
3. None of Syrinscape's high quality audio will he jammed down the internet, just audio cues.

Sounds good?!?!?

Sounds amazing! I've been using Syrinscape since well before you came out with anything directly related to Paizo and I think this announcement has made me more excited than any other you've made.

This way people can change the volume on their own computer to play it the way that works best for them.

Grand Lodge

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Is there any way to get Syrinscape to play over voice chat programs like teamspeak or ventrillo?

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Taenia wrote:

Now I will explain the real nemesis and one true enemy of this build.

Doors

There is a simple solution to this build that adds some hilarity and flavor. At the higher levels when the damage bonus is higher than the door's hardness, the songbird of doom could full attack the door!

"Few, it can't open doors so we are safe!"
[short pause]
[THUD THUD THUD]
[The door has three holes in it, none of which are big enough for the bird to fly through, yet]
"Oh crap we are gonna die! Oh crap we are gonna die!"

Grand Lodge

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Wow,

This is my first paper mini's product purchase and I really like the feel/style of the artwork.

I think I am going to get more paper minis because of how useful these are.

How do you determine what adventure path/module you make?

Grand Lodge

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Monstrous extremities will not work with the ring of seven lovely colors. You can only have one polymorph spell on at a time. You can only be affected by one or the other.

The ring lets the user use beast shape IV to transform into a songbird. Both beast shape and monstrous extremities are transmutation(polymorph) spells.

PRD on transmutation(polymorph) wrote:
You can only be affected by one polymorph spell at a time. If a new polymorph spell is cast on you (or you activate a polymorph effect, such as wild shape), you can decide whether or not to allow it to affect you, taking the place of the old spell. In addition, other spells that change your size have no effect on you while you are under the effects of a polymorph spell.

Grand Lodge

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I am seeing the same problem. Every time I add 6-15 I don't get the discount. 6-14 is getting the discount.

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I personally like the current release rate. With Core becoming available they effectively made it so they have approximately 1 scenario per week come out as they usually have about 26 scenarios per year.

So those of us that play every other week don't run out of scenarios and keep up with the new scenarios, and those who play every week don't run out of options to play.

I really think that introducing the PFS Core campaign was a good decision.

As far as prices go, I'd rather they not increase it. Being a store coordinator, the cost of running games falls on me more than anyone else and I really don't want the cost to coordinate games increase. I buy every scenario so if there is an emergency I can run games as a backup GM.

Grand Lodge

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The problem is not every game is reported and some games are reported inaccurately. My brother tried to get one game corrected to the correct character and used their link to point out the mistake and nothing ever happened.

For coordinating games at my local gaming store, I created a program that parses the html of Paizo's sessions pages (player sessions, GM sessions and event sessions). I let the players know if they want me to use their games played elsewhere in consideration for what we run in the future they need to just log in, go to their player and gm sessions page. Expand both then save the html as a complete html file and give me their file.

Personally I would have issues if paizo made this information publicly available to people not involved in reporting games.

It parses it and inserts their data into my database and thus I now have a current list of every scenario players have played or gm'd as it has been reported.

I am not sure I could legally give this program out so please don't ask. There are terms in the program that may fall under Paizo's intellectual property and may not fall under their community use policy. I am not willing to hire a lawyer to consult me for a program I cannot make any money off of either because of my contract with my current employer.

I wrote this program to learn more about various concepts that I used in the implementation.

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Andrew Christian wrote:

Judging a season by its first 3 scenarios is not a great way to really know.

Judging a seasons's power evel by its first 3 scenarios... same thing.

I actually think Season 6, overall, is easier than Season 5, and some of the lower level stuff is quite on par with Season 2 or 3.

While that is true, At the store I coordinate games, there were a few new players that started on 6-1 and hated the technology. I told them the entire season won't be like his and they came back for 2 and 3 and then quit. Unfortunately the next one didn't have what they didn't like.

Over all I like season six, I don't think I have disliked any and my group deliberately do scenarios three months after they come out so we don't have to worry if there is a delay like there was December 2013 and January 2014. I think my favorite is Hall of the Flesh Eaters. I feel those people really missed out but it is a risk when you have that many abnormal scenarios all in a row.

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Kevin and Qstor

Thank you.

How do I find out what the event codes are for the PFS specials?

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This will be my first Gen Con, I've already got the ticket, how do you sign up for games? Dp we have to pay money for each game we sign up for? I've heard from multiple sources it will start in May and my brother and I do not want to miss out on the multi-table specials.

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John Compton wrote:
Mike Bramnik wrote:
I'm a big guy, so trust me when I say that this is difficult for me (especially with a bad knee and bad back) - but if this is the Blakros museum, I might literally jump for joy!
Miiiiight beeee...

If it is not now I am going to be sooooo disappointed. I've wanted this for a while. Plus with remodeling, I wonder what it would look like? It could even be a future remodel.

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I created characters 10-20 which I already had reported games on last year (I accidentally made one a core even though the scenario was run before core was available). When I click on sessions on the character I go to a screen that says "Your Search did not match any items".

Grand Lodge

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I need to clarify... Reporting the scenarios for those characters I never created happened before the core changes. When I found out that characters had to officially be created in order to report now I just created the characters really quick so I wouldn't be a part of the problem of why my group can no longer report scenarios.

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Cort Odekirk wrote:
Terek, did you do this recently? We added code that does not allow reporting if all characters are not registered (or are registered for a different program, etc., we're going to be releasing code that will mitigate that somewhat in the case of unregistered characters, as it's turning out to be too restrictive). Given that unregistered characters should prevent the session from being reported, I'm curious as to how you reported the session.

No, it was done before the core campaign changes.

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Chad Newman wrote:
If it can't be fixed, at least give us a workaround.
I recommend not reporting the characters that are causing the issue. If it does not pop up RPG when you enter their number, delete them. If the GMs character is not registered, do not add his character number, just his player number. You can report a table of zero players. (This is how Overseer GMs are usually reported) If the players later register their characters, you can add them in later. Since the reporting system is not the official record of experience, minor errors like this do not affect much in the grand scheme of things.

The issue is then we have to remember what we didn't report then go back and report it again. This may seem like a small thing to people who don't understand how busy other people can be but it really is a big thing for us from our perspective. For time constraints I really want to just report the scenario once and be done with it. Now I have players emailing me and asking me why their sessions haven't been reported.

I've had way too many times where I don't get all of the information from players at the game. They swear they will give it to me and nine times out of ten they never ever do and I am left holding the bag with reporting stuff.

It really is a bad thing for bugs to prevent us from even saving what we do have from my perspective.

Grand Lodge

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I GM'd and reported a lot of games with several characters I have not added yet. Due to the new reporting bug I added those characters quickly and I noticed their sessions are not linked with the already reported sessions on that PFS#.

This is important because I give out new PFS#'s so I can report games without waiting for people to get back to me after they create their character. I've always told people they can create their account with their card and the session I report will automatically be linked to their character.

Bugs that prevent a coordinator from reporting games are really bad because often times coordinators do not have the ability to get more information, especially at conventions.

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Hawkmoon269 wrote:
This is a known issue. See this thread.

I didn't see these errors listed though guess I need to create a new thread.

I am also a GM and I reported games with several characters I have not added yet. I went a head and created those characters and it appears to not link those characters with the games already reported when I click to see that character's sessions.

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There appears to be several bugs affecting me and games reported by my characters.

I cannot report non core games. I keep getting an error saying the character is the wrong type.

At least half the people have not created their characters on this website.

Some of the characters were created before the core change.

Also I notice that hitting the show all scenario button now makes it so I show no scenarios and can't get back without exiting and coming back in.

I am also a GM and I reported games with several characters I have not added yet. I went a head and created those characters and it appears to not link those characters with the games already reported when I click to see that character's sessions.

Please email me if you need more information on this and how I can recreate this problem.

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Hey,

I've been tossing around ideas for a paladin of Kurgess to try to make a unique kind of paladin. My GM for the campaign I am building him for pointed out how he liked Faiths of Purity and the paladin codes for a few different dieties and asked me for some kind of code Kurgess's paladins would follow.

For those who don't know who Kurgess is, he is a Neutral Good God of bravery, competition, and sports. He became a diety after he saw a trap in one of his competitions, and he deliberately sprang it on himself to prevent anyone else in the competition from getting hurt. For more information, he has a small piece in Inner Sea Gods.

I view a paladin of Kurgess as someone who loves sportsmanship and values teamwork.

Code for Human Paladin of Kurgess:
I will put my team before myself. I will value my teammates lives above my own.

I will help my teammates overcome their weaknesses and seek to bring out their strengths.

I will be positive and uplifting to my team.

I will not tolerate cheating in any kind of organized competition, and will call it out if I ever see it.

I will be respectful to my opponents in any kind of competition.

If any I choose to fight ask me for a fair fight, I will always give it to them.

I will promote good sportsmanship in all that I do.

Anyone have any ideas on this?

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TritonOne wrote:
I don't quite understand all the hate directed at the "Iron Gods" adventure path, Numeria, and the efforts to tie-in the Pathfinder Society scenarios. These folks never loved "Expedition to the Barrier Peaks" or shown any appreciation to Paizo's loving homage to one of the greatest adventures in the history of "Dungeons & Dragons" and the RPG hobby.

Different people like different things. That is all you have to understand. Some people like caviar and I think it is gross. I like tofu plain, and others think it is gross. People don't have to like the same things as you.

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I've done a bunch of the groundwork, and yes it does take a lot of time to do what I did. I have all of the CRB (Core Rulebook) spells entered as well as over half of the CRB magic items. I also have all of the CRB poisons and other stuff as well as many other glossary terms. Plus I have about half of the CRB feats. I add other book's spells and items as I use them and those are slowly growing. I really want to get the summonable creatures entered in with stats for augmented, celestial, and fiendish entered into it to make quick lookups for summoning easier.

When preparing I cut and paste stat blocks, format them and then when I click save all of the stuff I have preentered gets suggested as a link. Speeds up my researching. Then I add the few items that I feel are missing to my rules database to make it easier to research, and go back and tell it to look for more links. Adding the few items I find missing doesn't take very much time.

I can't wait for them to make it so we can export and import content from one realm to another, which will make this prep work pay dividends. Right now only my Pathfinder Society realm has all of this prep work done on it and I created a naming convention for areas that flag what scenario they go with. The scenarios I am not running gets moved to the world almanac and the scenario I am currently running gets put in the story almanac, to make it so I don't have to search through a huge list of scenario locations to find the ones I am running the players through.

It works really well for me. When I ran Legacy of the Stonelords, I was so prepared and kept the game flowing that my table managed to make it through almost every single encounter without feeling overly rushed and I don't believe the overseer GM gave any extra time for us to get through more. I just had all of the data right there at my fingertips organized like an enhanced wiki. Now, I was running a low tier, and lower tier combats tend to flow faster.

Also, now that I did a lot of initial groundwork, it now takes less time for me to be more prepared for running scenarios.

If I ever run multiple scenarios at conventions, I will always use this to help me keep my research organized and handy. I can't get over how much it has helped me.

Grand Lodge

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In each book, Paizo publishes the Open Gaming License, usually in the back of their books. Also, they publish what is their Product Identity and what is open content, usually in the front of their books.

Study the OGL and look at multiple books by Paizo... After all they are using material from the third edition of D&D themselves and have to follow the rules of the Open Gaming License. If you use anything that is open I think you need to cite the reference in your book's OGL declaration. Note: Almost no pictures, names, dieties, stories, locations, trade dress, are open unless something previously declared those open.

Also, at PaizoCon I believe Paizo offers classes for people who want to make third party products. That might help you understand what is allowed.

Look at other third party books and see how they use the OGL for ideas.

If you want to be really safe... Hire a lawyer and get his help with understanding what to you can and can't do with the Open Gaming License. I am not a lawyer and never want to develop my own material to sell so my advice should be considered worth what you paid for it.

Grand Lodge

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Robert Jordan wrote:
Yeah my stuff literally sent me their shipping notifications 30 minutes or so after I posted. Just hadn't been near a real computer to update.

I just got my November shipment notice too.

Grand Lodge

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Robert Jordan wrote:
So just out of curiosity if my November subs haven't shipped yet, will you be snowballing them into December's shipment?

I will second this question. Also, if our November and December subscription shipments are combined, is it going to make our order so complicated that our order will be put last in the queue for December too?

Grand Lodge

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I am sure is has already been answered but I don't see it. Are these iconic sets going to be included in a subscription or do we need to order them separately?

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Jesse Davis wrote:


Once the sessions listed have GMs we will open the list up to open GM submissions.

When are you going to open the list up for GM submissions?

Are you going to allow people to use other online virtual table tops like d20pro?

I've tried to contact your email with questions about AetherCon weeks ago but no one has even responded. I don't know if my email is hitting a spam filter or not.

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I just want to put this out there. Not everyone dislikes ACG, MA, and WotR.

I love the advanced class guide. Sure mistakes happen, but it has some very creative and fun classes that fill new niches. My players that have used it like it too.

I also love Mythic Adventures and Wrath of the Righteous. I feel they fill a more thematic niche.

Different players have different tastes. I am grateful for the variety Paizo provides. Even though I may not like everything.

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Doug Miles wrote:
Yeah, I totally failed to understand the question but at least I pointed you to the Policy so you could find the answer yourself :/

You didn't fail, I got my answer because of you. I've read the Community Use Policy before but didn't think it applied to this. You pointed me to the section in it that showed it did.

Thank you Doug.

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Doug Miles wrote:

Here's the key text from the Community Use Policy: "You may not use artwork, including maps, that have not been published in the blog, although you may create your own interpretations of material presented in our artwork and maps, provided that your interpretations don't look substantially similar to our materials."

So 'substantially similar' is the key phrase. It is also subjective, so Paizo has the final say. I think you are OK since you created the map from scratch instead of simply cutting and pasting it before adding digital enhancement. You can add whatever credits you want, but in the end if Paizo says take it down, we take it down.

Ah thanks Doug for pointing me to that part of the Community Use Policy. I think I still need to put on it Paizo's community Use policy disclaimer because that paragraph is under the Permissions which has the text
Quote:
As long as you comply with all of the above usage requirements, we hereby grant you the following permissions:
For those who care. The disclaimer is
Quote:
"This [website, character sheet, or whatever it is] uses trademarks and/or copyrights owned by Paizo Inc., which are used under Paizo's Community Use Policy. We are expressly prohibited from charging you to use or access this content. This [website, character sheet, or whatever it is] is not published, endorsed, or specifically approved by Paizo Inc. For more information about Paizo's Community Use Policy, please visit paizo.com/communityuse. For more information about Paizo Inc. and Paizo products, please visit paizo.com."

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So, I made a 100x100 pixel per 5ft color VTT map of Bonekeep, Level One with a mapping tool. I'd like to upload it, but I want to make sure I don't step on Paizo's copyright and intellectual property. Does anyone know how to properly attribute Paizo?

I was thinking of putting something like this on it:

"This map is fan made remake of a map contained in Ruins of Bonekeep, Level One: The Silent Grave which is owned by Paizo Publishing, LLC. The creator of this map is not affiliated with Paizo Publishing, LLC.

Ruins of Bonekeep, Level One: The Silent Grave © 2013, Paizo Publishing, LLC; Author: Jason Bulmahn."

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Thank you,I've had problems getting replacements in the past because people keep saying "they aren't doing replacements for that set yet" and when I find out they are available I am already outside their replacement window from when I purchased the minies. I still have a knight of Ozrem that came with only one arm.

This "replacement" process is much better. However, I realize this won't be the normal replacement procedure.

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