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Way to go Erik!!! More domestic animals!!! Very good for hungry monster and farm encounters. More things we need.
1) Mounts (riderless and with rider)(Different horses light and heavy, camels riding dog)- They are always around on random encounters especially during travel.
2) Carts and caravan wagons- Used often enough by npc and pcs.
3) More commoners. Barkeep, blacksmith, shopkeeper, farmers, regular folks- Any combat happening out in an urban center, there will be folks in the way and around.

Frankly if you make these, you'll do well. Especially if your focus is miniatures for roleplay purpose. I hope you like the suggestions.


No worries Sharaya. It actually isn't paizos fault that there was a lack of previews on that product. It was actually the product licensers fault.


I realized I want to know what the miniatures involved will be first. Unlike paizo there has been very little previews involving the product in question.


James has one of the great old ones been awakened ?


Hey James I will apologize for the length of this post. But some questions will be asked in it that will greatly help me make an awesome grand investigation based Adventure Path for my home game.
I was recently challenged by friends to craft a Golarion based investigation based AP on the greatest mystery of the Golarion setting. The death of Aroden. Now don't worry I will not ask you how it happened just ask if you have an idea for a gap in my knowledge based on Golarion lore.

The AP starts out with the premise that all players are members of the Pathfinder Society. Young members trying to make a name for themselves and a rival party challenges them to a Society dual of sorts. To come up with the next great instalment of the Pathfinder Chronicles. And a bunch of mysteries of Golarion are thrown into a hat and drawn. And their task is to investigate his death. The designated Venture Captain that is to oversee this gives them their first step. Go visit one of the last surviving priests of Aroden. A mad (half-elf or elf can't remember) who inhabits an old church to Aroden. Because if anyone had inside knowledge of what happened it would be someone who experienced it first hand.
Part 1
The PCs visit said mad priest of Aroden who after exhaustive talking with the man realize he is rather delusional and unhelpful. But it becomes apparent through his fidgeting and ramblings he has lost his holy symbol to Aroden. This takes the PCs through the first adventure recovering the holy symbol from a nearby ruin and old holy site to Aroden abandoned 80 years ago. Upon it's recovery the priest gives the first real insight into why people were certain Aroden is dead. And becomes lucid from his madness for the first time in decades ** The following is my text from the priest and not canon**
" Have you ever had faith and been so connected to your god? Most people never do. But back when the church was a true church it was a thing of beauty. A church like no other. No other church on the face of Golarion had the surety that their deity would manifest and make things right. That in a few short years all ones patience would be rewarded, with a divine reward on Golarion." Tears fill his eyes
When asked about the death
Speaks through partial sobs "How did we know he was gone......? A clerics connection to his deity is an intimate thing, you are invested with his power to further your gods cause. It's a humbling experience that should keep one in check everyday....... That day was greatly anticipated, we all knew how it was going to end. We al knew we would see our god return to Golarion on that day and all would be set right. And as the time approached....... I don't really know how to explain it....... as the time approached I could feel every other cleric of Aroden. I could feel their warm faith and anticipation, across the vast distances that separate us we all could feel each others consciousness....... And I mean that literally in an instant we were all aware of each other, we thought this was it. This was Aroden arriving.......... looking back now I believe this was more like the loving embrace of a dying parent, whose final thoughts were on their children. And then it all ended, no fanfare, no explosions just emptiness. One minute we were all connected, the next we were all alone with not even the feeling of our faith magic around us. I remember the confusion.... it soon lead to panic, when we realized our spells were no longer there, that our clerical magic items in the temples had lost their magic as well. All turned to weeping, and the disasters that happened over the next few months are well documented....."
Part 2
Working on this one. I have the idea of sending the PCs to Arodens faiths equivalent of the Vatican, for further investigation. I envision a huge abandoned (except by monsters and as of yet protagonist organization) Complex in an old nearly abandoned district of a city.

Part 3
The PCs investigations lead them to an organization of Diviners and oracles that supposedly saw the doom that was to come before Aroden died. What they saw had them all commit Suicide before hand.The bad part is that their headquarters was located in the Sodden Lands. Part 3 has the PCs trekking into the heart of the Sodden Lands to investigate what these people could have seen. Do these long dead oracles have insight into why prophecy failed after Arodens death? Also another confrontation with a particular shadow organization as yet to be determined.

Part 4
The Eye!!! The vague ramblings of the deceased cult of deceased diviners reveals one particular unknown piece of information.
**** Warning not Golarion Canon*****
When the Eye of Anendigo formed an Island rose from the sea floor. This adventure focuses on finding the best (and willing) stormrider captain willing to brave the heart of the storm to take the PCs to the mysterious Island at the heart. Something no one has ever done in recorded history. And the exploration of the island itself. Whereupon the PCs will find they are not alone on the island. The shadowy protagonists have secured the center of the island along with a naturally occuring portal in the islands heart. Where could the portal lead to?

Part 5
Axis!! After the PCs face off against (the protagonist organization) and enter the portal at the heart of the island, they find themselves transported to the outer planes. In point of fact they find themselves in an abandoned part of the great planar metropolis of Axis. Inside the former divine domain of Aroden himself. In this part of the adventure I plan to make it more sandbox style exploration where the PCs will fight insane former divine guardians of Aroden, and guardian denizens of Axis who were sworn to keep people out of this domain. Culminating in the PCs gaining access to the heart of Arodens former Domain, his grand Temple/palace.

Part 6
The Grave!!! The final installment will have the PCs find the final resting place of Aroden himself. There they will face off against the (shadowy protagonists) one last time. Whereupon they finally find out this organizations true goal, to find Arodens body and there find the secrets on how to kill a god. Will the PCs prevail and stop this organization from gaining powers not meant to be wielded by mortals. Will they manage to keep the sanctity of Arodens resting place? And maybe the most important question of all, will they submit their chapter of the Pathfinder chronicles?

My questions to help me develop this Adventure path for my home group.
Question 1- Is there an official Aroden Vatican? And if so where was it located?
I know at the time the faith was very much centred in the Empire of Cheliax so I like the idea of dodging Thrune agents and Hellknights
Follow up- If it is not yet revealed or something can't reveal (Arodens Vatican) can you suggest a place it would be located.
Question 2- What shadowy organization in your opinion best fits my ideas as a protagonist
Question 3- I know Arodens graves location is a secret. Therefore can you throw out some cool suggestions as to where I could place his grave completely unofficially of course.
Question 4- Do you like my ideas?
Question 5- Do you think it will be to frustrating for my PCs to finish this Adventure Path and still not know what killed Aroden? (As I plan not to reveal it to them, because in my opinion some things are best kept secret.)


Like I said I have no idea why I am the way I am. It isn't to attack pdfs, because I can definitely see their utility. I personally just can't use them. Not only just Pathfinder and gaming material. I love old books. I buy Folio Society books all the time as well. I love going to old antique book stores and just wandering. So I think it is something deeply ingrained in me.


Living in Potton Bedfordshire. Moved from Canada. Wondering if there was anyone around.


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I don't know what it is. I have a problem. I can't read pdfs. I have been a subscriber to pathfinder since the beginning, and I own all the pathfinder written material. Except the pdfs. I have a bunch of them available for download. And I have access to the pdf long before the written material arrives. And even though I am super excited, I just can't bring myself to really look at the pdfs because I hate it. I would rather lug a metric tonne of books around than one laptop. Even ipads are useless to me at games.
The most tragic part is I would love to support more 3pp companies. But guess what all those damnably stupid pdf releases ruin it for me. I have to have a book in my hands or it's just a no.
What is wrong with me. Am I just a technological luddite?
I don't even care how crowded my gaming shelf gets. I would rather have that than a full hard drive.......


Hey James is there anything you need or want from London or Cambridge when I go there next weekend?


I got Ned Stark. Grrrrrr heads will roll for this!!!!!


Just an idea Erik and something to consider. Mounts. Light Horses, Heavy horses, camels, Riding dog. A cart and horse. All without riders. Why? Because they would be used. How often are mounts used to travel in the game? And then how often does a random encounter occur? What would you use to represent the mount?

Request the 2nd. First great job on the Reign of Winter Minis. Especially the animals. A flock of goats is awesome for a hungry monster encounter. My second suggestion is more domestic animals like pigs, cattle, oxen, etc. Again good for farm encounters, and random encounters in farmland. Often times these animals are around or in the way.

What do you think?


James. Do you ever get free Pathfinder Battles minis?


James Jacobs wrote:
Tels wrote:
Was the Pathfinder Society inspired by the Free Masons at all?
Nope. They were more inspired by Raiders of the Lost Ark.

I think "The Esoteric Order of the Palatine Eye is more the Masons.


James I am generally not a fan of sci-fi technology in my fantasy settings. However i am also open minded and because I enjoy everything pathfinder thus far (and own it all) I am willing to give it a chance. Plus given the amount of quality rpg products paizo has produced over the years I owe them as much to give it a chance. Do you think that The Numeria Campaign setting book, Technology Guide, and Iron Gods AP will win me over?


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Aeglos- I am adjusting slowly but steadily to english life. It takes time. But no tea for me thank you.
Celestial Healer- It would have been much better if my husband was an Indian British citizen, that way we could tell the neighbours we were just be "The Just Custodians" of their properties.


Awesome more commoner minis and a leucrotta. Good preview.


I have yet to find a gaming group in the UK. And as a side note a single room is no longer enough to contain my gaming collection. Time to start annexing a second room. The husband will not be pleased.


Only someone who actually visited L'Anse aux Meadows and was interested in the tour would know it :P
No Jaws hit the floor but a few people did give me looks.


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So it turns out my brain is full of random stupid facts. Just won quiz night at the local Pub. The winning question worth 25 Points in the History category
"What is the name of the first european immigrant born on North American soil"
"Damn I read this years ago in newfoundland... His name was Snorri"
"Correct the earliest known immigrant was a boy child named Snorri born to a viking family around the year 1046 AD in L'Anse aux Meadows Newfoundland"

I'm not smart at all, just random crap ends up in my head.


My post on the June subscription page. (Keep in mind my minis come with this order).
"*Patiently awaits for his minis fix*
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*Twitch*
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*Twitch* *Eyespasm*
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*Fidgets*
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.... has it shipped yet?....
*Involuntary drooling* *Twitch*"


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*Patiently awaits for his minis fix*
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*Twitch*
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*Twitch* *Eyespasm*
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*Fidgets*
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.... has it shipped yet?....
*Involuntary drooling* *Twitch*


1)So far so good. The small elementals as commons are awesome for summon monster spells and encounters A+ strategy there.
2) Lamashtu cultist and thugs- Awesome encounter squad. Great for any Lamashtu based adventure A+
3) Forest Drake- Solid encounter piece more likely to be encountered than a dragon, and can appear in multiples. So overall B+
4) Giant Frilled lizard- I love animal sculpts but pardon the pun this seems like a likely fringe encounter as in not likely to be seen a lot so a B
5)Medium Brass Dragon- This a 50/50 for me. I play good dragons as wary and paranoid and likely still will attack an adventuring party if their home or territory is threatened. I know some people like to play good dragons as super benevolent and friendly, so this could go either way depending on the person. But dragons are always a solid choice.
6)Shemhazian demon- I will wait for the final sculpt to pass personal judgement. But the idea of a non dragon garagantuan is appealing and I hope it looks awesome.


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Ssalarn wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Ssalarn wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:

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2) All women seem to be hugely busty or always (with few exceptions) slim perfect or near perfect specimens.
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Sorry to cut out the bulk of your post but this was the piece I wanted to address.

It's not just the women who meet this criteria, it's true of the men as well. From the Sean Connery iconic wizard (serously, I know quite a few ladies who really dig Ezren),the rippling abs of the iconic monk, to the permanent 5 o'clock shadow and Kevin Sorbo hair of the iconic Fighter, most of the male iconics are portrayed as attractive figures as well.

I think that has more to do with the fact that artists like to draw these stylized figures. Generally, when an artist does something they want it to be attractive and possibly edgy, unless the point is to achieve the opposite effect.

Not everyone wants to envision their fantasy character as being dumpy and flawed like the rest of us. I remember a friend of mine once saying that the reason she never played Horde characters in WoW was because "I'm dumpy and clumsy in real life, why would I want to be that all over again in a game where I can be anything?". So I think there's both a market and a demand for these physically impressive characters.

I think Paizo actually has done a very good job of portraying characters who, while perhaps peak physical specimens, are at least realistically proportioned with achieveable builds. The women anyways. Frankly I think the standards set by Seltyiel and Sajan are far more unrealistic and unachievable than any of the female iconics or NPCs who aren't some kind of sex monster.

I say these things for a good reason. Now I am not intentionally going to be flippant about male self image problems, because they do exist and it isn`t healthy. But more severely are female body image problems. It is near epidemic in our society. The unrealistic view of female body image is causing women to kill themselves literally,
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Slight over reaction on your part I am afraid. I do think male body image is an important issue. However it was not the subject of this thread, tangents such as these tend to get politely told to start a new thread or get deleted, which is why I came across as flippant, and chose to focus more on the issue at hand close to the topic of the thread.


Ssalarn wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:

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2) All women seem to be hugely busty or always (with few exceptions) slim perfect or near perfect specimens.
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Sorry to cut out the bulk of your post but this was the piece I wanted to address.

It's not just the women who meet this criteria, it's true of the men as well. From the Sean Connery iconic wizard (serously, I know quite a few ladies who really dig Ezren),the rippling abs of the iconic monk, to the permanent 5 o'clock shadow and Kevin Sorbo hair of the iconic Fighter, most of the male iconics are portrayed as attractive figures as well.

I think that has more to do with the fact that artists like to draw these stylized figures. Generally, when an artist does something they want it to be attractive and possibly edgy, unless the point is to achieve the opposite effect.

Not everyone wants to envision their fantasy character as being dumpy and flawed like the rest of us. I remember a friend of mine once saying that the reason she never played Horde characters in WoW was because "I'm dumpy and clumsy in real life, why would I want to be that all over again in a game where I can be anything?". So I think there's both a market and a demand for these physically impressive characters.

I think Paizo actually has done a very good job of portraying characters who, while perhaps peak physical specimens, are at least realistically proportioned with achieveable builds. The women anyways. Frankly I think the standards set by Seltyiel and Sajan are far more unrealistic and unachievable than any of the female iconics or NPCs who aren't some kind of sex monster.

I say these things for a good reason.

Now I am not intentionally going to be flippant about male self image problems, because they do exist and it isn`t healthy. But more severely are female body image problems. It is near epidemic in our society. The unrealistic view of female body image is causing women to kill themselves literally, it is a horrible problem. And I know this is just my opinion but hyper sexualized and hyper optomalized images of women doesn`t help. I am asking for more realistic interpretations for a good reason is all.


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It is a delicate issue for sure. I`m not entirely sure how to comment on the issue at hand, but here is what I have noticed.
1) Females scantily clad (This means you Seoni I`m sorry)
2) All women seem to be hugely busty or always (with few exceptions) slim perfect or near perfect specimens.
3) Boob armor plate. Not only do we know it didn`t exist in real life, it looks silly and is completely impractical.
4) Not advocating that we should balance by oversexualizing men, but a few handsome gentlemen hear and there would help, (not overly muscled beefcakes either)

My suggestion how to solve it:
The only thing I can suggest, tone down the female artwork. Portray womens personality not just as an object of lust or love, but with powerful strongwilled personalities. Women generals who one would not dare approach with such insolent behavior. Powerful, educated, still beautiful, strong willed female portrayals can go a long way. In fact I have seen such examples such as Queen Galfrey of Mendev.
This is only one mans opinion and I hope I have been sensitive enough toward the topic, and contributed to the discussion.


Hey James what do you think of these product ideas?


Liz Courts wrote:
Set wrote:


The Minis Maniac" wrote:


3) The book of the Damned (limited)
Basically a limited release that includes all 3 book of the damned series as well as suitable support articles about demons, plus demons revisited, some fiction written in as appropriate. Make a suitable artistically carry case that looks like stitched leather from various demonic and humanoid sources, where the hardcover and artistic prints will sit inside.

That would probably be super-expensive and have a limited audience. I don't see more than a hundred or so people willing to plunk out 150 bucks or more for a big book of demonology/devilology/etc.

Relevant data point: We still have the Rise of the Runelords Deluxe Collector's Edition in stock.

That is very unfortunate Liz. I own one. It is an awesome piece of art. I'm sorry you didn't sell as many as should have been sold. :(


I had some cool product ideas that may or may not seem cool to paizo folks but here goes.
1)Golarion globe.
Yes an actual globe. Where I know the full globe has not yet been developed this idea could work out in the future with an awesome artwork globe.

2)Deluxe world maps (Limited edition)
This is a fully deluxe item where you take a golarion region do a fully detailed out artistic flavored drawing and put it on a faux backing that rolls up in a scroll tube that is also artistically done.
Examples
a) Taldor- done in a european medieval style map drawing on faux pressed cloth backing into a detailed renaissance like scroll tube.
b) Osirian- done in an ancient egyptian theme illustration on faux pressed reed papyrus that rolls up into a suitably egyptian style scroll case
c) Land of the Linnorm kings- Done in a very viking esque mapping technigue on faux goat leather rolled up into a very scandinavian flavor scroll case.
d)(insert suitable Tian Xia nation here) done in semi authentic asian themed artword done on faux pressed bamboo slatted mat rolled up into an asian style scroll tube.

3) The book of the Damned (limited)
Basically a limited release that includes all 3 book of the damned series as well as suitable support articles about demons, plus demons revisited, some fiction written in as appropriate. Make a suitable artistically carry case that looks like stitched leather from various demonic and humanoid sources, where the hardcover and artistic prints will sit inside.

These are just a few ideas I had mulling around my head. I know they may be stupid but I think they would sell.


James Jacobs wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
How likely is it we will see another mythic AP?
Not that likely, but not impossible.

Did it not sell well enough? I thought it was brilliantly done and really hope we see more of it.


Whats the deal guys. The minis preview is one of the highlights of the entire weeks worth of blog. How about we bump some other stuff and give us another minis preview mid week to make up for it?


How likely is it we will see another mythic AP?


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Made it to the new place in Potton. Things are starting to come together. Caught up on sleep. And the cat is almost settled in. Hope all is well back in North America


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Made it tot he UK. In a hotel not to far from Heathrow. I am exhausted from so much travel. And will sleep like a log when my room is ready.


Hey Aeglos. I have been told that I have to visit my family (2nd and 3rd cousins mostly) in Saarbrucken sometime soon. Just FYI


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So it is finally here. I spend the night in a hotel out near the airport. Tomorrow at 1 I fly out and leave Saskatoon forever. Sometime about midnight to 7pm (damned timezones confuse me) I will leave Canada and will arrive at about 10am in London Heathrow. Spend the night in a hotel not to far from the airport, and early am on the 23rd I will arrive at my new place in Bedfordshire. I can't imagine how folks did this trip 100 years ago :S


Well, movers are here to take all my stuff. time to rough it on an air mattress for a few weeks. Also it is snowing today and I love it!!! It makes everyone else bitter and angry but not me.


Well read part 1 of Mummys Mask. I quite enjoy it. I have wanted an Osirian campaign for quite awhile and this is filling my desires quite nicely. As for Iron Gods I'm still quite meh about it but I wouldn't cancel my subscription for it. In the end Paizo makes all the stuff I like and I will support them financially regardless.


I am spending easter packing. Lovingly wrapping all my large + miniatures in newspaper and packing them in boxes. 12 boxes in now.........


No place yet. we have made inquiries though. As for a hobby room I will most likely have one.


Packing, Packing, Packing. It's sad to see my hobby room so disassembled.


DSXMachina wrote:
Drejk wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Drejk wrote:
aeglos wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
So made a trip to Edmonton and back at the beginning of the week for my UK visa application. Got up there to get my biometrics done and the employees are all contractors who know nothing and answered no questions. So I am given this checklist of like a dozen things and only half of which I was asked to bring for the application. So I was panicked plus I had to pay $2000 for the damn thing. Since these contractors have no idea what the visa requirements are I get no info and left all panicked that I didn't bring the right paperwork. I get home to see the checklist they gave me was for ALL settlement visas for the UK. So now I still have my doubts as to wether I will be fine. But apparently I can appeal the decision and even enter the UK while it is appealed. My God this process sucks so much. And I may have to make an impromptu trip to Ireland if things go weirdly.

wait a minute, aren't you Canadian? you need a visa to visit GB?? you even share the head of state but can not travel at will ?

thats strange
Uh, even I can be in UK as long as I want without any visa...
I am moving to the UK guys. My husband got a job with Cambridge University, we will be living in Bedfordshire starting the end of May. That's why I need the visa :P
We know. We are all just surprised that Her Majesty's Loyal Subject From Colonies (You are Canadian, right?) needs to have visa to do so when we, Uncouth Eastern Europe Foreigners can come, settle and even work without any such complex paperwork.

Hence all the horrid political stuff with the EU & the UK.

But it's tricky for non-EU residents to work/live over here, whilst I'm sure it is going to the US (even for holiday's).

I understand the stickiness with the Visa situation. They want to make sure you're not a layabout who is coming over to collect public funds. But in my case I have thoroughly proven that is not the case. They have my full employment history, they have my husbands full employment history. They have my husbands letter of offer from the company he is going to work for including wage. They have proof we are not in a greencard marriage with a marriage license going back 4 and half years ago + leases that go back even further with both our names on it. So I think all will be fine, but even so this is stressful.


Drejk wrote:
aeglos wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
So made a trip to Edmonton and back at the beginning of the week for my UK visa application. Got up there to get my biometrics done and the employees are all contractors who know nothing and answered no questions. So I am given this checklist of like a dozen things and only half of which I was asked to bring for the application. So I was panicked plus I had to pay $2000 for the damn thing. Since these contractors have no idea what the visa requirements are I get no info and left all panicked that I didn't bring the right paperwork. I get home to see the checklist they gave me was for ALL settlement visas for the UK. So now I still have my doubts as to wether I will be fine. But apparently I can appeal the decision and even enter the UK while it is appealed. My God this process sucks so much. And I may have to make an impromptu trip to Ireland if things go weirdly.

wait a minute, aren't you Canadian? you need a visa to visit GB?? you even share the head of state but can not travel at will ?

thats strange
Uh, even I can be in UK as long as I want without any visa...

I am moving to the UK guys. My husband got a job with Cambridge University, we will be living in Bedfordshire starting the end of May. That's why I need the visa :P


So made a trip to Edmonton and back at the beginning of the week for my UK visa application. Got up there to get my biometrics done and the employees are all contractors who know nothing and answered no questions. So I am given this checklist of like a dozen things and only half of which I was asked to bring for the application. So I was panicked plus I had to pay $2000 for the damn thing. Since these contractors have no idea what the visa requirements are I get no info and left all panicked that I didn't bring the right paperwork. I get home to see the checklist they gave me was for ALL settlement visas for the UK. So now I still have my doubts as to wether I will be fine. But apparently I can appeal the decision and even enter the UK while it is appealed. My God this process sucks so much. And I may have to make an impromptu trip to Ireland if things go weirdly.


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So submitted my Visa on Sunday. And cause we both wanted this thing over with we just finished a 6 hour drive to Edmonton to have my Visa Biometrics and interview done tomorrow morning. Back to work on Wednesday.


What Erik says makes sense to me actually. The majority of Miniature consumers are PLAYERS not GMs. Therefore the majority of players would be looking for that perfect PC mini, or buying a bunch for future PC ideas. Now I have been miniature collecting over a decade and a lot of miniature collectors would be very similar I would imagine as the hobby is well established, therefore builder sets would mostly appeal to one demographic new miniature collecting GMs. This would mean sales on those could be a bit lax.
But on the brightside Erik I will continue my subscription and enjoy what is produced.


Holy Crap I leave next month!!! Also By the end of next month I will have made my first trip to London.


Dear government you suck at doing the simplest tasks. My husband requested a letter that is necessary for my Spousal Visa on March 3rd. And they said they sent it March 4th. We received it Friday and it had been post dated for the 21st. So after us nagging them about it, it had sat on someones desk waiting to be sent for 3 weeks. >:(


Aberzombie wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:

Hey all sorry been gone for awhile. Life gets way to busy. So for those of you not caught up on my life.

Event 1: My husband finally got a position for Cambridge University
Event 2: Work goes crazy busy my life has no time for fun
Event 3: Crazy preparation for moving

So in short I have 8 weeks left hear in North America. Soon to be a resident of Bedfordshire England.

Huzzah! Road trip!

Your always welcome Aberzombie. You get the plane ticket and you'll have a place to stay family and all.


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Hey all sorry been gone for awhile. Life gets way to busy. So for those of you not caught up on my life.
Event 1: My husband finally got a position for Cambridge University
Event 2: Work goes crazy busy my life has no time for fun
Event 3: Crazy preparation for moving

So in short I have 8 weeks left hear in North America. Soon to be a resident of Bedfordshire England.


I feel no better for the death of this vile man. Though he has passed away his legacy of disgusting behavior continues. This man who protested the funerals murdered LGBT victims. This man who had no regard for the grief mothers who lost sons to war. This man who he and his vile church held signs thanking God for IEDs and with a megaphone proclaimed that God sent your children back dead for not executing all the f*~*~+s. This man who lead a church of hate and his legacy will only be pain, hatred, and bigotry. I will not celebrate your death Fred Phelps, because there is nothing to celebrate. I can only hope you died alone shunned by those you love as the news seems to portend.

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