A review article states the Pathfinder large figure bases are slightly larger than the DDM large mini bases. I wonder if this was just a simple omission. I use Dapper Devil attachable bases to track creatures and the review article claims the large Pathfinder minis do not fit in his Dapper Devil bases. I hope future Pathfinder releases change the size of the large mini to match the DDM ones. I can't justify purchasing any now that I'm heavily invested in Dapper Devil base attachments and use them all the time. ;(
Some notes/comments after downloading and checking out Zeotrope's KM spreadsheet:
- "Arena" listed twice in the "Building Type" column of the "Drop Down" sheet
- Buildings in spreadsheet but not in the Book of the River Nations product:
- Buildings in Book of the River Nations but not in spreadsheet:
- The cell colors (white:change, gray:calculated, drop down:various) are hard to see and many cells are white that aren't suppose to be edited/changed. Consider changing it so that cells that require user input (whether they are typed-in or from a drop-down menu) are in a unique color (pink or light red?) that's not used for ANY other cell.
- Typo on the "Instructions" page: "Overal" is missing an 'l'
Otherwise, awesome tool!!! :)
Does your latest spreadsheet support the additions found in the "Book of the River Nations: Complete Player's Reference for Kingdom Building" guide found here:
It has additional buildings and such. I plan on using this supplement for my campaign but also wanted to use your wonderful spreadsheet. I was going to modify your spreadsheet to include the additions from this supplement but I didn't want divergent versions of the spreadsheet (having to re-add all my changes when you updated).
Anyone? Bueller? lol
I'm looking for products that have (detailed) information on Elf Gates, specifically on where they exist and how these operate.
Here's what I dug up from the products that I have:
- Into the Darklands: Drow city of Blackstrand in The Darklands
Anything I'm missing?
James Jacobs wrote:
Was this verified? i plan on using Blackstrand as a site. :)
Vic Wertz wrote:
Excellent!! Let us know when it's done. I'll put my project on hold until then. :)
Thank you very much, much appreciated.
Something is odd here. Comparing the original file to the new files in adobe reader at 800% zoom reveals the text in the original as much clearer in the original download. The text in the two new downloads isn't nearly as clear. Any ideas?
I don't have my other tools here (Photoshop, Acrobat) to try deeper forensics.
Thanks! I could have used that updated version a couple of days ago. I spent the last 2 days coloring each text label according to its type (water, mountain, town, deserts, etc). I was able to get each map quadrant with it's labels through Acrobat.
Hopefully my Photoshop layers can easily be moved to the new version. I'll know in a day or 3. :)
I just bought the PDF version and, with the exception of no nation borders, I am very happy with the product.
Why no nation borders? I found them very interesting and during play they are a wonderful gameplay aid. I plan on adding them myself but would have preferred the same simple dotted red nation borders from the original map.
Does the printed version have nation borders?
Rivermurk the Vengeful wrote:
Awesome! Your maps looked to be well over 5' in height, not even including your frames! Just how tall is the map? I'm not sure I have room to mount it. :o
I'm running (a heavily altered) Kingmaker campaign in 4e and created the mapboard below. The first pic if a modified map from someone here who created the original black and white version.
The bottom layer is foamboard, with foamboard sections for each of the 4 Stolen Lands areas. I planned on removing and using only the section of the Stolen Lands the party was in, but we decided to use the entire map all of the time so I glued the 4 pieces to bottom board. Each of the 4 Stolen Lands sections is a 11x17" label paper printout placed onto the foamboard. We mark areas with pins. The village/city/party miniatures are from the Games Wrokshop Mighty Empires game. As you can see, I cut out pieces of hex paper and tacked them to the board with double-sided tape. I peel these off, one by one, as the party explored a hex.
So far it's working well. I plan on "upgrading" the system to use magnetic pieces. Without much thought I plan on printing the 4 Stolen Lands area onto 11x17" label paper again and sticking them to either a steel sheet or some RubberSteel I have. I'll then put magnets on the bottom of my village/city/party/army minis and also use magnetic pins to mark special areas. I'll post more pics as I go on.
Colored map of someone elses work from these boards:
Stolen Lands progress map:
Hmm, I don't know if this board supports pics. It doesn't look like it. :(
Does anyone know where the latest version is, and which of the above mentioned tweaks are included?
Just wondering if I should use the spreadsheet or manage cities by (*GULP*) hand?
Last I saw, this file name was the latest (Berhagen_'s Kingmaker_Kingdom_Sheet_V_2.0.xlsx) and I found it at the mediafire link here, posted by wraithstrike (http://www.mediafire.com/?z51swunox1438).
Does anyone know if there exists a Golarion map that shows the locations where each of the player races (and other significant races) reside on the world map? I'm thinking of a Golarion map that has a color overlay for each race. for example, showing Dwarves as a brown color in the Five Kings Mountains, Lands of the Linnorm Kings, and the Mindspin Mountains.
Also, are there any other great Golarion maps for a GM, possibly such as planetary/continental map (I can't find any), political map, weather patterns, etc?
The only maps I have are from the Gazetteer, the Campaign Setting, and the Kingmaker APs, so any additional user or official maps would be great.