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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Society Member. 401 posts. No reviews. 1 list. No wishlists.


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Berselius wrote:
Disappointing and a true let down by a company I used to admire heavenly. If this ends up going to far then I'll find another company or rpg system to use.

...well, *someone* has to bite, I guess...why?

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Funded!! Congratulations Robert and team!

PRD wrote:
Spell Selection and Preparation: A divine spellcaster selects and prepares spells ahead of time through prayer and meditation at a particular time of day. The time required to prepare spells is the same as it is for a wizard (1 hour), as is the requirement for a relatively peaceful environment. When preparing spells for the day, a cleric can leave some of her spell slots open. Later during that day, she can repeat the preparation process as often as she likes. During these extra sessions of preparation, she can fill these unused spell slots. She cannot, however, abandon a previously prepared spell to replace it with another one or fill a slot that is empty because she has cast a spell in the meantime. Like the first session of the day, this preparation takes at least 15 minutes, and it takes longer if she prepares more than one-quarter of his spells.

You consume a slot to prepare a spell; you don't prepare a selection of spells to choose from when consuming a spell slot.

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Pledging because A) PF compatible B) space awesomeness C) tons of talented people working on it and D) New England-based? How can I not back a neighbor?!

In for a set. These are sexy as heck!

Love that drummer!

Out of curiosity, OP, when do *you* think it'll happen, and what do tou want to see in it?

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DM_aka_Dudemeister wrote:

I for one hope this adventure path ends with my Brawlbarian punching Cthulhu in his stupid squid face.

I want my heroes to eff the ineffable.

Thank you for giving me my new favorite line.

The third expansion looks great as well, it has some nice terrain pieces for graveyards!

Closing in on 1.31mil, the PF iconics from the ACG look great!

Side note - if Paizo ever tems up with Reaper to run a PF Bones KS that includes monsters from the bestiaries, I'd have to sell a kidney.

Greylurker wrote:
hmm...not something I need for Pathfinder but great big artillery cannon is kind of neat looking

That canon will have a home in my PF game at the Gunworks in the Mana Wastes ^.^

And a bronze dragon, Kyphrixis, as well!

We're throwing ourselves into the front lines as well but these guys are relentless!

There are some very interesting previews for this one, though. The possible steampunk cannon-esque thing is quite intriguing...

Caineach wrote:
My Day 3 guess is that they finish at just over 2M

I'd agree with this estimate. People are getting super excited with kicktraq numbers but those aren't particularly accurate.

Some of the stuff in the preview pictures posted online are pretty awesome!

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Terror bird ftw!!!

Jason Nelson wrote:

Ultimate Armies is still targeted for a GenCon release.

Work work work work work work... :)

Yaaay!!! Can't wait!!! Hope to pick it up then!!

Ooh, just discovered this and Ultimate Battle!! Looking forward to getting them next pay cycle!

Jason - any updates you're willing & able to share on Ultimate Armies? From the sounds of it, that's gonna be the one I need if my players successfully start a mercenary company.

Adam Daigle wrote:
Other support books linking this to Golarion would make good sense, wouldn't it?

Such. A. Tease!

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"...busier than a four-armed girallon in a handshaking contest"

Best. Line. Ever.

Also, love the gnome!

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Dealing with "bloat" in 2 simple steps:
1. Use what you like.
2. Don't use what you don't like.

If it ever does happen, here's hoping for a matching set of pawns.

The dungeon dressing pieces alone are making this set an absolute must-have!

That brazier looks amazing. This set is shaping up to be quite full of awesomeness.

Dungeon dressing!!! YES GAWD!!! Very exciting!!

I would love a set based on the Inner Sea Bestiary, myself. An annihilator robot case incentive...niche, probably not popular, but...dang.

Ooh, and siege engines.

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I'm trying to mark this post for FAQ (eff-ay-kyoo, btw) but I don't have the option.

We should get a clarification from the devs.

I would hesitate to call two occurrences of an event a 'trend'.

If you're allowed to use the rules for designing spells, maybe you could create a higher-level version of mirror strike.

I like that, it feels like everyone at Paizo loves their world, their stories, and their background material. You can tell they're writing the stories they want to tell, not just random generic descriptions for the sake of providing a "default" world.

Goblin Squad Member

Stoneham, MA, but originally from

George Velez wrote:
San Juan, PR

Dude! Me too! Wepa!

"avari3' wrote:
the gaming crowd ain't too big here.

No kidding, we could use more gamers (specially tabletop gamers).


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yellowdingo wrote:
yellow things are a security threat to all cats're yellow...

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I tried the line 3 times, being forced to quit the first two because of events I wanted to participate in. I was finally able to get in on Saturday.

I have to say, I know why Paizo had to handle the line that way. I also know (from talking to multiple vendors) that ICC was being particularly persnicketty this year with how they wanted people to handle their booths (and from a few rumors I heard on Sunday, it might be even more annoying next year); so kudos to you guys for handling it the way you did.

As for the whole experience...yes, the line may have been annoying, but:
1.I met new people while waiting in line, with whom I had very entertaining conversations about gaming.
2. I got a chance to just people watch, as the gen con hordes came and went. It actually gave me an excuse to watch the cosplays!
3. When I finally made it in, I got to talk to Lisa and Chris and Stephen and Erik and James and an especially awesome Paizo employee who swapped my goblin for a red horned demon (who shall rename nameless in case this might get 'em in trouble lolz) and it was just FREKIN' AWESOME AND PERFECT.

So a big applause to you guys. Paizo has, for 2 years now, been the highlight of my Gen Con experience.

I had a similar idea since we drove to/from gencon but "SubcompactCon" just can't handle large crowds.

Erik Mona wrote:
Robert Jordan wrote:
Out of curiosity will we be seeing anymore of the Builder Series? Or has that product line been put into a holding pattern. I literally just realized how long it had been since I had seen any movement on that front.

It's probably charitable at this point to call it a holding pattern. Basically, neither of the sets we did generated sales high enough for WizKids to want to do more.

This is sad news indeed. I have both sets and like them a lot. In fact, next game night the PC's will be going into some ancient ruins inhabited by the entire 'We Be Goblins' set (with the exception of the goblin snake shaman).

Would a different format resuscitate the line? Perhaps fixed packs, like the Beginner Box Heroes? I'm sure this has all been discussed at length, but one can hope!

Random, off-topic comment from obscure forums lurker.

Additional question: if I opt to pick up my stuff at GenCon, can I take an epic selfie with the Paizo staff?

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silverhair2008 wrote:
Has anyone or everyone ever heard the term, "You can't please all of the people all of the rime"?

I have, and trying to do so has often left me cold.

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Joe M. wrote:

I like having a CRB that's a strong baseline that doesn't need additional products.

This is especially nice to have when introducing new players to the game. The barriers to entry are already incredibly high, no need to make that problem worse by asking them to learn *multiple* hardcovers' worth of character options.

I disagree that new players *have* to learn multiple hardcovers. I'm currently running a game for 4 people new to the game using only the CRB, Bestiary, and the Inner Sea World Guide.

You can make the game as simple or as complicated as you choose. Don't let the books choose for you.

This year will be my first True Dungeon experience. Can't wait!

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Insnare wrote:
I think the six adventures in an AP is great but I thought maybe if you ran two APs simultaneously it may help. What I mean is January AP 1 book 1 and February AP 2 book 1, March AP 1 book 2 and on, which I think may make the stories a bit more cohesive.

I suspect this would make the subscription model rather complicated.

"Yo mama so fat, I had to cast reduce person instead"?

Trinite wrote:
I like the art of her face a lot. She has a very distinctive nose.

Is it just me, or does she kinda look like Ellen tho?

Cool backstory, great art. looking forward to the brawler.

If this turns out to be a combination of Inner Sea codex and bestiary pawns, I'll be forced to kiss and bear hug everyone at Paizo.

This looks.....eeeeeviiiiiil.....

60. You? A threat? You couldn't even kill time.

Any word on when the download will become available?

....oh, rent as in "torn". Totally not the verb. Got it.

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I'm going to kill so. Many. PC's. In here.

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Yay, we're on the italics level!

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