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Goblin Squad Member. RPG Superstar 2013 Marathon Voter, 2014 Star Voter. Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 3,365 posts (3,372 including aliases). 4 reviews. 2 lists. 1 wishlist. 3 aliases.


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sanwah68 wrote:
Neongelion wrote:
So subscribers could potentially get the PDFs of these products as early as August 4th?
Or as late as the 22nd?

Last year the auth date was Thursday 8/9; I didn't actually get the ship notice until Monday 8/19. Here's to hoping it's a bit earlier this time :)


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/me gives a thumbs-up to all of the above.

It's not exactly the players' fault that they are inconsiderate sods. And to be realistic, it's not that many that are. It's just that if you have one such player at a table of 7 (including GM) that player is who you're going to remember.

The reality is it's the fault of ones who have taught these inconsiderate folks that they are the center of the universe, and need not concern themselves with the petty and insignificant needs and desires of others ...

    ♪♫ ... we know exactly who's ... to ... blame!
    The mother and the father!
    ♫♫♫♪

Willy Wonka. Timeless :)

(of course, now I'll have the damn Oompa Loompa song stuck in my head all day long. Coding to Oompa Loompas. Seems kind of fitting, actually)

Seriously though, call it Wheaton's Law or simple common courtesy, virtually all of this stuff is obvious to anyone who bothers to think of other people.

Of course, we're all preaching to the choir here, I think ....


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nosig wrote:
actually, the reason I asked was that on a different thread, several persons are advising just the opposite. In that thread, we are advised that if the judge is running the game "cold" we should walk away - even if it means the game fails to run and everyone else is sent home.

I'm pretty forgiving. Most people aren't, and there's a difference between running an event cold and running an event poorly.

I've been at tables where the GM was horrific, but definitely didn't run it cold. And I've been at tables where the GM ran it 100% cold yet the game was awesome. Depends more on the GM than whether it was cold or not.

I can think of one GM whose table I'll do my damndest not to sit at ever again, and there's other GMs for whom I'd sit at their table in a second no matter what they were running.

I wonder how many of the people advising you to abandon the table have been on the other side of the screen.


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nosig wrote:
gbonehead wrote:
nosig wrote:

I hate 7 person tables with a passion. If I get seated at one, I'll offer to split the table into 2 three player tables (and produce copies of all the Pregens to drop in), or to just sit one out. I'll pull out several scenarios I have ready to run - or even run something cold....

Friends don't stick friends with playing at a 7 person table....

(or running one)

With you 100%.

At the last con I was at, they didn't have any pre-registration for events, so on Saturday morning I ended up slotless.

One of the staff said "oh, I'm sure we can fit a 7th player in somewhere," but I thanked him and declined - I didn't want to do that to anyone on either side of the screen.

in your opinion, would it have been better to have had the organizer put you together a "pick-up game" with 2 or 3 other players and and a judge who was running the game "cold"? I mean rather than offering to seat you as the 7th player at a table? (I ask because this is what would likely have happened in my home town).

Well, sure, an option to play would definitely be better than no option to play :)

I have no issues with a module being run cold; 3 of the 5 slots I played in appeared to have been run cold, and having run games and even rulesystems cold, I'm pretty forgiving in that regard.

(Yeah, I ran a Spycraft game cold one time. Technically not completely cold, but "here's the hardcover, the game's in an hour" is pretty cold as far as I'm concerned. However, if you're going to run a game cold, Spycraft isn't a bad choice, it was a blast to run. Save that I had the stinkiest convention attendee I've ever encountered - really, ever - immediately to my left.)


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Personally, I'm waiting for the time they don't charge my card, yet send the stuff anyways :)


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nosig wrote:

I hate 7 person tables with a passion. If I get seated at one, I'll offer to split the table into 2 three player tables (and produce copies of all the Pregens to drop in), or to just sit one out. I'll pull out several scenarios I have ready to run - or even run something cold....

Friends don't stick friends with playing at a 7 person table....

(or running one)

With you 100%.

At the last con I was at, they didn't have any pre-registration for events, so on Saturday morning I ended up slotless.

One of the staff said "oh, I'm sure we can fit a 7th player in somewhere," but I thanked him and declined - I didn't want to do that to anyone on either side of the screen.

I ran a table of 10 once, but it only worked at all because it was a pick-up game at the very tail end of a con, and we treated it as a clog event rather than anything resembling a serious event. The hook alone took an hour and a half :)


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Depending on school and guard obligations, I may be able to make a trip to Origins at some point. ;)

Now THAT would be awesome.


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
gbonehead, I hope to see you at PaizoCon or elsewhere so I can offer you a better table experience. :)

Doing my darndest to make it out there someday!

The big challenge for me is the whole West Coast thing; I can make Origins work because I have friends in the area, but $flight+$hotel+$con=$holycrap for me right now :)


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(waves to WalterGM)

You both make excellent points, and I didn't mean to imply that only the VOs can be an issue - but I remember from running our convention campaign that the staff typically has a greater influence on the tone of any given table than any random player, and they need to be extra congnizant of their actions at the table.

Thanks!
-burt


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Nefreet wrote:
(good stuff)

I've not new at this, and I'm with you, which is why I said "please consider whether it will improve the enjoyment" rather than "please be quiet."

I've run games at conventions for years, just not as part of PFS, and the primary thing I've kept in mind is that these are paying customers.

Yeah, it's pretty thankless work running tables, and yeah, you typically hear nothing but complaints, but in my opinion the key to it all is to keep the paying customers coming back, especially at the beginner tables.

So I stand by my statements. If it's so horribly scenario-breaking that you absolutely cannot stop from saying something, sure, say something. But how often is that actually the case, and how often would it be better to approach the player afterwards and say "hey, I noticed you did X. Did you actually realize it works like ..."

Frankly, I view the proper response to "well, I did it in front of the VO, and they didn't say anything about it" to be "I'm sorry they didn't notice that time, but I'm afraid that's how it actually works."

Anyways, that's still my two cents :)


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Stupid question, probably, but where is the Kickstarter boon?

Edit: Indeed a stupid question, there it is in my downloads :)


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I just had a blast attending a con for the first time in several years, all the more fun because I actually got to play instead of exhausting myself running slots all weekend :)

However, there was one thing that repeatedly detracted from my enjoyment of the games. At four of the five slots I played, one of the players was a Venture-something, and in every case it detracted from the game. It didn't ruin it, it just detracted from it.

  • The first issue was the rules commentary. In every case they repeatedly interrupted the game with rules corrections, observations, and commentary. Unfortunately, this didn't really add anything to the game - as these were all tables of level 1 and level 2 characters, many of them beginners, there weren't really any gamebreaking discussions that needed to be had about misinterpretations of rules that couldn't have been handled by the GM. I'm quite sure that a few beginner players were getting rules wrong from time to time, but I view that as the responsibility of the actual GM, not someone who's decided they're the assistant GM.
  • Secondly, they like to tell stories. Everyone's got a version of the "let me tell you about my character" story, and I've got several more now, as well as a number of stories about this convention or that scenario or some such :)
  • Third, please, please don't pick fights with other players at the table, even if you do think they're cheating. It's a terrible derailment, and if you believe it's an issue, bring it up privately after the game rather than derailing the game with a stream of corrections and comments to the GM.
  • Last, if you're going to replay an event, please don't soak up a spot at the table without contributing. Yes, I am aware you know exactly what's supposed to happen, but that doesn't mean you can't contribute, it just means it's harder for you - and it's not fair to everyone else who is contributing to the success if you're just a ride-along.

Again, I want to say that I had a blast and am looking forward to more games after a few years out of the whole scene, but I wanted to offer my observations.

TL;DR: If you're someone with Venture-something in your title and are sitting at a table, please consider whether what you have to say will increase the enjoyment of the paying customers (i.e. the other players) before you actually say it :)


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Back in 2009, myself and another GM took a break from our convention campaign to play Midnight Mauler and The Beggar's Pearl - that was the first time I played PFS, and both of us agreed the faction missions were a great way to make all the players feel involved regardless of their particular characters' capabilities.

This past weekend, I played PFS for the first time. It was five slots at ConnectiCon: Library of the Lion (Friday evening), The Merchant's Wake (Saturday afternoon), The Confirmation (Saturday evening), and two slots for The Godsmouth Heresy (Sunday).

Obviously there were no faction missions in The Godsmouth Heresy, since that was a full-bore module, but here's my observations on the others:

  • 5–08: The Confirmation - No idea if this had faction missions; if it did I never got any hint of it.
  • 5–11: Library of the Lion - This appeared to have old style faction missions, since I got a handout and specific instructions. It didn't add anything to the gameplay, but nor did it hinder (the biggest issue here was the utter exhaustion of the GM to the point that it was effectively a Choose Your Own Adventure scenario :)
  • 5–21: The Merchant's Wake - No idea if this had faction missions; as with The Confirmation, if it did I never got any hint of it, though *after* we were done the GM asked "anyone here in the Quadira faction?" so perhaps there was something.

I do like the old style faction missions. I do not yet have any information I'm aware of about whether the new style is better, with one caveat:

If The Confirmation and/or The Merchant's Wake do have the new style faction missions, then I'm not a fan, since it would appear that the intent is to satisfy some set of conditions that the player is never aware of - not a recipe for enjoyment.


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John Kretzer wrote:
lucky7 wrote:
Have you ever been to Connecticon?

No...I am not much into the Con scene. Though one day I would love to go to Gencon and Paziocon at least once in my life....

It is funny though I do have a friend who goes to Connecticon every year though. (He is Cosplaying this year as Abraham Lincoln Vampire Killer) if you see him call him Frank.

Heheh that's a good one. I didn't see him, however; I spent pretty much all my time hidden away in the RPG area.


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This, like the NPC Codex, will be very useful for me. It is invaluable being able to set up an encounter without having to create N non-base creatures and/or NPCs from scratch.

On the other hand, it won't diminsh my appetite for an Advanced Monster Guide like Auxmaulous and I have mentioned before, nor an NPC Codex 2 covering the classes from the APG, UM and UC.

Nor, for that matter, for a Bestiary 5, though I cannot imagine how I'll ever manage to use all the cool monsters in the first four, never mind all the supplementary materials such as the Inner Sea Bestiary.

I am glad I haven't quite started my new campaign yet, though :)


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Sharaya wrote:
I, for one, am looking forward to my FIRST PAIZOCON EVER :D And I'm excited about finally having a chance to put faces with names!

*Jealous*

:-)


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Spock gets me every time.


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By the way, the [edit] button might be broken now; I've been trying to edit posts and the page comes up but the edit button is missing.

I'll try again on this post in a second.

edit: Oh, it's not missing; it's just that the [Preview] [Cancel] and [Submit Post] buttons suddenly moved the the far bottom right of the screen instead of directly under the text panel like they were before.

edit2: Though they're still directly under the text panel for normal posts. Perhaps the style sheet for editing posts went wonky?


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Someone else will have to do the next test, I just pre-purchased my gift certificate for August :)


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Cort Odekirk wrote:
The email you received should contain a link. Click on that link to get the redemption code.

The email I just got was exactly the same as all the previous ones. Here's my email:

customer.service@paizo.com wrote:

Order 3180618

Submitted Wednesday, July 02, 2014 10:13 AM
Status Complete
Purchaser Burt Smith
Subtotal (1 item) $X
Order Total $X
Payments
Today Digital purchase Visa **** **** **** $X
Digital Purchases
paizo.com Gift Certificate $X X X
Paizo Publishing, LLC

There's a link, but it just goes to the purchase gift certificate pages like it always used to.

I looked at the e-mail source, but don't see any evidence of anything being missing.


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I'm curious about this book, though for me it won't fill any sort of hole in my collection.

What I am really looking forward to seeing is something like the WoTC Rules Compendium book, which would be pretty damn handy.

The base system's been pretty stable for years now, and the addition of bestiaries, classes and the like doesn't affect that base, which means that a smallish book of just rules would be an awesome thing.

Anyways, I'll keep hoping. Unlike a spell compendium or feat compendium, it would not get out of date. Once it came out, it was my go-to book for rules.


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Perfect. Thank you!


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Arazyr wrote:
Hi, just bought my monthly budgeting gift certificate ...

Ah, so I'm not the only one :)


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[Just making sure this doesn't get lost in the shuffle; I replied to your email on 6/26 :)]


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A pre-Kickstarter. That's ... odd.

(didn't stop me from signing up, of course ... just strikes me as odd)


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Their own list is probably fairly comprehensive: http://paizo.com/pathfinder/campaignSetting/pathfinderRPG.

But in reality, do you need it? All depends on what you're planning to do. Personally, I'd go with the hardcover and then probably get the setting book for the area you're looking at using.

The Pathfinder Wiki's geography page is a pretty good source for figuring out what books cover an area.


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Please read this in the spirit it's intended in - as things that would improve usability for me, as I can't really speak for anyone else :)

Observations on the shopping cart

The shopping cart links in the system bring someone to the old, familiar shopping cart, which has a "Proceed to Checkout" button that is pretty intuitive; clicking it goes to a page with a number of buttons but no instructions.

When I first came to the page, I didn't even realize the big "1 Shopping Cart" "2 Payment Method" "X Confirm Your Order" things at the top were buttons.

There's a Payment Method area, but it's empty, and a Select Payment Method button. Sometimes there's payment info in the Payment Method area, sometimes not; I.m not quite sure why and I had expected there to be a default payment method.

It's not clear that clicking on the "X Confirm Your Order" button doesn't actually confirm your order even though it's called "Confirm Your Order", and that it's the only way to transition to the next screen. However, there seems to be nothing else on the page to click on, so I nervously click on "Confirm Your Order" and hope it's lying.

  • Suggestion 1: label the button Review Your Order instead of Confirm Your Order; the "Confirm Order" button is actually on the "Confirm Order" page.
  • Suggestion 2: have a small line of text between the big buttons and the nested table that says "Click Review Your Order to continue."
  • Suggestion 3: have some sort of indicator of what step the customer is on. For example, Amazon has a little shopping cart on the current step and the line is colored orange up until that point. For this system, I'm not sure ... maybe spread the big buttons out and have some sort of line behind them? Or maybe have a bold golem-colored outline around the current step?
  • Suggestion 4: have a Continue button at the bottom right of the nested table.
  • Suggestion 5: Number the Review Your Order button like the others instead of using a check/X.
When I'm daring enough to click on "X Review Your Order" without selecting a payment method, it reveals there was indeed a default payment method, it just didn't want to show it to me on the Payment Method page.

So now I'm on the confirm order page, and haven't confirmed it yet, but the "(check) Conform Your Order" thingy (which is confusingly both a button and a status indicator) is now green with a check as if my order was already placed.

  • Suggestion 6: Don't color Confirm Your Order green unless it's confirmed (which it will never be). Keep it red so the shopper knows the order isn't placed.
So now I'm briefly confused. Is it confirmed or not? Well, since there's a button called "Place Your Order" I'm assuming it's not yet placed, and I'll click that.

Nowhere in the process did I see a "how do I ship this" option, but at the bottom of the confirm page it tells me the items are in my sidecart and will be shipped with the earliest possible subscription.

However, there appears to be no way to change this so they'll ship in any other way than with my subscription.

It's also unclear that the screen you're on changes to black from green to show it's the current screen until you click back and forth; this is particularly confusing on the abbreviated screen with only 3 status button things.

Now, I now know that part of the oddness of the screens is due to the items all being pre-orders ... but even for pre-orders I should have the option to choose how it's shipped, so I'd expect the full "1 Shopping Cart" "2 Shipping" "3 Payment Method" "4 Review Order" sequence regardless. It might be that the state machine is a little too smart for its own good. Even for gift certificates and/or PDFs, it would be good for the "2 Shipping" page to have relevant information.

  • Suggestion 7: Include the Shipping page for all orders, even if it only says "You will be able to download PDFs from your download page when the order is completed" or the like.
As an added benefit for the last suggestion, the overall use of the order system seems like it would be less confusing if it were always the same instead of sometimes having steps missing, renumbered, etc.


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Ah! Now it makes perfect sense :)


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I still think you should have used the helm of greater force choke :)


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Tag! You're it! :-)


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You might want to search around a bit, but I seem to recall several people having similar problems that didn't get resolved until they took the preorder out (e.g. putting it in a wish list).

You might want to try that and submit the pre-order as a separate order (or just leave it in your cart and have customer service manually force-choke it into submission).


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Alex Draconis wrote:
I had upgraded to the full $100 print pack for the Emerald Spire but I haven't received anything yet. Just wondering what's up. Thanks .

When the emails were sent out to log in and finalize your pledge, did you get a chance to do so?

If you did, this is probably the right place and they can check on the status for you.

If you did *not*, then as helpful as the Paizo customer service people are, it's completely out of their hands and you'll almost certainly need to deal directly with the folks over at goblinworks.com.


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This is an old issue, believe it or not :)

I am pretty sure the only way to redeem gift certificates is to contact customer support and tell them you'd like them redeemed.


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Not for any particular reason ;) I wanted to take a look at Paizo's "Job Openings" page.

However, when I go to the page at http://paizo.com/paizo/about/jobs, it instead takes me to the Art Submissions page.

Anyways, thought you might want to know :)

-burt


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A bigger question is "why don't the confirmation emails send the gift certificate code?"

Because of the bug (which has been present for what, a month or more? A long time in any event) if you buy a gift certificate it's *impossible* to redeem it, since the only place the code is visible is on the web.

Can we get the certificate code added to the email that's sent when you buy a certificate?

Seriously. Gift certificates have gone to /dev/null for at least two months now (I stopped going back in the posts when I hit the beginning of May) ... is anyone actually looking at this? I would think it would be kind of important.


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Arazyr wrote:

Hi Paizo CS,

I was just checking my My Account page, and it's saying I have no store credit. I could have sworn that I should have some left after my June sub shipment went out earlier this week.

Could somebody please take a look at this?

I had the same problem. They fiddled a bit, and put it back, but it was greatly painful matching up what they had to what I was supposed to have.

It would be really keen if the emails that stated they used store credit were a bit clearer ("$42.37 store credit, leaving $57.63").

I strongly suspect your credit isn't gone, it's just that another of the myriad bugs is hiding it.

(As an aside ... what in all that's holy happened to the web site? It used to be pretty darn solid, but now I don't trust it worth beans!)


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Just checking back in on this, since I've noticed that posts are getting handled same day, while emails seem to languish :)

I'd love to post here, but I can't post the subscription question publicly :)

thanks :)
-burt


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No need to respond :)

I see from Sara Marie you guys are still slammed, so no worries!


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Hi :)

So I apologize for the duplication, but I just wanted to double check on a couple emails I sent on Friday afternoon (both at around 2pm EST).

One was about order 3169146 and the other was with a subscription question.

Please accept my sincere apologies if this just makes more work for you; I just wanted to be sure they weren't lost in the email flood :)

thanks!
-burt


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So much of the Paizo staff is so responsive on the boards at all hours of the day and night it's easy to forget this is an actual job for them :)


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Zaister wrote:
I don't really have the space either, but what can you do? :)

I moved all my 3.5 stuff to the basement. That'll put off the problem for a couple years :)


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Oh!

I thought I missed something with subscriptions. So with no subscriptions, does that mean I need to buy all the digital versions if I want them too?

Eeep.


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Well, the system makes it challenging to track down (it's very hard to balance gift certificate orders with store credit usage when you don't know for sure what the GC numbers are :), but it looks right now.

Thanks!!

-burt


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Also, is the store credit display messed up too? I should have both store credit and unclaimed gift certificate(s) :(

I'm concerned :/


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Hi Sharaya!

My account, if you would ... there's this big shipment coming soon, you see ....

thanks!
-burt


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(apologies if this seems terse .... I just had hand surgery)

All the minis claim codes and unclaimed gift certs are missing from my acct ... can you check whats up?

Thanks :)
-burt


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I'm looking forward to this a lot, and have no concerns about the timeframe ... stuff happens.

"Life sucks, get a helmet" -- Denis Leary

And besides ... mythic ... now I'm doubly glad I'm backing the Legendary Kickstarter!

Goblin Squad Member

Posting soley to admire my status in the mirror :)


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Damon Griffin wrote:

Is this the same product advertised in July 2010, for which I became a charter subscriber (issues #1-4 for $25.00?)

I've got three old emails including one from (webadmin AT adventure-quarterly DOT.com) that reads:

Michael Griffin,

Thanks to your order, 10, at Adventure Quarterly PDF Store you now have a new role, charter subscriber.

Thanks again,
Adventure Quarterly PDF Store
Adventures for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game
Hillsboro, OR 97123
541-693-3730

I was #11 :)

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