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Goblin Squad Member. RPG Superstar 6 Season Marathon Voter, 7 Season Star Voter. Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Legends Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 3,488 posts (3,495 including aliases). 4 reviews. 2 lists. 1 wishlist. 3 Pathfinder Society characters. 3 aliases.


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Paul Ryan wrote:
IIRC the subscriber accidently ended up with two subscriptions, and when they cancelled one, they nuked the Charter one rather than the extra. He got Charter status back when Paizo staff investigated and found out what had happened.

I remember that! I seem to recall it was a couple years after the fact, too.

(looks)

Yeah, it was Anguish back in 2014: Anguish's post from Aug 6, 2014

... guess it was more than a couple years, eh :)


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Sent an email, but just in case anyone else is in the same boat I'm posting here.

I got my second "your order has shipped and can't be changed" notice, which is awesome, but with a strange wrinkle.

The email didn't have the usual "go here to download" link, and nothing in my order has yet shown up in my downloads.

Anyone else having this issue, or is it just me?

thanks!
-burt

Edit: Figured it out. The two ship notices I got were for the two cases of minis. The books and stuff haven't shipped yet, thus no ship notice for them and no downloads.

*phew*


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Heheh ... all true ... but in no way related to my actual point :)


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Eox. I say we nuke it from orbit. Only way to be sure.


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gbonehead wrote:
Katina Davis wrote:
gbonehead wrote:

I can't tell from this and the other thread if the Pathfinder Battles cases will ship with the November subscription shipment or not.

It matters quite a bit, since I stock up on gift certificates/store credit so I don't get hammered when the cases arrive ... but I don't want to burn my store credit on the November order if it won't have the minis as part of it.

Do we know yet whether Battles will be in the normal November subscription shipment?

thanks!
-burt

Hey Burt,

We're towards the end of shipping out our monthly November orders. If you've got your Battles set to ship as soon as possible, they should be leaving in November. If you have them set to ship once a month, they'll be going with December subscriptions. Sara Marie posted a small blurb about it in the regular November Shipping Thread, sorry for the confusion!

Darn it, I tried to RTFM before bothering you all and still failed. Never post before your third cup of coffee, I guess.

Thanks!
-burt

Well now I'm even more confused - I just got a payment auth email that does include Pathfinder Battles.

(spins in circles and falls over)


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Katina Davis wrote:
gbonehead wrote:

I can't tell from this and the other thread if the Pathfinder Battles cases will ship with the November subscription shipment or not.

It matters quite a bit, since I stock up on gift certificates/store credit so I don't get hammered when the cases arrive ... but I don't want to burn my store credit on the November order if it won't have the minis as part of it.

Do we know yet whether Battles will be in the normal November subscription shipment?

thanks!
-burt

Hey Burt,

We're towards the end of shipping out our monthly November orders. If you've got your Battles set to ship as soon as possible, they should be leaving in November. If you have them set to ship once a month, they'll be going with December subscriptions. Sara Marie posted a small blurb about it in the regular November Shipping Thread, sorry for the confusion!

Darn it, I tried to RTFM before bothering you all and still failed. Never post before your third cup of coffee, I guess.

Thanks!
-burt


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I can't tell from this and the other thread if the Pathfinder Battles cases will ship with the November subscription shipment or not.

It matters quite a bit, since I stock up on gift certificates/store credit so I don't get hammered when the cases arrive ... but I don't want to burn my store credit on the November order if it won't have the minis as part of it.

Do we know yet whether Battles will be in the normal November subscription shipment?

thanks!
-burt


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Heheh

My estimate was actually that there are 816.24 charter subscribers left, but that's a silly number of people so I went with 816 :)


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Postscript: My estimate is there are 816 charter subscribers left :)


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Every once in a while I try to make an estimate, but there's people that never ever post on the boards so it's near impossible :) However, I would expect a very, very low attrition rate - there's not that many in the first place, and anyone who's still here is very likely to stay here.

It's funny ... one of the questions I get asked a lot is "when do you think they'll put out a new version of Pathfinder?" My answer is always "Never. Why would they?" Never know what the future will bring, of course, but think about this: 3.5e was only out from 2003 to 2008 if memory serves. Pathfinder was in beta in 2008, and will have been in actual release for 8 years next spring.

Anyone see any leaks in the boat? Not me.


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Independent question: any chance Starfinder will try to address rules for sizes above colossal? Once we're dealing with starships and, theoretially, creatures the size of asteroids, it would be cool to have them actually be different at a fundamental level - kind of like swarms, where they're too small to be harmed by weapons - perhaps creatures above colossal are too large to be harmed by weapons more than 4 size categories smaller. There was a 3.5 book back in the day that had some above colossal rules, ah, Immortals Handbook - Epic Bestiary.

I seem to recall a mention of an attempt as part of the mythic rules (maybe it was along with kaiju), but with the design team deciding it was too large a task to sneak in. That's based on hazy recollection of old board posts, of course, the reality is probably different.

In any event, it's been a hole since kaiju were introduced; be cool to have it filled.


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I notice that mythic rules have been asked about a couple of times with no comment.

Clearly, since the Starfinder system is compatible, they could just be used as-is, but is there a plan for having Starfinder-specific mythic abilities/trials/etc.?


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Gorbacz wrote:
Tactics mate, sorry, but running a level 13+ game in Pathfinder is such a massive chore that I strongly back any initiative towards making new d20 games which do not reach above 15th level or so. Actually, I am a bit dismayed that Paizo goes with level 20 for Starfinder.

Ah, I forgot how much I don't miss the "levels above X are unplayable" debate (with assorted values of X depending on poster) :)

Though I don't debate one of your points - it sure is work running a game at uber high level. I just didn't equate "lots of work" with "a chore that's not worth the effort." I always viewed it more as "let's see what they do with this ridiculous challenge."

Still don't, though currently a moot point given that one play group just hit level 13 and the other one varies from 5MR2 to 8MR2.

edit: P.S. Regardless of the rule books, there is nothing hard and fast about any level progression. I'm planning on taking my mythic campaign to something like MR20 - there's certainly nothing that stops me from doing so and I'll have no problem creating challenges for the characters, given what one of the end goals of the campaign is (and my past experience creating high CR challenges).


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Wei Ji the Learner wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
...putting the toilet paper on the roll so it comes from the bottom instead of the top?
Isn't that the way it's *supposed* to go? Just sayin'.

Dammit! They removed that darn unlike button again!


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Heheh

I glanced at the title and misread it as "Please delay subscriptions through the end of Time."

:)


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Question about subscriptions - is there any chance of an uber-subscription?

I'd kinda like to avoid worrying about "Uh oh, I didn't read the blog and missed the first item in subscription Fuznut!" now that I have far less time for the message boards than I used to.

I ask because every now and then I look at "Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Legends Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber" and think "oh crap, I missed something!"

In other words, I kind of miss the days where Superscriber actually meant "subscribes to everything," as it was a lot simpler to look at :)

Is this important in the overall scheme of things? Hell no. Just something I've been thinking about for a while. Or maybe I should have had one sake at dinner instead of two :)

-b


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The Product Schedule is gone too, it just forwards to the about page.


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Greetings Paizonians,

Say, I was going to post in the ">>Praise *Sara Marie* for ANYTHING Good Here<<" thread, but there's no post link. Is that thread locked?

-burt

P.S. I was going to post because I was having a discussion with her around the beginning of September and wanted to make sure it all got settled okay :)


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Awesome! As always, thank you!!

-burt


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Hi :)

Just checking on order 3636063 since supposedly all orders have gone out.

I'm guessing that yet again the Wilderness Dressing thingy has hosed up my my subscriptions, but that's just a guess.

Can you pretty please check on it for me?

Many thanks :)

-burt


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
And now...I wait. :)

Don't we all :)


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I just like how she still used the "Customer Service Dire Carebear Manager" in there. Hopefully it won't get redacted :)


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See? That's what makes you all the best evar.

thanks!
-burt

P.S. I just changed my payment method; it was pointing to the wrong card and got declined. Should be all set now.


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Cheers to my favorite customer service staff!

Just wanted to check in about order 3603431 even though I didn't see a "we're done shipping" post in the July orders thread (so apologies for any extra work I cause).

I'm checking because I received a double auth email a couple weeks back because of some wonkiness in my sidecart - so I wanted to make sure my order didn't get eaten by the Non-redemption Engine.

(har har)

Anyways, many thanks :)
-burt


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@Josh!

Great to meet you face-to-face at ConnectiCon. I really do hope there's another novel in the works from you - it's always great to have another skilled writer in the fold.

-burt

Hear that James!? More from Josh!

:)


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Hey, has anyone out there actually played or run a Spirit of 77 game?

I have (and have read) the books from the Kickstarter, but was curious if anyone had any opinions about the game based on actual gameplay.


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Mike Shel wrote:
Kodyax wrote:
On a side note, will the idea of the Dark Tapestry play any factor in this? I am kind of hoping so as they were used to great effect in Iron Gods.
You may be aware, Kodyax, that I was responsible not only for a direct Iron Gods dose of the Dark Tapestry, I also wrote the support article on the Dominion of the Black in Pathfinder #88 and had notable DT elements in both the Dragon's Demand and Pyramid of the Sky Pharaoh ...

I'm sure that has absolutely nothing to do with why I called 'dibs' like 3 seconds after the Kickstarter started (okay, okay, more like 25 minutes ... but it was as soon as I saw it :)

(I'm taking a break from Rappan Athuk to run my group through Valley of the Brain Collectors. I don't think they're going to be happy campers.)


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I just wanted to chime in with a counterpoint - expanding the scope of my collection is always helpful, especially with large quantities I can use as crowds. Even though I have hundreds and hundreds of minis dating back to the D&D minis days, I still never have enough plain folk.

I will find many, many uses for the bar, as well, so I'm pleased as punch with this set.

One problem I've noticed is that happy people are happy, and thus less inclined to comment, whereas disgruntled people are unhappy, and thus more inclined to comment. So I wanted to give you a "happy" comment.

In an unrelated note, the "mouth horror" is perfectly timed for my home campaign. Not that I've been reading Tome of Horrors 4 or anything ....


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Bigger Basic Flip-Mat??

(goes In Search Of ...)


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Vic Wertz wrote:
Anguish wrote:
Steve Geddes wrote:
I'd much rather pay someone to do it and know I'm not going to break anything.
I hear - and respect - your position. That said, I'm an IT guy and genuinely want to help. The way you're describing your feelings on the matter, it sounds not unlike someone unwilling to use a light switch, because it could go wrong, so they're going to call an electrician to turn on the lights for them.
Running with that light switch analogy, I think Steve's next-to-last post was saying that while he *could* flip the light switch, he has decided that since the house is wired up mainly with these, he might as well just bring in the electrician anyway.

Now I want some of those for my house!


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Okay, so I've spent about an hour randomly poking around the boards, and can find no references to the Grand Unification, so I'll ask:

"What happened to the fun titles the Paizo staff used to have?"

I suspect I know the answer, and it will make me sad, but asking is better than wondering.


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I was afraid it was something like that :/


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Awesome, thank you so much!

P.S. Oh no! No more ray of funshine?!?


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Hi everyone :)

(supplicant makes proper obeisances here)

For order 3593381, if I'm reading the email I just got correctly, the system is trying to charge $301.80 to my Discover, and it's being declined.

It looks like I still have a $400 store credit - can that be used instead?

Thanks!
-burt


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Jeez, I even looked for that!

Thanks Joana!


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Vic Wertz wrote:
Hobbun wrote:
First question: Will these be at Gen Con (or at least the ones with release dates on or before) ?

We'll have the ones that have been released through July.

Hobbun wrote:
And second question, is this something you will probably have for awhile, or will this be a very limited run/quantity?
The whole thing is an experiment. We have no idea how fast they'll sell, or even if reprinting them *this time* was a good idea. Maybe they'll blow through the door and we'll look into making more ASAP. Maybe we'll sell through them in a a few months or a year and call it good. Maybe we'll be sitting on them for years to come. My best guess would be the second case is the most likely, but I'd say if you want 'em, come get 'em.

Any way for subscribers to get these without paying double for PDF and print versions?

I know this is experimental, but I love my PDFs :)

Edit: Yes, I know it isn't actually double, but it is close :)


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My only fear is that more of the product lines will go the route of Pathfinder Tales, i.e. not including the digital media. But they've said that won't happen, so ... so far so good :)

When I'm running a game, I find the books the most useful. On the other hand, when I'm *writing*, I find the digital far more useful. And ... what would I do without the enjoyment of the monthly Paizo box and that awesome new book smell :)


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gbonehead wrote:

I have to say that one of the coolest things for me recently happened while I was out of town.

I got my ship email, pulled out my iPhone, went to my downloads page and was able to download City of the Fallen Sky directly into iBooks.

Very, very cool. I love having books in both physical and electronic versions ... while I vastly prefer reading a physical book, being able to pull up iBooks when I'm stuck somewhere unexpectedly and to pick up where I left off is an amazing ability.

Looks like they just put a bullet in the head of one of my favorite things about the subscription. Marvelous.

Are the other subscriptions going to follow suit?

Ross Byers wrote:
Brandon Tomlinson wrote:

Does the increased discount cover the price discrepancy?

That depends on if you have Pathfinder Advantage.

If you're a Pathfinder AP subscriber, you were paying $8.50 before and will be paying $10.50 now.

If you didn't have an AP sub, you were paying $9.99 and will be paying $10.50 now. That's not as much of a jump.

Not only that, but I'm currently paying $8.50 for both the electronic and physical copies of the book, and soon I'll be paying $10.50 for just the physical copy of the book.

Paizo might see this as an improvement, but I sure as heck do not :(


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James Sutter wrote:
*insert clever welcome here*

*witty retort*


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Gorbacz wrote:

*dons asbestos suit*

*checks the flamethrower*
*whistles innocently*

Hey, share that popcorn buddy!


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justmebd wrote:
I was a charter, then I lost my job and the subscription had to go for a few years. It's a shame really because I had started with Dragon back in 1985. I hate breaking streaks.

I would pay my mortgage, electric and phone bills late before I would lose that Charter tag.

I'm not saying I have I'm just saying I would.

(not that I'm necessarily saying I haven't, either :)


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(pays proper obeisance to the benign gods in the Paizo Customer Service pantheon)

When you get a chance, can you reduce my Pathfinder ACG subscription from a double to a single?

I do like the game quite a bit, but the double was a gift and now that gift is complete :)

thanks!
-burt


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It does seem kind of odd that the authorization will go through and impact his account, yet the final charge won't.

Is it possible there's a misconfiguration in the authorization code that uses a less restrictive algorithm than the actual charge code?

Because if the authorization posts, then I'd expect the charge to post too.


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Steve Geddes wrote:

Thanks, Katina (not sure of the correct way to address benevolent deities).

I recommend reading Divine Misfortune by A. Lee Martinez. That might help.


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FatR wrote:
GreyWolfLord wrote:
Allow a sensible advancement in epic levels that continue the trend of how the characters have been advancing

No can do. Differences in saves and BAB progression really matter as you go past 20.

And to what end? Level 15+ characters are already so insanely powerful and capable, that there is no sort of fantasy adventure you cannot run in that level range, unless you artificially try to level up the setting just to make people buy your mythic or whatever book, like Paizo currently does.

Ah, the old "nobody needs rules for levels above 20" chestnut :)

I know a couple people online here who might find that view quaint.

(by the way, I agree about the save/BAB progression - that's why I think the old 3.5e epic rules did it right and the pp. 406-407 guidelines in the CRB didn't)


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Zaister wrote:
gbonehead wrote:
You are not the only one :)
Good to know!

I can only find 13 Paizo Charter Superscribers: Costa, David Cornwell, Dragnmoon, Gary Sarver, gbonehead, Kata. the ....., Nikosandros, M. Sean Molley, Paul Ryan, Russ Taylor, theprofessor, Wizened and Zaister. I'm certain there's others, and it's really hard to tell about the Paizo folks.

The big thing, of course, is the "Charter" part of it. All the others tags can come and go, and the number of Paizo Charter Superscribers could theoretically climb to that elusive value between 500 and 1000, but once someone's Charter tag is gone, that's it, it ain't comin' back. Barring extenuating circumstances (see earlier in thread).


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Zaister wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
Reckless wrote:
Chris Ballard asked how many Charter superscribers were left, which I don't think has the same answer as how many Charter subscribers there are.

You're correct—my mistake.

There are a lot fewer than 500 Pathfinder charter superscribers, and still fewer Paizo charter superscribers.

It seems so. Of all the people who posted here so far, I'm the only one with the "Paizo Charter Superscriber" tag. But I can't be the only one, I hope! :)

You are not the only one :)


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There's two general categories of books I'm looking forward to seeing:

Compilations

As mentioned above, it's getting REALLY hard to find the source for spells, feats and the like. Sure, they'd get out of date, but having feat and spell compendiums would do wonders for me. And when WoTC announce the rules compendium, I frankly thought it was stupid, but it quickly became one of my favorite 3.5e books.

Look at the core rulebook. 90% of that is not actually rules, but other stuff like classes, feats, spells and equipment, and other rules have been added in secondary books. Having all that in one place would be really handy, just like it was for 3.5e.

Other Books

I'm still waiting for a monster toolbox book along the lines of Savage Species (and even Libris Mortis and Lords of Madness, though those weren't purely toolbox books).

We really, really need a good planar book; there's never been one for Pathfinder - the only one that exists dates back to the ancient times before Pathfinder RPG even existed, and as a result is about as rules light as they come.

Also, given how quickly the Distant Worlds campaign book sold out, and how the technology guide is selling like gangbusters, I would think a Distant Worlds Campaign Guide would also do quite well, especially given how Iron Gods has fleshed out some more material in that arena.

I still hope that one of these days Paizo decides to release epic (i.e. 21+ rules), but I believe that ship has sailed with the advent of the Mythic ruleset.

Finally, two *great* books for 3.5e were Exemplars of Evil and Elder Evils. Those were freakin' awesome, and I'd love to see something along those lines one of these days.


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Sharaya wrote:
I'm sorry about the extra static in your shipment...it's winter, so there are forces beyond my control. (Which, unfortunately, also means I keep shocking myself on all the door handles in the office...)

Oh yes. Door handles. And every time I get out of the car. And every time I pet the poor cat.

But the worst is when you go to kiss someone goodbye and ... **ZORCH**

Thanks!
-burt

P.S. The picture really was purely for amusement value ... and ... you could always do the Office Space thing and remove all the door handles in the Paizo offices :)


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Awesome! Thank you very much (and my apologies for the belated thank you).

-b

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