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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. 3,440 posts (3,447 including aliases). 4 reviews. 2 lists. 1 wishlist. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 3 aliases.


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Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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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 :)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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

-b

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Purely for your amusement, I present this photo: Joy of Static Electricity

Had a devil of a time getting all the foam bits off, but all's good now :)

Also, I just received the December shipment, but it's missing the two Pathfinder Cards decks (Iron Gods Adventure Path Item Cards Deck and Mummy's Mask Face Cards Deck).

No need for a special shipment, but if you could add those to my January subscription shipment that would be cool.

thanks, and Merry Christmas!
-burt

Edit: I think this email should include the word 'shipment' a few more times, eh. :)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Just the other day, the VC for my area commented that he'd "fixed" my account, and when I went in all my sessions were gone.

I emailed him and he said he didn't change anything, but before that I had two characters and a bunch of sessions, and now I've got dugan.

It's entirely possible that it's coincidence, of course :)

Who can poke at the system and see what happened? Any help would be appreciated (including moving this from here to the Web forum if appropriate).

thanks!
-burt

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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I'm just happy I'm still a subscriber :)

Looking forward to my two 210lb shipments!

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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:)

Awesome, thank you!

-burt

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Sure can, here's two images:

The first one has the the back of the incorrect sheet 1 at top, and the back of the correct sheet 2 on the bottom: back of sheets. You can see that the back of sheet 1 is actually an upside-down version of the back of sheet 2 :)

The second one has the front of sheet 1 (which is correct) and the front of sheet 2 (which is also correct): front of sheets.

Thanks!
-burt

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Hi!

Can you change my account so it will *not* use my store credit for subscription orders?

I tried to use the page to do it, but apparently that part of the page isn't working either :)

thanks!
-burt

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Since I have both pawns and minis, I store the pawns in the same case as the minis (I use Stanley Totes, personally). However, I don't use pawns all that often, so most of mine are still in their shipping material.

On the other hand, I've found the pawns to be awesome in combat for use when a creature is down but not necessarily dead, since they're flat and other minis can just stand on them. I don't remove dead creatures from the battlefield - after all, a smart opponent will heal their allies if they can, and it makes the PCs just a wee bit more nervous.

This is also important for creatures like, say, trolls :)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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The biggest problem, I found, was that some things just made no sense at that size. Even if a 500-foot-long beetle notices the damage you do to it, do feats like Stunning Strike make any sense?

The reality is that creatures above Colossal really need an extension of the size rules. I was kinda hoping it would be there in the Mythic stuff, but I suspect it was just too squirrelly of an issue. Under 3.5e, there was a book called the Immortals Handbook Epic Bestiary Volume One (there never was a volume two) that had a decent section on expanded sizes, but it didn't really address some of the core issues.

Maybe sometime there will be Ultimate Monsters, with some optional rules on expanded size. For now, I'd recommend staying away from creatures above Colossal except as plot devices :)

Personally, I always wanted to see some rules for diminished effects beyond certain size differences - for example, damage is by medium creatures is halved for every size category above Colossal, so when Big Mac the All-Beef Barbarian hacks at King Mogaru, his damage is quartered even before DR or any other modifiers, and Big Mac's ally Small Fry the Halfling Rogue is in even worse shape, doing 1/8 the damage because he's Small instead of Medium.

I never actually fleshed any of that out; truly ginormous creatures were tough enough as it was, but some end results and corner conditions of the rules (flanking? 5-foot steps?) ended up sort of silly.

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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I *believe* they're 3x3 sheets. The PDF lists the size as 21.75" x 33.2" which is an odd size.

Note: the back of the map folio says "Within this map folio, you’ll find three huge 8-panel poster maps," which means they'll each be 22"x34". That does sound about right - 4x8.5" by 2x11"

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Fascinating, Captain.

With no basis whatsoever, I'd say the post-scrubbing engine is picking up on the "javascript" in the URL and stripping the link.

Just a guess though :)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Hi!

So I finally went to use my Reign of Winter pawns from my subscription order (Order 2877034, it was a while ago) and found that one of the sheets was mis-fed; The front side is small pawns 1-7 plus miscellaneous medium and large pawns, but the back side is actually from the second sheet, making it kind of a mess.

How do I go about getting a replacement for that sheet?

thanks!
-burt

P.S. I checked the rest of my boxes/collections and thankfully that's the only misprint.

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Yes, yes indeed it is hard to follow :)

Thank you very much for checking up on this!

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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gbonehead wrote:
Uh oh. All my store credit has disappeared. I hope this is that display bug again ...

Just FYI, I *think* my store credit should just be the $100 gift certificate I redeemed and the $10 doo-dad credit for Paizo Being Real Nice People. I think the rest of it actually balances out okay, it's just so incredibly hard to tell from the order pages :)

(I just went back, started in January, and recalculated all the bank charges, gift certificate purchases, and store credit redemptions instead of trying to figure out the order pages, and the difference is less than $10 so I'm thinking it's about right)

(except for the missing display of the $110 in store credit :)

(no need to DO anything, this was just FYI, if the $110 is still missing come the September shipment I'll start a new thread)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Sara Marie wrote:
Shem wrote:
This is getting not fun.
Agreed.

I have a strong suspicion this is a lot less fun for the Paizo staff than for us. After all, we're just waiting for stuff to be shipped, they're in a rowboat beached in the middle of the Bay of Fundy watching the tide roll in ...

(I suspect the worst part of it is that they can't do a heck of a lot about it because it feels like a lot of it has been an ever nastier series of software glitches ... which then require manual adjustment ... which then makes the backlog even worse ...)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Uh oh. All my store credit has disappeared. I hope this is that display bug again ...

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Thank you Sara Marie :)

I got a ship notice, so I suspect it's starting to come in line.

I definitely don't envy you guys this Gen Con season, it seems like it's been unpleasant :/

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Yeah, I commented on this too (the mysteries of the shopping cart) but there was no indication anyone paid attention; I'm guessing they'll do the same this time.

previous post

I'm thinking they're still trying to work through the heinous bugs in the order/display/shipping system that are practically crippling their customer service.

Right now I've been overcharged by over $173 and haven't heard from CS since Monday. So I'm thinking they have some serious issues in HQ.

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Okay. The system just charged me ANOTHER $6.86.

Seriously - I've been overcharged by $173.96 at this point ($313.47 in credit and $124.45 and $6.86 in bank charges minus the $270.82 that's actually shipped).

I realize there's been some gigantic botch with some of the Skull & Shackles stuff, I'm really okay with that, but that doesn't explain the huge overcharge on my account, nor the mystery charge today.

So ... I posted the above on Monday and it's now Friday ... can you pretty please let me know what's going on?

Many thanks :)
-burt

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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heheheh

I definitely understand the leakage, I can no longer make heads or tails of the order summary pages, they're just giant lists of numbers that don't seem to add up in any sane way.

Currently, I have order 3216612 and order 3191056.

Order 3191056 says it's complete, says the total is $124.45 (which matches the total I was charged), and shows a charge of $28.19 (which matches one of the two charges). However, none of the three listed shipments nor the sidecart adds up to either $28.19 or $96.26.

Then there's order 3216612, which is largely a duplicate of 3191056, and says the total is $314.76, but says it's using $313.47 in store credit (leaving an inexplicable $1.29 difference). Then, below, it makes even less sense, listing:

Store credit: -$689.84 (red, so I assume that means debit)
Visa/debit: -$96.26 (red again, debit, this is my other charge)
Store credit: $611.54 (green, so assume this is credit)

However, on my main page it says I still have exactly the same amount of store credit: $36.10.

So ... I'm thinking there's a good chance it's still messed up. According to my invoice, I've received $270.82 in product, yet been charged $313.47 in store credit *AND* $124.45 from my bank account, a total of $437.92.

I do realize you answered only a few minutes ago and maybe the system's not quite up-to-date, but I suspect it's still wonky.

Thanks :)
-burt

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Okay, so that charge went through all the way, and I'm really confused.

The email I got on 8/4 said it would use $313.47 of store credit, leaving me with $36.10.

However, when my package showed up, it had an invoice for $270.82, yet the full $313.47 was deducted from my store credit.

Now, that mystery charge of $125.90 that was supposed to expire went through as two separate charges, for $96.26 and $28.19 (which is $124.45, *about* $125.90). And it didn't use the outstanding store credit.

Can you check what's going on here? It seems like I'm missing about $43 in store credit, and have a erroneous charge for $124.45.

thanks :)
-burt

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Andrew Betts wrote:
Lissa Guillet wrote:
Ed Reppert wrote:
I'm mildly surprised there's someone here who knows what telnet is. :-)
Really? How else are you supposed to get to a MUD.
I miss good MUDs

Hell, I miss good BBSes.

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Axial wrote:
We already know that Paizo's gonna use the hell out of this book in their modules and APs.

Not just Paizo :)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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IxionZero wrote:
Leo_Negri wrote:

Even without an Iron Gods AP themed set, I still want a set with a Gargantuan Annihilator Robot as a case incentive though. ;-)

You and me both, heh.

Me too! That was one of the things I threw at my players during our playtesting of the mythic stuff - four mythic annihilator robots.

It was very cool.

(It also made me unhappy with mythic time stop as a GM :)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Am I the only one that read To the moderators! the same way To the Batplane! would be read?

Quick, Robin! To the moderators! They'll delete this diabolical dialogue!!

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Reggie wrote:

Eric wrote: I'm off to drink some wiiiiiiiiiiiiine!

Does that make tonight's lucky spice paprika?

It's the happiest spice in the world!

Oh, and Reggie, isn't that a beautiful car?

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Jim Groves wrote:
Super! That is wonderful. It will help my short term cash flow. That's all I need!

In the past when I've had that problem (can't imagine why) I've used a card that will fail authorization - and then just switched cards when I could cover it.

That way I won't forget and have it, for example, drain my account of my mortgage payment :)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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I use these Stanley organizers:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001G1CUK0

They work great on many levels:

  • They are relatively inexpensive (about $16 each)
  • They stack
  • The interior buckets are removable, so I can quickly create a "travel kit" of minis by pulling from different cases
  • The top is clear so I can see what's in it

Sometimes I'll remove some of the interior buckets entirely to make a larger space, for example for my ogres and large elementals.

In any event, I've tried a number of solutions (Plano fishing tackle boxes (my second choice), shoe boxes, other small part boxes, this Rolykit thing, Reaper mini storage boxes, etc. etc.) and I'm far happier with the Stanley ones than any others I've tried over the years.

I have one per campaign that I use to hold the "PCs and current/upcoming encounters," and over a dozen others holding sorted minis, which I try to group by category (PCs, undead, animals/vermin, humanoids, and so forth).

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Matthew Trent wrote:
Perhaps someday paizo will join this decade and let us dl files as PDFs directly. I'm on my way to gencon and would like to lead this doc on my phone. Alas Paizo loves us not.

Why not just use an unzip app?

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Any insight on how long before the hardcovers are back in stock?

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Ancient necro is ancient.

As a GM, I like black blade quite a bit. One of my players is going to go with that in the new campaign, and it's going to fit the campaign perfectly.

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Tacticslion wrote:
Oh, who knows, really. Probably something inane. "I like pastries" is probably the closest anyone will come to the truth.

I at first read that as "I like pasties" and went, Uh, what? Oh. Oops.

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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I am not Paizo, but as I recall, if you've used the card in the past, they won't authorize it again.

NOT that I've ever been in the same boat. *koff*

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Heck, not even the old "Cthulhu/Nehwon" D&DG books are all *that* valuable, and those date back how many years?

Sure, they're worth more than the later printings, but it's not like you'll ever get rich off rare printings of RPGs :)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Creature Swarm for the win!

(one of my favorite templates :)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Ah! I didn't consider that scenario.

Thanks!!

-b

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Magda Luckbender wrote:
* There's a world of difference between a high level character that's been worked up via many sessions, compared to a high level character created at high level. Characters who level up 'organically' will tend to be more effective, better built, and easier to play.

This. A thousand times this.

I've run both one-off high-level games and long, long running games that have gone to a very high level, and I detest games where people create a high level character from scratch, as the amount of unrealistic min-maxing that goes on literally disgusts me.

On the other hand, the uber-high-level games where the players played all the way through were a blast.

When I used to run high-level tables at conventions with pre-gen characters, players often complained that I used straight classes without the usual min-max level dips often seen in high-level 3.5e builds, but it made for a much more realistic, enjoyable table.

In any event, not an issue for a level 3-5 table :)

(however, if you do want a significantly higher-level game, I recommend Tomb of the Iron Medusa quite highly - it's a very well done dungeon crawl for level 14, which avoids some of the issues with high-level one-off games. If you want more old school and slightly lower level, the Temple of Final Sacrement in Rappan Athuk is pretty darn good and has a definite Tomb of Horrors vibe. It's for about level 10.)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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heheheh

Ah, to have such troubles :)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Can you check what's up with my account?

As expected, I paid for the August shipment with carefully hoarded store credit, leaving a minimal balance ($36.10).

However, an authorization for $125.90 just showed up in my bank account, and I can't figure out what it's for.

Can you poke around and let me know what's up? I can't figure out what condition would leave me with a store balance *and* charge my bank account.

thanks :)
-burt

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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I've always been partial to The Feast of Ravenmoor which is for level 3.

All depends on your group. That one has an excellent mix of roleplaying, investigation, and combat, in my opinion.

Be careful of the endgame, however, as it can get deadly for an inexperienced group - make darn sure they don't split up :)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Maybe they get a better deal through a FLGS. Maybe they get better shipping and/or pricing from an alternate vendor. Who knows?

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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hehehe

Feels weird to be referred to as "that guy" :)

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*ack* *thphth*

(fights fingers away from keyboard)

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I dunno. I've always been philosophical about exactly why I'm there as a GM. Am I really there to defeat the PCs in the best way possible with my resources at hand, given the strictures of how those resources can be used?

Or am I there to ensure they have the most enjoyable time possible at the table, regardless of whether I took an optimal path in defeating them?

I've never seen the point in doing un-fun things at the table, even if they would be 100% full-bore logical. Pathfinder, and especially PFS, is not a simulation, so any sort of "well, XYZ would do ABC in a real circumstance" falls flat for me.

That's why I'm not a huge rules stickler, and that's why I try my best to run a game that the players want to come back to rather than one that they walk away from going, "well, that sucked."

Circumstances vary. Of course any of the well-known killer modules is different - those serve a very different master, and players who themselves are ruining the fun of the table must also be dealt with.

But in short, I think the onus is on us as GMs to ensure the game is fun, for whatever definition of fun is most relevant for the given table.

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Itchy wrote:

Currently at $21,000. I want to reach at least $32,000 for the players guide!

aside: I got my Rise of the Drow books yesterday. I am very glad that I got in early for a hardcover book of this adventure!

heheh

Now that's just kicking a man when he's down :)

Marathon Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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It's a shame; if it were actual physical stuff, I'd be all over it, but I can't justify spending all that for PDFs.

But, you guys have been successful without my help, so congratulations :)

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Personally, I'd really like to see more of the creatures from the epic SRD. Most of my favorites have not yet been seen in Pathfinder:

Atropal
Devastation Vermin
Elemental, Primal
Genius Loci
Gibbering Orb
Gloom
Legendary Animal (should have been a template, but wasn't)
Living Vault
Paragon Creature (template)
Pseudonatural Creature (template)
Ruin Swarm
Thorciasid
Umbral Blot (Blackball)
Uvuudaum

They're almost all creatures I've used - a half-dozen or so of them were particular favorites of mine, and a couple (like the pseudonatural and paragon templates) were go-to elements for me.

One of my favorites ever, though, was the umbral blot with ninja levels.

I never quite got around to using an atropal or the devastation vermin; both were crazy powerful. Maybe next time :)

(unfortunately, with the existence of the mythic rules and the infamous "CR cap", it's unlikely I'll see official versions of most of my favorites)

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And with this release, someone absolutely must do the MST3K version.

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That's ... that's awesome!!

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