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See the world of Pathfinder as never before in a brand-new series of pulse-pounding sword-and-sorcery novels from Paizo Publishing! Journey alongside brave Pathfinders as they venture across the world of Golarion! Learn all-new details about little-known corners of the Pathfinder world—as well as some of its most important denizens and locales! The Pathfinder fiction line is the only place to get all this great material, and the only way to ensure that you get all of it is to start an ongoing Pathfinder Tales subscription today!

The Pathfinder Tales product page features a list of upcoming releases. With your ongoing subscription, we'll automatically send you every new Pathfinder Tales novel as it is released, charging your credit card only as we ship each item. You'll only need to sign up once, and never need to worry about renewal notices or missed products!

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Dark_Mistress wrote:
Twin Dragons wrote:
Quick question: are the non-novel epubs included with a subscription?
No just the novels.

Thanks DM.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Card Game Subscriber

After having my toes in the water for too long, I've finally decided to jump in. Along with the sub for new stuff, are there some MUST read Tales that I should pick up too?


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Zelq wrote:
After having my toes in the water for too long, I've finally decided to jump in. Along with the sub for new stuff, are there some MUST read Tales that I should pick up too?

Personal favorites as of now are Prince of Wolves (for the great characters and setting) and Plague of Shadows (for the wonderful implementation of a classic D&D party feel, and just flat out wonderful writing), but I have enjoyed them all thus far. Winter Witch was a nice little travelogue through Varisia, The Lands of the Linnorm Kings, and Irisen, and The Worldwound Gambit was a rip-roaring, fast-paced classic heist story with a demonic twist.

Just getting into Master of Devils now, and it is great fun so far!


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Card Game Subscriber
Joseph Wilson wrote:


Personal favorites as of now are Prince of Wolves (for the great characters and setting) and Plague of Shadows (for the wonderful implementation of a classic D&D party feel, and just flat out wonderful writing), but I have enjoyed them all thus far. Winter Witch was a nice little travelogue through Varisia, The Lands of the Linnorm Kings, and Irisen, and The Worldwound Gambit was a rip-roaring, fast-paced classic heist story with a demonic twist.

Just getting into Master of Devils now, and it is great fun so far!

Looks like I need to sub, then. I'll begin grabbing those other books as I can as well. Thanks!

Qadira RPG Superstar 2009 Top 8

I just got Prince of Wolves, The Worldwound Gambit, and Master of Devils for my birthday. Can't wait to get started them. Finally, I get a chance to start on the Pathfinder Tales line.

Sczarni

Question: Is it possible to get a subscription of JUST the PDFs and eBooks? I don't really want the paperbacks, but I'd like the automatic purchase.

Thoughts?

Paizo Employee Sales Imp

Gully wrote:

Question: Is it possible to get a subscription of JUST the PDFs and eBooks? I don't really want the paperbacks, but I'd like the automatic purchase.

Thoughts?

This question is actually answered in our FAQ.

The answer is that we do not currently have any plans for offering PDF/eBook only subscriptions, nor do we currently foresee this being an option in the future. In the post linked in the FAQ entry Vic spells out why in a detailed manner, but the upshot is: The potential benefits to do not outweigh the seriousness of the potential risks .

Thanks,
cos

Shadow Lodge

Thanks Cosmos,

I assumed what Vic mentions in general doesn't really correspond to trade paperbacks. I would think the costs equations would be different between the normal rulebooks print runs and mass market trade paperbacks (only $3 different in price between book and epub). It could even be automated as part of Apple's Newsstand ... I'd pay a premium for the privilege (over the standard epub cost), but understand that there might not be an audience for it.

EDIT: If they actually showed up automatically in Newsstand I'd pay the normal subscription price, but with none of the dead trees!

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

Gully13 wrote:
I assumed what Vic mentions in general doesn't really correspond to trade paperbacks.

Vic's post applies to all of our print products.


Elf_NFB wrote:
Ross Byers wrote:
You get both the ePub and PDF with the subscription to Pathfinder Tales.

That is good news indeed. I didn't sign up for the Tales subscription right from the start....so today I bought the ebook version of Prince of Wolves.

I'm proud to say that Calibre quickly and accurately converts the epub file to mobi... which can be read on my Kindle. I am LOVIN the Kindle. And I can't wait for more Pathfinder Tales books. I've got the Pathfinder Tales Collection already set up. :D

Hate to pester people, but I *really* need to figure out how to convert epub to something that works with Kindle. Also I have a Mac, if that makes a difference.

Hopefully sometime today.


Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Software called Calibre can be used to convert the novels to Kindle format. There's a link here.

Silver Crusade

Yucale: install calibre. it'll ask you what sort of ereader you have. Find it in the list and select it. Then when you connect it to your computer calibre will recognize it and show you what items are on the device and not. When you try to send an EPUB to your Kindle, it'll automatically convert it (maybe it'll ask you first; I don't know, I have an EPUB-capable reader). Either way, you don't need to worry about doing anything manually besides what I just outlined. It's pretty easy.

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Just curious since here in the near future I will own a Kindle Fire. Will Calibre copy the epub file over directly? Will there be any goofs in the wording (like misspells or other weird wording)? Any other problems I might encounter.

(should have read the Calibre link better, pretty much answers my question. I thought it was link to the actual software, ha ha)

Would love to see a novel e-subscription thou. Once I get the KF, the dead tree version will just be a paperweight for me. I could cancel the sub & get the digital version but right now I'd rather support the line by being a subscriber.

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Companion, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

I use it regularly. Never a problem. Even marks the chapters correctly. Calibre is a fantastic program. :)


Pathfinder Tales Subscriber

So far we have had the Forgotten Realms authors Dave Gross (whose stories I continue to love) and Elaine Cunningham (who I hope to eventually see more of). Are there any other FR authors that we might see novels from in the near future (i.e. Erik Scott de Bie, Steven Schend, Ed Greenwood [though I know he is very busy], Richard Lee Byers, or Troy Denning [though he is probably very busy with Star Wars)?

RPG Superstar 2008 Top 32

Richard Lee Byers and Ed Greenwood have both contributed to free Pathfinder Tales webfiction


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Ross Byers wrote:
Richard Lee Byers and Ed Greenwood have both contributed to free Pathfinder Tales webfiction

I have the eBooks of those. I am hoping for full novels. =)

Paizo Employee Managing Editor

Hawkins wrote:
Ross Byers wrote:
Richard Lee Byers and Ed Greenwood have both contributed to free Pathfinder Tales webfiction
I have the eBooks of those. I am hoping for full novels. =)

Stay tuned. ;)


Pathfinder Tales Subscriber

BTW, James, since you stopped by, Salim Ghadafar is an awesome character and I hope to see more of him as well!

Paizo Employee Managing Editor

Hawkins wrote:
BTW, James, since you stopped by, Salim Ghadafar is an awesome character and I hope to see more of him as well!

Thanks so much for all the Salim love, everybody! I'm definitely working on some further adventures with him, so please stick around. :D


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber

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.

Cheliax

i wish Paizo will print stats for the characters in the novels hehehe

i'd subscribe to the whole line hehehe


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber
Radavel wrote:

i wish Paizo will print stats for the characters in the novels hehehe

i'd subscribe to the whole line hehehe

I don't know if I need stats for the characters although, that would be a good juicy bit. I would not mind if the "Glossary" was removed and replaced by some juicy bits. Stats of a character or an item, etc. I don't think that a lot of people are looking stuff up in the glossary while reading.

Andoran

I actually find the glossary quite handy and use it occasionally.


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber
Stegger wrote:
I actually find the glossary quite handy and use it occasionally.

D'oh! I hate it when a little fact gets in the way of what I consider a brilliant idea. :)

Cheliax Contributor

If you'd care to hear a bit of the first two chapters of Queen of Thorns at Gen Con, meet me in room 244 at 5:00 on Friday.

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