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I just want to make sure before I subscribe. I had previously preordered the Bestiary Box set but cancelled because I wouldn't be getting the PDFs and could get the box at my local store instead. However....
If I subscribe right now to the Pawns line and tell it to start with the Bestiary Box. Will I also get the pdf?
Just subscribed (had to give up the Deluxe Collectors Edition of RotRL..oh well), and am looking forward to these. They'll be easier for my players to pick out on the battlemat (we play on a huge table!)
I also noticed that the Skull & Shackles set got bumped to November. Not a problem (actually, it'll be easier on my wallet in September!) I imagine that will happen occassionaly.
Anyway, a quick question: I notice that the pawns only go up to Huge size. Any thoughts on a set or two of larger pawns, even up to Colossal? Is that even practical?
Don't know if this is where I should ask, but here goes:
Looking at the realese dates for the upcoming products in this line, I wonder about the frequency of future realses. That is, it seems like these are coming out REAL SLOW. Are they supposed to come out once evrey 3,4 months?
so my two questions:
1) how fast are these coming out? not talking about the products already announced but about future products
2) will there be pawn collections for older APs? CotCT, Carrion Crown, something along these lines?
I'm with Lord Snow, any chance that some of the older AP's might see a Pawn release? I would love Jade Regent or a Carrion Crown (Carrion Crown would be so re-usable in my home brew) - does Paizo have a view on whether these are a good seller yet?
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Not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but here goes.
I noticed that as part of the pre-production image for the S&S AP pawns, there was a Sea Cat. But, once the real live PDF arrived, the only creatures with S&S AP Bestiary entries that had pawns were ones that showed up in the AP adventure.
I know that space is limited and you want to include pawns that will support the AP adventure directly, but I'm also sure that it is going to be a while before the Sea Cat is collected in a bestiary and a pawn is crafted for it.
Any thoughts on including maybe just a single sheet on non-adventure AP bestiary entries in the future AP pawn products? Or maybe a release that focuses on creatures that haven't been collected in a Bestiary book yet?
Does anyone know what weight of cardstock the pawns are printed on?
I realize it's a few months old, but I haven't seen the answer yet. I use Canson hot press board from Hobby Lobby. It's about 2.5-3mm and works great. You'll need a razor knife to cut it because it is too thick for scissors. For huge you'll need to cut out a piece 75mm x 98mm, large 48mm x 63mm, medium 28mm x 48mm and small 20mm x 38mm.
Would Paizo consider selling sheets of blank pawns? I'm thinking it would be cool to have a stack (about the same size as an AP set) that just contains sheets of pre-cut small, medium, large and huge pawn shapes on which I could paste (or even draw) images of monsters that aren't already available as official pawns.