|Rick Kunz Webstore Coordinator|
|The Purity of Violence|
|The Raven Black|
|Grumpus RPG Superstar 2014 Top 32|
|James Jacobs Creative Director|
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Any particular reason why this has been moved from november 15 to january?
There are of COURSE particular reasons this and the Construct book ended up being delayed. Those reasons aren't required to be public.
We'll get them out as we can, but we don't want to release sub-par products.
My guess? Busy with other products that are not Pathfinder...grrrrrr.
The modules line schedule has always been more erratic than most. I suspect it's one of the weaker sellers and hence impacts fewer people and would naturally tend to be where Paizo look for "slack" if necessary.
I'd also hazard a guess that there's less tie-in with other product lines as a general rule (barring the occasional flipmat) in regards to staff roles. A standalone product will presumably contain the "ripple effect" more than one they're hoping to release concurrently with two or three other titles.
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Would LOVE to see another Adventure Path done in the Darklands! YES, I know we have plenty to explore above! We are now going off world to explore. SO, why not BELOW! Even the Pathfinder Society, would send explorers down into the depths to find ancient civilizations there!
|Chris Lambertz Web Production Manager|
|Byrnja the Frost Witch|
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Indeed, like the action of not canceling the line and announcing products instead.
Oh I dunno.
I'm one of Paizo's biggest fans, but things like that module that aren't part of any subscription and aren't listed in the product releases and I end up missing out on just irritate me. Seems like it kinda defeats the purpose of being a superscriber.
And a third-party, out-of-print, impossible to get ahold of module certainly is no indicator about the health of Paizo's module line.