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[Frog God Games] Last Chance To Order Slumbering Tsar Subscription


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RPG Superstar 2012 Top 16

336 arrived in Maryland, packed for perfection!

Whew! Thing's like an old Encyclopedia Brittanica!

==Aelryinth

Pathfinder Creative Director, Frog God Games

DaveMage wrote:

Sweet.

Of course - now I want to know who #21 is...

:)

All hail 21!

Our own Dawn Fischer was #24. Davrion on the NG boards was #23. I don't recall who #21 was. though.

RPG Superstar 2011 Top 8

I didn't order until May and mail from Washington to NH is always sloooooowwww but I shall keep my eyes peeled. Looking forward to it!


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Woot! #135 arrived today, and it's so pretty! I've already got two PCs to write into the obituary at the back!


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I wonder when the overseas ones will start arriving? Monday and Tuesday are public holidays here in the UK, so maybe the back end of next week. Cannot wait!

And reading on the other thread that Mr Vaughn is going to be working on a campaign guide, well. And the Sword of Air! Having been a long time follower of Necro, I think my excitement levels for FG products have now exceeded those for Paizo itself!


Got π!(Pi. That symbol looks weird.) ..and yes, I get it. :-P

Book looks great, my core rule book blushed and hid when I compared the two.

Publisher, Frog God Games

organized wrote:

#370 received 31 May, Gary Indiana

Shipping feedback:
Please provide an option for media mail next time. I have excellent local service and receive my mail just fine no matter how much or little I pay.

On most books we ship media--On something this expensive, I cannot risk it. I average maybe 5% damage w/ media mail. <1% with priority. That and there are no 5 inch book shipper boxes (except custom) and the Tsar book would not fit into them with padding:)


Wow, I'm number 33, didn't realize I'd gotten in so early!

Ken


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber

Bill, if we are in the states and do not see it today, should we start getting antsy? Thanks.

Shadow Lodge

Heh. At least with Paizo, it's generally a full month between the notification that they have mailed my shipment, and me actually receiving that shipment. Admittedly, there is a large ocean in between me and the USA, but still...

Oddly enough, Amazon usually gets me stuff within a week.

And Paizo got me one package in less than a week, full of WH40K RPG stuff.

Publisher, Frog God Games

Doubt any reason to get antzy--but it does seem unusual. I know for certain I sent a couple to folks on Tuesday that have not arrived yet--could just be volumes at a postal depot I suppose--but weird that Priority mail did not arrive in 5 days.

Keep me posted

Taldor

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#27 arrived yesterday in pristine condition. Very excited to sit down and have a look through the beast.


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber
Bill Webb wrote:

Doubt any reason to get antzy--but it does seem unusual. I know for certain I sent a couple to folks on Tuesday that have not arrived yet--could just be volumes at a postal depot I suppose--but weird that Priority mail did not arrive in 5 days.

Keep me posted

Thanks for the head's up, Bill. I'll check back in on Monday.

RPG Superstar 2011 Top 8

Elorebaen wrote:
Bill Webb wrote:

Doubt any reason to get antzy--but it does seem unusual. I know for certain I sent a couple to folks on Tuesday that have not arrived yet--could just be volumes at a postal depot I suppose--but weird that Priority mail did not arrive in 5 days.

Keep me posted

Thanks for the head's up, Bill. I'll check back in on Monday.

I haven't gotten mine either, but that's not unusual. A guitar I ordered for my brother just arrived Saturday from Oregon and that shipped a day or two before Tsar, so I'm guesstimating about Tuesday (usually Paizo orders take 7-8 days).


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Aww man, I'm waiting to ship this with RA (international postage suuuuuucks), but now I'm all jealous about people getting theirs already. Don't suppose I could find out what my number is at least Bill? Guessing in the 400s, ordered it pretty late.

If you can't figure out who I am, then send me a PM, thanks :)


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Bill Webb wrote:

Doubt any reason to get antzy--but it does seem unusual. I know for certain I sent a couple to folks on Tuesday that have not arrived yet--could just be volumes at a postal depot I suppose--but weird that Priority mail did not arrive in 5 days.

Keep me posted

Bill, did not show up today. Here's hoping for tomorrow!

Publisher, Frog God Games

So far only 2 boxes got squished...and I mean one waws SQUISHED. The rest seem to have arrived ok in the US--anyone else missing theirs?

Publisher, Frog God Games

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Aelryinth wrote:

336 arrived in Maryland, packed for perfection!

Whew! Thing's like an old Encyclopedia Brittanica!

==Aelryinth

#21 is an old Necromancer Games fanatic named Catherine--not gonna use her last name, but oddly, 3/4 first orders were women!

Publisher, Frog God Games

Elorebaen wrote:
Bill Webb wrote:

Doubt any reason to get antzy--but it does seem unusual. I know for certain I sent a couple to folks on Tuesday that have not arrived yet--could just be volumes at a postal depot I suppose--but weird that Priority mail did not arrive in 5 days.

Keep me posted

Bill, did not show up today. Here's hoping for tomorrow!

We are heading out for Dallas soon--if for some reason this does not arrive, I'll take good care of you when we return


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Hoping the elevator will hold when it eventually arrives at the office in Korea :-)

RPG Superstar 2011 Top 8

Bill Webb wrote:
So far only 2 boxes got squished...and I mean one waws SQUISHED. The rest seem to have arrived ok in the US--anyone else missing theirs?

I'm hoping mine shows up tomorrow. I remember that my Tome of Horrors took a day or two longer than others. Must be some crazy circuitous postal route up into NH.


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Holy (something), that book is huge! #174 arrived safely in Korea:)


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber
Bill Webb wrote:
Elorebaen wrote:
Bill Webb wrote:

Doubt any reason to get antzy--but it does seem unusual. I know for certain I sent a couple to folks on Tuesday that have not arrived yet--could just be volumes at a postal depot I suppose--but weird that Priority mail did not arrive in 5 days.

Keep me posted

Bill, did not show up today. Here's hoping for tomorrow!
We are heading out for Dallas soon--if for some reason this does not arrive, I'll take good care of you when we return

Thank you and I will keep you posted. I am also going out of town from the 6th through the 11th, so if it doesn't come today, the next message from me will be on the 12 th.

Have a great time in Dallas!

Pathfinder Creative Director, Frog God Games

Leonal wrote:
Holy (something), that book is huge! #174 arrived safely in Korea:)

Leonal, you won the prize for longest mailing address. Filling out that customs form hurt my hand. :-)

Pathfinder Creative Director, Frog God Games

John Benbo wrote:
Bill Webb wrote:
So far only 2 boxes got squished...and I mean one waws SQUISHED. The rest seem to have arrived ok in the US--anyone else missing theirs?
I'm hoping mine shows up tomorrow. I remember that my Tome of Horrors took a day or two longer than others. Must be some crazy circuitous postal route up into NH.

Doesn't it have to go through Lovecraft Country to get there? Probably the spawn of Yog-Sothoth interfering. They are ever so jealous of their fellow Great Old Ones like Tsathogga.


Greg A. Vaughan wrote:
John Benbo wrote:
Bill Webb wrote:
So far only 2 boxes got squished...and I mean one waws SQUISHED. The rest seem to have arrived ok in the US--anyone else missing theirs?
I'm hoping mine shows up tomorrow. I remember that my Tome of Horrors took a day or two longer than others. Must be some crazy circuitous postal route up into NH.
Doesn't it have to go through Lovecraft Country to get there? Probably the spawn of Yog-Sothoth interfering. They are ever so jealous of their fellow Great Old Ones like Tsathogga.

It's gotta go through the Dreamlands first. Let's hope the postman has a silver key on him. We might have to take a trip to retrieve the book and pray that none of the denizens crack it open to read it before we get there.


Leonal wrote:
Holy (something), that book is huge! #174 arrived safely in Korea:)

Whaaaat? Boo! :D

I'm only a short jaunt across the longest undefended border in the world, that the USPS inexplicably thinks is an impenetrable mile-high wall...

RPG Superstar 2011 Top 8

Dark Sasha wrote:
Greg A. Vaughan wrote:
John Benbo wrote:
Bill Webb wrote:
So far only 2 boxes got squished...and I mean one waws SQUISHED. The rest seem to have arrived ok in the US--anyone else missing theirs?
I'm hoping mine shows up tomorrow. I remember that my Tome of Horrors took a day or two longer than others. Must be some crazy circuitous postal route up into NH.
Doesn't it have to go through Lovecraft Country to get there? Probably the spawn of Yog-Sothoth interfering. They are ever so jealous of their fellow Great Old Ones like Tsathogga.
It's gotta go through the Dreamlands first. Let's hope the postman has a silver key on him. We might have to take a trip to retrieve the book and pray that none of the denizens crack it open to read it before we get there.

I blame the mi-go that live in the area.


Bill Webb wrote:
So far only 2 boxes got squished...and I mean one waws SQUISHED. The rest seem to have arrived ok in the US--anyone else missing theirs?

Still no arrival here in Valparaiso, IN for me, Bill. :(

RPG Superstar 2011 Top 8

The mi-go apparently were hiding #244 at the post office instead of delivering it to my house. Of course, that meant I was a little late getting to work to today.


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Greg A. Vaughan wrote:
Leonal wrote:
Holy (something), that book is huge! #174 arrived safely in Korea:)
Leonal, you won the prize for longest mailing address. Filling out that customs form hurt my hand. :-)

Haha, sorry about that. The Korean address system isn't very practical, but at least I didn't include my full legal name as you would have ran out of space. ;-)


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#34 reports in ready for action, Krakow, Poland.

It's beautiful...

Regards,
Ruemere


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

If Poland and Korea are getting copies, let's hope Canada isn't far behind.

Publisher, Frog God Games

Keep in mind, if you did not pay postage before 5/28, the book shipped Monday. I put "please pay postage" stickers on the boxes--if you already paid, ignore the sticker:)


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Just opened the book. Wow, thanks for the mention in the foreword! It's now making sure my bookshelf is leaving marks due to the increased weight.

Also, the maps look very good in print :-)


#306 has arrived, and looks great.

Qadira

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

#203 hit the sandy shores of Cape Cod today. Truly a magnificent piece of work!


#56 has arrived in France. Wow, just wow!
It's more than worth the 8 years wait.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

#197 made it to Guam in great shape. What an awesome book!!!!

Well worth the wait!!!


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber

#175 made it to New Zealand today. The box was a bit battered with one knocked in corner, but all that padding inside really did the trick. The book itself is in absolutely perfect shape. I'm impressed as heck by it.


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#300 made it to Australia today. Unfortunately my greed for Necro and Frog products probably compromised the froggies padding attempts. Along with Tsar I got City of Brass, the three northland chapters, swords and wizardry rulebook, Demonheart and Lost City of Barakus. Consequently there was little room for padding and pretty much every book suffered some corner damage. Not the end of the world but a shame never the less.

On the positive side the content of all the books is amazing!!!!!!


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Alan_Beven wrote:

#300 made it to Australia today. Unfortunately my greed for Necro and Frog products probably compromised the froggies padding attempts. Along with Tsar I got City of Brass, the three northland chapters, swords and wizardry rulebook, Demonheart and Lost City of Barakus. Consequently there was little room for padding and pretty much every book suffered some corner damage. Not the end of the world but a shame never the less.

On the positive side the content of all the books is amazing!!!!!!

You, sir, have a lot of fun reading ahead of you. Not only is Slumbering Tsar amazing by itself, Lost City of Barakus and City of Brass are, IMHO, two of the finest RPG products in print. I've DM'd multiple groups through LCoB; it never fails to provide an outstanding experience....and City of Brass is hands down one of the best mini-campaigns for high level gaming that you are ever gonna find.

Layout and Design, Frog God Games

I have a soft spot for Lost City of Barakus, myself, as that's the first book I ever did layout for in the RPG industry.

Oh, and it won that ENnie thing-ma-boober. :D


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

#354 has arrived in Saskatchewan, ready to cause some devastation.


#60 is now slumbering safely in the UK :-)

Cheliax

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules Subscriber

While the package containing it was beaten to a pulp during its journey across the Pond to Denmark (plus it fell off the bike twice as I drove home from the post office), #304 arrived without a single scratch. Not even a dented corner. Very impressive guys.


No. 254 has arrived in perfect condition in the UK.

I get to put my PCs through this next week, that's long enough to memorize the entire book, right? Oh well, maybe just the Desolation...


Arnwyn wrote:
I'm only a short jaunt across the longest undefended border in the world, that the USPS inexplicably thinks is an impenetrable mile-high wall...

And #165 (in perfect condition!) finally managed to crawl over said impenetrable wall as of yesterday...

(Actually, it probably burst right through it, roaring mightily...)

Publisher, Frog God Games

Alan (Bevan)--how bad was it hurt?


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Dr. Johnny Fever wrote:
You, sir, have a lot of fun reading ahead of you. Not only is Slumbering Tsar amazing by itself, Lost City of Barakus and City of Brass are, IMHO, two of the finest RPG products in print. I've DM'd multiple groups through LCoB; it never fails to provide an outstanding experience....and City of Brass is hands down one of the best mini-campaigns for high level gaming that you are ever gonna find.

And...... You were 100% correct. This stuff is just so incredibly well put together. I am in gamer heaven reading all this stuff! I am going to commit a sin on the boards and declare that this FGG and Necro stuff is the best adventure material available on the market right now. It has a soul and mood that really takes me back 25 years to the Red Box but without the clunky mechanics and variable production qualities.

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