What are the chances that you'll be issuing a intermediary-sized version of the ruleset?
I'd love something as small and manageable as Savage Worlds Explorer's Edition or the digest sized handbooks done for M&M and the late d20 Conan. The Beginner's Box has been great, but I'd like something to bridge the gap to the full game while providing handy reference. My players are casual, and the expense and clutter of copies of the Core Rulebook is a real factor (not to mention the intimidation of such a weighty tome).
What do you think?
I would like to see something like this, or maybe something closer to a reference guide; something where rules are described in shorthand and page numbers are given for the source book. Could be very handy. Of course, it is unlikely that this would happen.
Buy the PDF, put it on your smartphone....job done.
This comes across as very condescending. So what if I don't have a smartphone? Or I specifically want a physical copy? PDF/smartphone is a nice suggestion, but not an end-all answer.
Hey guys-What are the chances that you'll be issuing a intermediary-sized version of the ruleset?
Tricky Owlbear Publishing was planning on releasing a book calledThe Tricky Owlbear Version 3.75 Player's Chapbook that was to combine the player's rules from the Core Book and the APG. But, it was delayed for some reason and they haven't mentioned it in quite some time.
Wasn't there a SORD Pathfinder edition that tried to squeeze all the necessary information from the core book into a compact form?
I think this is it:
Oh I know what you mean....I have a few "pocket" guides myself. (although most of my pockets are much smaller than 5x7.)
Content wise you could make your own..and most office supply stores carry 5x7 binders. But as far as finding pants with 5x7 pockets? You're on your own...lol!