We Have Ways of Making You Report

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Early this month I posed a challenge to the community to report their Pathfinder Society events in exchange for an extra-early preview of art from the forthcoming World Guide: The Inner Sea. Well, I'm overjoyed to report that the targets we set were the definition of an underestimate of what you folks were capable of. Not only did the number of events taking place in October surpass our monthly average, the total number of previously unreported events that finally got reported exceeded our expectations to a level we haven't seen since we sold out of the Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook before it was even released. Seriously. I'm incredibly proud of the entire PFS community, and all of you should be too! I knew people were playing, and now we can actually see how much our fans are enjoying the campaign.

As a lawful being through and through, I will now uphold my end of the bargain. Though there are still a few days left in October to increase your numbers even further, the targets are already clearly blown out of the water. Thus will I release the hostage art. And this isn't just any art, mind you, but an image James Jacobs specifically didn't want to reveal until much, much later. Cries of triumph echoed from Erik's office, through the editorial pit, and as far as the warehouse when we saw the numbers, though, so you all get what you earned.

BEHOLD!
Illustration by Tyler Walpole

Now that you got what you wanted, don't stop reporting. I plan to keep the rewards coming for your hard work!

Mark Moreland
Developer

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James Jacobs wrote:
Dragnmoon wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
We might have 100 new pieces of art, 99 of which are sword & sorcery fantasy, and 1 piece of new art that's science fiction fantasy, but if we show off that 1 piece and not any of the other 99, it makes it look like, to the public, the whole book is filled with robots. Which is patently not the case.
That said, I would love a book for pathfinder full of robots!!!!
It'd be easier for us to send you a box full of robots. We're still struggling to perfect robots thin enough to be placed inside of a book.

that is fine... When should I expect that box? and how much will shipping cost me? ;)


Sounds like a good regional book for the future. After an Oriental one, of course.

Then have the Orient characters (Tian Xia is the name I think?) face Numeria denizens. Instant Japanese-anime styled Pathfinder game!

Why do I sense some Final Fantasy-like campaigns being planned right now? ;)


Now I need to talk Jacobs into doing Pathfinder: Secret of the Kaiju....

Hyrum.


Anyone else reminded of Mage vs Machine in Dragon 258? Good times...

Liberty's Edge

That is cool.


hogarth wrote:
Great. Now I have Will Smith's "Wild Wild West" running through my head.

Oh, snap.

Seriously, though... awe-some!


Hyrum Savage wrote:

Now I need to talk Jacobs into doing Pathfinder: Secret of the Kaiju....

Hyrum.

SHWA!!!


Ross Byers wrote:
Because history has shown us the merging a demonic presence with a machine always works out so well.

Like Jason X: JASON IIIINNN SPAAAAAACE


James Jacobs wrote:

Even robots are afraid of vampires

Because vampires suck out a robot's hydraulic oil and they become terrible things that can change shape.

Every robot is afraid of turning into a transformer and having to spend a lot of their time as a bicycle or something.

1/5

KaeYoss wrote:


Because vampires suck out a robot's hydraulic oil and they become terrible things that can change shape.

Every robot is afraid of turning into a transformer and having to spend a lot of their time as a bicycle or something.

Wasn't that Ratbat's origin story?

Scarab Sages

Hyrum Savage wrote:

Now I need to talk Jacobs into doing Pathfinder: Secret of the Kaiju....

Hyrum.

+1 for both Numeria love and Kaiju love.

Should any Kaiju-themed or Numeria-themed products be released, I will buy them immediately.

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