|Mark Moreland Franchise Manager|
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Planar Adventures is a bit randomly placed, but not unwelcome. Wonder if the crunch softcovers (and ultimate wilderness) will be bundled eventually.
Planar Adventures has never been included in a previous Bundle, and it seemed a good fit to go along with Planes of Power, Plane-Hopper's Handbook, and other extraplanar lore books.
Just popping in to say I love that you guys continue to offer your back catalog at such great deals through Humble. It was actually a bundle a couple years ago that first got me into Pathfinder 1e. The chance to check out a large amount of content from a new (to me) system was too good to pass up, and I quickly fell in love with both the mechanical options of the game and the setting of Golarion. Fast forward to the present and I'm now a regular subscriber, due in no small part to the massive sampler of great material I got back then.
Here's hoping you guys continue to offer these bundles in the future, for fans both new and old.
Could someone please explain to me how this works?
I can see the page for "Lost Omens Lore Archive" with lots of book covers, but I'm not quite following how it works in practice.
There is a "suggested" price of $25.00 for...something, but I'm not sure what, and I'm not sure what the "custom amount" would do.
I've never looked into this before, and I'm kind of perplexed.
If you give at least $25 you get all the PDFs listed at that tier and you also get all the PDFs at the lower cost tiers as well.
You don’t select a tier/package persay, if the amount you give is equal to or more than what’s listed you get it.
Humble Bundle supports charities, you can certainly give more (you’re donating more than buying) and then select on the next section how you want your donation to be divvied up (between Humble Bundle, the charity, and in this case Paizo).
|Vic Wertz Chief Technical Officer|
For the option "Pay with Amazon," does that in fact accept Amazon gift cards? Or is something more convoluted involved?
Short version: You check out via Amazon, using the information already stored in your Amazon account.
Long version: https://pay.amazon.com/using-amazon-pay.
According to the Amazon Pay FAQ, though, "Amazon.com Gift Cards cannot be used as a payment method to place an order using Amazon Pay."