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Anybody know when the final design pictures of the Core book special editions were posted? Like how far in advance of their release dates.

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Jason Keeley wrote:
Asmodeus's Dad wrote:

Player's Guide - Good! Though with the much smaller page count of the Starfinder AP books, these should really be free pdf's like the Pathfinder counterparts. Not taking up page count in the book itself and much more readily available to the players as that is the target audience.

The Player's Guide in this AP is a bit of experiment to see how well it is received within the volume itself. It contains information that would have normally gone at the beginning of the adventure, giving the adventure a bit of room to breath but also a couple of new themes and pieces of equipment, so it should hopefully be worth the price of admission!

Jason, Starfinder players are already paying a premium for their respective Adventure Paths. The Pathfinder equivalents are 96 pages at $24.99 - that's 3.84 pages per dollar. Starfinder AP books are 64 pages at $22.99 - that's only 2.78 pages per dollar. I think having a Player's Guide for these APs is marvelous however I also believe it should be presented as a free pdf just as it is for Pathfinder. The Player's Guide itself would be better received if it were a separate document.

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Player's Guide - Good! Though with the much smaller page count of the Starfinder AP books, these should really be free pdf's like the Pathfinder counterparts. Not taking up page count in the book itself and much more readily available to the players as that is the target audience.

Oh and can we maybe get a survey asking us if we would like a high level Starfinder campaign? I would think if there's enough demand, that would be something that the company would like to sell us.

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Dragnmoon wrote:

That is incorrect; there are many more devices with Android then with iOS.

Though I think that Apps still do better on Itunes then they do on The Android Market.

There are of course other issues with Android Phone market, the disparity of different OS versions across all the phones is not helpful and the security issues with Androids are not helpful.

I will have to respectfully disagree since as of June 6, 2011 there were over 200 million devices sold with iOS. Best numbers I could find for the same date had Android with ~110 million devices. I do understand that it has been another month, but I would be hard pressed to believe in one month's time over 90 million Android devices were sold.

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Jarazix wrote:
xorial wrote:

And maybe an iCombat Pad.

Actually. the Combat pad, Crit, & Fumble need to be packaged as one app.

There are less iPhone users than Android, I wonder what the logic of not going android was?

Probably because iOS users (not simply iPhone) > Android users. I'm sure eventually it will come out for the Android market however.