People involved with them still hang around the unofficial forum http://notthebigfinishforum.freeforums.net/
But I suspect we'd have more luck spamming email@example.com with requests and promises of bribes.
Mark Moreland wrote:
Big Finish have Kyra on the cast list for Seven Days to the Grave. So fingers crossed.
Crimson Throne would be a nice synergy with the upcoming hardcover.
I'd be concerned that people would be less likely to buy it, if they were planning to play the updated Crimson Throne (Spoilers and all that).
But yes, I'd love to hear Crimson Throne as well (Given how badly things went when I played in it, I'd love to hear what should have happened).
A group of well armed travellers who detect as evil. It's safe to assume they are agents of Thrune.
Vic Wertz wrote:
Big Finish wanted to further establish the main group of characters. They felt that listeners (especially those not familiar with Paizo's iconics) would be disappointed to find the lineup changing just as the series is getting started. Other iconics may be featured in future APs, though.
I guess that's fair enough but I do hope the lineup doesn't stay the same for too long. Perhaps set up a "B Team" of iconics so the original group don't have to split up and could come back later.
Every GM is free to change/interpret the rules however they wish. I tend to operate a three step pattern for dealing with uncertainty.
1) If you can't prove me wrong in under five minutes, then the rule doesn't exist and I get to decide.
Lost In Limbo wrote:
True. I'll grant you that although the article this was in reply to says
Mark Moreland wrote:
(she appears on the cover of the second adventure in the series, The Skinsaw Murders)
So it seemed reasonable to suggest a correction using the same terms. If I'd realised there were enough people capable of forgetting the content and context of an article by the time they reached the comments section, I would have been clearer.
Given that he was telling me I was wrong. What I was refering to is, perhaps, more important. Either way, Ameiko is not on the cover of either version of The Skinsaw Murders. (Which this blog claims she is - hence my original correction.)
And given that this was a blog about the audio-plays, I figured most people would assume that was more relevant than the original AP.
James Jacobs wrote:
Which one was closest to your image of their character?
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
Having a book and knowing it by heart are two very different things.
Big Finish always list their releases for the last day of the month, until proved otherwise.
A recent post on their forum from Paul Spragg said:
So don't take the 31st as a concrete release date.
You also lose it automatically if an application to become naturalized in another country finalizes. There are some places where you gain citizenship automatically for one reason or another, in these instances you retain your US citizenship. It's when you have to formally request citizenship that you lose your US one.
That's weird, the US state department's website says the exact opposite.
The point I was making is that I disagree with this:
In the real world you are probably correct.
I was proposing this mostly as thought experiment to highlight the difference between labor and other goods and services. Namely that people cost money to maintain even if they'll never be wanted or needed as labor. I then attempted to create a system where those costs would be met by the state only if an employer was not involved.
I agree it was flawed and would never work in practice, not to mention the ways it would be exploited, but I hope it served its purpose.
Hence my point about keeping assistance for the unemployed. A very different scenario to the situation in the early 20th. And as I said, I don't recommend it.
If the argument were about the price of dicebags or something (something emotionally and politically neutral), nobody would disagree that raising the price above a certain level would discourage buyers. But when it's about the price of labor suddenly the factors that affect every other good or service don't apply.
Because people tend to forget that currently low cost labor is heavily subsidised by the government (medicaid, food stamps, cash assistance etc.). There are very few other goods or services where you can insist on paying less than the cost of production and/or maintenance and still be able to find it.
If the minimum wage were abolished but government assistance was only made available to the unemployed, the effective minimum wage would have to go up because no one could support a family on the current amount. (I still don't recommend it as a strategy)
I'm not even sure I see a problem with it putting prices up. Labor is a relatively small overhead for most businesses that only pay minimum wage. Prices may go up as a result of an increase but not by anywhere near the same percentage. Leaving workers enough money to live on and forcing employers (and indirectly their customers) to pay their own staff rather than expecting everyone else to cover the shortfall.
Vod Canockers wrote:
Exactly. You're finally starting to get it.
The cost of what they sell will remain constant but their staffing overhead will go up. In theory that will push up their overall costs but if the poorest in society have more money to spend, places like Taco Bell will get more customers pushing income and profits up.
Plus less of your tax money will be needed to ensure those same people are kept out of abject poverty leading to either 1) more investment in government services, leading to more jobs and hence more customers for Taco Bell, or 2) tax cuts for large corporations, leading to lower overheads for Taco Bell (and those like it).
I don't think "Asmodeus" is part of the Product Identity, a quick search on Wikipedia suggest the name at least originates from a source that is out of copyright.
The details of the Cult of Asmodeus as laid out in Faiths of Corruption would count, I imagine. You might be better inventing your own based on the original (or one of the more modern, 17th century references).