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I don't ever remember the detailed world map being on the product page. And I absolutely accept that people will have differing views, but to tank a books rating because you dislike the decisions made in how to progress the world is weird.

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No subscription required, but subscribing gets you access to on demand videos and extra emojis. There are often gift subs given out during streams as well! $5 for basic tier, $10 for the next level and $25 for third level, or as mentioned Amazon Prime gives you one for free every month.

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And of course that review rehashes the ongoing argument over in the Tyrant's Grasp section, ignoring that you did prevent ol' Baphy from becoming an ACTUAL GOD, but yeah, whatever.

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Cosmo's Slightly More Evil Twin wrote:

Folks... Folks... Folks... I'm definitely looking forward to playing in this game. Now, you will have the opportunity to mess with me with what you make me play, sure...

BUT!

...you also have the opportunity to help me mess with BULMAHN!

I just have two words:

CLOWN. BARD.

Tune in and do with this what you will. :)

Sold

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Val'bryn2 wrote:
How many times did he use it on Lastwall? That matters, because he only has 11 uses, as there are only 11 shards of the shield. 10 if we discount the one in his hand.

1. Roslar's Coffer

2. Vigil
3. Gallowspire
4. Renchurch (Arazni)
5. Hammerrock
6. Outside Absalom

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I have the Single File download, for those who only had the Chapter versions, you may be able to refresh?

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xris wrote:
I personally don't think this is a good way to try and grow the YouTube channel, it will most likely work against you.

That seems to be your point: that you personally disagree with Paizo's marketing department on the best way to market their product.

You're entitled to your opinion, which may, indeed, be based on a professional background and more than 10 years experience in marketing a tabletop role playing game. You may have more expertise than all of the Paizo staff and owners put together.

Or maybe not.

I agree with you, it's just my opinion.

If Paizo released 29 hardback books on the same day and then nothing for a year, I would suggest that it's bad marketing. I suspect that Paizo's marketing department might agree with that, after all, they are an experienced publisher and know how to sell books.

I'm not sure the same marketing department deals with the release schedule of YouTube videos. I'm also not so sure they are as experienced in this field as they are in the field of publishing RPG books.

But that's just my opinion. I offered some constructive criticism, take that for what it's worth :)

They're not releasing 29 at once and then nothing for a year though. They release Oblivion Oath every week, they also will continue to release Starfinder Wednesday and Pathfinder Friday content weekly since those shows are back, and there will be more content at other cons as well.

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pjrogers wrote:
Deadmanwalking wrote:

Vastly less because armies fielded by a city are a tiny fraction of the population of that city. Kinda definitionally.

If a large percentage of the city was gonna die, then the death of even the whole army was a much smaller number of people, and, assuming a volunteer army, of people who volunteered to die if necessary to keep the city safe.

That's just how populations and armies work.

But if it's a significant proportion of Absalom's trained professional military and its reserve, then that would be a very serious dent in the city's military capabilities. Armies don't just appear out of nowhere. You need an infrastructure, both human and physical and time to produce them.

Think of the importance of the evacuation of the BEF from Dunkirk in 1940, and how its destruction would have greatly weakened the UK.

While you're right that they don't come out of nowhere, Absalom did indeed get much needed reinforcements, as the entire remnants of Last Wall's military might has relocated there.

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NotBothered wrote:
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If it's not because of GM frustration, it's not RFED. That's literally part of the definition.

No it's through bad writer inability to differentiate between what makes an acceptable book plot and one for a module.

I still stand by my original point, if you're not prepared to give up your NPC, do not include them in the module.

Paizo are now 2 for 2 in their last two AP's with this. If they don't want the Tyrant killed, use another monster.
If they don't want Sorshen killed then she should have been the aptly named Sir Not Appearing In This Module.

It's appallingly bad writing to just say meh my NPC lives and you all get to die. In fact I cannot think of a poorer excuse for what passes as an ending.

If this was Paizo's attempt to make sure everyone ends 1st ed with a bitter taste in their mouth then they have made great strides.

Gosh, loved to be lumped in with "everyone" there. I personally loved the last two AP's, so I guess I'm not worthy of an opinion, am I?

As to "Tomb of Horrors" I've run it with many different groups and have literally never killed everyone with the false entrance, so there goes the Everyone part of Rocks Fall Everyone Dies. It's a bad example for the page, to be sure, as it's more appropriately a meat grinder dungeon, not a RFED moment.

On the actual origin of the popularization of the phrase:

Gnagn wrote:
I was the DM in the D&D game Randy was playing when he started S*P (other than Mike and PeeJee, the players in this comic and the next few are based on our group). If I remember correctly one of the other players mentioned "Rocks fall, everyone dies" during a moment of levity. He said that he had a DM that he used to play with that used it when he got frustrated with the players.

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Corrik wrote:
Cori Marie wrote:
Calling it "rocks fall, everyone dies" is a bit disingenuous. RFED is a trope that involves a frustrated GM killing the party because they can, not setting up a heroic sacrifice to culminate a six book story.

It isn't disingenuous in the slightest. PCs deal too much damage to the big bad and the DM declares that everyone explodes and dies. This is a RFEDs ending and using different fluff does nothing to change that. Not all GMs do it because they are frustrated. Some do it for other reasons, such as drama, heroic sacrifices, or some other bad idea.

To quote TV Tropes

TV Tropes wrote:
This is what happens in Tabletop RPGs when the Game Master gets utterly fed up with the players: he kills them all spectacularly.

If it's not because of GM frustration, it's not RFED. That's literally part of the definition.

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Heroic sacrifices that accomplish the mission are a lot different from a generic TPK. Sturm Brightblade for example. Gandalf in Moria. The whole cast of Rogue One. It's obviously a trope you hate, but you're not the sole audience.

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NotBothered wrote:
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Said lich is stopped. Sent back to square one.

Yeah, he's still semi-active... but the power he used to grind Lastwall into dust? Gone. Finito. Every nation around him? No longer subject to Radiant Fire nuking- and on notice, so they have time to prepare for the more conventional worries caused by armies of undead.

The power that was invented for him for this AP you mean and he didn't really need to cause the world a ton of trouble previously.

I'm afraid I don't buy into any of the TG apologist points of view. If it feels like a loss for the PC's and a win for the bad guy then it probably is one.

Maybe the Tyrant didn't achieve all his aims, but he's still kicking and the party are not.

"Feels like" is very subjective. I for one would not feel that this ending is a loss for my character, nor a win for the bad guy. You obviously do, and that's fine. Not every AP is for everyone. I had no desire to play Skulls & Shackles or Hell's Vengeance, that doesn't make either AP a bad AP for those that did.

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Further, they don't want to do box sets like that because they rely heavily on the monthly adventure model, and doing something like that de-incentivizes people from buying the monthly releases. Its also why the big collected editions are very rare.

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And in a few years, maybe we'll have another Adventure Path to put him down for good. I could see that easily coinciding with 2E's version of Mythic (that will hopefully be more balanced than 1E's). It's still not rocks fall, everyone dies, because again, it doesn't rely on GM frustration and table flipping. From the very first line of the TV Trope page: "This is what happens in Tabletop RPGs when the Game Master gets utterly fed up with the players: he kills them all spectacularly."

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Calling it "rocks fall, everyone dies" is a bit disingenuous. RFED is a trope that involves a frustrated GM killing the party because they can, not setting up a heroic sacrifice to culminate a six book story.

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Sick after a con? *gasp*

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NotBothered wrote:
Rysky wrote:
There is info for if your party doesn't want to work with either and/or if they attack, but your characters aren't really coming across as Good if they attack Sorshen in Return. They also wouldn't survive that.

And your last sentence, is the nature of my complaint. The other runelords are fair game but they do their level best to make sure even if you go after Sorshen you cannot get her.

And why would they not be good, she is a monstrous evil with a list of crimes against humanity Genghis Khan would be proud of. At no time can you justify that she deserves to be let off just because "she isn't like that anymore" without it coming across as protecting the NPC

If you murder someone who has worked to redeem themselves, you too are a murderer and no longer fit the "good" spectrum of alignment.

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NightTrace wrote:
I think that it's perfect, but I'm biased because this means I won't be missing Starfinder Wednesday or Pathfinder Fridays :P

NEMESIS *shakes fist*

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Aaron Shanks wrote:
Cori Marie wrote:
So it IS the original time slots and not earlier in the day as announced last week?
We think 4 to 5 PM Pacific is best for most of our audiences. What do you think?

4-5 works great for me, because it's at the end of my workday.

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Oh look what's finally published.

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I'd also like to point out that "a few months" is a little off, as Starfinder launched in August 2017, and PF2 was announced in March of the following year, and the playtest didn't start until the following August.

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graystone wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Also gaining them from your class.

What class gains an uncommon non-focus spell?

PossibleCabbage wrote:
I would recommend people for whom "ask the GM" is not an option (this is far from my personal experience, but whatever) to just pay attention to what organized play does and see if that works for them.

If the adventures put out so far are the norm, it seems like rarity is going to be adventure based: if you want a certain uncommon item/feat/ect, you just go out of your way to play the adventure that has it and get the sheet for it. Other games don't really get to 'pick your own' adventure like that.

From my understanding, that's primarily how uncommon/rare things are going to be given out in the official campaign setting material too. Each AP book or Module book is going to have things only accessible to characters that have completed those books.

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The fact that Leo is an editor makes those OH's even better

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Leo seems to be malfunctioning

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Oh look, new trailer. LOOK AT MY GIRL DONNA. SHE LOOKS SO GOOD.

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Gary Teter wrote:
Can you make a good living writing Harry Potter fan fiction?

Rowling seems to be coasting on it now

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thecursor wrote:

I hate that sidecart thing actually.

But look, I'm aware that there's alternative ways to cancel orders and subscriptions than the forum but all of them equate to "Not pushing one button like almost every other eStore."

Magazine subscriptions are inherently similar. Magazines don't just have a button to push to cancel a subscription, you actually have to write in or call in. Same with several subscription based companies, like JustFab for shoes. You can skip a month, but to actually cancel your subscription, you have to call.

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Aenigma wrote:
*slur* is a racial slur? In the famous Disney film The Hunchback of Notre Dame, the word *slur* was very frequently used by almost everyone in the film, I remember. So I thought that word is not a racial slur at all. Well, if using that word would anger many people, I would stop using it.

Disney isn't the be all end all of what is acceptable, after all they also did "Song of the South"


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Master Pugwampi wrote:

The Goblins may not be working on it, but we Gremlins are!

Hope that alleviates any consternation! ;)

Its been a couple weeks, my head is ready to go back in the gears

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Galt also has a few PFS scenarios

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VerBeeker wrote:

No mention of Firebrands, no real big lore changes, but however something catches my eye.

Survivor of the Final Blades. Color me *deeply* intrigued.

I'd say the new ruler of Taldor is a pretty big lore change

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waynemarkstubbs wrote:
Rysky wrote:

You tell wrong. Like a lot.

Also I highly doubt you’ve never heard of Critical Role before.

As for “this blog did not explain anything”:

First part of the blog wrote:

Paizo has teamed up with our friends at Geek and Sundry to produce an 8-episode series for Pathfinder Second Edition!

“Five strangers board a caravan heading to Lastwall, an ancient kingdom watching over the grave of a long dead menace. Signed up as conscripts in the army, they face years of training and service, but as smoke begins to rise from the horizon they must come together as friends if they are to have any chance at survival.”

Game Master Jason Bulmahn leads an amazing cast of adventurers into the heart of darkness every Tuesday from 4-7 p. Pacific. Your #KnightsOfEverflame are:

So maybe try reading the actual blog before tossing insults just to be edgy?

I read the blogpost thoroughly. Among the things it failed to explain were:

* who or what is Geek and Sundry?
* what is their relationship with Paizo?
* why have Paizo selected them for this promotion?
* what this promotion is meant to bring to the viewer? Rules insight? Lore secrets?
* Why a group of jobbing actors and podcasters are the best people to achieve whatever it is that this is attempting to achieve? We got a lot of info about their CV and nothing about their experience of Pathfinder or Pathfinder 2nd ed.
* What exactly they will be doing in these videos that is so special that they merit the title “cast” rather than “players”. Assuming they are playing a game. Which is not explicitly stated.

Geek & Sundry is a massive multi-million dollar entertainment company started by Felicia Day with emphasis on Nerd Culture. They have had several actual play roleplaying streams the last few years. Notably they launched Critical Role several years ago, which in turn became even bigger than they expected and split off into its own company. If you hadn't heard of Geek & Sundry before, I'm a bit surprised, but understand that twitch media isn't for everyone.

Their relationship with Paizo is that as previously stated, they are a massive Nerd Culture entertainment company with several hit roleplaying games, and friends throughout the industry. Most of their recent live plays, including Critical Role, have been DND 5E, so introducing fans to a new edition of Pathfinder is something new and different for them, and a big win for Paizo.

What this promotion brings to the viewer is an audience that is already interested in Role Playing Games but maybe not knowledgeable about Pathfinder. It will be thousands of people's introduction to the game and will be a glimpse into how the new ruleset works for those of us familiar with 1E.

Nearly everyone in the world has the same experience with Pathfinder 2E, which is to say, none. A handful of us have our books from early shipping, but most of us won't see the rules until Thursday. What actors bring that regular players may not, is a different skill set, where they can portray a character better than most casual roleplayers. Pretending to be other people is literally their job, and they're quite good at it.

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davrion wrote:
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I don't see it as a false dichotomy at all. The people that would have to write the blog posts do have other jobs to do as well

It's not "people" writing the mini blogs, it's Mark. Has he been writing these other blogs being posted? He usually has his name at the bottom of his posts, and I haven't seen that in any of the recent blogs posts. He's likely busy with other things, but I don't think the reason you provided has anything to do with this issue.

Cori Marie wrote:
I absolutely get that minis are super important for you. I do. But for many of us we'd rather see new information about the new edition. In Pathfinder every player does need access to the Core Rulebook,because there is no separate Player's Handbook like in DND. Whether that's a copy of their own, or using someone else's, you can't build a character without one. And again, minis are not required. Other options include Pawns, Tokens, paper minis, or just using a dry erase board. I'd also like to reiterate that minis and pawns are largely edition agnostic. Any mini or pawn you already own is still usable. Nobody is going to slap your hand and say "That's a first edition mini!"

We get that there is high interest in PF2 and the new rulebook as people decide whether to invest the money in getting the new book. However, we are concerned with buying a product that costs around TEN times the price of that book. I'd wager most of us don't wish to spend that amount of money blindly (via our subscription) without knowing what's going to be in the set. Is that being unreasonable?

We all understand there is an enormous effort around the PF2 launch. We just want to make sure the PF Battles communication doesn't get lost in all of the chaos.

Contrary to popular belief, Mark is indeed a person, and does indeed have other duties in the company than just writing blog posts. My point is mostly that if a release of the mini's lines does less than expected sales, it's not going to ruin the company as a whole. If the rulebook relaunch does less than expected, that's it, no more books, and no more minis.

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DropBearHunter wrote:
Cori Marie wrote:
I'd much rather read blog posts about the new rules and setting changes than about the minis

that’s a false dichotomy

the blogs page shows me the last 4 entries, yesterday we had 3 new blogposts, thursday none.
it’s no problem to have two entries on a day without burying a day old entry.

and if those had started early enough to show the set with only 3 or 4 minis per post, the blog would have been short enough not to monopolize on attention too much.

the longer the wait worse it gets, worst case is a single info dump on the last day.

I don't see it as a false dichotomy at all. The people that would have to write the blog posts do have other jobs to do as well, and again, the new core books are a much higher priority to feature. I'm not sure what you're looking at, but there have been blog posts every day.

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Cori Marie wrote:

A Core Rulebook is required to play. Minis are not. There are also pawns or paper minis. There's imagination (the first campaign I ever finished used zero miniatures, and we did just fine). 100% of a Core Rulebook's $60 goes to Paizo, while not all of the mini sales do. The rulebooks are absolutely more important to the business than the minis, and with the edition change, they are going to take priority.

Pawns and minis are also largely rules agnostic, in that they can be used for a multitude of systems. My Bestiary box will still work as I move to second edition.

This answer shows me that you don't get it at all.

I said i know that the CRB is more important.
I played years without minis back in the 80s, that is not how it's done today and Pathfinder is not playable without.
Not every player has & needs a CRB (that's what "Player Handbooks" are for), but every player needs a character mini.

But i already made my points and don't want to argue anymore.

Pathfinder Battles are in a rough spot now imo & it is not going to get better in the forseeable future as it seems.

I absolutely get that minis are super important for you. I do. But for many of us we'd rather see new information about the new edition. In Pathfinder every player does need access to the Core Rulebook,because there is no separate Player's Handbook like in DND. Whether that's a copy of their own, or using someone else's, you can't build a character without one. And again, minis are not required. Other options include Pawns, Tokens, paper minis, or just using a dry erase board. I'd also like to reiterate that minis and pawns are largely edition agnostic. Any mini or pawn you already own is still usable. Nobody is going to slap your hand and say "That's a first edition mini!"

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A Core Rulebook is required to play. Minis are not. There are also pawns or paper minis. There's imagination (the first campaign I ever finished used zero miniatures, and we did just fine). 100% of a Core Rulebook's $60 goes to Paizo, while not all of the mini sales do. The rulebooks are absolutely more important to the business than the minis, and with the edition change, they are going to take priority.

Pawns and minis are also largely rules agnostic, in that they can be used for a multitude of systems. My Bestiary box will still work as I move to second edition.

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Rysky wrote:

I'm pretty sure Paizo would want nothing more than to showcase the minis earlier and more often so they can have more buyers for them.

But when it comes to their actual flagship product vs a licensed product, there's no contest between what gets showcased first.

Especially when the flagship product is undergoing an edition change. I'd much rather read blog posts about the new rules and setting changes than about the minis

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I love how entwined with Tyrant's Grasp both of Jason's campaigns are.

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Aenigma wrote:

I have always thought that Sorshen is the queen of New Thassilon. But this post implied that Belimarius and Sorshen are co-rulers of New Thassilon. Seems like they somehow agreed to unify their two countries into one. What a wonderful friendship!

Is the woman with red hair King Thira? I thought Ulfen have blond or gray hair. Maybe Sveinn married a Taldan woman? Also she doesn't seem like old enough to be Sveinn's daughter. Shouldn't she be his granddaughter?

Is the mammoth rider a human or an orc? He seems like an orc to me because his skin looks green.

I have never heard of Ostog before, yet it seems that some people have already known his existence. Was he mentioned in First Edition?

Ostog was Erik Mona's character in James Jacobs' campaign. He was first made canon in the NPC Guide.

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My article isn't ready yet, but there is video from my table of interviewers. My question is the second one: CRY FOR ME ARGENTINA

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I literally went from the interviews to the press room and just cried into a free danish for 45 minutes immediately after

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Rysky, I've been a mess for two days now. I keep reading the transcript of the interview and I start bawling all over again

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Oh boy, guys. You're in for a treat when I get the interviews published later this week. Let's just say I had a very, VERY emotional moment with Nicole, and it was followed up by her referencing my question in the panel later that day, which resulted in me sobbing in the back of a crowded panel room.

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I blame cosmo for the TSA

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I think it's more akin to the Injustice suit than the New 52 suit tbh. I interview the cast on Saturday morning, so stay tuned!

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Damn Rysky breaking the economy with free hugs.

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Zaister wrote:
So, who will be the first to get his hands on the actual Core Rulebook?

Jason Bulmahn

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John Ryan 783 wrote:
I am up to date on the pdfs, so I was suprised when my email told me the pdfs were downloadable. They weren't of course, but that doesn't bother me. The bigger confusion is that the email says my package has shipped, yet also says that it will ship before the 2nd.

The email generates when the labels for your box(es) are printed. Usually this means it will be going out that day or the next, but sometimes things happen, so they put the end of their shipping period as the deadline for it to actually happen

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