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It shouldn't even be hard to get out of said contract, because an extension that is not signed by both parties can't be binding

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Ninja Division has no incentive to help us, and at this point I'd say no incentive to listen to Paizo either. They got our money, and shoved their obligations onto Archon and now are just ignoring the world.

Paizo did not get your money. I understand you're frustrated by Ninja, but Paizo is working to try to get you something after Ninja failed to deliver. Paizo is out in this endeavor too, but you refuse to see that.

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I'm not saying he's a greater threat, just a more interesting one, really. Trigon mostly just bores me, though it was nice to see his full demon form in the premiere.

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Yeah, not in the show (yet), but in comics Dawn's sister Holly becomes the second Hawk.

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I'm really enjoying the second season. They seem to have learned from the first season's mistakes. The hair for both Raven and Starfire are better this year, and Donna having a much more active role in this season is great. Also Deathstroke > Trigon

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The Lost Omens WG is not geared more for players than GMs. Each region has 12 pages. Two of those pages are player options. Ten are GM background.
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But the case can be made that even the GM background material is useful player information. I don't recall seeing too many GM only secrets in that book.

Right. "Player Options" [mechanics] is not identical to "geared for players".

Big picture setting info which most people would reasonably know in-setting (or could easily discover without special access) is "geared for players", while "secret plots and agendas" are setting info that players shouldn't know but could appear in GM-focused setting product.

I honestly don't see it "Geared" toward either. If your GM doesn't have a basic knowledge of the setting, they're also not doing a great job...

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Asgetrion wrote:

Totally messed up the formatting, but didn't notice it at first because I continued watching Knights of Everflame right after hitting "Reply". I'm re-posting my reply to Marco; sorry about "spamming", guys, but just couldn't delete the earlier post anymore.

I feel for you, Marco! I pre-ordered this book at my FLGS, and I got the last copy they received. However, my FLGS has never received their order of Deluxe/Special Edition core rulebooks; they have sold out two batches of the "regular" core rulebook, which I couldn't afford at this point (I've already spent something like 1000 euros on Paizo stuff in a couple of months, including quite a hefty sum on minis). Ergo, I have the Lost Omens World Guide and Deluxe/Special Edition Bestiary, but not the core rulebook!

This has not killed my interest in 2nd Edition, I'm just as excited about it as in July, if not even more! But it's a bit annoying to wait for a relatively expensive book (88 euros at my FLGS) that it floating somewhere in Limbo and nobody can apparently say when it will eventually appear. It's not Paizo's fault, though; it's likely the distributor has messed up.

(BTW, my FLGS is still waiting for the Druma : Profit and Prophecy book as well; which means I haven't got it yet either. It's likely in that same Limbo with the core rulebook...)

Thanks, Asgetrion.

I hope you'll get your CRB & Druma CS asap.
The thing is, we have a few players who know Golarion pretty well, but most don't.
The old "Inner Sea Guide" had lots of information a 1st level character wouldn't have access to as it was mostly a GM book (that's what the "Inner Sea something Players Companion" was good for).

The Lost Omens World Guide seems to be much lighter on spoiler information and more geared towards players than GMs.
It also seems to allow a player to select a homeland flavor for his character in form of feats.
To not have access to something so basic for the start of a new edition seems bad for the...

The Lost Omens WG is not geared more for players than GMs. Each region has 12 pages. Two of those pages are player options. Ten are GM background.

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Charles Scholz wrote:

I missed this subscription.

Is the Critical Hit Deck the first item on the list?

It's not there were several launch items (GM Screen, Combat Pad, Condition Cards and the Character Sheet pack)

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Why do posts have little pluses to favorite something, but no minuses to show displeasure?

There are if you like it first

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While there aren't any new novels yet, there are a bunch of web fictions that have been going up in regards to the 2E world.

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I think Marco might have been saying that it's the last one his group is getting for awhile.

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And now I'm sad I didn't read this before commissioning the art of my Worldwound crusader. That pendant is such a beautiful touch of lore.

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Zaister wrote:
I do not like this kind of calculations, because it seems to imply the lore content is basically worthless.

Oh I absolutely agree with you. I bought this book for the lore, the art, and least importantly, the options. I was just trying to point out that there were more options available than in a Player Companion geared to the same audience

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And what one needs changes from character to character and player to player.

And again it will depend on the pacing as well, Lost Omens is going to be slower than the previous lines, which were every month.

You're under the impression the it's cheaper due to frequemxy, but if you didn't buy every book previously, then you aren't saving any money now
You are unless you only bought one book the entire run of P1.
My PFS character only needed 3. I only pkayed the first 6 levels or so, but in total ahe cost me $35 ish, which is only enough for one book in the new run.

Just did some counting: Inner Sea Primer ($7.99 for the PDF) has 72 traits. Traits provide about 1/2 of what a background does for Second Edition. It also has three archetypes (all of which also require the Inner Sea World Guide, a discounted $9.99 PDF), and three Wizard subschools. That is a total of 75 options for the $7.99, or 78 if you also got the World Guide.

On the other hand the Lost Omens World Guide has 73 backgrounds (or basically the equivalent of 146 traits), 10 archetypes, 11 new items, 1 new feat, 1 new spell. For a total of 98 player options.

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Thomas Seitz wrote:

I'm not sure THAT's accurate since I'm still a little miffed with Grant Morrison in places for X-men...

But I stand by Damien as Devil Batman.

I like Steph as Batgirl...but I always felt if it came to a fight between her and Cassandra, Cassandra would win hands down.

Sure, fighting skillwise Cassandra beats everyone in the Batfamily, including Bruce. The only person in the ancillary Batfamily that gives her a fight would be Dinah. But favorites aren't determined by who can beat up who, I prefer Steph's vibrance and personality, and her sheer gumption.

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Apparently all of my post got eaten somehow. I don't think it's fair to compare the monopoly that is Diamond Comics Distribution to RPG publishing. ALL comics companies have to use Diamond to distribute their books. Therefore a lot of the ordering process for stores is controlled by Diamond (order so many copies of this book to get a variant cover is an example) and it's harder to return damaged or otherwise unsellable comics because of the monopoly. Vic can correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't believe the RPG industry as a whole or even Paizo specifically are as reliant on a single distributer like the comics industry is.

Context: I am a freelance comic journalist with deep knowledge on how the industry works, including the problems with Diamond.

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Personally Steph is my favorite Batgirl actually. I loved her series so much, and it still means the world to me, especially the Supergirl team up issue.

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They're sold out right now, but going back for a second printing!

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Hunters Moon wrote:

I didn't put any words in anyone's mouth, again read what I wrote please. "I have yet to meet anyone..." meaning anyone I have interacted with up to this point. That's just relating experience, nothing more.

And again, the print run selling out, like I stated before with the comic book industry, is a falsehood. Selling product to a brick and mortar store, doesn't mean the product moves to customers. It means the STORE has the product. If a store doesn't see the product move past that, they won't reorder the same amount again. Which will mean Paizo doesn't make as much money. Amazon undercuts Paizo....that's considered undercutting?

And again, people are trying to buy it online and not able to because Amazon is out of stock. Paizo is out of stock. Other retailers that offer online purchase, out of stock. Brick and mortar stores don't sell through as fast in general, but it has been a run away success despite your anecdotal evidence.

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Hunters Moon wrote:

The Lost Omens World Guide is only 136 pages.

Amazon.ca has the print copy book listed at $48.80....

Paizo will bury itself with their actions, and honestly let them. It is their choice for overpricing product, with little in it. I have yet to meet one person, that has looked inside the book, and gone "OMG that's amazing for that price!". Actually the complete opposite, including the store owners and managers.
Having the rules available online for free, is another reason NOT to purchase this. By your example, if there are only 25 pages of rules, why for any reason would I spend $25 on the pdf? Or $40+ for a print copy? For what, fluff and world building, which if you check that within the pages, is sparse, with more art included.
Now people have pushed back, stating that art is just as equal to any written content. Fine by me, we will see in time just how much money Paizo is making from this type of business plan, and how soon they drop the amount they are selling books of this size. Paizo only held the #1 spot over D&D for a short number of years, currently they are ranked #5 in overall sales. The next quarter, and ones after that, will tell the tale. (Star Wars is outselling it, as is Vampire!)

Hi *waves* I have gone "OMG that's amazing for that price!" Way to put words in everyone's mouth. The print run selling out is whats affecting Amazon's pricing, but that's too simple a reason for it to be above what Paizo was charging, isn't it? Nevermind that Amazon almost ALWAYS undercuts the Paizo price.

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It depends on how we're judging them. If we're judging full career and not just time spent as Robin, my #1 is Dick. If we are just judging the Robin part of their career, my #1 is Tim.

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And here's my interview with Bendis

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I dunno, I could see them killing off Deadshot at this point. Especially since Will Smith isn't coming back for the next movie.

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Legion continuity is my jam *points at link above*

The LAST Time Trapper was seen in Legion of Three Worlds, and that version most definitely had a reason to be worked up about Superman. He was A Superman. Superboy Prime grew up to be the Time Trapper, and then wrote himself back out of continuity at the same time.

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They've had cohesive continuity several times, just because it's later retconned doesn't mean it wasn't cohesive at the time.

Speaking of retcons: My first piece for ComicsBeat went live last week.

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It's never even actually 60 seconds. Usually less than 30.

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Alanis Morissette wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:

Redacted 1: [With no leader,] we've devolved into cannibalism.

Redacted 2: It's been one minute!
I saw One Minute to Cannibalism back in '15 at Red Rocks. They opened for 30 Seconds to Mars... and then they ate them.

If only, then we wouldn't have Jared Leto anymore and the world would be better for it

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Has shipping started today as planned?

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Oh man that was a really quick sell out!

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I got one spoiler on who it ISN'T.

Spoiler:
He confirmed it is NOT Lois

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Just got to talk to Bendis for 20 minutes about Event Leviathan. Looking forward to publishing that interview.

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Dunno, that's part of this mystery

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I don't know if I trust the Doomsday Clock is a year in the future timeline anymore, Grey. That's how it was originally meant to play out, yeah, but it was also supposed to wrap up November of 2018 too, and it won't even actually wrap up until after November of 2019

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Robert Brookes wrote:

Wasn't there supposed to be a map of the whole world in this?

All I'm seeing are lower-res version of the massive high-res maps that were originally in this thread as fan creations:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Pathfinder_RPG/comments/85wy7j/i_made_a_giant_map_ of_golarion/

The world map is in the Core Rulebook

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Damon Griffin wrote:
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As to the Legion, the latest issue of Superman clarified why the Legion wants Jon.
I was toying with having a look at Legion, but I'm not currently reading Superman. If you wouldn't mind spoiling that for me...?

Sure thing!

Superman #14 spoilers:
Jon and Clark prevent an intergalactic war with peace talks, and Jon proposes that they form a United Planets, similar to the United Nations system on Earth. The Legion appears to tell Jon that they are honored to meet the founder of the United Planets, and would like to show him the future he helped create.

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Thomas Seitz wrote:

Cori,

I think you meant Vic's protege, Renee Montoya...but otherwise yes.

A-zombie,

I can't speak to ALL of it, but the Darkstars are apparently replacing the Green Lanterns BECAUSE Hal Jordan screwed up time...again.

I'm holding off on any judgment on Legion until after Bendis explains why they need Jonathan Kent and not Connor.

Nope, I said what I said ;) Both Renee and Vic have been mentioned in the solicits, and you may want to take a peak at Wednesday's issue to see why.

As to the Legion, the latest issue of Superman clarified why the Legion wants Jon. Also, Connor was never really a Legionnaire (except for two issues during the Johns Titans run and one issue of Legion of Three Worlds), so if any Super other than Jon, I'd want it to be Kara.

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I think that question was meant to be if she hadn't been redeemed and was still a demon lord in second edition, what would her four 2E domains be?

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First edition Campaign Setting Book pdfs were 64 pages for $15.99. This is 136 pages for $25.99. Now, I'm not a math major, but my handy dandy calculator tells me that 15.99/64 is almost 25 cents a page and that 25.99/136 is slightly more than 19 cents a page. Seems like the second edition book is actually a better deal, but maybe facts don't actually matter...
Facts totally matter, where did I mention at all that the 1E Campaign Books weren't total rip offs also? I was only dealing with 2E material, since 1E is long done with.

This post tells me you have an agenda and it doesn't matter what Paizo says, so I guess you wasted all of our time.

You realize D&D makes you get three books just to start, without the benefits of a PDF.

The only digital options I see are buying the books for Virtual Table Tops or DND Beyond, and looking specifically at the "Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide" which seems like the most comparable product, its $39.95 in print or $29.99 on DND Beyond. So a 25% discount compared to Pathfinder's 30% discount, and forgive me if I'm wrong but DND Beyond only gives you the rules content and not any of the art, right?

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First edition Campaign Setting Book pdfs were 64 pages for $15.99. This is 136 pages for $25.99. Now, I'm not a math major, but my handy dandy calculator tells me that 15.99/64 is almost 25 cents a page and that 25.99/136 is slightly more than 19 cents a page. Seems like the second edition book is actually a better deal, but maybe facts don't actually matter...

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As to Vic, the Many Deaths book is a Black Label book, so not tied to continuity. However, if you want to see what's going on with him in canon, check out the Lois Lane series

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The 2nd Edition Bestiary is our dragon format going forward. We'll have plenty of room for dragon flavors.

The Dragon format is changing from the first bestiary? How will it be different?

No the format changed from the 1st Edition Bestiaries to the 2nd Edition Bestiaries.

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Are you talking about Far Sector? Because we really don't know anything about the GL in that book yet? She looks humanoid, but she's definitely not from Earth, because the point of that book is that it's on the other side of the universe.

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Kinda want to play a Leshy druid, not gonna lie

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And while it's not an AP, it's not really a home campaign either, as it's still going to be canon for the setting whatever happens, I believe

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GM PDK wrote:
For those of us who have never been on the Paizo Twitch or YouTube channels what do you all recommend as a starting point for fine viewing?

Depends on what you'd like to watch. If you want an actual play campaign, Oblivion Oath is great. If you want Pathfinder stuff, pick a Pathfinder Friday with a topic that interests you. If you like Starfinder stuff, pick a Starfinder Wednesday. For Convention panels, I love the Secrets of Golarion panels the most.

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Franz Lunzer wrote:
I'm still waiting on them producing an actual beach ball Golarion Globe.
I don't know about a beach ball, but I'd buy a Golarion desktop globe. Sadly the demand for this is exceedingly small, so any such globes created would likely all be custom. While there are places online to make digital globes with custom maps I've yet to find one that will make such a physical globe.
I would love having a small one on my desk. What a great conversation piece.

A few years ago Target had a chalkboard globe they sold for Graduation. I bought one and used metallic sharpies to draw the old poor quality map of the world on it. IKEA currently has black globes available that could be used for the same purpose. I may try printing the map out large enough to do that.

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Marco Massoudi wrote:
Cori Marie wrote:
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.

It was advertized in the original product description and in the original blog post showcasing the book.

Can somebody please explain why the Golarion World map wasn't included and when IT's going to be released?

I don't mind paying extra for it as a map folio or something, but changing the description less than one week before street date and not explaining why the change was made and when it is going to be available is a bad decision.
This book has been printed and in stock for a while, not telling customers about the change, but changing a few words a few days before release could frankly said be seen as a deception.

EDIT:
I also don't understand the decision, as this book is advertized as a WORLD GUIDE and not as an "Inner Sea" guide as the first edition version was in it's two versions.
This is a Bad decision by Paizo imo and it should be corrected asap.

Its in the core rulebook. So actually got released before this book. Have at it.

Telling me to look into a years old product, which i own since it came out is not the kind of class i expect from a Paizo employee.

I know about that map of course, but it is very rough and James Jacobs said (i don't know where exactly), that a new map was planned for this book.
Again, it's not a problem if things don't work out sometimes, but it would be nice to be told about such changes in a timely manner and not just to quietly change a product description a few days before release date.
Thank you.

A. I'm not a Paizo employee, just an avid enthusiast of their product.

B. I was not talking about a years old product. I was talking about the Second Edition Core Rulebook. The one that came out less than a month ago. The map in question can be found on page 418, complete with four globe spins to show how it rotates.

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It's very easy, they're both awesome.

D'awww

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Which of the mega dungeons from Dungeons of Golarion would you love to tackle most?

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Seriously, the comic library is immense. If it is on Comixology and is not from within the last year, it's on DC Univere (caveat no Vertigo other than Swamp Thing, Animal Man and Doom Patrol, sadly)

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Grumpus wrote:

So wait, is there any sort of poster map at all included?

I was told that this is $2 more than the other Lost Omens books specifically because of the "giant two-sided poster map depicting the heart of the Pathfinder setting."
Can anyone who has received a hard copy confirm if there is a map inside?

There is a map. It's two sided of the Inner Sea Region. I don't think they ever planned a poster of the whole world, but they did plan to include the same map that is in the Core Rulebook, probably in the chapter that covers the rest of the world and the other planets and planes.

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