Corwynn Maelstrom's page

Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber. Organized Play Member. 87 posts. No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 7 Organized Play characters.

1 person marked this as a favorite.
Pathfinder Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

Orders 7942150 and 7962269 are pending and need to be merged so they will ship when everything is ready. Once they've been properly merged I can update the payment method so they're ready to go when everything is in stock. Thanks in advance!

1 person marked this as a favorite.
Pathfinder Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

My latest order should have activated 4 subscriptions (it even says it did, and three are showing next to my name here), but I am missing the Pathfinder Accessories sub in my account. (As such I can't turn on the Pathfinder Society Scenarios free sub.) The products were listed in the pending order (Screen, Char Pack, Combat Pad, Cond Deck) so that should be fine...I hope. I just need my account to actually reflect that I have a Pathfinder Accessories sub.

Additionally, in spite of the fact that I selected the Lost Omens World Guide as my starting product, the system is telling me that I will be shipped the final P1 Campaign volume. Please adjust this so that I don't receive anything until the Lost Omens World Guide.

Thanks for your time.

4 people marked this as a favorite.
Pathfinder Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

For our Starfinder Society games on Fantasy Grounds, GM Talwynor and I repurposed the Pathfinder Society Inventory Tracking Sheet. It's got a new logo, a bit of a different (slightly more "modern") font treatment, the elimination of charged items from tracking, and an additional notes field wherein anything interesting and relevant to the character's gear can be easily recorded. (And, of course, it is a form-fillable PDF.)

As characters begin to level up after 1st, this tracking becomes more relevant to our brave SFS pioneers. (My own Professor Zoom will be level 2 after Tuesday, so I needed to nail down his starting equipment!) I figured there's no sense in NOT sharing the work.

Please feel free to download the inventory tracker and pass it around. The sheet is available at the following shortlink:

Goblin Squad Member

I'm sure you'll all miss me terribly as I go back to doing what I actually do for a living (writing for pay, not forum points) but as I step back and wait for the next step of crowdforging (which I hope will be broadcast to all goblin squad members and not just carried out in secret on these forums where there's a subset of folks active on a daily basis) I do have a couple of things to say which I sincerely hope some of you will read and take to heart.

First off, no matter how much you think you want the game to happen and be good, there are others whose opinions you do not agree with who want it just as much or more. The fact of the matter is that on these forums the "toe the line" folks are over-represented. In the past that might have meant I took up residence as the "opposition party" but I simply don't have time for that beyond the short burst I've delivered in the past day.

Secondly, all you folks who live and breathe the atmosphere here: your displays of arrogance and intolerance of new faces is going to damage the game. I've seen in just a single day dozens of slams delivered to people coming in as a result of the Kickstarter campaign. Expectations that people will have read all the blogs (I have, coincidentally, read the majority of them . . . but that's NOT typical) and will thus know absolutely everything and if they do not, well, they're to be crucified.

Third, every time you try to hush a dissenting voice you don't necessarily get closer to a better product. You probably will get a more homogenized one though. Remember that as crowdforging starts.

For those of you with social problems (a few of the most rabid of fanboy voices here clearly lack the ability to turn a phrase without sounding like an ass) I'd strongly suggest that you read every post three times before committing it. Put yourself in the shoes of the person you are writing to. Consider if the way in which you are quoting them and the words you are using to respond to them are really the way in which you personally would appreciate hearing things. Because honestly, most people aren't as thick-skinned as I am. They're unlikely to give back what you've dealt out. They'll simply pack up and leave.

And that's not what the game needs.

See you all in due course.