Borderland Province is nice to have if you want your PC to travel teh EastReach Province where RA is. Cyclopean deeps I think is not necessary as you will find enough crawling for a PC lifetime or rather multiple PC short lifetime.
Have a nice time with Rappan Athuk and go down the well!
Other will tell you not to go down the well... don't know why ;)
Also, a small thread derail since I think the people who will come here may know..
I remember seeing Something last year about an adventure path in the Lost Land but, if I remember corectly, it was to be done by another compagny rather than FGG. It was realy Something that interested me but never heard about it since then.
Someone know about it and can point me in the right direction?
With Paizo mooving from PF to PF2 ans 5e being verry popular. I think making their LostLand CS system neutral is the best option available and as someone who will stick with PF I'm realy glad they choose to make it that way.
Also backed for physical copy as soon as it went online, the System neutral made it a no brainer.
If you play on roll20, look for the digital maps they released last year. I use them on roll20 and it's great, i'm glad to not be forced to map this huge thing.
For the player, yes they should know it's Deadly and they must have a replacement PC ready. My player went to deep to fast and now are trying to find their way up without a TPK, all the original group have been replaced in the process except a weak NPC that map for them that they manage to keep alive.
Mark, thanks for the preview. I think they look good and while I usualy don't want more humans, I exclude those who work well in units like those as they are always usefull in large number. Bonus point they will match with the other Iomedean (sp?) knight/soldiers from previous sets. Will we have an unmounted version of the general? It's great, when use for a PC, to have both versions of the same figure for mounted/unmounted use.
I realy like the empyrean angel and I can't wait to see how it will turn in real.
Looking foward for the remaining of the set lineup, it's a good start!
I agree with Steve, the weapon are great, they made me use spiritual weapon a lot last weekend and the wall look realy good on the battlemap, unlike a line of marker, its impossible to forgot the wall is active.
Both set are highly recommended and I hope Wizzkids are not done with this kind of products.
I'm also in for a case for sure.
In the past it was a case of PF Battle and 2 or 3 brick of Icons of the realms. I will probably switch this in favor of Icons for the early 2019 releases.
I think the absence of blog hurt. More so after a not so good set like the last. In the past I would have bought a case without knowing what was in the set.. but I'm not as confident now.
In fact I'm not yet done unboxing my cae of Kingmaker...
Like others have said, more monster and less humanoid(the common one) would be more appealing...And the next Icons of the realms seems to go that way... and the huges are a bonus.
When I know what's in the next set I may change my mind and go for a case, but I'll wait to see.
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It is set in the Lost Lands! and I had not heard about this AP until now. The blog didn't mention when the first volume launch? Was it a KickStarter or simply a product we can order when it's released? Also is's not the subject of this thread but still quite of interest, Jason, if you open a new thread in 3pp sub I think I'm not the only one interested and some like me may have this Under the radar and missed it
OneNote for my campaign note with Herolab files for my encounters. I also use Herolab Combat console for initiative tracking.
Each of my players have access in my OneNote and I have a GM section that is lock by password. They use it to keep track of intel, the common treasure and also what items they let at the base. Some of them opened tab for their character and post art showint the PC. They also have a memorial section for dead PC. When they find a map I copy it from the GM section to the map section.
With the cloud, I can work on my game evrywhere.
So, paper doesn't show at the table anymore...
I like to read the forewords. Even more when I read again an older adventure, it give a good idea how the developer think at the time, what was the context...
If its for more adventure content, its not all bad as I like long path..
Maybe a good compromise would be in 1st and last volume? Set up foreword ans wrap up..?
A couple of poster mention the ads at the end and I think its not as crazy as it seems to remove them... I understant Paizo want to promote other line, but specifically for the adventure path, the target market is mostly GM or collectors who I think know well what products exist in the other lines. Maybe I'm wrong.
I use small rubber bands that I "stole" from my daughters. You can get a 200-300 bag for a couple of dollars and there's enough colors.
It's easy to see color on the base, nothing permanent (but generaly stay a while if I wish to use the minis on more than one session). Also they fit on medium and large base. For small base I found smaller one that fit.
I'll stick with PF1. Too much money(books and HeroLab) and time invested as well as options for a lifetime. Same thing for Adventure path and modules, I have 2 groups and can run them forever. We are all near or over 40 and the majority don't want to learn all again, some haven't catch some basic rules after 10 years...
As a GM, I think my player prefer to keep it as it is and I have a load of adventures I'd like to run that I already own that I wouldnt have to convert.
As a player, each time I make a new PC I play it for 2-3 years, so I'm not near to have tried all that I'd like in PF1
That said, I will probably buy the PF2 CRB out of curiosity and see what it is, and I may add I'm preaty sure it will be well done. For futur AP, il continue to get each new one as I like reading them for the story. If I like an AP so much that it's what I want to run, I will probably convert it to PF1. Same thing for Campaign settings, I like them for the lore and will continue to get them, with maybe the exception of the more mechanic oriented ones.
I understand why Paizo is doing that move and like I said, I'm sure it will be great but I'm not changing and while not perfect I still enjoy PF1 a lot as do my players.
For case I buy trough my flgs(canada). The total cost is a bit less than when I order it (order+shiping+custom).
For individual minis, I tend to limit my order just shy of 100$ mark as they seem to ignore less than 100$ packages fot custom tax. Maybe it cost more to process these than it pay in tax.
Also I noticed they fully tax books even if they aren't supposed to. There is a way to appeal for a wrong tax fee but I suppose it's not worth the time and efforts it takes.
Thank you Oliver. I sure know about the blog as I eagerly await each monday blog. For the tiger it was an unreveled mini that I was happy to see.
Mark your blog are great and realy entertaining. Looking foward for the nexts. Near the release will you do blog with pictures of actuals mini? I would be great to read/see.
auto failed will save for me...
will it be released with a main set of random mini called Fallen Star or it's the name of the ship taken form the famous sea and it will be stand alone as Orcus, or the Collossal red?
Thank you Marco fo sharing this.
In others news it seems like a lot of time passed since we eard about Monster Menagerie 3
I use colored elastic rubber bands of my daughters. It's like 2$ for 300.
I just put it around bases (mini in my case but works the same for pawns) when facing multiple oponents of the same kind. Now it's easy to keep track of blue orc HP or red orc turn. I put the color in the creature name in Herolab to make the combat manager easy to track.