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Please cancel the below subscriptions associated with my account I have already received my October shipment:

I have already sent an email to this effect as well but I wasn't sure whether that was the correct process or if I should cancel through the forum.

Pathfinder Lost Omens
Pathfinder Rulebook
Starfinder Roleplaying Game
Pathfinder Accessories
Pathfinder Society

Thank you for your help.


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Hi I placed an order back on Sept 11 and according to the internal system it shipped on the 17th. However, the tracking info says that the package hasn't even been handed off to UPS or exists in their system. Did something goes sideways with this shipment? The original estimate was 4-8 days from the 17th. We're well past that and I just want to make sure that nothing has gone wrong or to see if I can get updated tracking info.


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I'm interested in subscribing to the Lost Omens Pathfinder subscription line but I already have both the books it offers as your starting book. I was curious, now that the Mwangi Expanse book is out when those options will update? I looking to do several subs as the discount is attractive and I'm getting all these items anyway and the PDFs would be handy, but I'd like to start them all together.


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A ways back my group played Earthdawn for a while when we had gotten a little burned out on second edition AD&D. We played it for a time and enjoyed it overall, but when we eventually jumped back into D&D with 3.0 and through 3.5 and now into Pathfinder one thing we find we really missed from Earthdawn was how it handled magic items.

Magic items were legitimately special. They had a history, the PCs had to form bonds to them, research them and spend resources to unlock new powers and abilities. Now while I know they don’t want this to be the case for every single item they find but they really like the idea of magic items that “grow” with their characters. In fact these items ended up becoming a major portion of the characters identities themselves.

So I was wondering if there is anything out there like this for PF. I know Weapons of Legacy tried something similar to this concept, but I didn't feel it was all that successful. I remember reading some write ups in a Monte Cook sourcebook that also attempted to tackle the subject, also not quite what I was looking for. So my question is has Pathfinder tried anything like this yet? Maybe in a supplement I haven’t pick up or something?

Any advise would be appreciated, even if its just “nope they've never done anything like it” or “They kind of did, but you're going to need to modify it a lot.”


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I am attempting to track down a list of all the current “Goblinoid” type monsters in the current PF releases. Does anyone have any suggestions for an easier way to accomplish this short of leafing through the Bestiaries and other supplements I have? I’ve searched the SRD and “Goblinoid” only brings back two entries. I know the obvious ones, Goblins, Hobgoblins and Bugbears, but it seems like there were quite a few more once upon a time. I know over the course of the editions that the Goblinoids have been pared down, but are we down to only the three? I appreciate any suggestions anyone might have.