I tried to order a couple of pdfs this afternoon and wasn't able to. It sounds similar to the problem described here: http://paizo.com/threads/rzs2tj30?Purchasing-broken
I also tried to add a payment independent of the ordering process, but even though it said "payment added", it wasn't.
(Also, there's a UI issue: when I tried to add the payment on my MacBook, the address selecting popup didn't scroll down, so I could only choose my default address as the payment address -- which is the right address, modulo preferred vs real name)
Thanks for you help!
I'm mainly just thinking out loud here, so take what's useful, and ignore the rest (IAALBJST*). I hope it helps you come up with a cool name.
"Belenus" is (unfortunately in this context) about the opposite of "harsh and guttural",
* l and n are practically vowels (sonorant consonants), so the first thing I'd do is swap them for a "t" or "d": Betedus or Betetus, for example. (That's a pretty standard linguistic change. It might be where the "t" in Beltane comes from, but I don't actually know)
* people are lazy and like to rush speech, and Kellid names (as above) are usually only 2 syllables, so I'd swquash the middle syllables together, because they're so similar: Betus
* that final "s" is pretty anti-climactic, so I'd swap that out too. It "should" also shift to a "t" or "d", but we already have too many, so I'd shift to "g" or "k", for variety: Betuk I chose "k", because it's "harsher" than "g" (voiceless vs voiced stops)
"Betuk" doesn't really sound like "Belenus" any more, but you'd know the origin.
HTH and thanks for giving me a Wednesday morning brainteaser!
* I AM a linguist**, but just spitballing this.
Mythic Evil Lincoln wrote:
You know, against certain backdrops, her cloak reads as white and gold.
Actually to me, in the PDF it reads blue and the in the hardcover it reads purple. They're probably more similar than I can perceive, but happen fall on different sides of my blue/purple line.
My heart jumped into my throat when I saw the book version and I was surrounded by blue fabric. :)
You can pull some information out of this thread, about trade goods: http://paizo.com/threads/rzs2oe8t?Trade-Routes-and-Trade-Goods-in-Golarion. It has some of what you're looking for (if you extrapolate grapes from wine, for example) and some suggestions of where to find the information.
Sorry I couldn't point you to a more concrete source.
Yes. One side has a red gem and the other doesn't. The 2 images are the front and back.
Thanks Tim. That all makes sense.
Is a Weal or Woe allowed to be built from NPCs who are named in a Paizo product, but not fleshed out? The NPCs who are just described as "Bob, the level 3 commoner who owns the tavern in Sothis", but don't have anything more than that. Or are they 'off-limits' because Paizo might have something planned for them down the line?
Baba Yaga FTW!
or Shelyn! :)
There's nothing wrong with changing the costume slightly, so you're comfortable with it. If you left off the slit in the top, it'll still look like her, and make you more comfortable. Same with the leg slits and the decolletage, only make them as deep as you want.
And since you mentioned budget/yardage constraints, nothing's cheaper than muslin or thrift store sheets.
'Shifting Sands' has Muminofrah, but she wears less than Shelyn.
Good Luck and Have Fun!
I backed the KS and did the print pack add on. I thought I had gone through the pledge claiming and account transfer to Goblinworks. But I may have missed a step or a deadline.
This morning the Emerald Spire print edition is showing up (I didn't add it) in my shopping cart with a $30 charge.
Did I mess up with the pledge somehow?
I just put The Gamers DVD in my side cart, and it has the ominous looking description "This item will ship with a future subscription shipment:".
My other side cart item says it'll ship with my next subscription.
Is it likely to go out with my June sub? It's a gift, so I want to make sure I get it in time.