Rick Hershey reached out to many of his friends in the industry to put together a bundle totaling 118 products, for the extremely excellent price of $25. That right, 118 products, $25. Value on the individual purchases put this at over $500, so this is a great deal, filled with excellent material. LINK
Just for the sake of easing the listing of what is all involved, the following comprises what is contained:
Legends of Steel - Barbarians of Lemuria Edition Reg. price: $15.00
If and as more becomes added to the bundle I will do my best to add them here.
Posted review for the FULL PDF, but I encourage people to get the preview as the full version is not available as of yet. Well done, and the type of tale that could be some of those storyline that a group would talk about for quite a while are the game was done.
Impressive Brian Engard, as well as Rite Publishing for bringing an excellent product to the table.
That's right folks, AAW has jumped in to the deep end with their first Kickstarter offering. A compiled expanded edition of the Rise of the Drow trilogy.
3 time Ennie award winning cartographer Todd Gamble will be bringing with personal touch to the full color gorgeous maps, adding in many new sections as the material expands and grows.
Jonathan Nelson and Stephen Yeardley co-authored a solid, epic storyline and decided to invite along some friends when it was time to revisit the project for an expansion.
With a host of authors on board including Brian Berg, Owen K. C. Stevens, Robert Gruver and Jason Stoffa the sheer weight of new material and sections being added to the trilogy alone are going to provide enough material to fill another 100 pages.
With plans to bring an board familiar names as well as a new fresh faces in regards to art, we'll also got a few surprises in store as to artists we are wanting to work with for this book.
And no, that's not all we have planned my friends...so come check it the campaign, hit us with a million questions, and let's see enjoy this ride together!!!!!!!!!!!
My apologies, as I know I have a decent stack of PDF's awaiting review right now, but I have found myself on the wrong end of illness, and am currently sitting in a hospital, with no clue how long they intend to keep me. The internet access is horrible, to say the least, and my time for laptop play is low as well, so I can give no fair assumption of time at this point for any of the reviews I need to be getting done...hopefully by the end of the week I'll be back at it.
Joshua KTFish7 Gullion
Would really like to know why the tracking number for this order, which according to the email (which I received on the 18th) was expected to ship on the 20th, still isn't valid. I understand there was weather, but my money was taken, which as I understand Paizo doesn't do unless they've shipped the product. Now, I'm twelve days past when I received the email, and I have no book, nor do I have a valid tracking number. I called the customer service number earlier and left a message, but didn't get a response that way either. If the book shipped late because of weather I can understand that, what I don't understand is why the tracking number is invalid, and why I can't seem to get an answer from CS.
Picked up a few books from the scratch and dent section of the site the other night, curious as to how scratched and dented a book might get. They arrived today and I'm amazed at what you guys consider a non-mint book, these are in better shape than some of the books on the shelves at my local game store. Fast turn around and excellent product, you guys never fail to impress. Thank you.