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Goblin Squad Member. RPG Superstar 6 Season Dedicated Voter, 7 Season Star Voter. 247 posts (252 including aliases). 2 reviews. 1 list. No wishlists. 1 alias.




WANT
want want wanttety want


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I shall watch these eagerly!


Wonderful!
Very excited to read the whole of this.
I love planar stuff and long for ever more of it.
And Mr. Sutter has thrilled me several times over with both Distant Worlds and City of Strangers. I enjoyed the first Salim novel as well, and this one seems even more enticing.
Am happy, too, we're getting some gay male characters in this. We've come a long ways as a hobby since the days when I got charbroil flamed for starting a thread back on the WotC boards merely inquiring if there *were* any LGBT characters in Forgotten Realms canon. (Shout-out to Elaine Cunningham, btw, who defended my honor, as it were, on said board!)
(May I also take a moment to heartily commend Wes Schneider, and others, for bringing several awesome transgender characters into Golarion? Go, Paizo, go!)

Anyway- looking forward to this novel! Devils and psychopomps ahoy!

~Marcus

Dedicated Voter Season 6, Star Voter Season 7

No one's started this yet? Ok, I guess I'll go...

One big vote for Robert Brookes' On Fertile Ground


NICE!
Good work, Mr. Romine- I enjoy both these two characters, the setting, the influence of the sun and other stars - I look forward to seeing how everything plays out!

~New fan

Dedicated Voter Season 6, Star Voter Season 7

That is all!

Yay!

Feel free to add your own voting milestones (serious or comical).


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So, I really dug Kevin A Murphy's alchemist-in-Galt stories. Like, a ton.
I think I said as much in the comments section back in the day- but in case I didn't- let me repeat: I like them a ton.

Smart, packed full of erudition, beautiful prose, and characters that I actually got sad about. But the stories also had some great 'pulp' action, deft twists and turns.

So- I would like at least one whole Pathfinder novel by him, please.
I'm not picky- it doesn't have to feature the alchemist. Entirely new characters in a relatively unknown Golarion country would be fine by me...

I also liked all of the clever poems Mr. Murphy did for y'all, back in the day!

Have we had a novel with a bard main character yet?

~Marcus


Great stuff!
A strong tale, with a strong ending. Of course, now that it's over, I'm blue...

Ah well.

I know Tim Pratt will deliver!

waiting...
waiting...


Great start, Ari (and James!) - am eager for more.

Ari, I heard you first on - I believe - an SF Signal podcast. Am now eager to check out your Widdershins novel!

Amicably yours,
Marcus


Fantastic story/portrait, Liz!
A pleasure to read!


Fun!

More, please.
Whaddya mean, 'Next week'- ?
Oh, pooh.

~Marcus


Oh man! This story continues to rock so hard.

Excellent work, Erik. I hope you can continue to carve out personal writing time for yourself, in the midst of all your zillion responsibilities. I think you have a responsibility to your art & talent as well, if I may preachify for a moment...


Awesome start, Erik!
Am looking fwd to the rest.

Aebos ftw!


Is this Shensen a spiritual descendent, as it were, of Shensen Tesseril, from the fab Shackled City adventure path? 'Cause that was one rad NPC!

M


PS- Whenever you decide to bring out a L'il Pathfinder Fiction Series: Tales for Tiny Tots,
I willingly offer my services!


Very nice. Well done, sir!

Please add me to any mailing list you might have for your writing.
My full name, one word, at gmail.

>Bows<


Remaining great. Well done, sir!


FANTASTIC!

What a great start- looking fwd to next Wednesday!


All right- you got me. Now what?
~What do you mean, 'wait a week' - ?
Is that a phrase that makes more sense in Infernal?


ARGH!!!!!!!!!!!
You tell me that if I want to read more I can wait for PRINCE OF WOLVES-
but don't you see -?
I want to read more RIGHT NOW.

In all seriousness:
Great work!


Ye gods of Golarion!
The good news is: today is Wednesday!
The bad news: now that I've read this week's installment, I have to wait ONE WHOLE WEEK for my next fix.

The Abyss take you all!


Looks good! Interested to try this out...

Dedicated Voter Season 6, Star Voter Season 7

Lovin' me some Benjamin Bruck so far-

also, Matthew McGee -for turning a monster I could neither picture nor fathom into something comprehensible, yet satisfactorily other

I also like Alexander MacLeod's chymick

Will go re-read carefully to see who gets my final votes- though FOR SURE B. Bruck gets one...

Dedicated Voter Season 6, Star Voter Season 7

(Whoops- I first typed "Steadfast Git-Stone"
That's rather a different Wondrous Item, old chap, what what?)

Dedicated Voter Season 6, Star Voter Season 7

...then my votes would certainly go to the following:

Alex Shideler — Crystal Chalice of Dawnflower Dew
&
Benjamin Bruck — Steadfast Gut-stone

with these folks as very close Runners-Up:

Eric Hindley — Hourglass of the Insightful Conjurer
Matthew McGee — Batrachian Helm
Seth White — Vessel of the Deep

and Honorable Mentions to:
Erik Randall — Gloves of the Shortened Path
James Martin — Runcible Spoon
Lief Clennon — Seven Thousand Blossoms
Nicolas Quimby — Goblin Skull Bomb
Sean McGowan — Cacophonous Monkey