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Another Winner!

*****

This is great, and a great improved replacement for the old Tavern map. I still wish everything could stay in print, but at least there are ways to get around OOP products if Paizo keeps making one-upped versions of older things.


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My Favorite!

*****

Well, Iron Gods is my favorite AP, and these dice are naturally my favorite dice! They are very cool-looking and easy to read. I don’t play Iron Gods without them!


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Super Useful!

*****

I love this map! The “dead” forest side is really unique in the maps line. It’s perfect for Numeria wilderness encounters! The lush side also has a lot of great details. I find this more useful than the “regular” forest map.


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An Awesomely Good Time!

*****

This was my first foray into Organized Play, and I had a blast! There were lots of interesting things to do that hearkened back to a dozen different sci-fi tropes. The pacing was brisk, but I didn’t feel like we left too many things undone. There were lots of moments to let your character shine! And the rewards were quite exciting!

I’ve definitely become a SFS convert!


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PDF Out of Order

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I can't understand why the pdf of the character sheet would have the first page all the way at the back. Sure, you can overcome this, but it's just sloppy. Please fix.


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The Very Definition of What a Map Folio Should Be!

*****

I love this Map Folio! I bought it on clearance just to have some more maps to hang up in my 'nerd cave' of a basement, and this one was the cream of the crop! So many of the other Map Folios have the worthless (others love them, I understand) parchment-style maps, but what I want are the Rand McNally-style/National Geographic maps!

Almost every AP is set in a different nation on Golarion. Wouldn't it have been awesome if we would have been slowly building up a giant atlas of all of the different lands by now instead of what we actually got in so many of these?

It's not too late, Paizo! Release more awesome maps like these to fill out the world so that we can all have a good squee at our basements of nerddom.


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Great for Starfinder and Pathfinder!

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I have to admit: I'm a little surprised by the other reviews of this map here! I was super-excited to see these maps in my FLGS a couple of weeks ago. I'm not ready to start a Starfinder campaign just yet (although I am chomping at the bit), but I was right in the middle of the first adventure for Iron Gods, and this mat hit the spot so perfectly that I literally couldn't have asked for better.

I wish that Paizo would do more "standard" or "basic" map types like this, rather than weirdly specific locations that I can't really fit in to my Adventure Path play. I'd buy twenty different basic terrain sets before even purchasing one specific location map. More! More!


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New to the game and already loving it!

*****

I picked this up a couple of days ago, having never played the Adventure Card Game before. After reading through the long - and not entirely simple to grasp - rules, I finally just sat down to play a game solo with Crowe from the Character Add-On deck. It was so cool that I immediately wrangled up my two oldest daughters (11 and 9) and taught them how to play. We had a blast! They already loved the RPG, but now this gives us something a little different to do every now and then.

It gets kind of crazy when you start figuring up how much a single adventure path will cost your family (or gaming group) to play through - especially if you use any of the class decks - but it's enough fun that we'll probably end up buying pretty much everything in the game line eventually.

I feel like there's enough depth to the strategy to keep us coming back for a long time, especially with new stuff being added in every card pack, and all of the new stuff you get as you level up.

My only real criticism is this, however: Paizo, honey, did you really think that people would want to WRITE on their cards? Seriously? Couldn't you come up with a more elegant solution than soft pencil on checkboxes? I know that there are printable character sheets, but that feels like a real diversion from the fun of just playing with cards. I don't know what the answer is, but I don't like the one you left us with.