J. Merrick wrote:
Pretty sure your fine, this is a pre order only product, meaning it is no longer available, period.
Another possibly lower cost way to provide us with larger Pawns, at least for those of us with our own printers, is to sell those PDF only. If your card stock would work in most printers, sell packs of just your card stock, blank. I assume your card stock is not the same card stock I buy at Wal Mart.
Like several above, I already own many copies of RA. 1 of each original 3 modules, 3 of RA Reloaded, and I have it on PDF, and I will still be in on this pre order. Shouldn't be a problem to put $25 per month into my savings account so that by March, I'll be able to pay in full immediately. Now I just need to buy ToAD.
I imagine Bill has to first get them shipped to Paizo, then Paizo's people can unpack, repack, and ship, so maybe by the end of next week? Or maybe Paizo's portion was shipped directly to them? If so, they may already be shipping.
Clark Peterson wrote:
Robert, I agree with you of course. But it is also important that we be people of our word. And that includes Erik. Even he said this was limited edition and done. So did Bill. Maybe its the lawyer in my but I hedged my statement a tiny bit, because its never good to say never :) (except about never). We want to make sure the people who bought the initial limited edition don't feel they were tricked or that their version is somehow "cheapened" because we do a second printing. That is important to us too. People buy stuff up front in large part because of the credibility and quality we have built up over years and so we are very sensitive to people being able to rely on what we say. So I hope you understand why this is so important to all of us.
Totally agree, that is why I said I agree with yoru proposed solution. I am sure a few "die hard" collector types will still gripe, but the important thing is the vast majority will be fin with you guys doing a second print run, especially since your making it very clear its a second print run, etc...
Like has been said, and I am also fine with Clark's proposed solution, by all means PRINT ANOTHER run if you are sure you have the demand!
God forbid if you guys actually make some real money off of something!
Make it clear its the second printing, do NOT alter content, and by all means meet the demand as best you can!
You guys are in business for goodness sake! Print, make profit!
Evil Lincoln wrote:
Doubt I'll get to play it any time soon. Few weeks at the minimum, likely months. Probably not until November. I don't write reviews unless I play. I will say everything looks even better than it did in all the photo's.
Any word on the extras download? The FGG games site hinted it might be available today ...
Yeah, Mrs. Frog God was supposed to upload stuff this morning. Guess real life got in the way. Hopefully some time tonight then. Then again, I haven't actually gone to my DL account, I've only looked for an announcement...
The print version of this product has been on back order for some time, but the fine folks at Studio 2 Publishing (our partner that handles our printing) have let me know that a new printing has been sent out to distributors.
Hmmmm... I may want to get it just for all the new art and errata.
I think it is pretty clear Paizo did things right on their end. IF not the customer would not have been able to get a refund on his end. Clearly customs did not correctly interpret or fully read over the accompanying paperwork. Fortunately when he called he got someone competent enough to find where the mistake was made and issued him a refund.
Whats your pricing on PDF's going to be? I'll pay now to let me play around with it before it is finalized. Best way for me to give any real feedback anyways. ITs one thing to look at a picture of something and try to figure out how it works, and totally something else to play with it and actually make it work.
Vic Wertz wrote:
OK, I am a message board idiot and have no idea where this "tab" you speak of is located at. Since I just bought the hard cover of this I would like to find the errata, so could someone please lead this idiot to the right location? A link should be enough for me, I can usually click on those successfully.
From what I have been reading it should be out soon. Like Gen Con. Or at least a "limited release" exclusive to Gen Con. IDK. I'll go search around again and see what the latest buzz appears to be. The boxed set pictures have been around for a few weeks now, so hopefully the full order will be in soon and put up for sale.
Anyways, I'll go find out.
Mongoose has it "in stock" as of the 15th, so it can be up to another 3 weeks before it works its way through distribution chains to LGS'. So somewhere between now and then, Paizo should get a hold of it.
Personally I am going to pass on this, coming up with encounters is something I never have problems with in Traveller. Probably because I don't get to run it any where near as often as I would like.
I can see that. If they don't offer up the Pawns as their own separate package to sell, I hope they at least include those in the PDF so we have some way to get more, or make replacements.
Maps we can buy separately, most of their cards are still in print, so replacements can be bought, but the pawns cannot, unless they do offer them up as a separate product, or at least include them in the PDF. Thats my concern.
Twin Dragons wrote:
That is an interesting question, because in the past Paizo has refused to offer up digital version of flip maps, and would likely have the same policy about "Pawns" as they do cards (no digital version), so it would be interesting to see if they make an exception for this product.
Please cancel all subscriptions related to my account.
Also, I tried to do this via this e-mail:
but it got bounced back due to "Technical details of temporary failure:
Anyways, its been a lot of fun, thanks for all the great products and great memories.
I'll still be around, its just that the subscription model doesn't work for me anymore. I'll be buying much more piece meal from here on out.
I hadn't read through all of this AP before, but it was brought to my attention that there were some problems with this AP starting with a tournament invasion and progressively getting worse up to HAVING to make a deal with a demon to defeat the main obstacle.
I couldn't believe these claims were legitimate. Sure, Paizo did similarly stupid things in their early AP's, but had gotten much better with such heavy handed railroading since then. So I pulled out my copies, found where the tournament/invasion material begins and started reading.
Maybe it is because I have become so spoiled with your copious amount of really good writing, but whatever the reason I am very saddened by how bad you guys are in this AP. This thing starts off so awesome, the tournament has so much potential for awesome, not to mention the invasion and final climax. But such blatant and heavy handed railroading makes it hard even for a DM with over 25 years of experience like me to rewrite into the more free form and fun set of experiences this AP can be.
I don't think I'll have much problem derailing how you have the tournament and invasion being, but as we get to the final scenes and how they have only one set of tracks to go down in order to win the day, thats going to be a lot of rewriting.
I'm sure I can do it, but with you guys I shouldn't be needing to.
Very, very disappointed.
It helps them be sure their print run is big enough.