Cleric of Iomedae

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Hello Paizo people,
The subject basically says it all. I would like to cancel my subscription to the adventure card game.


HI Paizo people,
You had an expired credit card # when this was first placed. I have updated things so it should process now. However, my order is showing as three separate shipments. Does it need to be? If possible I'd prefer a single shipment.


Hi Paizo people, I was making some changes in my sidecart today in preparation for telling it to send me most of it now as opposed to waiting for my next subscription shipment.

I was deleting a couple of items which are not due to ship for several months with the intention of adding them back in once I've committed to shipping the rest, because I've had delays in the past as a result of similar items being in my sidecart.

I hit delete and the entire sidecart vanished. It's not in my shopping cart, it's not on my subscriptions list and it doesn't show up in a sidecart that I can find. If it's gone, then I don't mind reentering the orders, but I don't want to end up with duplicates. The initial orders which said to send it to the sidecart were 3605361 and 3611531. There may have been other items as well, but those are the ones I'm positive about.

Let me know what I need to do and I'll be happy to give you my money. :)

The three iconic heroes sets are not showing up in my sidecart even though the order number shows that they should be there. Please make sure that they are not hung up on something so that they can ship with my subscription when they are supposed to.


I need Dungeon Magazine #92 removed from my sidecart. I realized after I submitted that I already own a copy and do not need another. Thanks

Please cancel my subscription to Pathfinder Campaign Setting and Pathfinder Player Companion.


This is a fairly minor issue, but I would like it if there were a way to set items I purchase to default to sidecart/ship with subscription instead of ship immediately. Perhaps I am missing something. I dislike having to change the item status for multiple items in order to save on shipping.

Sometime in the last 10 or so years I read a set of rules about characters having an innate standard of living where for example if someone was at Poor they had to pay for everything and if they were Rich they could get items below 100 gold for free. I no longer remember the details, but that was the gist of it. Can anyone direct me to the correct book? I'm sure I have it in my collection somewhere, but so far have not managed to locate it. Initially I thought it was a Pathfinder rule, but I now suspect that it was somewhere in the third edition era.