[PaizoCon 2019] Pathfinder Second Edition Actual Play with the Glass Cannon Network - Saturday morning, 10:00 am-1:00 pm, 2019
Best of luck, James.
I greatly enjoy your work, but what really impresses me is how generous you are in your interaction with fans. I was lucky enough to first meet you in 2008, and you've consistently been an incredibly positive person every time I've encountered you since. I'm glad now that I got to talk to you again at Gen Con, and convey how happy I am that Starfinder has been received so well.
I'm still holding out for "The Shackled Tons" ;)
Not to worry, DarkWhite - I've got a mere million square km (just Ontario), so you are still well ahead with your 7 million.
My only geographical concern is the lack of a buffer zone with a certain 5-star GM [shudder][/shudder].
I even hear that he is planning to invade for HammerCon on November 6th! I will just have to retaliate by rocking U-Con on the 12th-14th.
I see from this thread that Customer Service Czarina Corey is leaving in the near future. While I may be early, I wanted to express my thanks and best wishes.
Corey was the first person that I talked to at Paizo, by phone and by email, and the great communication and trouble-shooting provided by both Corey and Cos was the impetus to me dropping a big chunk-o-change on Paizo products (of course, the quality kept me coming back).
All the best to you, Corey, in your future endeavors! You will be missed here.
Corey Young wrote:
Spaseba, Czarina Corey!
I long-range pre-ordered a bunch of items when I first signed on, without considering the shipping consequences. This is the last of them.
One thing that I would like to see in these products, if it's not to late, is phonetic pronunciation things like place names, deities, maybe even the names of the iconics if they are included. It's a nit-picky thing, but it's nice to know that you are pronouncing things the way they were intended by the writers.
For example: I assume that Lamashtu is lah-MAHSH-too, but it also sounds good as lahmahsh-TOO (best I can do without symbols for long and short vowels).