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Liz Courts wrote:

Technological elements (not elemental, sheesh, more coffee required) have been in the setting since the beginning

Nice one !


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Cthulhudrew wrote:


I'd caution against completely boycotting the company and its products just because a particular portion of what they're doing isn't for you; if you've enjoyed much of what else you've been buying, it doesn't seem logical to me to suddenly stop buying everything because you don't like the Iron Gods AP.

You might also find yourself surprised by what you get. I know I had considered suspending my subscription through the Mummy's Mask AP, because it didn't sound terribly interesting to me, but I'm glad I stuck with it, because so far I've enjoyed the heck out of what Paizo and its designers have done with it.

Thanks, but I don't think I'll be surprised at all. I'm roleplaying since 1985 and I know what to expect from such an Adventure Path.

And I'm not boycotting Paizo. If anything I'm boycotting WotC. :o)

After all this is a well done system, superb Artwork and reeeally nice Face Cards - an Idea I credit this company with.

I do what some of you said above - I give my opinion.
I'm concerned, I don't like the direction and I state it.
I guess I will cancel my subscriptions after the Mummy's Mask AP. (The Comics Subscription for the insanely bad Subscribers exclusive Covers)

I don't know if I will ever subscribe again, after all I'm also a collector and there will be a gap now I'm NOT willing to fill.

I sure enjoyed Pathfinder up to now, it's just that the hiccups are getting worse if you ask me (Hello, James Jacobs ! It's your watch !) and I will maybe just watch from a distance for a while. I know it's not easy for a company to stay afloat today, but the constant "Next Edition" of virtually every other System up to now is nothing that keeps customers. I applaud Paizo in that regard that it keeps by it's Rule-System and supported for that reason alone with much-needed money.
A different setting for this and I would have just shrugged it off and kept going. But I fear more plots being twisted the Sci-Fi way from now on and I won't support that.

Well then - Opinion stated. I hope it helps.


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Well, not to fall in on the parade ....
But I'm not excited at all.
Quite on the contrary - I'm pondering stopping my subscriptions because of this ...
I do not want Tech in my Fantasy World - and the only way to not be pestered by in for half a year in my mailbox is to stop my subscription!
I'll ponder this for the next two Months, but it is REALLY turning me off.
Children of the Void was a close call, Winter Reign a disappointment, but it was ignorable. This is not my kind a RPG and there are other RPGs that won't go the "Eberron" way.
I've got about absolutely everything up to now, but ... No ! Thanks, but no. If your Ideas end at "Tech rained from the skies" then that's the end for me. This should be after all a Fantasy Setting.
Every time a "D&D" RPG comes at a certain point, it answers with introducing Tech, and that's usually close to the end of it. Dark Sun/Spelljammer AD&D, Eberron D&D ...
Make it optional, make it it's own line - ok. But this is not for me and if there will be a 6-month gap, I can also stop with what I have.
Sorry to see it go this way, I'd have liked to see more "Fantasy" Adventure Paths, but really - NO !

Just my 2 cents.