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So, the main book for the Blight is really great at providing both player-friendly maps / GM marked maps for the overall city map and for the various encounters within the Adventure Path... but I was wondering whether anyone had a solution for displaying player friendly maps for the various district level maps - I've spent a few hours, with a clunky software package, erasing the labels from the Festival map... and now, thinking about running the 'Crooked Nail', I'm dreading having to do the same for the Artist's Quarter!!!


Zhern wrote:

Bill will be posting to the Kickstarter about the Pathologies in the next few days. Keep an eye out.

Patrick
Frog God Games

Awesome... what a way to start the New Year!!!


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Also, for those folks who have enjoyed the Blight but don't watch the main page anymore... I thought I'd relay this missive from your horrible author...

Richard Pett, Dread Lurker of Kickstarters wrote:


Hello chums
I'm afraid I can't answer any of the questions on delivery, scoured is done and with the frogs but as for delivery I'm afraid I can't answer that one. I can say it's nasty though. I noticed over at Paizo and here that there are still a few questions coming up. In terms of the campaign and ap just to let you wonderful people know if you have any questions I'm still regularly watching these boards and the ones over at Paizo in case of questions, I have a set of new draft adventure outlines laid out on my PC for future use one way or another and I'm hoping 2018 will see some of those come to light. The support you've given the Blight is awesome and I want to make sure that her dirty streets continue to fester and grow so they can drag you in and never let go.
Huzzah!
Rich


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Zhern wrote:

You make a fair point, Zesdead. I would ask that you email zach@froggodgames.com about the books and let him know how the second shipment was damaged as well. We will fix that for you. Also, I have complained about the packaging as well and I believe that is going to change. I don't like bent corners either.

As for the list, I haven't gotten the final yet. I hold myself accountable for not getting back here to make sure you knew that it wasn't because I wasn't trying. I wasn't involved in The Blight until it was time for the 5E work so I don't have visibility into the Pathologies as they were system neutral. I do try to read the Paizo forums as much as possible but I do miss things. Jerry does a great job of funneling issues to Zach and me but I do drop the ball at times.

I'll get back with definite word but it likely won't be till after the Christmas holiday. Thanks for your patience.

Patrick
Frog God Games

Apologies if I came over a bit grumpy!!! Maybe a little bit of the Blight's corruption wormed itself into my soul and festered somewhat... it'd be good to know what is coming down the track with regards to the Pathologies and I do find it a bit strange that, after wrangling the beast that is the main book, the status of these seven small pieces is so hazy... but it's good to hear someone is on it... same for Scoured to the Bone, that's something everyone should be getting - and if it encourages folks to go out and buy Richard Pett's Crooked then that's a great thing...

As to the damaged books, I'll contact Zach but I feel guilty asking again and cutting out whatever profit the Frogs are making on this adventure... plus, if the packaging is the same then I'll probably end up with a third set of bent books!!!


Sqn Cdr Flashheart wrote:

Once the KS has finished and posted out, there is no real reason for the creators to pour over the comments, so I disagree with you on that. There are other ways of engagement, basically you should be using the forum if you have post - KS questions. A KS comments page is not good at all for any discussion - can't even edit.

Sorry to hear about your books though, mine made it fine all the way to NZ. But I'd encourage you to go FGG forums for questions about the campaign, the KS comments are now quite irrelevant once the KS has finished and fulfilled.

Point taken about using the FGG forum but I'm kinda loathe to post there as it doesn't seem all that active whereas I know FGG do frequent here... and as to whether this campaign has fulfilled, I kinda disagree with you - there are 21 dollars worth of pdf's still due to us plus the free novella... sure, the main book is out - but for those of us who went all in, and helped push this campaign to big numbers, we're still waiting on stuff...


Zhern wrote:
Zesdead wrote:
Zhern wrote:
Zesdead wrote:

A couple of folks (including myself) have posted the question about the non-physical aspects of this KS - the seven Pathologies which were pushed towards the end of the KS as well as the 'Scoured to the Bone' Novella - on the Kickstarter Campaign page but there's been no word about them since September (if not before)... it would be good to know, especially as I am about to launch into my Levee campaign, a couple of things:

a) What are the Pathologies going to be? Titles, synopses, whatever...
b) When can we expect to see them?

Also, having read and enjoyed 'Crooked', I'd like that second slice of twisted fiction from Mr Pett. Does anyone have any insight as to what is planned for these 'treats'?

I'd post the questions over on the Blight KS page but I'm not convinced FGG are particularly looking at that these days.

I'll get the answer to your question, Zesdead. I'll post in reply here and on the KS page about them.

Patrick
Frog God Games

Awesome!!! Thanks
I didn't forget about this, I just haven't gotten the final list yet.

Any chance of seeing that list and / or a schedule soon? It'd be good to know what we have left to look forwards to - and from the point of view of having started to run the Levee, where I might stitch these new pieces into the adventure.

I am going to come over a bit negative here, and for that I am sorry - especially as the Blight is such a wonderful piece of work (the main book, the modules and the bestiary are all fine books), but I do feel quite let down by Frog God Games - obviously the delays to the books are well-documented and, to be honest, totally understandable - good things, after all, come to those who wait.

It's more the way that FGG seem to have walked away from the KS now... there are folks asking questions in the Campaign and, despite logging into KS and running Rappan Athuk / 5E book campaigns during the last months, no-one from FGG has bothered to reply to anything on the Blight Campaign... and there is no way they should consider the campaign closed yet.

On a more personal level, I'm also going to gripe here about the way in which the books were despatched... I don't know whether it is because the books are larger than anything they've sent before but my books were badly damaged in transit due entirely to inadequate packaging... to be fair, when I highlighted this, I was sent replacement books and had them (in the UK!!!) within the week. Sadly they were equally damaged (what do you expect when it is the same packaging - with corners that are only protected from the outside environment by sellotape and a few prayers to Orcus)... I'd have complained again but I didn't have the heart to ask Frog God to send a third book out - so yeah, I get Scratch and Dent books for 250 dollars... thanks. Reading through various comments on the KS and on messageboards, I'm not sure I'm the only one either...

So yeah, I'm still looking forward to seeing what we might get from the Pathologies... but backing Frog God stuff in the future? I'd take some convincing... and that is pretty sad given how exciting this campaign started out...


Zhern wrote:
Zesdead wrote:

A couple of folks (including myself) have posted the question about the non-physical aspects of this KS - the seven Pathologies which were pushed towards the end of the KS as well as the 'Scoured to the Bone' Novella - on the Kickstarter Campaign page but there's been no word about them since September (if not before)... it would be good to know, especially as I am about to launch into my Levee campaign, a couple of things:

a) What are the Pathologies going to be? Titles, synopses, whatever...
b) When can we expect to see them?

Also, having read and enjoyed 'Crooked', I'd like that second slice of twisted fiction from Mr Pett. Does anyone have any insight as to what is planned for these 'treats'?

I'd post the questions over on the Blight KS page but I'm not convinced FGG are particularly looking at that these days.

I'll get the answer to your question, Zesdead. I'll post in reply here and on the KS page about them.

Patrick
Frog God Games

Awesome!!! Thanks


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A couple of folks (including myself) have posted the question about the non-physical aspects of this KS - the seven Pathologies which were pushed towards the end of the KS as well as the 'Scoured to the Bone' Novella - on the Kickstarter Campaign page but there's been no word about them since September (if not before)... it would be good to know, especially as I am about to launch into my Levee campaign, a couple of things:

a) What are the Pathologies going to be? Titles, synopses, whatever...
b) When can we expect to see them?

Also, having read and enjoyed 'Crooked', I'd like that second slice of twisted fiction from Mr Pett. Does anyone have any insight as to what is planned for these 'treats'?

I'd post the questions over on the Blight KS page but I'm not convinced FGG are particularly looking at that these days.


Also, not promised into session 2... enjoying session 1 though :)


Jason Nelson wrote:
Zesdead wrote:
Without wanting to detract from the Startinder excitement, any reason why this isn't coming out in Pathfinder? I would back it in a heartbeat to complement Legendary Planet... but right now, it's not really an option...

The short answer is that it would be a MUCH smaller book in Pathfinder. A lot of creatures that will be in it already have Pathfinder stats but don't presently exist in 5E or Starfinder, so while a lot of the monsters are new from Legendary Planet and Aethera, a lot of them aren't. We didn't want to try re-selling people things that they already had.

HOWEVER, you do bring up a good point to consider, creating a compilation of just the *new* Pathfinder monsters from the book. It would be a shorter book, sure, but still might be worth doing.

Thanks for the suggestion. I'll talk it over with the team and also poll our Legendary Planet KS backers.

Cool... I'll watch with interest!!! Anything to flesh out and build the universe that Legendary Planet has shown us has got to be good... Also, great to see the KS building momentum already.


Without wanting to detract from the Startinder excitement, any reason why this isn't coming out in Pathfinder? I would back it in a heartbeat to complement Legendary Planet... but right now, it's not really an option...


So... it won't be until the weekend before I get to play with any ideas but I was thinking Inquisitor as a character.


Hello everybody!!! Thanks for the lucky numbers and looking forward to the game...

So, I have a grand total of zero PFS characters and therefore kinda flexible as to what class to bring to the table - happy to fit in with what makes for a good balance (although I'd probably prefer to steer clear of things I'm already playing in non-PFS: cleric, fighter, bard and kineticist).


If those are the questions than these are the answers...

1. Player Name: Zesdead.
2. Are you new to PBP, Organized Play, or both? New to Organised Play but certainly not new to PbP (5 years, give or take, on these boards as a GM and Player).
3. What excites you most about playing in this game? I have toyed with the idea of PFS (at first considering GM’ing) for a while… so why not give it a whirl in a PbP Gameday… and even better with a GM I know!!!
4. Tell me a little about yourself! What other games have you played? What are your hobbies? Generally board games rather than RPGs IRL (although I was part of a D&D 4E group for a couple of years) – just taught my 9yo Ticket to Ride and I am painting up a Zombicide (toning down the gore!!!) to give to him for next year’s birthday… outside of gaming it’s mountain biking and being outside with the kids… and plenty of good telly recently as well!!!
5. Are you able to post at least once a day? Yep, I ask that of my players in my GM’d games and I endeavour to do the same as a player.
6. In order to keep the game moving along, sometimes I will bot players if a certain amount of time has passed since their last post. Do you give permission for me or the party to 'bot' your character as needed in combat or another situation? Of course.
7. Do you promise to tell me about upcoming vacations, busy times at work, conventions or other absences so we can bot you? Yep – I certainly have a holiday planned over the summer however I am anticipating that there will be internet access (I stayed somewhere 2 years back with no access and it felt like stepping back in time!!!) And other than that, I'll keep an eye for busy times at work, etc


Looks great... I was wondering, is the bestiary (considerably sized as it is) illustrated with drawings / paintings or is it painted miniatures? I'm kinda hoping its the former although everything I've seen from the KS suggests the latter... looks awesome regardless!!!


Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Zesdead wrote:

I'm still a ways off of this part of the adventure (my two games still have the fun of the Scavenged Codex to enjoy before they get there) but I do have a slightly fundamental question about Dead Vault Descent...

** spoiler omitted **

Hi, Zesdead.

** spoiler omitted **

Thanks for the reply... clarifies a few things, however...

Paris Crenshaw / Legendary Games:
The first mention of the Soiree within the text of the actual adventure is...

Dead Vault Descent wrote:

A Subtle Soiree

If PCs choose to use subterfuge to plan a heist during the soiree, they can make plans for how best to pull off the job.

It's a little jarring on first read through!!! A line or two at the start of the 'A subtle soiree' section saying, as Paris Crenshaw states, that Relstanna has discovered that the Thanex Coterie are holding a Soiree at their Manse (and even going so far as to suggest what the occasion might be) could help the flow of the text. As it is, I was going back and forth within the text looking for a detail that I don't think is there!!!


I'm still a ways off of this part of the adventure (my two games still have the fun of the Scavenged Codex to enjoy before they get there) but I do have a slightly fundamental question about Dead Vault Descent...

GM's and developers only:
I can't seem to find a plot-line that links the players into the social event in the 'Thanex Caper' - how do the players find out about the 'Soiree'? What is the overall purpose of the event? ...is it meant to be in the adventure or is it down to GM's to decide? Any insight would be great, thanks.


Now, whoa... that looks like something cool to drop into an adventure!!! Swap you a pdf for a review?


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Just pitching in and saying that both Bloody Jack and the Crucible (stand-alone adventures within the Blight) are twisted works of wonder with which to make your players despair for their poor perfectly crafted characters - I'm GM'ing both of them here on the Paizo Online Games forum and having a grand ole time!!! Horror in the Sinks and the Crooked Nail have also come out in the last few weeks and look like they're cut from the same demented cloth...


Rysky wrote:

?

I haven't gotten anything like that.

Yeah, it's all over the KDM kickstarter... some folks (quite a lot it seems) received e-mails after the pledge manager supposedly closed saying they needed to finalise their pledge urgently - even though most folks seem to have done that (and the money has left accounts)... kinda thankful I didn't get one of those as it's a bit perturbing given the quantities of money involved here.

Erik Mona wrote:
Out of curiosity, how did you deduce that?

As Rysky said, it was highlighted in the Backerkit as the most popular add-on in the Pledge Manager - obviously there's no visibility on how many folks picked it up although a quick scout of BGG suggests quite a few people did... I wonder whether the anticipated content, and characters who are heroes rather than survivors, has piqued folks interest as an alternative experience... I think it is also worth noting the apparent excitement / enthusiasm for the 'classic hero classes' models that they have been putting out in their store (Monk, Bard and Fighter were all super quick sellers this month) and the fact that Valeros, Kyra, Merisiel and Seoni kind of scratch that itch as well...


Rysky wrote:

That's awesome to hear Zes!

And ooooo, yeah that would be cool.

Yeah, really pleased... Unfortunately the option to late pledge came out just as Annual Bonus time hit through work... so I kind of went all in with a Gamer's Pledge - now I'll have more freaky beasts than I will ever know what to do with!!! Fortunately they will arrive over a number of years and I'll be able to space out all the fun :)

...also, it looks like the Pathfinders of Death option was the most popular add-on in the pledge manager so maybe there's hope of a further cool collaboration :)

(Having said that, I'm not entirely sure the potential age-advisory ratings are entirely compatible with each other)


Well, the late backer option opened up and I managed to get myself a Pathfinders of Death after all!!! So, here's a question... given that Kingdom Death has got such cool miniatures - is there any chance we could ever see a crossover in the other direction? I'm thinking of a Kingdom Death PFRPG Bestiary... regardless, I think some of those beasts might find their way into my home game anyway - my poor players....


Erik Mona wrote:

Don't worry about Pathfinders of Death availability. You may need to be vigilant, but we'll be getting some here on Paizo.com waaay down the road.

Now that... is good news!!!


Speculative question given that I lost my pledge just before the KS ended - and I'm a little bit angsty that the Pathfinders of Death may well not be available post-KS... but are there any UK backers of the KS on these boards? If there are, a PM would be great.


GM Rednal wrote:
The adventures released for backers so far are The Assimilation Strain (Prologue), To Worlds Unknown (Part 1), The Scavenged Codex (Part 2), and Confederates of the Shattered Zone (Part 3).

Nearly... Confederates of the Shattered Zone is Part 4 and has been released ahead of Part 3 as it was ready to go!!! Part 3 (Dead Vault Descent) seems to have been stuck in development hell for a fair while but LG seem confident that it is nearly here...

...personally, I'm going to avoid reading Part 4 until after Part 3 (especially as my players are still only halfway, there or thereabouts, through Part 1).


Rysky wrote:
You can still buy stuff as they release it through the Kingdom Death store, Zesdead :3

Yep, they figured mid to late 2017 for having the main game back in stock... Plenty of time to save for post KS prices!!!


Just got an e-mail from the Kingdom death folks seeming to confirm that there won't be any late pledges beyond the KS and the next chance to buy any KD stuff will be through their retail store... Oh well, guess my wallet will thank me and I can just keep on buying those pathfinder books to keep Erik in KD minis!!!


Thanks for the good luck and hugs :)

Still... even if it's almost certainly ended up as a crash and burn for me, it was a fantastic KS to follow and it has somewhat whetted my appetite to get some kingdom death at my table...


Ugh... Had a Twin Satan Pledge locked in for maximum fun overdrive... and then 'thinks he's computer savvy but isn't son' goes and cancels te entire pledge when looking at the updates in the last minutes... And I find out after the KS finishes!!! I suppose it's saved my wallet from a beating but kinda sick to the stomach now - feel like I've probably just missd out on the bargain of the century. Have contacted the Kingdom Death folks to see if they are going to do a Late Pledge thing... otherwise my first experience with Kingdom Death will be at the RRP (which is more horror than the game itself!)


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I've had my first read through of the Crucible and it's another fascinating (if vaguely disturbing) insight into the world of the Blight - I've already got a recruitment going for a PbP here on the boards (by invite only though) and I'm pretty excited about running this...

...and we should have the Tome of Blighted Horrors with us soon - looks like 2017 is making up for the bad dream that was 2016!!!


GM_Sarc wrote:
This one is already at the 50% over due estimate (or just about at it) and doesn't show any sign of being done anytime soon. Given how long it takes just to print and distribute I wouldn't be surprised to see this end up around 100% time overrun. For a book that was ALREADY written according to their campaign that's a pretty massive delay.

Well, the most recent update on the KS (and the comments made by Bill Webb in response to ETA) kinda bears out the scale of the overrun - delivery of the book is now targetted for Q2/Q3 next year (so it could well be a full year past the original projection)... however, it's not all doom and gloom - reading the detail of what is in the update...

Frog Gods via Kickstarter wrote:
So…we apologize for the lateness, but have faith, this monster will get there eventually. I don’t want to promise a date yet (I will after the main book is done in layout), but we are moving along. Greg should post an update in the next 3-4 weeks (once all the modules and monster book are completed).

...it seems likely that we should have a plethora pf PDF's (modules and the Tome of Blighted Horrors) by the end of January.


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What a load of fun, thanks to everyone who contributed to the last 12 days of third party-mas... and there I was with a high-ish roll in the list of TOZ!!! Only to have my hopes crushed with a final 20 from the Freehold DM, Congrats!!!


It certainly did sound that we were likely at the cusp of getting our second adventure when we received a last project update... I think FGG were waiting for a cover painting and then it was 'into the pipeline for distribution' - either it's a real masterpiece of a cover painting or the 'pipeline for distribution' is more complicated than it sounds. I too would appreciate a little more communication from the 'Froggies' than we are getting... it is now over a month since we were told more stuff was imminent and that Greg was going to be AWOL for 12 days (and, given his reasons for being absent, I am sure I speak for everyone when I say that period away from Castorhage was totally understandable) - I just don't think that it is unreasonable, especially as folks are asking for updates on the KS comments page, for another FGG person to step in and - at least - tell us that work is carrying on (I'm pretty confident it is!!!) and when we might get a more detailed timeline for delivery...

From my perspective as a backer, I think it is a real shame that the KS itself (which was in full flow a year ago) was so well run - probably the best RPG KS I have been involved in - with really good informative... and exciting... comms - and since then, apart from the flurry of preview illustrations from the Tome of Blighted Horrors in August, the level of interaction with backers has dropped off hugely.

On the plus side though, Bloody Jack is a twisted masterpiece of intrigue and adventure, if everything else 'of the Blight' keeps to this level then it will - in the end - have been worth it!!!


I'm looking forward to seeing some info for 2016 - and most specifically, how the Legendary Planet stuff is selling. I'm a kickstarter backer so I'm in it for the full AP; I'd love to see it do well so that LG can do supplements for their own AP in the way that they do for Paizo's output.


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Me too... I'm feeling lucky!!! And, if I'm unlucky then at least I can be LEGENDARY!!!


This is the 5E version of the adventure, the Pathfinder version is Over Here


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...yeah - this is indeed BIG - to the point that, as mentioned in the Comments pages of the Kickstarter itself, maybe having the Blight Setting and it's associated AP (the Levee) in a single book... I think it is now 1100 pages (up from a previous estimate of 900?)... might be stretching the realms of what is sensible. I wonder whether we might get to the point where there would be an option to have 2 separate hardback books rather than a single, possibly rather too cumbersome, tome? I, for one, would throw a little more money at that if it meant I had a book that doesn't become an adventure and a work out in one!


JonathonWilder wrote:
When I am able to, if I am able to, I do plan on getting a color hardcover once this is out. I missed out on the kickstarter but I am still very interesting in the concept and setting.

Just echo-ing what Zhern said, Crooked is a very evocative... and quite cool... story that is probably the closest reflection of what the setting of the Blight will be like. For my part, I hope that some of the Steam-punky aspects of the novel are kept in as they really brought the place to life in my imagination...

...and on to the department of expectation managements - I think the Blight is being publishd as B&W only? From memory, a colour edition was set as a kickstarter stretch goal that was way way high... and the producers of the book seemed to suggest that the mood of the book was better presented in monochrome.


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...or, if you fancy really immersing yourself in the twisted city of Richard Pett's mind, there's:

Crooked...

Highly Recommended and, I suspect, a good primer for what the Blight will bring us...


A little later than I planned but I have finally got a review up :)

Also @Deathquaker, the art is Renoir's 'The Umberellas'... and I must admit that I rather like it in the Letter!!!!

Now to check out that Kickstarter.


Thanks to Chemlak, Rednal and Legendary Planet's own Neil Spicer... exactly the answers I was looking for...


Running Legendary Planet here on the boards and I have a couple of questions re: 'To Worlds Unknown' - I'm going to spoiler them so that any potential player doesn't stumble across something they oughtn't!!!

Relating to one of the Creatures in the Bestiary:
The Tauslek Matriarch is statted up as a Mythic Creature yet I see no Mythic Surge values? And in the Tactics section of the Timed Event, it states that the Matriarch uses her Mythic Initiative to gain an additional action... am I missing something here? I don't see an ability or feat that would allow it to do that?

Relating to the Second / Third Part of the Adventure:
I am sure that when my group arrive at Zel-Argose they are going to want to go shopping for cool technological items... to what extent does the Legendary Worlds Campaign Setting assume that Zel-Argose has access to things like Laser Guns, etc? And how widely available would that technology be?

Also relating to the Second / Third Part of the Adventure:
I notice in the stats for Zel-Argose that there are no Androids specifically identified in the 'Races Present'... are Androids a 'thing' in this Campaign Setting or is one of my players going to be truly unique?!?!?


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Liz Courts wrote:
PDFs granted—I'm sure the publisher would appreciate a review in exchange. ^_^

Thanks!!! A really neat little Letter again... On a first read through I have already seen a few interesting phenomena to treat my players to when they head out into the wilds... I will read further and, once I have gathered my thoughts, will post a review.


I too, would love one... although, having already received a PDF for the, quite wonderful, Country Faire and also for Coins / Commerce, I do feel a bit guilty... how about a review in return for the free PDF?


I'm in the 'Going to miss it... but if you're replacing it with something better than I'm kind of okay with it' club... but, right now, I don't actually know what is replacing the fiction and that makes it difficult for me to know whether I am more happy face than I am sad face. I will admit that I would never read the fiction until I had all six parts of an AP in my hand and then I would just binge read them (in so much as 30-ish pages of content could be called 'binge')... and I do think it added a little bit of flavour to each AP in which they were embedded.

However, having said all that, there is enough feedback on this thread to suggest that the fiction was poor value for some folks... and therefore, when we come to future health of the AP line, it's difficult to see this as anything other then the 'right' decision.


When I am not too busy running my Legendary Planet games, I'll try and get a review up... suffice to say, this adventure keeps up the high standard set by 'The Assimilation Strain' and 'To Worlds Unknown'... the adventure itself is great - sterling work by Mike Shel and Mike Welham - whilst the associated articles are fantastic. And, for going ahead and publishing at 116 pages rather than stripping back the content, thanks... we get the Director's Cut rather than the studio edit :)

I'd also like to say I'm really pleased to see how the bestiaries of the Legendary Planet AP are doing a lot to make this campaign feel properly alien (rather than simply reskinning a load of existing PF races)... the high quality of the bestiaries is a common theme in all of the adventures so far...

And, final point, I cannot wait for my groups to meet Mr Sarlu...


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Looking forward to seeing some reviews for this one, it looks awesome... Murder Bunnies!!! Missed put on the first ten but think this might well be worth the purchase...


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James Jacobs wrote:
Luthorne wrote:

1) What do you think is the most frightening animal to be found...

a) ...in the oceans?

b) ...on land?

...

a) Great white shark

b) Sydney funnel web spider

...

Encountered two funnel-webs in my back garden whilst living in south Sydney... Needless to say, with a three year old son who - up until then - I had been happily allowing to run around barefoot, their appearance reminded me what a lethal place Australia can be!!!

...and, when I had regained my composure, I cast Acid Spray (some hideous bug killing spray) and followed it up with a Coup de Grace by Adamantine Vorpal Shovel!!!

Follow up question if I may? Is there any real life beast that you have encountered (in the wild or otherwise) that has inspired you to create a PF monster, encounter or adventure?


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Thanks, looking forward to reading this and getting some ideas to throw into my campaigns...


This really does sound like a bundle of fun - could I stick my hand up for a copy? This time I will definitely endeavour to get a review up :)

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