Andre Roy wrote:
Went through all of the sidebars and fixed the five or so xx's I found. Can't search them in the PDF so they were hard to find. Thanks!
Silver Sics wrote:
I have a question about the Automated targeting system. the description on pg. 172 states a single weapon receives +3 to both attack and damage while the chart on pg. 183 states they give +1 BAB that stacks each time its taken. were these suppose to be 2 different things or was one of them wrong?
Corrected.. Thank you!
Andre Roy wrote:
You are a rockstar my friend. Lasher has been added to the new edit, and you should see it shortly. However if you really need it today...
Lasher (3 RP): Having longer and more finely-controlled antennae than most pasimachi, those that possess this trait are capable of making attacks with them. Pasimachi have long antennae that they can use to make attacks of opportunity with a reach of 5 feet. Their antennae are capable of making a single secondary natural attack, allowing you to attack with them at a -5 penalty along with your other attacks. This attack deals 1d8 points of damage plus the user’s Strength modifier. This trait replaces improved natural armor and natural armor.
Hey everyone! Troy with d20prsrd.com Publishing here. Several things...
1 - THANK YOU for being here.. and calling us out when you find mistakes! The ONLY way we are going to make this book better is with your support.
2 - I am working on an update that will go out today that will hopefully fix issues that you have mentioned here as well as a few other tweaks that need to be done.
Expect to hear something by the end of the day or first thing tomorrow at the latest. Again thank you ever so much for the amazing journey that is Starjammer. I'm looking forward to continuing bringing you content that will amaze and delight.
Hey there Starjammer fans! Working on making a few of those corrections today that people have been pointing out. Big thanks to Sam Hearn who has been instrumental in finding lots of little bugs in the works.
Even bigger thanks to all of you, and the entire Starjammer team. This journey has been a lot of fun. Looks to get even more interesting if I can get these corrections done and get Starjammer: Medical Marvels out this week! Woot!
I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
I hate how they talk dismissively about "fluff or filler" - almost turns me off right there.
LOL! I hope you are joking friend! Daron Woodson (author and owner of Abandoned Arts) takes that pretty seriously. He does not want advertisements or anything of that nature in there to distract or make the customer pay for more than what they are getting.
Hey there Malwing!
I'd like to think that we are working to make people take another look at Fat Goblin Games products. I'd be happy to send anyone that asks a review copy of Technopath or any FGG product if they agree to give us an honest review for it. :-)
I am that confident that we will blow your mind.
Some of you are going to ask "Hey... they sold this a few years ago? So this is an update and I should get it.. .right?"
Actually, other than the art, this is a complete re-write of the product. There were numerous issues with the old product and the reviews that it got were less than stellar. Using those reviews and customer comments we rebuild this beast from the ground up. More feats, more spells, more archetypes, more awesome.
I cannot wait for you to see the awesome that Kiel Howell put into this!
Mark Seifter wrote:
We looked at them starting from the top of the voters' votes, plus a small number of additional items that I thought were worthy contenders (since I had looked at all of the items). Rest assured, by far the best chance to make the Top 32 was by winning as many votes as possible (all 4 of the Top 4 items by votes made Top 32, for example, and 7 more of the Top 20 by votes are either Top 32 or alternates). In fact, this year had the weakest amount of judge golden ticketing of any year. Other than submitting my few items for the other two judges to consider, I refused to give them any more advantage; if Owen and Liz didn't like them, they didn't advance. We required a strict majority for Top 32, with no golden tickets.
What is a golden ticket? First year playing in RPGSuperstar and have not heard the term before...
Into the fray I throw the Rogueblade. I realize now that the pricing is wrong (masterwork is not doubled) but I would like honest opinions regarding the rest of it. Thanks all and Go Top 32!!
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Jeff Lee wrote:
Ah... so there has not been another cull? First year confusion here. :-D
Jeff Lee wrote:
Uhm... its better than everything being covered in lace, or cobwebs, or whatever the latest vogue thing is to write about. :-)
I am in the military (Army) specifically. My current favorite item is one that no Soldier would go without, and one that all Soldiers universally love. Praise praise praise for this item.
Hopefully this is vague enough. Those who are in the Army will probably zero right in, and if required, please delete. :-D
Shield designers, you are cool people. Other than a couple of pre-cull shields, they've all been easy favourites. I would be disappointed if most of you didn't make the top 32, even if that does make the top 32 shield heavy.
Sent this to a friend who submitted a shield and has had an extremely bad day. You made it better so thank you. :-D
Hello there! So if there is an X by my item, it's been seen, right? (very confused first timer here.. )
Monica Marlowe wrote:
Go for it and may the odds be ever in your favor! Oh wait, wrong game.
Actually Monica, that reference is probably right for this particular competition. We winnow things down until there are 32. They are then placed in the arena where a struggle occurs until only one remains. RPG Hunger Games Season 9 begins in less than 4 hours... :-D
+5 Toaster wrote:
:-) Jason Stoffa is co-owner and writer for Fat Goblin Games along with Rick Hershey. They are the designers behind the Shadows of Vathak setting amongst other items.
Hail and well met!
I have had a great time working with Rick and Jason on Vathak and think that they have a solid foundation for a memorable campaign setting combining Gothic horror and survival strategy. Enjoy scaring the heck out of your players and bring the Old Ones to your gaming table by picking up Return to Vathak.
Take care and good gaming!
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