Customs Declaration Request
In my opinion flip mats are printed matter not toys.
So my request: Can maps be declared as printed matter (Edit: which they are) so the next time I have to pay customs it will be just the 10% and not 20% I had to pay this time?
My suggestions to those that did not get the information about this kickstarter except by accident. Read the FFG blog from time to time and subscribe to the Rana reader at their website. You will be well informed of all the goings on with the Frogs.
Thanks for the suggestion, but I am a subscriber to the Rana Reader. But since all the other folks who are doing a second or third Kickstarter use this option I think it will sure inform more people and hopefully potential backers.
Justin Riddler wrote:
No, I really want two comics and two Reta's - thanks for fixing the price.
I hope that the comic will also be available.
Dear Customer Service,
No thanks at all, thank you for giving a superb piece of work away for free!
Here’s a shout out to all who are interested in a great module for FREE!
(I am doing this because I would like to see Book Two of the Temple of Nightmares, so show daemonslye that his work is highly appreciated and ask for the module!)
Steve Geddes wrote:
It's pretty good that they have a "hold my international subscription while we sort out postage issues" option. Looks like it's free, but you can guarantee yourself the first few issues in case it takes a while to sort out.
They really have an excellent customer service – I actually commented on this in my mail to their Community Manager and *flash* the option is available.
I am glad that they also want to do business with the rest of the world :).
Good news for international gamers: I just got an answer from the Community Manager of Gygax magazine:
"Yes, We are currently working to bring the magazine to our international readers at an affordable price. We recognize that the shipping rates are excessive and we are doing our best to find an alternative to USPS. We appreciate your patience as we work to resolve this issue."
...the waiting begins...
I must admit, I am hoping for Paizo to pick this up. I was going to do a year subscription, but it was $35 for the 4 magazines, and $72 postage to Australia....I don't think so.
Me too. Although I live in the country that sounds similar but has no Kangaroos (except in the Zoo) it is $63 shipping.
Dear Customer Service,
I need your help with this order!
With Christmas and New Year Holidays I waited a while for the delivery, but till today I haven't received the order.
Does USPS Priority Mail has a tracking system?
Thanks in advance,
Nicolas Logue wrote:
Nic, thanks for the answer - sorry to hear, tough!
Wish you all the best in the future,
Erik Keith wrote:
Ohhh...I'm looking forward to seeing what additional benefits you'll come up with for us $50+ backers... :)
copied from the kickstarter comments page:
Open Design about 22 hours ago
Correct, print poster is already in there. Here's the complete current status:
$10 PDF everything
Gareth-Michael Skarka wrote:
I have voted for waiting a little bit longer ...
Liz Courts wrote:
The PDF has been updated—if you purchased this previously, you should have received an email notification about it.
Sorry Liz, it seems my post hasn’t been clear. I have ordered via the Adamant Entertainment Store Site and have received my pdf from them. My question was for Mr Skarka, but thanks nonetheless!
Copied from the Kiss the Frog - thread:
Basically the setting and background are too sweeping ot fit neatly into Golarion as is. The Worldwound, as mentione3d, is a good idea, though. What I did, htough, was to ask for a little bit of the world just off the edge of the map where I could play at my leisure and make stuff fit.
My primary attempt was placing it all just off the map to the east of Taldor's Fog Peaks, on the cusp of Casmaron. I made the Battle of Tsar take place about 700 years previously (longer than my originally envisioned 300 years) and tied it into the ultimate downfall of the Taldan hegemony.
The other option that I had just started playing with when I received the final "no thank you" was to place it in southern Garund just off the map. This would have involved a significant change in flavor from its current Eastern Euoprean feel, but I was really getting excited about some of the stuff that could be done with regards to things like the ruins of Great Zimbabwe, a book like Nyambe, and the concept of a once-powerful and sophisticated Garundi empire south of the jungles where most folks think of nothing but savages. I was going to go a little more Robert E Howard with it, but ultimately it too got shelved befoer I really developed much of anything.
So suffice it to say, while I had some ideas, I had no good answers to the question in regards tot he existing Inner Sea Region map.