Gary Teter wrote:
Great News Gary!
With the announcement of the Pathfinder RPG something that might be of interest would be fan site kits. PC games have been releasing them for some time now for fans of their games to create webpages. These kits typically include artwork and logos that can be used in web design. I have been toying around with a website idea for some time now and this would be very helpful. If you want I can find some links for some fan site kits that are out there for you to take a look at. Plus this would encourge the growth of Paizo and Pathfinder on the web.
Joshua J. Frost wrote:
Yes it does thank you very much
I am not sure if this is the right forum for this as it is not really feedback but more of a question regarding information posted here. I run a website and I would like to review some of the Pathfinder products that I own there, and also plug Paizo products. What I am curious about is use of images. I would like to be able to show the cover of the Issues or images of the products that I am reviewing in my posts? Is this possible?
I have been holding off posting anything on this topic but I find that it is time. I had been a long time subscriber of both Dungeon and Dragon but let my subscriptions go until I saw a Dungeon 129 and I decided to see what I had been missing and boy was I surprised....Adventure Paths - complete campaigns, amazing art and incredible writers...well I just had to know more. So I found Paizo.com and delved right in reading posts (I like to lurk) and I discovering the online supplements for each issue. These were the selling point for me. I read that a new Adventure Path was starting and I wanted in so I subscribed and all was well in the world until the day my smile turned into a frown when it was announced that Dungeon and Dragon would no long be published in print. I was outraged, hurt and disappointed that this was happening, but we received word from Paizo that all would be well they would be able to finish the Adventure Path before moving on. My frown turned upside down and all was right in the world again.
Now almost 6 months since the end of the print edition of Dungeon we are being told that we might if we are lucky get the supplements for the last 3 issues. That Paizo is busy with other projects, so now that I and my players have invested over a year of our time playing the Savage Tide I am about to be out of supplements. I know just make your own, but when I subscribed I did not have to. I expected more from Paizo.
Sorry for Ranting but when I read all the posts on here from people upset about Dungeon and Dragon no longer being published and all the bashing of wizards that went on I just feel extremely let down by Paizo.
I disagree that there is no need for this type of product - the maps that come in the PDF are the same that are in the printed product and therefore display important information that the players should not see. I see on the Pathfinder Blog they are going to release a Map Pack for Rise of the Runelords. Also there are already "web enhancements" for pathfinder. Again this is in the Blog and also mentioned in Pathfinder #5. The download can be retrieved here
I am currently running STAP and just had my first high level death in City of Broken Idols when Khala made a Paladin and Jelly sandwich. Up until this point my character deaths occured at a relatively low level now I have to have a new 15th level character come into the game. I have been pondering the amount of magic that I should allow the new character to have. Does anyone have any guidelines as to the amount of magic items that new high level characters should have.
PS Many Thanks for the online supplement for Dungeon 146!!!!!
Hey everyone - Longtime lurker very infrequent poster - Well my party is nearing the end of The Lightless Depths and I was getting ready for the game and I came across the following
The Bilewretch of Holashner has the following ability "Creature with the lawful subtype take double acid damage from
this attack" - Now since half my party is Lawful good do they fall under the lawful subtype?
By the way amazing work on the adventure paths - They have been great fun