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I get so excited whenever the superdungeons from Dungeons of Golarion get new material.

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Don't overlook the write up of Falcon's Hollow in Towns of the Inner Sea.

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80% funded as of today. Let's start talking stretch goals!

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Listening to Know Direction's podcast coverage of Paizocon, you can hear a ripple of "awwwwww" run through the audience when the final cover is presented.

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Is "Rage of Wyrms" a deliberate play on words for Paizo's old 3.5 campaign?

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A friend of mine proposed "E" and "er" as a gender neutral version of he/she and him/her, respectively. I like the elegance of the capital E.

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One of the best maps they've ever made, and vital for running some older PFS scenarios. I'm so glad this is back in print!

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Samy wrote:
Will there be more fully statted sample levels this time? Only two in Dungeons of Golarion was a bit disappointing.

Castles of the Inner Sea included a "level map" for each of the six locations.

I wouldn't mind devoting more space to fewer locations, but I suspect that 10 page articles is the sweet spot for their monthly publications.

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Findeladlara is an elven deity that does not answer the prayers of non-elves. She is a noted exception to the norm.

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Pathfinder Unchained sounds like a spiritual successor to Unearthed Arcana.

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Reading the sourcebook for the Worldwound, there are sections that aren't under demonic control, especially the Sarkorian Steppes to the west.

Going by canon, the land would be too hostile for agriculture, but it's your game.

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Samasboy1 wrote:
countchocula wrote:


Also deep down I secretly hope he finds a way to become immortal he is just that good of a bad guy.
He could just gain a level.....

If he ever gets three mythic tiers all bets are off.

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There is a demon lord Yhidothrus who occupies the same niche in Golarion as Kyuss does in Greyhawk. Also, according to Wrath of the Righteous, the runelords of Wrath have a history of worshiping demon lords.

I couldn't find anything on the wiki regarding dracoliches, but there are unnamed raveners, a powerful type of undead dragon, lurking in the ruins of xin-shalast. You could say Dragotha is one of them.

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I personally feel that the Black Magga encounter is a good idea (PCs do damage control in a fight they can't really win) that happens at a really bad time (a random encounter at the tail end of a chapter of an adventure path). I cut it.

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Campaign Traits are generally more powerful than other traits, and are intended to only be used in said campaign. So a bard in Mummy Mask might be better than a rogue in Mummy Mask, but otherwise the rogue is still king of finding magical traps.

Now, if you want to argue that bard archetypes with trapfinding are better than rogues, I can see that argument.

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Kevin Andrew Murphy wrote:
Okay, she violates evolution. Whatever.

Calistria violates everything. Such is her way.

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Could a new player making a character find everything they need in the Strategy Guide, or do they still need to reference the Core Rulebook/SRD?

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I misread the opening sentence. Will Legendary Games do any adventures featuring Death Bears?

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I hear they have a great hotel there.

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The Flip-Mats have two goals that are at least partially at odds with each other: generic enough for multiple uses, and visually interesting enough to grab people at first sight. This one leans towards the latter, IMO.

I really do appreciate the design choice of breaking the rooms up along the folds. Kudos.

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I can sympathize. Capstones are shiny.

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One things worries me about Fort Inevitable; their support of slavery. Fort Inevitable resides within the River Kingdoms. The River Kingdoms only have six laws, and one of them is against slavery.

The town probably operates under the radar of Daggermark and Pitax, but it's only a matter of time before someone gets wise, and it will probably be bad times for the fort.

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Prospective investors want to understand all the features!

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With the module line expanding this way, i wonder if we'll see some of the suggestions for "off model" adventure paths incorporated into this line, such as paths that start above level one.

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The new format is a lot to digest. I really like the module size as it is (longer than a scenario, punchier than a AP chapter) but this means we're getting MORE adventure per year for LESS money, so clearly, I'm in favor of it. I'm just scared by the unknown.

Also, it's a first level module with Kobolds and dragons. My Beginner Box game will eat this up.

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I have important questions! Important questions Justin already asked!

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I really liked his work, especially Guide to Darkmoon Vale.

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Finally, the Virtual Tabletop will let me play as Vic Wertz.

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The most pressing question is, will there be badgers of action?

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D, E, maaaaaaybe A.

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Vic Wertz wrote:
The priorities, in a general ranking, are: hardcover books, Adventure Paths, other monthly books, other monthly non-books, books that are less than monthly, non-books that are less than monthly. Also, anything that has a subscription is higher priority than anything that doesn't.

Now, more than ever, I want the module line to go monthly.

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Thistletop probably barely counts due to its size, but it's my favorite low level dungeon. It has such a great layout and look.

Honorable mention (since it hasn't been detailedl) goes to Viperwall.

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Wraith235 wrote:
the general Feeling I get is that SL Characters (on average) dont enjoy working for the Para Countess.

I get the same vibe from the Lantern Lodge doing Qadira's dirty work. Those are some shady missions in the early seasons.

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As stated above, i wouldn't count either The Inner Sea Guide or Rise of the Runelords with the others, as they are extensions of the Campaign and Adventure Path lines.

Their current output is a touch too fast for me, but that's my personal taste, and I think I lag behind the average response.

Even then, I bought nine of those ten books in either physical or digital format, and I'm really excited about the upcoming books announced (Ultimate Campaign, NPC Codex, and Mythic Adventure). So I would say very slightly faster than what I would like.

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So, all told, how many of the flip-map/map packs feature Sandpoint locations?

I know that the Town Square Flip_mat does, and I suppose the map included with Pathfinder issue 1 would count, although strictly not a flip mat.

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I crack up every time I see the "Erik Mona at White Castle" picture.

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I dedicate this part of the thread to people who thought it said "TinA Fey."

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Erik Freund wrote:
"Hey, I'm not gonna tell you what to do, but I have some stone tablets that will improve this path a bit..."

But I paraphrase. ;)

I'm just replying to single out how great Erik's advice is. Simply clicking favorite seemed lacking.

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Steel_Wind wrote:
I've sent out my conversion notes for running AoW in Golarion pursuant to another request.

Steel Wind, as long as you have the document on hand, do you think you could pass it along? From one Andoren brother to another?

I've been chomping at the bit to run this path, Golarion-style, ever since I 1) recovered all my old Dungeons issues from a mystery box in the basement; and 2) discovered the glory of Yhidothrus, Demon Lord of Filed Off Serial Numbers.

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Howl of the Carrion King - 10 (out of 10)
Whispering Cairn - 9.2
Stolen Land - 8.5
Burnt Offerings - 8
The Wormwood Mutiny -7.5
Shadow in the Sky - 6.7
Bastards of Erebus - 6.5

Can't speak to the others.

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I have tentative plans to put Rappan Athuk near the Worldwound, but I haven't read the book yet.

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It's a small detail, but I love how they marked stairs as going up or down with colors. I kept running my players through Escher-like dungeons because I would get confused reading the maps.

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Gorbacz wrote:
Spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace.

NO ONE'S GOING TO SPACE, MATE!

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Nirmmathas! Molthune! I'm running out of exclamation points! (swoon)

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Yes! This is exactly what I wanted for Isles of the Shackles! Thank you, Paizo!

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I'm torn on the various levels. Part of me wants to go for some sort of continuity between levels; part of me just wants to pick the three weirdest ideas, ecology be damned!

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After reading Dragons Revisited, I'm wondering about a dragon-themed AP. Paizo definitely tried to work dragons into the first few APs, but never as the big bad. I'm wondering where it could be set. Hermea seems unlikely, but the Shackles book does detail three islands ruled by a Red Dragon...

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Jeremiziah wrote:

The man changed his avatar to a grippli. That is street cred, right there.

Compare and contrast this grippli art to that from the 2e MM. Go on, I'll wait.

Right? Right?

I've had a soft spot for the grippli ever since I saw that page.

The only AD&D character I ever played was a grippli. He's over due for a comeback, GOLARION-STYLE!

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