captain yesterday wrote:Rysky wrote:
I’ve spoken to a Tales writer or two who can back up the manuscripts claim ^w^
Not to be That Guy, but have you seen the manuscripts.
I'm sure you're correct, but, anyone can say anything.
Yes, but there would be little reason to lie about something like this, and it's been collaborated by Erik as well. If they say they have a manuscript ready to go I believe them, just the same as when web team staff announce new products on the horizon.
This isn't Patreon or Kickstarter where I'm waiting on something I've already paid for. I pay for the book when it ships.
Absolutely! I was more curious then anything else.
My wife absolutely loves the Pathfinder Tales, so whatever it takes for them to bring them back I'm game. :-)
Sorry if I sounded accusatory, that wasn't what I was going for.
|Aubrey the Malformed|
Personally, Starfinder is not a must-have and not what I had in mind, which was a 'pure' SF RPG instead of the science fantasy thing we have got instead. I subscribe to the modules because I like reading modules (and occasionally playing them) so I'd be happier with a lot less Starfinder and a lot more modules. I guess that there must be commercial logic to it all but it isn't really thrilling me, but I don't know how representative I am. Possibly Paizo were spreading themselves a bit thin (which is what did for TSR) although I don't really see how SF helps with that.
|Douglas Muir 406|
Now that the modules are being resurrected for second edition, what can we expect for release frequency?
The page currently says:
Paizo releases an average of three new Pathfinder Adventure products annually.
|Adam Daigle Managing Developer|
Is it safe to assume that standalone adventures that start at level 1 will bring characters to about level 4? In future standalone adventures, will there be guidelines that we can use for milestone XP? Thanks!
It's not completely locked in, but that's a fair assumption. Also, I do plan on putting guidelines for level milestones going forward.