Ultimate Spell Decks: Sorcerer & Wizard Spell Cards (PFRPG) PDF

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Wish you didn't have to flip through books or search PDFs every time you want to cast a spell? You can't see to remember the range, duration or Save of a spell off the top of your head? Wish you could introduce unique and new spells to your campaigns in an easy format? Help is coming for you in the form of Ultimate Spell Decks: Sorcerer & Wizard Spell Cards.

For use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game players and GMs! Ultimate Spell Decks: Sorcerer & Wizard Spell Cards are printable forms for players and GMs alike which makes managing a spellbook simple and easy. Now your storehouse of magical power will fit right in the palm of your hand with these easy to use, convenient spell decks. Each card contains the significant and relevant rules and description of a different spellcaster's arsenal for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. If you play a Sorcerer or Wizard, then you have to have this product.

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Really Useful

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These (along with the rest of the spell decks and feat deck) I find as both a GM and player to be really useful and well worth the price.

I have seen and heard complaints about each spell being on a single sheet and only being able to print one spell per page. Now there is a trick to this and personally I like this format so much more than if they were to put six to nine spells on a single sheet.

The trick is you have to tell your printer to print multiple pages on a single sheet. Now the reason I like this is that I can also tell it to only print certain pages.

So as a Sorcerer, Bard, or any other spontaneous caster with a limited number of spells known I can just select the spells I know to appear on the sheet that prints. So I only print the spells I need. This also works for a Wizards spell book, Alchemists formulae book, Witch's familiar, or if you only use certain spells out of your list Druid, Ranger, Paladin, etc.

Overall these are great and I recommend them to anyone who plays or deals with spellcasters frequently.


What Happened to the Old Format???

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EDIT: LPJ has been nice enough to answer questions and help find a way to make this less ink-intensive. So it should work better.

In that format, it should work better. Still, It would have been nice to see it in the old format.

PREVIOUS REVIEW: SEE DISCUSSIONS-Well, after waiting all this time (since December?) This was a disappointing Download that will cost WAYYYY too much to ever use.

When LPJ first did his spell decks, they were very usable for the average player. ~6 spells per page, alphabetical by level. So, you could have all of the L0 - L2 spells for your Lvl 4 wizard easily avaiable. Very nice and nothtat bad to print out.

Now we get this thing. 400+ PAGES!!!! In color (there goes your ink cartridge) and only 1 spell per page??? Better off just carrying the PFRPG book with you.

I am REALLY disappointed. I cannot see very many uses for this in a RPG. Even your average player would have to print dozens of pagen just to play a 3rd level wizard...

This series went from being a great tool to being a waste of a good idea.

I would avoid this one, especially at $5.99...

Sorry, Louis, but you lost me on this one...



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To be clear, you are buying an electronic form that you must then print out, not a set of "playing cards" with the spell information on them?


Pathfinder Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Yes

-- david
Papa.DRB

Draeke Raefel wrote:
To be clear, you are buying an electronic form that you must then print out, not a set of "playing cards" with the spell information on them?


I haven't gone back to look at the other card sets, but I hope this isn't the new format. (And if so, I'm glad I got mine before the switch).

Am I missing something with this set?

Your older spell cards were nice because there were 6 spells per page on a very art-lite/ printer frendly format.

The wizard set I just downloaded is art heavy (detailed border on EVERY card) and it will just consume nk cartridges...and now you get one spell per page...

WHY????

How is this any better than having the PFRPG book?

If I am missing something and this is usable like the other sets (6 per page) PLEASE expalin to me what I'm missing.

Otherwise, in my opinion, this was a big letdown...


gigglestick wrote:

I haven't gone back to look at the other card sets, but I hope this isn't the new format. (And if so, I'm glad I got mine before the switch).

Am I missing something with this set?

Your older spell cards were nice because there were 6 spells per page on a very art-lite/ printer frendly format.

The wizard set I just downloaded is art heavy (detailed border on EVERY card) and it will just consume nk cartridges...and now you get one spell per page...

WHY????

How is this any better than having the PFRPG book?

If I am missing something and this is usable like the other sets (6 per page) PLEASE expalin to me what I'm missing.

Otherwise, in my opinion, this was a big letdown...

I have heard the complaints and I WILL BE releasing an updated version with 6 cards to the page. We MAY do a blank card version without the border art if there is a large demand for it. So I hope you forgive up for this oversight. Thanks for your support.


LMPjr007 wrote:
gigglestick wrote:

I haven't gone back to look at the other card sets, but I hope this isn't the new format. (And if so, I'm glad I got mine before the switch).

Am I missing something with this set?

Your older spell cards were nice because there were 6 spells per page on a very art-lite/ printer frendly format.

The wizard set I just downloaded is art heavy (detailed border on EVERY card) and it will just consume nk cartridges...and now you get one spell per page...

WHY????

How is this any better than having the PFRPG book?

If I am missing something and this is usable like the other sets (6 per page) PLEASE expalin to me what I'm missing.

Otherwise, in my opinion, this was a big letdown...

I have heard the complaints and I WILL BE releasing an updated version with 6 cards to the page. We MAY do a blank card version without the border art if there is a large demand for it. So I hope you forgive up for this oversight. Thanks for your support.

Well, then, thank the gods for that.

If we get this in the old format, it would instantly become a 5 star value again.

Thanks.

(But in the meantime, how do you see the prenet version being used? As it stands, it looks like I would have a bunch of 8 1/3 x 11 pages with one spell each...)


gigglestick wrote:

How is this any better than having the PFRPG book?

If I am missing something and this is usable like the other sets (6 per page) PLEASE expalin to me what I'm missing.

Otherwise, in my opinion, this was a big letdown...

Here is a little help that Donna Fitch used that you might find very helpful:

I was so relieved to find these cards. They contain all the spells in the Pathfinder core book, one spell per page. At first I was unsure about how to print them out, but a little experimentation solved that. The one spell per page arrangement allows for maximum flexibility. Simply set your printer to the desired number of cards per page. I started with 9 per sheet, printing on card stock, but the letters were rather tiny. Younger eyes than mine might find them acceptable. I settled on 4 per sheet, which almost exactly fit to pre-scored postcard stock (there's a little overlap when they're torn apart, but that's okay).

I hope this helps!


Not to mention that with single spells per page you can print only the spells you want. For example, if I have a Sorcerer and only need the spells on P.8, 15, 20, and 22 you can set your printer to just print those pages, set it to print 4 pages per sheet, and there you have all your spells on one sheet. With the 6 spells per page format I'd often have to print a sheet with spells I don't need at the time just to get the one or two spells I did need. I'm actually happier with the new format than with the old.


Cool :-)
Kudos to Louis Porter Jr. Design
it's rare to see that someone actually responds to gamer complaints and more rare to see that the creator actually responds to the complaint with a fitting solution. or even is willing to discuss it.
i guess that's one of the main reasons i like products sold on this site, besides the exceptional good quality of all their products.
i'm just going to buy this big 400 page ink eating thing becasue of that. Oh and because i like big documents with lots of stuff in it.

yeah i know.. i'm weird... but i guess LPJ doesn't mind, paizo doesn't mind, my gamers definetly don't mind, my wife minds, but i don't listen to her (when its about gaming). so.... euhm... lets see those spells.


Pathfinder Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I was going to complain about the one per page also, until I read Louis' suggestion to print multiple per page (I didn't know you could do that!). Now for the wizard in my group, I can print 4/page and just give him the sheets that he needs.

This is really cool! Thanks for the one per page.

-- david
Papa.DRB


Papa-DRB wrote:

I was going to complain about the one per page also, until I read Louis' suggestion to print multiple per page (I didn't know you could do that!). Now for the wizard in my group, I can print 4/page and just give him the sheets that he needs.

This is really cool! Thanks for the one per page.

-- david
Papa.DRB

Not a problem. Thanks for the support!

Liberty's Edge

Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber

Have these been kept up to date with Erratas and Advanced Players Guide?


Dragnmoon wrote:
Have these been kept up to date with Erratas and Advanced Players Guide?

No they have not updated the errata, I have been focused on the release of NeoExodus: A House Divided, but we do have a Ultimate Spell Decks for all the Advanced Player's Guide available here.

Liberty's Edge

Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
LMPjr007 wrote:
Dragnmoon wrote:
Have these been kept up to date with Erratas and Advanced Players Guide?
No they have not updated the errata, I have been focused on the release of NeoExodus: A House Divided, but we do have a Ultimate Spell Decks for all the Advanced Player's Guide available here.

Are you planning on adding the Advanced Players guide spells to these? Or are you going to keep the a seperate product?


Dragnmoon wrote:
Are you planning on adding the Advanced Players guide spells to these? Or are you going to keep the a seperate product?

Most likely separate, but you can purchase all the spell decks in a huge bundle via RPGNow.com.

Liberty's Edge

Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
LMPjr007 wrote:
Dragnmoon wrote:
Are you planning on adding the Advanced Players guide spells to these? Or are you going to keep the a seperate product?
Most likely separate, but you can purchase all the spell decks in a huge bundle via RPGNow.com.

How do I get notification when and if they are updated for errata?


Dragnmoon wrote:
How do I get notification when and if they are updated for errata?

You "should" receive notification from what ever site you purchased at when we do updates.


The only thing i would like chagned, is for the ultimate spell collection to treat the APG classes like the core classes with regard to spell reprints.

For example, there is no Cure Light Wounds in the inquisitor section, I'd have to print an additional page of cleric to get that spell, same goes for any other spells that overlap with APG classes.


Spahrep wrote:

The only thing i would like chagned, is for the ultimate spell collection to treat the APG classes like the core classes with regard to spell reprints.

For example, there is no Cure Light Wounds in the inquisitor section, I'd have to print an additional page of cleric to get that spell, same goes for any other spells that overlap with APG classes.

I will see what I can do about that.


LMPjr007 wrote:
Spahrep wrote:

The only thing i would like chagned, is for the ultimate spell collection to treat the APG classes like the core classes with regard to spell reprints.

For example, there is no Cure Light Wounds in the inquisitor section, I'd have to print an additional page of cleric to get that spell, same goes for any other spells that overlap with APG classes.

I will see what I can do about that.

I am interested in purchasing these, but I will wait to see if this can get fixed beforehand.

These would be very useful, as I DM a Runelords game for 7 PC's, and it would help speed combat up for me...who can remember all the little details of spells and effects!! I barely remember what I had for breakfast today!

Consider me very interested in these...the bundle sounds good, too.


Torillan wrote:
LMPjr007 wrote:

I am interested in purchasing these, but I will wait to see if this can get fixed beforehand.

These would be very useful, as I DM a Runelords game for 7 PC's, and it would help speed combat up for me...who can remember all the little details of spells and effects!! I barely remember what I had for breakfast today!

Consider me very interested in these...the bundle sounds good, too.

People have been asking for this and I have been putting it off for otther work. Might have to look into this a little more...


LMPjr007 wrote:


People have been asking for this and I have been putting it off for otther work. Might have to look into this a little more...

Then I'm there! Thanks for listening to your customers. That means more than you know...


Torillan wrote:
Then I'm there! Thanks for listening to your customers. That means more than you know...

OK good news It looks like we will be releasing the Alchemist and Summoner Spell Decks this week. Enjoy!


Is there anywhere I can see a preview of what it looks like?


beholder87 wrote:
Is there anywhere I can see a preview of what it looks like?

Sure go right here and click on any of the links and you will be able to see sample cards in the deck. Hope this helps!

Scarab Sages

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What I wanna know- is why can't Paizo just publish spell decks so that we dont have to print them ourselves. Like...they made item decks and crit/fumble decks and so on...? You guys get discounts on ink/card stock and so on because you do it in bulk and you would profit largely from this, and we would get nice, shiny, professionally done cards with clear full length spell descriptions on one side; Spell Name, level, and which classes can cast it- on the other. Divide them up by school and sell them for 10-12$ each. I would buy all of them!

In fact- you could even release a collector's edition box set with a free binder w/ card holder pages that is designed and decorated to look like a wizard's grimoire! And everyone who preorders a collector box gets their name embossed in gold lettering on the cover. That would be AWESOME! I would totally pay extra for that.


I'm interested in these decks but can't find a preview of what the actual cards look like. The link given above no longer previews any of the cards.

Scarab Sages

LMPjr007 wrote:
beholder87 wrote:
Is there anywhere I can see a preview of what it looks like?
Sure go right here and click on any of the links and you will be able to see sample cards in the deck. Hope this helps!

It looks like the card previews may have been removed. Are they posted anywhere else?

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