Pathfinder Adventure Path: Rise of the Runelords Deluxe Collector's Edition (PFRPG) Hardcover

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Celebrate 10 years of Paizo Publishing and 5 years of the Pathfinder Adventure Path with the Rise of the Runelords Deluxe Collector's Edition, a stunning presentation of the very first Adventure Path campaign unlike anything you've seen before! This amazing paizo.com-exclusive edition has been produced in extremely limited quantities, and is sure to be remembered for years as one of the most beautiful Pathfinder products ever created.

The Rise of the Runelords Deluxe Collector's Edition comes packed in a gorgeous oversized “magical tome” case modeled after the spellbook of Karzoug, Runelord of Greed, the ultimate villain of the Rise of the Runelords Adventure Path. With real metal casings, leather-like covers, and a working mechanical latch, this presentation case easily doubles as a campaign prop. Inside you'll find a gorgeous hardbound collection of the entire Runelords campaign packed with removable maps and player handouts, as well as a collection of 15 beautiful archival prints of the campaign's key iconic characters and original cover paintings!

Don't miss your chance to own this important part of Pathfinder history!

The Presentation Case

  • Inspired by Runelord Karzoug's “real” magical tome, this beautiful presentation case measures 13 inches tall by 10.75 inches wide by 3 inches thick, and snugly fits all components of the Rise of the Runelords Deluxe Collector's Edition.
  • Features leather-like covers, metal casings, an imitation “grimoire” spine, a 1-inch-thick blood red cloth bookmark, and embossed with a silver-foil Sihedron Rune of the ancient Runelords.
  • Keep your components safe from prying eyes with a working metal latch.
  • Presentation case, deluxe book, and art prints all come packaged in a durable box for hassle-free storage.

The Book

  • This beautifully bound limited-edition of the Rise of the Runelords Adventure Path features 432 pages of glorious color printed on ultra-high-quality paper, making it attractive and durable.
  • Bound in high-quality imitation leather, the book features an ornate spine as well as a silver foil-stamped image of the Runelords' insidious Sihedron Rune.
  • Includes a blood-red bookmark perfect for tracking the campaign's progress!
  • Twenty-two full-color player handouts and key maps are printed on high-quality paper and tucked into slitted pages, allow players to hold important clues while leaving the GM with copies of his own.

The Prints

15 premium full-color prints of key Rise of the Runelords cover images and iconic characters on high-quality art stock paper, all packaged individually in vellum envelopes, and all suitable for framing. All prints feature classic Runelords art by superstar Pathfinder cover artist Wayne Reynolds! Prints include:

  • Rise of the Runelords Anniversary Edition Cover
  • Pathfinder Adventure Path #1 Cover Background
  • Pathfinder Adventure Path #1 Alternate Cover Background
  • Pathfinder Adventure Path #2 Cover Background
  • Pathfinder Adventure Path #3 Cover Background
  • Pathfinder Adventure Path #4 Cover Background
  • Pathfinder Adventure Path #5 Cover Background
  • Pathfinder Adventure Path #6 Cover Background
  • Valeros Iconic Character Image
  • Seoni Iconic Character Image
  • Merisiel Iconic Character Image
  • Kyra Iconic Character Image
  • Harsk Iconic Character Image
  • Ezren Iconic Character Image
  • Karzoug Character Image

The Rise of the Runelords Deluxe Collector's Edition is not part of any subscription, but Pathfinder Adventure Path subscribers who preorder this book will receive a free PDF edition of this book when the print edition ships. (Note that you will need to have an active AP subscription at the time the Deluxe Collector's Edition ships in order to receive the PDF for free.)

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Rise of the Runelords Deluxe Collector's Edition is sanctioned for use in Pathfinder Society Organized Play. The rules and Chronicle sheets for running this Adventure Path are available as a free download (438 KB zip/PDF).

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Fantastic Quality

5/5

This book is well worth the price. The quality is amazing, the prints are beautiful (actually going to frame them and hang them) and the individual handouts are extremely helpful.

There is literally only 1 tiny thing that I was thrown off-guard about with this book and that is with the locking hinge with the grimoire case. There is a single piton about a centimeter long that is holding the hinge in place and if you hold the case upside down it falls into the metal casing in a way that it allows for the hinge to be removed, and if the hinge is removed and you turn the case right-side up the piton will fall out. Easy remedy, keep the book right-side up or flat on its back to let gravity do its work to keep the hinge in place.

So that is the only concern I had and wanted to put that out there for anyone who wants to purchase this fine piece of awesomeness so they are not caught off-guard as well.


Amazing Book!


I love this thing. I've had it for a while now and the only complaint I have is the star on the cover. The seven pointed star emblem on the cover of the case (not on the book inside) arrived partially scratched off and over time (maybe a few months) it has gathered a couple more scratches so I'm kind of bummed by it's lack of perfection. Everything else is wonderful!


The most awesome ..

5/5

Just got the deluxe edition as a pre-birthday gift from my players, and I have to say: It's the most awesome and unique roleplaying item I've ever had. Needless to say, I'll be using it for many forthcoming sessions, know all I need is a new haircut and color, some diamonds in my forehead and on my hands and loose a few pounds ... ;-)

If paizo ever considers doing other adventure paths in a deluxe edition/reprint (please consider it? plz) - I would suggest to stock some more AP related stuff into the box, like the Sandpoints Pawns, GameFlip mat, a printed version of the Players Guide (to the AP) etc.


Unbelievable

5/5

When he drops it on the table video, it didnt seem that heavy to me. when i went to lift it out of the box, i almost dropped it before i got a second hand in there!

This is a serious amount of metal, and that leather is SO SMOOTH to the touch. this is not a book make to look like a leather and metal bound tome, this IS a leather and metal bound tome!

the artwork in envelopes are also vastly better quality than what the video presents. the stock they are on cant be called paper, not sure what the industry term is for it. it is extremely thick and durable and the colors just shine off it.

Words cant describe... should have sent a poet...


beautiful!

5/5

There's not much I can add in a review that hasn't already been said by the others, except that it looks far better in person than it does in the pictures and videos.

My only possible complaint might be that the simulated edges of "pages" on the presentation box seem a bit too white, and might have used a very light stain to a colour more like aged parchment, but that's only a very, very minor nit-pick, and the case still looks great without it.

The hardware seems to be steel, and it's fastened to the cover with screws, making the construction quite sturdy. The clasp is a perfect fit - neither too loose, nor too snug.

The apparently fake leather of the box and book looks and feels quite real, and it's very soft and comfortable to the touch. This may be the nicest cover material of any book in my small collection. The spine of the box and book are textured as if the contents were bound with a heavy cord under the leather (though I don't think that's actually the case, rather just a simulation.)

The inside of the box cover seems to be a very heavy, high-quality paper, and the box itself is lined with a nice, black cloth, with a dark red ribbon which makes lifting the contents out of the box easier. The inside dimensions of the box are just right for holding your typical RPG book, or the Pathfinder DM screen and one or more Flip Maps, for example. (As others noted, if it's not holding the special edition RotRl book, it would make a fine box to store a DM's screen, dice, paper, and other such materials in.)

The book is printed in vivid colour in high-quality detail on heavy paper. This is the first time I've seen a Pathfinder adventure path of any sort, but I would have to imagine this is much higher quality printing than the original. The artwork is quite beautiful, meeting or exceeding Paizo's usual standards, the text is crisp and easy to read, and everything seems quite well-organized and easy to follow. The adventure is quite detailed (there is, perhaps, almost too much detail: the information provided is quite dense). The binding seems quite secure and well-done - this book seems to be designed for the long-haul (I can't really say the same for any of my other game books.)

The detachable hand-outs are quite a nice touch, though perhaps not really practical for real-life gaming, as I would imagine it could be quite easy to abuse the book by removing and replacing the handouts until things get dog-eared and distressed. Indeed, I would have to say that the book is best used for display as a collector-item only, rather than used on a real-world game table.

The high-quality art prints are another nice touch and could also be used as hand-outs or visual aids, though these seem more like bonus material than an integral part of the adventure path. Each print is protected in its own high-quality translucent paper (not plastic) envelope for protection, and yes the prints do seem to be nice enough to frame if you are so inclined.

I've shelved the book on my bookshelf next to the special edition of The Other Guys' fake-leather-bound special-edition 3.5E core rulebooks; the fit right in with each other, though I'd say that Paizo's product is much nicer than the Other Guys' special edition books.

The whole package seems to me to be worth the price, and I'm sure it will hold its value quite well for the future. Paizo have gone above and beyond on this product, and they've earned 5/5 stars for it.


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Chris Ballard wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
Nights wrote:
...will we ever see a special edition of Pathfinder core rulebook???
We did a signed first printing and auctioned special gold-foil logo copies, both to benefit Japan tsunami relief... but we have nothing planned at the moment. (That's *not* the same as saying we won't ever do one!)
That was a nice thing.

But was it Lucasian?

The Exchange

Henning Kristensen wrote:


Negatives: huge shipping costs and customs hassle here in Denmark - including a $25 fee that the postal office rakes in, no matter how much the actual tax amount is. Often just a few dollars in tax + a hefty $25 in handling fee.

For us europeans, it would be much more convenient if it was possible for Paizo to ship from within the EU. If this was the case, then I would absolutely buy all my gaming supplies directly from Paizo. And most likely buy a bit more than I do today.

100% agree. I'm getting thoroughly drained of cash for postage and customs fees. Dwarven Forge have managed to set up a European distributor.

Is the time right yet Vic?

Grand Lodge

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Lilith wrote:
my signed copy of Keep on the Borderlands and the Red Box Player Manual.

Wow! Signed copies of Keep on the Borderland and the Red Box Player Manual!

***bows down in homage***

Mazra

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

brock wrote:
Henning Kristensen wrote:


Negatives: huge shipping costs and customs hassle here in Denmark - including a $25 fee that the postal office rakes in, no matter how much the actual tax amount is. Often just a few dollars in tax + a hefty $25 in handling fee.

For us europeans, it would be much more convenient if it was possible for Paizo to ship from within the EU. If this was the case, then I would absolutely buy all my gaming supplies directly from Paizo. And most likely buy a bit more than I do today.

100% agree. I'm getting thoroughly drained of cash for postage and customs fees. Dwarven Forge have managed to set up a European distributor.

Is the time right yet Vic?

We tried that when we were doing the magazines. Twice, actually. It went badly. And our business is much more complicated now, making it that much harder. (Just one example: we'd basically have to redo our entire website back end even just to tell you what products would be shipping from which location, and that would also probably confuse more people than it actually helped.)

To be frank, I just don't see it happening anytime soon.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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By the way, our printer just sent us final weights. The deluxe edition of the book itself weighs over 4.5 pounds. Adding the art prints and presentation box brings it to nearly 10 pounds. Add the carton that contains it all, and we're at 10.25 pounds. And that's not even counting the box that we'll be *shipping* it in.

For comparison, the Core Rulebook weighs just under 4.25 pounds. Frog God's Tome of Horrors Complete weighs just over 4.5 pounds, and their Slumbering Tsar weighs just under 5.5 pounds.

Did I mention this thing is *massive*?


*whimper*

I'm still trying to convince the fiancee that I should be allowed to have this beast... and with 18 days to go 'til wedded bliss, I don't know if I can pull it off before the preorders are all sold out... :P

Were you going to have a mock-up at PaizoCon that I could try to seduce her with?

Grand Lodge

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PathfinderFan64 wrote:
I have a serious question for someone in shipping. I ordered the Deluxe Collectors Edition and decided to have it ship with my monthly shipment. Will the book be too heavy to do this safely? I am worried the weight will damage some of the other items. Should I change it to ship on it's own?

I think you'll be safe -- I did the same. Paizo's very careful about their packing for the shipments. Finally, if anything's damaged in shipping, I'm sure they'll do right by ya.

Grand Lodge

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber
Mike Dowd wrote:

*whimper*

I'm still trying to convince the fiancee that I should be allowed to have this beast... and with 18 days to go 'til wedded bliss, I don't know if I can pull it off before the preorders are all sold out... :P

Were you going to have a mock-up at PaizoCon that I could try to seduce her with?

Too bad Paizo doesn't offer a wedding gift registry...

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Thorkull wrote:
Mike Dowd wrote:

*whimper*

I'm still trying to convince the fiancee that I should be allowed to have this beast... and with 18 days to go 'til wedded bliss, I don't know if I can pull it off before the preorders are all sold out... :P

Were you going to have a mock-up at PaizoCon that I could try to seduce her with?

Too bad Paizo doesn't offer a wedding gift registry...

We do have the wishlist function. :D

Grand Lodge

What, if anything, will be different about the PDF version, than the Anniversary Edition?


Thorkull wrote:
Mike Dowd wrote:

*whimper*

I'm still trying to convince the fiancee that I should be allowed to have this beast... and with 18 days to go 'til wedded bliss, I don't know if I can pull it off before the preorders are all sold out... :P

Were you going to have a mock-up at PaizoCon that I could try to seduce her with?

Too bad Paizo doesn't offer a wedding gift registry...

It's too late for me, but if one were to marry a fellow gamer, this would be so awesome. The only thing the wishlist function would lack for this to work would be the ability to see how many of a particular item had already been purchased...


I did it... I couldn't stand the thought of this book slipping through my fingers. Good thing I held off buying the standard version. Now, to try and keep my wallet from screaming about EVERYTHING ELSE I have to figure out how to pay for...

Soooo excited for this though

Shadow Lodge

Aeshuura wrote:
What, if anything, will be different about the PDF version, than the Anniversary Edition?

PDF is exactly the same.

The Exchange

Vic Wertz wrote:
brock wrote:
Henning Kristensen wrote:


Negatives: huge shipping costs and customs hassle here in Denmark - including a $25 fee that the postal office rakes in, no matter how much the actual tax amount is. Often just a few dollars in tax + a hefty $25 in handling fee.

For us europeans, it would be much more convenient if it was possible for Paizo to ship from within the EU. If this was the case, then I would absolutely buy all my gaming supplies directly from Paizo. And most likely buy a bit more than I do today.

100% agree. I'm getting thoroughly drained of cash for postage and customs fees. Dwarven Forge have managed to set up a European distributor.

Is the time right yet Vic?

We tried that when we were doing the magazines. Twice, actually. It went badly. And our business is much more complicated now, making it that much harder. (Just one example: we'd basically have to redo our entire website back end even just to tell you what products would be shipping from which location, and that would also probably confuse more people than it actually helped.)

To be frank, I just don't see it happening anytime soon.

Thanks for the candid response Vic.

I was thinking on a slightly smaller scale. Ship all of the EU subscription orders in a shipping container to a Paizo subsidiary in the UK (no VAT on books) with final destination labels in place. Then have them enter the postal service from that point. Shipping would cost less, and I believe the tax/duty on moving your own products from your US to UK branch would be cheaper too. EU subscribers would then not have to handle the mixed and varied duty and tax issues for their own countries due to the free trade situation within the EU. I know it would encourage me to buy more stuff to add to my subscription orders as I wouldn't have to juggle the tax/customs/duty issues.

Plus you would have an EU area phone number for customer support issues.


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Vic Wertz wrote:

We tried that when we were doing the magazines. Twice, actually. It went badly. And our business is much more complicated now, making it that much harder. (Just one example: we'd basically have to redo our entire website back end even just to tell you what products would be shipping from which location, and that would also probably confuse more people than it actually helped.)

To be frank, I just don't see it happening anytime soon.

Thanks for your response, Vic. I would have thought that there were companies that one could partner with, who did just this - helped other companies maintain a legal, virtual storefront in other regions of the world.

The details and regulations in international shipping with fees, consolidation, taxes, declarations, freight forwarding and stuff is probably quite a bit more complex than I imagine.

Oh-well... We danes can't really blame Paizo for the sad and pathetic Danish postal “service”.

Sovereign Court

brock wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
brock wrote:
Henning Kristensen wrote:


Negatives: huge shipping costs and customs hassle here in Denmark - including a $25 fee that the postal office rakes in, no matter how much the actual tax amount is. Often just a few dollars in tax + a hefty $25 in handling fee.

For us europeans, it would be much more convenient if it was possible for Paizo to ship from within the EU. If this was the case, then I would absolutely buy all my gaming supplies directly from Paizo. And most likely buy a bit more than I do today.

100% agree. I'm getting thoroughly drained of cash for postage and customs fees. Dwarven Forge have managed to set up a European distributor.

Is the time right yet Vic?

We tried that when we were doing the magazines. Twice, actually. It went badly. And our business is much more complicated now, making it that much harder. (Just one example: we'd basically have to redo our entire website back end even just to tell you what products would be shipping from which location, and that would also probably confuse more people than it actually helped.)

To be frank, I just don't see it happening anytime soon.

Thanks for the candid response Vic.

I was thinking on a slightly smaller scale. Ship all of the EU subscription orders in a shipping container to a Paizo subsidiary in the UK (no VAT on books) with final destination labels in place. Then have them enter the postal service from that point. Shipping would cost less, and I believe the tax/duty on moving your own products from your US to UK branch would be cheaper too. EU subscribers would then not have to handle the mixed and varied duty and tax issues for their own countries due to the free trade situation within the EU. I know it would encourage me to buy more stuff to add to my subscription orders as I wouldn't have to juggle the tax/customs/duty issues.

Plus you would have an EU area phone number for customer support issues.

If this did happen, I would sub to a couple of lines (rpg, tokens) which I don't currently because of the extra shipping/duty cost. I would probably order more metal pathfinder minis from paizo as well, rather than relying on patchy mail-order from stores in London.

Liberty's Edge

Though, I imagine that the shipping container route, while very likely a plausible option, would be really slow. You'd be better off ordering through Amazon,I imagine.

Dark Archive

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Personally I won't mind one bit if it takes a week or two longer for me to get my stuff if it means not having to deal with the added expenses of importing from the US.

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HangarFlying wrote:
Though, I imagine that the shipping container route, while very likely a plausible option, would be really slow. You'd be better off ordering through Amazon,I imagine.

It would probably be a bit slower, although the current speed is variable. With Amazon, I don't get the PDF and I don't get the pleasure of supporting Paizo directly. Those two reasons are why I subscribe. The discount I get is what makes me able to subscribe in that it brings the cost down to a swallowable increase above buying from Amazon.

I'd swap an increase in shipping time to avoid having to pay £8 to the post office for the pleasure of paying £1 in duty on a subscription box that happens to contain enough non-book items to attract the eye of customs and excise.

Sovereign Court

I would also happily take the time in return for the pdfs.

Also, Amazon.co.uk aint great for ordering Paizo stuff. Paizo.com has clarity and customer service.

Liberty's Edge

brock wrote:
HangarFlying wrote:
Though, I imagine that the shipping container route, while very likely a plausible option, would be really slow. You'd be better off ordering through Amazon,I imagine.

It would probably be a bit slower, although the current speed is variable. With Amazon, I don't get the PDF and I don't get the pleasure of supporting Paizo directly. Those two reasons are why I subscribe. The discount I get is what makes me able to subscribe in that it brings the cost down to a swallowable increase above buying from Amazon.

I'd swap an increase in shipping time to avoid having to pay £8 to the post office for the pleasure of paying £1 in duty on a subscription box that happens to contain enough non-book items to attract the eye of customs and excise.

I agree to this and to several posts here! The postal service expenses for handling these packages inDenmark are really annoying....

Dark Archive

If there is some sort of mix up, and some people who preordered don't get one, and I am one of those people I am going to kill myself (not really just joking)


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Best to preorder two, just to be sure.

Dark Archive

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Ohmygodwant


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cynarion wrote:
Anyone want to start a 'how to convince your wife this is a good purchase' thread? I am in need of some tips... ; )

So...I finally broached this subject with the wife.

###

ME: Check this out! <hands over laptop>

WIFE: Wow.

ME: <sigh>

WIFE: What?

ME: I wish I could just buy it.

WIFE: <shrugs>

<pause>

ME: Did you see the price? <points>

WIFE: Yeah. What about it?

ME: It's two hundred dollars!

WIFE: And?

ME: And shipping will be seventy dollars! (Since changed to $80, but hey, minor details...)

WIFE: Look, I trust you. If you want it, and we can afford it, just buy it.

ME: <goggle eyes>

SUPER-AWESOME BEST WIFE EVER: What, is there something on my face?

Dark Archive

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cynarion wrote:
stuff

Don't worry sometime in the future when she really wants to buy something you don't want her to buy she will remind you of this. It's a good tactic. :D

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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Mike Dowd wrote:
Were you going to have a mock-up at PaizoCon that I could try to seduce her with?

Better than that: our printer samples arrived today, and I believe we'll have one on display in the store. The *only* difference between the sample and the finished product is that the sihedron rune on the presentation box isn't in exactly the right position on the sample.

We're all thrilled with how it turned out; I think this is easily one of the coolest products we've ever made. Maybe even *the* coolest.


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Vic Wertz wrote:
We're all thrilled with how it turned out; I think this is easily one of the coolest products we've ever made. Maybe even *the* coolest.

Rather embarassingly, I remember thinking you may have 'peaked' with Kingmaker and bracing myself to begin to become a jaded customer.

.
Since then, with the rejig of the player's companions, the continued experimentation and tweaking of the Adventure Paths, the increasing tie-ins between your various product lines, the miniatures and now this...you've successively proved me wrong many times over. Now I'm just wondering how you're going to top all that? The bar is getting higher and higher. :)

(And I'm not even counting the comics and soon-to-be-subscribable pawns!)

Dark Archive

I just ordered but man you guys better cut us all a break on the timing of the next mini set or it's going to get ugly at my house.


I think Fry sums up my feelings on this quite nicely.

;D

Grand Lodge

And, wow, currently this is #2 on sales rank...


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Aaron Stanton wrote:
And, wow, currently this is #2 on sales rank...

I wonder if that's based on number of units or dollar value. The latter wouldnt be a surprise, but if it's based on number sold it would sure surprise me.


Ordered mine last night. :)
Not bothered by the price. I'm not going to say it's too expensive just because I don't have a lot of money, I think it's a really good price for what you get. I'd buy two if I could.

Thanks Paizo. ^_^


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Ordered Saturday. I made the mistake of picking the thing up and looking through it in the Paizo store and decided my life wouldn't be complete without it. Same thing happened to me with the iPad. :)

Now, about those RotR minis...
M


Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

Ordered mine last week. Now I just have to convince my DM to run it for us.


mearrin69 wrote:

Ordered Saturday. I made the mistake of picking the thing up and looking through it in the Paizo store and decided my life wouldn't be complete without it. Same thing happened to me with the iPad. :)

Now, about those RotR minis...
M

Stupid Vic. Making me hold it. Stop making me spend money!

Dark Archive

So mearrin 69 , is it really worth my 200? does it feel as nice as it looks?


Well, it should be ~$170 with your discount...so there's that!

Yeah. It's pretty sweet. I just finished running this for my group so it has sentimental value to me I guess...but I'd consider getting it even if not. It's a weighty tome and nicely done. When I get it I'll be sorely pressed not to glue gemstones to my head and hands and have somebody snap a pic of me holding it. :)
M


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I want it but Im working to get the cash together. Vic or Liz with there be posting that Paizo only has x number of copies left. I really want to make sure I can get a copy. Thanks

Liberty's Edge

To keep my collection complete I had to order this :-) Since this is a one in a decade product I figured I could spend the money on it.

I am really looking forward to seeing how it look in real life!


Put my order in. :)

Never played RotRL before (never even read a single page!) but i love collectible stuff like this, and i love reading APs, and i'll definately find an opportunity to run it for somebody at some point... After Splinters of Faith, Slumbering Tsar, Rappan Athuk, Obsidian Apocalypse...

You know, i get the feeling i already own enough adventure material to keep players busy for the rest of my life, but i don't care!


Just pre-ordered mine. By the time it comes in it should be a nice birthday present to myself. :-)

L


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I hate you Vic Wertz. Why did you have to make me hold it. You called out to me, as if you knew who I was. You said, "have you had the tour" in a soft, innocent voice. "Why no, I haven't," I replied. From the moment I held your child, I knew I wouldn't be able to resist the urge to have one of my own. For five full days I resisted the constant desire to caress something so beautiful, so pure.

Five days past. I thought I had reached the point where I could safely put it out of my mind and move on with my life. Then it struck! It struck with a passion so blinding I may as well been standing before a nymph. Without thought I clicked my mouse a dozen times, randomly, across the breadth of my screen, unable to read the words written upon the page.

When my vision returned, I had an email from Paizo. An email thanking me for my "purchase" and for parting with one hundred and seventy of my precious dollars. Within moments I was overcome with fear and dispare, not for my future delivery, but for what would have to come next.

..to be continued.


That Karzoug is pretty wily isn't he? Glad I could teach him a few tricks about enticing people.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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Who, me?

I'd never do such a thing.

I would also never point out that Wayne Reynolds sells art prints at conventions at $15 each, or $40 for three, so that the equivalent value of just the art prints in the deluxe edition is $120. What a bargain!

By the way, have you all seen this blog post?


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That's a great idea. :)

Like all good ideas, it's obvious once someone has pointed it out.

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I held it in my hands at PaizoCon (yes, I blame Vic).

This edition is the single most amazing RPG release I've ever seen from Paizo, and that is setting the bar pretty damn high. The case, the handouts, the prints, it's just such a truly over-the-top treatment. I mean, the case clasps are really metal. If it were a lot scruffier, you would think it was some tome from the 13th century.

Sort of resets the bar of what is possible in RPG publishing. My hat's off to the Paizo crew.

Sczarni

Whelp...there goes more dollars.

At least its going towards something I love!

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Card Game, Companion, Lost Omens, Maps, Pawns, Rulebook Subscriber

But, but ... I've already got two copies of the regular hardback edition (I didn't make it up to PaizoCon, so I couldn't get my pre-ordered copy signed, but I have a really helpful VC ...)

Do I really need yet a third copy of the book?

(Not to mention I've just bumped my subscriptions up to include the rulebooks; those "free" PDFs for the Bestiary Box tipped the scale there. I'm not sure how much more of this "free" stuff I can afford).

There again, it is amazingly shiny ...

To be continued?


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Society Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

I got $30.00 off! Yay!

Which means it only cost me half as much as the Rappan Athuk Kickstarter.

Which means I'll get to have food again by....
Crap.
Y'all my have to buy me a hot dog at GenCon so I don't starve to death at the table in the PFS room.

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