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FOr a blog entry, could you give us the table of contents for the canpaign setting? If not the whole thing, just the main chapter titles. I would be so thrilled.

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Mr. Slaad wrote:
FOr a blog entry, could you give us the table of contents for the canpaign setting? If not the whole thing, just the main chapter titles. I would be so thrilled.

DONE! I'll set that up right now for next Wednesday.

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Nice.

Sovereign Court

YES!! JJ for the win!!!!

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Yay! I can't wait to see what's in that book!

...

Wait a second...

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Mike McArtor wrote:

Yay! I can't wait to see what's in that book!

...

Wait a second...

About 43 pints of your own blood, remember?


Someone wrote a fantastic article on the trade routes of the Inner Sea, too, I hear ...

Plus there's, like, some countries in there or something.

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James Jacobs wrote:
Mike McArtor wrote:

Yay! I can't wait to see what's in that book!

...

Wait a second...

About 43 pints of your own blood, remember?

Blood loss apparently affected his memory.... :)

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Joshua J. Frost wrote:

Someone wrote a fantastic article on the trade routes of the Inner Sea, too, I hear ...

Plus there's, like, some countries in there or something.

TEASE.

Sczarni

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joela wrote:
Joshua J. Frost wrote:

Someone wrote a fantastic article on the trade routes of the Inner Sea, too, I hear ...

Plus there's, like, some countries in there or something.

TEASE.

Isn't that Marketing's job - to tease?

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Cpt_kirstov wrote:
joela wrote:
Joshua J. Frost wrote:

Someone wrote a fantastic article on the trade routes of the Inner Sea, too, I hear ...

Plus there's, like, some countries in there or something.

TEASE.
Isn't that Marketing's job - to tease?

I knew my wife missed her calling....

Dark Archive Contributor

James Jacobs wrote:
Mike McArtor wrote:

Yay! I can't wait to see what's in that book!

...

Wait a second...

About 43 pints of your own blood, remember?

Oh yeah, no wonder I feel anemic...

*woozy*

*pass out*

Dark Archive

Cpt_kirstov wrote:
joela wrote:
Joshua J. Frost wrote:

Someone wrote a fantastic article on the trade routes of the Inner Sea, too, I hear ...

Plus there's, like, some countries in there or something.

TEASE.
Isn't that Marketing's job - to tease?

No, that's a stripper which I can't picture being on Mr. Frost's resume. Oh, wait....

Dark Archive

Mike McArtor wrote:


Oh yeah, no wonder I feel anemic...

*woozy*

*pass out*

Quick! Get a mindflayer! We can then find out what Paizo REALLY has in store for the future!

Good Ninja Minion

*jumps in to defend the Gninja Master*

*uses Wall of Cookie Crumbs for defense*

*uses holy water from the Shrine of St. Vyth the Mute and revives the Gninja Master*

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joela wrote:
Quick! Get a mindflayer! We can then find out what Paizo REALLY has in store for the future!

Ha ha! Fortunately for me, they are not OGC, and thus I am immune to their inclusion in my delusions.

Gninjita wrote:

*jumps in to defend the Gninja Master*

*uses Wall of Cookie Crumbs for defense*

*uses holy water from the Shrine of St. Vyth the Mute and revives the Gninja Master*

Huh, wha? Cookie Crumbs? And this tastes like holy water. Mmm...

Such a good ninja minion.


HA HA Mike for the win.


joela wrote:


No, that's a stripper which I can't picture being on Mr. Frost's resume. Oh, wait....

I *knew* one of those guys I saw in that chippendales report a couple of years back looked too thoughtful. Plus, he tried to sell each piece of clothing he took off. That he insisted by paying with credit card told me that this guy just missed his true calling.

Scarab Sages

Mike McArtor wrote:

Yay! I can't wait to see what's in that book!

...

Wait a second...

Doing more than just having these *printed* in China now, I guess? ;)


Joshua J. Frost wrote:

Someone wrote a fantastic article on the trade routes of the Inner Sea, too, I hear ...

Plus there's, like, some countries in there or something.

There's an Inner Sea? Excellent. I've been thinking about giving the Pool of Radiance adventure a major overhaul and transplanting the city into the Pathfinder universe. Now I'll have a good place to put it...

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Shadowborn wrote:
There's an Inner Sea? Excellent. I've been thinking about giving the Pool of Radiance adventure a major overhaul and transplanting the city into the Pathfinder universe. Now I'll have a good place to put it...

Uh... the campaign setting is centered on the Inner Sea. Kind of like Golarion's Mediterranean.

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KaeYoss wrote:
joela wrote:


No, that's a stripper which I can't picture being on Mr. Frost's resume. Oh, wait....

I *knew* one of those guys I saw in that chippendales report a couple of years back looked too thoughtful. Plus, he tried to sell each piece of clothing he took off. That he insisted by paying with credit card told me that this guy just missed his true calling.

*cleans up after spilling hot coffee all over his desk*

Liberty's Edge

Mike McArtor wrote:
Shadowborn wrote:
There's an Inner Sea? Excellent. I've been thinking about giving the Pool of Radiance adventure a major overhaul and transplanting the city into the Pathfinder universe. Now I'll have a good place to put it...
Uh... the campaign setting is centered on the Inner Sea. Kind of like Golarion's Mediterranean.

Although there don't seem to be nearly as many small islands.


Mike McArtor wrote:
Shadowborn wrote:
There's an Inner Sea? Excellent. I've been thinking about giving the Pool of Radiance adventure a major overhaul and transplanting the city into the Pathfinder universe. Now I'll have a good place to put it...
Uh... the campaign setting is centered on the Inner Sea. Kind of like Golarion's Mediterranean.

As I've said in the past, I'm sorely lacking in any PF material at the moment aside from the CotCT adventure path and the Guide to Korvosa. No mention of an Inner Sea there, so I presume Varisian doesn't border it. Hence my ignorance...

Paizo Employee Creative Director

Shadowborn wrote:
Mike McArtor wrote:
Shadowborn wrote:
There's an Inner Sea? Excellent. I've been thinking about giving the Pool of Radiance adventure a major overhaul and transplanting the city into the Pathfinder universe. Now I'll have a good place to put it...
Uh... the campaign setting is centered on the Inner Sea. Kind of like Golarion's Mediterranean.
As I've said in the past, I'm sorely lacking in any PF material at the moment aside from the CotCT adventure path and the Guide to Korvosa. No mention of an Inner Sea there, so I presume Varisian doesn't border it. Hence my ignorance...

Yeah; Varisia is quite far away from the Inner Sea. It's some distance to the southeast.

Dark Archive

Shadowborn wrote:


As I've said in the past, I'm sorely lacking in any PF material at the moment aside from the CotCT adventure path and the Guide to Korvosa. No mention of an Inner Sea there, so I presume Varisian doesn't border it. Hence my ignorance...

The world map was posted in a blog a few months ago, if you dig through it you should be able to find it easily enough. The Inner sea is the area between the northern and southern continents.

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Shadowborn wrote:
As I've said in the past, I'm sorely lacking in any PF material at the moment aside from the CotCT adventure path and the Guide to Korvosa. No mention of an Inner Sea there, so I presume Varisian doesn't border it. Hence my ignorance...

World of Golarion that we know of so far is kind of shaped like Europe/Africa/Mediterranean region. Varisia is roughly where England should be.


Atrocious wrote:
Shadowborn wrote:


As I've said in the past, I'm sorely lacking in any PF material at the moment aside from the CotCT adventure path and the Guide to Korvosa. No mention of an Inner Sea there, so I presume Varisian doesn't border it. Hence my ignorance...
The world map was posted in a blog a few months ago, if you dig through it you should be able to find it easily enough. The Inner sea is the area between the northern and southern continents.

Try Here as well, as you'll get much more from this map, with its linky goodness to the rest of the PathfinderWiki.


Atrocious wrote:
The world map was posted in a blog a few months ago, if you dig through it you should be able to find it easily enough. The Inner sea is the area between the northern and southern continents.

Thanks. I went through the blog and came up with the map. It's nice to have reference points now for some of the other cities and nations mentioned in the AP.

Hmm...so if the Earth reference holds, then the reason I'm not seeing Vudra is because it's off the East edge of the map? Or am I just losing further eyesight?

Paizo Employee Creative Director

Shadowborn wrote:
Atrocious wrote:
The world map was posted in a blog a few months ago, if you dig through it you should be able to find it easily enough. The Inner sea is the area between the northern and southern continents.

Thanks. I went through the blog and came up with the map. It's nice to have reference points now for some of the other cities and nations mentioned in the AP.

Hmm...so if the Earth reference holds, then the reason I'm not seeing Vudra is because it's off the East edge of the map? Or am I just losing further eyesight?

Correct. That Vudra's well off the eastern edge of the map, not that you're going blind.


Thanks for the confirmation...though I am about due for another eye exam.


The comparison between Earth and Golarion works only so far. For example, there are apparently two continents where Asia should be (though they could also be connected or something), and the Americas are represented by only Arcadia (though that could always be a big one, with a narrow part in the middle...).

Also, there's no Antarctica, but in the north, there's another continent that connects several others.

And we don't know yet where exactly that one continent that sounds suspiciously like Australia is hanging out.

joela wrote:
*cleans up after spilling hot coffee all over his desk*

Good to see that I haven't lost my edge even though I only have internet access at the weekends right now. :)

I hope you didn't hit anything important. If so, I'm sorry - but always read my posts at your own peril ;-P

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