I'd spend even more money at Paizo...


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Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Adventure Subscriber

...if I could combine orders with my subscriptions. :)

I know that it's been "on the list" forever now, but... it's been "on the list" forever now. It's been a frequent request from others, but I thought I'd add to the chorus- and see if the option is forthcoming.

Right now, I've got a $70 subscription order coming next week, and have almost $100 in items in my shopping cart. I'd love to be able to combine at least some of those items into my subscription order.

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

Heh. In the past two days I've knocked almost two dozen items off my to-do list. Grinding ahead slowly.... Combining store orders with subscription shipments is getting closer to the top of the list every day.

Dark Archive

Yeah I know the feeling. I just wait until I got enough other stuff and then order it as a single order. In the end i buy the same amount but I would buy more often if I could combine them with the subscription stuff.

Liberty's Edge

I also, would spend more money, and more often.


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories, Starfinder Society Subscriber
Gary Teter wrote:
Heh. In the past two days I've knocked almost two dozen items off my to-do list. Grinding ahead slowly.... Combining store orders with subscription shipments is getting closer to the top of the list every day.

Woohoo 12/day. I would probably get an AIG level bonus if I was that productive at work. Keep pushing for this item, although I tend to order $100/month to get the 10 bucks off shipping anyway. So, also get all of those 3e clearance items as well at bargain basement prices. And if I can get them to ship with my monthly shipment all the better.

Liberty's Edge

Gary Teter wrote:
In the past two days I've knocked almost two dozen items off my to-do list.

Excellent! Now do the one thing I'm looking for and you can have a vacation. I kid. Keep up the good work.

Silver Crusade

Gary Teter wrote:
Heh. In the past two days I've knocked almost two dozen items off my to-do list.

checks the obituaries

Dark Archive

Gary Teter wrote:
Combining store orders with subscription shipments is getting closer to the top of the list every day.

Please, I hope this task should be done before mi PathfinderRPG future order

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

Kata. the ..... wrote:
Woohoo 12/day.

Looks like I won't be able to keep that pace. Today's to-do item involves solving an NP-hard problem.

sigh

Paizo Employee Chief Creative Officer, Publisher

My brain hurts.

Sovereign Court

Erik Mona wrote:
My brain hurts.

Writing more AP adventures helps that go away. ;)


Gary Teter wrote:
Kata. the ..... wrote:
Woohoo 12/day.

Looks like I won't be able to keep that pace. Today's to-do item involves solving an NP-hard problem.

sigh

~wistles~ Well, I knew you were smart, but wow. Good luck!

Sczarni

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Companion, Lost Omens Subscriber
Callous Jack wrote:
Erik Mona wrote:
My brain hurts.
Writing more AP adventures helps that go away. ;)

I'm still waiting for that M1-M4 promised when the game-mastery modules came out....

you only have til gencon to get them done, then the letter designations go away - get crackin'


It really doesn't affect me all that much. I'm international (Canada) and I get a flat rate on magazines, books, etc--basically anything that can fit in a shipping box. Shipping costs the same for me whether I order 30$ or 100$. My subscription is shipped using a different rate that is independent of how much I order. Usually I just bank everything and make one mega-order to save on shipping. If I can wait, I try to ship to the snowbirds in the States and have them take in home in person.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Maps, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Gary Teter wrote:
Today's to-do item involves solving an NP-hard problem.

you totally did that on purpose to hurt the brains of general posting population, didnt you? ;p

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

Naw, it's actually something I really do have to figure out. Teaching robots to play Tetris in three dimensions is fun! I'm thinking of stealing the ideas in this paper (PDF).


Your theory is important to us.

Please stay on the line....

Paizo Employee Chief Creative Officer, Publisher

Cpt_kirstov wrote:
Callous Jack wrote:
Erik Mona wrote:
My brain hurts.
Writing more AP adventures helps that go away. ;)

I'm still waiting for that M1-M4 promised when the game-mastery modules came out....

you only have til gencon to get them done, then the letter designations go away - get crackin'

I'm going to playtest the first one at Paizocon.

Just sayin'.


Erik Mona wrote:

I'm going to playtest the first one at Paizocon.

Just sayin'.

"Woot" as they say!

Liberty's Edge

What is M1-M4?


well, as far as i know they are both rifles. i would prefer the M4, well, cause its what im used to. im sure that there are those who are much older than i who would prefer the M1. i have never fired the M1. but i do know it is very heavy.

so, im hoping for the M4.

Paizo Employee Director of Brand Strategy

Erik Mona wrote:
Cpt_kirstov wrote:
Callous Jack wrote:
Erik Mona wrote:
My brain hurts.
Writing more AP adventures helps that go away. ;)

I'm still waiting for that M1-M4 promised when the game-mastery modules came out....

you only have til gencon to get them done, then the letter designations go away - get crackin'

I'm going to playtest the first one at Paizocon.

Just sayin'.

DIBS!!

Sovereign Court

I think the PostMonster is just kidding us, and is actually trying to solve the reversal of entropy, to make the Paizo Packaging process more efficient.

Sczarni

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Companion, Lost Omens Subscriber
Paul Hedges wrote:
What is M1-M4?

When they first explained the letter designations in the blog, whichever editor wrote the entry said that he wished he could announce M1-M4 a mini adventure path written by Erik Mona and released as pathfinder modules instead of AP volumes. (this might have been brought up on the boards and not in the blog itself, I'm not sure).

Sovereign Court

Gary Teter wrote:
Kata. the ..... wrote:
Woohoo 12/day.

Looks like I won't be able to keep that pace. Today's to-do item involves solving an NP-hard problem.

sigh

On the plus side, NP may be the same as P. If you should answer that in the course of your work, award yourself a raise (and also, if you show that P=NP, that crashing noise you hear is the Quantum Information Theory community's world collapsing).

Failing that, you need to buy more computers. But don't bother with those silly Mac thingies, they're just for looking pretty, like silvery paperweights of coolness.

Paizo Employee Chief Creative Officer, Publisher

The "M" series of adventures is something that's been on the drawing board since we shut down the magazines. It's a modular dungeon designed by me that can be used as one-off adventures or combined into an entire extra-dimensional dungeon campaign I originally described as "Lost meets Castle Greyhawk."

The original location, which I actually playested back at M.A.C.E. a couple of years ago, was the Refuge of Nex, a transdimensional dungeon located below the archmage Nex's old palace in Quantium. I've currently switched my focus to the Spire of Nex outside Absalom, which is where the Paizocon event will be set.

Whether or not these things become printed products remains to be seen.


Erik Mona wrote:

The "M" series of adventures is something that's been on the drawing board since we shut down the magazines. It's a modular dungeon designed by me that can be used as one-off adventures or combined into an entire extra-dimensional dungeon campaign I originally described as "Lost meets Castle Greyhawk."

The original location, which I actually playested back at M.A.C.E. a couple of years ago, was the Refuge of Nex, a transdimensional dungeon located below the archmage Nex's old palace in Quantium. I've currently switched my focus to the Spire of Nex outside Absalom, which is where the Paizocon event will be set.

Whether or not these things become printed products remains to be seen.

Me want in print. Me promise. Me even pre-order. That just Me, but Me just sayin'...


Hey, that sounds pretty cool...

Liberty's Edge

Thanks for the info, I look forward to seeing, hearing, playing this at paizocon

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