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Old Man Whateley wrote:
Just because you are a character,.....doesn't mean you have any character.....

I believe that MY line....

As far as Nic, Richard, Adam, Lou, and Greg.....I'd arrange a "friendly" drinking match at PaizoCon or Gencon, but Im afraid the Frog higher-ups would put a quick squash on that. And, I know at least Greg doesn't soil himself with such activities.

I'll back the Logue and the Agresta in a drink or two (or many more). I think that's the least I can offer to help assure they comes back to the Cons.

My preciouses....

SG

Nic and Pett are not the only one to corner crazy...


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Gimme my shining trapezohedron.

It's the one that says Bad Motherftagh'n on it.


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Check out th' big brain-in-the-jar on Brad!

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Old Man Whateley wrote:

Check out th' big brain-in-the-jar on Brad!

Excellent reference.

SG


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You know what they call a quarter pounder wit cheese in Innsmouth?

A "BLURGLNURBLERGLBRBLRBLR."

You know why they call it theat? Metric system. They don't know what a quarter pound is.

Plus they all got fish heads.


Skeeter Green wrote:
Old Man Whateley wrote:
Just because you are a character,.....doesn't mean you have any character.....

I believe that MY line....

As far as Nic, Richard, Adam, Lou, and Greg.....I'd arrange a "friendly" drinking match at PaizoCon or Gencon, but Im afraid the Frog higher-ups would put a quick squash on that. And, I know at least Greg doesn't soil himself with such activities.

I'll back the Logue and the Agresta in a drink or two (or many more). I think that's the least I can offer to help assure they comes back to the Cons.

My preciouses....

SG

Nic and Pett are not the only one to corner crazy...

I will drink you all under the table, Frogs be damned... And I might just show you my Scott-Irish side as well... that would be the angry side for those who were wondering


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From a discussion on who is the hardest manager in the Premier League

"...and David Moyes is Scottish too."


Jezebel wrote:

The only sad thing about this kickstarter is that my favorite sex-beast-of-a-man, Richard Pett, didn't write it.

If he did, I'd LOOOOVE to see his stretch goal...or mine for that matter.

I would like to see a "Men of RPG Adventure Design" Beefcake Calender in the very near future on kickstarter. Pett should be December, wearing a Santa beard...and nothing else.

Greg Vaughn could be EVERY other month.

I second this. Can we get a photo shoot date please?


Pledged.

Regards,
Ruemere

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

Well I'd be happy to take on BF and hubby, I mean USN ships (unlike Her Majesties that I served on) are dry...


mach1.9pants wrote:

Well I'd be happy to take on BF and hubby, I mean USN ships (unlike Her Majesties that I served on) are dry...

Where's the like button!

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What....blimmey, you fall with tequila and wake up Mr December, how does that work?

And who woke Logue up? I never liked the man, his mankini, nor his suspiciously male-looking lady friend Jezebel. I didn't see any takers for my drink yourself to death with tequila party at Paizocon Mr Drinksalotinhisdreams. And who polluted Vaughn? It was me that bought him his only beer in life and persuaded him to dress up as Lillian Gish at that late come as your favourite silent screen star party.

OK,those of us entitled to wear kilts and sporrans are ready for you lowlanders, where's me pipes!

I never knew Blonde Frog had some fine Scottish blood in her...aye! Grand Lassie, grand.

McPett

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Old Man Whateley wrote:

You know what they call a quarter pounder wit cheese in Innsmouth?

A "BLURGLNURBLERGLBRBLRBLR."

You know why they call it theat? Metric system. They don't know what a quarter pound is.

Plus they all got fish heads.

Ha! Has me giggling into my porridge Heathy:)


Richard Pett wrote:

What....blimmey, you fall with tequila and wake up Mr December, how does that work?

And who woke Logue up? I never liked the man, his mankini, nor his suspiciously male-looking lady friend Jezebel. I didn't see any takers for my drink yourself to death with tequila party at Paizocon Mr Drinksalotinhisdreams. And who polluted Vaughn? It was me that bought him his only beer in life and persuaded him to dress up as Lillian Gish at that late come as your favourite silent screen star party.

OK,those of us entitled to wear kilts and sporrans are ready for you lowlanders, where's me pipes!

I never knew Blonde Frog had some fine Scottish blood in her...aye! Grand Lassie, grand.

McPett

Maiden name McReynolds, descendents of Robert the Bruce. Here is a photo of the family on the wedding day, just for you. Check out those sporrans! And in case you wanted to see the bride.

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Consider me Dajobas bait.
Pledged (and pre-ordered)!

Now, let's get this beast out! Rawr!

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Blonde Frog wrote:
Richard Pett wrote:

What....blimmey, you fall with tequila and wake up Mr December, how does that work?

And who woke Logue up? I never liked the man, his mankini, nor his suspiciously male-looking lady friend Jezebel. I didn't see any takers for my drink yourself to death with tequila party at Paizocon Mr Drinksalotinhisdreams. And who polluted Vaughn? It was me that bought him his only beer in life and persuaded him to dress up as Lillian Gish at that late come as your favourite silent screen star party.

OK,those of us entitled to wear kilts and sporrans are ready for you lowlanders, where's me pipes!

I never knew Blonde Frog had some fine Scottish blood in her...aye! Grand Lassie, grand.

McPett

Maiden name McReynolds, descendents of Robert the Bruce. Here is a photo of the family on the wedding day, just for you. Check out those sporrans! And in case you wanted to see the bride.

Magnificent sporrans!


Blonde Frog wrote:
Maiden name McReynolds, descendents of Robert the Bruce. Here is a photo of the family on the wedding day, just for you. Check out those sporrans! And in case you wanted to see the bride.

My grandmother's maiden name was Wallace, decendent of William, although it is believed there is some Bruce blood in the family also as we trace the line through James VI. Nice wedding photos. You would get my wife jealous that we could not afford such finery at the time.

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This is the funniest stuff I've read all month. Methinks Nick has spent a little too long gazing into dark waters. ;)

We all know Pett's starcrazed anyway. ;D


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Old Man Whateley wrote:

You know what they call a quarter pounder wit cheese in Innsmouth?

A "BLURGLNURBLERGLBRBLRBLR."

You know why they call it theat? Metric system. They don't know what a quarter pound is.

Plus they all got fish heads.

The path of the sorcerous hybrid man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the pious and the tyranny of religious men. Blessed is he who, in the name of Yog-Sothoth, herds the weak to the abbatoir, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the eater of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and curses in Aklo those who would attempt to thwart me and my invisible brother. And you will know My name is the Gate Opener when I lay My vengeance upon thee.


Bill Webb wrote:
jwood314 wrote:

I really would like to take a cruise, but would probably get divorced!

Just take your wife with you!

I guess it would depend on how big the suitcase is...

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Wilbur Whateley wrote:
Old Man Whateley wrote:

You know what they call a quarter pounder wit cheese in Innsmouth?

A "BLURGLNURBLERGLBRBLRBLR."

You know why they call it theat? Metric system. They don't know what a quarter pound is.

Plus they all got fish heads.

The path of the sorcerous hybrid man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the pious and the tyranny of religious men. Blessed is he who, in the name of Yog-Sothoth, herds the weak to the abbatoir, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the eater of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and curses in Aklo those who would attempt to thwart me and my invisible brother. And you will know My name is the Gate Opener when I lay My vengeance upon thee.

This is actually a quote I can use in my PF games.


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Orthos wrote:

This is the funniest stuff I've read all month. Methinks Nick has spent a little too long gazing into dark waters. ;)

We all know Pett's starcrazed anyway. ;D

Mnaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!


Prince Valiant GasSpore Paladin wrote:
Orthos wrote:

This is the funniest stuff I've read all month. Methinks Nick has spent a little too long gazing into dark waters. ;)

We all know Pett's starcrazed anyway. ;D

Mnaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!

I concur!

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Wilbur Whateley wrote:
Old Man Whateley wrote:

You know what they call a quarter pounder wit cheese in Innsmouth?

A "BLURGLNURBLERGLBRBLRBLR."

You know why they call it theat? Metric system. They don't know what a quarter pound is.

Plus they all got fish heads.

The path of the sorcerous hybrid man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the pious and the tyranny of religious men. Blessed is he who, in the name of Yog-Sothoth, herds the weak to the abbatoir, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the eater of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and curses in Aklo those who would attempt to thwart me and my invisible brother. And you will know My name is the Gate Opener when I lay My vengeance upon thee.

Ok. Now I'm hot.

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Tis true! Pett DID manage to soil Greg Vaughan - I was most impressed by this feat. Leave it to a filthy Englishman to get a down-home apple-pie shining-beacon-of-virtue country boy like Vaughan to turn to drink.

I'd buy that calender by the way. Greg is dreamy. And I'm sure the size of Pett's organ defies reason. He seems like he could impregnate you from across the room. Just with his rakish gaze!

At least FGG now has their next idea for kickstarter.

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Orthos wrote:

This is the funniest stuff I've read all month. Methinks Nick has spent a little too long gazing into dark waters. ;)

We all know Pett's starcrazed anyway. ;D

I blame Jezebel, and Dajobas of course - that world-devouring shark god keeps me up at night.

Pett's a certifiable loon. Takes one to know one.

Grand Lodge

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Nick, hope to enjoy a good chat with you at PaizoCon again this coming year. :)

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Nick, hope to enjoy a good chat with you at PaizoCon again this coming year. :)

That would be most excellent! We shall have to throw the bones together. I don't throw the bones enough these days. Well I do, actually, but I haven't played a dice game in a while. I just hurl people's bones around my man-cave with abandon.

Running a game tomorrow night and very much looking forward to it.

I'm also going to start running some adventures along the Razor again, when I get back to Hawaii. I shall try to keep you all posted as I devour PCs with glee!

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This conversation has turned my thoughts to the well known propensity for human bones to be found from time to time in a shark's stomach.

Did you know that a shark's stomach can be everted: turned inside out and expelled from the mouth to rid it indigestible material? This is apparently how they prevent too much clogging with PC parts.

Here's some fun reading for lunch time.

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Jeff Erwin wrote:

This conversation has turned my thoughts to the well known propensity for human bones to be found from time to time in a shark's stomach.

Did you know that a shark's stomach can be everted: turned inside out and expelled from the mouth to rid it indigestible material? This is apparently how they prevent too much clogging with PC parts.

Here's some fun reading for lunch time.

That's how I get rid of Pett's adventures - I evert my brain out of my nostrils, so all that indigestible material can be purged. ;-)

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Jeff Erwin wrote:

This conversation has turned my thoughts to the well known propensity for human bones to be found from time to time in a shark's stomach.

Did you know that a shark's stomach can be everted: turned inside out and expelled from the mouth to rid it indigestible material? This is apparently how they prevent too much clogging with PC parts.

Here's some fun reading for lunch time.

Wait...does this mean sharks should have a breath weapon?!

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Hey Froggies!

Congrats on your Kickstarter! I am so excited that we are going to see this almost mythical book that has been hidden away for so many years. I have always loved the mad scribblings on one Nicolas Logue and this one should be epic!

A big thanks to you guys for taking on this project. It would have been very sad if Razor Coast had never seen the light of day like so many products from D&D's past. But you guys are using your deity like powers to make sure Razor Coast sees the light of day, just like you did with Slumbering Tsar, Rappan Athuk and the Tome of Horrors. For that, you have my thanks!

-Lisa

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Looking forward to this one!

Shadow Lodge

Justin Sluder wrote:
Jeff Erwin wrote:

This conversation has turned my thoughts to the well known propensity for human bones to be found from time to time in a shark's stomach.

Did you know that a shark's stomach can be everted: turned inside out and expelled from the mouth to rid it indigestible material? This is apparently how they prevent too much clogging with PC parts.

Here's some fun reading for lunch time.

Wait...does this mean sharks should have a breath weapon?!

*adds to list of things to stat up this weekend*

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Lisa Stevens wrote:

Hey Froggies!

Congrats on your Kickstarter! I am so excited that we are going to see this almost mythical book that has been hidden away for so many years. I have always loved the mad scribblings on one Nicolas Logue and this one should be epic!

A big thanks to you guys for taking on this project. It would have been very sad if Razor Coast had never seen the light of day like so many products from D&D's past. But you guys are using your deity like powers to make sure Razor Coast sees the light of day, just like you did with Slumbering Tsar, Rappan Athuk and the Tome of Horrors. For that, you have my thanks!

-Lisa

Thanks Lisa! Your constant support means the world to me! Paizo is the model all companies should be following: Good, smart people who love what they do and who they do it for. Its an honor and a half just to know ye, m'lady!

Frog God rocks as well - they have rescued this gigantic tome from its accursed doldrums and put wind in her sails. Most excited that Razor Coast has been given this opportunity.

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Now that I know that Nick was from the NC coast the general outline of the map for Razor Coast makes a bit more sense.

Subtract the barrier islands... and you have a map of the Inner Banks. Unless this was subliminal. But I doubt much is subliminal for Mr. Logue.

I remember visiting on a family vacation as a kid. Three things stood out: the mosquitos (the only things that had them beat were the black flies in Quebec), Kitty Hawk and...

CROATOAN.

I spent a considerable length of time pondering the disappearance of the colonists. Since I was playing CoC at the time, the scenarios were pretty gruesome or unsettling.

Too bad they hadn't found the Revenge yet then.

Publisher, Frog God Games

Appreciate the kind words Lisa...we try!

Grand Lodge

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Nicolas Logue wrote:

Tis true! Pett DID manage to soil Greg Vaughan - I was most impressed by this feat. Leave it to a filthy Englishman to get a down-home apple-pie shining-beacon-of-virtue country boy like Vaughan to turn to drink.

Hahahaaa fighting talk

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Sinvel Menter wrote:

Lou, how long before the product is delivered after funding is complete?

Hopefully it will be quicker than Paizo's MMO Kickstarter delivery of mid-2014!!!

April is the target. So I'll safely say March-May:)

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Yep the Outer Banks are full of mysteries and dark secrets. I've always loved em. They had a big influence on the Razor.

The other dollop of influence is the Hawaiian islands and a sprinkling of the rest of Polynesia, especially during the whaling boom and the rise of the plantations. Dark times.

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Upped my pledge to add another book and some character pads. I wanted to get a S&W copy but then I remembered one of my friends making the mistake of saying that he wanted to try GMing and maybe doing a pirate themed campaign as something different. So even though it looks like I'm getting a copy as a gift for him, I really have ulterior motives which is ok as I hardly ever get to play as a PC (and I really want to try out a changling witch/gunslinger). Also, I want this thing funded so we can start digging for treasure!

On another note, now that you have Vaughn's "Slumbering Tsar" out and you're working on Logue's (with Lou Agresta) "Razor Coast" any plans to finish this trilogy of terror with an opus from Mr. Pett? A "Pettopus?"


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What does Wilbur Whately look like?
Brett: Whately?
Jules: What planet you from?
Brett: Whately?
Jules: Whately ain't no country I ever heard of! They speak English in Whately?
Brett: Whately?
Jules: ENGLISH, M!#*!$+!@$@!! DO-YOU-SPEAK-IT?
Brett: Yes!
Jules: Then you know what I'm saying!
Brett: Yes!
Jules: Describe what Wilbur Whately looks like!
Brett: Whately, I-?
Jules: [pointing his gun] Say Whately again. SAY WHATELY AGAIN. I dare you, I double dare you, $%^*%$@@. Say Whately one more #^*%^*& time.
Brett: He's uh...weird...
Jules: Go on.
Brett: He's got goat legs...
Jules: Yes,
Brett: .....uh, and a buncha tentacles coming out his abdomen,....
Jules: Does he look like a b%@~&?
Brett: Whately?
[Jules shoots Brett in shoulder]
Jules: DOES HE LOOK LIKE A B@@@&?
Brett: No!
Jules: Then why you try to $%#&^ him like a b&!**, Brett?
Brett: I didn't.
Jules: Yes you did. Yes you did, Brett. You tried to #%&$ him. And Wilbur Whately don't like to be #$%^* by anybody, except his sister!

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Justin Sluder wrote:
Jeff Erwin wrote:

This conversation has turned my thoughts to the well known propensity for human bones to be found from time to time in a shark's stomach.

Did you know that a shark's stomach can be everted: turned inside out and expelled from the mouth to rid it indigestible material? This is apparently how they prevent too much clogging with PC parts.

Here's some fun reading for lunch time.

Wait...does this mean sharks should have a breath weapon?!

Frickin' scorching ray comes out of their frickin' forehead.

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John Benbo wrote:

Upped my pledge to add another book and some character pads. I wanted to get a S&W copy but then I remembered one of my friends making the mistake of saying that he wanted to try GMing and maybe doing a pirate themed campaign as something different. So even though it looks like I'm getting a copy as a gift for him, I really have ulterior motives which is ok as I hardly ever get to play as a PC (and I really want to try out a changling witch/gunslinger). Also, I want this thing funded so we can start digging for treasure!

On another note, now that you have Vaughn's "Slumbering Tsar" out and you're working on Logue's (with Lou Agresta) "Razor Coast" any plans to finish this trilogy of terror with an opus from Mr. Pett? A "Pettopus?"

Thanks for pledging John!

NO KICKSTARTERS FOR PETT! NOOOOOOOOO! Why must he have all that is mine! ;-)

Truthfully, I would snatch the chance to back anything from his deranged mind. But don't tell him that. He is a gift to the dark side in us all. Love that crazy Brit.

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Old Man Whateley wrote:


Jules: Yes you did. Yes you did, Brett. You tried to #%&$ him. And Wilbur Whately don't like to be #$%^* by anybody, except his sister!

This made me chortle my yerba mate drink.

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Hmm I picked up Rappan Athuk and Tome of Horrors, didn't get to KS as it was under the radar for me. Just got Slumbering Tsar off Ebay too so waiting on that one.

I just gotta come out and say it though. $110 seems quite high for a 256 page book. Hell I think Rappan Athuk ran that and it was nearly 4x the size. Paizo books typically run $40 for the print/pdf. Am I missing something here :/ Maybe as stretch goals are reached the pot will get a little sweeter but still...wow. This will easily be the most expensive 256 page book to date wouldn't it?

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Aarontendo wrote:

Hmm I picked up Rappan Athuk and Tome of Horrors, didn't get to KS as it was under the radar for me. Just got Slumbering Tsar off Ebay too so waiting on that one.

I just gotta come out and say it though. $110 seems quite high for a 256 page book. Hell I think Rappan Athuk ran that and it was nearly 4x the size. Paizo books typically run $40 for the print/pdf. Am I missing something here :/ Maybe as stretch goals are reached the pot will get a little sweeter but still...wow. This will easily be the most expensive 256 page book to date wouldn't it?

RA was black & white.

Razor Coast is going to be full-color.

When you aren't printing the volume that Paizo and bigger publishers print, full-color hardcover books cost a LOT per unit. And that's just for the printing. You also need to pay the artists, the writers, the editors, the layout...

Having just gone through a bunch of different vendor quotes on color hardcover printing costs, I'm not surprised at the price point. Especially considering if FGG gets above threshold, extra goodies are likely to get kicked in. And those stitch-bound bindings that FGG does are a premium quality upgrade.

I'm not trying to speak for Bill or the Frogs here, I can just tell you as someone not attached to the project but who has experience with printing costs, the cost of full-color, hardcover, quality printing in runs of less than a few thousand is fairly high per unit.

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Jeremy Smith wrote:
Aarontendo wrote:

Hmm I picked up Rappan Athuk and Tome of Horrors, didn't get to KS as it was under the radar for me. Just got Slumbering Tsar off Ebay too so waiting on that one.

I just gotta come out and say it though. $110 seems quite high for a 256 page book. Hell I think Rappan Athuk ran that and it was nearly 4x the size. Paizo books typically run $40 for the print/pdf. Am I missing something here :/ Maybe as stretch goals are reached the pot will get a little sweeter but still...wow. This will easily be the most expensive 256 page book to date wouldn't it?

RA was black & white.

Razor Coast is going to be full-color.

When you aren't printing the volume that Paizo and bigger publishers print, full-color hardcover books cost a LOT per unit. And that's just for the printing. You also need to pay the artists, the writers, the editors, the layout...

Having just gone through a bunch of different vendor quotes on color hardcover printing costs, I'm not surprised at the price point. Especially considering if FGG gets above threshold, extra goodies are likely to get kicked in. And those stitch-bound bindings that FGG does are a premium quality upgrade.

I'm not trying to speak for Bill or the Frogs here, I can just tell you as someone not attached to the project but who has experience with printing costs, the cost of full-color, hardcover, quality printing in runs of less than a few thousand is fairly high per unit.

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Jeremy Smith is my new, latest hero.

SG


There seems to be some history to this project I am not familiar with.

Like RA, is it an old D&D adventure being converted to PF?

Also, are the ships offered meant to be used in game?

Choices, choices...


Jeremy Smith wrote:
Aarontendo wrote:

Hmm I picked up Rappan Athuk and Tome of Horrors, didn't get to KS as it was under the radar for me. Just got Slumbering Tsar off Ebay too so waiting on that one.

I just gotta come out and say it though. $110 seems quite high for a 256 page book. Hell I think Rappan Athuk ran that and it was nearly 4x the size. Paizo books typically run $40 for the print/pdf. Am I missing something here :/ Maybe as stretch goals are reached the pot will get a little sweeter but still...wow. This will easily be the most expensive 256 page book to date wouldn't it?

RA was black & white.

Razor Coast is going to be full-color.

When you aren't printing the volume that Paizo and bigger publishers print, full-color hardcover books cost a LOT per unit. And that's just for the printing. You also need to pay the artists, the writers, the editors, the layout...

Having just gone through a bunch of different vendor quotes on color hardcover printing costs, I'm not surprised at the price point. Especially considering if FGG gets above threshold, extra goodies are likely to get kicked in. And those stitch-bound bindings that FGG does are a premium quality upgrade.

I'm not trying to speak for Bill or the Frogs here, I can just tell you as someone not attached to the project but who has experience with printing costs, the cost of full-color, hardcover, quality printing in runs of less than a few thousand is fairly high per unit.

I was also surprised at the cost and the level of the fund goal. I pledged for the Savage Worlds Land of Fire Kickstarter. That was an Arabian style campaign full color 192 page hardback book and for approx $ 61 you got the book plus PDF and a couple of extra PDF ' s ( players guides, adventure etc ).

Their goal was only $15,000.00 ( they only just made it - yes savage worlds vs pathfinder makes a big difference but still)

Plus their PDF players guide was only $11 so I was able to cajole and bribe with in game benefits my players to each buy one.

FGG doesn't seem to have a players guide PDF level and at $30 plus overseas postage the book doesn't have the same appeal.

I know from a distance you can't accurately compare one project with another as to quality of binding etc and I am sure FGG has done the math. This isn't meant as a criticism at all, each product is different and I am sure this one will be great.

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