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I want a hardcover version of Distant Worlds, pretty much more than any other possible hardcover including Inner Sea Gods (not that I'm complaining ... I just like planar and planetary stuff more than I like deity material :)

On the other hand, I would be way more than ecstatic should a hardcover book on the planes ever get published. No matter to me whether it's in the campaign line or the core line, so long as it gets done. Dark Roads and Golden Hells sort of went in the direction I wanted, but not nearly enough so in covering general planar material.

(Though I am partial to Between for some inexplicable reason :)

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I'm partial to an Absalom (and Kortos) hardcover. But I like urban adventures and campaigns. It would be awesome if it was paired to a Starstone high-level adventure.


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I would rather not see an entire hardcover based on a single region. I love Ustalav but I don't need 320 pages of it; ditto Cheliax or pretty much any other specific area within the Inner Sea region. I feel like that kind of heavy treatment works best with large, broad topics: an entire continent, or all the gods, to pick two convenient examples.

The one exception is Absalom: I think there's room for one (but probably only one) ultra-detailed mega-city treatment in the setting, and Absalom is the obvious candidate.

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My vote would be for a Distant Worlds Campaign Setting Hardcover maybe with a fully fleshed out Space/Sci-Fi Pathfinder pseudo-spinoff. Fully compatible with the beloved Golarion based main game, it would add rules and space themed magic, archetypes, and prestige classes, plus equipment, etc.

Tis to dream.


For whatever it's worth, my hardcover wish list would be something like this:

Ustalav
Mendev/Worldwound
Cheliax
The Great Beyond
Absalom
Distant Worlds

Some of these topics wouldn't necessarily warrant 320-page hardcovers, of course (I can see a 160-page book on Ustalav, Mendev/Worldwound, Cheliax, and Absalom, for instance), but a hardcover treatment would work well for them, I think.


My hardcover wish list would be:

Distant Worlds
Great Beyond
Tian Xia
Garund
Sarusan
Arcadia
Azlanti(old and current)
Casmaron

I would be happy just to get a 65 page softcover for Numeria at this point.


Dragon78 wrote:
I would be happy just to get a 65 page softcover for Numeria at this point.

I suspect you won't have to wait too long for that to happen.

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Heine Stick wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
I would be happy just to get a 65 page softcover for Numeria at this point.
I suspect you won't have to wait too long for that to happen.

I suspect he will. We'd never print a 65-page book. ;)


Adam Daigle wrote:
I suspect he will. We'd never print a 65-page book. ;)

You win. :D

Dragon78, I suspect you won't have to wait to happen for a 64-page book on Numeria to happen.


Adam Daigle wrote:
Heine Stick wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
I would be happy just to get a 65 page softcover for Numeria at this point.
I suspect you won't have to wait too long for that to happen.
I suspect he will. We'd never print a 65-page book. ;)

Duh! It's a clear case of bias against Numeria!


Oops, I mean to say 64 page book;)

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I knew you did. I was just being a smart ass. Thank you all for indulging me. :)


You have to admit, a 65 page book for Numeria would be pretty appropriate. That 65th page would be just a single page in the middle of the book; printed on one side, with nothing on the back. No page. Just a void where the other side of the page should be.

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Cthulhudrew wrote:

You have to admit, a 65 page book for Numeria would be pretty appropriate. That 65th page would be just a single page in the middle of the book; printed on one side, with nothing on the back. No page. Just a void where the other side of the page should be.

It would be page 42, of course.

And elsewhere in the book, the secrets of the inner sanctum of the Silver Mountain would be referenced ... on page 42.


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Wolf Munroe wrote:
Erik Mona wrote:

Fact is we're unlikely to do a hardcover book on a region that has not already had softcover books covering it. I agree that a Varisia book might be a bit much at the moment, which is one reason it's not on the schedule. But we do have a lot of cool material about that place, and it is spread out over lots of sources and has some gaps. A hardcover could address that while adding a ton of new stuff.

For this reason places like Absalom and Cheliax are also decent candidates, whereas something like Rahadoum or Hermea probably are not.

I'd love to see a hardcover of Ustalav. It fits the criteria of having a softcover already with Rule of Fear, and there's an AP set there, and a module.

I can see it now:
Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Ailson Kindler's Guide to the Immortal Principality of Ustalav

Or maybe:
Pathfinder Campaign Setting: The Immortal Principality

It could be published to coincide with a possible future Player Companion: Vampire Hunter's Handbook

+1, with perhaps the full fleshed out adventure of Bastards Hall!!

+1, but I think Wes has stated that a Bastardhall adventure might require a hardcover of its own...but still, +1!

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