Hey! It is the same company that is producing the next mega-adventure for D&D 5th edition.
Certainly is. Kobols did the first, Sasquatch the second, looks like the DnD team (which lost 2 of the 15 staff recently) are farming out a lot of work.
Pdfs of the book are available on DriveThruRPG.com in PRPG, 4th ed D&D, and 13th Age versions for $19.95 each. And I think the only way to have gotten a bundle would have been if you had helped fund their kickstarter for the book.
Thanks, yeah I was aware of that. I have the 13A one sitting in my cart at RPGNow and the PF book in my cart here, but will wait to pull the trigger and see if it gets bundled anywhere, you never know!
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Hey folks! David Noonan here. I'm one of the Sasquatches.
No plans at present for a print/PDF bundle. Right now we don't want to make too many plans for the print versions until the main shipment of books arrives (I'm literally watching an orange dot move slowly across the Pacific as I type this). We're cautious that way.
We do plan adventure support for Primeval Thule. As a matter of fact, I started primary layout on an adventure tonight. We'll make those available as PDFs. No timetable other than "soon," I'm afraid.
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Oceanshieldwolf wrote:Any answers folks?
So what is a "heroic narrative"? Sounds like a 4e "theme".
Is it possible to overlay a heroic narrative over any class?
Hi there, Wolf -- Rich Baker here. Sorry we missed your question before! Yes, a heroic narrative is a lot like a 4e theme, or even a 2e character kit. Some may be odd fits for some classes--for example, I don't think that you would see many barbarians who become occult scientists or star-lore adepts. But if you can come up with a good story for the odd fit and you're not trying to optimize, then sure, it'll work.
I wanted to get it in 13th Age, mainly cos I have tons of PF stuff and not much 13, but seeing asA) only a third or so is crunch and
B) the reviews and stuff have been teasing me so much
I caved and added it with my next sub order.
Did you end up getting the 13th Age PDF?
I'm also tempted to look at the 13th Age version, though it doesnt seem to be available on paizo.com yet. Hopefully that orange dot is moving ever closer...
No worries, thanks.
I wondered if there was much in there around the 13th age archetypes (or whatever they're called. The 'movers and shakers').
Icons! That was it. I quite like them. Cheers.
As you say, for 5E it won't really matter which ruleset I get.
Icons! That was it. I quite like them. Cheers.As you say, for 5E it won't really matter which ruleset I get.
For our "icons," take a look at Patrons and Enemies, page 71-73. We figured that the basic idea works just fine whether you're playing 13th Age, 4th Edition, or Pathfinder, and the same forces/individuals should be spotlighted regardless of which rules set you like.