And you're expecting this to sell at what price????
I don't want my setting books mixed with APs, even though I buy both. If I'm running an adventure, I certatinly don't want to be running back and forth through a hardback to reference an encounter.
These are two different kind of products best kept separate.
I'd like to have an hardcover city book for at least one major city with a poster map but don't wish loosing locations description space to include an adventure. Better to release an AP or a module as part of their regular line after the city hardcover.
Yeah I agree with DanyRay here....loose the adventure and I would love a book like this.
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I would love an Absalom book, but 300 pages is a bit much. I go with Absalom due to it being the center of the Inner Sea region and the role it plays as a sort of cultural center, as well as a trade hub. Any other city, not so much.
A better poster map for the city would be ideal since there are many PFS scenarios set there. Then maps inside the book with trade routes, land routes on the Isle of Kortos, and Darklands connections.
With the upcoming Ultimate Intrigue, intrigues centered on Absalom would be great. Throw in a bit of Mythic and Occult as well.
As with the other posters above, lose the adventure. Just placing adventure hooks for each quarter would work. And for areas surrounding the city.
F*$% it! Isle of Kortos hardcover!