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*puts out milk and cookies, poisoned with cold iron shavings to capture new species of fey*


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Drejk wrote:
*puts out milk and cookies, poisoned with cold iron shavings to capture new species of fey*

#FirstWorldProblems


Hmm, we'll that's the theme which I was hoping avoid as I have no ideas for it. But on the other hand, it means it's a challenge from me to me to cook up something...and we got plenty of time.

Sovereign Court Wayfinder, PaizoCon Founder

Andre Roy wrote:
Hmm, we'll that's the theme which I was hoping avoid as I have no ideas for it. But on the other hand, it means it's a challenge from me to me to cook up something...and we got plenty of time.

I would have agreed with you on this....until I started looking a all the fey creatures in the bestiary, and mentions of them in the Inner Sea World Guide. With a little research, I ended up completely changing my ideas for the side trek adventure in #15 to involve the fey for the River Kingdoms region.

This theme lends itself to many APs, modules, and many Golarion regions. I think it will be a good, solid theme.

Contributor, RPG Superstar 2009, RPG Superstar Judgernaut

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I might have to break out something fey-oriented to support Fellnight Queen, just for old time's sake. :)


Timitius wrote:

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This theme lends itself to many APs, modules, and many Golarion regions. I think it will be a good, solid theme.

I agree it's a good solid theme as mention it touches upon everything...it's more on a personal level that it is less "inspiring" but I love a good challenge so this should be fun.

And I might try an Asian fey theme


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Timitius wrote:
This theme lends itself to many APs, modules, and many Golarion regions. I think it will be a good, solid theme.

Notably, if not comprehensively:

  • Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Fey Revisited
  • Pathfinder Campaign Setting: The First World, Realm of the Fey
  • Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Lands of the Linnorm Kings (Grungir Forest, fey animals)
  • Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Bestiary (blighted fey)
  • Pathfinder Chronicles: Guide to Darkmoon Vale
  • Pathfinder Chronicles: Into the Darklands (dark fey)
  • Pathfinder Player Companion: Heroes of the Wild (feyborn)
  • Pathfinder Player Companion: Faiths of Balance (Eldest)
  • Pathfinder Adventure Path: Kingmaker, especially #36: Sound of a Thousand Screams for its articles and bestiary
  • Pathfinder Adventure Path: Reign of Winter, especially #68: The Shackled Hut (winter fey)
  • Pathfinder Modules: Realm of the Fellnight Queen
  • Pathfinder Modules: Fangwood Keep
  • GameMastery Module E1: Carnival of Tears
  • GameMastery Module W1: Conquest of Bloodsworn Vale (roseblood sprites)

Also, there are bound to be some fey or First World touches in the Ironfang Invasion AP, particularly Fangs of War due out in March and Prisoners of the Blight in June.


There's definitely something in Prisoners of the Blight. ^_^

Scarab Sages

Time to hit the Big Book of Grimm's Tales.

The R-rated originals, not the sanitised, modern versions...

Sovereign Court Wayfinder, PaizoCon Founder

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Thanks for your patience, everyone!

Here are the authors for the selected articles for Wayfinder #17. Note you MAY have more than one of your submissions selected. We'll let you know when we send out confirmation emails within the next several days.

André Roy
Andrew P. Sturtevant
Ben Chason-Sokol
Ben Martin
Benjamin “Alayern” Fields
Beth Breitmaier
Charlie Brooks
Crystal Malarsky
Dave Breitmaier
Dixon Cohee
Elliot Smith
Emily Parks
Gabriel Almer
Garrett Guillotte
Isabelle Lee, aka Kalindlara
Jacob ‘Milo v3’ McKiernan
Jacob W. "Motteditor" Michaels
Jeff Lee
Jen ‘Iammars’ McTeague
Jeremy “He'sDeadJim ” Clements
Joe "Ignotus Advenium" Kondrak
Joe “Yasumoto” Smith
John Laffan
John Paul Stoddard
Kerney Williams
Margherita “Bardess” Tramontano
Matt Duval
Matt 'Helio' Roth
Neil Spicer
Nicholas Wasko
‘Piratey Steve’ Smith
Rep Pickard
Robert 'Snorter' Feather
Russ Brown
Scott Young
Todd Stewart
Wojciech “Drejk” Gruchała

We are also holding some articles "in reserve", in case we free up some additional pages. So, there are about 3 of you that might still get in, depending on how things work:

Brian 'Ehn' Jolly
Sasha Hall
Jessica Engelbrecht

Congrats to all of you who made the cut! And THANK YOU to everyone who submitted their work for consideration. Keep trying! #18 will be all about the First World and fey, so start thinking of what you'd like to write for that!


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Congrats to everyone who had an article published.

And thanks especially to Isabelle, whose work is the only reason my name is listed in the credits for this one.

Silver Crusade

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While I'm not thrilled to be on the B squad, for my first time doing some monster design, I'm pretty pleased with myself. Congrats to all those who made it, I'm sure this'll be a baller issue!


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Yay! Congratulations to those who made it in! ^_^

Jacob W. Michaels wrote:
And thanks especially to Isabelle, whose work is the only reason my name is listed in the credits for this one.

<3


Well I'm happy to see I made it into #17...and a bit surprised but good surprised and it does encourage new to go for issue #18 also (I got a wee idea that might work).

Congratulations to Everyone!


Wow! Thanks Timitius!

The topic was really challenging this time, until I realized I had the perfect idea already *LIGHTBULB* in the back of my head.

I have been working on various aspects of my accepted article for a while...this is the first time they have really coalesced onto paper for me.

Congrats to everyone who made it in!
=)

Contributor

Oh awesome!

Thanks so much! I really enjoyed writing my piece and I can't wait to read everyone else's!

Now to wonder about which artist gets assigned mine. :)

RPG Superstar 2015 Top 16

Congrats to everyone who got in. I am excited to see which of my submissions was selected and what everyone else submitted.


I feel rather lucky that I got in, wasn't sure about whether or not the submission would be close enough to the theme since I haven't actually read the Adventure Path I associated it with.

Congrats to the rest of the selected people.


Wheee! My long hunger is ended! Two numbers without publishing- but the negative series has been interrupted at last!

Grand Lodge RPG Superstar Season 9 Top 4

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Yay! My first Wayfinder! This is such wonderful news. I'm so excited. Congrats to all authors - I'm looking forward to reading everyone's articles.

Sczarni RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32

Congrats folks!

RPG Superstar 2013 Top 4

Congratulations everyone :)


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Congrats to everyone in this one!

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Card Game, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Wooooooo! Thanks Tim and congrats to everyone else who got in!

Shadow Lodge

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Whoo hoo, first time!

Congratulations Everyone.

Grand Lodge

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Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Being "B" team isn't that bad, especially given that it's my first time submitting. Hope that things go well enough to land me a seat for real!


Congratulations to everyone! Always love seeing new names on the list.


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:) I'm ecstatic to be in again.


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While not nearly as exciting as Tim's post, I'd like to remind people that we still have room for advertisers in this issue. Your ads will be seen by everyone who attends PaizoCon in glorious print! That's pretty amazing!

Have a look at the first post and contact us at wayfinder.fanzine@gmail.com to get in on this wonderful opportunity.


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Congratulations, everyone! Extra excited that both the hubby and I made the cut this time around. :-)


Wow, I'm honored to be in the magazine. Congratulations everyone!

Liberty's Edge

Made it on my First Submission....Hope everyone tries out the game I submitted...

A Way to use those Dice for a bit of "Character fun time" in a Tavern or even along the trail.

I really need to start submitting Locales with Maps

Scarab Sages

In-character games for the PCs are always worth a read.

Even better if they come with forfeits, like the loser getting a hagfish shoved down their pants.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

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Congratulations, not only to those who made it in, but also to everyone who finished something and submitted. There are soooo many people who aspire to be published writers, but don't even get that far.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Maps, Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber

Congratulations everyone!! Excited to start thinking about some Fey ideas...!


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Timitius wrote:
Andre Roy wrote:
Hmm, we'll that's the theme which I was hoping avoid as I have no ideas for it. But on the other hand, it means it's a challenge from me to me to cook up something...and we got plenty of time.

I would have agreed with you on this....until I started looking a all the fey creatures in the bestiary, and mentions of them in the Inner Sea World Guide. With a little research, I ended up completely changing my ideas for the side trek adventure in #15 to involve the fey for the River Kingdoms region.

This theme lends itself to many APs, modules, and many Golarion regions. I think it will be a good, solid theme.

Damned you for being right! ;-)

I went from 0 idea to 2 partally written drafts...and plenty of time to polish them.


First World, huh? I can work with that. and even if I can't think of any good fey, I can still make a new Tane

Sovereign Court

Well done everyone!

Any chance of some feedback if we didn't make the cut? Or a hug?

Sovereign Court Wayfinder, PaizoCon Founder

Captain Phoenix wrote:

Well done everyone!

Any chance of some feedback if we didn't make the cut? Or a hug?

In the past, I have given feedback and gotten very angry and argumentative responses. This, of course, soured me to the whole thing...enough so that I generally decline from giving feedback on rejected articles.

However, if you send an email request, I will consider it.

Sorry. Best I can do.

Tim

Sovereign Court

Timitius wrote:
Captain Phoenix wrote:

Well done everyone!

Any chance of some feedback if we didn't make the cut? Or a hug?

In the past, I have given feedback and gotten very angry and argumentative responses. This, of course, soured me to the whole thing...enough so that I generally decline from giving feedback on rejected articles.

However, if you send an email request, I will consider it.

Sorry. Best I can do.

Tim

Thanks Timitius, I appreciate it.


To whom it may concern,
I was wondering if there's someone i can PM a creature idea I'm trying to design to get some feedback. I know the next publication is a year away, but I'd like to get a few opinions on how to perfect my monster before then. This will be my first time designing a creature and I don't want to mess it up. It's a bit of an oddity, collapsable ribcage and all.

Thank you in advance for your consideration


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Captain Phoenix wrote:

Well done everyone!

Any chance of some feedback if we didn't make the cut? Or a hug?

I would be happy to give feedback on fiction pieces, if anyone would like it. I've had a lot of experience writing, editing, and workshopping.

Scarab Sages

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Kalimint wrote:
Captain Phoenix wrote:

Well done everyone!

Any chance of some feedback if we didn't make the cut? Or a hug?

I would be happy to give feedback on fiction pieces, if anyone would like it. I've had a lot of experience writing, editing, and workshopping.

If you wanted to start a Pathfinder writing group, I think you'd find there is a demand for it.

Contributor

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I would participate! I just heard the Know Direction podcast's episode about freelance work. They mentioned Wayfinder as a potential starting point, but it looks like I missed the submission deadline by a few weeks.


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Belabras wrote:
Kalimint wrote:
Captain Phoenix wrote:

Well done everyone!

Any chance of some feedback if we didn't make the cut? Or a hug?

I would be happy to give feedback on fiction pieces, if anyone would like it. I've had a lot of experience writing, editing, and workshopping.
If you wanted to start a Pathfinder writing group, I think you'd find there is a demand for it.

That sounds like a great idea. However, I am not particularly tech-savvy. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to use to communicate and share work? My first thought would be sharing via Google Docs.


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Andrew Mullen wrote:
I would participate! I just heard the Know Direction podcast's episode about freelance work. They mentioned Wayfinder as a potential starting point, but it looks like I missed the submission deadline by a few weeks.

But you're just in time to start writing for the next one!


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AmbassadoroftheDominion wrote:

To whom it may concern,

I was wondering if there's someone i can PM a creature idea I'm trying to design to get some feedback. I know the next publication is a year away, but I'd like to get a few opinions on how to perfect my monster before then. This will be my first time designing a creature and I don't want to mess it up. It's a bit of an oddity, collapsable ribcage and all.

Thank you in advance for your consideration

I'm happy to take a look at it, but it won't be for at least a week, as I'm heading out on vacation shortly.

Sovereign Court Wayfinder, PaizoCon Founder

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Belabras wrote:
Kalimint wrote:
Captain Phoenix wrote:

Well done everyone!

Any chance of some feedback if we didn't make the cut? Or a hug?

I would be happy to give feedback on fiction pieces, if anyone would like it. I've had a lot of experience writing, editing, and workshopping.
If you wanted to start a Pathfinder writing group, I think you'd find there is a demand for it.

We've had such a thing in several different forms.....Pathfinder Chroniclers was possibly the first iteration. After that, we had at least one or two groups of contributors that pooled together to help each other out.

We at Wayfinder LOVE these writing groups, and are trying to figure out a better way to help them out. If you are coming to PaizoCon, we would very much like to have a bigger conversation about it. (Maybe we'll try another Wayfinder seminar, if people would show up for it?)

Scarab Sages

I'm game for that.


Tim, instructions say that Bestiary entries can be shorter than 750 words. Can they be longer than that too?

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