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Ryan Moore

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I'm giving away hardbacks of Rappan Athuk and Stoneheart Valley, thanks to +Frog God Games!
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Ryan Moore

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Ryan Moore originally shared:
 
I'm giving away hardbacks of Rappan Athuk and Stoneheart Valley, thanks to +Frog God Games!
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Steve Gilman

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Hmm.. Just completed an order for Northlands Saga part 1 and S&W Tome of Horrors Complete and was wondering how much I've spent on the Frog God store lately.  $300 in the last two months.

I think it's safe to say I have no self control. ;)  
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My Sword of Air arrived while I was in Vegas this past week. Nice treat to return home to.
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Steven Dolges

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Got my copy of Sword of Air today!  Everything looks great, glad to have it in print finally.  For those curious about map from SoA and the map from Lost City of Barakus, here  is how they line up.
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Lovely maps! ;-)
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damian breen

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Hello Frogs

With you new kickstarter live am wondering why there is a steep price difference between this one and Barakus?

Barakus was $105 all in for 2 books (pathfinder and S&W) and this one for 2 copies is $168 ($100 + $68 shipping). Is there an alternative to international priority shipping? I think the price point has for me been exceeded at $168 (about £112). 

How much more content is there in the books compared to what was in the 3.5 versions of the modules? how many pages are you projecting that either book will have (just a rough estimate, I understand page counts move as stretch goals hit). I have the previous modules and am trying to square with my bank account that the extra content is worth $168!

I understand that as a company you need to make money otherwise we don't get any more fantastic products from you and we all want more great products, am just wondering if there are other options for international backers that reduce the high cost of shipping? (print on demand via LULU for instance which use 'local to the country you live in print facilities' which substantially reduces shipping costs)

Thanks for listening
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Hi Damian, I'll let Bill and Greg know about the question, in case they haven't seen it. Estimated page count is in the 400pg region for Pathfinder, it's a pretty big book, much larger than Barakus.
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John Reyst

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In celebration of Swords & Wizardry Appreciation Day, all Swords & Wizardry PDFs are 40% off today only at the Open Gaming Store! 

http://shop.d20pfsrd.com/collections/on-sale-now
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Marcus Burggraf

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Hi all, still working on the con game. I am wondering if I could manage to run an amulet/ Crucible mashup by skipping the fight at the farm and instead head them off directly to the ruined castle. would at least give some proper closure. Since I have not played or gmed either before, how much time do they take for you? I have 4 hours available.
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Just quickly chiming in to say that the convention was a resounding success! Moving the Ambush to the Castle and trimming down Fairhill to just " Where is the Ruin?" Worked great. it had it all, Player Interaction, Overland Travel, NPC Interaction, Epic fight and a wee bit Dungeon. Ran it twice in 4 hours slots and the time is tight for that but it worked, all where 5E newbies and the rest of the group contained two small girls (10 + 12). Would run again!
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Marcus Burggraf

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Hi guys, fan of your work back from 3.5. Lost City of Barakus was the most exciting and memorable campaign we played. I have not been a GM for DnD for a while and now with 5E my interest is rekindled. I saw you released the Wizards Amulet for 5E and am excited to revisit, as it was our old groups staring adventure as well. However the included characters do not seem to be PHB compliant, e.g. Backgrounds missing etc. I assume this is because there is no OGL for that. Has anyone maybe already redone all the pregens as proper 5E versions? I am short on time atm and that would be a really great help if anyone had already done that. 
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I invested the time and recreated most of the characters in proper 5E. They are really close in the adventure itself, good job by the frogs, I was surprised!
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Calvin Baker

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I was very surprised and happy to get the opportunity to purchase this book! As a PDF I've used it several times, well worth the money- to generate basic ideas for a adventuring group. What a great asset to have!
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I'll have to look into the Ultimate Toolbox.
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David Berkompas

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Yippee!!! I just got a tracking # from FGG/Necromancer for the 5th Ed. Kickstarter.
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They do great stuff!
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Robert Miller

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A drawing my daughter did last year. Enlarge it to see all the details.
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That's real talent 
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Who We Are We consist of old grognard gamers, including a brilliant layout guy, and a cartographer who was not even a gamer when we recruited him. We have more than a few writing credits to our name, and have decided after dealing with publishers, printers and middlemen to head off on our own and make some books. We have developed friendships with, and worked with the best and most famous writers in the industry. We are the real deal. Who We Aren't We won't fill your players coffers with millions of gold pieces and powerful magic items either, at least not without great efforts. Our encounters won't be "balanced" to make sure no one dies, and a 3rd level monster may or may not have 50.2 gp (like its supposed to in certain rule books). Death will be frequent, but fair, and players who fail to use their heads will surely lose them. After all, Tsathogga's special attack is "eats 1d6 adventurers per round". Adventurers taste like chicken....errrr, flies.
 
With all the latest deals from FGG, I've bought a lot of S&W books. Looks like my RPG budget for this year, at least the first 2/3, is spent. But truth is, I couldn't be happier with what I've got. S&W and FGG hits that sweet spot of awesomeness, simpleness and and retro coolness that I want now. Well done, Frogs :)
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I am a huge fan. Just picked up what I was missing for Razor Coast with their Daily Deal from last week.
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Steven M

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Variant Zombie for Swords & Wizardry. 
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Steven M

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New Monster: Flesh Painting for Swords & Wizardry
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Dear Frog fans. Our new GM just told us that he won't be able to run the new 5e game until  after summer. So now I'm contemplating running an S&W game in the Lost Lands. Which book would you guys recommend for a starting campaign - Barakus or Stoneheart Valley? Also, what maps would be appropriate?
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Thanks gamers :)
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Marcus Burggraf

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Hi all, 

I have adapted the Grey Citadel for my own setting. Since the PDF did not contain a player map I recreated it for my own game. It is not a 100% match in regards to the buildings etc but I believe true enough that some of you may get use out of it as well.
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Nicely Done, that's where my campaign is set
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Erik Tenkar

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This is my copy. There are many like it, but this one is mine. Thanks to the generosity of one of The Tavern's regulars (and the inadvertent generosity of Frog God Games, who mailed said Tavern regular an extra copy and said ...
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John Reyst

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Starting 1 minute after midnight tonight be on the lookout for a rare 1 day only 40% off almost everything in the Open Gaming store. Yes, 40%... On almost everything in the store, yes 1 day only. Hope you've got some gamer bucks ready. Go to http://shop.d20pfsrd.com/collections/on-sale-now and keep hitting REFRESH PAGE starting in less than 1 hour!
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Johua De Santo

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Spring MEPAcon is here and guess who is running a lot of S&W at the convention.
Spring MEPAcon is in just a two weeks! My schedule of GM events has been pushed to the registration site for player sign-ups! If any of you will be in the Scranton, PA area and like to attend, I can be found on Friday and Sat...
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We are the deal of the day!! That requires shameless promotion! 

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That means 60% off (or US$5.20).

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