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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Farquhar View Post
    Yup - but its an expensive way of doing things.
    For us, maybe, but it's probably cheaper for them to do it that way than release a whole lot of smaller, individual products.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Farquhar View Post
    I find I don't get much use out of the "Adventure Path" format (for which I blame Paizo).
    They go back waaaay before that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morrus View Post
    They go back waaaay before that!

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    uh.........those beautiful, beautiful, modules of beauty
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    To be honest, the APs are this edition's setting material as well. Yes we had bits and bobs in scag, vgtm and mtof but the most detailed setting material for forgotten realms is in the adventures. Curious to see how they changed BG from its depiction in Murder in Baldur's Gate.
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    These all look great. Sign me up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pukunui View Post
    For us, maybe, but it's probably cheaper for them to do it that way than release a whole lot of smaller, individual products.
    I would rather have more books like TftYP, with a random selection of adventures and no connecting plot.

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    I think it is great Beadle & Grimm's Platinum Editions seem to be economically viable for the company. Those products are not for me, but it is cool stuff for folks who want ready made figs, props, battle maps, and play aids.

    I'm a tiny bit disappointed the adventure is 1st - 13th level. I hold out hope for some higher level stuff to be announced Sunday - even though it looks like it will be a campaign setting.

    I may run at least parts of the adventure so I can use my Dwarven Forge Hellscape and Den of Evil sets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssvegeta555 View Post
    Meh, the only thing that even peaked my interest is the Essentials starter set (not sure why they used Essentials again but whatever) and only because of the 1 on 1 variant rules. I'd like to see how that works and if it's something that can be used for all levels of play.
    Your probably better off waiting for the Beowulf kickstarter that does the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentdante View Post
    you cant just wait till september?
    Id be doing my job very poorly if I did.

    the stranger things tie in, i also got it for 12 dollars.
    Amazon UK has it for 40. Luckily a friend in the US has sent me one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Farquhar View Post
    Yup - but its an expensive way of doing things.
    Well, sure, you can also just make everything yourself, way cheaper. But organizing buckets of content around a theme, like Giants or Hell, makes sense for WotC, and it is easier to remove plot than to add plot.
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