Actually, didn't he confirm that the painting in question was on display in his office. That's the opposite of denial. He only denied that staff were uncomfortable about an iron cross hanging in their boss's office.
Whoa now, enough with the crazy ideas. You don't want the management to think you're gunning for their jobs with lateral thinking like that.
Next you'll be telling me that it's not normal for staff to have asthma attacks due to the amount of dust inside a building.
I kinda feel like Erik Mona is being given a bit of a free pass by many people. Price stated that he was basically the best of the worst in regards to management. However, Erik's reddit post doesn't address the fact that he sat on his hands and did nothing when people under him raised issues...
Yeah, it certainly is. It seems that those operating at a lower paid levels are very different from those at the executive level.
Disappointing to hear that Lisa Stevens and Eric Mona are not the people I had thought they were though.
Wow! Just wow!!!
I had always thought that Paizo was leading the way in terms of being a progressive RPG company. Based on what Jessica Price has written, that seems to be about as far from the truth as possible.
Some of this stuff seems comparable with the whole TSR3/Ernie Gygax/Justin LaNasa...
I got by for years with a couple of Paizo flip mats. Lightweight, portable and cheap. If I needed an easy to transport battlemat, that would be my first choice.
When playing at home I now prefer tiled or jigsaw battle mats for my games. They’re bulkier than the flip mats and more expensive, but...
Let’s not get carried away here. A $4m+ RPG Kickstarter is freaking awesome, but you’re still talking about a Kickstarter with 35k backers
There are several established RPGs with more players than that on Roll20 alone, let alone all electronic and physical tabletops. D&D has millions of...
I’m sad that IDW’s game division seems to be all but gone. An Avatar board game was slated to follow the TMNT (which I’ve got and love) and Batman (waiting on delivery) board games as a Kickstarter. The success of this Kickstarter shows that there is strong demand for the setting.