While listening/watching the reviews of the pathfinder minis on the ReaperTV youtube channel I was pleased to hear the narrator mention the wiki Link is Here and the plug happens about 4:50 into the video talking about Pugwampi minis/article!Read more >
have seen a few different ways to write articles being portrayed by various chroniclers.
1. Take the book, and enter the test in that one book for all possible articles. This allows for someone to write many articles in a sort amount of time. Some of these articles, though, may not have information from all of the available resources, if others are available. On the other hand, this method better allows the chronicler to edit previously made articles with the information held in the book in their hands (or on their screens).
2. Take a list of articles that you would like to write about, and use the search function of Adobe Reader (Edit > Search) to find all of the books that have data on the article at hand. This means that articles may have…Read more >
NaNoWriMo , For those that don't know, is National Novel Writing month. Where in month of November people try to write 50,000 words. It has a page to keep track, and weekly 'pep talk' emails. I am going to keep a copy of my new articles and sections from the wiki in a separate file, and submit them for my Nano word count. I challenge everyone to join my quest and sign up. lets get 50,000 words a piece into the wiki in November! }}Read more >
Paizo and Reaper Miniatures today announced that Reaper would be producing monthly metal miniature releases to support Paizo’s new Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Debuting in Fall 2009, with fantasy miniatures supporting the Pathfinder RPG, Pathfinder Adventure Paths, Pathfinder Modules, and the world of the Pathfinder Chronicles campaign setting.
“We’re ecstatic to be working with the fine people at Paizo Publishing,” said Ed Pugh, CEO of Reaper Miniatures. “The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game has set a new standard in roleplaying and gaming in our industry. We’re proud to be a part of such a groundbreaking endeavor.”
We'll be discussing the scope and future of this range here at Gen Con over the next few days, and I imagine both Paizo and Reaper…
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