Mythmere wrote: The original version would, I think, seem a bit humdrum to S&W players in terms of the opposition --
The Red Priest wrote:Mythmere wrote: The original version would, I think, seem a bit humdrum to S&W players in terms of the opposition --
Not exactly a high endorsement. I assume there's something other than the encounters that makes this a worthwhile conversion from 3 ... er ... I mean pathfinder to S&W? Please remember, not all of us are converts from newer systems, and so we're not all that up on the latest, coolest material in that arena.
[/quote]I guess that brings up another question (one I hadn't thought of until writing this here post). I suppose there will be "official" (for lack of a better word) modules produced by Frog, and I'm further supposing that some will be geared to appeal more to the pathfinder crossover crowd, and some geared more toward the "mostly older" crowd. I even further suppose that there won't be any code words or phrases on the cover to differentiate the two. Of course, the easiest way to make sure you pick up an adventure you like is to sit back and let someone else pay for it and review it. So, I'm wondering. Is there any incentive for a publisher (Frog or anyone) to create a cover splash signifying intended audience? I mean, is there any incentive other than "just being nice"?
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