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Heya guys,

just got an email that Paizo are having a sale on selected stock over on their web-store until December 1st: http://paizo.com/store/sale/theGreatGolem2013Sale

A lot of content from other publishers and a lot of their older stuff. Some cheap adventure path stock here: http://paizo.com/store/sale/theGreatGolem2013Sale/roleplayingGames/paizoPublishingLLC/pathfinderAP

Cheap dungeon tles:

http://paizo.com/store/sale/theGreatGolem2013Sale/maps

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Husband got the email too, and happily spent his birthday money on it. He made out like a bandit, too: $170 worth of stuff for $50, score! :bday: I'm eyeing a few things myself, since there's also a good handful of miniatures in the sale: http://paizo.com/store/sale/theGreatGolem2013Sale/miniatures

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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Inner Sea WG for $25 sounds awesome until you learn that Paizo still charges shipping.

 

...To Canada...

 

...Plus its all in USD...

 

It's $33 CAD on Amazon.ca with free shipping. Actually most of Paizo's stuff is usually cheaper through Amazon (CA and US).

 

Edit: and now their site is kerploded.

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The problem I have with the flip-maps are that they don't lay down properly they are folded up into this nice little 8x11 size to be able to sell and then you unfold and they just bow up everywhere nearly making it impossible to put minis down on them. My group just uses gaming paper for per-drawn maps of our own and the old stand by wet erase battle mat.

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The problem I have with the flip-maps are that they don't lay down properly they are folded up into this nice little 8x11 size to be able to sell and then you unfold and they just bow up everywhere nearly making it impossible to put minis down on them. My group just uses gaming paper for per-drawn maps of our own and the old stand by wet erase battle mat.

 

I fold mine 'against the grain' as it were - they really are quite robust and handle this kind of treatment. A couple of folds back and forth and the maps lie flat. I've had some of my flip mats for years and none even show signs of wear yet. A very nice product, ime.

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