Quick Poll: Monster Stats in Adventures

Last week I posted asking for feedback on multi-system adventures and got some great comments here, on Paizo.com and on G+. I’ve got another question for you and thought I’d do a quick poll.

Where do you prefer to see monster/NPC stat blocks presented in adventures?

Do you like the stats included as part of the adventure text (as in most Paizo Pathfinder adventures), on a separate page or double page spread (the “delve” format in late 3.5 & early 4e adventures), or  together at the back of the adventure in an appendix? Or something completely different? Does it depend on the system you’re using?

Please let me know what you think.


Quick Poll: 13th Age Icons PDF

Someone asked me yesterday if there was any chance of a PDF collecting the 15 icons I wrote for 13th Age and Parsantium. I’ve been thinking about doing this so it would be useful to gauge how much interest there would be.

I’d be looking to price the PDF at around $2 and lay it out in the style of Parsantium: City at the Crossroads with minimal art to keep the cost down.

Would you buy a PDF like this? Please vote in the poll or let me know what you think in the comments.

What’s Next for Parsantium?

Now that Parsantium has been out of a couple of weeks, I’ve been thinking about writing some new material to support the book. Some of this new stuff will be blog posts or articles here on Parsantium.com but I am also considering some PDF-only supplements for sale on drivethrurpg.com and Paizo.

So, what would you like to read about? Vote in the poll below and/or let me know in the comments 🙂

Speaking of feedback, I was thrilled that Parsantium got another 5 star review this week. Thanks Paul!

Poll: PDF or Print?

From chatting to some of you, there seems to be more interest in a print version of Parsantium than I first thought, hence this poll. My plan is to release Parsantium: City at the Crossroads both as a PDF and as a softcover print book; page count will be around 175-200 pages. I’ve still to determine the prices but I would expect the PDF to be around 40% cheaper than the print book. Which would you prefer to buy?