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    Book of Feasts

    Picked up the Book of Feasts today. Marvelous elaboration. Very nice indeed.

    One quibble I was really hoping to find however: numbering on the cards. It's difficult to draw feast cards in play-by-post, but not hard to roll a d155 to select one. With each card numbered it would be easier to determine which was drawn. As is, I'm still stuck dividing by 9 and figuring out which page the remainder is on, and then the card.

    Feh.

    --Khanwulf

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    I don't actually have the book yet but I was thinking I'd have to make a script for my game spreadsheet to spit out the cards drawn for everyone at once. Without numbers that means adding all the names as well which is much more work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khanwulf View Post
    Picked up the Book of Feasts today. Marvelous elaboration. Very nice indeed.

    One quibble I was really hoping to find however: numbering on the cards. It's difficult to draw feast cards in play-by-post, but not hard to roll a d155 to select one. With each card numbered it would be easier to determine which was drawn. As is, I'm still stuck dividing by 9 and figuring out which page the remainder is on, and then the card.

    Feh.

    --Khanwulf
    I don't kno where you bought yours, but on Drivethru, it gives you a folder of printable image files for each of the cards, with each of them numbered 1-155, so that's how I've been using them in my PbP,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.47 View Post
    I don't kno where you bought yours, but on Drivethru, it gives you a folder of printable image files for each of the cards, with each of them numbered 1-155, so that's how I've been using them in my PbP,
    Oh good call. Thanks--had not looked in the image folder yet! I can do the same for now.

    Note that there are 154 cards in the folder, plus the cardback, so the text of the book may need to be amended (it says 155 cards).

    --Khanwulf

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    Will there be an option to get a paper copy of the book? I already have the dead tree version of the cards but would really like to have the book as well!

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    Does Drivethroughrp prints only in the US??
    I'm in Italy and noticed that if I order both book PDF + printed cards the price get double (about 50$).

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    I noticed it too that the shipping is the same price as the deck itself. Maybe it becomes cheaper if you order more print books from them, but currently I have no other books I want as print so I have held off on ordering this book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornelius View Post
    I noticed it too that the shipping is the same price as the deck itself. Maybe it becomes cheaper if you order more print books from them, but currently I have no other books I want as print so I have held off on ordering this book.
    In the comments they answered me saying that CARDS are printed by Drivethroughrpg ONLY in USA...
    http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/...ttest_filtered

    This is too bad since I'm dubious even about buying just the PDF: I do not want to waste money in a system which is maybe good but which requires real cards...

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    Drivethru Cards ships internationally. Is there a way we can get the feast cards on there so that people can order decks that way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarik View Post
    Drivethru Cards ships internationally. Is there a way we can get the feast cards on there so that people can order decks that way?

    ..but do they print also in Europe or just only in the US?
    If it's just US, nothing changes about prices!

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