12 to Midnight Wish List

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Which 12 to Midnight title do you most want to own in print?

Brainwashed
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Fear Effects
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5%
Fear Effects
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5%
Fear Effects
4
5%
Fear Effects
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5%
Skinwalker
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2%
Skinwalker
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2%
Skinwalker
2
2%
Skinwalker
2
2%
Bloodlines
2
2%
Bloodlines
2
2%
Bloodlines
2
2%
Bloodlines
2
2%
Bloodlines
2
2%
None of these--one of your other titles
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None of these--one of your other titles
2
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None of these--one of your other titles
2
2%
None of these--one of your other titles
2
2%
None--PDF is just fine for me
11
13%
None--PDF is just fine for me
11
13%
None--PDF is just fine for me
11
13%
None--PDF is just fine for me
11
13%
 
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12 to Midnight Wish List

#1 Postby Prest0 » Mon May 01, 2006 10:29 am

As some of you know, a print edition of d20 Bloodlines is now available in game stores. IF sales are sufficient, we may look at doing other print editions. If you could buy one Savaged edition of a recent 12 to Midnight title, which would it be?
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#2 Postby EssEmAech » Mon May 01, 2006 1:10 pm

I voted "None-One of your other products".

That other product being your Plot Point Campaign/Setting book. "Buffythulhu: Pine Box" (or whatever you end up calling it :wink: )

If it was already a given that it would be printed, then I still have an alternate suggestion.

Is combining all your Savaged adventures with the Fear Effects rules into one book feasible? Even in softcover, I'd pick that up for around $35-$40. But, that's just me, I don't know about anyone else.
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#3 Postby Yuri » Mon May 01, 2006 1:42 pm

For adventures, I like pdfs.

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#4 Postby Bill » Mon May 01, 2006 2:19 pm

I would like to see your Pinebox setting set up from the old west beginnings to modern day (snapshots of the area in the old west, say DL:R era, the 1940s and modern day). The older settings could give background that may/may not be useful today. Then develop it into a full setting with some plot points for the locations. That would be a nice print book in my humble opinion :wink:
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#5 Postby dahak » Mon May 01, 2006 4:07 pm

Damn, I forgot that Greens Guide to Ghosts is a 12 to Midnight product.... I voted for Fear Effects, but Green's Guide is your product that I'd most like to see in print.

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#6 Postby Marc Hameleers » Mon May 01, 2006 4:29 pm

hi

I voted for pdf's There is almost no way that products in print will be cheap enough compared to my own laser printer, since i live in Europe. Books get way, way too pricey really, and I will not buy books of PDF's I own. However, new stuff, a cool setting in book form, might be worth it. Most likely i'll still prefer the pdf though!....But i'm gonna get it for sure. Your stuff rocks!

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#7 Postby bloodshadows » Mon May 01, 2006 4:54 pm

I'd like to see Fear Effects bundled in with something else, preferably a biginning tale set in Pinebox so you'd have Fear Effects for the ones that followed. Given that most of your stuff now has "If you're using Fear Effect..." in it, seems like a good idea.
I've got all the 12 to Midnight products in PDF and love it. I can print out what I need, when I need it. But, I would love to see a wider audience brought in, which maybe print products would do. I know I've talked up your products on some Cthulhu forums and most people said they'd love to buy your products, but only in print form.


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#8 Postby savagelurker » Mon May 01, 2006 5:06 pm

Once I own the PDF I don't see the point in buying the book. I voted for "None, the PDFs are good enough for me".

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#9 Postby starwars1138 » Mon May 01, 2006 5:27 pm

yeah, I'd love to see all the Savage stuff in a $40 dollar bundled "Spooky Savage Set" or something.
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