Frequently Asked Questions
The first thing most people want to know about is Overseas Shipping. So what is our take on Overseas Shipping?
This hardcover book likely will cost around $60 to $80 to ship to non-US customers. We continue to see cost increases and damage increases on overseas shipping. We cannot do anything about this. Likewise, some countries charge VAT tax or other fees to our customers on receipt. We cannot fraudulently lie about the value of materials we mail out.We actually have considered not even selling books overseas due to the complaints about postage. That being said, we have a number of long term customers that we want to be able to get our stuff. But this postage stuff is not for the faint of heart. Due to the handling of our products when we mail them tens of thousands of miles, we have noted a significant increase in damage as well. One package sent overseas can cost $50, $70 or even $100 to reship. We discussed this internally, after spending several thousand dollars in excess postage over the past year. While we take great care in packing, we still have about 2% of our shipments get damaged en-route. What we decided was that we would start double boxing overseas shipments, and also that we needed to charge insurance costs on the postal service. We will continue to honor our policy of 100% resend on damaged books--and after much deliberation, we will be adding a $15 USD insurance and handling charge on all overseas shipments. T We hate to do this--but conditions have simply become untenable for us to continue to lose large amounts of money shipping books overseas. We are happy to ship you anything regardless of where you live, but we have to stay in business at the same time.Last updated:
Couple of early questions. 1) The Sahuagin Chief pledge level says it's available in either contains the S&W or 5e versions. But for the Softcover Monster Reference, the text says there is no S&W. Does that mean the pledge level only comes with a 5e book
The S&W conversion aren't finished yet, although they are in process. Most likely a first level adventure using 5e won't be higher than a level 1-2 adventure for S&W, but it will depend on the monsters and on what needs to be added/altered to make it into a good S&W adventure. The systems are different enough that you can't be 100% sure until the conversion/rewrite is actually finished.
Physical copy of monster reference only available in 5e.
A S&W monster reference would just be a list of stat blocks, so it would be, maybe, 3 pages long and duplicative. So basically it's in there for 5e because it's a useful tool, but for S&W it wouldn't be useful.Last updated:
Does the Beadle & Grimm's Sea King's Ship Maps pledge come with the maps as well as the vault? the rewards don't mention the maps, only the vault but the pledge title says maps?
It comes w/ the three ship maps and the carry case. They are VERY high end and nicely done.Last updated:
Is there any possibility to add a pledge level between Sea Baron and Collector that includes the deluxe book and cloth map?
The collector pledge has everything in one version though...I think this one meets your need. Complete collector is both versions (or 2 of 1 version).Last updated:
Of course--most or all of our books will be. The next one (secret for now) is especially topical for LL; its been talked about for 20 years, and dovetails nicely with Sea Kings as well.Last updated:
Michael Potter will likely do this for us--not as part of the Kickstarter though.
Papa Frog says:
Will a digital map pack, similar to the one from the City of Brass project, be offered with this kickstarter?
From Papa Frog:
Probably PSD files. There are only a dozen maps or soLast updated:
We will provide both a Backerkit download and a store coupon at our webstore
Frog God GamesLast updated:
At the end of the kickstarter will we 100% be able to add the maps to the pledge as an add-on or is there a way to do that now to guarantee that I get one?
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Frog God Games, LLC
1. Any chance this will be supported in Pathfinder v1 as all my other Lost Lands are in this ruleset? 2. Why not?
1. From Papa Frog:
2. I want it understood that this is my opinion on why we are not supporting PF1 with this adventure.
With the future of PF1 uncertain it doesn't make good business sense to publish books for what may become a very niche community. There are certain amounts of books that we have to have printed to make it viable and profitable. While there is no guarantee that any book will be profitable it's not sensible to print say 500 books when you are only able to sell maybe 200. If PF2 is a viable system then it may be sensible to do a print run under that system. But it is still too early to know that outcome.
I hope this answers your question. I have passed your question on and hopefully one of the main Frogs will respond.Last updated:
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