F. Wesley Schneider

Writer, Editor, Game Designer, Sineater

I love tabletop & I love Android. I like to print game materials at the table on the fly thru Cloud Print, and carry all my books in one bag. I would love to buy my pdfs directly from the GPlay store so I could use my purchases on my tablet without first uploading them all to GDrive and then transferring them to GPlay Books. Is such a feature for your pdfs in the works, or will I continue to face the (admittedly, very minor) inconvenience to put my Paizo purchases on my tablet?

I honestly don’t know. All of our tech offerings go through our tech team, who do science-alchemy I am neither wise nor fit enough to perform. Drop a question on the message board below and someone in the know will let you know! Hope that helps!

http://paizo.com/paizo/messageboards/paizo/customerService

iblamethedice:

The I Blame the Dice Redemption Giveaway!
To celebrate his new novel coming out, Pathfinder Fiction Editor, James L. Sutter has decided to partner with I Blame the Dice and give away one signed copy of his new Pathfinder Tales novel, The Redemption Engine, along with one PDF/ePub of Death’s Heretic, and one PDF/ePub of The Redemption Engine!
So, how can you win one of these awesome prizes? It’s simple!
Be actively following I Blame the Dice.
Like or Reblog this post AND like/reblog either this interview or this book review to enter - limit three reblogs! 
Entrants must live in the United States or Canada. Canadian entrants must be willing to pay for shipping if they win.
The winner must have their Ask Box open to be informed that they won.
The winner must post a picture of them with their prize on their blog, and submit it to I Blame the Dice.
Winner will be announced on the evening of  May 16th, 2014.
* I reserve the right alter and/or to cancel this event at anytime, without prior announcement if any issues arise. Play fair and have fun! I Blame the Dice is not liable for any damaged/lost items, though the prize will be sent to the winner insured and sent with delivery confirmation.
That’s all team! 
Be sure to check out I Blame the Dice’s Book Review of The Redemption Engine, and our interview with the author, James L. Sutter! 
Good luck, and may all your rolls be crits!
Edit: The rules of entry were changed on April 24, 2014 at 6:29 pm.
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iblamethedice:

The I Blame the Dice Redemption Giveaway!
To celebrate his new novel coming out, Pathfinder Fiction Editor, James L. Sutter has decided to partner with I Blame the Dice and give away one signed copy of his new Pathfinder Tales novel, The Redemption Engine, along with one PDF/ePub of Death’s Heretic, and one PDF/ePub of The Redemption Engine!
So, how can you win one of these awesome prizes? It’s simple!
Be actively following I Blame the Dice.
Like or Reblog this post AND like/reblog either this interview or this book review to enter - limit three reblogs! 
Entrants must live in the United States or Canada. Canadian entrants must be willing to pay for shipping if they win.
The winner must have their Ask Box open to be informed that they won.
The winner must post a picture of them with their prize on their blog, and submit it to I Blame the Dice.
Winner will be announced on the evening of  May 16th, 2014.
* I reserve the right alter and/or to cancel this event at anytime, without prior announcement if any issues arise. Play fair and have fun! I Blame the Dice is not liable for any damaged/lost items, though the prize will be sent to the winner insured and sent with delivery confirmation.
That’s all team! 
Be sure to check out I Blame the Dice’s Book Review of The Redemption Engine, and our interview with the author, James L. Sutter! 
Good luck, and may all your rolls be crits!
Edit: The rules of entry were changed on April 24, 2014 at 6:29 pm.
ZoomInfo

iblamethedice:

The I Blame the Dice Redemption Giveaway!

To celebrate his new novel coming out, Pathfinder Fiction Editor, James L. Sutter has decided to partner with I Blame the Dice and give away one signed copy of his new Pathfinder Tales novel, The Redemption Engine, along with one PDF/ePub of Death’s Heretic, and one PDF/ePub of The Redemption Engine!

So, how can you win one of these awesome prizes? It’s simple!

  1. Be actively following I Blame the Dice.
  2. Like or Reblog this post AND like/reblog either this interview or this book review to enter - limit three reblogs! 
  3. Entrants must live in the United States or Canada. Canadian entrants must be willing to pay for shipping if they win.
  4. The winner must have their Ask Box open to be informed that they won.
  5. The winner must post a picture of them with their prize on their blog, and submit it to I Blame the Dice.
  6. Winner will be announced on the evening of  May 16th, 2014.

* I reserve the right alter and/or to cancel this event at anytime, without prior announcement if any issues arise. Play fair and have fun! I Blame the Dice is not liable for any damaged/lost items, though the prize will be sent to the winner insured and sent with delivery confirmation.

That’s all team!

Be sure to check out I Blame the Dice’s Book Review of The Redemption Engine, and our interview with the author, James L. Sutter

Good luck, and may all your rolls be crits!

Edit: The rules of entry were changed on April 24, 2014 at 6:29 pm.

iblamethedice:

The I Blame the Dice Redemption Giveaway!
To celebrate his new novel coming out, Pathfinder Fiction Editor, James L. Sutter has decided to partner with I Blame the Dice and give away one signed copy of his new Pathfinder Tales novel, The Redemption Engine, along with one PDF/ePub of Death’s Heretic, and one PDF/ePub of The Redemption Engine!
So, how can you win one of these awesome prizes? It’s simple!
Be actively following I Blame the Dice.
Like & Reblog this post to enter - limit three reblogs! 
Entrants must live in the United States or Canada. Canadian entrants must be willing to pay for shipping if they win.
The winner must have their Ask Box open to be informed that they won.
The winner must post a picture of them with their prize on their blog, and submit it to I Blame the Dice.
Winner will be announced on the evening of  May 16th, 2014.
* I reserve the right to cancel this event at anytime, without prior announcement if any issues arise. Play fair and have fun! I Blame the Dice is not liable for any damaged/lost items, though the prize will be sent to the winner insured and sent with delivery confirmation.
That’s all team! 
Be sure to check out I Blame the Dice’s Book Review of The Redemption Engine, and our interview with the author, James L. Sutter! 
Good luck, and may all your rolls be crits!
ZoomInfo
iblamethedice:

The I Blame the Dice Redemption Giveaway!
To celebrate his new novel coming out, Pathfinder Fiction Editor, James L. Sutter has decided to partner with I Blame the Dice and give away one signed copy of his new Pathfinder Tales novel, The Redemption Engine, along with one PDF/ePub of Death’s Heretic, and one PDF/ePub of The Redemption Engine!
So, how can you win one of these awesome prizes? It’s simple!
Be actively following I Blame the Dice.
Like & Reblog this post to enter - limit three reblogs! 
Entrants must live in the United States or Canada. Canadian entrants must be willing to pay for shipping if they win.
The winner must have their Ask Box open to be informed that they won.
The winner must post a picture of them with their prize on their blog, and submit it to I Blame the Dice.
Winner will be announced on the evening of  May 16th, 2014.
* I reserve the right to cancel this event at anytime, without prior announcement if any issues arise. Play fair and have fun! I Blame the Dice is not liable for any damaged/lost items, though the prize will be sent to the winner insured and sent with delivery confirmation.
That’s all team! 
Be sure to check out I Blame the Dice’s Book Review of The Redemption Engine, and our interview with the author, James L. Sutter! 
Good luck, and may all your rolls be crits!
ZoomInfo

iblamethedice:

The I Blame the Dice Redemption Giveaway!

To celebrate his new novel coming out, Pathfinder Fiction Editor, James L. Sutter has decided to partner with I Blame the Dice and give away one signed copy of his new Pathfinder Tales novel, The Redemption Engine, along with one PDF/ePub of Death’s Heretic, and one PDF/ePub of The Redemption Engine!

So, how can you win one of these awesome prizes? It’s simple!

  1. Be actively following I Blame the Dice.
  2. Like & Reblog this post to enter - limit three reblogs! 
  3. Entrants must live in the United States or Canada. Canadian entrants must be willing to pay for shipping if they win.
  4. The winner must have their Ask Box open to be informed that they won.
  5. The winner must post a picture of them with their prize on their blog, and submit it to I Blame the Dice.
  6. Winner will be announced on the evening of  May 16th, 2014.

* I reserve the right to cancel this event at anytime, without prior announcement if any issues arise. Play fair and have fun! I Blame the Dice is not liable for any damaged/lost items, though the prize will be sent to the winner insured and sent with delivery confirmation.

That’s all team!

Be sure to check out I Blame the Dice’s Book Review of The Redemption Engine, and our interview with the author, James L. Sutter

Good luck, and may all your rolls be crits!

hannigraham:

Here’s a list of weird/strange articles on wikipedia in no particular order for you to read and just add more useless knowledge in your puny human brain. General murder/death trigger warning for most.

Bloody Mary || Kennedy curse || Taman Shud Case || La Voisin || Greyfriars Bobby || Pripyat || Albert Fish || Mary Toft || The Cure for Insomnia || Roanoke Colony || John Murray Spear || Arecibo message || Nuckelavee || Phaistos Disc || Tanganyika laughter epidemic || Mad Gasser of Mattoon || Murder of Junko Furuta || Peoples Temple || Ed Gein || Stargate Project || Jackalope || Numbers station || UVB-76 || Bélmez Faces || Donner Party || Adam || Mariana UFO incident || Valentich disappearance || Cleveland Torso Murderer || Trepanning || Dyatlov Pass incident || Grey goo || Overtoun House || The Garden of Earthly Delights || Wilhelm Reich || Starchild skull || Original Night Stalker || Owlman || Ararat anomaly || British big cats || Jack the Ripper || Clapham Wood Mystery || Pope Lick Monster || Shadow person || Out-of-place artifact || Black Dahlia || Jersey Devil || Crawfordsville monster || Koro || Philadelphia Experiment || Glasgow smile || Roswell UFO incident || David Parker Ray || D. B. Cooper || Total Information Awareness || Goatman || Grey alien || Joachim Kroll || Peter Kürten || Gilles de Rais || Alien abduction || Joseph Vacher || Mothman || Polywater || Catacombe dei Cappuccini || Villisca Axe Murders || Grace Sherwood || Loveland frog || The Hermitage || Jatinga || Sankebetsu brown bear incident || Mongolian death worm || Devil’s Footprints || The Sick Child || H. H. Holmes || Dysaesthesia aethiopica || Bloody Benders || Lamia || Black Paintings || The Monster with 21 Faces || Shirime || Lina Medina || Exploding head syndrome || Quantum suicide and immortality || Mokele-mbembe || Spontaneous human combustion || Dulce Base || Chandre Oram || Oscar || Men in Black || Vladimir Demikhov || The Great Red Dragon Paintings || Bloop || Retroactive continuity || Elizabeth Báthory || Delphine LaLaurie || Silverpilen || Polybius || Guided rat || Robert J. White || Chelyabinsk meteor || Armin Meiwes || Big Crunch || Belchen Tunnel || Moberly–Jourdain incident || Boy Scout Lane || Princes in the Tower || Rosenheim Poltergeist || Peter Stumpp || Bermuda Triangle || Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery || Hill of Crosses || Self-immolation || Lycaon || Burke and Hare murders || Pykrete || Kate Morgan || List of unusual deaths || Sawney Bean || Rogue elephant of Aberdare Forest || Yoshio Kodaira || Incorruptibility || Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus || Toynbee tiles || Rat king || Sailing stones || Thalidomide || Jersey Shore shark attacks of 1916 || Tunguska event || Head transplant || List of cryptids || Borley Rectory || Sedlec Ossuary || Alien hand syndrome || Capgras delusion || Mellified man || Atuk || Monster of Glamis || Spring-heeled Jack || Allagash Abductions || Aokigahara || Raymond Robinson (Green Man) || Premature burial || Brain transplant || Nightmarchers || Decompression illness || Midgetville || Zombie || Mercy Brown vampire incident || Necromancy || Lamkin || Harry K. Daghlian, Jr. || Icelandic Phallological Museum || Neisseria meningitidis || Unit 731 || Bunny Man || Bubbly Creek || Malleus Maleficarum || Moll Dyer || Original Spanish Kitchen || Charles Bonnet syndrome || Voynich manuscript || Black Annis || True name || Dorothy Talbye trial || Black dog || Wandering Jew || Sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway || Yara-ma-yha-who || Rod Ferrell || The Juniper Tree

(via wilburwhateley)

Not a question but thank you for bringing countless hours of fun to our table. ~Kaname

Yay! Well that pretty much made my morning. Thanks a ton for the great comment!

If you guys keep playing I promise we’ll keep doing our best to help tell awesome stories!