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    Pathfinder of any version isn't my thing but generally speaking there's huge value in the DLC for rulebooks etc....

    Unless you have more time than money.

    Personally, I'd rather be actually gaming with my gaming/hobby time than doing the drudgery of entering data... as much as possible at least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordEntrails View Post
    Since PF2 is a new game, I strongly encourage people to consider not buying the hard covers. I mean if you buy it in FG, then you have everything. It's FG ready, it's in FG as a Reference Manual, and you get the PDF free.
    This is my plan for PF2e, I will only be buying hard copies of the APs. No rule books.

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    Quick ? Alchemical (bomb, elixir, ext.....) are they entered in the core? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jovekos View Post
    Quick ? Alchemical (bomb, elixir, ext.....) are they entered in the core? thanks
    They're entered as items in the Core Rules DLC. You can drag/drop them to your inventory, but at this time there is no further automation - there will be in a future ruleset release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordEntrails View Post
    I've done this with 5E. Don't have a single hard cover. Not been a problem for me.
    Same. Though I think my 2nd and 3rd edition books are starting to get lonely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordEntrails View Post
    Since PF2 is a new game, I strongly encourage people to consider not buying the hard covers. I mean if you buy it in FG, then you have everything. It's FG ready, it's in FG as a Reference Manual, and you get the PDF free.

    I've done this with 5E. Don't have a single hard cover. Not been a problem for me.
    Same here, but I have most of the 5e hardcover books anyways. Electronic versions are much more useful than the hardcovers, but there's still something I like about flipping through the hardcover books. So when a new one comes out I put it on my Amazon wishlist. Then they just tend to appear around the holidays.

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