Re: [pcgen] [CMP] Rough pricing ideas
- I'm gonna snip lots to make my comments :
>Okay, we've got some rough ideas here people. time for some feedback.[snip]
>look it over, tell us what you think (also going to be posted on our
>This was posted here so that you guys would have feedback as well, not
>as an advertisement.
>W. Robert Reed III
>- Code Monkey Publishing Co-Founder
>- #1 Evil Monkey
>Pricing Schema - rough ideas
>Individual book prices.
>Monster ManualWhy the $2.50 difference between MM 1 and MM2?
>Monster Manual II
>Players HandbookWhy is PsiHanbook dearer than the PHB, even though it's smaller?
Are the differences in price sue to the extra coding requirements needed?
>This is good to know.
>WotC data sets will be maintained at no additional cost for as long as
>CMP is in business. (this does not cover non officially released data
>sets - we're still working on a proper definition for this, but it gives
>you an idea of what we're looking at doing)
The Bundle Packs look good.
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> Just a suggestion, but my DMs pretty much have all of the sourcebooks
> and allow you to pull from them, but they don't have any of theAs stated earlier. There will most likely be two SRD files. One for
> modules, as they run their own home-brew campaigns. Therefore an
> "Everything but the Modules" set would be ideal for me.
> Also, how will the stuff from WotC's web page be handled?
> How about 3.5e? I'm assuming that will be a seperate deal once it
> comes out.
3.0 and one for 3.5 brcause not everyone is going to upgrade to 3.5.
Also CMP should have the full datasets for 3.5 for sale.
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