Friday, April 23, 2010

Paizo stole an idea from LPJ Design that LPJ Design stole from Tricky Owlbear…

Once again, Paizo has crossed the line. First it was the Wayne Reynolds incident, then the Sean K. Reynolds incident  (see a conspiracy of Reynolds), now I see you are doing again! I saw on the Paizo website that you are doing Pathfinder Chronicles: Classic Treasures Revisited. I looked over the product description and noticed that they “stole” (Air Quotes) this product idea from the True Arcane Story product line that I did. What is even worst, is that idea was one that I “stole” from Tricky Owlbear  and their Behind the Spell line they did.

Paizo “stole” from LPJ Design, that I honestly “stole” from Tricky Owlbear!

How dare they! You can't “steal” something that someone else “stole”. That is just wrong. There is a basic principle here. You can’t “steal” what has been “stolen”. That is just under gentleman like.

Well, you just enjoy your Pathfinder Chronicles: Classic Treasures Revisited, Paizo. I can at least revel in the concept that I would never “steal” a “stolen” idea. That is not the kind of person I am. So let me get back to working on my next set of Quartermaster Item Cards for release.

Shame on you Paizo. Shame! Talk to you later…