Paw Prints — Field Notes

Heavy Duty by Field Notes

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

This edition will polarise the “Field Nuts”. In fact, if you know where to look, debates already rage.There is one universal opinion, with which I concur. The video is funny.I work really hard to get the new editions across the pond as quickly as possible. Then, Clare holds my personal stash, hostage. It's a terrible torture. In fairness, she does it to keep shipping charges down, so it’s for my benefit. Therefore, I always peruse the web for “hot takes” on new editions, to experience the excitement vicariously. Some Opinion CategoriesTeam Archive Box“Field Notes come in three-packs, and are saddle stitched....

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5E Character Journal

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We have had these in stock since Field Notes released them. This is what they said:”HAIL, AND WELL MET, ADVENTURER!We present thee with the Field Notes 5E Character Journal, a handsome tome for the fifth edition of “the world’s greatest roleplaying game,” Dungeons & Dragons. It is specifically designed to help you track your D&D character’s statistics, spells, weapons, treasure, history, and more. The 64 pages feature room for all data normally found on a character sheet, and more, including plenty of space to document your adventure level by level.We’ve been making Field Notes for well over a decade now,...

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Field Notes Group 11

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"Elementary, dear Watson. Elementary." The folk at Field Notes were excited about their Limited Edition, Elemental. Read here - what happened. That FN made such a hand-brake turn so as not to sherlock (see what I did there? Scrib will be proud) a small creator is, frankly, heartwarming. I backed the Kickstarter, and very much enjoy the notebooks, by the way. So - Group 11.* This Field Notes Quarterly limited edition gets its name from the position of the elements copper, silver, and gold in the Periodic Table. “Group Eleven” features three standard Dot-Graph Memo Books. But aside from the size,...

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Season of lists and yellow wordfulness

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Here's one of the notebooks from the Field Notes Autumn Trilogy.

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Notebooks on the road

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My notebooks on the road for this trip were all Field Notes.

My intention was to use a couple of Mile Markers. However, as the trip came around, I was a few pages into a Wilco (“Glenn Kotche” by Cody Hudson) and my inner-completionist railed at abandoning the book early.

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