Pathfinder


Pathfinder Player Companion: Heroes From the Fringe Now Available

Players love to make characters that have deep and rich backstories, filled with all sorts of details. What was their childhood like? What sort of cultural upbringing did they have? In Heroes From the Fringe, a new book for Pathfinder, Paizo takes a look at some fairly common RPG races, such as gnomes, dwarves, and elves, and gives you some alternate backgrounds and societies that they could have been part of during their lives. You can pick up your copies now.


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Paizo Releases Return of the Runelords Player's Guide

Return of the Runelords is an adventure path for Pathfinder, and Paizo's just released a new Player's Guide for it. It gives you new options for your characters specifically designed to use in the adventure. Want a character that fits in perfectly with the themes and has some special character traits? This is perfect for you.


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The Six-Legend Soul (War for the Crown 6 of 6) Now Available On Roll20

Gaming is a worldwide pastime. I've got friends that game in Kuala Lumpur, Gothenburg, Sao Paolo, Seattle... a little bit of everywhere. Obviously, they can't pop on by to roll some dice. But Roll20 still lets us get together for a session if we want. And for those that have been playing the War of the Crown adventure path, the 6th and final installment, The Six-Legend Soul, is now available.


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Monday Terrain Corner

I don't know who decided that it'd be a good idea to stop the weekend and have another Monday, but here we are. It's not that I hate what I do. Far from it. But hanging out with friends all day and gaming? That's objectively better. Ah well, the next weekend will be upon us eventually, and it'll be time for gaming once again. And with that gaming, we need to make sure the gaming tables look good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Paizo Previews Pathfinder Pawns: Dungeon Decor Pawn Collection and Heroic Maps Releases Aerineya: The Traveller's Roost Tavern.


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Paizo Posts Updates To Pathfinder Playtest

Paizo is taking no chances with the 2nd edition of Pathfinder. They worked hard on it in their offices for a while, and now they're giving all of you a chance to give it a going-over. But it's not just a one-and-done. They're updating the rules as you go along, giving your feedback. The first round of changes have been made, and they'd like you to see how they look, as well as a new adventure for you to test out things on.


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Pathfinder 2.0 Playtest Begins

Playtesting is a vital part of any game's development. Something might seemingly work as-written, but once you get to the table and start trying to work with it, you might find the rules clunky or unclear or in other need for refining. With a game as beloved and big as Pathfinder, Paizo wants to make sure that when the new edition hits shelves, it's as perfect as it can be. So that's why they're enlisting your help. You've seen the previews, now get the materials and see how they work for yourselves. The Pathfinder 2.0 Playtest is on.

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Paizo Previews Multiclassing and Archetypes in Pathfinder 2.0

Fighter/Rogue, Wizard/Ranger, Warlock/Barbarian, there's all sorts of combinations you can make. Multiclassing is a way to have a bit of variety with your characters. But how will it work in Pathfinder 2.0? We get a look at that. Along with it, Paizo is showing off a bit about different Archetypes as well, which can further differentiate characters in a class from one-another.

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Paizo Previews Half-Elves and Half-Orcs in Pathfinder 2.0

I am all for race-mingling. Nothing inherently wrong with that at all. And that includes into your fantasy settings. That's where you can get Half-Elves and Half-Orcs. But how will these characters be handled rules-wise with race feats and such? That's what we find out in this Pathfinder 2.0 preview from Paizo.

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Paizo Previews Druids in Pathfinder 2.0

The tree-hugging hippies of the fantasy world, Druids are in complete contact with nature. They can feel the changes of the seasons, the cycles of life and death, and even communicate with the woodland creatures and the woods themselves. But how will they change from the way they operate in Pathfinder to Pathfinder 2.0? That's what we get to see in this preview.

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