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Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Towns of the Inner Sea (PFRPG)

Independent Ilsurian

The many settlements from Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Towns of the Inner Sea show smaller locations throughout the world of Golarion that are perfect for telling stories on a small scale. Radically changing the political or cultural face of a large city make be a massive ordeal taking up most of a campaign, but doing so in a town might take only the course of one adventure and happen at a lower level. The Varisian town of Ilsurian is a primarily peaceful place, but the dangers around the town could close in at any moment!

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Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Towns of the Inner Sea (PFRPG)

Hometowns of the Inner Sea

The other day, Wes showed up in our cube with a treat: a peak at an advance copy of Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Towns of the Inner Sea. I finally got to see my town, Solku, in print!

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Pathfinder Chronicles: Classic Horrors Revisited (PFRPG)

Night of the Pale

Night of the Pale Monday, December 19, 2011Night of the Pale is mentioned on page 249 of Pathfinder Campaign Setting: The Inner Sea World Guide. We are advised it is a night of morbid revelry, as people wait indoors for the ghosts of last year’s dead to pass by their homes. ... Creative Director James Jacobs wrote the description below of the Night of the Pale and beneath that you’ll find a special Pathfinder Society Chronicle sheet you can download and apply to a Pathfinder Society...
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Seven Veils Celebration

Seven Veils Celebration Monday, November 21, 2011The Jestercap blog and boon seemed well received last month so I decided to try out another holiday this month. ... Seven Veils is mentioned on page 249 of Pathfinder Campaign Setting: The Inner Sea World Guide. We are advised it is a celebration of brotherhood between all civilized races, marked by interracial masquerade balls. I thought this seemed like a neat holiday and decided it should be expanded upon. ... Once again, creative Director...
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Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: GameMastery Guide (OGL)

Celebrating Jestercap

Celebrating Jestercap Monday, October 24, 2011 Since I have been involved with Pathfinder Society, one thing I have heard mentioned by players on numerous occasions is that they wish they could learn more about Golarion and incorporate that knowledge into their Pathfinder Society character. After thinking on different ways to make this happen, it occurred to me that Golarion has quite a few holidays mentioned in Faiths of Balance, Faiths of Corruption, Faiths of Purity, and The Inner Sea...
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Pathfinder Player Companion: Humans of Golarion (PFRPG)

Golarion Day: The Shoanti Shaman

... Golarion Day: The Shoanti Shaman Thursday, June 16, 2011So sometimes, we're so eager to get new player options into print we kind of get ahead of ourselves and stumble over our own feet in our haste. This happened, alas, with the just-released Pathfinder Companion: Humans of Golarion, in which we present something called totem domains for the Shoanti but then forgot to quantify exactly how anyone can get access to these domains! Oops! ... There are seven totem domains in all—one...
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Pathfinder #14—Second Darkness Chapter 2:

Looking to the Stars

Looking to the Stars Monday, October 6, 2008So, after a lengthy and unscheduled delay, it looks like we're getting quite close to finally getting Pathfinder #14 into our warehouse and ready to ship. It's been a bit since we talked about this one, but here's a quick preview of something a lot of our readers are looking forward to—what lies beyond the planet of Golarion! In Pathfinder #14, we'll be discussing that very topic—what other worlds revolve around Golarion's sun, what...
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Sneak Peek: Map of Golarion

... Sneak Peek: Map of Golarion Thursday, January 24, 2008Here is a sneak peek of Golarion, the exciting world of the Pathfinder Adventure Paths and GameMastery Modules. From the frontiers of Varisia to the devil-tainted cities of Cheliax to the frigid Hold of the Mammoth Lords, it will surely draw you in! ... Note: This map is not final, and is a work in progress. ... Carolyn Mull ... Sales & Marketing Assistant ...
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GolarionContinents

How big is it?

How big is it? Thursday, October 25, 2007For some time now, people have been asking us how big Golarion is, and many have had the misconception that Varisia, being our most detailed region so far, comprises the majority of our setting. Nothing could be further from the truth, and to give you an idea of scale, Jason Bulmahn has pulled out the coastal outlines of the two continents that comprise the first Golarion world map (which will appear in the Pathfinder Chronicles Gazetteer) and dropped...
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Time on Golarion—Days of the Week

Time on Golarion Friday, August 10, 2007As our messageboards have recently been packed with folks wanting to know more about the day-to-day business of Golarion, the following is a brief introduction to the dating and timing conventions of our world. Rest assured that you'll be able to find out much more—such as timelines, country overviews, histories, and the rest—in the forthcoming Pathfinder Chronicles Gazetteer. Time travels on Golarion much as it does here on our own Earth....
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What's the Difference?—Erik Mona (Publisher)

What's the Difference? Tuesday, June 5, 2007One question we've run into repeatedly as we introduce the new world in which both Pathfinder and the GameMastery Modules will be set is, What makes your campaign setting different? In order to answer that, we've asked each member of the editorial design team—collectively known as The Pit—what they think sets our world apart. ... Erik Mona (Publisher)The GameMastery world will contain a wider mixture of influences that most available on...
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