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TheSutterCutter

Tim Hitchcock Is Insane

Tim Hitchcock Is Insane Wednesday, May 12, 2010Here at Paizo, we understand that our fans, friends, and contributors (and the sizable cadre of folks who combine all three categories) are a little different than most companies' communities. It's not uncommon for Paizo fans to send us pizzas out of the blue as a thank-you gesture, or offer to buy us drinks when they run into us somewhere in the city. (Both of which initially confused us—you're giving us presents for selling you...
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Pathfinder Chronicles: Harrow Deck

A Harrowing Experience

... A Harrowing Experience Tuesday, March 11, 2008From the journal of Mike Selinker, the first harrower: ... The story of Harrow starts as all good stories do, with Erik Mona and a portent of doom. You, Master Selinker, he foreshadowed, are being hunted by a undaunted band of brothers. A band that cannot be daunted by the mightiest of daunters. I speak, perforce, of the strapping young men of Pathfinder. They are coming for you. ... I sought an exit, but these are Pathfinders, you see. They...
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Pathfinder Chronicles: Harrow Deck

Forging a Connection

... Forging a Connection Wednesday, February 13th, 2008The 54 cards of the Harrow do not only portend sunderings and strife. Indeed, the cards can also express creation and unity. ... The Forge, for example, represents strength through great diversity. It is a test, and those who pass the test are the stronger for it. The Marriage is a union—of people, of countries, or even of ideas and thoughts. Mergers portended by The Marriage cannot be parted. ... Note how both the Forge's hammer...
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Pathfinder Chronicles: Harrow Deck

Beware the Ravages of the Cyclone!

... Beware the Ravages of the Cyclone! Wednesday, February 6th, 2008The 54 cards of the Harrow do not tell you what you want to hear. No no. They tell you what was, what is, and what will be. Sometimes, a card comes up in your reading you do not want to see. ... One of the cards nobody wants is the dreaded Cyclone. This dire card expresses destruction and cataclysm. Worse yet, it symbolizes disaster wrought by thinking minds, and not the oft-random tragedies wrought by Nature. ... All is not...
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HarrowRabbitPrince

All Hail the Rabbit Prince!

... All Hail the Rabbit Prince! Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008Within the 54 cards of the Harrow deck live your past, your present, and your future. Like you, each card is unique and has its own story to tell. ... Take, for example, the Rabbit Prince. He tells stories of battle. Glorious, bloody, horrific battle, with opponents facing off in chaotic melees doing all they can to kill one another with sword and spear and axe. The Rabbit Prince relishes hand-to-hand combat and, like it, he is both...
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Harrowing Divinations

... Harrowing Divinations Wednesday, January 2, 2008It's not every day you get a chance to create a means of time travel. Some might argue that divination isn't really time travel, but the way I envision it, a harrower—one gifted in the use of the Harrow deck—uses her deck of 54 cards to travel the paths of time, catching glimpses of the past, present, and future along the way. ... With this in mind, I had to imagine myself as a harrower. Each card must be defined broadly enough to cover a...
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Pathfinder Chronicles: Harrow Deck

Towers: A Harrow Game

... Towers: A Harrow Game Wednesday, December 19, 2007The Harrow Deck has a wide variety of uses, from a divination tool to a common game played for coppers in taprooms across Golarion. The game is known as Towers, and it is included in the Harrow Deck. ... Towers is a simple gambling game for two to four players. At the start of the game, six special cards are laid out from the Harrow Deck, forming the base of the towers. Each player is dealt a hand of three cards. Players take turns placing...
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HarrowCrows

The Harrow Deck Cometh!

The Harrow Deck Cometh! Friday, December 7, 2007One of the most innovative things I've seen in D&D occurred back in the original Ravenloft, where the villain's motivation, treasure placement, and adventure goals depended upon the results of an in-game fortune-telling session. Even years later, I still recall that feeling of surprise and excitement when I first looked through that adventure. With Curse of the Crimson Throne, Pathfinder's second Adventure Path, we'll be trying something...
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Kyle's Magnificent Menagerie

Kyle's Magnificent Menagerie Wednesday, September 5, 2007Some of you may have already noticed a striking stylistic similarity between the fun cartoon goblin illustrating Pathfinder #1's introduction and those strange little monsters that used to appear in Dungeon to illustrate the Dungeoncraft column and the table of contents. That's because both series are done by one of our favorite artists and creative minds, Downer creator Kyle Stanley Hunter. ... Much as he did in Dungeon, each month...
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Downer—Volume 1: Wandering Monster

Wandering Monster

Wandering Monster Friday, July 20, 2007Finally, the entire run of Downer, Kyle Hunter's magnificent adventure epic from the pages of Dungeon, is being collected in one place! Well, two actually. Collected in two full-color trade paperback volumes, of which Wandering Monster is the first, Hunter's dark and witty comic chronicles the adventures of Downer Tarantula, renegade drow, and his band of misfit friends as they attempt to keep a powerful relic known as the ulolock out of the clutches of...
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