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The Stuff of Legend

The Stuff of Legend Tuesday, November 9, 2010You've head the rumors. Now learn the truth from the journal of Howell, Tim Nightengale's character in James Jacobs's legendary Shadows Under Sandpoint campaign. Entry from the travel journal of Howell B. Talbot III, Servant of Abadar ... 18 Pharast (late morning) ... All praise the might and justice of Abadar! ... A quick missive here, as we have met and vanquished the object of Styrian's obsession: the Sandpoint Devil! ... I must say that the...
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Bestiary Breakdown

Bestiary Breakdown Tuesday, September 7, 2010Greetings, fun-sized friend morsels! What's the scoop? Tom Rex here, bringing you the latest that's outrageous, from the present to the Cretaceous! (Tom wrote that himself. Tom took some poetry classes in college.) And today that means another blog picking up the slack from James Jacobs. ... According to Boss Sutter, Jacobs was supposed to write a blog post titled Bestiary Breakdown. Which is accurate because, thanks to the Bestiary 2, James Jacobs...
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The Fabled Appendix – James Jacobs (Part 2)

... The Fabled Appendix – James Jacobs (Part 2) Monday, March 16, 2009Today we continue the series on Paizo's Appendix N with the second part of my interview with James Jacobs, the editor-in-chief of Pathfinder. We pick up where we left off, as James finishes discussing his most important literary influences and closes the interview with an explanation of his favorite horror films. ... James: Stephen King's Dark Tower books were particularly influential, as they are as much magic and...
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The Fabled Appendix – James Jacobs (Part 1)

... The Fabled Appendix – James Jacobs (Part 1) Monday, March 9, 2009As part of the ongoing series about Paizo's own Appendix N, I had the opportunity to interview the editor-in-chief of Pathfinder Adventure Path, James Jacobs, about the books and movies that most inspire his own writing. He proved very generous with his time and gave me quite a detailed look into his plan of a shared mythology for Pathfinder and the sources that inspired its creation. Once again, the interview proved...
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Pathfinder #17—Second Darkness Chapter 5:

Twenty Years in the Making!

Twenty Years in the Making! Friday, November 28, 2008Self-plagiarizing is just one of many skills I've had to hone and develop after joining Paizo several years ago. Now and then, when I was under a deadline crunch for freelance, I'd dip into something I'd created for my homebrew campaign over the past 20+ years and steal a name or a monster or a spell from those documents, update it to 3rd edition, and continue on. When we decided to build an entire new game world to support Pathfinder, I...
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Attack of the Pod(cast) People!—Second Wave—James Jacobs

Attack of the Pod(cast) People! Second Wave—James JacobsAs promised yesterday, we continue our podcast blitzkrieg today with an interview with Pathfinder Editor-in-Chief James Jacobs! In this in-depth conversation with the host of The Tome, a D&D-focused radio-show, Jacobs discusses his long and distinguished history with D&D, the end of Paizo's Dungeon and Dragon licenses, and the shape of the new RPG world to come. Head over to The Tome's website here to give it a listen. James Sutter...
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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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The Late Unpleasantness

The Late Unpleasantness Thursday, May 17, 2007 Though he's too busy statting up Orcus and Iggwilv for Dungeon 149 to make a post himself, Pathfinder Editor-in-Chief James Jacobs thought you might be interested in a bit of Sandpoint lore he's been working on for Burnt Offerings: When Jervis Stoot made clear his intentions to build a home on the island just north of the Old Light, locals paid him no mind. Jervis had already garnered something of a reputation as an eccentric for his one-man...
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