Paizo Publishing Announces Complete Author List for the Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting Hardcover
Paizo's first Pathfinder™ hardcover to be released at Gen Con
Paizo announced the complete author list today for the upcoming Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting hardcover. This massive 256-page hardcover book offers an in-depth exploration of Golarion, the exciting world of the Pathfinder Modules and Pathfinder Adventure Paths, for the first time. It includes detailed sections on more than 40 nations and provides a full picture of the Pathfinder Chronicles campaign setting. Also included are new rules, new magic and spells, detailed descriptions of more than 20 gods, and a gorgeous poster map detailing the focus of the campaign setting: the continents of Garund and Avistan.
"Editor Mike McArtor assembled one of the most impressive author lists I've ever seen in my time as a game publisher, author, and player," said Paizo's Publisher, Erik Mona. "From the dawn of tabletop gaming to the rising stars of today, this list has it covered. It's a privilege to see such an honor role take on the development of a world I co-created."
The Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting hardcover was written by (in alphabetical order):
Also included are essays on world-building written by Robert J. Kuntz and R.A. Salvatore.
The Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting hardcover will be available online at paizo.com, at local game stores, and at book stores this August and will premiere at this year's Gen Con in Indianapolis August 14–17.
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