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Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Launch Poster Rolled

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To celebrate the August 13, 2009 launch of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook, we've created a 22" x 34" poster featuring the amazing Wayne Reynolds cover artwork. Folded copies of this poster were sent to game stores everywhere, but we had a few hundred set aside without being folded. Each poster will be shipped rolled in a tube.

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Best Poster for your Game Room - EVAR!


Wayne Reynolds once again strikes with an evocative piece that is guaranteed to make you smile when you're in the middle of flavor text at the next game you host.

This poster is perfect for bachelors living on their own with their game room/living room to be decorated at their leisure. This is probably Wayne's best work since he started in the industry and when you have it hanging, you won't find that statement untrue.

Thank you Wayne and Paizo!

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Good day all
It is interesting that they are selling posters. You see the one thing my group hates about Pathfinder is the crap art. My DM came up with the theory that the artist is sleeping with the executive who okays art.
I just think everyone over there would not know good art if it bit them on the arse. The over-sized weapons and disproportionate bodies are gross. Well if Wizards of the Coast has to be better than Paizo at something that is the least harmful.
Too bad because the game and the scenarios are really good. Rise of the Rune Lords was a hoot to play. We all like this better than that other RPG; you know the one with 4 in it's name.

A great poster.


There is no other way to say it.


Absolutely beautiful. Came in pristine condition, and looks great on my wall.

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