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Wayfinder #2 (PFRPG)

****½ (based on 3 ratings)
Wayfinder #2 (PFRPG)

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Created for fans by fans, this issue of the Wayfinder fanzine includes dozens of articles designed to expand the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and the world of Golarion. Inside you will find original fiction, new races, monsters, and even recipes—and this is just a small portion of what awaits you!

Contributing Authors: Thomas Baumbach, Mark Becker, Tom Beckett, Eoin Brennan, Ryan Costello Jr., Liz Courts, Paris Crenshaw, Russell Estes, Crystal Frasier, David Fryer, Scott Gable, Ernesto Gomez, Trevor Gulliver, Michael Kortes, Elizabeth Leib, Hal Maclean, Dave Mallon, Jonathan McAnulty, Thomas Morrison, Eric Morton, Dain Nielsen, Joseph Scott, Jason Sonia, Neil Spicer, Ian Turner, Larry Wilhelm

Contributing Artists: Aaron Miller, Ashton “Nwah” Sperry, Brandon “Azhagal” Pinkney, Carlos “Celurian” Torreblanca, Chris “Raven” H., Claudia “Darkhanna” Burgos, Crystal “Immora” Frasier, Danny “Gworeth” Krog, Dave “TheEldritchMrShiny” Mallon, Don Maddock, Drew Pocza, Eric Merced, Elizabeth “Lilith” Courts, Gavin “Gavgoyle” Smith, Glen Zimmerman, Hugo “Butterfrog” Solis, Jason Kirckof, Jennifer “Towin” C. Coots, Jonathan Salazar, Juan Diego Dianderas, Larissa “Lynora” McPherson, Kay “Kayos” Thomas, Kendall Hart, Kevin “Callou Jack” Coleman, Marc Radle, Mathew “TheTwitching King” Stinson, Michael Jaecks, Sarah Feather, Siv Linnea, Westly LaFleur

Cover art by Michael Jaecks and Ashton Sperry.

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Wayfinder #2; Glorious

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In the interest of Full Disclosure, I am an advertiser for #1 and #2, I also have worked proffesionally with a number of people featured in this e-zine.

I normally don't do reviews of Rpg products being a publisher myself, its just too easy to upset folk. For Wayfinder #2 I am making an exception.

That's just how good this product is, Its free, its layout is gorgeous, its art is awesome, its articles are engaging and easy to read (congrats to the authors and editors). This matches the production quality of any company you wish to name, myself included.

I am looking forward to #3

Steve Russell
Rite Publishing


Fan created awesomeness, no suck

****( )

This is just a great magazine, free or paid for. This reminds me of why I originally subscribed to Dragon Magazine back in the 80s. I may not be using much out of a particular issue, but I still enjoy reading it. All I can say is keep up the good work.

I challenge everybody that downloads this magazine to review it. The staff need to hear just how much their work is appreciated.


This is one of the finest freebies in the Gaming market

****( )

Just looking though this magazine, without actually reading anything, you can't help but be amazed at the artwork and layout. This matches and even exceeds many of the early Dragon Magazines. There's artwork in here that belongs in monster manuals, that belongs in supplements, that belongs in adventure modules, but this is a FREE, read that again: FREE, fan magazine!

Now let's look at the content: New Prestige Classes? Check! New Races? Check! New Monsters? Check! Ready made NPCs? Check! Want more? Well aren't you greedy . . . this thing is free fan mag remember. What do you expect for free? But wait, there is more! Poetry! Fiction! Crosswords! Recipes! and even excerpts from a Pathfinder based play. All in all this is an incredible piece of work. Everyone involved should feel extremely proud and I can't wait to see Wayfinder 3.



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