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Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Ultimate Equipment (OGL)

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Choose your weapon and stride boldly into battle with Pathfinder RPG Ultimate Equipment! Within this handy, all-in-one reference, you’ll find 400 jam-packed pages of magic items and adventuring gear, from simple camping equipment and weapons up to the most earth-shaking artifacts. Included as well are handy rules references, convenient price lists, and extensive random treasure generation tables, all organized to help you find what you need, when you need it. With this vast catalog of tools and treasures, the days of boring dragon hoards are over, and your hero will never be caught unprepared again.

Pathfinder RPG Ultimate Equipment is a must-have companion volume to the Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook. This imaginative tabletop game builds on more than 10 years of system development and open playtests featuring more than 50,000 gamers to create a cutting-edge RPG experience that brings the all-time best-selling set of fantasy rules into the new millennium.

    Pathfinder RPG Ultimate Equipment includes:
  • Thousands of items both magical and mundane, including the best weapons, armors, magic items, and gear from the Pathfinder RPG hardcover line and select other Pathfinder sources, as well as hundreds of never-before-seen items.
  • Tons of special materials and magical abilities to help you create exactly the magic item you’ve been looking for.
  • A wealth of specific magic items, organized by type to ensure your character is always wearing as much magic as possible.
  • An innovative new treasure generation system, designed to help GMs roll up exactly what they need, every time.
  • New alchemical weapons, tools, and poisons.
  • Kits to help your character get the most out of her skills or profession, plus new mounts, animal companions, and retainers.
  • Descriptions of every item, plus hundreds of full-color illustrations to aid in window-shopping.
  • AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-449-8

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ok--it says they shipped this to me on the 6th of august. It is now the 21st and I have not recieved my hard copy yet. What do I do? I don't see a button to contact them.


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Hakken wrote:
ok--it says they shipped this to me on the 6th of august. It is now the 21st and I have not recieved my hard copy yet. What do I do? I don't see a button to contact them.

Contact customer service either via the subforum at the top of their messageboards (it might be hidden) or via email: customer.service@paizo.com.

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Bear in mind the shipping time estimates are working days, not any old days - also when they get super busy (around convention time) the shipping process slows down somewhat since they've got so many boxes leaving the warehouse. "This order shipped on the 6th of august" doesnt necessarily mean that it left their warehouse on that day. It might have spent a couple of days boxed up and weighting for its turn in the postal queue.

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Hakken wrote:
ok--it says they shipped this to me on the 6th of august. It is now the 21st and I have not recieved my hard copy yet. What do I do? I don't see a button to contact them.

Mine just showed up today, so i wouldn't panic just yet. They was late getting the shipments out this month. You should have a tracking number where you can check where the package is, with your confirmation email.


Hakken wrote:
ok--it says they shipped this to me on the 6th of august. It is now the 21st and I have not recieved my hard copy yet. What do I do? I don't see a button to contact them.

Don't worry; the same goes for me. You're not alone. :)

There was some sort of shipping delay at their warehouse; its partially why the PDF's street date was bumped back to tomorrow as well.


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Thanks everyone


Can anyone tell me if this book has item lists/tables for towns? For example, does it have generation tables of any kind for towns and various size towns? I realize the Core Rulebook has a way of generating town magic equipment lists. I'm wondering about any more info/help this book gives in generating lists of equipment and gear including magic items, too. Thanks for the help!

Grand Lodge

This is certainly not a defense or offense. Just an observation (and a personal perception).
In Australia, for me to buy the Hard Cover, I'm out $75 bucks.
If I'm going to pay that sort of outlay for something, i EXPECT professional quality editing, spelling, grammar (etc), especially given its supposed to come from a professional printer, publisher (again etc).

That being said, $9 for a PDF. Meh, i don't really care about the details, insofar as the equipment within have the correct attributes/prices etc. listed. And errata can fix that easy enough.
Perhaps this is something that is causing so much schtick from people?


GameMaster44 wrote:
Can anyone tell me if this book has item lists/tables for towns? For example, does it have generation tables of any kind for towns and various size towns? I realize the Core Rulebook has a way of generating town magic equipment lists.

I think you're thinking of the Game Mastery Guide. It has guidelines for designing towns and generating magic items that exist in towns.

There is nothing for towns in Ultimate Equipment. Now if they ever do a world building guide.... beats that horse some more...

Quote:


I'm wondering about any more info/help this book gives in generating lists of equipment and gear including magic items, too. Thanks for the help!

UE has very extensive tables for generating monster gear and treasure lists, some of which you can see for yourself in the Paizo Blog previews. This also includes how to build NPC gear which I assume you mean for "generating lists of equipment."

It also has package-kits for classes and roles if you want to equip your character quickly -- for example, the wizard's kit includes something like spell component pouch, backpack, some basic camping gear all assembled together.


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Wennalonn Fordaryde wrote:

This is certainly not a defense or offense. Just an observation (and a personal perception).

In Australia, for me to buy the Hard Cover, I'm out $75 bucks.
If I'm going to pay that sort of outlay for something, i EXPECT professional quality editing, spelling, grammar (etc), especially given its supposed to come from a professional printer, publisher (again etc).

That being said, $9 for a PDF. Meh, i don't really care about the details, insofar as the equipment within have the correct attributes/prices etc. listed. And errata can fix that easy enough.
Perhaps this is something that is causing so much schtick from people?

I dig not wanting to spend $75 on any book, let alone a game splat. Fair enough!

That said, UE has errors, true, and some of them are irritating (especially some of the price discrepancies). But in all honesty--at least as far as I've read, I think it's a book with the fewest errors I've seen in the RPG line. Now, sometimes, I think there were way too many errors in previous books (I recall a few obvious copy paste errors in UM that really should have been caught and early on; it smacks of no proofreading whatsoever), but on production values alone, the book overall is actually an improvement on the quality of stuff they put out, in my opinion. And the layout and organization is phenomenal, head and shoulders above the rest.

I agree with you that the books should be held to the highest standard possible but at the same time, spelling errors and copy paste issues are not new at all to Paizo's productions, and if anything UE is no different from the other books in this regard--if not actually a noted improvement.

Now, I still dig if you don't want to spend $75 on it either--I'm in the U.S. so I didn't have to. But were I in your shoes, I might not either just as a matter of affordability. Let alone if I'm hearing rumors things aren't up to snuff.

But I'm a bit baffled as to why suddenly people are outraged by grammar and typos when really, this is part and parcel of Paizo's production. I get that part of it is that when you want a compilation of equipment in particular you want the prices and stuff to be consistent--absolutely. But something about this all seems disproportionate, and I can't quite figure it out.


DeathQuaker wrote:
beats that horse some more...

Ultimate Campaign was announced at PaizoCon as the Spring Quarterly Hardcover ....


DeathQuaker wrote:
GameMaster44 wrote:
Can anyone tell me if this book has item lists/tables for towns? For example, does it have generation tables of any kind for towns and various size towns? I realize the Core Rulebook has a way of generating town magic equipment lists.

I think you're thinking of the Game Mastery Guide. It has guidelines for designing towns and generating magic items that exist in towns.

There is nothing for towns in Ultimate Equipment. Now if they ever do a world building guide.... beats that horse some more...

While this is true, the tables in Ultimate Equipment are more broken up than those in the GMG, in part to address the wide ranges of values. Because there are now "Greater" and "Lesser" Minor Wondrous Items, for example, it is easier to generate what is available in towns with these tables (less re-rolling if the item would have been available anyway).

You would still want the GameMastery Guide to get the most out of it all, though.

Cheliax

Sadly settlement item generation is a mess because of the greater/lesser stuff.


Thanks for the help!


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The TOC links of the single file version of the PDF seem to point to the chapter version files rather then a page in itself.

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mycerius wrote:
The TOC links of the single file version of the PDF seem to point to the chapter version files rather then a page in itself.

Ack! It looks like you're correct. I'm churning through some PDF fixes this week, so I will add this to my list of things. Once the file is updated, there will be an email sent out letting you know.


Alexander Augunas wrote:
DeathQuaker wrote:
beats that horse some more...
Ultimate Campaign was announced at PaizoCon as the Spring Quarterly Hardcover ....

Wow, I totally missed that! Very cool. Not a lot of info I can find on it right now, but hopefully yes it would include a lot of that town design stuff. Awesome!


Alexander Augunas wrote:
DeathQuaker wrote:
beats that horse some more...
Ultimate Campaign was announced at PaizoCon as the Spring Quarterly Hardcover ....

Good news! And any word on if it'll be including an expansion on the kingdom-building rules from Kingmaker?


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Don't care what other people say. I loved the new layout on Ultimate Equipment.


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Eric Hinkle wrote:
Alexander Augunas wrote:
DeathQuaker wrote:
beats that horse some more...
Ultimate Campaign was announced at PaizoCon as the Spring Quarterly Hardcover ....
Good news! And any word on if it'll be including an expansion on the kingdom-building rules from Kingmaker?

Yes. :)

(among other possible links. Just Google Paizocon Ultimate Campaigns.)

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Has Paizo said what is going to be there Gen Con release for next year?


Yes Mythic level Handbook

Contributor

Actually, it's Mythic Adventures, not "mythic level." Mythic isn't limited to level 20+ like epic level rules are. We'll have more information on the blog next week.


Joana wrote:
Eric Hinkle wrote:
Alexander Augunas wrote:
DeathQuaker wrote:
beats that horse some more...
Ultimate Campaign was announced at PaizoCon as the Spring Quarterly Hardcover ....
Good news! And any word on if it'll be including an expansion on the kingdom-building rules from Kingmaker?

Yes. :)

(among other possible links. Just Google Paizocon Ultimate Campaigns.)

Thank you! I am so looking forward to next Spring!


Book is OK overall, but.

HEADBAND OF SEDUCTION
40000 gp???

forty_thousand_gps for +2/+5 bonus on skills and 2nd level spell with ridiculous DC?
Sometimes I feel that there is a serious lack of playtesting for recent Paizo products.

Lantern Lodge

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Mithril Waffle Iron... I'm glad I have this book.

Shadow Lodge

mycerius wrote:
The TOC links of the single file version of the PDF seem to point to the chapter version files rather then a page in itself.

The TOC links on mine don't seem to go anywhere at all. Links within a chapter (like various slots for wonderous items) are working fine.

I see that someone's already looking into TOC links, so I'm just adding variety to the error.


I Got The Pdf! :-)
Going the buy the hardcover as well!!! Only complaints so far are:

- No agile weapon prop.
- No info if the bonus from Furious, Bane, Holy Avenger, etc counts for by passing DR
- I would have preferred all kits being listed as kit: Kit, fighter. Kit, Wizard, etc. (I know, it's a matter of taste), but I love the Kits!!

Overall its seems to be a great a great book! And great artwork!
:D

RPG Superstar 2009 Top 16

I picked up my copy of Ultimate Equipment over the weekend at GenCon, straight from the heaping piles at the Paizo booth, and was/am absolutely delighted to see all of the wondrous items included from the last several years of RPG Superstar!

I was especially pleased and touched to see mine own Master's Perfect Golden Bell from 2009, along with favorites from other contributors like Migrus Locker, Snapleaf, Last Leaves of the Autumn Dryad, and dozens more...

Thank you, Paizo, for using the content lovingly produced by us, your fans and aspiring contributors. Great game, another great book, and great to be part of it.


Prons so far:
Ranger love. Hunter’s Band: +1 for all his favored enemies
Enmity Fetish: Temporary Re train one Favored enemy. It's 40 000 gp, but silly good. I would have been great if there had been something like a lesser Enmity Fetish.
Yep, I want to play a ranger.
And I agree with DeathQuaker. the layout and organization is phenomenal,

As for cons, I haven't read the book from page to page yet so I might be wrong, but:
I haven't - yet - seen that many Bardic items or Cleric items. The ones I have seen have been a disappointment.
I had hope for some more magic items for low level character. Enmity Fetish is great but not until really high level. Same goes with a lot of the cool stuff. Also, some items that are useful at lower levels are way too expensive and when you can afford them they aren't good enough.
There are a some new cool belts and headbands that give +2 to one attribute and some additional powers, but apparently you can't upgrade them.

Again, the Enmity Fetish is just fantastic and some of the new rings are cool. Both the magus and monk ring are good.

Taldor

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Lovely book arrived today. Very useful and often used I'm sure. I particularly like the non-magical section, the use of item slots for categorizing wondrous items, the gem section is a gem, and the vast tables for treasure generation.

However, am I missing it, but the first thing I tried to look up was the Wayfinder and the various ioun stones usable and the various states of ioun stone - broken, etc?

Is it missing? If so, why?! That was definitely something I wanted in the one source book of equipment.

Anyway - back to skimming the book...

J


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Turns out that the cooler something is, generally the more expensive it is ;)

Qadira RPG Superstar 2008 Top 6, Contributor

Wayfinders are specific to Golarion, whereas the core rulebook line is setting neutral. So unfortunately no wayfinders in Ultimate Equipment.


Cheapy wrote:
Turns out that the cooler something is, generally the more expensive it is ;)

You are confusing cool with powerful ;-)

Anyway, I love this book. The art is great and who is responsible for the mundane items? CHRONICLER’S KIT! So cool!
Need a bucket? It's in the book. I loooove the Gear chapter!


Getaway Boots = ultimate escape plan for BBEG.

It's actually rather unfair, especially in the hands of (on the feet of?) that one wizard PC who doesn't give two flips about his adventuring companions and blips out as soon as the going gets rough.

What? That guy has never been at your table?


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Ross Byers wrote:
Chest: Endless bandoleer, poisoner's jacket (greater and lesser), shirt of immolation, unfettered shirt, spectral shroud (I cannot recall why hide from undead is in the requirements and gaseous form is not, but it was like that in my turnover too.)

*perk* Poisoner's Jacket?

You just sold a pdf. Like, for seriously.

Qadira RPG Superstar 2010 Top 16, Contributor

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Ok, got the PDF. Here are the Items I contribute (mostly)

Spoiler:
Special Materials: Fire Forged Steel, Frost Forged Steel, Eel hide

Gear: holy symbol tattoo*, wire saw

Alchemical remedies: fire ward gel, frost ward gel, meditation tea, padzahr*, soul stimulant, troll oil, twitch tonic, wismuth salix*

Alchemical Tools: alchemical cement, armor ointment, defoliant*, foaming powder, mending paste*, rusting powder

Alchemical Weapons: banshee ballerina firework, burst jar, ghast retch flask

Wondrous Items
Body Slot: mnemonic vestment, sorcerer’s robe

Boots Slot: Boots of the mastodon, shoes of lightning leaping

Hands: Form-Fixing gauntlets, giant Fist gauntlets, Pliant gloves, Poisoner’s gloves

Headband: headband of aerial agility, shifter’s headband

Neck: Forge fist amulet, Frost Fist amulet, righteous Fist amulet, mind sentinel medallion

Shoulders: eagle CaPe, hunter’s Cloak, lion Cloak, shield Cloak, stone Cloak, tentacle cloak

Slotless: admixture vial, iron roPe, Preserving Flask, Rope of Knots, summoning shackle, summon-slave Crystal

In addition, the Swift obsidian greataxe, Ring of Ferocious Action, Cloak of fangs and Cloak of human guise I think were mine from ARG.

There are also a number of items that were either someone elses but similar to mine, or changed so much in development I don't really identify them as my work.


Would half-elves gain any bonuses from elven trail rations?

Qadira RPG Superstar 2008 Top 6, Contributor

Critical Mass wrote:
Would half-elves gain any bonuses from elven trail rations?

Yes, thanks to the elf blood trait. Likewise half-orc and orc trail rations.

Silver Crusade

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Liquid blade is really, really cool.

The visual is awesome. The practical applications are great. It's an easily concealed weapon. And it's an icicle-level murder weapon for mysteries.

Andoran

Foghammer wrote:

Getaway Boots = ultimate escape plan for BBEG.

It's actually rather unfair, especially in the hands of (on the feet of?) that one wizard PC who doesn't give two flips about his adventuring companions and blips out as soon as the going gets rough.

What? That guy has never been at your table?

Actually he has. He disappeared during a battle with divs to heal himself. He took his time figuring the party would be fine. Then the party moved on to another room with low resources and got slaughtered because he chose not to return due to the encounter might kill him. He had the cure potions, cure scrolls, and cure wands.


Well, the main draw for me was the treasure tables. I downloaded the PDF this morning and was not disappointed! I just ran a multi-CR encounter and the treasure tables had me doling xp and treasure in no time flat! Well worth the 10 bucks!!

Osirion

I laughed out loud at the item (whose name I don't recall at the moment) which allowed you to dimension door from any point within a body of water to any other point within range, once per day, because the writer attempted to use the word 'contiguous,' and the spellchecker oh-so-helpfully replaced it with the word 'contagious.' Stupid spellcheckers!

Since I tend to play at the lower levels, it was nice to see a decent selection of lower cost items (and for not all of them to fall into the Magic Item Compendium trap of being items that are only usable once / day or only activating during some corner-case situation that might happen once in three levels).


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Is there a list of the equipment that is not included in this book? I really like the book, but almost every item is a bit unhelpful. :-)


DeathQuaker wrote:


But I'm a bit baffled as to why suddenly people are outraged by grammar and typos when...

We are in a time of computers and technology in which typos are uneccusable and a simple spel shceck is at your finger tips.

PAIZO have editros and publishers who are not doing there job right and yet we get charged for it.
When in College, would you like to buy a text book w/ typos. Would you like to by a hardcover novel w/ typos. I gues not. So, why are you baffled when people are outraged by typos.

Paizo, you better get your act together and start having those editos do their job right.

BTW: my typos were on purpose.

Cheliax

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I don't think I own a single gaming book (RPG and otherwise) without any typos in it, and 99% of my collection has been published in this time of computers and technology.


Cojonuda wrote:
DeathQuaker wrote:


But I'm a bit baffled as to why suddenly people are outraged by grammar and typos when...

We are in a time of computers and technology in which typos are uneccusable and a simple spel shceck is at your finger tips.

PAIZO have editros and publishers who are not doing there job right and yet we get charged for it.
When in College, would you like to buy a text book w/ typos. Would you like to by a hardcover novel w/ typos. I gues not. So, why are you baffled when people are outraged by typos.

Paizo, you better get your act together and start having those editos do their job right.

BTW: my typos were on purpose.

Wow, way to take my comments out of context! That was truly amazing, usually people try not to be so blatant about it.

Here's what I actually said. I'm going to boldface in this instance the words that particularly provide the context:

Quote:


That said, UE has errors, true, and some of them are irritating (especially some of the price discrepancies). But in all honesty--at least as far as I've read, I think it's a book with the fewest errors I've seen in the RPG line. Now, sometimes, I think there were way too many errors in previous books (I recall a few obvious copy paste errors in UM that really should have been caught and early on; it smacks of no proofreading whatsoever), but on production values alone, the book overall is actually an improvement on the quality of stuff they put out, in my opinion. And the layout and organization is phenomenal, head and shoulders above the rest.

I agree with you that the books should be held to the highest standard possible but at the same time, spelling errors and copy paste issues are not new at all to Paizo's productions, and if anything UE is no different from the other books in this regard--if not actually a noted improvement.

Now, I still dig if you don't want to spend $75 on it either--I'm in the U.S. so I didn't have to. But were I in your shoes, I might not either just as a matter of affordability. Let alone if I'm hearing rumors things aren't up to snuff.

But I'm a bit baffled as to why suddenly people are outraged by grammar and typos when really, this is part and parcel of Paizo's production. I get that part of it is that when you want a compilation of equipment in particular you want the prices and stuff to be consistent--absolutely. But something about this all seems disproportionate, and I can't quite figure it out.

My point was that people seemed surprised at grammar and typos when they have been comparatively forgiving of worse errors in previous books.

I never said no one should hold a publishing company to a high standard of proofreading, which your post implies I would believe. As someone who used to work in the publication industry and who is currently a freelance proofreader/editor, not to mention has a Master's Degree in English, I certainly desire the highest standard possible in proofreading, personally. And I am often disappointed Paizo does not meet that standard, in fact (for all the other ways that they do impress me).

But I am also noticing an improvement in quality, so I think it is a strange time for others to start complaining, or to act surprised as if this has never happened before.

In short: we agree. But this is an old issue.


Baroth wrote:
Is there a list of the equipment that is not included in this book? I really like the book, but almost every item is a bit unhelpful. :-)

Baroth, what IS in the book is anything that was in the Pathfinder RPG line, and a lot of stuff from the Adventurer's Armory.

Otherwise, I think items were cherrypicked from various campaign setting books and APs, or are brand new.

It's impossible to list what's NOT in the book unless one has an eidetic memory and a copy of every book Paizo has ever published. That person is not me.

If there's a specific item you are hoping is in there, it would be better to ask for it and have people look it up.

Grand Lodge

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Cojonuda wrote:
DeathQuaker wrote:


But I'm a bit baffled as to why suddenly people are outraged by grammar and typos when...

We are in a time of computers and technology in which typos are uneccusable and a simple spel shceck is at your finger tips.

PAIZO have editros and publishers who are not doing there job right and yet we get charged for it.
When in College, would you like to buy a text book w/ typos. Would you like to by a hardcover novel w/ typos. I gues not. So, why are you baffled when people are outraged by typos.

Paizo, you better get your act together and start having those editos do their job right.

BTW: my typos were on purpose.

When did Paizo put you in charge???

In a book that has a ton of words that are not in a spell checker program an d even when you enter those words in to the program (spell checker), the spell checking program is NOT infallible. Relying solely on a program to check to see if a word is spelled correctly is putting your self in hands that re going to make a lot of mistakes beyond what a human can catch.

While I was in college there were text books with tons of errors in them in both factual and typographical. Complaining about them got me no where at all other then a stress level I did not need.

Sitting here and complaining about a few typos in the Ultimate Equipment guide is like sitting there complaining about a CD album that has a song titled incorrectly or there was a word not included in the lyrical notes of that song.

I am not going to sit and get upset about this constantly and even go so far as to tell Paizo how to edit their books or tell them how to run their company. They do a good job and if I have to pay for some errors in some books on a first print run.. I can handle that. Getting as upset as some people seem to be in this thread accomplishes nothing but a higher stress level for the person complaining. Reporting a typo to them in a manner that is both succinct and is with out anger or sarcasm accomplishes more then whining/complaining about the error/s over and over.

I would rather enjoy the book right now then waiting for the editors to catch every single error in a book that will just delay it that much longer by a couple of months. Not something I want and I know from others I have talked to, they would rather have a few errors then wait as well.


DeathQuaker wrote:
Baroth wrote:
Is there a list of the equipment that is not included in this book? I really like the book, but almost every item is a bit unhelpful. :-)

Baroth, what IS in the book is anything that was in the Pathfinder RPG line, and a lot of stuff from the Adventurer's Armory.

Otherwise, I think items were cherrypicked from various campaign setting books and APs, or are brand new.

It's impossible to list what's NOT in the book unless one has an eidetic memory and a copy of every book Paizo has ever published. That person is not me.

If there's a specific item you are hoping is in there, it would be better to ask for it and have people look it up.

Or check on d20PFSRD for equipment, if you see it in there, and it has a PAIZO tag, and it's not in the book, there you go.

No Wand Rifle...sucks. In a game that has firearms and added firearms, that should have made it in. It's one of my favorite items.

Silver Crusade

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Cojonuda wrote:


BTW: my typos were on purpose.

I've checked your posting history, and you seem to make them in every post or so :)

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