Created by the fans for the fans, the first issue of the Wayfinder fanzine includes more than thirty articles designed to expand upon the world of Golarion. Inside you will find original fiction, new prestige classes, sorcerer bloodlines, magic items, and traits—and this is just a small portion of what awaits you.
Originally released in print for attendees of PAIZOCON 2009, this PDF is your chance to enjoy what your fellow Paizonians have created for the community—for FREE! The PDF release of Wayfinder #1 is in full color and includes a special challenge by Tim "Timitius" Nightengale, organizer of the first PAIZOCON.
Contributors: Adam Daigle, Ashton Sperry, Charles Evans, Claudia Burgos, Clinton J. Boomer, Colter Guthrie, Conceicao Hallen, Craig Johnston, Cristian Bodea, Crystal Frasier, Dave Mallon, Dennis Baker, Eric Morton, Ernesto Ramirez, Glen Zimmerman, Hal Maclean, Hugo Solis, Ian Cunningham, James Keegan, James Mackenzie, Jason Kirckof, Joseph Scott, Kelly Gragg, Jeff Lee, Jonathan McAnulty, Joshua Blazej, Justin Sluder, Kevin Coleman, Larry WIlhelm, Lissa Guillet, Liz Courts, Matthew Stinson, Michael Kortes, Michelle Craddock, Mike Welham, Neil Spicer, Raluca Rusu, Ross Byers, Russ Taylor, Paris Crenshaw, Tae-Bin Gulliver, Theodore Thompson, Trevor Gulliver, Troy E. Taylor.
Cover art by Hugo Solis and Michael Jaecks.
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I reread "A Lost Pathfinder’s Journal: From Talithia’s Tomb" by Paris Crenshaw yesterday and felt compelled to express my admiration for such an excellent story. Good pacing, and the sense of mystery and horror really drew me in. The children's rhyme was icing on the cake. I hope to see more from Mr. Crenshaw in the future.
I know this is major thread necromancy, but I just stumbled across this post and had to express my thanks to Daeglin for his feedback. I'm very sorry I didn't see this earlier.
I'm very glad you enjoyed the story. It has been the springboard for a few other pieces and I do intend to get back to writing more of "The Crowheart Legacy," for which "Talithia's Tomb" was a prelude.
The Wayfinder books have been a joy to read. If I get up the nerve, I'll look into contributing something to you guys someday.
Was looking at the Shadow Scout and I noticed an error. For insightful casting, it says:
A 3rd level, a shadow scout adds his favored enemy bonus on damage dealt by spells with a casting time of “Instantaneous.” Each applicable creature in the spell’s area of effect takes this additional damage.
Shouldn't that be duration instead? There are no spells with a casting time of "Instantaneous" that I'm aware of.