Wayfinder #5 (PFRPG)

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Wayfinder #5 (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, recipes, poetry and this is just a small portion of what awaits you!

Contributing Authors: Ryan Costello, Jr., Liz “Lilith” Courts, Paris Crenshaw, Darrick “Drack530” Dahl, Adam Daigle, Blake “Nethys” Davis, Jess Door, Jeffrey Erwin, J. Russell “Soricel Minoi Mousefeet” Estes, Charles Evans, Robert “Snorter” Feather, Dawn “DarkSasha” Fischer, Christoph “RuyanVe” Gimmler, Robert Gresham, Jesper “Kajehase” Haglund, Eric “Boxhead” Hindley, Michael “Kurgon” Kelley, Michael “Ask a Shoanti” Kortes, Michael Lane, Thomas LeBlanc, Jeffrey “Shadowborn” Lee, Tom “Majuba” McQueen, Kevin Andrew Murphy, Tom “Tom Qadim” Phillips, Dane Pitchford, Marc Radle, John C. “ValmarTheMad” Rock, Carl “Tokoz” Rossi, Joseph “Guy Humual” Scott, K. Neil “Scribbling Rambler” Shackleton, Justin “Black Fang” Sluder, Neil Spicer, David ‘Hill Giant’ Schwartz, Ian “Set” Turner, Brandon “KrVnk” Waldenberg, Mike “taig” Welham.

Contributing Artists: Russell Akred, Joshua Benet, Tyler Clark, William Dodds, Jess Door, Chad A. Dulac, Carolina Eade, Tanya-Sang “Yuikami” Feddicini, Danille Gauvin, Silvia Gonzalez, Chris “QuestingRaven” H., Mauricio Herrera, Danny “Gworeth” Krog, Dave “The Eldritch Mr. Shiny” Mallon, Kate Neve, Drew Pocza, Marc Radle, Jon Roberts, Isaac Royo, Jon Salazar, Ashton “N’wah” Sperry, Matthew “The Twitching King” Stinson, Carlos “Celurian” Torreblanca, Todd Westcot, Glenn Zimmerman.

Cover art by Crystal Frasier.

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A great read and a great source of Pathfinder goodness!


No one should pass up downloading any and all issues of Wayfinder, ever. Devout fans of the Pathfinder system and its accompanying game world work hard to produce a slick, professional product chock full of excellent writing: fiction, poetry, NPCs, monsters, scenarios; you name it, it's in here.

Some highlights from an overall outstanding issue:

  • Neil Spicer offers up a pair of NPCs: a master smith and the sinspawn that plagues him. In a related article, GMs get a mini-adventure featuring the two.
  • "Vikram's Jernul" A tale by Adam Daigle, in which a mighty barbarian struggles against a tenacious foe: illiteracy.
  • "Realm Building" Blake Davis, Charles Davis, and Thomas LeBlanc provide new and expanded rules for for use with the kingdom building guide in the Kingmaker Adventure Path.
  • In "All in the Cards," Liz Courts shows us a unique way to generate character stats by using Paizo's Harrow Deck.
  • The Bestiary provides eleven new monsters to harry your PCs as they adventure in Belkzen, Ustilav, and Varisia, including offerings from two of 2012's RPG Superstar Top 4: "Tom Qadim" Phillips and Mike "taig" Welham.

These are just a few of the great pieces in issue #5. I'm always just a little more excited for the odd numbered issues, as their release coincides with Paizocon, which means printed copies. There's something satisfying about getting your hands on one at the 'con, and passing the time on the flight home reading some good fiction. Want a print copy but can't attend Paizocon? A monetary contribution to Wayfinder towards publication costs gets you a copy. Are you a third party publisher of Pathfinder compatible products? Take out an ad in Wayfinder and expand your customer base. Do you have a piece of Pathfinder fiction, an article, or creation to share? Send it in to Wayfinder. If your piece is selected for a print issue, you get a copy.

Wayfinder is just good stuff from good folks. Period.