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Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Bard Class Deck

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Bring your troubadour to any tavern with the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Bard Deck. Explore four different bard characters in this 109-card set, from Lem the magic researcher to Siwar the information broker. The Bard Deck features diverse new allies, weapons, spells, and other loot to take your character all the way through any Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Base Set or Pathfinder Society Adventure Card Guild organized play campaign. Play on!

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-695-9

Download the Bard Card List — (74 kb zip/PDF)
Last Updated on 10/30/2014

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Let me just come out and say it: I don't play Bards in RPGs. I have no interest in playing Bards in RPGs. Never have, probably never will. So I wasn't expecting to enjoy playing the Bard in the ACG. When I got the S&S Base set, I 'took one for the team' and played Lem for utility & party balance. I didn't expect much. Boy was I wrong! Lem was oodles of fun, so much so that he became my go-to character whenever possible.

Then the Class Decks came out. I decided I would focus on just one, rather than my usual 'all over the place' style. So, torn between my love of playing Lem and my distaste for RPG Bards, I ordered the Bard Class Deck. How bad could it be? It would improve Lem, and came with some other characters as well. So I waited.

I was not disappointed. Not only did Lem improve, but the game as a whole did as well! The ACG is fun, but the Class Deck really improves things.

New items
New spells
New Allies

Cons: (and the reason this wasn't a 5 star review)
The other 3 Bards. Don't get me wrong- there's nothing wrong with them. But they just don't have Lem's versatility and charm. They're.... RPG Bards. And I don't play RPG Bards. But I'm sure a general Bard enthusiast would really enjoy them.

So, maybe it says something even stronger about the Bard Class Deck that I think so highly of it even without the other 3 characters. (In other words, I basically bought a Class Deck with 1 PC in it, since the other 3 I will likely never use- and I still feel like I got my money's worth.) Gift Certificates
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