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Pathfinder Adventure Path: Curse of the Crimson Throne (PFRPG)

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A Campaign Fit For a Queen

The kings and queens of Korvosa have long ruled under the shadow of the Curse of the Crimson Throne—an infamous superstition claiming that no monarch of the city of Korvosa shall ever die of old age or produce an heir. Whether or not there is any truth to the legend of the curse, Korvosa's current king is but the latest victim to succumb to this foul legacy. Now, the metropolis teeters on the edge of anarchy, and it falls to a band of new heroes to save Korvosa from the greatest threat it has ever known! This hardcover compilation updates the fan-favorite campaign for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, including new and revised content and nearly 500 pages packed with mayhem, excitement, and adventure!

This hardcover edition of Curse of the Crimson Throne contains:

  • All six chapters of the original Adventure Path, expanded and updated for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.
  • An in-depth gazetteer of the city of Korvosa as it exists under the rule of its new queen.
  • An array of new rules options for characters, ranging from campaign traits to spells to magic items.
  • An expansive appendix with statistics, descriptions, backgrounds, and rules support for the 12 most important NPCs in the campaign.
  • A bestiary featuring nine monsters from the original Adventure Path making their debut under the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game rules.
  • Dozens of new illustrations, never-before-seen characters, location maps, extensive new encounter locations, and more!

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-890-8

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James Jacobs wrote:
Wszebor Uriev wrote:

So what was all that about RotR being a one off? You know you're never going to get anyone believe this won't be the fate of all APS a decade later.

So when will Kingmalker get the treatment? ;)

Also, need to get! Awesome :)

Turns out we're allowed to change our minds.

For which I am very thankful!


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion Subscriber

Yeah, more books I can't afford.

Dark Archive

I hope that if this book is successful, Paizo will re-release all the books, like one a year or something like that

Silver Crusade

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Okksigg wrote:
I hope that if this book is successful, Paizo will re-release all the books, like one a year or something like that

This goes beyond not likely to straight up never happening. It's been almost a decade since this was originally published and almost all the physical copies are out of print.

If people knew they could just wait a year to buy the whole thing for cheaper than the 6 individual parts than Paizo would suffer IMMENSELY.


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Yay totally buyn' this!

Silver Crusade

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Yeah, maybe one compilation every 5 years is something I could look forward to.

Edited to have the "Charter Subscriber Tag" shown.

Silver Crusade

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DM Sothal wrote:
Yeah, maybe one compilation every 5 years is something I could look forward to.

This veers back into a slight "maybe, but not likely".

PEOPLE! IF YOU WANT MORE HARDCOVERS BUY ALL THE PRINTS.

IF THE ADVENTURE PATH DOESN'T SELL THEN YOU NO GET HARDCOVER.

And then even if they don't do a Hardcover you still have the AP to play and run :3

Silver Crusade

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See my edit above. ;)

Silver Crusade

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Yes, I see :3


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Curse of the Crimosn Throne has always been one of my favorite APs, and so even though I am mostly a PDF guy I MAY make an exception for this.


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What does the eyes and testicles (:3) thingy mean exactly.

I'm guessing it's not eyes and testicles. :-)

Dark Archive

James Jacobs wrote:
Gnick Gnak PaddyWack wrote:
I like what was done with the Rise of the Runelord's Anniversary. Will it be similar to what takes place here?
Pretty much, yup!

Dear James.

With the "Guide to Korvosa" out of print (and 3.5), i imagine it kind of hard to breathe life into the city.

Could we get a reprint or update for it?
For the RotR Anniversary Edition you published the "Players Guide: Varisia" and a flip-mat of Sandpoints "Town-Square".
Can we expect something like this for CotCT?
I just bought the "CotCT map pack on amazon for €13 (it is out of print too).
I am glad, that i have some Gray Maiden and Shoanti minis but how high is the possibility of "Pathfinder Battles" products for this?
One or 2 boxed sets (like Iconic Heroes) would be great, as would a "Pawns" set - the art is already there and Paizo published one for RotR too.

Thank you for making this hardcover conversion!


Will there also be encounter releases for this complete adventure for HeroLabs?
Also, will this Adventure be one of the first items for Realm Works content Market?

I definitely will get the hardcover, but to be able to also have this integration within Realm Works and HeroLabs will definitely be great.

Silver Crusade

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captain yesterday wrote:

What does the eyes and testicles (:3) thingy mean exactly.

I'm guessing it's not eyes and testicles. :-)

It's. A. Kitty. Face.

Silver Crusade

4 people marked this as a favorite.
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Rysky wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

What does the eyes and testicles (:3) thingy mean exactly.

I'm guessing it's not eyes and testicles. :-)

It's. A. Kitty. Face.

I thought it was a reverse bunny :-eyes and 3-ears.

(-_-)

Silver Crusade

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Franz Lunzer wrote:
Rysky wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

What does the eyes and testicles (:3) thingy mean exactly.

I'm guessing it's not eyes and testicles. :-)

It's. A. Kitty. Face.

I thought it was a reverse bunny :-eyes and 3-ears.

(-_-)

Huh! Never though of that, Reverse Bunneh works!

Silver Crusade

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captain yesterday wrote:
Rysky wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

What does the eyes and testicles (:3) thingy mean exactly.

I'm guessing it's not eyes and testicles. :-)

It's. A. Kitty. Face.

But where are the whiskers!

That does make a lot more sense. :-)

And in my defense, my wife and I used to think <3 was a symbol for ** spoiler omitted ** which, finding out it wasn't turned our (What we thought were) suggestive texts to each other, into a big pile of sap. :-)

Dawwww.

Shadow Lodge

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I consider that a win either way.


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Sorry, deleted it, realized I was derailing a product thread.

Oopsy doodle!

Silver Crusade

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captain yesterday wrote:

Sorry, deleted it, realized I was derailing a product thread.

Oopsy doodle!

I'm not deleting mine.

Rerailing! I wonder what all new character options we're going to get.

Silver Crusade

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I do really love the cover.

Both Il's dress and that the varied and messy plumes of the Grey Maidens differentiate them while also making them look more feral.


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Will it be on the fast track like RotRL.


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Rysky wrote:

This goes beyond not likely to straight up never happening. It's been almost a decade since this was originally published and almost all the physical copies are out of print.

If people knew they could just wait a year to buy the whole thing for cheaper than the 6 individual parts than Paizo would suffer IMMENSELY.

See, this is where I come to a different conclusion with the data. I see Paizo slowly releasing all the APs as hardcovers. What will drive that?

(a) conversions: 3.5--->Pathfinder rulesets will get preferential treatment, for obvious reasons. Also, older APs will get preferential treatment because Paizo can take that unarmed themed fighter and turn him into a Brawler, etc... This, in turn, will drive sales of other books up (because you'll need/want those books to go with the revised AP.

(b) sales: APs that have sold out of physical copies *cough* Kingmaker *cough* will get preferential treatement over those that haven't sold. If they've sold out and people keep requesting reprints, then its in their financial interest to reprint.

There will probably be other reasons - fan interest, creativity on the forums (for mods, etc...). But if you look at the big picture, there's a limit of how many rules Paizo can stuff into this game - how many prestige classes, how many magic items... The big, untapped frontier is Golarion itself and the stories they can tell with the very robust ruleset that they've spent the last decade putting together.

So I expect to see a hardback AP every year to take the place of something else.

Dark Archive

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Wszebor Uriev wrote:
Rysky wrote:

This goes beyond not likely to straight up never happening. It's been almost a decade since this was originally published and almost all the physical copies are out of print.

If people knew they could just wait a year to buy the whole thing for cheaper than the 6 individual parts than Paizo would suffer IMMENSELY.

See, this is where I come to a different conclusion with the data. I see Paizo slowly releasing all the APs as hardcovers. What will drive that?

(a) conversions: 3.5--->Pathfinder rulesets will get preferential treatment, for obvious reasons. Also, older APs will get preferential treatment because Paizo can take that unarmed themed fighter and turn him into a Brawler, etc... This, in turn, will drive sales of other books up (because you'll need/want those books to go with the revised AP.

(b) sales: APs that have sold out of physical copies *cough* Kingmaker *cough* will get preferential treatement over those that haven't sold. If they've sold out and people keep requesting reprints, then its in their financial interest to reprint.

There will probably be other reasons - fan interest, creativity on the forums (for mods, etc...). But if you look at the big picture, there's a limit of how many rules Paizo can stuff into this game - how many prestige classes, how many magic items... The big, untapped frontier is Golarion itself and the stories they can tell with the very robust ruleset that they've spent the last decade putting together.

So I expect to see a hardback AP every year to take the place of something else.

I doubt it will be every year. Every other year, tops. Campaign Setting Hardback on odd years, compiled AP on even years, and the only APs that get compiled, updated, and re-released are ones that sell out completely, so Kingmaker Revised in 2018.

Hopefully Inner Sea Planes in 2017, too.


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James Jacobs wrote:
As with Runelords, my philosophy for updating it is to maintain and retain... don't change things unless it makes absolute sense to change things.

At least tell me this includes converting Blackjack to a Swashbuckler. Because after we finished I asked my GM, and he told me the class breakdown, which was very clearly trying to be a Swashbuckler.

Silver Crusade

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FedoraFerret wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
As with Runelords, my philosophy for updating it is to maintain and retain... don't change things unless it makes absolute sense to change things.
At least tell me this includes converting Blackjack to a Swashbuckler. Because after we finished I asked my GM, and he told me the class breakdown, which was very clearly trying to be a Swashbuckler.

Actually I i'm pretty sure it will be Vigilante.

Silver Crusade

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Wszebor Uriev wrote:
Rysky wrote:

This goes beyond not likely to straight up never happening. It's been almost a decade since this was originally published and almost all the physical copies are out of print.

If people knew they could just wait a year to buy the whole thing for cheaper than the 6 individual parts than Paizo would suffer IMMENSELY.

See, this is where I come to a different conclusion with the data. I see Paizo slowly releasing all the APs as hardcovers. What will drive that?

(a) conversions: 3.5--->Pathfinder rulesets will get preferential treatment, for obvious reasons. Also, older APs will get preferential treatment because Paizo can take that unarmed themed fighter and turn him into a Brawler, etc... This, in turn, will drive sales of other books up (because you'll need/want those books to go with the revised AP.

(b) sales: APs that have sold out of physical copies *cough* Kingmaker *cough* will get preferential treatement over those that haven't sold. If they've sold out and people keep requesting reprints, then its in their financial interest to reprint.

There will probably be other reasons - fan interest, creativity on the forums (for mods, etc...). But if you look at the big picture, there's a limit of how many rules Paizo can stuff into this game - how many prestige classes, how many magic items... The big, untapped frontier is Golarion itself and the stories they can tell with the very robust ruleset that they've spent the last decade putting together.

So I expect to see a hardback AP every year to take the place of something else.

A) reiterating the above post and JJ's statements, aside from updating to Pathfinder they don't go out of their way to change classes or add archetypes. Very few if any NPCs have this happen to them. And your reasoning for "driving sales up" is EXACTLY Paizo's reasoning for NOT doing that. They want people to play the game, and if you buy all the books cool, but having all the books to even play in the first place is not and should not be required.

B)Which is what the Hardcover well, covers.

C)Whixh is what Paizo is already doing with everything else they're already putting out.


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Agreed a Vigilante would make more sense.

What I am actually hoping for is more traits! I like the current traits very much, but I wish there were ones that lent themselves to more opportunistic and immoral characters.

Dark Archive

I agree, BLACKJACK would be one of the few characters that would make sense to convert to the VIGILANTE class.

Most of the rest should stay classes from the CRB.

Scarab Sages

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Wszebor Uriev wrote:
Rysky wrote:

This goes beyond not likely to straight up never happening. It's been almost a decade since this was originally published and almost all the physical copies are out of print.

If people knew they could just wait a year to buy the whole thing for cheaper than the 6 individual parts than Paizo would suffer IMMENSELY.

See, this is where I come to a different conclusion with the data. I see Paizo slowly releasing all the APs as hardcovers. What will drive that?

(a) conversions: 3.5--->Pathfinder rulesets will get preferential treatment, for obvious reasons. Also, older APs will get preferential treatment because Paizo can take that unarmed themed fighter and turn him into a Brawler, etc... This, in turn, will drive sales of other books up (because you'll need/want those books to go with the revised AP.

(b) sales: APs that have sold out of physical copies *cough* Kingmaker *cough* will get preferential treatement over those that haven't sold. If they've sold out and people keep requesting reprints, then its in their financial interest to reprint.

There will probably be other reasons - fan interest, creativity on the forums (for mods, etc...). But if you look at the big picture, there's a limit of how many rules Paizo can stuff into this game - how many prestige classes, how many magic items... The big, untapped frontier is Golarion itself and the stories they can tell with the very robust ruleset that they've spent the last decade putting together.

So I expect to see a hardback AP every year to take the place of something else.

That was really nice of Paizo to give you access to all of their internal sales data thus giving you the actual information you need in order to come to the opposite conclusion of their trained professionals.


Rysky wrote:
FedoraFerret wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
As with Runelords, my philosophy for updating it is to maintain and retain... don't change things unless it makes absolute sense to change things.
At least tell me this includes converting Blackjack to a Swashbuckler. Because after we finished I asked my GM, and he told me the class breakdown, which was very clearly trying to be a Swashbuckler.
Actually I i'm pretty sure it will be Vigilante.

I had been planning to make him a Mysterious Avenger Swashbuckler, the blatantly obvious choice, until the Vigilante came out.

Now, I'm actually kind of glad my campaign died in book one so I can restart it with this book.

Silver Crusade

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Gwaihir Scout wrote:
Rysky wrote:
FedoraFerret wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
As with Runelords, my philosophy for updating it is to maintain and retain... don't change things unless it makes absolute sense to change things.
At least tell me this includes converting Blackjack to a Swashbuckler. Because after we finished I asked my GM, and he told me the class breakdown, which was very clearly trying to be a Swashbuckler.
Actually I i'm pretty sure it will be Vigilante.

I had been planning to make him a Mysterious Avenger Swashbuckler, the blatantly obvious choice, until the Vigilante came out.

Now, I'm actually kind of glad my campaign died in book one so I can restart it with this book.

Congratz?

Grand Lodge

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Wszebor Uriev wrote:
So I expect to see a hardback AP every year to take the place of something else.

Except that new content sells better than revamped. So it makes more sense to keep writing new stuff and only revisit old content when there is space that would not be better taken by new content. Which doesn't happen very often, judging by the time between RotR and CotCT.


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Rysky wrote:
Gwaihir Scout wrote:

Now, I'm actually kind of glad my campaign died in book one so I can restart it with this book.

Congratz?

Ha! That sounded weird, didn't it?

The game's not actually dead, we just had to switch from AP to modules since the group couldn't get together often enough to remember details. Now when I'm ready to run it again, I'll get to use the new book.

Silver Crusade

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Gwaihir Scout wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Gwaihir Scout wrote:

Now, I'm actually kind of glad my campaign died in book one so I can restart it with this book.

Congratz?

Ha! That sounded weird, didn't it?

The game's not actually dead, we just had to switch from AP to modules since the group couldn't get together often enough to remember details. Now when I'm ready to run it again, I'll get to use the new book.

A lil bit XD

I hope you and your group get to have a lot of fun when this does come out :3


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MORE GRAY MAIDENS!!!

Silver Crusade

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Thomas Seitz wrote:
MORE GRAY MAIDENS!!!

MOAR!

Paizo Employee Creative Director

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Marco Massoudi wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Gnick Gnak PaddyWack wrote:
I like what was done with the Rise of the Runelord's Anniversary. Will it be similar to what takes place here?
Pretty much, yup!

Dear James.

With the "Guide to Korvosa" out of print (and 3.5), i imagine it kind of hard to breathe life into the city.

Could we get a reprint or update for it?
For the RotR Anniversary Edition you published the "Players Guide: Varisia" and a flip-mat of Sandpoints "Town-Square".
Can we expect something like this for CotCT?
I just bought the "CotCT map pack on amazon for €13 (it is out of print too).
I am glad, that i have some Gray Maiden and Shoanti minis but how high is the possibility of "Pathfinder Battles" products for this?
One or 2 boxed sets (like Iconic Heroes) would be great, as would a "Pawns" set - the art is already there and Paizo published one for RotR too.

Thank you for making this hardcover conversion!

Curse of the Crimson Throne will have a sizable appendix that gives lots of information about Korvosa, particularly how Korvosa exists under the situation that develops in the AP. As such, it complements the Guide to Korvosa well, and reprints a little bit of info, but that book remains useful for expanding and presenting more info on the city.

At this point, there are no plans to reprint the book, nor are the plans to do Crimson Throne Related flip mats. We'll have some other announcements about some support stuff eventually.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

Rysky wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Sorry, deleted it, realized I was derailing a product thread.

Oopsy doodle!

I'm not deleting mine.

Rerailing! I wonder what all new character options we're going to get.

Not a lot, and they're ones that serve first to support unusual NPCs in the book. That they work for PCs is a happy side effect.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

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captain yesterday wrote:
Will it be on the fast track like RotRL.

Yes, it has to be, since 3.5's XP progression was even faster than our fast track, and if we were to put it on the fast track, we would have had to add 1 or maybe 2 more adventures. Which would nave made the book PHYSICALLY too big to do.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

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Wszebor Uriev wrote:

....

So I expect to see a hardback AP every year to take the place of something else.

You can expect to be disappointed every year then, since we don't have plans of doing an Adventure Path compilation every year. I certainly don't want to work on one every year, that's for sure!

RPG Superstar 2008 Top 32

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Wszebor Uriev wrote:
I see Paizo slowly releasing all the APs as hardcovers.

They release a new AP twice a year. To do 'all the APs' in hardcover will require an 'average' output of two hardcovers a year.

Outside of all of the other given reasons you're overlooking*, that's an impossible schedule to keep up with.

*:
Like cannibalizing the subscriber revenue that helps keep the doors open, because people will wait for a hardcover instead of buying 6 softcovers and possibly pushing people to a 'buy it when I'll play it' instead of 'buy it now' mentality.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

Wolfgang Rolf wrote:

Agreed a Vigilante would make more sense.

What I am actually hoping for is more traits! I like the current traits very much, but I wish there were ones that lent themselves to more opportunistic and immoral characters.

There won't be more traits; the traits that exist do a great job at encouraging the type of characters that work best with Crimson Throne. An opportunistic and/or immoral character could certainly work with this campaign, but it'd require more work on the GM's part to keep that type of character motivated with the plot, and therefore traits, which exist to steer players in the best thematic direction for the AP at hand, would be doing a disservice to the campaign if they suggested immoral or opportunistic PCs was an on-theme choice.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

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Thomas Seitz wrote:
MORE GRAY MAIDENS!!!

THIS I can do. And did. Hope you like Tisharue!


James Jacobs,

More Gray Maidens at least?


James Jacobs wrote:
Wszebor Uriev wrote:

So what was all that about RotR being a one off? You know you're never going to get anyone believe this won't be the fate of all APS a decade later.

So when will Kingmalker get the treatment? ;)

Also, need to get! Awesome :)

Turns out we're allowed to change our minds.

And I am so very glad you did!


This has always been one of my favorite APs and I'm glad it's getting the RotRLAE treatment. The steeple chase in "Edge of Anarchy" continues to be my favorite set piece in all of Paizo's publication history. That said, I certainly hope some of the encounters and maps get updated, especially in the later-half of the campaign.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

Thomas Seitz wrote:

James Jacobs,

More Gray Maidens at least?

See my post directly above yours. ;-) (AKA: Yes)


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James Jacobs wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:
MORE GRAY MAIDENS!!!
THIS I can do. And did. Hope you like Tisharue!

Can we rename her Stauntona Vhane?

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