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Wayfinder #16 (PFRPG)

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Wayfinder #16 (PFRPG)

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Created for Pathfinder fans by Pathfinder fans, this sixteenth issue of the ENnie Award-winning Wayfinder fanzine is a technological wonder, exploring all the sci-fi weirdness that is Numeria! This free fanzine includes dozens of articles, including original fiction, new monsters, adventures, classes and options, magic and technological items, and even a new game—this is just a small portion of what awaits you!

Contributing Authors: Gabriel Almer, Kate Baker, Matt Banach, Jason Owen Black, Dave Breitmaier, Jeremy Clements, Jeremy Corff, Chuck DiTusa, Matt Duval, Natalie Ellis, Robert Feather, Jon Forrester, Spencer Giffin, Wojciech Gruchala, Violet Hargrave, Jeffrey Hersh, Eric Hindley, Nicholas Hite, Andrew Hoskins, Brian 'Ehn' Jolly, Cailean Keith, John Laffan, Thomas LeBlanc, Isabelle Lee, Jeff Lee, Zack Litchfield, Ben Martin, Jacob W. Michaels, Matt Morris, Matt Roth, Elliot Smith, Kendra Leigh Speedling, Jeff Taft, Ian Turner, Brendan Ward, and Kelly Youngblood.

Contributing Artists: Becky Barnes, Catherine Batka, John Bunger, Paul Chapman, Tyler Clark, Snow Conrad, Jeremy Corff, Liz Courts, Andrew DeFelice, Jess Door, Peter Fairfax, Sergej Felsinger, Lynnette Fetters, Erin Frye, Silvia Gonzalez, Bob Greyvenstein, Stephen Harvey, Frank Hessefort, Fil Kearney, Jason Kirckof, Clay Lewis, Mike Lowe, Dave Mallon, Stephen McAndrews, Dionisis Milonas, Katey Neve, Beatrice Pelagatti, Pfenix Artwork, Tanagorn Prateepsukjit, Basil Arnould Price, Tanyaporn Sangsnit, Kristiina Seppä, Ashton Sperry, Carlos Torreblanca, and Stephen Wood

Cartography by Liz Courts, Alex J. Moore
Cover Art and Design by Chris L. Kimball
Foreword by Crystal Frasier

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The cover perfectly captures old-school pulp adventures, and what follows doesn't disappoint. The art is gorgeous, and the fiction pieces range from snappy, charming adventure tale to dark, engaging narrative. The crunch additions add extra "Numeria" to existing classes.

All in all, it was a fun read.

Astounding Rules, Amazing Flavour


Beaten to the reviews by Malik and Snowblossom.

Ah, well. I'll leave this placeholder here, to force myself to come back and give a full review when I've finished reading.

The most immediately noticable feature of this issue is the break from the usual cover layout and logo.
This issue resembles the covers of the old 'Astounding Science Fiction' pulp fiction magazine, inspired no doubt, by the groaning shelves full of decades-worth of issues, in Paizo's archives.
Will this mean an revival of interest for the Planet Stories imprint? Who knows, but it would be nice if it did.

It also reminded me of the cover to the Hawkwind album 'Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music', so I flipped it onto shuffle-play, while I gave the issue its first pass. Humming along to the dreamy melodies of 'Chronoglide Skyway', and breaking off for a spot of impromptu desk drumming during 'Steppenwolf'.

A full review is required, once I've fully digested the contents, but for now, I'll let Brock and Calvert have the last word on the striking visual appeal of cover, interior art and layout.

Maybe it was only an hallucination
I'm no stranger to such things
I made a thorough investigation
The image had a power that clings
To my jaded imagination
My brain has found the bells it rings

Another awesome issue!


Beautiful art and great articles. This publication continues to exude talent and imagination.

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