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I'm hoping to make a PFS cleric of Ra, but if rather not have to buy a single book of an adventure path to do it, are the ancient osirion gods in any other sources?

Silver Crusade

Not that I know of.


Worse case, just get the PDF for that one book and print the relevant section (or save it on a tablet).


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I searched my entire PDF collection (which doesn't include everything ever, but does have all of the possibly relevant Campaign Setting and Player Companion books), and the only source I found which actually listed domains and such was in Empty Graves. As such, it does not look like these deities were reprinted anywhere.

Ra is mentioned in People of the Sands in a campaign trait (Devotee of the Old Gods), but that trait is not legal for PFS play (it is on page 30). As such, I don't believe that reference is overly useful for you.


There is this blog post by Paizo which has the egyptian god's stats in it.


Unfortunately Milo's v3 blog post is NOT PFS sanctioned . If you look to the right, under the sanctioned module and novels, it doesn't appear under the list of sanction blog.

Empty Graves seems to be the sole PFS sanctionned source.


Thanks everyone for the help


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Or you could just look them all up at archivesofnethys.com. That site does have all of these deities listed under Source: Adventure Path #80.


I always forget about that site. I have it bookmarked, but it rarely comes to mind. It's a shame, because it's a good site.

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Removed a post. Filesharing isn't an activity we're cool with on our site.


David knott 242 wrote:

Or you could just look them all up at archivesofnethys.com. That site does have all of these deities listed under Source: Adventure Path #80.

We are not denying their legality. But he still needs to by the book or get the PDF as indicated in the bolded section of the Ressources section of the Season #8 PFS guide

"Pathfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Guide wrote:

RESOURCES

The Roleplaying Guild requires all members to have the Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook and the Pathfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Guide (this document).

[...]

Paizo produces a wide range of sourcebooks that further explore the game rules and world of Pathfinder. These volumes contain a huge variety of options to help customize your character. You can view the list of all campaign-legal additional resources online at paizo.com/pathfindersociety/additionalResources. In order to use content from sources outside the Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook, a player must bring a physical copy of the resources or a name-watermarked Paizo PDF of the relevant pages, as well a current copy of the additional resources listing. You must inform the GM that you plan to use additional resource material before play begins and allow the GM to use your material to familiarize herself with any new material.

Silver Crusade

Yup. Archives of Nethys is a great reference page, but to use stuff in PFS, you need to spend money to get the book/pdf from Paizo.


Fromper wrote:
Yup. Archives of Nethys is a great reference page, but to use stuff in PFS, you need to spend money to get the book/pdf from Paizo.

Definetely a great place to see if something is legal or not (or if it got altered) before oging ahead and building it.

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Andre Roy wrote:
Fromper wrote:
Yup. Archives of Nethys is a great reference page, but to use stuff in PFS, you need to spend money to get the book/pdf from Paizo.
Definetely a great place to see if something is legal or not (or if it got altered) before oging ahead and building it.

Archives of Nethys is a great resource, and the tags for Pathfinder Society legal options are lovely. However, I do recommend double-checking the latest version of the Additional Resources page to be sure about a particular option's status. Likewise, it's good to ensure there's no update to the rule in the Campaign Clarifications document.


John Compton wrote:
Andre Roy wrote:
Fromper wrote:
Yup. Archives of Nethys is a great reference page, but to use stuff in PFS, you need to spend money to get the book/pdf from Paizo.
Definetely a great place to see if something is legal or not (or if it got altered) before going ahead and building it.
Archives of Nethys is a great resource, and the tags for Pathfinder Society legal options are lovely. However, I do recommend double-checking the latest version of the Additional Resources page to be sure about a particular option's status. Likewise, it's good to ensure there's no update to the rule in the Campaign Clarifications document.

For sure, Archive of Nethys is a good first stop, but the Addiotnal Ressources and Capmaign Clarification (either the webpage or the PDF) are still must-go-to ressources.

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