A Hellishly Good Winter Ahead: July and Winter 2015 Releases!

Thursday, July 16, 2015

As we double- and triple-check our Gen Con prep lists, our warehouse is also busily sending out the latest and greatest Pathfinder releases to your doorstep! Check out this overview of this month's releases, as well as what's heading your way this winter!


There are creatures in the world that even giants fear.
Illustration by Jason Rainville, from "Shadow of the Storm Tyrant"

Subscribers have already started receiving their July products, and in a little less than two weeks, they'll be available to retail stores everywhere, as well as at Gen Con in Indianapolis! Here's a roundup of this month's releases:

Of course the big release this month is one that our staff has been super-excited about, and we've been filtering out sneak previews and stories about the six new iconics featured in the newest Pathfinder RPG hardcover—Occult Adventures! Over 250 pages long, it's got everything you want to be a master (or mistress) of mysticism and explore new realms of adventure with psychic magic.

November 2015: One Hundred Volumes of Pathfinder!

There was a time in the not-too-distant-past where the idea of Pathfinder (and Paizo) reaching a volume in triple digits was a distant dream—but it is a reality, and "A Song of Silver" is it! This special volume contains more than just our usual assortment of support articles for the adventure—it also contains more new monsters, revelations about the god Aroden, and a retrospective covering all of our previous Adventure Paths!

Additional releases in November include:

December 2015: The Thrice-Damned!

Unsurprisingly, we've got Hell on our minds (and I am firmly placing this blame on the Overlord of Words Wes Schneider), and this December, Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Cheliax, The Infernal Empire gets its due with more details on this infamous country. For both freedom fighters of the Hell's Rebels or Thrune supporters of the Hell's Vengeance Adventure Paths, this will be an essential guide!

Additional December releases are:

As always, the release dates are subject to change, but you can see the most up-to-date information on the Product Schedule page, or on each individual product page.

Liz Courts
Community Manager

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All these things seem interesting (my poor wallet) but are you sure that December AP is Ap 101?

Edit: Got confused by the missing APs in the mid and saw only the numbers jump up from 96 to 100.


Not a huge fan of Cheliax, so my wallet may have some time to recover over the course of the next year xD


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You guys are killing me. I have a family to support! :-)

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schattenstern wrote:

All these things seem interesting (my poor wallet) but are you sure that December AP is Ap 101?

Edit: Got confused by the missing APs in the mid and saw only the numbers jump up from 96 to 100.

In our previous blog, we covered August through October releases. :)


Can't wait for Song of Silver and Bestiary 5! November hurry the love up!

Shadow Lodge

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There are creatures in the world that even giants fear.

We call them PCs.


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Matrix Dragon wrote:
Not a huge fan of Cheliax, so my wallet may have some time to recover over the course of the next year xD

On the other hand, two Cheliax adventure paths in a rows was just the thing to get me to subscribe for at least a year.


It appears #100 will be a MUST BUY!


I noticed that there was no Dirty Tactics Toolbox on the list for July. Any specific reason? I'm just curious.

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Phantom Rakshasa wrote:
I noticed that there was no Dirty Tactics Toolbox on the list for July. Any specific reason? I'm just curious.

Because it's for August. :)

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