Back in 2018, Paizo CEO Lisa Stevens made a statement that still guides us today:
“Our plans are to continue to keep our pocket editions in print for Pathfinder 1.0 even after 2nd edition launches as long as it remains profitable to do so. I expect that bar will be met for quite some time for the core books like the Core Rulebook, Bestiary 1 and GameMastery Guide. Probably also the Advanced Player's Guide. The other books, which normally have lower sell through, may reach the point where it is unprofitable to reprint them. But if they don't, I am happy to reprint them for years to come if there are people who want to buy them.
As we near PaizoCon Online 2021 to celebrate all things Pathfinder and Starfinder, let’s shine the light on the Pathfinder First Edition Rulebooks that are available today in softcover pocket edition (each 8.5 x 6.5 inches), starting with the 576-page Core Rulebook Pocket Edition.
You can still complete your Pathfinder First Edition collection with these pocket editions:
- Advanced Class Guide Pocket Edition
- Advanced Player's Guide Pocket Edition
- Advanced Race Guide Pocket Edition
- Bestiary Pocket Edition
- Bestiary 2 Pocket Edition
- Bestiary 3 Pocket Edition
- Bestiary 4 Pocket Edition
- Bestiary 5 Pocket Edition
- Bestiary 6 Pocket Edition
- Core Rulebook Pocket Edition
- GameMastery Guide Pocket Edition
- Horror Adventures Pocket Edition
- Monster Codex Pocket Edition
- NPC Codex Pocket Edition
- Occult Adventures Pocket Edition
- Ultimate Campaign Pocket Edition
- Ultimate Combat Pocket Edition
- Ultimate Equipment Pocket Edition
- Ultimate Intrigue Pocket Edition
- Ultimate Magic Pocket Edition
- Ultimate Wilderness Pocket Edition
- Villain Codex Pocket Edition
They’re perfect for Pathfinder Society Legacy players and devotees of Pathfinder First Edition Compatible Products, of which there are nearly 6,000 to browse through!
At the Paizo Store you will find the Golem’s got it because:
"The past is never dead. It's not even past."
Pathfinder First Edition Pocket Editions Preserve a Legacy of Play
Tuesday, May 4, 2021