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Remember, today is the last day for this sale.

  • Got the Kickstarter item card at GenCon.
  • Signed up for the kickstarter information email.
  • Slept in day after Christmas because I could.
  • Checked my email mid-morning, and found an email that this had launched.
  • Go to the Kickstarter page and the "Early Bird" special is sold out.

There was no informational email a few days or weeks ago saying when the launch date would be.
There was a very limited number of "Early Bird" specials.
Overall, very poorly done.

PFW1-K1 wrote:
Ballistic101 wrote:

I've always enjoyed the Holiday Illustrations. Well done Kent Hamilton.

Are the past ones archived in one place anywhere?

PathfinderWiki has a category all of the holiday cards that have been posted to the blog. I think we're missing 2012 and 2013, but otherwise it goes back to 2007.

Here is the 2011 Holiday Card and the 2012 Holiday Card

Campaign Coins wrote:
We are reprinting them as we speak! They will be back at paizo.com around October.

It's mid-December now.

Did they arrive at Paizo? Will they be available any time soon?

I'm looking at picking up a set.

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Arutema wrote:
Swiftbrook wrote:
As I've posted before, a price increase from $3.99 to $8.99 is a 125% increase. All production costs for these scenarios has already been paid, years ago. The only ongoing cost is the cost to maintain the files on the server and the web description pages. Under Paizo's current business practices, customers have access to digital purchases on the Paizo servers until the practices change, so these are (small) ongoing costs.
Server space isn't free. The choice may well be increase prices, or wipe old 1e content from the servers to save space.

If you wipe it off the servers to save space, then Paizo is changing it's practice/policy and customers will not be able to download previous purchased PDFs.

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Ed Reppert wrote:
Michael Hebert 10 wrote:
The old pdf increase is just greed. The remainder of the price increases is expected but would have been better at 50% of increase. Costs are up for businesses but putting so much onto the consumer is extreme.
As for your first sentence, prove it. As for your last, see my previous post regarding economics.

As I've posted before, a price increase from $3.99 to $8.99 is a 125% increase. All production costs for these scenarios has already been paid, years ago. The only ongoing cost is the cost to maintain the files on the server and the web description pages. Under Paizo's current business practices, customers have access to digital purchases on the Paizo servers until the practices change, so these are (small) ongoing costs.

I suspect, the price increase on older 1e PDF scenarios is also PR related. Paizo want to steer customers to the new products, which do cost more to make. Having inexpensive first edition produces available for significantly less than current products is an incentive to purchase them and not move to the newest edition. The downside to this price increase on old products is that some customers will see this as being greedy. I suspect Paizo has picked a price point that will maintain the current cash flow of 1e PDF products even with a reduced number of sales while pushing customers to 2e.

I also suspect that 1e purchases are making up a smaller and smaller amount of their sales. Overall, from what I see locally, Paizo's significantly smaller present at conventions (GenCon & Origins in particular) and the traffic I perceive on various websites, it looks like Paizo's sales are down all around. A GM needing to pay almost twice as much to get into the print remastered (2.5) edition, wont help. ($109.98 to $179.97)

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Aaron Shanks wrote:
Also, if you know a school, library, club, or nonprofit that does not restrict its membership and needs Pathfinder or Starfinder products to get started, please email community@paizo.com with a request!

This is good to know. I appreciate that you are supporting these organizations.

However, I find the raising prices on already published PFS, SFS, etc, scenarios is bad all around. It appears that all your costs for these products have been paid and any income generated from them is just profit. Under your new pricing, over half of your scenarios are more than doubling in price (125% increase) going from $3.99 to $8.99, for PFS-1e seasons 0 thru 7. These seems excessive, to say the least.

Cori Marie wrote:
Or you can install via manifest URL. You get that from the module page on the Foundry site

Looking at Forge created a few questions:

So how big is the Kingmaker module?
Will it double in size when the rest comes out?
Does your licensed copy of Foundry VTT count against your Forge quota?

Several questions as I'm am new to Foundry VTT.

I received the Kingmaker PDF through the crowdfunding campaign. Am I still eligible for the code only purchase?

I play Pathfinder 1E and purchased the 1E Kingmaker Bestiary. While looking through the Foundry web site, I have found Pathfinder 1E tools but only through a Google search, not by navigating their site. Is Pathfinder 1E still supported?

If 1E is still supported, can I use 1E rules and this 2E Kingmaker package?

Thanks for all your help in advanced!

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The more I read about the Remastered edition, the more it is sounding like Pathfinder 3.0, not even Pathfinder 2.5. There are so many changes, not just in mechanics, but in concept as well. I'm sure there must be some marketing reason why they are not changing the number, but the reality is that this is a new edition.

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Preparing to run this at GenCon. I'm trying to figure out the BBEG tactics. The first full paragraph on page 7 tries to describe them, but there is missing text.

Bounty 19 page 7 wrote:
If the PCs press against him, he uses to keep them separated, then follows-up with and to spring a trap or lockdown PCs who get close.

I believe there is missing text here::

Bounty 19 page 7 wrote:
If the PCs press against him, he uses missing text to keep them separated, then follows-up with missing text and to spring a trap what trap? or lockdown PCs who get close.

What does he use? What does he follow up with? What is the trap he springs?

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I played this a few months ago and it was fun.

I'm preparing to run this soon, but I had one gripe when I played it concerning

the Communicate From The Beyond mechanism. Success and a Critical Success seem way to extreme. I'm thinking about adjusting the mechanic when I run it. Something like for every point you get above a success, you get two more words.

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And as time runs out . . . .

103,315 bundles sold.
$183,765 raised for charity.
$25.01 average purchase.

And . . . . . .
they extended it for another 7 days. They have done this many times in the past. It might be that Humble Bundle has a two week limit, but that's just speculation.

Just over one day left (unless they extend it). We need 2,281 more bundles to sell to reach 100,000!

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Swiftbrook wrote:
Two day and over 50,000 bundles sold. By my record keeping, this is now the second biggest Pathfinder Humble Bundle, and there is still 17 days to go (plus any extension). The largest Pathfinder Humble Bundle, by my records, was the first in March of 2016 with 77,500+ sold. I think this will surpass that one.

2/13/2023 Update: 79,360+ bundles sold! Most ever with nine days to go. My estimates shows this bundle has brought in about $2,000,000, almost $140,000 for the charity.

I have not used Foundry, only Roll20. If I purchase the at the highest level and get access to Abomination Vaults (Foundry VTT), do I have to purchase anything else from Foundry to make this work?

Two day and over 50,000 bundles sold. By my record keeping, this is now the second biggest Pathfinder Humble Bundle, and there is still 17 days to go (plus any extension). The largest Pathfinder Humble Bundle, by my records, was the first in March of 2016 with 77,500+ sold. I think this will surpass that one.

Am I reading the Humble Bundle page correctly? It's been live for just over 3 hours and had 5,764 bundles sold!

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Aaron Shanks wrote:
edxerox wrote:
Cheers, didn't see the new classics coming out. But its still a cutback - no flip tiles - prob. due to production costs.
The pandemic has not been kind to accessories. We will make more if people buy more.

Interesting. The majority of my last several purchases have been game accessories. Minis, pawns, maps, spell templates, and cards.

Seven years after printing, still finding errors. :-)

First and second printing.

Page 27, Hunter Animal Focus ability. The line "The companion’s aspect can be the same aspect the ranger has taken on or a different
one." should read "The companion’s aspect can be the same aspect the hunter has taken on or a different one."

I’ve looked for a spell-less Bard or Hunter Archetype, but couldn’t find one. I’m trying to create a character for a new player based on the Halfling Hunter art on page 52 of Ultimate Wilderness. The player isn't interested in being a spellcaster.

My goal is to create a good support class with a wilderness theme. I’ve looked at many Bard, Hunter, Rogue and other class archetypes and I’m gleaning from a few of them. I’m using the Hunter as a base class. The Hunter’s spontaneous spell casting, combining the Bard’s and Ranger’s spell list, is quite good. I’m replacing the spellcasting with a form of Wild Knowledge ( ACG p.81); two Bardic Performances: Inspire Courage and Song of the Wild (ACG p.81); and four Rogue Talents. I’ve also eliminated one of the Hunter’s Teamwork Feats.

Forest Singer
Alignment: Any Neutral
Hit Dice: d8
Parent Classes: Hunter (Druid & Ranger) and Bard
Starting Wealth: 4d6 x 10 gp (average 140 gp)

BAB: 2/3
Fort Save: Good
Reflex Save: Good
Will Save: Average

Skills: Climb (Str), Craft (Int), Handle Animal (Cha), Heal (Wis), Intimidate (Cha), Knowledge (dungeoneering) (Int), Knowledge (geography) (Int), Knowledge (nature) (Int), Linguistics (Int), Perception (Wis), Perform (Cha), Profession (Wis), Ride (Dex), Stealth (Dex), Survival (Wis), and Swim (Str).
Skill Ranks per Level: 6 + Int modifier.
Weapon and Armor Proficiency: A Forest Singer is proficient with all simple and martial weapons and with light armor, medium armor, and shields (except tower shields).

Spells: A Forest Singer has no spell capability and no caster level.

Class Features
1st: Animal Companion, Animal Focus, Inspire Courage +1, Nature Training, Wild Empathy, Wild Knowledge
2nd: Precise Companion, Track
3rd: Hunter Tactics, Song of the Wild, Teamwork Feat
4th: Improved Empathic Link, Rogue Talent
5th: Inspire Courage +2, Woodland Stride
6th: Teamwork Feat
7th: Bonus Trick
8th: Rogue Talent, Second Animal Focus, Swift Tracker
9th: Teamwork Feat
10th: Raise Animal Companion, Song of the Wild (2 allies)
11th: Inspire Courage +3, Speak with Master
12th: Advanced Rogue Talent or Teamwork Feat
13th: Bonus Trick
14th: Greater Empathic Link
15th: Teamwork Feat
16th: Advanced Rogue Talent
17th: Inspire Courage +4, One with the Wild, Song of the Wild (3 allies)
18th: Teamwork Feat
19th: Bonus Trick
20th: Advance Rogue Talent, Mater Hunter

Wild Knowledge (Ex): At 1st level, a Forest Singer adds 1/2 her level (minimum 1) to all Knowledge (nature) and Knowledge (geography) checks. He can use Knowledge (geography) and Knowledge (nature) untrained.

Any thoughts and insight would be helpful.

DM_aka_Dudemeister wrote:
Question: Will Tides of Battle and Social Combat Cards for 1st Edition be available as part of this sale?

I don't know if they are part of this particular sale, but Tides of Battle is currently showing at 50% off and Social Combat Cards for 20% off.

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Banedon_421 wrote:


Could you explain the presence of those mono-colored hexes all over the Stolen Lands? They are selectable but I can't delete them (read-only access), they hide most of the map and I don't see any use to them.

Apart of that, I pretty much like the map :)

It looks like it's a Google file of some kind. If you make a copy of it in your Google drive, you can select and delete the mono-colored hexes to uncover the terrain below.

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blog wrote:
Standalone Adventures $15.99–$17.99 now $19.99

Just saw a product with this price change. Now this is a real head scratcher.

Pathfinder Module: Academy of Secrets
Print Price $13.99 (not a sale price)
Old PDF price was $9.99
New PDF price $19.99

I found a similar situation with Tomb of the Iron Medusa.

The new PDF price is 43% more than the print price.

Aaron Shanks wrote:
Vardoc Bloodstone wrote:
Aaron Shanks wrote:
We'll be updating all prices, including Pathfinder First Edition. Most product line categories are the same. Rulebooks are Rulebooks, Adventure Paths are Adventure Paths, Adventures (standalone) are Adventures/Modules, Cards are Cards, etc.

I’d like some clarity on the Player Companion and Supplements lines. Many of these are little more than 32 page booklets.

Honestly, from a marketing perspective, I think it would make sense for these aged and dated products to be discounted.

Sure the Player Companions are listed above at $9.99, which is a streamlined average of the $7.99–$10.49 price. The Campaign Setting supplements are unchanged at $15.99.

I've just looked at several 1st edition Campaign Setting supplements. They are currently listed at $13.99 for the PDF ($9.99 for the print). Are they going up to $15.99, or remaining unchanged at $13.99?

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Update: Humble Bundle, after several back and forth emails, acknowledge that their system messed up in flagging my transaction and stopping my purchase. Unfortunately, they can not reinstate the purchase and donation. So still, no Strength of Thousands bundle for me.

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I've been looking at the companions in the First Edition Bestiary. I noticed they do not have any traits from the trait options. I was wondering if this was intentional or not. The companions in the 2E Companion Guide are built as full PCs, not NPCs. It seems like the companions in the 1E Bestiary should also be built that way. The 1E PFS Pregen sheets include traits.

Paizo/Game On Tabletop wrote:

Kingmaker Bestiary for Pathfinder First Edition (Add-On)

Does your group prefer to stick with First Edition? We’ve got you covered with the hardcover Kingmaker Bestiary for Pathfinder First Edition, a 160-page monster and NPC resource that converts the new companions, NPCs, and monsters unlocked by this campaign into old-school Pathfinder First Edition. Play along in the new and updated encounters with this helpful conversion guide featuring back-converted stats for the entire Kingmaker campaign, plus other rules conversions, tips and tricks to run the campaign smoothly. This add-on book is your ticket to playing Kingmaker in classic style.

Game On Tabletop Kingmaker link

Update Humble Bundle has canceled my order. No bundle for me. They have not replied to my customer service request but they have refunded my credit card. Still sad.

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I got caught in a Humble Bundle trap um, undisclosed, post-payment requirement. I tried to pick up this bundle, Humble Bundle charged my credit card, then they sent me their ransom update request:

Humble Bundle email wrote:

Verify Phone Number

We need to verify your phone number to protect your payment account. We will run a pre-approval for the purchase, but we will not finalize the payment until your order for Humble RPG bundle: Pathfinder Second Edition Strength of Thousands by Paizo is available for download.

They did not send me the keys for the PDFs they charged me for. Yes, Humble Bundle had no problem charging my credit card. I checked. They are phishing asking for my phone number. It’s not needed. I’ve sent in a support request into Humble Bundle. No reply yet, but it's only been a few hours - I'm not knocking them for that yet.


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Page 19: The map of the great hall should have a door on the east wall, north most square going into the east wing to match the East Wing map.

Page 27: First paragraph continuing Area A3c. Change "their separate ways to the east west". Areas A6 and A12 are to the west of area A3.

Roboconn wrote:
I cant find the west wing in the interactive maps. Am I blind?

If you are, so am I. No west wing.

Rural Michigan here:

Order Created: August 25
Order Shipped: August 30
Order Arrived: September 9 (today)
Tracking info has never worked.

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I have a few issues with the Aldori Manor Great Hall map.

1) If it is to match up with the East Wing map, there needs to be a door on the east wall of the great hall in the north most square. It opens to a storage room (?) on the East Wing map.

2) I though Paizo was allowing picture extraction from their PDFs now to allow owners use the maps in VTT games. I can't extract the map.

3) I wish that the Great Hall would have been one of the maps in the Flip-Mat: Noble Manor Multi-Pack instead of one of the two thrown rooms.

note: I reposted this from the 1st edition Kingmaker forum as this is the correct forum.

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Berhagen wrote:
FWCain wrote:

Do the rules on kingdom building have "backwards compatibility" with the first edition rules (in "Ult. Campaign")? Did they just revise them for compatibility with second edition? Or did they rebuild them completely from scratch?


Completely revised, much more streamlined. But also very different.

I would say it is a lot more manageable for the majority of groups though. I did originally create a relatively advanced spreadsheet (lovingly improved, updated and maintained by others - in particular Chemlak) but even if with that it the 1st edition was very involved to use…..

Is the spreadsheet still available somewhere online? My searching has failed me this time.

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Soon a Player’s Guide will be release for the Kingmaker Anniversary Edition. That will be for the second edition rules. I am preparing to run the AP with 1st edition rules. I suspect, but I don’t know, that an updated KM Player’s Guide will not be release for 1st edition. So, I’ve attempted to update the Campaign Traits in the original player;s guide with the new information presented in the Backgrounds for 2nd edition PCs. Your input is welcome!

Kingmaker AP Campaign Traits:

Bastard, now Brevic Outcast. Updated benefit: You take a –1 penalty on all Charisma-based skill checks made when dealing with members of Brevic nobility but as a result of your stubbornness and individuality, you gain a +1 trait bonus on Knowledge (nobility) checks and gain a +1 trait bonus on Will saves. If you manage to establish yourself as a true noble or secure a leadership role in a kingdom, you no longer take the penalty to Charisma-based checks.

Brigand, now Local Brigand. Updated benefit: You begin the campaign with an extra 100 gp in ill-gotten gains. You also gain a +1 trait bonus on Bluff, Intimidate, and Sleight of Hand, and one of these (your choice) becomes a class skill.
Issian  now Issian Patiot. Updated benefit: Your agile mind grants you a +1 trait bonus on all Will saves made to resist mind-affecting effects. You can use Knowledge (local) instead of Diplomacy to gather information.

Noble Born, now Bevric Noble. Updated benefits: no change.

Pioneer, now Borderland Pioneer. Updated benefits: You gain a +1 trait bonus to Handle Animal, Knowledge (nature) and Survival, and one of these (your choice) becomes a class skill.

Cartographer’s Apprentice (new campaign trait): Maps and the great outdoors has always interested you. You have combined your interests and spent the last several years walking the breath of Brevor in the apprenticeship of a master cartographer. You are now ready to practice your trade and an expedition into the uncharted Stolen Lands seems like a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. You gain a +1 trait bonus on Craft (map), Knowledge (geography), and Survival, and one of these (your choice) becomes a class skill.

Rostlander. No changes.

Sword Scion. Updated benefits: You begin play with an Aldori dueling sword. You treat Aldori dueling swords as martial weapons rather than exotic weapons for the purpose of proficiency, and gain a +1 trait bonus on all attacks and combat maneuvers made with such weapons.

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willfromamerica wrote:
Might be good to make threads for each "book" so the questions in each can be more focused? I'm not sure if the new version of the AP is broken out by the original book they were a part of, though.

I think it would be cleaner to ask for a GM Reference sub-folder. In that folder have a sticky thread dedicated to each chapter, in order. That would keep the main Kingmaker 2nd Ed. folder cleaner and require less scrolling through all the sticky threads to get to the new ones.

Just My Thoughts.

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Ed Reppert wrote:
Hm. When will we be able to order it? Before street date, I hope. The way my subs are set up I probably won't get this until November anyway, but I'd like not to be the guy who tries to order and finds "sorry, out of stock". :-)

I'm making an educated guess here:

Jim Butler posted that they would be releasing the Kingmaker Player's Guide near the end of September. I expect there will be a big blog post announcing the release of the Kingmaker AP. At that time, I expect the Paizo store webpages to go live and you will be able to order from Paizo.

That said, I have already preordered several items that are not in my backer package from Miniature Market. However, MM is already out of stock on most of the Kingmaker 2E preorder items.

Jim Butler wrote:

The Kingmaker Player's Guide will be released toward the end of September.


Awesome, looking forward to it.

FWIW: When I go to my order page on the Paizo site, then click on one of the products listed in the pending Kingmaker line, I get forwarded to a page that keeps trying to load, but never gets there. I speculate that the page may exist but hasn't been released for public consumption. I was looking at my order item that shows:

Pathfinder Kingmaker Bestiary (PFRPG)

I clicked on it to check that it is the 1st ed Kingmaker Bestiary I ordered, not the 5E one.

Terevalis Unctio of House Mysti wrote:
What is the special?
GenCon Description wrote:

PF(2ed) Special #3-98: Expedition Into Pallid Peril

Levels 1-6. The Pathfinder Society sends its agents in a race to uncover the hidden entrance to a long-lost dwarven city.

Having made several recent forays into a set of unearthed ruins in the volcanic region of Droskar’s Crag, the Pathfinder Society has uncovered what could be an access point to the lost dwarven city of Raseri Kanton. Pathfinder agents from across Golarion have come to support the Society’s latest large-scale endeavor. However, the Aspis Consortium have also begun exploring the ruins, so it’s a race to see who can reach Raseri Kanton first!

There is also a Starfinder special.

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Signing up for the Special online. So why is there an up-charge for the online special? ($8 vs $4 for a ticket). I know that the when I've played the special in-person, the higher price appears to offset the promotional miniature that everyone gets. Are there other bonuses for playing the special online this year?

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Lewy wrote:
Ok, I've searched this thread, the faq's and the subscription notices. I must be missing it but I have tried. Please would someone confirm if the fans like myself who've been here since the start and spend loads still get to keep their grandfathered advantage discount? Because, if not, then it's time for me to head off.

From farther up the thread:

Aaron Shanks wrote:
RobertTHEPerylous wrote:


And will Legacy Subscribers to the Adventure Path still get the Advantage discount?


I have am not aware of any changes to Legacy Subscribers.


Alex Speidel wrote:
Swiftbrook wrote:

A few questions.

When are the interactive specials for each system?
Are there going to be tables of 1st edition of Pathfinder?
Are the Macadam games going to be running the Beginner Box?

The interactives will be in the evening slots (8pm-1am) on Friday and Saturday.

There will be 4-5 tables of first edition in each slot.
The Academy games will be using various Bounties and other short content like the Free RPG Day adventures.

From the current event listing on the GenCon site, I can find . . .

Regular games cost $8 each slot
Academy games 2 hours and $2
SF Special: Friday 8:00 pm $12, 33 tables
PF Special: Saturday 8:00 pm, $12

As a sample, here is listings for the Friday 2 pm slot
1 table of PFS(1ed)
1 table of Pathfinder Academy
23 tables of PFS(2nd)
13 tables of SFS

Most of the tables were single tables with five tickets available. I suspect that this is going to be updated before tickets go live but I have no actual intel on that. Well, I have a little intel. Only tier 1-2 of the Pathfinder Special is currently listed and there are only 24 tickets for it.

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Looked at the lineup on Warhorn. It looks like a good selection. However I wish there was a single filter for online vs. in-person. Or Online Game, PBP, and Physical Game. There are around 30 filter check boxes for online, if I try it.


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It seem with second edition that the rules are much tighter and it should be easier to write scenarios because the authors have a better idea what the skill range will be for the PCs. A third level PC is going to have a maximum bonus of +11 (+3 level, max +4 stat, +4 proficiency), and more likely a +8 (+3 level, +3 stat, +2 proficiency). That three point range is a lot tighter than I've seen in 1E.

As to what tiers to offer, to me, offering the beginner range 1-2 doesn't make a lot of sense at the expenses of higher tiers. A walk in or new player don't have time to make a PC on the spot and can pick up a level 3 pregen just as easily as a level 1. Playing a level 3 will probably give them a better feel for the game and they'll have a little more fun because their PC can do more.

An overall range of 3-8 seems seem a better fit for what appears to be about the same amount of work.

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Well, Pathfinder 1E isn't dead yet. Over 4,000 bundles sold with ten days to go.


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I have to wonder if Paizo didn't miss the mark with the level choices for the PFS special. From my perspective, it doesn't seems much different to develop say a 3-8 range instead of a 1-6. New players can use a level 3 pregen and get a much better feel for character abilities and the game than using a level one. Veteran players can play a slightly higher level PC. Also, I've heard, at least in 1e, that level 7-9 is a sweet spot for PCs.

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Vala the White-Haired Witch wrote:
For some PDFs that we already own, is there any way to get a separate code to gift to a friend? Or are those PDFs effectively wasted?

Maybe. It depends on what books you have and need.

If you support at the $25 level, you will get three codes.
A code for the $5 bundle (7 PDFs)
A code for the $15 bundle (12 PDFs not in the $5 bundle)
A code for the $25 bundle (20 PDFs not in the $5 or $15 bundles)

So, you can share codes for specific bundle levels, but not specific books.

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This is an awesome bundle!

Great theme. Great books. I have several of the physical copies and I'm going to add these PDF to my library.

This Blog wrote:
Plus, you choose how much of your purchase supports the National Coalition Against Censorship or the charity of your choice!

I can't find this option on the Humble Bundle Page.

Humble Bundle wrote:
NOTE: Some bundles do not have this feature enabled.


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gencon.com/indy wrote:
At Gen Con Indy 2022, we anticipate that all in-person participants will be required to show proof of a full course of vaccination against COVID-19 to attend the convention, and that mask-wearing will be required in all indoor spaces.

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