Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook (OGL)

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Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook (OGL)

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Enter a fantastic world of adventure!

The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game puts you in the role of a brave adventurer fighting to survive in a world beset by magic and evil. Will you cut your way through monster-filled ruins and cities rife with political intrigue to emerge as a famous hero laden with fabulous treasure, or will you fall victim to treacherous traps and fiendish monsters in a forgotten dungeon? Your fate is yours to decide with this giant Core Rulebook that provides everything a player needs to set out on a life of adventure and excitement!

This imaginative tabletop game builds upon more than 10 years of system development and an open playtest involving more than 50,000 gamers to create a cutting-edge RPG experience that brings the all-time best-selling set of fantasy rules into the new millennium.

The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook includes:

  • All player and Game Master rules in a single volume
  • Complete rules for fantastic player races like elves, dwarves, gnomes, halflings, and half-orcs
  • Exciting new options for character classes like fighters, wizards, rogues, clerics, and more
  • Streamlined and updated rules for feats and skills that increase options for your hero
  • A simple combat system with easy rules for grapples, bull rushes, and other special attacks
  • Spellcaster options for magic domains, familiars, bonded items, specialty schools, and more
  • Hundreds of revised, new, and updated spells and magical treasures
  • Quick-generation guidelines for nonplayer characters
  • Expanded rules for curses, diseases, and poisons
  • A completely overhauled experience system with options for slow, medium, and fast advancement
  • ... and much, much more!

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Glad to Own It

4/5

I took a few years break from Role Playing. I just felt no real excitement in the products I was reading nor the games I was playing in. I thought my RPG days were over. Then I had a friend hand me this book and he told me to read it. He wanted to know what I thought of the rules etc.

I bought the book for myself the following week. I now own a large number of the Pathfinder products. The rules, background, and feel are exciting and new, yet they were also comfortable and friendly.

Thank You for creating this new classic.


4/5

The content of the book is great. It's organized in a way that makes sense and is therefore easy to refer to during a game if needed. There is plenty of information, the rules and classes are well balanced, and there are so many character, spell, and item options to explore just within this basic book. My only problem is that my book, purchased less than a year ago and used gently, is already starting to fall apart. The binding is a bit fragile and some of the pages have ripped slightly. The page part is really my fault, but I would appreciate if this beautiful book could be a bit more sturdy.


Very good, though not without fault.

4/5

I bought the core book a couple months ago as a bit of a compromise; I know this will sound like heresy to a lot of people, but I vastly prefered 4e to 3.5. I didn't love it, but to me, 4e's faults were much easier for me to overlook, than 3.5. But I had found a gaming group, who hated 4e, and so it usually ended up with me begrudgingly playing 3.5, until one day I talked it over with the DM, who offered Pathfinder as a compromiae. As it turned out, after a few sessions, all of us (except one guy, but he's so resistant to change, that anything post-TSR was stretching it) loved pathfinder more than our respective favorite editions.

Pathfinder really just fixed a lot of my problems with 3.5 (though the addition of archetypes, as well as later books, like ultimate (insert book here) contributed more than the core book did, truth be told), and I really like the setting, much more than anything TSR/WotC produced, with the possible exception of Eberon.

The one reason I'm only giving it 4 stars is I'm a bit OCD with my books, so the fact thst it's so fragile is a big draw back; I've resorted to using the PRD almost exclusively. Though, the Art is gorgeous, so if you're not adverse to digital books, I'd recomend the $10 investment in the pdf ahead of the PRD. If you don't mind page tears, the hardcover is good too, but I can't really get over the cheap construction.


Good product, love the rules... but...

4/5

I bought this product, after reading it at a friend's house.

Loved the book, the rules, all of it. Make the system better then it was.

However, my major complain is concerning the sorcerer VS wizard balance.

Wizards had the flaw of preparing spells, memorizing them, and casting only those spells. They had the perk of getting more feats to compensate. Sorcerer on the otherhand did not need to memorize, they just cast, but had a limited arsenal.

Now, sorcerer still have the same flaw. However, they got the bloodlines. A way to boost they. They get: spells, powers, resistance, bonus feats, sometimes even bonus stats, depending on the bloodline. Don't get me wrong, it's cool. I love the idea. Where it's wrong it's when we look at the wizard. All they got as an improvement is this: choose between familiar or bond item. The prior is known. The latter is an item that enable the wizard to cast any spell he as in is spellbook (not prepared), whatever level he can cast, once per day. Which is good. BUT! if he should lose, or not have is item (like get confiscated by orc guards) he must make a concentration check at 20+spell lvl to cast ANY SPELL or FAIL. Oh, did i say there is no more concentration skill... good luck succeeding that... There is another perk they get, depending on the speciality the choice, which give minor powers... but still as the flaw of having the opposing schools (yes, plural... two). But these bonus are nothing close of the bonus the sorcerer get.

I say: Paizo, good work to book, good set of rules. but shame on you! You clearly favored the sorcerer and did to little to balance the power-ups you gave them.


Giant anti-noob fortress.

4/5

This is a great rulebook. It is where I learned to play Pathfinder. But I cannot stress how FRUSTRATING it was trying to find the little things, like Hit Points, and various Rage Powers. It took me two months to figure out how to navigate myself around with the book, and another two to master it.


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Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Jagyr Ebonwood wrote:

Will the PRPG be available through Borders? I normally don't shop there, but everybody and their brother gave me Borders gift cards this Christmas...

If yes, then yay!
If no, then...anyone want to buy some Borders gift cards?

Borders can order it through Diamond Book Distributors. Please encourage them to do so!

Contributor

Vic Wertz wrote:
Jagyr Ebonwood wrote:

Will the PRPG be available through Borders? I normally don't shop there, but everybody and their brother gave me Borders gift cards this Christmas...

If yes, then yay!
If no, then...anyone want to buy some Borders gift cards?

Borders can order it through Diamond Book Distributors. Please encourage them to do so!

It will be available through Borders. It may not appear in the physical stores but they will be able to order it and the website will have it as well (gift cards work on the website as well as the physical stores). It doesnt appear on the website yet or on the in store terminals for preorder yet, but I can see it in our database (I work at a Borders).


Seems like I only see Paizo products at B&N here in the metroplex. I really wish Borders would jump on the Paizo bandwagon, as it is my preferred new bookstore.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Seems like I only see Paizo products at B&N here in the metroplex. I really wish Borders would jump on the Paizo bandwagon, as it is my preferred new bookstore.

Have you tried asking them to order stuff for you? They should be happy to do that...


It's the curse of the COUPON shopper. ;)

Contributor

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Seems like I only see Paizo products at B&N here in the metroplex. I really wish Borders would jump on the Paizo bandwagon, as it is my preferred new bookstore.

Borders sees Roleplay stuff as extremely niche. Since so much of the inventory of individual stores is dependent on local buying trends, and in many locations RPGs are very slow sellers Borders tends to only lightly stock the areas. Right now my store is mostly 4e stuff and most of it is still stuff from the initial stocking (ie. our 4e PHBs are still ones we got on its release date) so its very rare to stock 3pp stuff, though there are at least one volume of each of the 3 APs on the shelf also (this is by no means a measure of 4e or Pathfinders success, it was the same with 3.5 and it is the same with WoD).

Borders can, and will order just about anything Pathfinder (I think some volumes of the first AP are out of print) if you ask them to. Doing so, especially if you and a handful of others all ask may even result in more of it appearing on the shelves.

Paizo Employee Chief Creative Officer, Publisher

We are working on a new "rules" subscription that will get you a free PDF, but we don't want to announce a new subscription until we've announced at least one more follow-up rules book, so that people know what they are subscribing to. We're still getting some printer quotes and what not for that book, so until that goes live, we can't make any formal promises about the subscription yet.

Scarab Sages

Erik Mona wrote:

We are working on a new "rules" subscription that will get you a free PDF, but we don't want to announce a new subscription until we've announced at least one more follow-up rules book, so that people know what they are subscribing to. We're still getting some printer quotes and what not for that book, so until that goes live, we can't make any formal promises about the subscription yet.

Smurfilicious

Liberty's Edge

Erik Mona wrote:

We are working on a new "rules" subscription that will get you a free PDF, but we don't want to announce a new subscription until we've announced at least one more follow-up rules book, so that people know what they are subscribing to. We're still getting some printer quotes and what not for that book, so until that goes live, we can't make any formal promises about the subscription yet.

Thanks. that's great! Can you at least tell us if this announcement would come before the RPG Book comes out this summer? I am assuming the answer is yes, otherwise many of us would have already purchased our books by the time the subscription is announced, which would mean no free PDF for us, right?

Can we assume that, at the very least, the RPG and the Beastiary would fall under this new rules subscription?

Thanks again!

Liberty's Edge

You can count on my subscription regardless :)

Dark Archive

Wildfire142 wrote:
You can count on my subscription regardless :)

Me too.

If I can't afford it I'll have to drop one of my other subscriptions instead. I'm really looking forward to the Pathfinder RPG, and the PDFs will be very handy.

Jon Brazer Enterprises

Wildfire142 wrote:
You can count on my subscription regardless :)
amethal wrote:
Me too.

Ditto.

Dark Archive

I already preordered. Since they said that wouldn't effect what ever they end up doing. That way I know I won't somehow miss a way to get the subscription for it.

Paizo Employee CEO

Marc Radle 81 wrote:
Erik Mona wrote:

We are working on a new "rules" subscription that will get you a free PDF, but we don't want to announce a new subscription until we've announced at least one more follow-up rules book, so that people know what they are subscribing to. We're still getting some printer quotes and what not for that book, so until that goes live, we can't make any formal promises about the subscription yet.

Thanks. that's great! Can you at least tell us if this announcement would come before the RPG Book comes out this summer? I am assuming the answer is yes, otherwise many of us would have already purchased our books by the time the subscription is announced, which would mean no free PDF for us, right?

Can we assume that, at the very least, the RPG and the Beastiary would fall under this new rules subscription?

Thanks again!

It should be available in a matter of weeks.

Liberty's Edge

I would prefer to have a pdf as well, but with the current shipping costs of those two books, its to expensive for me to order it at Paizo.
A subscription might change that, so...crossing fingers...


My group has been running all campaigns with the Pathfinder:Beta since I got the book. (Since then another copy was hunted down and the PDF printed out at Kinkos...)
My question is, will the Beta book basically function as an extra copy? (At least for players leveling characters, looking up equipment, or feats... that sort of thing.) Or will I need to overlook what someone is doing and give them the whole; "Well, that got changed so you need to grab the other book."


Pathfinder Adventure, Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

Looking forward for the "Suscriptor benefits"... :D Today's d21 made me more excited for this book!

Paizo Employee Chief Creative Officer, Publisher

Panguinslayer7 wrote:

My group has been running all campaigns with the Pathfinder:Beta since I got the book. (Since then another copy was hunted down and the PDF printed out at Kinkos...)

My question is, will the Beta book basically function as an extra copy? (At least for players leveling characters, looking up equipment, or feats... that sort of thing.) Or will I need to overlook what someone is doing and give them the whole; "Well, that got changed so you need to grab the other book."

A lot of stuff will be the same, but a lot of stuff will be different too. It's difficult to answer your question without knowing what, for example, your players are going to want to look up.

I suspect everyone will want a new copy of the rules, if only to have all of the corrections (not to mention all of the spells and prestige classes) in one place.

Jon Brazer Enterprises

*Long whistle* Spiffy new cover!!!


have to say I love the new cover layout

Dark Archive

This cover somehow, for me, feels really old school. Love it!

Dark Archive

Tharen the Damned wrote:
This cover somehow, for me, feels really old school. Love it!

Absolutely! It's simply amazing how Wayne "gets" the spirit of Pathfinder (and Golarion) and brings it to life! :)


I downloaded and printed the Alpha version of Pathfinder and after reading it (and being wowed by it), tentatively introduced it to my group (who are resolutely entrenched in their universal determination not to switch to 4.0). They took to it instantly and now every member has their own copy of the softcover of the Beta playtest rules. Unquestionably the most exciting rules since my older brother bought the old blue cover rules in about 1976. Thanks Paizo and I can't wait until August.


Will the pdf of this product be available straight away? Or will it take as long as a standard PF AP to get uploaded?

Hopefully the former, I'm from Ireland, and while I'm ordering both book and pdf, I don't want to have to wait two weeks for both versions! Especially while many on the boards will have the rules already, it'll be like being Tantalus in the Tartarus of the wait for the rules.

Liberty's Edge

In my group we like both 3.5 and 4E. So while we are going to get PF we have no intention of stopping 4E purchases.


Don't worry, Memorax. We love folks who buy/play both over here, in spite of our occasional airing of grievances/frustrations.

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Companion, Pawns, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Charter Superscriber

This cover is made of win.

Scarab Sages

Rest assured, Paizo, I will be purchasing the hardcover Pathfinder books. But for nostalgia's sake I will do so at my FLGS.


A 560 page book that includes the Players and Game Masters rules sets together? Holy ****! I am simply amazed that Paizo is making the Core Rules book like this. The people at Paizo are Gods of generosity. I am new to the Paizo Pathfinder RPG system. I read the Beta version and the FAQ on how the rules for 3.5 have changed. It has me super excited. August cannot get hear fast enough!

Scarab Sages

For some reason this isn't showing up in Bowker's BooksInPrint catalogue.... it needs to be in there for me to get it ordered at my library... :) Well, technically it doesn't have to be but it makes life so much easier for our acquisitions department.


axia777 wrote:
The people at Paizo are Gods of generosity. I am new to the Paizo Pathfinder RPG system.

If we were going to stat them out, then creativity would also be a big part of their portfolio...

Dark Archive

hmarcbower wrote:
For some reason this isn't showing up in Bowker's BooksInPrint catalogue.... it needs to be in there for me to get it ordered at my library... :) Well, technically it doesn't have to be but it makes life so much easier for our acquisitions department.

A fellow librarian... your acquisitions department might use Amazon, for example, for reference.

BTW, didn't they tell you that all librarians are expected to join the Cheliax revolution? And we *do* have the best parties... ;)

Silver Crusade

Silly question, but have there been any major changes to the product as compared to the beta release?

Scarab Sages

hmarcbower wrote:
For some reason this isn't showing up in Bowker's BooksInPrint catalogue.... it needs to be in there for me to get it ordered at my library... :) Well, technically it doesn't have to be but it makes life so much easier for our acquisitions department.
Asgetrion wrote:

A fellow librarian... your acquisitions department might use Amazon, for example, for reference.

BTW, didn't they tell you that all librarians are expected to join the Cheliax revolution? And we *do* have the best parties... ;)

They can source it from just the ISBN, of course, but they like to collect things into several lists (there are a dozen or so selectors) that they can then just import to the order system. Makes it nice and tidy. I actually thought the Bestiary was coming out after the core rules, but if it's coming out before that might explain why it's in there but the core rules aren't - it may just be too soon to expect to see the Core Rulebook on GBIP. Either way, I hope that they give the same discount to libraries as they give to Amazon!

Librarians... not known for their partying, but perhaps the foul outsiders have corrupted you. Sifting through an endless sea of sand for a grain of knowledge, however... :)

Scarab Sages

As it turns out she was just as happy to order it from Chapters (the Canadian version of Barnes & Noble) - she's never sure what the discount might be from Diamond (and we don't generally order from that distribution agent, I guess - any comics/graphic novels/whatever that we buy I think come from a local comic shop). The Chapters discount was the same as the Amazon discount (37%).

In any case, I'm now the proud future owner of the Bestiary and the Core Rulebook (once they are released...) and I need to talk to the selector who looks after that section (he usually gets the D&D books that come out - I need to impress upon him how swell Pathfinder will be).

Liberty's Edge

A subscription option to the Core Rules Books at 37% off the cover price...and free shipping...and a free PDF...OK, I'm pushing it, aren't I...

Scarab Sages

Andrew Turner wrote:
A subscription option to the Core Rules Books at 37% off the cover price...and free shipping...and a free PDF...OK, I'm pushing it, aren't I...

Perhaps just a touch... :)

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hmarcbower wrote:
hmarcbower wrote:
For some reason this isn't showing up in Bowker's BooksInPrint catalogue.... it needs to be in there for me to get it ordered at my library... :) Well, technically it doesn't have to be but it makes life so much easier for our acquisitions department.
Asgetrion wrote:

A fellow librarian... your acquisitions department might use Amazon, for example, for reference.

BTW, didn't they tell you that all librarians are expected to join the Cheliax revolution? And we *do* have the best parties... ;)

They can source it from just the ISBN, of course, but they like to collect things into several lists (there are a dozen or so selectors) that they can then just import to the order system. Makes it nice and tidy. I actually thought the Bestiary was coming out after the core rules, but if it's coming out before that might explain why it's in there but the core rules aren't - it may just be too soon to expect to see the Core Rulebook on GBIP. Either way, I hope that they give the same discount to libraries as they give to Amazon!

Librarians... not known for their partying, but perhaps the foul outsiders have corrupted you. Sifting through an endless sea of sand for a grain of knowledge, however... :)

Sounds familiar... the acquisitions department in my library wants to have as much information as only possible for each title before ordering it, even though in this case the publisher and ISBN are enough (as we're talking about first edition). :)

Hey, not only do we have the best parties -- we also have the finest libraries on all Golarion here in Cheliax... all that infer...er, vast lore at our disposal! Why don't you get rid of that horrible goldbug next to your name, and step into the warm, loving embrace of succub... er, I mean, step into our temples of Asmod... no, I meant to say that step into our temples of *knowledge* filled with shelves after shelves of ancient tomes! ;)


Paizo Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber

Books of lore collected while in the loving embrace of hell will catch fire easily and burn like a huge pyre of human ignorance.

Heed the words of a fellow librarian!

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I know it's most likely too late for this question, but: is there any chance you can regulate the pricing of the hardcover in EU countries? Fact is, most local game stores here simply stick a Euro sign before the dollar price. Seeing that ordering it direct from you to Germany is no option (shipping is waaay too hig, I'd be stuck with paying 49 Euros for a product worth 49 dollars. I find that intolerable. Sorry for the whining, but I do get pissed when retailers press hard earned cash out of poor gamers, and in this case it'd be a serious deterrent from the actual purchase (€49 = $64).

So I've cooked up this post where I dream that the back cover will indicate a fixed Pound (and Euro) price. Harkening back to the good ol' TSR days and all that...

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Lanx wrote:

Books of lore collected while in the loving embrace of hell will catch fire easily and burn like a huge pyre of human ignorance.

Heed the words of a fellow librarian!

Ah, but all of our tomes are bound of dem... er, made fire-resistant. ;)

If you ever happen to visit Westcrown here in Cheliax, I would be glad to give you a tour of our magnificent libraries! I'll just need your signature on a scroll that acts as a permit... but we can discuss that later.


Hi everybody!
First of all I'm sorry if this thing was mentioned and I repeat question. Well me and my friends are impressed with Pathfinder so, we decided to buy hardcover books, when game will be finally released. My question is: how many books can be packed in one box? I'd like to know if have to order one package or two.
Best regards
Martin

Scarab Sages

Marcin Roszkowski wrote:

Hi everybody!

First of all I'm sorry if this thing was mentioned and I repeat question. Well me and my friends are impressed with Pathfinder so, we decided to buy hardcover books, when game will be finally released. My question is: how many books can be packed in one box? I'd like to know if have to order one package or two.
Best regards
Martin

I've heard rumors that, for a modest fee, the fine folks at Paizo can box your order in a special wooden container, carved from a tree bathed in the blood of 10,000 demons, and lovingly wrapped in the skin of a sacrificed sentient being (entrapped soul not included).

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Windjammer wrote:

I know it's most likely too late for this question, but: is there any chance you can regulate the pricing of the hardcover in EU countries? Fact is, most local game stores here simply stick a Euro sign before the dollar price. Seeing that ordering it direct from you to Germany is no option (shipping is waaay too hig, I'd be stuck with paying 49 Euros for a product worth 49 dollars. I find that intolerable. Sorry for the whining, but I do get pissed when retailers press hard earned cash out of poor gamers, and in this case it'd be a serious deterrent from the actual purchase (€49 = $64).

So I've cooked up this post where I dream that the back cover will indicate a fixed Pound (and Euro) price. Harkening back to the good ol' TSR days and all that...

In the early days of Paizo, we used to print suggested retail prices in other currencies, but some of our international distributors asked us to stop. They pay us based on the retail price in dollars, but retailers pay them based on the selling price in the local currency, so if the exchange rate changed significantly since we printed the book, they'd have problems.

Besides, retail pricing based purely on exchange rate doesn't count for the fact that, due to the unavoidable high cost of overseas shipping, it costs a lot more for them to get the product than it does for a US distributor—that's really where a lot of that markup is going.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Marcin Roszkowski wrote:

Hi everybody!

First of all I'm sorry if this thing was mentioned and I repeat question. Well me and my friends are impressed with Pathfinder so, we decided to buy hardcover books, when game will be finally released. My question is: how many books can be packed in one box? I'd like to know if have to order one package or two.
Best regards
Martin

It depends on your shipping method and destination. Put it into your shopping cart, and go through checkout until you've set a shipping address, and then play around with quantities and see how it affects the shipping charges.

Scarab Sages

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Maps, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Maps Subscriber

If you have pre-ordered the book will it be sent out early so you get it close to the due date (especially for international orders), or will it be not sent out til the actual release date.

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Vic Wertz wrote:

In the early days of Paizo, we used to print suggested retail prices in other currencies, but some of our international distributors asked us to stop. They pay us based on the retail price in dollars, but retailers pay them based on the selling price in the local currency, so if the exchange rate changed significantly since we printed the book, they'd have problems.

Besides, retail pricing based purely on exchange rate doesn't count for the fact that, due to the unavoidable high cost of overseas shipping, it costs a lot more for them to get the product than it does for a US distributor—that's really where a lot of that markup is going.

Thanks for the explanation, Vic. As you say, that's "where a lot of that markup is going", but it ain't the entirety thereof.

So, while I have some sympathy for our local retailers, I'm going to boycot them on this one and order from Amazon US direct. Ordering PF RPG to Europe costs $39 per book *including postage*, and the retailers can seek to get their extra $25 profit PER BOOK from elsewhere.


Assuming there will be a subscription to get the rulebooks + free PDFs thereof I'm going to stick to ordering here.

If that option will not happen I am likely to do the same (ordering it from amazon.com).

The Exchange

I will be at GenCon, and hope you don't run out of copies like you did with the Beta last year. Be sure to bring a few extra truckloads this year!! :)


Hi there!

Are you incorporating any or all of WotC's 3.5 FAQs / Rules Clarifications into the PRPG rulebook?

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