Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Condition Cards (PFRPG)

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With Condition Cards, it's easy for players and GMs to keep track of the Pathfinder RPG's most common conditions. Did the bard fascinate your party? Is your wizard invisible? Is the fighter bleeding out? Simply hand out the appropriate condition cards to have all the rules for each condition at your fingertips. This set of 52 hilariously illustrated, full-color cards allows you to play faster and more easily than ever before.

There are 4 copies each of 13 different cards, with different (but related) conditions on each side:

  • blinded/deafened
  • dazed/stunned
  • exhausted/fatigued
  • grappled/pinned
  • shaken/frightened
  • sickened/nauseated
  • staggered/paralyzed
  • helpless/flat-footed
  • dazzled/fascinated
  • confused/entangled
  • bleed/dying
  • prone/unconscious
  • incorporeal/invisible

Also included is a new spell, soothing word.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-285-2

Condition Card Errata: The "Confused" card's second sentence "You treat all creatures as neither allies nor enemies." should be read as "You treat all creatures as enemies." and the "Fatigued" card's reference to "you move at half speed" should be ignored. The cards with textual changes are pictured below.

Errata-ed cards are not included in the current reprints of the Condition Cards.

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Invaluable!

5/5

I've been using the Pathfinder Condition Cards for a few years now, so obviously I think they're a helpful addition to the game. The idea with the cards is that they provide a quick rules "shortcut" about the different status conditions that characters in the game can suffer from, like being knocked prone from getting tripped, paralyzed by a ghoul's touch, or fatigued from force marching. Conditions like this are extremely important, but it can be easy to forget a character is suffering from one and it can be even harder to remember exactly what the mechanical implications are.

Each card is double-sided, and the designers were clever: where possible, one side is a less serious condition than the more serious related condition on the other side (for example, "fatigued" and "exhausted" will be on opposite sides of the same card, and the same for "sickened" and "nauseated"). Not all conditions come in escalating pairs, of course, but the combinations chosen are still logical, like putting "blinded" and "deafened" on opposite sides of a card or "invisible" and "incorporeal" on opposite sides. There are four individual cards for each pair of conditions, which should be plenty for most tables; you can simply hand a player a card if their PC is suffering from the condition, or prop it up in front of them so everyone can see. Each of the type of cards has a different colour background and a different humorous picture of a goblin suffering from that condition (so the "helpless" goblin is tied to a stake, the "fascinated" goblin is entranced by a jewel, etc.). The cards are standard playing cards size, and have held up just fine to a lot of use.

Each deck also comes with an extra card that has an explanation of the deck on one side (common sense really) and a new spell, Soothing Word, on the other side. It's frankly odd to introduce a new spell to the game through a deck of cards like this, but the spell is actually extremely useful, as it reduces a serious condition (like "stunned") to its less serious counterpart ("dazed").

I have only one minor complaint about the deck: there are some conditions listed in the Core Rulebook that are not present in the cards: Cowering, Disabled, Energy Drained, Panicked, Petrified, and Stable. I would rather have paid a dime more for a 55 card pack and had these covered.

Still, all in all, these cards save a *lot* of flipping through the book trying to remember the effects of different conditions, and they've become something I make sure I have on the table every time I play Pathfinder.


They are a must use!

5/5

They make old and new games so easy to play its incredible. With new groups its easy to show them and effect and make them understand and with experienced high level groups its perfect to keep track of stacking effects. The most helpful product I've bought. I hope they make a comprehensive buff card pack as well.


Good product. It could be improved

4/5

First my experience: I purchased this product May 3, 2015 and I received an old edition deck (no "roleplaying game" writing on the box, just "pathfinder cards") with errors on the two incriminated cards. Not sure why Paizo still prints and ships old products. I was disappointed but luckily you can easily cancel the wrong statements with a marker.

EDIT: Paizo staff noticed the error in my comments in the forum and they immediately shipped a new deck. Sadly, this deck was an old edition too. It happened that Paizo actually made an error in the printing process.

The arts are very good, goblins are a pleasure to see. Many of the cards have the same drawing on both sides, so for example the pinned/grappled card presents the same goblin for the two conditions. Few cards present a different art on the two sides (e.g. invisible/incorporeal). I think it would have been much better if every condition had its own art (4 stars mainly due to this).

I'm sure these cards will be useful in my game sessions.


Mandatory Luxury Item

5/5

This is a great product, making the Pathfinder RPG even easier to play or GM. While not essential to game play, I really consider it a "Mandatory Luxury Item" at the game table.


Useful

5/5

I use my deck literally every session. Not only does it have the rules for these conditions at the ready, but it is a great reminder to make the adjustments. Useful both as a player and as a GM.


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Sweet! Amazon just sent me an update that the condition cards will be available on July 14th! Looks like I'm about to make my first direct from paizo purchase.

Grand Lodge

Wolfthulhu wrote:

Cool deck. The Goblins are funny and I really like how a lot of the 'stepped' conditions are on the flip side of each-other.

I do have one complaint (with the Cards line in general), the packaging. The dang cardboard tab that sticks up at the back of the box makes it hard to open a deck without tearing the box. I assume it's a cost savings over the old box wrapped in plastic, but the 'traditional' card box is so much more easy to not damage.

Actually it is rather easy to open the boxes. The trick is to fold the tab at the top on to the back of the card box. By doing this what then happens is it reveals enough of the top opening cardboard to get at it and easily open it then with no tearing on the box and preserving it quite nicely.

Make sense?? :)

The Exchange

Deanoth wrote:
Wolfthulhu wrote:

Cool deck. The Goblins are funny and I really like how a lot of the 'stepped' conditions are on the flip side of each-other.

I do have one complaint (with the Cards line in general), the packaging. The dang cardboard tab that sticks up at the back of the box makes it hard to open a deck without tearing the box. I assume it's a cost savings over the old box wrapped in plastic, but the 'traditional' card box is so much more easy to not damage.

Actually it is rather easy to open the boxes. The trick is to fold the tab at the top on to the back of the card box. By doing this what then happens is it reveals enough of the top opening cardboard to get at it and easily open it then with no tearing on the box and preserving it quite nicely.

Make sense?? :)

Not entirely. 1) Bending is still 'damaging' or perhaps more accurately, 'changing the condition of' the box. This is just one of those things I'm a little OCD about. (Aside: On the rare occasion that I sell old video games, I frequently hear things like, "I've never seen used games come into the store in this condition, they're like new". I've even been told, "These are actually worth more than we are allowed to give you".)

2) I tried what you're talking about anyway, since a bend is slightly more tolerable than a tear... I still got a very very slight tear where the doubled over tab runs slightly into the box. It is much easier to open now, and I don't think it will tear more, which is a problem I was having before. So thanks, it helps a little, but I'd still rather see the tabs go away.


Just buy one of those plastic card holder thingies that Magic players use? Quite strong, and easy to carry/throw around :)

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Wolfthulhu wrote:
The dang cardboard tab that sticks up at the back of the box makes it hard to open a deck without tearing the box. I assume it's a cost savings over the old box wrapped in plastic, but the 'traditional' card box is so much more easy to not damage.

It's not a cost issue—it's that retailers need a way to hang these on pegs, and those plastic J-hooks that you have to use when you don't have a built-in hang tab really don't work all that well.


Vic Wertz wrote:
It's not a cost issue—it's that retailers need a way to hang these on pegs, and those plastic J-hooks that you have to use when you don't have a built-in hang tab really don't work all that well.

That's a great point for sales, but I'll tell ya I own the Friends & Foes Deck, Crtical Hit and Critical Fumble Decks and all three have scarring and tearing from trying to open them without damaging the hang tab (and failing miserably).

Isn't it possible to use those plastic adhesive hang tabs that you see on other decks of cards that hang in retail stores (like Bicycle Playing Cards)? They stick to the plastic shrink wrap on the outside. Or would that cost be too great?

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Stynkk wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
It's not a cost issue—it's that retailers need a way to hang these on pegs, and those plastic J-hooks that you have to use when you don't have a built-in hang tab really don't work all that well.
Isn't it possible to use those plastic adhesive hang tabs that you see on other decks of cards that hang in retail stores (like Bicycle Playing Cards)? They stick to the plastic shrink wrap on the outside. Or would that cost be too great?

That's the plastic J-hook I was talking about. You'll find them on our older card decks; we don't use them anymore.

Owner - House of Books and Games LLC

Stynkk wrote:
I own the Friends & Foes Deck, Crtical Hit and Critical Fumble Decks and all three have scarring and tearing from trying to open them without damaging the hang tab (and failing miserably).

What do you use the box for?

I always just pull the cards and recycle the box; I keep my cards in a 3-ring binder in 9-pocket sheets.

The Exchange

Vic Wertz wrote:
Stynkk wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
It's not a cost issue—it's that retailers need a way to hang these on pegs, and those plastic J-hooks that you have to use when you don't have a built-in hang tab really don't work all that well.
Isn't it possible to use those plastic adhesive hang tabs that you see on other decks of cards that hang in retail stores (like Bicycle Playing Cards)? They stick to the plastic shrink wrap on the outside. Or would that cost be too great?
That's the plastic J-hook I was talking about. You'll find them on our older card decks; we don't use them anymore.

I figured there wasn't much chance that you'd go back to them. Just wanted to voice my opinion since it's been bugging me for a long time.

The Exchange

gbonehead wrote:
Stynkk wrote:
I own the Friends & Foes Deck, Crtical Hit and Critical Fumble Decks and all three have scarring and tearing from trying to open them without damaging the hang tab (and failing miserably).

What do you use the box for?

I always just pull the cards and recycle the box; I keep my cards in a 3-ring binder in 9-pocket sheets.

To carry the cards in a small convenient package. A binder is fine if you play at home. Acceptable if you travel via car to your gaming location. I ride a Harley when ever possible (read: when it's not raining), therefore portability is vital.

Dark Archive

Pathfinder Card Game, Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
Wolfthulhu wrote:
gbonehead wrote:
Stynkk wrote:
I own the Friends & Foes Deck, Crtical Hit and Critical Fumble Decks and all three have scarring and tearing from trying to open them without damaging the hang tab (and failing miserably).

What do you use the box for?

I always just pull the cards and recycle the box; I keep my cards in a 3-ring binder in 9-pocket sheets.

To carry the cards in a small convenient package. A binder is fine if you play at home. Acceptable if you travel via car to your gaming location. I ride a Harley when ever possible (read: when it's not raining), therefore portability is vital.

when ever possible when not raining? I now have a wonderful image of you driving around the house on your Harley....

Scarab Sages

Wolfthulhu wrote:
I do have one complaint (with the Cards line in general), the packaging. The dang cardboard tab that sticks up at the back of the box makes it hard to open a deck without tearing the box. I assume it's a cost savings over the old box wrapped in plastic, but the 'traditional' card box is so much more easy to not damage.

I just cut the tabs off, as close to the box end as I can get.

Instant rectangular cuboid.

I'm not reselling the pack, nor do I need to hang it up, so I'd rather cut off the tab, and have decks that are easily stored, than leave a tab on, that catches on things/bends/tears.


Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

Did you guys change the quality of the cards? They feel thicker? Sturdier?

I love the Goblin art and the pure convenience of them.
Anyway I picked up 2 packs at the LGS like I always do, one for the table and one is reserve in case any of he cards get damaged, misplaced or lost.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

ShinHakkaider wrote:
Did you guys change the quality of the cards? They feel thicker? Sturdier?

We changed printers a while back, and even though we gave the new printer the same spec as the old printer, their card stock at the same thickness *felt* thinner, so we bumped it up until we thought it felt the same as the old stock. But that was a couple of sets ago.

Liberty's Edge

Vic Wertz wrote:
ShinHakkaider wrote:
Did you guys change the quality of the cards? They feel thicker? Sturdier?
We changed printers a while back, and even though we gave the new printer the same spec as the old printer, their card stock at the same thickness *felt* thinner, so we bumped it up until we thought it felt the same as the old stock. But that was a couple of sets ago.

Ahhh!

Might have to bump up too two again of the subscriptions.

Probably should wait to see if I get a full time spot at UPS first.


Thanks for the info Vic, I just beat up those poor little tabs..

gbonehead wrote:

What do you use the box for?

I always just pull the cards and recycle the box; I keep my cards in a 3-ring binder in 9-pocket sheets.

I keep the cards in the box because I find pulling each card out of a 9 pocket sheet an extremely tedious task.


Pathfinder Adventure, Adventure Path, Lost Omens Subscriber
Stynkk wrote:

Thanks for the info Vic, I just beat up those poor little tabs..

gbonehead wrote:

What do you use the box for?

I always just pull the cards and recycle the box; I keep my cards in a 3-ring binder in 9-pocket sheets.

I keep the cards in the box because I find pulling each card out of a 9 pocket sheet an extremely tedious task.

9 pocket sheets sound like a good idea for some types of the cards (items, face cards.) A box is still the best for things you are going to shuffle though (plot twists, critical hit.)

Owner - House of Books and Games LLC

deinol wrote:
9 pocket sheets sound like a good idea for some types of the cards (items, face cards.) A box is still the best for things you are going to shuffle though (plot twists, critical hit.)

Good point. I don't use those kind of decks (I run a pretty straight up campaign, and the plot twist cards strain the suspension of disbelief too much for me - they have an almost 4e feel for me).


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Wolfthulhu wrote:
I do have one complaint (with the Cards line in general), the packaging. The dang cardboard tab that sticks up at the back of the box makes it hard to open a deck without tearing the box. I assume it's a cost savings over the old box wrapped in plastic, but the 'traditional' card box is so much more easy to not damage.

I found that gently lifting the top of the box with the flat of a letter opener's blade (or a knife if you don't have that, but a knife cuts, so be careful) will open the box without damage.

Of course, if people don't know already how careful you are with your items, they'll ask questions…


Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber
Vic Wertz wrote:
ShinHakkaider wrote:
Did you guys change the quality of the cards? They feel thicker? Sturdier?
We changed printers a while back, and even though we gave the new printer the same spec as the old printer, their card stock at the same thickness *felt* thinner, so we bumped it up until we thought it felt the same as the old stock. But that was a couple of sets ago.

Admittedly I hadnt picked up a card set since Enemies I think. I was a little less that impressed with the quality of those cards so they put me off them for a while. BUt I had to give the condition cards a shot and I'm glad they did. I went back and pulled a couple of the Enemies cards for my session this past Saturday and they were pretty thick but felt weirdly inconsistent from card to card.

Still, the Condition Cards are pretty nice, it was an all roleplay session last week so I didnt get to use them at all. Next session maybe...

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Charter Superscriber

Ah, I would've loved to see a "panicked" Goblin...too bad, that condition didn't made it into the deck...maybe a web-enhancement?! Pleeeaase... :)

Shadow Lodge

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber
Patrick Kropp wrote:
I hope the next card deck is a summon monster deck! :)

Would love to see this as well. Perhaps cards with summoned monster stats on one side and a cool pic of the monster and one of the eponimous goblins, either in trouble or in cahoots with the monster.

This is of course because the gobbos are so well done , but also because we use summoned monsters quite a lot. In fact the only reason we don't use summoned monsters is usually because of the hassle of finding their stats.


If I placed my order for these today(which I just did) whats the probability of me getting these in time for game on Friday if I selected the 2-5 day shipping method and live in Chicago. I'd be really nice to have them by then...lots of new players starting and it would be nice to have cards that explain the conditions I'm sure will be inflected on them.

Grand Lodge

deinol wrote:
Stynkk wrote:

Thanks for the info Vic, I just beat up those poor little tabs..

gbonehead wrote:

What do you use the box for?

I always just pull the cards and recycle the box; I keep my cards in a 3-ring binder in 9-pocket sheets.

I keep the cards in the box because I find pulling each card out of a 9 pocket sheet an extremely tedious task.
9 pocket sheets sound like a good idea for some types of the cards (items, face cards.) A box is still the best for things you are going to shuffle though (plot twists, critical hit.)

Yes, I would recommend a plastic/metal card box. I also casually play Magic and store my decks in these. Many gaming stores have deck boxes and they usually have really awesome art as well! They're small and will easily hold multiple of the GM decks.

Paizo Employee Customer Service & Community Manager

mathpro18 wrote:
If I placed my order for these today(which I just did) whats the probability of me getting these in time for game on Friday if I selected the 2-5 day shipping method and live in Chicago. I'd be really nice to have them by then...lots of new players starting and it would be nice to have cards that explain the conditions I'm sure will be inflected on them.

I probably wouldn't put money on it, but I also would not be overly surprised if it made it in time.

It will depend on a number of factors (such as catching up to the weekend orders in our warehouse) to how quickly the post office gets the package through their system.

Since the ships from our warehouse estimate is 2-6 business days and the postal estimate is 2-5 business days, the total estimate ends up being 4-11 business days and Friday is the 4th business day.

thanks
sara marie


Dryder wrote:
Ah, I would've loved to see a "panicked" Goblin...too bad, that condition didn't made it into the deck...maybe a web-enhancement?! Pleeeaase... :)

I second this. This is my only disappointment with this deck.


Does anyone at Paizo know why Amazon(.ca) is telling me that it they are unable to get the Condition Cards yet?

I've already received the ones I ordered from Paizo (they make a handy gift).

Thanks

Paizo Employee Customer Service & Community Manager

Cainus wrote:

Does anyone at Paizo know why Amazon(.ca) is telling me that it they are unable to get the Condition Cards yet?

I've already received the ones I ordered from Paizo (they make a handy gift).

Thanks

Most likely they have not yet received this product from their distributor yet. They should hopefully be showing up there soon.

thanks
sara marie


Sara Marie wrote:
mathpro18 wrote:
If I placed my order for these today(which I just did) whats the probability of me getting these in time for game on Friday if I selected the 2-5 day shipping method and live in Chicago. I'd be really nice to have them by then...lots of new players starting and it would be nice to have cards that explain the conditions I'm sure will be inflected on them.

I probably wouldn't put money on it, but I also would not be overly surprised if it made it in time.

It will depend on a number of factors (such as catching up to the weekend orders in our warehouse) to how quickly the post office gets the package through their system.

Since the ships from our warehouse estimate is 2-6 business days and the postal estimate is 2-5 business days, the total estimate ends up being 4-11 business days and Friday is the 4th business day.

thanks
sara marie

They actually arrived today much to my total amazement. Thanks again paizo for your speedy processing of my order. These will be great to have for tomorrows games.


forbinproject wrote:
Awesome! Add "Buff Cards" "buff Spells" in the same format FTW. Strong contender for multiple-pack purchase.

Seconded! My group currently has a ton of hand-scribbled tent cards for all the buffs and debuffs flying around in every combat (12th level game currently). I picked up the Condition Cards this past weekend and the players love 'em, but we still need something presentable for all those Bless/Prayer/Haste spells that always go up. This idea of stackable cards that put buffs and debuffs in the same format is very cool, and I heartily endorse it!

-The Gneech


I LOVE these. Goblins, nice colors, and layout such that you get the meat of the condition without having to dig around in the CR. I can hand these to my players and I know that they'll only need a few seconds to get the gist of things, rather than several minutes to figure it out. Disclaimer: we're all new at playing Pathfinder, so any leg up speedwise helps everyone.

In fact, I liked 'em so much I revised my own set of Condition Markers to match them. If you need a set of .pdf battlemap condition markers for those moments when you hand these cards to your players, feel free to have at 'em, available in this thread:

have some Pathfinder Condition Markers

If you want them, make sure to get the updated versions (Mk II).

Again, love the cards.


Got my set from Amazon yesterday, and I wanted to chime in about how pleased I am with them. I've not tried them yet with my group, but as we're still learning the system, its just one less thing we need to drag out the tome to look up.

One suggestion though, for a version 2.0, would be a way of figuring out what was on the other side of the card. I realize that for the most part they're stepped up/related conditions, but from a stand point of handing them out to the players, it would cut down on the time needed to find a given condition.

In my case, I've put small labels on the corner of each card with the name of the condition on the other side of the card. Sadly it makes the deck a little lopsided, but it's something I can live with if it means I don't have to keep flipping cards.

If you've ever seen the card-game version of Scrabble called Scrabble Slam, you'll get an idea of what I mean.


What I've done with the cards is sort them so that there are 2 of each card facing each way in the pile. Makes it easier to sort through them.


TheeGravedigger wrote:
What I've done with the cards is sort them so that there are 2 of each card facing each way in the pile. Makes it easier to sort through them.

I usually have a thin 3 ring binder for my notes, maps and anything else special I print out. Since I have gotten the cards I have added three of the 9 slot card page protectors. That gives me 27 slots which works great as there are 26 conditions. I put the conditions in the slots alphabetically paired up. The last slot I put in the remaining cards that came with it.


Just noticed a typo? on the Fatigued card that states you can only move half your speed while Fatigued.

I was under the impression that this only applied to the Exhausted Condition.

Sovereign Court

Love these, though I think you missed on of the most important conditions to track... Poisoned! That would've been a helpful card. Poisoned characters always forget to make their saves each round.

--Toxic Vrock Syndrome


No Panicked either :(


King of Vrock wrote:

Love these, though I think you missed on of the most important conditions to track... Poisoned! That would've been a helpful card. Poisoned characters always forget to make their saves each round.

--Toxic Vrock Syndrome

Hard to list the penalties on poisoned since it is different for each kind of poison.

Maybe they'll eventually bring out Condition Cards--Poisons and they'll just be a bunch of different poisons from the game. Seems like a very specialized deck though.

The Exchange

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Stynkk wrote:

Just noticed a typo? on the Fatigued card that states you can only move half your speed while Fatigued.

I was under the impression that this only applied to the Exhausted Condition.

Noticed that this weekend as well .. we looked it up.. the fatigued card does indeed have information from the exhausted condition

Dark Archive

Pathfinder Adventure, Companion, Pawns, Rulebook Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Starfinder Superscriber
Shem wrote:
Patrick Kropp wrote:
I hope the next card deck is a summon monster deck! :)
That would be awesome...

Yes, please a nice summon monster deck first. I also like the idea of Hero Point and spells decks

Liberty's Edge

Thea Peters wrote:
Stynkk wrote:

Just noticed a typo? on the Fatigued card that states you can only move half your speed while Fatigued.

I was under the impression that this only applied to the Exhausted Condition.

Noticed that this weekend as well .. we looked it up.. the fatigued card does indeed have information from the exhausted condition

Does Paizo plan to do a PDF or something so people can fix this with put it looking like crap with a hand written piece of paper?

Most board game companies would do something like this.

Contributor

If we reprint these, we will be sure to correct the Fatigued error.


Just came to order these and they're gone... That's what I get for waiting. Hopefully they'll reprint again at some point, this + buff cards makes for a killer combo.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Sorry about that... they're orderable again.


Thank you, will hop right on 'em!

Scarab Sages

Liz Courts wrote:
If we reprint these, we will be sure to correct the Fatigued error.

Thanks. You might consider reviewing the Confused card as well. It reads, "You treat all creatures as neither allies nor enemies." This is inconsistent with the PRD, which indicates that you treat all creatures as enemies.

You could also post something on the errata page. One of my Pathfinder groups almost experienced a TPK yesterday because of the error on the Fatigued card.

Paizo Employee Director of Game Design

Folks,

Thanks for catching these errors. The next time these are printed, I will make sure these get fixed.

Thanks again

Jason Bulmahn
Lead Designer
Paizo Publishing


When you're going to reprint this?

Webstore Gninja Minion

We're not planning a reprint any time soon of this, as we still have stock of it.

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