Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Rogue Class Deck

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Tumble and stab to your heart’s content with the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Rogue Deck. Explore four different rogue archetypes in this 109-card set, from stealthy Merisiel to poisonous Wu Shen. The Rogue Deck is packed with new poisons, weapons, and other goodies to take your character all the way through any Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Base Set or Pathfinder Society Adventure Card Guild organized play campaign. Sneak on!

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-699-7

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Last Updated on 10/30/2014

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Now available for preorder.

It is not part of the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game subscription, but PACG subscribers who order it will receive their subscriber discount on it.

(At least, they will once we fix it on Monday...)

Dark Archive

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From the NPC Codex, Wu Shen is a murderous human female, and very evil. She's very much a style killer liking to kill with superfluous limitations,

Full rules can be found here in the CR18 (level 19) entry


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Olenjack is in there too, so we know 3/4 of the rogues.


So we have Merisiel, Olenjack (Dwarf...ugh), Wu Shen. Man I hope the last one is a male rogue of some type. I'm really getting tired of all the cool rogues being female. Options Paizo, options. I've been playing Merisiel and I love her. But can we get a male human, elf, or halfling assassin type of rogue?


Well the 4th one looks human by the picture. Could be Tadros the Hidden, Neberton the Wise, Lesath the Desert Sting, Hal Five-Coins, or Avem the Blade. I'm hoping it isn't Neberton or Hal...lol. Neberton sounds like that NPC from BG1 and 2. A rogue named Hal...yea not very rogue sounding.

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Certainly looks like Lesath the Desert Sting to me (Dancing Dervish from p. 149 of the NPC Codex, a male human).


Your right and the worst looking of them all. Vink, Tadros, Mollarn etc...would've all been much much better. I'm extremely particular on character looks and Lesath looks terrible. I can't believe Paizo picked this character. Again the coolest looking is still the ladies. I guess I'm stuck playing one of them.


How will these decks work into the game?


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Their primary purposes is to be used in Organized Play.

In Organized Play, you'll construct a deck using one of the characters in the Rogue Class Deck (or whatever deck you want) and the cards with the Basic trait in the Rogue Class Deck. You'll bring that character and character deck to an Organized Play session where someone will have the Skull & Shackles base set box.

You and others will play an Organized Play scenario (different from the Skull and Shackles scenario). You'll acquire cards while play that are from the Skull and Shackles box. After the scenario ends, you'll swap the cards from Skull and Shackles box with cards in you Rogue Class Deck box. So if you acquired a Adventure Deck 1 weapon while playing, you'll pick and Adventure Deck 1 weapon from the Rogue Class Deck. Then you'll decide which cards to keep for your character deck. That will be your deck for the next scenario in Organized Play.

That way, your character's cards between scenarios will only be cards from the Class Deck and not from the Base Set.

As a secondary purpose, you can use characters from the Class Deck at home to play in any adventure path. And you can use boons from the Class Deck for your own purposes or adventures too.


So if I mostly play solo play through the adventures are these worth getting? I mean, I enjoy the game and would love to join an organized group, but I just don't have the time to. One of the reasons I got started playing this one was for the ability to play solo.

Is there any advantage to these decks if that's the vast majority of my game play?


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More character choices. And you can do the organized play solo at home as well.


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Hawkmoon269 wrote:
More character choices. And you can do the organized play solo at home as well.

Really? How does that work?

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Ed Reppert wrote:
Hawkmoon269 wrote:
More character choices. And you can do the organized play solo at home as well.
Really? How does that work?

At the end of the month, the scenarios will be put up for sale here. You can then play them at home, and report the session online.

Alternatively, if your retailer is really quiet, you could just run the solo there

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stopkjj wrote:

So if I mostly play solo play through the adventures are these worth getting? I mean, I enjoy the game and would love to join an organized group, but I just don't have the time to. One of the reasons I got started playing this one was for the ability to play solo.

Is there any advantage to these decks if that's the vast majority of my game play?

More character choices *and* a bunch of new boons.


are these available yet? My local game store says he couldnt get them yet, but i see them for order (syas delivery 2-14 days). I wanted to start the organized play early october.. I wanted to support the store, but not if it means not having the cards to get started.

and - where can i download the OP adventures - is that also a subscription or do i have to ge them from the paizo volunteer in my area?

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Tundrin wrote:
are these available yet? My local game store says he couldnt get them yet, but i see them for order (syas delivery 2-14 days). I wanted to start the organized play early october.. I wanted to support the store, but not if it means not having the cards to get started.

They are in the process of being shipped out to distributors (and from there to local stores).

Tundrin wrote:
and - where can i download the OP adventures - is that also a subscription or do i have to get them from the paizo volunteer in my area?

We'll have them for download at some point on the website, but we're still nailing down a few ducks regarding them!

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The release date for the Class Decks is September 24, which is the same day that the OP launches. The OP scenarios will initially be exclusive to participating stores and PFS Venture Officers, we'll release them for general purchase soon after.


Great - thanks - Looks like i have a group of 5 to get started on Oct 2nd at a store in NJ. I am in contact with my PFS VO .

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