|Rick Kunz Webstore Coordinator|
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Suh-WEEET! Definitely something to look forward to...but not interested in fastforwarding to it. It will be here before we know it. Looks like fun. Especially since it will give the Shifter some love!
I really enjoyed Ultimate Wilderness. Will be nice to see support for it.
Please tell me this book will involve changes to the Shifter that will make it playable and on par with the other classes?
The FAQ for Ultimate Wilderness, on this very website, has those changes.
Barachiel Shina wrote:Please tell me this book will involve changes to the Shifter that will make it playable and on par with the other classes?The FAQ for Ultimate Wilderness, on this very website, has those changes.
yeah when will they update the PDF with those? when they do the pocketbook version?
Lindley Court wrote:yeah when will they update the PDF with those? when they do the pocketbook version?Barachiel Shina wrote:Please tell me this book will involve changes to the Shifter that will make it playable and on par with the other classes?The FAQ for Ultimate Wilderness, on this very website, has those changes.
Most likely NEVER, as Ultimate Wilderness is the penultimate hardcover for Pathfinder (1st edition) and come august 2019 there will not be any new material published for it.Also the pocket editions are always identical to the current printing and UW won't get a 2nd printing.
"new rules and options for the new player races"
I'll admit that I'm very curious about these new player races. Part of thinks this is an exaggeration and it's just more alternate traits to make them look new, but I'd love to be proven wrong. You can never have too many race options.
And just to be part of this little quarrel, 5e has dominated our book stores and has for about a year now. We went from one table of Adventurer's League and six tables of PFS, to one table of PFS and five tables of 5e home games. I'd say a third of the store's shelves are just 5e books and Pathfinder has one individual book case with dust collecting on it. And we're just a small town. *shrugs* People like what they like. I did my part to recruit, but things just worked out like they did.
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|Adam Daigle Managing Developer|
The full text of that phrase is "for the new player races and shifter base class from Pathfinder RPG Ultimate Wilderness", so the races in question would be gathlains, ghorans, and vine leshies.
Fair enough. I have an honest to goodness reading interpretation disability so I didn't read that as one thing, but two separate. Good to know. Little bit disappointed because I love seeing new races, but that's fine.
I am more interested in Ranger and Druid options which I can probably safely assume this will include. I am waiting with baited breath for the UW paperback edition to come out as I love the hardcover and often refer to it or the pdf for campaign ideas. I am another that is of the opinion that UW was the best hard cover Paizo produced for PF1. I am going to keep an eye on when this releases as well as the soft cover of Ultimate Intrigue as I enjoyed that book quite bit as well.