Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: We Be Heroes?

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The goblins of the Crookedtoes tribe suddenly find their bellies empty and growling for food. Worse, the tribe's best scout has gone missing, and the chief has tasked the brightest members of the Crookedtoes to go out into the woods and find out what happened. While searching for the missing scout, the goblins stumble across a wrecked farmhouse on a hill and discover a group of knights besieged by an undead army. Now, the new heroes must test their mettle—will they fall to the mighty zompigs or emerge as victorious heroes?

We Be Heroes? is a Pathfinder Adventure Card Game adventure designed for starting characters. It requires the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Core Set to play. If you have only the Core Set, you can play this adventure with 1-4 characters. To play with 5 or 6 characters, you will need to either add characters and appropriate boons from an Adventure Path box, or add 1 Class or Character Deck for each additional player.

Pathfinder Adventure Card Society: This storybook is sanctioned for play in Pathfinder Adventure Card Society.
Download the sanctioning document (218 KB zip/PDF)

Release: This special 8-page Adventure Card Game storybook was created for Free RPG Day on June 15, 2019. The print edition will be available for sale and a free download will be available on paizo.com beginning July 1, 2019.

Note: Due to the special nature of this product, it is NOT part of any subscription.

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This might be fun to run, looking forward to trying the new rule set as well!!

Tom


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Do I get this right that this product is just the story book and no physical cards of the characters exist?

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Zaister wrote:
Do I get this right that this product is just the story book and no physical cards of the characters exist?

That's correct, the character cards are within the story book. From what I understand, they are printed in such a way that you can actually cut them out.

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cartmanbeck wrote:
Zaister wrote:
Do I get this right that this product is just the story book and no physical cards of the characters exist?
That's correct, the character cards are within the story book. From what I understand, they are printed in such a way that you can actually cut them out.

You will need at least two books (more if you want an unmarred copy) to cut out all of the cards: the three story banes and the cohort are printed back to back, but not lined up. The banes shouldn't be a problem as they are never in play together, but the cohort will need to be displayed by the druid deck during play.

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Paul Crotteau wrote:
cartmanbeck wrote:
Zaister wrote:
Do I get this right that this product is just the story book and no physical cards of the characters exist?
That's correct, the character cards are within the story book. From what I understand, they are printed in such a way that you can actually cut them out.
You will need at least two books (more if you want an unmarred copy) to cut out all of the cards: the three story banes and the cohort are printed back to back, but not lined up. The banes shouldn't be a problem as they are never in play together, but the cohort will need to be displayed by the druid deck during play.

:( I'll be doing a photocopy, then. That's not ideal.

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Don't forget that the product will be available as a free PDF on July 1.

You don't really need to have card-sized objects for the story banes or the cohort. (If you're playing the character who has the cohort, you'll display it as soon as the game starts, and it never leaves play, so it never really has to be anywhere else. (Yes, legally speaking, you would add it to your hand after you draw your starting hand, and the first opportunity you have to display it is just after the first character advances the hour, so it's technically supposed to be in your hand for like 2 seconds, but I wouldn't worry about that.)


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cartmanbeck wrote:
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You will need at least two books (more if you want an unmarred copy) to cut out all of the cards: the three story banes and the cohort are printed back to back, but not lined up. The banes shouldn't be a problem as they are never in play together, but the cohort will need to be displayed by the druid deck during play.
:( I'll be doing a photocopy, then. That's not ideal.

The book itself is printed on a very thin paper stock (I thought it would be printed on the same stock that the RPG free RPG day books would be on and I expected them to be thicker) and even if you cut them out you'd probably have to paste them on a thicker board for it to work. Sad, but I'll probably just photocopy and sleeve them.

Vic Wertz wrote:
You don't really need to have card-sized objects for the story banes or the cohort.

I know you don't need to have the card-sized objects, it's just that the card-sized objects make it less awkward since you don't have to pass the book around.

I wonder if DTRPG or someone could actually release a POD package we can buy. I'd probably get a bunch and distribute them.

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zeroth_hour wrote:
cartmanbeck wrote:
Quote:
You will need at least two books (more if you want an unmarred copy) to cut out all of the cards: the three story banes and the cohort are printed back to back, but not lined up. The banes shouldn't be a problem as they are never in play together, but the cohort will need to be displayed by the druid deck during play.
:( I'll be doing a photocopy, then. That's not ideal.

The book itself is printed on a very thin paper stock (I thought it would be printed on the same stock that the RPG free RPG day books would be on and I expected them to be thicker) and even if you cut them out you'd probably have to paste them on a thicker board for it to work. Sad, but I'll probably just photocopy and sleeve them.

Vic Wertz wrote:
You don't really need to have card-sized objects for the story banes or the cohort.

I know you don't need to have the card-sized objects, it's just that the card-sized objects make it less awkward since you don't have to pass the book around.

I wonder if DTRPG or someone could actually release a POD package we can buy. I'd probably get a bunch and distribute them.

Same here, I would order a bunch of these and hand them out at conventions and such.

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