Pathfinder Beginner Box

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Take the first step into an amazing world of fantasy adventure! The Pathfinder Beginner Box contains everything you need to learn how to play the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, including rules to create your own fantasy hero and tools to make your own amazing stories.

Will you be a courageous fighter, charging headfirst into battle, or a sly rogue, moving quietly to strike at foes from the shadows? Maybe you will be a knowledgeable wizard, wielding incredible arcane spells or a wise and pious cleric, using the power of your deity to shape the world for the better. It is all up to you!

Inside you will find a rich toolbox, filled with everything you need to get started, including rules for character generation, an introductory adventure, guidelines to build your own campaign, character sheets, a full-color map, character pawns, and dice. This deluxe box set is the ideal introduction to the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, leading the way to a lifetime of adventure!

The Pathfinder Beginner Box includes:

  • An 80-page Hero's Handbook, including rules for character generation, a solo adventure, skills, spells, and equipment.
  • A 96-page Game Master's Handbook, containing an introductory adventure, over 20 pages of monsters, rules for building your own adventure, and magic items.
  • Four premade characters so you can jump right into the action and four blank character sheets if you want to make your own hero.
  • Over 100 character and monster pawns to use on the full-color double-sided adventure map.
  • Four game reference cards to help players remember their actions.
  • A complete set of polyhedral dice, including a d20, d12, d10, d8, d6, and d4. (Available to purchase separately here!)

ISBN: 978-1-64078-284-6



Note: Due to the special nature of this product, the Pathfinder Beginner Box is not included in any of our subscriptions.

The adventure in the Pathfinder Beginner Box, "Menace Under Otari," is sanctioned for use in Pathfinder Society Organized Play. The rules for running this Adventure and Chronicle sheet are available as a free download (761 kb PDF).

Other Resources: This product is also available on the following platforms:

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Fantasy Grounds Virtual Tabletop
Foundry Virtual Tabletop
Roll20 Virtual Tabletop
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Really fun dungeon crawl

5/5


Actually tops the 1E beginner box

5/5

Context: I own the 2E Beginner Box in both PDF and print (where it truly shines).

The good: This box really offers unparalleled value for money in terms of the physical components. Everything you need to play is here. I especially liked the fact that six player reference cards were included, making them useful for games that include more than the four included pregens. Also noteworthy is the selection of pawns, which makes an ideal supplement to the Bestiary Box with respect to additional low-level baddies. The included adventure also seems well-crafted. Finally, I love that -- unlike the 1E beginner box -- the rules are fully compatible with the "full-fat" game. These factors combine to make the package compelling, even for established players.

The bad: Providing a flip-mat with one blank side would have better supported homebrew adventures, possibly extending the utility of the box. Speaking of the included flip-mat, the squares are -- like the Star-Finder basic flip map -- a bit too large. Not a huge deal, as this map probably won't be mixed and matched with other maps/tiles, but seeing this continue to happen years down the road is unfortunate.

The ugly: The D4 is numbered wrong? :P

(*****)


Menace Under Otari - Solid!

5/5

This review is just for the adventure portion included in the box. Menace Under Otari, as a classic dungeon crawl, is XP-thick, and I like this, as a feature of this product; you get to level in the adventure, and fight the final fight as 2nd level. That's a win in my book for the players. Diplomacy-based PCs may feel less useful in this adventure, but luckily all PF2E classes have pretty good balance and are able to contribute. If playing with 4 players, I'd recommend rewarding each hero a hero point per hour of play, or at the very least every two hours. With so many die rolls, those will come in handy.

Without giving too much away, the adventure has a good mix of different difficulty-level combats, some terrain challenges, and a puzzle. All of this is great for teaching the game.

If you plan to orient players to Otari and its locations and NPCs (say as a non-Pathfinder Society adventure, or to start the beginning of a campaign), I would definitely allow 5 hours for each session, so 10 hours for both parts. I GM'ed it in one go, and in retrospect, would've broken it into two sessions. If running it in one go 10 hours would allow you to take some breaks throughout, if just to break up the slog through the dungeon.

If running this online, I'd insist player come early for characters and training, unless they are good at figuring out VTTs, and experienced PF2E players. One other thing. Ask players to have their 2nd level choices decided before game time, as the game assumes that you will level before the end fight.

Overall, I'd love to play this particular adventure, because I like dungeon crawls, the tactical challenge they present, and this is, imho, a great beginner adventure. That said, the sanctioning document is very liberal with interpretation on how to run it, think "campaign mode", so I allowed any class/ancestry combos, but not rare backgrounds. Also, I had 5 players, only scaled up a few fights. 4 players may take a bit shorter than 10 hours.

Enjoy this fine product!


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Can we make the pregen sheets for this available as a separate download for players please without them having to own the box. Alternatively, is it acceptable for a GM to provide players with a copy of the pregen PDF?

If I want to introduce new players to the game it doesnt make much sense for them to have to buy the product (with all the attendant GM stuff, including the adventure) to be able to play. Given that the vast majority of games currently are being run online I need to be able to provide the players with their pregen, which means them either downloading the pdf or me sending it to them.


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Aren't there level 1 pregen sheets for the iconics somewhere around here already? Probably not with the same helpful information these have, but the same stats, I would hope.


Ed Reppert wrote:
Aren't there level 1 pregen sheets for the iconics somewhere around here already? Probably not with the same helpful information these have, but the same stats, I would hope.

I could not find them on the product page where I would expect them to be.


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PF2 Iconics

Not the same stats though. Using Lvl 1 Cleric as an example
Iconics use Ability Scores and Ability Mods.
There aren't any Ability Scores in the BB rules, and there isn't a place for them on the character sheet.

Human heritage is different (Versatile on Iconic, Warden on BB). Warden isn't a human heritage available in the CRB

BB Cleric has a shield, Iconic cleric does not.
BB Cleric has 21 HP, Iconic cleric has 16.
BB Cleric has trained light and medium armor proficiency, Iconic has only light armor proficiency.
BB Cleric has 1st lvl spells Burning Hands, Magic Weapon, Heal. Iconic has Bless, Heal, and Sanctuary.
BB Cleric has cantrips Detect Magic, Disrupt Undead, Light, Message, Stabilize; Iconic Cleric has Daze, Disrupt Undead, Guidance, Light Stabilize.

Iconic Cleric has a lot of things that the BB Cleric doesn't have, such as different ancestry ability, different skill feats. Student of the Canon, etc.

The Iconics sheet is much more complicated than the BB character sheet, includes many things from the CRB that aren't included in the Hero's Handbook; and the characters are built differently, sometimes using choices from the Hero's Handbook that aren't available in the cRB.

All in all, you can't hand a player the 1st level Cleric pregen and have them be able to play using the BB rules.


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Hm. The lack of ability scores in the BB, but the placement of them on the non-BB iconics' character sheets, strikes me as a non-problem, since the scores on the non-BB sheets can just be ignored.

Warden isn't available in the CRB. Okay. Where is it available, other than the BB? is this an error in the BB? (I thought the BB was supposed to be a "cut-down" version of the CRB, just leaving out references to things not available to low-level characters.)

Shield/no shield. Okay, that might confuse a beginner.

Why the HP difference? How did that happen?

Armor proficiency. Is this a result of some erratum for the CRB that hasn't been applied to the iconic's sheet yet?

Spells difference strikes me as a "right hand/left hand" problem.

....

<sigh> Okay, I give up. You're right, it won't work. Seems like something that either should have been thought of way back when the iconics were first generated, or re-thought with the development of the BB and changed for the older iconics.


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Ed Reppert wrote:

Where is it available, other than the BB? is this an error in the BB? (I thought the BB was supposed to be a "cut-down" version of the CRB, just leaving out references to things not available to low-level characters.)

Why the HP difference? How did that happen?

The HP difference partly comes from the +4 you get if you choose the "Warden" human heritage. I haven't dug deep enough to figure out the other +1

As far as I know the "Warden" heritage is only available in the BB. I looked in LO Character Guide and it's not there. If it's printed anywhere else than the BB, it's quite obscure.

Quote:
(I thought the BB was supposed to be a "cut-down" version of the CRB, just leaving out references to things not available to low-level characters.)

In addition to things being left out (ie, all ancestries except human, elf, and dwarf; all classes except Cleric, Fighter, Rogue, Wizard), some things got combined.

For example, there are no Ancestry Feats in the BB, but when you choose among the three human Heritages, you get bonuses that are essentially one of the Ancestry Feat bonuses applied to that Heritage. They basically said, "If you choose this Heritage, you automatically choose this Ancestry Feat" and made it a single option.

That's also how Ancestry/Heritage works for elves and dwarves as well: a Heritage has the Ancestry Feat pre-selected.


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Warden (as a human heritage) isn't on Archives of Nethys either.

Seems to me that if the idea behind this BB was that one could start with the box, and then smoothly transition to the main ruleset without any problems, adding stuff to the BB that isn't available anywhere else was a mistake.

Grand Archive

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Warden is versatile heritage with a selection of feats included. The human “heritages” in the BB are basically:
* Battle-trained: Versatile heritage (weapon training that gives you martial, no matter your original training) + General training (Diehard)
* Skilled: Skilled heritage + Natural Skill
* Warden: Versatile heritage, with a choice between “Toughness, but gives you the benefit it should give at lvl 4”, “Canny Acumen to fortitude”, or “Armor training that gives you medium no matter your original training”

The other ancestries are a bit easier to find out which heritage/feats they have.
As human doesn’t have lot of “non half human” heritages, they just gave fancy names to different choices for versatile.

Weirdly, human is the only one that doesn’t name the feat the heritage gives. (Except Diehard, that one is named...)
Looking at the human page, I think there was some things that got lost in copy fitting.


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Open Gaming License Alert

The digital assets for the Beginner Box do not contain the OGL.
I searched all the extracted files for
'license' = no result
'1.0A' = no result
'ogl' = 1 result (trOGLodyte)

In the physical product, the license is printed on the wrapper for the bottom half of the box. It's not visible when the box is closed, since it's on one of the sides, not on the bottom.

But it seems to be missing entirely from the digital version.


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Aaron Shanks wrote:
Aaron Shanks wrote:
Jam412 wrote:
Druuw wrote:

Quick Question for the nice people at Paizo.

I purchased the Beginner Box at Roll20. Looking great. With other Pathfinder purchases I have made on Roll20 I was given a PDF version of the product - which appeared in my downloads. Nothing has shown up for the Beginner Box.Any Advice?

Same here. I emailed customer support for roll20 last week, but haven't heard back. If I get an answer from them before something pops up here, I'll let you know.

Inquiry received. Answer unknown at this time. Will research and reply. (This is my robot golem voice. haha)
Yes, if you buy the Pathfinder Beginner Box from Roll20 you should find the PDF in your Digital Downloads here. We are following up on this internally to ensure you do.

Has anyone that purchased this on roll20 gotten their PDF yet?

Paizo Employee Marketing & Media Manager

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For now, customers looking for free PreGens will find them in our Community Use Package. Those looking for free blank character sheets will find them at the Pathfinder Beginner Box landing page.


How long is the introductory adventure? One session or more?

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Candlejake wrote:
How long is the introductory adventure? One session or more?

19 encounters.

Paizo Employee Developer

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Candlejake wrote:
How long is the introductory adventure? One session or more?

I ran the Beginner Box adventure for a group who was done in about two shorter sessions that lasted about 3 hours each.


Aaron Shanks wrote:
For now, customers looking for free PreGens will find them in our Community Use Package. Those looking for free blank character sheets will find them at the Pathfinder Beginner Box landing page.

The Community Use Pregen Pakcage DOES NOT contain the Beginner Box pregens. This creates issues as there are significant mechanical differences between the Begiiner Box pregens and the regular ones. The additional difficulty is created because for PFS sanctioned play we must use either the Beginner Box pregens or players must crate their own Beginner Box character.

As we are not allowed to share PDFs can we please add the Beginner Box pregens to the community use package.


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Aaron Shanks wrote:
For now, customers looking for free PreGens will find them in our Community Use Package. Those looking for free blank character sheets will find them at the Pathfinder Beginner Box landing page.

I don't know where best to reach the devs on this, but the Beginner Box has an important error for people new to the system. It asks for "DEX" to calculate your Melee Weapon bonus, instead of "STR."

This same error is in the pregens as well.

(At least this is true for the PDFs I downloaded.)

EDIT: I see that the download files are now updated and corrected! You can ignore!

Paizo Employee Marketing & Media Manager

andreww wrote:
Aaron Shanks wrote:
For now, customers looking for free PreGens will find them in our Community Use Package. Those looking for free blank character sheets will find them at the Pathfinder Beginner Box landing page.

The Community Use Pregen Pakcage DOES NOT contain the Beginner Box pregens. This creates issues as there are significant mechanical differences between the Begiiner Box pregens and the regular ones. The additional difficulty is created because for PFS sanctioned play we must use either the Beginner Box pregens or players must crate their own Beginner Box character.

As we are not allowed to share PDFs can we please add the Beginner Box pregens to the community use package.

Message received. Will route internally.


Don't know if this has been mentioned. But on the flip map there's a missing Door right before the Kobold Warren. At least on the PDF.

The image on the GMG has the door, and the description of the area says "as the door opens", but the map itself doesn't have it.

Grand Lodge

Okay, so as I understand it, if you buy the PDF from Paizo, you get a discount on the material from Roll20. How is that communicated? I have heard quite a few people not getting the discount. Is this a manual thing requiring emails to Paizo and/or Roll20?


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Unikatze wrote:
At least on the PDF.

It's the same on the print product.

Dark Archive

TwilightKnight wrote:
Okay, so as I understand it, if you buy the PDF from Paizo, you get a discount on the material from Roll20. How is that communicated? I have heard quite a few people not getting the discount. Is this a manual thing requiring emails to Paizo and/or Roll20?

From your roll20 account you can link your paix I account. Then when you go to a product on roll20 marketplace, you will see the discounted price. I don’t see it on search pages, but I do before purchase.

Paizo Employee Webstore Coordinator

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Hey folks, sorry for the oversight but the Beginner Box pregenerated characters are now available in our Community Use Package! You can find and add them to your downloads here.

Paizo Employee Marketing & Media Manager

Katina Davis wrote:
Hey folks, sorry for the oversight but the Beginner Box pregenerated characters are now available in our Community Use Package! You can find and add them to your downloads here.

Thanks Katina!

Grand Archive

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Just finished running this for some friends, using full rules and all options available.
Let just say that the ancestry choice of one player brought great shenanigans, and it was a blast.
(Ran it purely from the PDF. My players were all PF1 veterans, and had either read a bit about PF2 before, or played in my Playtest game, so no real need for the “slimmed down” version.)
(Also, the orc fighter realized she could punch things without the need of feats like in PF1, and proceeded to almost exclusively fight bare fisted.)

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Elfteiroh wrote:
(Also, the orc fighter realized she could punch things without the need of feats like in PF1, and proceeded to almost exclusively fight bare fisted.)

It’s so liberating. It’s one of my favorite “little changes” for 2E.


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Is there a reason the dice set in the BB are not numerically balanced?

Dice are traditionally numbered such that the largest number is located opposite the smallest, next largest opposite next smallest, etc.

Only the d6 is like this in the BB - to the point where I'm buying my wife a second set of dice from elsewhere, in those colors, which are properly made.


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Is the damage on Merisiels melee weapons an error? I think she is adding her dex to damage, but the finesse trait isn't supposed to do that right?

Edit: Never mind! It's from the "Thief" trait.


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Is there an error on in the wizard section from the rules in the Heros Handbook?

The rules are supposed to be basically the same as in the CRB but there is a difference. If you choose a school in the CRB you get 6 1. level spells in your spellbook and 3 spellslots PLUS the focus spell of your school:

CRB 204
"plus one extra cantrip and spell of your chosen school of each level you can cast if you are a specialist wizard."

"The spellbook contains your choice of 10 arcane cantrips and five 1st-level arcane spells. You"

CRB 207
"Abjuration
As an abjurer, you master the art of protection, strengthening
defenses, preventing attacks, and even turning magic
against itself. You understand that an ounce of prevention
is worth a pound of cure. You add one 1st-level abjuration
spell (such as feather fall) to your spellbook. You learn the
protective ward school spell (page 407)."

Which would mean 6 1. level spells in your book PLUS "protective ward" and the ability to memorize 3 per day.

Beginners Box Heros Handbook 35

"SPELLCASTING
Through dedicated study and practice, you’ve learned to
harness arcane power to cast spells. Each morning, you study
your spellbook to decide what spells you want to cast that
day. This is called preparing your spells. Every day, you can
prepare two 1st-level spells and five cantrips from the list on
pages 36–37. When you prepare a spell, check the “Prep” box
next to that spell on your character sheet."

"Abjuration
With abjuration, you master the art of protection,
strengthening defenses and preventing attacks. You learn
the protective ward school spell and the following 1st-level
spells: burning hands, feather fall, mage armor, shocking
grasp, and sleep. Write these in the spellbook section of your
character sheet"

Which means 5 spells for the book and 2 to memorize PLUS "protective ward"

Or am I getting something wrong?


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Starocotes wrote:

Is there an error on in the wizard section from the rules in the Heros Handbook?

The rules are supposed to be basically the same as in the CRB but there is a difference. If you choose a school in the CRB you get 6 1. level spells in your spellbook and 3 spellslots PLUS the focus spell of your school:
(snip)

Which means 5 spells for the book and 2 to memorize PLUS "protective ward"

Or am I getting something wrong?

The Beginner Box is not *exactly* the same as the Core Rulebook. There are some rules that aren't included at all, and others that have been simplified. Sometimes that means that options available in the CRB are not available to a character using the BB rules.

So, you're not getting anything wrong. The BB gives the Wizard with the Abjuration school 5 spells in their spell book plus a school spell. For comparison, the Evocation school and the Transmutation school also have 5 spells in their spell book plus a school spell in the Beginner Box.

In the CRB, Wizards also have a choice of Conjuration, Divination, Enchantment, Illusion, and Necromancy schools, none of which are available if you're using the BB Hero's Handbook to create your character.

If you are the GM, you're free to allow your players to use the CRB if you want to. If you're a player, ask your GM if that's OK.

Remember that the adventures written for BB characters are designed to work with characters created with BB rules. If you use a CRB character in one of those adventures, some of the encounters may need to be adjusted to challenge them.


CrystalSeas wrote:


The Beginner Box is not *exactly* the same as the Core Rulebook. There are some rules that aren't included at all, and others that have been simplified. Sometimes that means that options available in the CRB are not available to a character using the BB rules.

I understand that, but the BB are supposed to give you fewer options but in the end the characters should be the same. So you should be able to rebuild a character that was build with the BB in the same way with the CRB.

Take dwarfs for example. In the BB you don't get a free ability boost but you also don't get an charisma flaw. The dwarf you build with the BB is the same you would build with the CBR in that regard.

With the wizard that is not the case.

Grand Lodge

tpmp94 wrote:
Is there a reason the dice set in the BB are not numerically balanced?

As long as your players are not intentionally trying to cheat, it doesn’t matter. Countdown dice roll the same as traditional tabletop dice. The method for manufacturing the dice has much more to do with its “balance” than the organization of the numbers. The polishing method is extremely inconsistent and dice naturally become weighted towards certain results. Roll dice in a tray or some other environment where they can both tumble and ricochet off a barrier and the results will be as random as the dice are possible of generating.


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Starocotes wrote:
the BB are supposed to give you fewer options but in the end the characters should be the same.

That's simply not true, as you have discovered.

For example, there is a 38-page conversion document if you want to create a legal Pathfinder Society character starting from your BB character.

It includes statements such as If you took the Skilled heritage, then become trained in one additional skill of your choice.

There aren't many places, but there are a few where the BB characters are a bit limited and converting to a CRB character makes you more powerful


CrystalSeas wrote:

For example, there is a 38-page conversion document if you want to create a legal Pathfinder Society character starting from your BB character.

That document would help a great deal in figuring things out. Do you have a link?


Okay, a friend pointed me to this document:
https://www.organizedplayfoundation.org/pf2bb/

interestingly enought, the missing spell isn't mentioned there either.


On page 24 of the Heroes Handbook "Battle Medicine" is a reaction. Is that an error?


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Starocotes wrote:
On page 24 of the Heroes Handbook "Battle Medicine" is a reaction. Is that an error?

Paizo hasn't issued an official errata nor have they said it's correct, but I've been running it using the CRB "one-action" rule.

Remember: if you use the printed CRB, Battle Medicine has been heavily errata'ed since the first printing. Check Archives of Nethys for the most current version of the feat.


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Starocotes wrote:
On page 24 of the Heroes Handbook "Battle Medicine" is a reaction. Is that an error?

It's obviously an error, if it were a reaction, you could never actually use is, since it does not specify a trigger.


Does the Beginner Box 2E have the PZO2106E serial number?


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Yes. Scroll up and the product code is listed as the last thing before the See Also section.


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Zaister wrote:
Starocotes wrote:
On page 24 of the Heroes Handbook "Battle Medicine" is a reaction. Is that an error?
It's obviously an error, if it were a reaction, you could never actually use is, since it does not specify a trigger.

I believe this error has already been corrected so that Battle Medicine is not a reaction, though I forget what the correction was. OTOH, it might have been that the error was in not specifying a trigger for the reaction, in which case the correction would be to specify the trigger. <shrug>


Is there an errata document for the Beginner Box?

Also, is a second printing anywhere on the horizon?

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TheBigBlueFrog wrote:

Is there an errata document for the Beginner Box?

Also, is a second printing anywhere on the horizon?

Errata will be published on this site when a second printing is complete. I have no timeline to share. But I can tell you that I’m trying to promote sales as fast as I can. ;)


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The paradox here, unfortunately, is that the prospect of a new, corrected printing on the horizon actually impedes the sale of the current printing, and thus delays the publication of the new printing.


Aaron Shanks wrote:
Errata will be published on this site when a second printing is complete. I have no timeline to share. But I can tell you that I’m trying to promote sales as fast as I can. ;)

Thanks!


Zaister wrote:
The paradox here, unfortunately, is that the prospect of a new, corrected printing on the horizon actually impedes the sale of the current printing, and thus delays the publication of the new printing.

I know. I wouldn’t mind buying a first printing, though, if I had a list of errata. That’s what xtra-fine sharpies are for. :)


Has Paizo made the reference cards from this box available elsewhere as an individual purchase? These are insanely popular even with my non-Beginner's Box players. I can't be the only one that sees the value in making 50-count Reference Card packs for individual purchase, right?

Such a product would easily let me provide them as a gift to every player at my table, veteran or newbie alike. I love Pathfinder 2e, and it has been my system of choice for awhile now. But it does have a reputation for being a bit overwhelming. Anything as effective as these reference cards that can help chip away at that perception, whether it's deserved or simply an illusion, should definitely be made available for the masses.

I remember this being requested in the past, but it's been awhile and I don't know if the idea was ever embraced. If they're sold separately, and I'm just missing the link, could someone please post it. And if they haven't been made available, then please mark my vote down as a +1 for it to happen. Thank you.

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Pigraven wrote:

Has Paizo made the reference cards from this box available elsewhere as an individual purchase? These are insanely popular even with my non-Beginner's Box players. I can't be the only one that sees the value in making 50-count Reference Card packs for individual purchase, right?

Such a product would easily let me provide them as a gift to every player at my table, veteran or newbie alike. I love Pathfinder 2e, and it has been my system of choice for awhile now. But it does have a reputation for being a bit overwhelming. Anything as effective as these reference cards that can help chip away at that perception, whether it's deserved or simply an illusion, should definitely be made available for the masses.

I remember this being requested in the past, but it's been awhile and I don't know if the idea was ever embraced. If they're sold separately, and I'm just missing the link, could someone please post it. And if they haven't been made available, then please mark my vote down as a +1 for it to happen. Thank you.

We have not. Thanks for the input. We are always looking for a way to reduce barriers to entry.

Grand Lodge

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Is there someplace I can buy more sets of the beginners box dice?


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Is there someplace I can buy more sets of the beginners box dice?

Here!


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Can anyone tell me exactly how many bases are included in the beginner's box? I'm gonna be bringing the box to a family vacation but would rather wait to unwrap it for packing purposes. I'm gonna have 7 players (I know, I know, too many)and will have scaled up encounters to match and want to make sure I pack extra bases if I need them. I didn't spot a specific number listed and I couldn't quite make out a count from the official unboxing vid, but it looked like too few.

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