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New third-party Pathfinder Roleplaying Game releases!

Ravens, gems, golems and more await in this month's roundup of Pathfinder Roleplaying Game products!

October is a great month to spin grim tales at the tabletop, and Pathfinder Roleplaying Game third-party publishers wasted no time releasing material to make your game a bit spookier! First up is Kobold Press's Advanced Races #5: Ravenfolk, cousins to the tengu, but hardly revered in Midgard's Western nations. New racial traits, feats, archetypes, and other options are ready for you to pick up, whether you want to play a noble-minded blade-master or an embodiment of trickery that ravens are reknowned for. (And if you love Kobold Press's artwork, don't miss their 2014 Calendar!)

If you like your gaming with less simulation and more narration, take a gander at SAGA from Adamant Entertainment, or go burgle something (like a gem from Book of Magic: Gemhancements from Jon Brazer Enterprises) with Tricky Owlbear Publishing's The Rogue's Guide to Capers! Rite Publishing gives you a Spooky Hollow spin with Monster Templates: Headless Horseman, or turn the creepy factor up with homages to Frankenstein's Monster in Flesh Golem Variants from Christina Stiles Presents. Finally, blend together science and fantasy with Mutant Manifesto from Legendary Games, Call to Arms: Pistols & Muskets from Fat Goblin Games, and Between Chains and Starlight from newcomer Space Potato Productions!

Check out everything that third-party publishers have to offer, both digital and print, right here at Paizo.com!

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Liberty's Edge

Nice! I really love that cover art :)


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Quite frankly, I love their exquisite taste in hats.

-Ben.

Scarab Sages

SQUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRK!

Shadow Lodge

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terraleon wrote:

Quite frankly, I love their exquisite taste in hats.

-Ben.

One's choice in hat is extremely important. It says a lot about you. A man can make a hat, and a hat can make a man.

The question is also whether he crafted the hat himself or won it in triumph over a superior foe.

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

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Thank you for the mention Liz.

Liberty's Edge

The shout out for Kobold Press 2014 Calendar is very much appreciated as well!


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Orthos wrote:
terraleon wrote:

Quite frankly, I love their exquisite taste in hats.

-Ben.

One's choice in hat is extremely important. It says a lot about you. A man can make a hat, and a hat can make a man.

The question is also whether he crafted the hat himself or won it in triumph over a superior foe.

Or ordered it as a sandwich.

Contributor

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Thanks for the shout-out on the flesh golem variants, Liz!

The Exchange Contributor; Publisher, Kobold Press; RPG Superstar Judge

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Golems and tengu variants, gem magic and capers: that's a great collection of options, and thank you for the shout-out, Paizo!


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Wow! Thanks, Liz! Working on the ravenfolk book was a tremendous pleasure, and I hope folks enjoy it.


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Thanks for mentioning us.

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