List of 3rd Party Base Classes


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137ben wrote:
Deal of the Day alerted me to what appears to be a Gun Priest hybrid class.

Added


Nazar, a new Quick Base Class free from RGG's publisher!


Owen KC Stephens wrote:


Nazar, a new Quick Base Class free from RGG's publisher!

Added


Virago, a new Quick Base Class free from RGG's publisher!


Spellbinder, a new Quick Base Class free from RGG's publisher!


I'm really enjoying all of Owen's new Quick Base Classes. They are all truly the design hallmark of concise complexity.


More from Blackflame Studios:

*** Tactician

And from Classes of the Soul:

*** Seishin Senshi (Spirit Warrior)

*** Seishin Suringā (Spirit Slinger)

*** Seishin Mahoutsukai (Spirit Caster)


Change Log

Added:
-Virago
-Spellbinder
-Tactician
-Seishin Senshi
-Seishin Suringa
-Seishin Mahoutsukai

Totals
Base: 394
Rebuilds: 31
Grand Total: 425

~LINK~


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Thank you, by the way, for making this list. And to everyone that points out what to add to it!

Look for a bunch of new stuff from Fat Goblin Games in the coming weeks, months, and year.


You can add the Hussar. Should be up on Paizo.com soon but is available now on OBS sites.

Doesn't look like a name that's been used yet even :D


One more from Flying Pincushion Games

In our newest release in the Into the Breach series, Into the Breach: the Forgotten Classes, there is the Way Trader, an alternate class to the expert.

And a linky link for those who are curious (the Forgotten Classes is very different from anything we had done before, I urge everyone to check it out, as the power scale of the NPC archetypes falls between normal NPC's and PC's, which is a sweet spot for low fantasy)

Into-the-Breach-The-Forgotten-Classes

Look for much more from Flying Pincushion Games this year, as this year we start the core, occult, and hybrid class Into the Breach: entries, so lots of new stuff coming down the pipes, and soon!


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Added Hussar. That's a full base right? Not like an archetype for cavalier?

I'm not really sure how to list Way Trader as it's an NPC class which typically doesn't fall under the banner of "base class" as it's not a player classes. It also kind of serves as a rebuild of expert from what I understand. Not sure what to do with it. Advice?


Use your judgment, admittedly, there poor thing is in a odd spot, I can see it not really being a "base class" per say, as it falls bellow PC power level.

Will somebody please think of the NPCs!


Scott_UAT wrote:

Added Hussar. That's a full base right? Not like an archetype for cavalier?

It's a total, stand-alone, separate from the cavalier class base class. Yes.


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Lucus Palosaari wrote:
Scott_UAT wrote:

Added Hussar. That's a full base right? Not like an archetype for cavalier?

It's a total, stand-alone, separate from the cavalier class base class. Yes.

Ok, cool. Like I said, it was added. Wasn't sure based on the language of the product description or the preview.


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Oh hey, I get to add something for once ;-)
Added sage.


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We have a new Technopath base class that was just released on DriveThruRPG and RPGNow.com and should be up here on Paizo.com as soon as the loading goes through.


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Lucus Palosaari wrote:
We have a new Technopath base class that was just released on DriveThruRPG and RPGNow.com and should be up here on Paizo.com as soon as the loading goes through.

On baby. Another one for my collection.


The Bloodlord base class has now been released!


Vital Blade
Shadow Blade
Verdant Blade
Aether Blade

These come out Feb 26. I will post a link then if need be.

Liberty's Edge

Recently released from Kobold Press, The Trickster, which combines arcane magic with roguish skills! :)


Amora Game wrote:

Vital Blade

Shadow Blade
Verdant Blade
Aether Blade
These come out Feb 26. I will post a link then if need be.

When you add the links I'll add them to the document.

Change Log

Added:
-Leper (Little Red Goblin Games)
-Templar (Little Red Goblin Games)
-Lantern (Little Red Goblin Games)
-La Rosa (Little Red Goblin Games)
-Bishop (Little Red Goblin Games)
-Mariner (Little Red Goblin Games)
-Trickster (Kobold Press)
-Bloodlord (Interjection Games)

Totals
Base: 404
Rebuilds: 31
Grand Total: 435

~Link~


Where/In what product(s) can those new LRGG classes be found?


Pathfinder Companion, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Oceanshieldwolf wrote:
Where/In what product(s) can those new LRGG classes be found?

Alternate Paths: Divine Characters


From RGG and the Four Horsemen:

Fury
Renegade


Oceanshieldwolf wrote:
Where/In what product(s) can those new LRGG classes be found?

The ever-awesome Alternate Paths: Divine Characters that just released :-)

@Owen
Added both of them. I see they are hybrid classes but I didn't see what 2 classes make them up.

Scarab Sages Developer

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Fury is barbarian/monk
Renegade is gunslinger/rogue


Owen K. C. Stephens wrote:

Fury is barbarian/monk

Renegade is gunslinger/rogue

Thanks :-)

Updated.


Scott_UAT wrote:
Amora Game wrote:

Vital Blade

Shadow Blade
Verdant Blade
Aether Blade
These come out Feb 26. I will post a link then if need be.

When you add the links I'll add them to the document.

And here: Bevy of Blades.


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Amora Game wrote:
Scott_UAT wrote:
Amora Game wrote:

Vital Blade

Shadow Blade
Verdant Blade
Aether Blade
These come out Feb 26. I will post a link then if need be.

When you add the links I'll add them to the document.

And here: Bevy of Blades.

Way ahead of you ;-)


Quartermaster by Carl Cramer for Purple Duck Games.


Rakshasa Paragon by Wendall Roy for Rite Publishing.


There are some more:
--The Revanchist Hybrid Class
--I'm not sure if the Technopath is a base or prestige class.
--The Grenadier
--The Fighter Unbound rebuild.
--The Myrmidon Hybrid Class

Also, some Amora Games classes are mistakenly attributed to "Amora Gamess". I don't think there are supposed to be two 's's at the end of the company's name.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Actually, I believe there are no 's's in Amora Game.


Yea, it looks like you're right. In that case, all of the Amora Game classes are mis-attributed:)


Not sure how that typo occurred on Amora games (probably a find/replace issue or something at some point) but it's fixed.

Change Log
-Added quartermaster
-Realized I never added buck and courtier from our Politics and Power book from 2014 (added them).
-Added Rakshasa Paragon and noted it was a racial paragon.
-Added Revanchist and noted it was a cavalier / inquisitor hybrid class.
-Since I can't verify if technopath is a base of prestige, I'll hold off on adding it. I reached out to Lucus over at Fat Goblin to get an answer.
-Added fighter unbound as a fighter rebuild from Knotty-Works.
-Added Grenadier and noted it was designed for the Infinite Futures 2.0 campaign setting.
-Added Myrmidon. Noted it is for shattered skies and listed it as a fighter/witch hybrid class.
-Realized I never updated Renegade to say "rogue & gunslinger" so that's fixed.

Totals
Base: 417
Rebuilds: 32
Grand Total: 449

Side Note: Know what bugs me? When a "preview" people post up of their product is just the cover and credit page. Let people know what they are buying. If you aren't going to give it a real preview, don't offer a preview. LRGG often releases like a 1/3rd of the book.


Pathfinder Companion, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Technopath is a base class.


Scott_UAT wrote:

Side Note: Know what bugs me? When a "preview" people post up of their product is just the cover and credit page. Let people know what they are buying. If you aren't going to give it a real preview, don't offer a preview. LRGG often releases like a 1/3rd of the book.

Yea, that bugs me too. I think a full-sized preview should include the table of contents, and a taste of what is there. For a base class, show the class table and many one or two of the most interesting class features (but not enough for someone to play the class without the full book).

Luthorne wrote:
Technopath is a base class.

...which brings the total up to 450!


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Added technopath.
Yep. 450. That's 450 base classes in addition to Paizo's.
If you are a GM and your player ever dares complain that there is not an appropriate class for them- they are lying. ;-)

Edit: At some point I am thinking about building in a "source" column and link it to a sales venue (Paizo first, then a secondary) where people can buy it. It'll take a LOT of work but I'll slowly start doing it I think.


Why default to the Paizo store? I think if you are going to include purchase links, and the publisher has their own store, the default should be the publisher's store. Also, some products are available in PDF in multiple venues but only in print in one venue, in which case it might make sense to link to the venue where it is in print.
Complicating matters is the fact that some classes appear in multiple products, so you'd have to decide which one to link to. USUALLY the most recent one is the one the designers would recommend using (since it would have revisions and expansions), but it adds the additional work of keeping the source updated.
Then again, you're the one generously volunteering your time maintaining this list, so do what you feel comfortable doing.


137ben wrote:

Why default to the Paizo store? I think if you are going to include purchase links, and the publisher has their own store, the default should be the publisher's store. Also, some products are available in PDF in multiple venues but only in print in one venue, in which case it might make sense to link to the venue where it is in print.

Complicating matters is the fact that some classes appear in multiple products, so you'd have to decide which one to link to. USUALLY the most recent one is the one the designers would recommend using (since it would have revisions and expansions), but it adds the additional work of keeping the source updated.
Then again, you're the one generously volunteering your time maintaining this list, so do what you feel comfortable doing.

I'm going to do Paizo.com as default because I'm not asking 450 times which people would prefer first lol. Once I get started, if people have a preference, I'd be happy to change them.


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Scott_UAT wrote:
Edit: At some point I am thinking about building in a "source" column and link it to a sales venue (Paizo first, then a secondary) where people can buy it. It'll take a LOT of work but I'll slowly start doing it I think.

If it would be helpful to send you links for RGG products in some format, please let me know.


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Let me know if you need any help with that Scott - I've been waiting for that to happen...

Grand Lodge

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Scott_UAT wrote:
137ben wrote:

Why default to the Paizo store? I think if you are going to include purchase links, and the publisher has their own store, the default should be the publisher's store. Also, some products are available in PDF in multiple venues but only in print in one venue, in which case it might make sense to link to the venue where it is in print.

Complicating matters is the fact that some classes appear in multiple products, so you'd have to decide which one to link to. USUALLY the most recent one is the one the designers would recommend using (since it would have revisions and expansions), but it adds the additional work of keeping the source updated.
Then again, you're the one generously volunteering your time maintaining this list, so do what you feel comfortable doing.
I'm going to do Paizo.com as default because I'm not asking 450 times which people would prefer first lol. Once I get started, if people have a preference, I'd be happy to change them.

Just to quip. This is also a Paizo message board, and it might be fitting to link to the space you use :). But all points are valid.


OK!
So I spent the morning adding links upon links upon links.
Still adding more but right now I think we probably have 75% of the classes with links. I missed a few and found a few that I couldn't find anymore (with links pointing to dead products). I'll be giving people a few days to give me better links for them or I'll be removing them from the list (no use having a dead product right?).

Notes:
-I had a double entry for one of the racial paragons, removed the double.
-Missed witch from paths of power. Added.
-In Paths of Power- it use to be by 4 Winds, it now says Purple Duck. Should I make that change on the list?
-Missed Illuminatus from Purple Duck Games. Added.
-Missed Schooled Bard. Added.
-Can no longer find Ethermancer from Interjection Games. Has it moved? (All the links on reviews point to dead pages) I'll leave it on for a few days until we can sort it out. (Edit: Found. Might want to get people to update those links.)
-Forgot our own Psychopath and Torturer from Tome of Wicked Things Redux. Added.
-Missed Cogitator from Anachronistic Adventures. Added.
-Missed Onmyoji from Interjection. Added.
-Added Vizier & Guru from DSP.
-Added Sanguine Disciple from Interjection.
-Spirit warrior from The Knotty Works seems to be missing.
-Eldritch Antiquarian seems to have been taken down.
-Had a spelling mistake on Eldritch Archeologist. Fixed.
-Missed Valkyrie. Added

Tracking:
Base Classes: 429
Rebuilds: 32
Total: 461

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Elementalist class from Silver Games LLC. Says it's an Oracle/Fighter hybrid class. The art is Everglow/Ponyfinder specific, but Everglow art has always looked nice.


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Ethermancer, Etherslinger and Ethermagus are now all in Ultimate Ethermagic/Strange Magic.


TaliaKirana wrote:
Elementalist class from Silver Games LLC. Says it's an Oracle/Fighter hybrid class. The art is Everglow/Ponyfinder specific, but Everglow art has always looked nice.

Hey man, I don't judge. Added, linked, and noted Ponyfinder.

@Endzeitgeist
I think I added the links recently.


Quote:
-In Paths of Power- it use to be by 4 Winds, it now says Purple Duck. Should I make that change on the list?

AFAIK, Purple Duck Games owns 4WF.

Quote:
-Can no longer find Ethermancer from Interjection Games. Has it moved? (All the links on reviews point to dead pages) I'll leave it on for a few days until we can sort it out. (Edit: Found. Might want to get people to update those links.)

The Ethermancer, Truenamer, and Maestro were originally released each in their own supplement. All three were revised and significantly expanded during the Strange Magic kickstarter, and the old products were pulled and replaced by the expanded versions (Ultimate Composition, Ultimate Ethermagic, and Ultimate Truenaming, along with a compilation of all three, Strange Magic.) The expanded supplements also have additional classes.


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Awesome and tireless work Scott. Thanks for the effort in creating and maintaining (and now updating with moar powarz) this excellent resource.

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