How much Pathfinder stuff do you have?


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So I was walking past one of my shelves today, and I suddenly realized how much PF stuff I've actually gotten. Currently what I own takes up the entire bottom shelf of a five shelf bookcase. This is more than any other rpg game I own if you don't count magazines (dragon/dungeon).

The only other one that is pretty close is 3e/3.5 (which includes the FR books [there were a LOT of those] and I also include DL though most were officially D20 instead of 3.5).

I have a lot of 2e and 1e, but nowhere close in comparison to how much Pathfinder is now in existence on my shelves.

The Warhammer 40K and Fantasy RPG sections would be the next largest, but they aren't really as big in relation to PF to tell the truth.

Most other RPGs are only two or three books, so nothing close to PF in regards to content owned.

The realization simply struck me as a wee bit interesting, as I've invested a LOT into PF in such a short time period.

How big is your collection of PF stuff?


My PF stuff

This is only PF but i think it is pretty close to the quantity of 3-3,5 stuff i have.
I believe i have more than 200 other books of other systems (mostly basic D&D, AD&D, GURPS and Everquest and Star Wars both West End ed and d20, plus a lot of minor systems)

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How much Pathfinder stuff do I have?

Five shelves and counting.... (But not counting Pathfinder Battles or cards, which are in cases on some other shelves.)

Pretty much, the entire line of rpg content. Possibly excepting a few battlemats and maybe 1 or 2 modules, and definitely excluding several sets of cards.

And multiple copies of some of the important stuff. But then, I was the one who made sure everyone had access when I was running for the neighborhood kids.


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I have all the hardcovers with the exception of Inner Sea Gods (probably ask for it for my birthday), Ultimate Combat, and Ultimate Magic. I lack the two latter books mostly because I am new enough to pathfinder that I haven't had the time and money to grab those.

I have a good chunk of the Campaign setting books, all in PDF form. I don't actually know at this point how many of those I own and which ones I still need to get. I also have a few APs and companions, plus some 3rd party books, including the Hardcover Ultimate Psionics.


I have physical copies of all of the hardcover books, the beginner's box, the bestiary box, and the NPC box. couple of card decks, too -- Harrow cards and condition cards, I think.

I have PDF copies of just about everything. All of the Adventure Paths, Player's Companions, Campaign Setting, and Modules, for both 3.5 and Pathfinder rules. A couple of seasons' worth of PFS scenarios. About half a dozen books from the fiction line, in ePub format.


A nice tidy amount. Core, Adv Player & Race, Ult Combat & Magic. Also the RotRL anniversary volume.
Not even half of my 3/.5 collection, and less than an eighth of my White Wolf shelf.


Unfortunately, I have 0. I have a large number of pdfs that a friend gave me when he quit and moved away (I think I have everything up to and including Mythic Adventures). I would love to get the physical copies, if only because I prefer thumbing through pages over clicking an arrow.

I would also love to have the Paizo minis, because I absolutely positively love fantasy minis. I have a toolbox full of those crappy plastic things that Wizards came out with in their collectible mini packages.

My only hardcover RPG books are almost 1 shelf of 3rd edition books, d20 modern/urban arcana/future, the 3 2nd edition core books + council of wyrms, 2 Werewolf books, d20 besm book, and the Everquest player's handbook.

Being without money really hurts.


I have all hardcovers with the exception of bestiary 4 and Inner Sea Gods. Have some softcovers (Varisia, Magnimar, Taldor, Inner Sea Bestiary, Field Guide, etc.) + Beginner's Box.

Sadly, the most important book, the CRB, I only have in a German translation. I guess I will buy the original sometime this year.

Grand Lodge

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GreyWolfLord wrote:
How big is your collection of PF stuff?

All the APs, Modules, Campaign Settings, Companions, and RPG books.

-Skeld


Three hardcovers, two and a half full adventure paths, a couple sourcebooks. A bunch more pdfs including a lot of third party ones.

White Wolf, 4e, and maybe GURPS edge out Pathfinder stuff in shelf volume. I've got probably three times as much Basic and AD&D stuff but 3e/d20 stuff is easily the most prevalent of my collection (and includes a bunch of Paizo Golarion 3.5 stuff). As I'm running Pathfinder its convenient that 3e is mechanically fairly consistent with PF and AD&D is fairly consistent for flavor.

Ars Magica, Palladium, Castles and Crusades, and other systems fall behind Pathfinder though.


All the hardcovers, Including the Inner Sea World Guide, and Rise of the Runelords

The first books of Carrion Crown and Legacy of Fire.

About half the player companions,

A lot of third party material, some in digital form,

Three of the campaign setting books,

Six tackleboxes of minis,

Pawns from the NPC codex and Bestiaries 1 and 2.

The adventure card game and three of the add ons.

A gm screen and initiative tracker.

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Same answer I've been giving for thirty years: "Less than I want; more than I can really afford."

Grand Lodge

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Too much.

Silver Crusade

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What TOZ said.


Most of the Hardcovers (I think I'm only missing two or three).

All of the Adventure Paths (minus Jade Regent and Skull and Shackles).

All of the Campaign Books and Chronicles.

At least one brick of each miniature set.

More than I should have, I suppose. My wife agrees.


I only got into Pathfinder recently, and being Australian, it's hard to get ahold of here. I'm trying to increase my collection, but so far it's fairly pitiful:

Core Rulebook
Bestiaries 1-4
Rise of the Runelords Anniversary Edition
Mythic Adventures
Advanced Player's Guide
Advanced Race Guide
Ultimate Campaign
Ultimate Magic
Ultimate Equipment
NPC Codex
Demons Revisited
Fey Revisited
Mysterious Monsters Revealed
Inner Sea Bestiary
Inner Sea Magic
Mythic Realms
Chronicles of the Righteous
Champions of Balance
Fangwood Keep
Tears at Bitter Manor
Reign of Winter parts 2-5 (still looking for part 1, part 6 isn't out yet here)
Jade Regent part 6
Shattered Star part 6


GreyWolfLord wrote:
How big is your collection of PF stuff?

All of it. Okay I am missing a handful of modules...but that will be corrected next Christmas Time.


I personally own zero Pathfinder things. A couple of the other guys in the group I play with are huge junkies and buy just about everything when it comes out so we all share. I use the PRD when I'm at home and need to look something up. Doesn't make sense to buy stuff that's free.

Grand Lodge

The paper and plastic aren't free. :p


About half the APs, all the hardcovers apart from Bestiary 3 (on my shopping list, just waiting for a time I can afford it because it seems there's always something more urgent to get), the most recent year or so of Player Companions and Campaign Setting books, all the boxed pawn sets, and a random smattering of other stuff.

Still nowhere near in danger of reaching the size of my 3/3.5e collection for a while yet, but has just passed my 4e collection.

Next up is a tie between Call of Cthulhu, Babylon 5, Marvel Super Heroes (TSR 1980s version) and BECMI D&D. Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space is likely to match those soon at the rate Cubicle 7 are putting sourcebooks out.

Everything else is just a handful of books per system.


TriOmegaZero wrote:
The paper and plastic aren't free. :p

Yeah, but if I skip all that stuff I can brag to all my friends about how environmentally friendly I am while being condescending to them because they aren't. Win-win.

Grand Lodge

Then you don't have the same things they do, so it can't be compared.


TriOmegaZero wrote:
Then you don't have the same things they do, so it can't be compared.

I'm cool with that.


Let's see..

Hardcover: 10 RPG-line books, plus the Rise of the Runelords Anniversary Edition, The Inner Sea World Guide, and the 3.5 Campaign Setting.

Softcover: 79 Adventure Path books, 32 Modules, 22 Player Companions, 69 Chronicles/Campaign Setting books (which includes all the map folios), plus the Bonus Bestiary and the Player Character Folio.

I also have some Dragon/Dungeon-related Paizo books, such as the hardcover Shackled City and Dragon Compendium, and the softcover Dragon: Monster Ecologies and Shackled City Player's Guide.

Hm, that's quite a lot :)


I have shackled city as well!

I have the Inner Sea world guide as when I asked, it seemed as if it were more complete...though now I wonder if I should get the 3.5 Setting book just for completeness?

I also don't have the Advanced Race Guide, though I do have almost all the APs at this point and many of the rest of the softcovers (modules, etc).

I have a second set of books (yeah, I suppose I go overboard) for the rest of the group to peruse, as I'm highly protective of my primary set of PF books (don't let them get their grubby hands on it, they'd be sure to make them ragged in no time).


GreyWolfLord wrote:
I have a second set of books (yeah, I suppose I go overboard) for the rest of the group to peruse, as I'm highly protective of my primary set of PF books (don't let them get their grubby hands on it, they'd be sure to make them ragged in no time).

I generally update to the later printings to get the errata. My old books get passed down to the rest of the group.


I have six Pathfinder print products (which is more than I thought I had):

  • Core Rule Book
  • Beastiary
  • Alpha or Beta version of the rule set
  • Pathfinder Basic Box
  • And the first two modules of Rise of the Rune Lord


GreyWolfLord wrote:
I have a second set of books (yeah, I suppose I go overboard) for the rest of the group to peruse, as I'm highly protective of my primary set of PF books (don't let them get their grubby hands on it, they'd be sure to make them ragged in no time).

I do the same thing for a lot of the books. It is Okay we may go overboard at times but I am sure Pazio loves us for it.

Shadow Lodge

Not enough. Though my wife says more than I need.

Silver Crusade

All the books.


A few hardbacks, a lot of modules, some splats, and one Adventure Path. Also a harrow deck and a couple of other things.

Then there's Hero Lab. Oy.

I haven't bought many PDFs, though. There's just something about having the book.


Not much. The core rulebook, the APG, Ultimate Campaign, the KM adventure path, and a few adventure modules.

As someone who hated the 3.5 bloat, I hate seeing Pathfinder head in that direction (although I think they're being smarter about it), so it leaves a bad tasted in my mouth whenever I see a new hardcover that introduces its own rules system.

And when you consider that most of the 3.5 stuff can be used with Pathfinder with minimal conversion, there's already plenty of material out there.

Shadow Lodge

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A lot. In fact a vast amount now that I check...

All of the role playing line
All of the adventure path line
All of the modules line
All of the campaign and player lines
100's of minis from the battles line
All of the pawns line except B2 and B3
All the comics
The card game to date
All of the maps and flip map line
All the q-workshop dice
And a full bookshelf of third part stuff.

Perhaps more than I should have (especially if you ask my wife :P). And soo I will have more - Mwaa-haa-haa-haa!


Core Rule Book, Advanced Players Guide, Game Mastery Guide, the anniversary hardcover Rise of the Runelords book, the Second Darkness AP, both the Critical Hit and Critical Fumble deck, and a whole slew of modules. I also have the new hardbound Deep Magic and Ultimate Psionics books that came out of those Kickstarter projects. If everything in the universe wasn't on the PFSRD, I'd buy a bestiary in a heartbeat. Love that website.


alot but not enough:)


Core Rulebook, Game Master's Guide, Ultimate Magic, Combat, and Equipment, Advanced Races, all 4 Bestiaries, several items for the Midgard Campaign setting including the Bestiary, about 7 different player companion books, and am waiting for the New Paths Compendium, Deep Magic, and Ultimate Psionics to arrive in the mail.


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Counting everything, maybe slightly less than the combined mass of...

All my D&D stuff, my AD&D stuff, my D&D 2.0 stuff, my D&D 3.0 stuff, and my D&D 3.5 stuff.

I HAVE WAY TOO MUCH D&D STUFF.


Not. Nearly. Enough.


As a subscriber from the beginning I have just about everything, with the exception of a few hardcovers that I chose to only purchase in PDF like some of the later bestiaries and Mythic.


5 books
About ten bits of AP
Shared ownership in 20 maps/packs

Haven't bought anything new in PF for a year or more


Simultaneously too many and not enough.


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Well, a few weeks ago I made my 100th purchase from Paizo's online store.

I actually started buying more PDFs when the weight of books I was using even for a single character got to be a bit much -- I discovered that I could get by with the Core Rulebook, Ultimate Equipment, and a laptop with PDFs of other books as needed.

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How much Pathfinder do I have?

As much as my brain is willing to produce on a given day.


GreyWolfLord wrote:

So I was walking past one of my shelves today, and I suddenly realized how much PF stuff I've actually gotten. Currently what I own takes up the entire bottom shelf of a five shelf bookcase. This is more than any other rpg game I own if you don't count magazines (dragon/dungeon).

The only other one that is pretty close is 3e/3.5 (which includes the FR books [there were a LOT of those] and I also include DL though most were officially D20 instead of 3.5).

I have a lot of 2e and 1e, but nowhere close in comparison to how much Pathfinder is now in existence on my shelves.

The Warhammer 40K and Fantasy RPG sections would be the next largest, but they aren't really as big in relation to PF to tell the truth.

Most other RPGs are only two or three books, so nothing close to PF in regards to content owned.

The realization simply struck me as a wee bit interesting, as I've invested a LOT into PF in such a short time period.

How big is your collection of PF stuff?

A large bulk of the PF collection in my place is actually owned by my roommate; the only books I personally have purchased are the Inner Sea World Guide, Bestiary 4, Mythic Adventures, the Core Rulebook (we each have our own copy), and Ultimate Psionics. Between the two of us, however, we have all but one or two of the hardbound books, as well as several adventure paths (he's a subscriber). There are some miniatures, a couple map poster packs, and some digital-only player's guides we've also downloaded.

Our PF is quite nicely complete. :)


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For the longest time it was the CRB, Bestiary 1 & 2, and the Gamemastery Guide. I was poor; we're talking like ruined-my-credit poor for a really long time. I remember once being so crushed I couldn't even bid a dollar at a KS I wanted to jump into.

Then fortunes changed.

Since then I've added three module PDFs, the guide to Darkmoon Vale, print version of Dragon's Demand and Ultimate Campaign. I've also picked up several 3PP books. Finally, at a recent con I got an amazing deal on a Beginner Box and threw in some minis from one of the APs.

I am extremely lucky to have a gaming budget again. I have skulked at the fringes of PF for over half a decade. I've felt like a real jerk copying stuff from the PFSRD online all these years and feel so grateful to be able to finally buy some of the things I've been taking advantage of all this time.

Oh, and I almost forgot: at that same con I tried PFS for the first time. The last day of the games they did a drawing and I WON! I got the Inner Sea World Guide and the excellent novel Prince of Wolves by Dave Gross.

I've said it a lot over the years but it bears repeating. Thank You Paizo.


Lots. But I like books. If I was practical I'd just keep the PDFs since I have it all digitally too, but there's nothing like a shelf(or shelves) of RPG books. Lord knows it compliments my 1-3rd Edition collection and the WoD stuffs.

Silver Crusade

I JUST got enough stuff so that I can't hold it all in my 3rd Grade backpack! Huzzah!


ALL THE CONTENT!

The Adventure Paths I do pay for though, lots of value there IMO.


lucky7 wrote:
I JUST got enough stuff so that I can't hold it all in my 3rd Grade backpack! Huzzah!

Hahahaha. Actually LOL'd on this one. I am actually rocking a backpack I got in 7th grade when my old one broke. That means its going on nearly 3 decades of use now! And my girls complain that their bookbags are "so last year..."

And yes; the core books and a couple 3pp items are constantly loaded in my backpack. I also keep a couple sets of dice, pens and pencils, a case with a few minis, notebooks and a binder in there as well. I round it out with "survival rations": a couple energy bars, antacids and other essentials. My daughters both have "emergency packs" as suggested by firefighters visiting their school so that, in case of danger they can grab it and go. I guess I'd grab my gaming stuff? I need to grow up...


I just started playing in late 2012, and I've only allotted myself $10 per month on roleplaying games. I throw in any gift or birthday money I receive and money for mowing my neighbor's lawn and raking her leaves.

I now own one module, the Core Rulebook, Varisia: Birthplace of Legends, three pawn sets, one flip map, and the Beginner Box. A few PDFs as well.

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