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If you pick any Paizo Adventure Path to get converted to 5E and released in a hardcover compilation (like Shackled City or RotRL) which would it be? If not something already out, then something all new?


TheRavyn wrote:
If you pick any Paizo Adventure Path to get converted to 5E and released in a hardcover compilation (like Shackled City or RotRL) which would it be? If not something already out, then something all new?

I haven't played any Paizo AP's but I have heard so many good things about Rise of the Runelords that I would be intrigued to play that in 5E.


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Probably Wrath of the Righteous - it seems to me (although I havent had much experience playing the system yet, just reading it) that 5E works well in replicating a game where a few heroes plough through armies of lower level mooks whilst still keeping it challenging. I dont think that sort of game works well in Pathfinder and it's always been my impression of how WotR should feel.


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Oh man, reading the topic title got me excited. I was ready to re-sub for a 5e AP haha.

I would rather see something new than an official conversion. If Paizo could get the license, seeing a cool planar style AP dealing with Illithids, the Gith and more would be awesome. Sort of Planescape-esque. :)

EDIT: Oh and something with Yugoloths too. I'm glad to see them back for 5e. :D


Since I have already DM'ed RoTRL already basically, I would opt for something a bit later and different in tone. I concur with Wrath of the Righteous I think.

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