Release dates and future Adventure Paths


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Hey there,

I was wondering when Core and Curse were released.

I was also wondering if there are any clues on when the next Adventure Path will be released. And which setting it might be?


They were released at the end of May (2019). Whether or not we get more Card Game depends on how well Core and Curse sell.


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Nothing has been announced yet that I know of. During the Gen Con panel it was said that with the Core set they just took their old model and completely changed it. Rather than have smaller releases through a period of time we got it all at once. So nothing was announced yet, but they didn't say it wouldn't happen either.

Personally I'm pretty hopeful because the Core set has been a blast and I think there is a ton of potential for the new model (using Core set which effectively lowers the cost of us getting future AP's)


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Okay so nothing official yet.
But I think it's save to say that there will be more. After all, what would be the point of a Core Set if there were no expansions? (Or only one, for that matter).
As for the selling point...if we just go by quality, this should sell better than the older versions. The rules are much more refined and the cards look better (imo).


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I am, sadly, starting to get the tingles that the game is effectively dead. It has been the greater part of a year without hearing anything about the future of the game past, "We are listening to the fans and thinking about it."

By now we should have heard something but we have not (Unless I missed something...)

I'd love to hear them at state, at the very least, that more is coming. No date need be given.

Well, here's to hoping...

- A PACG subscriber.


PonSquared wrote:
I am, sadly, starting to get the tingles that the game is effectively dead. It has been the greater part of a year without hearing anything about the future of the game...

I'd also appreciate some news about future sets, but I think that the PACG Core has only been out for around 6 months.


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PonSquared wrote:

I am, sadly, starting to get the tingles that the game is effectively dead. It has been the greater part of a year without hearing anything about the future of the game past, "We are listening to the fans and thinking about it."

By now we should have heard something but we have not (Unless I missed something...)

I'd love to hear them at state, at the very least, that more is coming. No date need be given.

Well, here's to hoping...

- A PACG subscriber.

While we haven't heard of any news or updatse about future sets...Have you seen Vic's commitment to rules/FAQs? He's been doing a stellar job, and I am very confused how someone could consider the game "effectively dead" when we are getting such rapid rules arbitration. I mean just look at Paizo/Loneshark involvement in this recent Rules discussion thread.

I too look forward to some news/updates, and in the meantime major thanks to Vic and Loneshark for the continued support!


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redeux wrote:
PonSquared wrote:

I am, sadly, starting to get the tingles that the game is effectively dead. It has been the greater part of a year without hearing anything about the future of the game past, "We are listening to the fans and thinking about it."

By now we should have heard something but we have not (Unless I missed something...)

I'd love to hear them at state, at the very least, that more is coming. No date need be given.

Well, here's to hoping...

- A PACG subscriber.

While we haven't heard of any news or updatse about future sets...Have you seen Vic's commitment to rules/FAQs? He's been doing a stellar job, and I am very confused how someone could consider the game "effectively dead" when we are getting such rapid rules arbitration. I mean just look at Paizo/Loneshark involvement in this recent Rules discussion thread.

I too look forward to some news/updates, and in the meantime major thanks to Vic and Loneshark for the continued support!

No, I have not looked in the rules forum. I am glad to hear the Devs are keeping up with player questions.

"The Core Set, a Pathfinder Adventure Card Game base set and adventure path based on The Dragon's Demand, was released on May 29, 2019." My assertion that the game has now been out for the greater part of a year still stands. (If just bareilly!!)

I think my point is valid. A total lack of communication on what, if anything at all, is coming next is a disconcerting for a game like PFACG. After six months I think it is fair to suggest the devs should have said.... something... If for no other reason than to keep the fans of the game interested and let new players know the game is alive and growing.

I really like PFACG! There will be few sadder than I, outside people who earn their livelihood on the game, that what we have now is all there is realistically ever going to be. Please understand that all I want is to know more is coming or not. Should I be getting excited for the future or should I be thanking the devs for all their hard work and move on to the next shiny thing thing?

Thanks for making such a great game. Now let me know what I have to look forward to!!


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I'm not one to post much, actually I've only ever posted once or twice before I post what I'm about to say. However, after reviewing this particular thread, something struck a chord with me. Not that I'm worried about the game dying, because as long as we have a community of devoted players I don't think it can stop. Especially with the ability to create our own content with the new Core Set.

Now that's what I wanted to talk about and hopefully get other's opinions on the matter. Would expanding the Core Set make sense for future games? Instead of a new AP, which would be amazing, creating a set of card to flush out the rest of the core past the scenario 3 cards. Not sure if anyone else’s has brought this up before, but it has been eating at my mind for some time now as a way to create more diversity in cards and allow thematic progression of characters from core who might not see as many weapons, spells, or items in specific AP sets. Just my two cents, what are your thoughts?

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