Favourite 3PP for P1?


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Silver Crusade

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Saw a couple of similar threads going around so I figured I start this one, what was your favourite non-Paizo products for First Edition?

At the top for me is Letters from the Flaming Crab: Murder Bunnies. Want to be a smol and badass frontliner? Here ya go!

Three words: Lucky Halfling Foot

Also I loved all the issues of the Wayfinder magazine.


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The Advanced Bestiary by Green Ronin,hands down.

Silver Crusade

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Ooo yeah that’s a great one.


The Genius Guide to the Talented Rogue and all of its successors, hands down. If I have to nail it down further than that... Talented Witch.

Honorable mention for the Dreamscarred Press psionics rules and their incredible work on the Soulknife.


All the Psionics books, hands down.

Shocking I would say that, I know :P


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The Spheres system from Drop Dead Studios. It allows for such wild a creative ideas to be built, and does wonders for closing the caster/martial disparity. It has been an overwhelmingly great addition to our table.


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City of 7 Seraphs is really good. A little mindblowing, but great rules.


EldonGuyre wrote:
The Advanced Bestiary by Green Ronin,hands down.

1) THIS, SO MUCH THIS.

2) Freeport: The City of Adventure
3) Pathfinder Short Cuts (PDF series for Freeport by Owen K.C. Stephens).
(All three by Green Ronin.)

Grand Lodge

My favourite 3PP products cover something Paizo doesn’t, add depth to my game world, which in turn makes it seem more ‘real’ to my players.

I like adding useless but interesting treasure items to loot and find Raging Swan’s Dungeon Dressing: Goblin's Pockets useful and inspiring.

Similarly, I am hopeless at coming up with names for NPCs. “Yeah, the other guard’s name is Dave too.”

Having a short pre-prepared list from So What's The Human Called, Anyway? has saved me some brain cells.

Shadow Lodge

Definitely the Spheres products from Drop Dead Studios. They make the game a lot more fun with all the stuff you do so easily compared to jumping though hoops to get just halfway.


My automatic reaction to that question is Ultimate Psionics by Dreamscarred Press.

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