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Apparently, some madlads went and adapted the Eberron Campaign Setting into a fanmade PF2e version adaptation. :)
PS. The source thread for this, focusing on 3pp PF2e settings, of all things. ;)
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Man, Eberron always feels like putting on a perfect old coat. It just does so much right; it's felt like d20 settings have been playing catch-up ever since. Give it a drop more consciousness about how it recreates fraught pulp colonialist tropes and it'd be perfect. The first RPG product I ever released was a guide to transgender characters and culture in the setting; it's something I'm still deeply proud of.
I'm so glad Keith is living his best life via DM's Guild releases - if folks didn't see, he just announced a new Eberron book!
This is a thorough conversion, and it's done by people who actually seem to understand the setting (i.e. they didn't make Seekers a bunch of evil maniacs and portray the Dark Six with nuance - my two usual pet peeves); I'm super impressed! Some of these placements for Pathfinder Ancestries - Mror Shisks, Lhazaar Tengu - are really inspired picks, and the conversions of the Eberron Ancestries look really solid.
That Wandslinger effort is a little disappointing, sadly - the whole point is that arcane magic has taken the place of technology, and Wandslingers are either casters themselves or using spell-storing wands. It's a small nitpick, but an important thematic pillar of the setting.
Neat stuff! Any idea who actually made it?