Category Archives: Pathfinder

Musings on Adventure Path Structure

When 3rd Edition Dungeons & Dragons was released, it also gained a series of eight adventures that took a group of adventurers from levels 1 to 20. Starting with the Sunless Citadel and continuing through to Bastion of Broken Souls, … Continue reading

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Pathfinder Adventure Review: In Hell’s Bright Shadow

A couple of years ago, I ran the Council of Thieves Adventure Path for Pathfinder. It was the first of the adventure paths to be released using the full Pathfinder system rather than 3.5E, and although it had a great … Continue reading

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Rogues in Remballo and the Borderland Provinces

Once upon a time, there was a dungeon called Rappan Athuk… Necromancer Games (and/or Frog God Games) have been publishing adventures for a while now. The original incarnation of the company was publishing adventures back in 2000, when Dungeons & … Continue reading

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Adventure Review – The Lost Dungeons of Xon: The Crucible

One of the more interesting Kickstarters currently running is that for an adventure: The Lost Dungeons of Xon: The Crucible. Burning Yeti Studios plan to release three versions of their adventure – for 1E, 5E and Pathfinder – but its … Continue reading

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Pathfinder Adventure Review: Daughters of Fury

Daughters of Fury is an adventure for level 3 characters using the Pathfinder system. It is designed by Victoria Jaczko, the winner of the 2014 RPG Superstar competition that Paizo runs on an annual basis, and is the adventure she … Continue reading

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Pathfinder Review: Under the Horn

Under the Horn is the latest adventure by Johua de Santo of Genius Loci Games. Although this review is of the Pathfinder release, there is also a Swords & Wizardry version and Johua assures me the 5E version will be … Continue reading

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Pathfinder Adventure Review: Battle of Bloodmarch Hill

The first adventure of Paizo’s Giantslayer adventure path, Battle of Bloodmarch Hill is a 96-page book with typically excellent production values. The adventure portion of the book takes up 52 pages, with the remainder of the book presenting NPC profiles, … Continue reading

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Kingmaker Adventure Path review

When people talk about the best Adventure Paths, they generally mention Kingmaker. It’s easy to see why. In a lot of ways, Kingmaker goes back to the mythical high-level play that Gary Gygax implied occurred in the original D&D and … Continue reading

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Running Way of the Wicked – Pathfinder

I noticed recently that my Pathfinder group has now been running for more than a year. That's a bit terrifying, especially as Pathfinder is more of a system that I endure rather than actually like. I run it mainly for … Continue reading

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“Broken Chains” by Paizo Publishing – Pathfinder Adventure Review

While 32-page rules supplements need to be pretty good to justify their $10.99 price, I think a lot more kindly of 32-page adventures. Quite simply, adventures are hard, and getting good ones that will entertain a group of players are … Continue reading

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