Pathfinder bundle deal makes it super cheap to switch from D&D

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Wizards of the Coast’s recent missteps regarding the Open Gaming license have left many fans looking for alternative tabletop role-playing games, with Pathfinder being one of the most popular choices. Despite the Wizards apologizing and withdrawing their plans, some damage has been done. A window has been opened for Pathfinder and interest in the game remains high. If you’re Pathfinder curious, there’s never been a better time to get started thanks to the “So you want to try out Pathfinder” Humble Bundlewhich is a generous offer in more ways than one.

To begin with, part of the proceeds will be supported the Code for America charity along with the publisher Paizo, who fights for the good fight for players. Backers have a choice of three versions of the Pathfinder Bundle with “pay what you want” pricing with minimum donations of $5, $15, and $25. At the highest level, you’ll receive $422 worth of digital books, including Pathfinder 2E Beginner Box and Core Rulebook, along with adventures, expansions, character sheets, bestiaries, and much more. The full list of items available at the $25 level includes the following:

See the So You Wanna Try Out Pathfinder Humble Bundle

  • Pathfinder Adventure Path: Abomination Vaults (Foundry VTT)
  • Pathfinder Adventure Path: Abomination Vaults
  • Pathfinder secrets of magic
  • Pathfinder Gamemastery Guide
  • Pathfinder: Abomination Vaults Pawn Collection
  • Pathfinder Gamemastery Guide NPC Pawn Collection
  • Pathfinder Society Intro: Year of Boundless Wonder
  • Pathfinder Flip-Mat: Arcane library
  • Pathfinder Pawns: Traps & Treasures Pawn Collection
  • Pathfinder Adventure: A Handful of Flowers
  • Pathfinder Bestiary 2
  • Pathfinder Lost Omens character guide
  • Pathfinder Lost Omens Ancestry Guide
  • Pathfinder Adventure: Troubles in Otari
  • Pathfinder Flip-Mat: Problems in Otari
  • Pathfinder Society Intro #1: The Second Confirmation
  • Pathfinder Society Intro #2: United in Purpose
  • Pathfinder Flip-Mat Classics: Ancient Dungeon
  • Pathfinder Flip-Mat Classics: Swamp
  • Pathfinder Flip-Mat: City Sites Multipack
  • Pathfinder Adventure: Little Trouble in Big Absalom
  • Pathfinder second edition beginner’s box
  • Pathfinder Second Edition Core Rulebook
  • Pathfinder second edition bestiary
  • Pathfinder Character Sheet Pack
  • Pathfinder Player Character Pawn Collection
  • Pathfinder Lost Omens World Guide
  • Pathfinder One-Shot #1: Sondered Waves

Note that the Pathfinder Humble Bundle will be available through February 22, 2023 and you can secure your books here while the deal lasts.

Paizo published for the first time scout back in 2009 as an alternative to Dungeons and Dragons when that game moved to the controversial fourth edition rules. scout used a tweaked version of D&D’s 3.5 Edition rules and competed Dungeons and Dragons over several years in what some fans of tabletop role-playing games called the “Edition Wars.” The “Second Edition” rules for scout are generally easier to learn than the original game, although it is still considered more complicated than Dungeons and Dragons‘ more streamlined set of rules from the fifth edition. Still, Path finder 2E offers extensive character customization and a world with tons of different backgrounds and stories to tell.

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