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http://paizo.com/paizo/blog/v5748dyo5lgac?Meet-the-Iconics-Hakon
The iconic skald looks suspiciously like Jorn Lande to me, which is fitting given that the skald is basically a heavy metal bard.

http://paizo.com/paizo/blog/v5748dyo5lgac?Meet-the-Iconics-Hakon

The iconic skald looks suspiciously like Jorn Lande to me, which is fitting given that the skald is basically a heavy metal bard.

fisto:

i really like the idea of a fantasy setting but in modern times. elves on smart phones and taking pictures for their instagram. dwarves getting into console wars and calling each other casual gamers. mages casting dangerous spells for the vine. i want it.

It’s called Shadowrun, just tone down the punk aspects.

auric-pauper:

Tell me this is not one of the most motivating demotivating posters you’ve ever seen.

Made by Drakevarg

For the Paladin class, I like:

Lawful Good doesn’t always mean Lawful Nice.

Advanced Class Guide

This 256-page rulebook will contain 10 new classes, each a mix of two existing classes, taking a bit from each class and adding new mechanics to give you a unique character. Around the office we’re calling them “hybrid classes.” You can think of the magus (from Ultimate Magic) as our first test of this concept. It takes some rules from the fighter, some rules from the wizard, and then adds its own unique mechanics

At this point, you’re probably wondering what new classes you can expect to see in the Advanced Class Guide. So far, we’ve announced five of the ten classes.

Bloodrager: This blend of sorcerer and barbarian can call upon the power of his blood whenever he goes into a rage. He also has a limited selection of spells he can call upon, even when in a mindless fury!

Hunter: Taking powers from both the druid and the ranger, the hunter is never without her trusted animal companion, hunting down foes with lethal accuracy.

Shaman: Calling upon the spirits to aid her, the shaman draws upon class features of the oracle and the witch. Each day, she can commune with different spirits to aid her and her allies.

Slayer: Look at all the blood! The slayer blends the rogue and the ranger to create a character that is all about taking down particular targets.

Warpriest: Most religions have martial traditions, and warpriests are often the backbones of such orders. This mix of cleric and fighter can call upon the blessings of the gods to defeat enemies of their faiths.

Of course, those are just half the classes in this book. There are four more we have yet to reveal.

"Four?" you say. "But I thought there were ten!" And you would be right—because I’m about to let you in on another of the classes that will appear in this book, which we haven’t announced until this moment!

Swashbuckler: Break out your rapier and your wit! The swashbuckler uses panache and daring to get the job done, blending the powers of the fighter and the gunslinger! For those of you who don’t use guns in your campaign, fear not—the base class is not proficient in firearms (although there will certainly be an archetype in the book that fix that).

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Paizo just knows how to steal my money!

Edit: This is straight off the Paizo.com official blog.

nurts:

Blizzard posted this in honor of Shark Week. #Gaming

Reminds me of Exalted.

nurts:

Blizzard posted this in honor of Shark Week. #Gaming

Reminds me of Exalted.

cybersenshi:

melissasasina:

My new d20 decided it wanted to start rolling bad. It has been set aside and is now being punished as an example to the others.

::snort::

(I see Ultimate Combat, that means Pathfindering is afoot.)

cybersenshi:

melissasasina:

My new d20 decided it wanted to start rolling bad. It has been set aside and is now being punished as an example to the others.

::snort::

(I see Ultimate Combat, that means Pathfindering is afoot.)

nearuncertainty:

wolfoverclocked:

salamandersamba:

owlturdcomix:

You have to really want to.

http://i.imgur.com/8ghzmAn.png

It’s us, you guys!

You need to be playin’ Pathfinder, also having an expert like me around would be advised as well.

Man i tried to put together a group of noobs, and they found it painful just putting together the chars. needless to say, it did not last long.

I usually start with the ol’ question: what would you like to do in the group?  Do you want to fight things with a warrior class?  Heal?  Magic?  Skill user?

Then get specific with like: what type of warrior?  Weapon master?  Holy warrior?  Rager? 

For people more in the know, I generally don’t use such simple language.  Like the first time I got my brother to play, I just told him the races and classes straight up, since he’s a WoW player and Magic the Gathering expert.

The hardest part is getting people new to the game to participate right of the bat and generally requires lots of hand holding and coddling until they’re ready.

salamandersamba:

owlturdcomix:

You have to really want to.

http://i.imgur.com/8ghzmAn.png

It’s us, you guys!

You need to be playin’ Pathfinder, also having an expert like me around would be advised as well.

jarmaha:

My Character is ready #d20 #dnd #pathfinder

I wish I was in a Pathfinder campaign so I could actually play a character.

jarmaha:

My Character is ready #d20 #dnd #pathfinder

I wish I was in a Pathfinder campaign so I could actually play a character.

jarmaha:

#pathfinder #dnd The Inner Sea World Guide #d20

That’s a great book, I hope you enjoy it!

jarmaha:

#pathfinder #dnd The Inner Sea World Guide #d20

That’s a great book, I hope you enjoy it!