Thursday, September 16, 2010

Pathfinder 3rd-Party Support?

OK, looking at Pathfinder, are there any 3rd-party supplements I should definitely check out in anticipation of an upcoming PFRPG game? Now’s your chance for maximum pimpage of you know of something cool. I’m already all over Legendary Blades (Purple Duck) and the amazingly useful SORD Pf. I’m also peeking at IPG’s line of stuff. What else?

12 comments:

Stargazer said...

I can recommend any Pathfinder stuff by Open Design. Their stuff is usually very high quality and on par with what you expect from Paizo, albeit with less artwork.
I have reviewed Sunken Empires and it immediately made me want to run a Pathfinder campaign using it.

Alex Schroeder said...

I had heard about Strategists & Tacticians from the author's blog. This is just one of the 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming books for PFRPG.

Zachary Houghton said...

Oh yeah, Open Design's stuff is excellent!

Alex Schroeder said...

Frog God Games...

Matthew A.C. said...

If you are looking for a book of sweet monsters . . . http://www.rpgnow.com/product_info.php?products_id=82367

The Fey Folio.

jonbrazer.com said...

You should check out the Book of Beasts: Monsters of the River Nations. It has more than 20 new and interesting monsters players could encounter. Perfect for games where the players are founding their own nation, encountering rulers or fighting bandits. Ask about it at your local game store and if you buy the print book, you get the PDF for free.

satyre said...

Another vote for Open Design - if you use the Advanced Players Guide then take a look at Advanced Feats: Secrets of the Alchemist - lots of feats and not just for alchemists; very good if you want a Final Fantasy feel to your game.

mxyzplk said...

I use Open Design's Sunken Empires and Adamant's Tome of Secrets in my current PFRPG campaign.

Mark Gedak said...

Thanks for the mention. I like 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming, they have a lot of fun quirky spells and Rite Publishing has a number of races that I like a lot.

- Mark Gedak
Purple Duck Games

TheMetal1 said...

Haven't seen too much 3rd Party stuff, but one I came across today has a ton of possiblities from Highmoon Media. Here is the quote from their website on the products:

Liber Sodalitas (Lee-ber Soh-DAH-lee-tas, lit. The Book of Societies) presents individual organizations that can be dropped into any fantasy game. Each release includes history, tenets, organization, membership requirements and NPCs, as well as new rules for your game.

The one I was reading came in the Haitian Relief Bundle from RPG now goes for about $3.00. It's called The Dream Healer. Kind of an "Inception" or "Dream Warriors" typae of thing. Both as a Challenge for your players or a future prestige class. Won't neccesarly replace a Cleric class, but some cool plot ideas non-the-less.

Trina said...

I definitely think that Pathfinder is one of the most solid RPGs on the market today. I'm glad to see that there is a growing number of third party products supporting it.

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mahjongg said...

this 3rd party support works good, i am using it from 1 year and it really going very well.