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This book is a guide to playing the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, but it isn't a substitute for the Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook. Many rules and concepts in the . The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Strategy Guide is an indispensable RPG subscription at the time this product ships in order to receive the PDF for free.). This my review for the Pathfinder Strategy Guide. valuable member of the party ". Seems like the $10 pdf is the way to go here, at least for me.

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I wish they put as much thought into their other books. Who is this Book useful For? The introduction makes this very clear, this is a book for beginning players.

Players who have been playing for years will get very little use out of this. The book is a less imposing tomb for someone who has completed a beginning type quest and now needs to make their own character.

I have heard it argued that this book's effectiveness is lessened by the number of times it references the core rulebook.

My opinion is twofold 1 The information presented here will let a player play, the additional information in the core rulebook is something a GM know most of the time.

Yet all of Piazo's rules are online, and everyone is online to access them. Players who need more information can google. These two reasons combined make me think this book stands on it own well, and is not let down by its referencing to the core rulebook. Where I think the book will shine is actually as a loan book for DMs. I think it is a terrific volume to have on hand, and to lend to a person who has had a taste of roleplaying and wants to rig up a character.

They'll read it, reference it a few times, and then not need it again. Select Your Character The first chapter opens with a short questionnaire to suggest a character.

The way it does this is quite cleaver, instead of suggesting a class immediately it suggests a concept such as shadow, smasher, thief. There are 26 concepts suggest by the questionnaire, each on has a brief half a page blurb about them, and in this blurb it suggest a class and refers the reader to that class. I think this is great, as new players can't often see the connection between their favored idea of a character, and class options.

Detailed Information The next session gives a simple overview of the races, alignment, ability scores, and then breaks down a character sheet. I think its criminal the number of RPG core rulebooks that do reference a character sheet. Chapter 3: Harsk , Amiri, and Sajan fight a bulette.

Chapter 4: Merisiel battles a drow priestess underground. Chapter 5: Tyla steals a gem from an ancient jungle temple. Her companions, Kapos and Anderi , attempt to warn her of a snake attack.

Chapter 6: Seltyiel fends off a keketar in the Maelstrom. Chapter 7: Merisiel and Valeros fight followers of Razmir. Chapter 8: Valeros and Seoni attack a brass golem.

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It should use page references so players can know where to find information about the feats, or whatever part of their character sheet confuses them. Instead it is a brief overview of the sections that is barely more help than section headings. The rest of this section goes through the core character classes. Each class gets an overview, and step by step instructions on how to create a 1st level character, and then how to level them up. This is a much better presentation of leveling up than I have seen before.

Levels offer suggested advice on leveling up such as suggested feats and spells.

This will not make the world's most powerful character, but it will help someone create a workable character. The big aspects here are everything you need to know about creating and leveling a class is here with simple suggested advice.

Also interesting: Unless this book is to become obsolete, Pathfinder Unchained is not overriding the core rulebook. All classes here are straight from the core rulebook, none of the additional rules from Unchained are here.

General Role Playing Advice This section has several topics of advice and rules. It talks about the differences between combat and narrative mode something the core rulebook assumes players know.

It talks a player through other common situations like attacks of opportunity, diplomacy, and the basic combat maneuvers.

Overall the big advantage of this section of the book is its presentation. It intends to cover the usual situations in a clear manner. The less pleasing aspects were 1 No discussion on skill checks. There was no discussion on how skill checks were made outside combat or diplomacy. To me this is an oversight, skills are a key part of play but here they are absent. In my experience this is a key rule that comes up more frequently than overrun, yet the later is detailed and acrobatics is not.Learn more about Amazon Giveaway.

Select Your Character The first chapter opens with a short questionnaire to suggest a character.

I know I'd buy it. The chapters have a different border color much like Ultimate Equipment.

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