Books, Scenarios, And More
The Humble Pathfinder Second Edition Bundle is now live. Included in the bundle are three tiers of all-digital Pathfinder RPG content that Humble says will keep you and your friends "entertained for hours". This time, however, there's a special surprise: one of the tiers offers a physical Pathfinder core rulebook delivered to your door.
As ever, a portion of your purchase goes to charity. This time, Pathfinder creator Paizo is working with three charities committed to diversity and racial justice: the National Urban League, the Carl Brandon Society, and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. Paizo says this bundle will help to support "creating a diverse gaming audience that is free of racial injustice". Let's take a look at what you get in each tier.
Humble Pathfinder Second Edition Bundle - Tier 1
The first tier of Paizo and Humble's Pathfinder bundle is stuffed with content. You get a digital core Pathfinder rulebook and character sheet pack plus four additional adventures: Fall of Plaguestone, The Lost Pathfinder, Hell's Pawns, and A Lesson in Taxonomy. There are also three flip-mats included: one for the world of Fall of Plaguestone, a classic pirate ship, and a monastery scene. You can print these images out to use in physical games or use them on digital platforms like Roll20. Finally, there are two quest packs in Tier 1: Unforgiving Fire and Grehunde's Gorget. These quests are both designed for characters between levels 1 and 4 (subtiers 1-2 and 3-4).
The second tier of the Humble Pathfinder Second Edition Bundle contains a world guide for the Age of Lost Omens, which features 10 diverse regions and a two-sided poster map. You'll also get four more adventures in the form of Plague of Light, The Illusionist, Hell or High Water, and A Passage to Absalom. Pathfinder Society quest "Port Peril Pub Crawl" and Pathfinder Society Scenario "Trailblazer's Bounty" are also both included in Tier 2 and are designed for level 1-4 characters with subtiers 1-2 and 3-4. Rounding off Tier 2 are four more flip-mats: the Tavern Multipack, Falls & Rapids, a Swamp scene, and Wicked Dungeon. You'll also get everything from Tier 1 if you purchase this Tier.
In Tier 3, you'll find a Bestiary containing information about Pathfinder's many creatures. There's also a Lost Omens character guide that introduces new ancestries and character archetypes. Four more adventures are included in this Tier, which means you're getting 12 adventures overall if you purchase at Tier 3. The four adventures at this tier are The Treasure of Far Thallai, Killing Time, Husks, and The Compass Stone. Two more Pathfinder Society scenarios are also included: Flooded King's Court and Tarnbreaker's Trail. Finally, you'll find four flip-mats in the form of Mythos Dungeon, Bigger Sewer, Bigger Forest, and Winter Forest, along with the Frozen Sites map pack.
Uniquely for a Humble Bundle set, the Humble Pathfinder Second Edition Bundle also contains a bonus tier. If you pay at this Tier, you will receive a physical copy of the Pathfinder Second Edition core rulebook. Paizo says that you'll be "responsible for shipping fees" for this book, but that Paizo itself will fulfil shipping. Full instructions will be included in the email you'll receive from Humble if you decide to buy the bundle. Naturally, you'll get everything from the above three tiers in addition to your physical rulebook.
There's plenty here for fans of tabletop role-playing to get started with Pathfinder Second Edition. If you've ever had the slightest inclination towards tabletop gaming, we suggest you head over to Humble right now and pick up your Humble Pathfinder Second Edition Bundle. While you're there, don't forget to take a look at Humble's monthly Choice subscription service, and if you're a Warhammer fan, get stuck into the Humble Warhammer Bundle 2020.
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