In response to an open letter, Erik Mona has said the company plans to remove slavery from Pathfinder.
Paizo will publish a fantasy adventure, Agents of Edgewatch, it has some police themes in it, which they recognise might make some people uncomfortable.
Stevens will continue as a CEO for now, but the move is part of the planned retirement of the company’s founder.
D&D 5e design team member Robert J. Schwalb is responsible for the stats and rules in the book. He’s joined by industry vets like Aaron Loeb (Book of the Righteous), Erik Mona (Paizo Publishing), and Chris Pramas (AD&D Guide to Hell).
The big press release from the two companies says that the Pathfinder, Worldscape and Starfinder marathon kicks off off tomorrow, October 11th, at 11am Pacific Time on the Official Paizo Twitch stream. The only problem with that is tomorrow is the 12th. I’ve taken a peak at Twitch. Right now in Paizo land there’s the […]
Paizo has announced Pathfinder Origins as the next comic series based on the Pathfinder RPG. The Redmond company has again teamed with Dynamite Entertainment for the work. In Pathfinder Origins the early days of the iconic Pathfinder heroes will be told and each issue will focus on one of them (Valeros, Seoni, Harsk, Merisiel, Kyra, […]
Following on Jim Zub’s successful Pathfinder comic book series, now also being offered in a collection called Pathfinder: Dark Waters Rising, Paizo have launched a Pathfinder goblins series too. Erik Mona informed fans; “A goblin horde stormed the offices of Paizo, demanding we chronicle their adventures from a goblin point of view,” “With the threats […]
Jim Zub is a writer and artist based in Toronto, Canada. He has worked for Capcom, Hasbro, Namco-Bandai and others. Jim’s the lead writer on the new Pathfinder comics and has agreed to do a Q&A interview with Geek Native. Geek Native quoted Jim along with the first art teasers from the series. He said; […]
Paizo Publishing have granted Dynamite Entertainment a license to create and publish a Pathfinder comic book. As Paizo is quick to point out; Pathfinder is now tied with Dungeons & Dragons as the best-selling hobby RPG. It was first published in 2009. Dynamite is a little older, founded in 2004, it now has a range of […]