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Diversity in Paizo’s Pathfinder

Pathfinder. I’ve talked about some of their work over the last few years, with reviews of its Lost Omens: Mwangi Expanse and Travel Guide books, and a few episodes of Lore Diver. [1][2][3][4] Broadly, these have been positive, so it’s probably time to talk about how this evolution of 3.5e D&D has handled representation and how their approach has positioned them ahead of their rivals over at Wizards.

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Going Aquatic Part 7: The GM Stuff!

You’ve done it… You’ve got the table onboard (no pun intended) with an aquatic campaign. They’re looking at the world notes, they’re bouncing character ideas around, it’s a solid session zero. But now you’re wondering what to do for their first adventure. Time to dive into the GM side of aquatic campaigns again and look at adventure content.

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