Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Core Rulebook
ISBN: 1601258879
EAN13: 9781601258878
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 23, 2016
Pages: 576
Dimensions: 1.3" H x 8.4" L x 6.7" W
Weight: 2.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Core Rulebook

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   Buyer beware
Be careful with some of the listings. I didn't see the pocket edition in this one. I was happy with my purchase but it was funny to see a tiny version of the players handbook. It's in the outer pocket of my backpack. That is a plus. It doesn't take up a lot of space. The cons are now on the table. It's difficult to read. They scaled down the original book to make it 888-282-0465 888-282-0465 888-282-0465. I took a star. This works on the go if you need a quick reference.
   Make sure you’re OK with tiny print first!
The book was exactly what I was looking for in a role- playing book. The print on the paperback version is very small and hard to read if you don't have good eyes.
I am really glad to have my own copy of the core rulebook. I'm not saying I won't play dungeons and dragons again, but if pathfinder doesn't have far more, already built in, I'm not going to.
   What is this, a Book for Ants?..
I just got the book and I like it. I can't read this because the Font is so bad. If you have glasses, be aware that this is the default size.
   Great for beginners, esp at the price
I wanted something smaller to carry to games because I didn't want to invest in the larger books just yet. It works for just learning the game rules.
   Still the best pen and paper RPG of all time.
The spiritual successor and improved version of DandD is the best ever made. Paizo improved the 3.5 edition even more, so most of the credit goes to WotC. If you are looking for a simple game, this is not for you. I recommend the 5 th edition of DandD or the excellent 2E for that. I have played all of those but always return to the same game, and will do so until they come up with something better. If you want the most well- defined game rules in the world, Pathfinder is the place to go. You can have a huge collection of content for under $200 with the plethora of excellent supplemental books that can be had brand new for under $20 in smaller paperback versions. 5e is referred to as 4e.
   Absolutely Awesome
I haven't played the 2 nd edition of the game, but it will have to go a long way to replace this edition at my table. I have converted it to Savage Worlds, but all the pocket editions are essential for the same content as the hardbacks.
   Something Affordable
I didn't like the idea of having to spend hundreds of dollars again for a system that was essentially the same as DandD. They fixed a couple of things and streamlined the rules, but it was also missing some information that I would have had to do without for a long time. I would have to spend full price again, making me even more broke. With these pocket books, there is no excuse for them being small, but they are even more portable. If you recognize how stupid the 2 nd edition is, you can jump into the massiveness of the first edition.