Paizo Blog Summary for December 9

Another light week on the Paizo Blog, but ’tis the Season and all that. Paizo is busy wrapping things up before the start of 2015, so blogging is understandably taking a lower priority. Still, there were a few things, including an important post yesterday, so let’s get started.

Last Monday, John Compton checked in with us on the recently closed Occult Adventures play-test. By everything I’ve heard the play-test was a success; I know there were a number of players in my area who took part. If you took part in the play-test, John has asked for additional feedback on the play-test Chronicle and how it worked for you. You can put your answers in the comments below his post.

Jump-cut to Friday. Erik Mona gave us a special run down on Pathfinder promo minis available in the Paizo store, while supplies last. The goblin minis are a no-brainer because you can never have too many gobbos, but I’m definitely picking up a hellfire wisp or three. It fits nicely into my plans for my home campaign, as well as being just creepy and cool.

Another jump-cut to yesterday, when John Compton announced the long-awaited sanctioning of Pathfinder Module: Wardens of the Reborn Forge for PFS play! Exciting news, made excitinger (it’s a word, who’s the editor here, me or you?) by the reveal that the module can be played as an alternate Seeker Arc. Yes, you heard correctly. On behalf of everyone here at PathfinderSociety.net, I just want to say a huge thank-you to John and everyone involved in getting this sanctioned, and for the additional Seeker surprise. Great work!

That’s it for the summary. But a reminder to everyone reading: if you are interested in writing for the blog you can send ideas or completed articles on ideas of interest to the PFS community here. I read everything that comes in, and I’m happy to talk article ideas with you.

Until next week, Pathfinders, just remember: Only YOU can stop murder hobos.

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