Paizo Blog Summary for October 6

I don’t know about where you live, but around here it’s getting cooler and wetter. Never a great combination, but a perfect excuse to curl up with a mug of something hot and read the Paizo blog. Feel free to curl up with a mug of something ice cold, as required.

Big news for fans of the The Silverhex Chronicles Quests on Monday: they have been released for to the public for free! Now every GM has a series of short adventures at his or her fingertips, to entice new players into our hobby. And they’re a good little series of scenarios, perfect as an introduction to Pathfinder and Organized Play. A big thank-you to the authors, Josh Foster, Scott Sharplin, and Walter Sheppard.

Tuesday brought us a look at some of the villains for the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, including the OSS (Obligatory Shark Section). I’m hoping to try the game out this week, but maybe without encountering the owlbeartross? Probably a good plan.

On Wednesday we got a first look at an NPC making the leap from Pathfinder Tales novel to Adventure Path. Fans of Tim Pratt’s City of the Fallen Sky and Reign of Stars will be pleased to know that Technic League Captain Zernabeth will make an appearance in Pathfinder Adventure Path #89: Palace of Fallen Stars. I’m both pleased and suitably worried, as I recently began playing through the Iron Gods AP. My brawler might be in for ‘interesting times’.

Mark Moreland stopped by on Thursday to talk about his troubled history and love of the Paizo blog. Plus he dropped off a bunch of previews, art, and screen savers. Mmmm, screen savers…

Even better than screen savers, Eirk Mona gave us our first look on Friday at the paint masters for the upcoming Iconic Heroes Set #1. If Wizkids actually delivers on the quality of these masters, this set of iconic figures promises to be the most detailed and dynamic yet. I’m only sad they don’t drop until January, I’d love to find these in my stocking.

That’s the blog this week, gentle Pathfinders. Let me know what you think of the Quests; if you you’ve had a chance to look them over, drop a comment below.

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