Newbies absolutely welcomed. Please check the links below for help in creating a legal Pathfinder Society character. If necessary, someone can show up early to a session to help you. Note that players showing up with an incomplete or illegal character sheet will be using a pregenerated character.
There are subtle differences from “Society play” and “Regular Pathfinder”. Please check the Guide to Organized Play for details.
All players must RSVP to be guaranteed a place in the game, provided a place exists. Priority will be given to RSVPs, then to those waitlisted.
While many Pathfinders meet unfortunate fates in their ongoing explorations of the dangerous world of Golarion, some retire with decades' worth of treasure in their coffers, and their lives still intact. When one such Pathfinder approaches the Grand Lodge with the hidden location of her treasure vault, it falls upon a new generation of Pathfinders to retrieve from within a valuable keepsake. That they can keep anything other than the ex-Pathfinder's locket makes the assignment all the sweeter.
Written by Savannah Broadway.
Season Five Faction Goals are linked here.
Need the Pathfinder Society Guide to Organized Play? Yes, you do. Character creation and other necessary rule information is here. Click here. Please note that this document changed on August 5th.
Click here for the Pathfinder Society FAQs.
Looking for the Pathfinder Reference Document? Click here.
Click here for the Pathfinder Wiki.
Click here for the list of allowed resources.
There is a very basic Pathfinder character builder here. When you first load the program, check the box that says "Use Pathfinder Society Rules". This program is free for the first five levels, but is limited to three race choices and five class choices. There are other options out there, but you are responsible for ensuring your character is society-legal.
Note that by RSVPing to attend, you are making a commitment and you may be taking a place that someone else would use. If plans change, do change your RSVP with them. No-showing puts you at risk of being kicked. A second infraction risks a banning.
Pathfinder Society is a community and for the community to grow, everyone needs to contribute. To that end, we have a loose policy for GMing roughly one out of every five games you play. To see where you are in our points system, click here to be directed to our discussion thread. Please be sure to check this thread often for information on Pathfinder Society play in Kingwood.