Pathfinder 2E Paizo Update: Pathfinder 2E Core and Bestiary in Regular and Deluxe Editions

I wonder about Paizo's plans with the no-core classes (inquisitor, summoner, ninja, samurai, gunslinger, oracle, cavalier, witch..).

If dragonborns and warlocks are in the SRD of the D&D 5th Ed... Could they appear in Pth 2nd ed?
 

Yaarel

He Mage
Does anyone know what the Character Advancement table looks like for leveling. The playtest gives a sense of it, but there seems to be changes for the final product.
 

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Ghost2020

Adventurer
That 2nd ed corebook cover is not great. Why wasn't Reynolds the artist for that? If that's Reynolds...i'm shocked.

Bestiary looks awesome though.
 

Staffan

Legend
Does anyone know what the Character Advancement table looks like for leveling. The playtest gives a sense of it, but there seems to be changes for the final product.
We don't know what the final product will say yet, but in the playtest the common factors seemed to be:
1. Class feat and skill feat every even level.
2. Skill increase every odd level (except first).
3. Ancestry feats at levels 1, 5, 9, 13, and 17.
4. General feats at levels 3, 7, 11, 15, and 19.
5. Ability boosts at levels 5, 10, 15, and 20.

I haven't seen any indication that they've changed this basic structure, though they may have changed the more class-specific increases.
 

Yaarel

He Mage
We don't know what the final product will say yet, but in the playtest the common factors seemed to be:
1. Class feat and skill feat every even level.
2. Skill increase every odd level (except first).
3. Ancestry feats at levels 1, 5, 9, 13, and 17.
4. General feats at levels 3, 7, 11, 15, and 19.
5. Ability boosts at levels 5, 10, 15, and 20.

I haven't seen any indication that they've changed this basic structure, though they may have changed the more class-specific increases.

In the British interview, the Pathfinder team mentioned everyone in the party being werewolves, and using the Advancement table to reflect this. I am curious about what they meant, exactly.
 



Superchunk77

Adventurer
I'll likely wait for the PDF. While a 600 page rulebook sounds awesome, having to flip through that for references will be downright cumbersome. I must prefer PDF's with good indexes and bookmarks.
 


Ghost2020

Adventurer
As a 5e DM, I unfortunately still buy a lot of the PF books, because the majority of the adventures, setting material, and especially campaigns are very good.

As my current campaign is coming to a close, I pitched Rise of the Runelords-Shattered Star-Return of the Runelords (as a huge 3x 1-20 thing), Mummy's Mask, or Skull & Shackles for my next campaign. The overwhelming response was:

"Yes."

I have an extensive list of books that I have to buy now, though.

I totally agree!
I want to run all of these in 5e...The Dragon's Demand, Emerald Spire, Iron Fang Invasion, Giant Slayer, are all fantastic supplements and the world is exceptionally good.

Combine that with some of the 3rd party 5e supplements - Revenge of the Horde for humanoid options, Tome of Horrors, and a few conversion sites for pathfinder monsters and it's easy to just launch it without too many troubles.

That being said, i still have enough material as is to play for ages.

I will for sure buy the PDFs just to take a look. Always interested in what Paizo is doing. They're good folks who make good stuff.
 

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