Doc Holliday is one of the most famous figures of the American West. A gentleman and a scholar who became a gambler and gunfighter, Doc was a man who did not fear death. An unparalleled gunhand, and a canny gambler, he's become an archetype. If you'd like to bring a character that bears Doc's traits (both the strengths and weaknesses) to your Pathfinder game, here's a guide to get you started.
ICONS Superpowered Roleplaying: The Assembled Edition is the updated core book for the superhero RPG, containing material from other supplement.
The Wurst of Grimtooth's Traps from Necromancer Games is a collection of some of the deadliest traps from the original series, all updated to work with D&D 3.x.
Ed Greenwood Presents Elminster's Forgotten Realms is an extensive resource of Realms-related material from their creator.
Carl Lucas was a man convicted of a crime he didn't commit. When an experiment gave him superhuman strength, and skin like steel, he used his new powers to clear his reputation. Going under the assumed name Luke Cage, he became Harlem's greatest hero. If you're looking for a good way to make Luke in your Pathfinder game, this guide should get you started.
After the events that conspire see his kingdom cut off from him, Prince Noctis is given access to the ability to summon the weapons of his forbearers to come to his aid. These royal arms, also referred to as armiger weapons, possess enormous powers that can help you conquer even the most insurmountable foes. However, while many are presented to you over the course of the storyline, there are many that you must go and seek out yourself in the open world.
The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Advanced Player's Guide is a role playing game supplement published by Paizo that provides optional rules and new classes, feats, equipment and spells for the Pathfinder game.
Horror on the Orient Express published by Chaosium Inc. is a massive Call of Cthulhu campaign that takes players across Europe from London to Constantinople and back.
Barbarians are one of the best-known base classes in the Pathfinder roleplaying game. However, if you want to mix up your barbarian, you should consider adding a dose of the following classes to create a truly unique (and deadly) cocktail to your game. After all, why limit yourself when it comes to fantastical concepts?
Fearful Passages is a collection of nine scenarios based around forms of transport published by Chaosium Inc. for the Call of Cthulhu role playing game.
Sacraments of Evil is a role playing game supplement published by Chaosium Inc. containing a collection of scenarios set in 1890s Britain for use with the Call of Cthulhu role playing game.
Mansions of Madness is a collection of five scenarios around the central theme of haunted houses, published by Chaosium Inc. for use with the Call of Cthulhu role playing game.
Michael Myers was the face of the slasher genre. A disturbed 6-year-old child, Michael murdered his older sister one Halloween night. No motive was ever found, and those who interacted with Michael saw something. The boy's face was just a mask. What lurked behind that mask was pure, unadulterated evil. An ancient evil that had devoured the boy, and would use him for its own, fell purposes. If you've been looking for a way to bring that kind of horror to your Pathfinder table, here's a way to get yourself started.
The barbarian is a character with an iconic lineage. Calling back to archetypes like Kull, Conan, and others of their ilk, barbarians draw on a well of inner strength, and a physicality that makes them forces to be reckoned with. Bringing barbarian characters to life can be tough, though, but this list of 5 roleplaying suggestions should give you some ideas to get started.
Adventures in Arkham Country is a set of scenarios published by Chaosium Inc. for use with their Call of Cthulhu role playing game and the sixth supplement in the Lovecraft Country series.
Tales of the Miskatonic Valley by Chaosium Inc. is a collection of scenarios set in the 1920s for use with the Lovecraft Country series of Call of Cthulhu supplements.
Arcana Journal #1 is the first in a series of generic role playing game supplements that cover the Arcana setting and supplement the Arcana Core Book.
No Man's Sky is filled with valuable crafting and trading resources. However, that doesn't make money any less important. Like any game, players are going to need to farm if they want to amass enough money to help them further explore the universe.
The Arcana Core Book is the main book for the generic role playing game supplement setting Arcana.