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15th Nov '16 7:37:26 AM Spark9
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Now has a [[Characters/{{Pathfinder}} Character Sheet]].

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Now has a [[Characters/{{Pathfinder}} Character Sheet]].
Sheet]]. See also ''TabletopGame/PathfinderSociety'', the ongoing public campaign run by Paizo using the Pathfinder system; it spans an overarching plot of several seasons.
13th Nov '16 12:19:11 AM Random888
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* HistoricalDomainCharacter: ''Reign of Winter'' includes RasputinTheMadMonk and Anastasia [[spoiler:(Rasputin is the son of Literature/BabaYaga, Anastasia ''was'' killed with the other Romanovs, but Rasputin resurrected her using a lock of her hair)]].

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* HistoricalDomainCharacter: ''Reign of Winter'' includes RasputinTheMadMonk and Anastasia [[DidAnastasiaSurvive Anastasia]] [[spoiler:(Rasputin is the son of Literature/BabaYaga, Anastasia ''was'' killed with the other Romanovs, but Rasputin resurrected her using a lock of her hair)]].
20th Oct '16 5:35:27 AM TheNerevarine
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In addition, it has received its own comic series licensed by Creator/DynamiteComics in 2012, featuring its iconic characters as the main cast and ran for a total of 12 issues, as well as featuring many special chapters detailing the character's origins and one miniseries called ''Goblins''. Dynamite is also working on a CrossoverCrisis event called ''Pathfinder: Worldscape'' in October 2016, featuring characters from other properties beyond Golarion.

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In addition, it has received its own comic series licensed by Creator/DynamiteComics in 2012, featuring its iconic characters as the main cast and ran for a total of 12 issues, as well as featuring many special chapters detailing the character's origins and one miniseries called ''Goblins''. Dynamite is also working on a CrossoverCrisis CrisisCrossover event called ''Pathfinder: Worldscape'' ''ComicBook/PathfinderWorldscape'' in October 2016, featuring characters from other properties beyond Golarion.
19th Oct '16 9:18:02 PM TheNerevarine
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In addition, it has received its own comic series licensed by Creator/DynamiteComics in 2012, featuring its iconic characters as the main cast and ran for a total of 12 issues, as well as featuring many special chapters detailing the character's origins and one miniseries called ''Goblins''. Dynamite is also working on a CrossoverCrisis event called ''Pathfinder: Worldscape'' in October 2016, featuring characters from other properties beyond Golarion.
19th Oct '16 12:40:15 AM dvorak
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** Attic Whisperers are the ghosts of little children animating a body formed from the detritus found in attics or basements. They formed from children left to die forgotten and alone. Their single drive in undeath is to find a friend to play with. [[Film/TheShining Forever and ever and ever.]]
1st Oct '16 5:05:01 PM supergod
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* CharacterAlignment: Much like its [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons predecessor]], though there has been some debate on if it's relevant nowadays. With the "Champions of..." Player Companions, they have a bit of a more "in-depth" look at the typical alignments.
** In Champions of Purity, the typical LawfulGood roles are governmental Builders, evil hunting [[ThePaladin Crusaders]], and Guardians. The typical NeutralGood roles are Healers, Mediators, and Redeemers. The typical ChaoticGood roles are Activists, [[LaResistance Freedom Fighters]], and {{Vigilantes}}.
** In Champions of Balance, the typical LawfulNeutral roles are Executors, [[TheJudge Judges]], and Mechanists. The typical TrueNeutral roles are Agents of Balance, [[TheAntiNihilist Fatalists]], and Naturalists. The typical ChaoticNeutral roles are [[HotBlooded Impulsives]], [[RebelliousSpirit Rebels]], and Saboteurs.
** In Champions of Corruption, the typical LawfulEvil roles are manipulative Despots, evil serving [[{{Mooks}} Minions]], and Swindlers. The typical NeutralEvil roles are [[StrawNihilist Annihilists]], egotistical {{Narcissist}}s, and [[ItAmusedMe Psychopaths]]. The typical ChaoticEvil roles are Devotees, Furies, and [[TheHedonist Hedonists]].

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* CharacterAlignment: Much [[invoked]] Uses the "good-neutral-evil" and "law-neutral-chaos" system, much like its [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons predecessor]], though there has been some debate on if it's relevant nowadays.predecessor]]. With the "Champions of..." Player Companions, they have a bit of a more "in-depth" look at the typical alignments.
** [[invoked]] In Champions of Purity, the typical LawfulGood roles are governmental Builders, evil hunting [[ThePaladin Crusaders]], and Guardians. The typical NeutralGood roles are Healers, Mediators, and Redeemers. The typical ChaoticGood roles are Activists, [[LaResistance Freedom Fighters]], and {{Vigilantes}}.
** [[invoked]] In Champions of Balance, the typical LawfulNeutral roles are Executors, [[TheJudge Judges]], and Mechanists. The typical TrueNeutral roles are Agents of Balance, [[TheAntiNihilist Fatalists]], and Naturalists. The typical ChaoticNeutral roles are [[HotBlooded Impulsives]], [[RebelliousSpirit Rebels]], and Saboteurs.
** [[invoked]] In Champions of Corruption, the typical LawfulEvil roles are manipulative Despots, evil serving [[{{Mooks}} Minions]], and Swindlers. The typical NeutralEvil roles are [[StrawNihilist Annihilists]], egotistical {{Narcissist}}s, and [[ItAmusedMe Psychopaths]]. The typical ChaoticEvil roles are Devotees, Furies, and [[TheHedonist Hedonists]].
1st Oct '16 4:19:55 PM Gaming28
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** In Champions of Corruption, the typical LawfulEvil roles are manipulative Despots, evil serving [[{{Mooks}} Minions]], and Swindlers. The typical NeutralEvil roles are [[StrawNihilist Annihilists]], egotistical {{Narcissists}}, and [[ItAmusedMe Psychopaths]]. The typical ChaoticEvil roles are Devotees, Furies, and [[TheHedonist Hedonists]].

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** In Champions of Corruption, the typical LawfulEvil roles are manipulative Despots, evil serving [[{{Mooks}} Minions]], and Swindlers. The typical NeutralEvil roles are [[StrawNihilist Annihilists]], egotistical {{Narcissists}}, {{Narcissist}}s, and [[ItAmusedMe Psychopaths]]. The typical ChaoticEvil roles are Devotees, Furies, and [[TheHedonist Hedonists]].
1st Oct '16 4:18:42 PM Gaming28
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** In Champions of Corruption, the typical LawfulEvil roles are manipulative Despots, evil serving [[{{Mooks}} Minions]], and Swindlers. The typical NeutralEvil roles are [[StrawNihilist Annihilists]], egotistical [[{{Narcissists}}]], and [[ItAmusedMe Psychopaths]]. The typical ChaoticEvil roles are Devotees, Furies, and [[TheHedonist Hedonists]].

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** In Champions of Corruption, the typical LawfulEvil roles are manipulative Despots, evil serving [[{{Mooks}} Minions]], and Swindlers. The typical NeutralEvil roles are [[StrawNihilist Annihilists]], egotistical [[{{Narcissists}}]], {{Narcissists}}, and [[ItAmusedMe Psychopaths]]. The typical ChaoticEvil roles are Devotees, Furies, and [[TheHedonist Hedonists]].
1st Oct '16 4:17:56 PM Gaming28
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** In Champions of Corruption, the typical LawfulEvil roles are manipulative Despots, evil serving [[{{Mooks}} Minions]], and Swindlers. The typical NeutralEvil roles are [[StrawNihilist Annihilists]], egotistical Narcissists, and Psychopaths. The typical ChaoticEvil roles are Devotees, Furies, and [[TheHedonist Hedonists]].

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** In Champions of Corruption, the typical LawfulEvil roles are manipulative Despots, evil serving [[{{Mooks}} Minions]], and Swindlers. The typical NeutralEvil roles are [[StrawNihilist Annihilists]], egotistical Narcissists, [[{{Narcissists}}]], and Psychopaths.[[ItAmusedMe Psychopaths]]. The typical ChaoticEvil roles are Devotees, Furies, and [[TheHedonist Hedonists]].
1st Oct '16 4:11:20 PM Gaming28
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** In Champions of Corruption, the typical LawfulEvil roles are manipulative Despots, evil serving {{Mooks Minions}}, and Swindlers. The typical NeutralEvil roles are [[StrawNihilist Annihilists]], egotistical Narcissists, and Psychopaths. The typical ChaoticEvil roles are Devotees, Furies, and [[TheHedonist Hedonists]].

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** In Champions of Corruption, the typical LawfulEvil roles are manipulative Despots, evil serving {{Mooks Minions}}, [[{{Mooks}} Minions]], and Swindlers. The typical NeutralEvil roles are [[StrawNihilist Annihilists]], egotistical Narcissists, and Psychopaths. The typical ChaoticEvil roles are Devotees, Furies, and [[TheHedonist Hedonists]].
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