Latest Pittsburgh PFS News

June PFS and SFS: A Special at GASP and more

Summer brings with it a Special: the news of the month is that we’re going to be running 8-99-B at GASP in June! Make sure to sign up to reserve a spot. We strongly, strongly suggest posting at least the level of the character you would like to play in advance so everyone can start […] Read More

Pathfinder Society and Starfinder Society for May 2018

Welcome to the depths of winter frozen spring tundra from your friendly local Pathfinder Society! We’re looking ahead to May, now, and GASP as always has this month’s two new scenarios. Scourge of the Farheavens, the 1-5, takes place in remote Iobaria and has Sarkorian overtones. Clash in Kaimuko Wood concludes this year’s Silver Crusade […] Read More

Paizo’s Pathfinder Playtest Preorder Proceeds as Planned!

Hey everyone! The preorder for the play test materials has finally started! If you were looking to get a first taste of the new rule set, or maybe play or run the Playtest Adventure, you have until May 1st to get your order in on the Paizo Website […] Read More

Additional Resources updated

March finally brings an end to the ‘No Updated Additional Resources’ blues! The major updates are as follows: Book of the Damned and Ultimate Wilderness have been Sanctioned, including the Shifter class! The player companion People of the Wastes has some new legal options! New options for Gillmen and Merfolk from Advanced Race Guide have been […] Read More

Upcoming FAQs: Songbirds and Snowballs

A quick note from John Compton was posted regarding some upcoming FAQs and campaign clarifications: the Ring of Many Colors has been campaign-errata’d, and the Snowball spell is being updated in the campaign to the new version, with some caveats. Characters using either of these options (probably the Snowball spell) will need to plan a […] Read More

Paizo Announces Public Playtesting for Pathfinder 2

Pathfinders, Paizo has just announced some big news on their blog—Pathfinder Second Edition will be released at Gencon 2019. That’s not all, though: they’ll be launching an open playtest of Pathfinder 2 at Gencon this year, in August. Paizo Blog: First Look at the Pathfinder Playtest Paizo Blog: All About Actions Playtest Details For those […] Read More

Updates on the change to the Concordance faction

John Compton has posted more details on the Concordance changeover: The following apply to those switching to the Concordance faction: This change costs no Prestige Points. You keep any benefits earned on your previous faction’s Faction Journal Card, but after changing factions, you are no longer able to fulfill goals on the previous faction’s cards. […] Read More

Pathfinder Society and Starfinder Society for April 2018

Welcome to the depths of winter from your friendly local Pathfinder Society! With February in our rear-view mirror, we’re looking ahead not just to our March games, but also to April, and we’ve got a few things to share. First, we’re starting two Pathfinder Society mini-series: the Heresy of Man series at Victory Pointe, for […] Read More

Updates to the Guide to Organized Play

Linda Zayas-Palmer has been hard at work and we have a new point-release of the Guide to Organized Play! She’s posted a changelog as a comment on the Concordance blog post. Many of the changes are self-explanatory, but we’ll add some detail below. Page 11: We added some clarification on Pregens and APL. The change […] Read More

The Concordance of Elements is now a legal faction

The Concordance of Elements is “live,” as it were—as of February 28th’s blog post, it is a legal faction for any PFS character to select. There are a few things to keep in mind as we start sifting through what this means, and we don’t have final answers for all of our questions yet and […] Read More

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