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Starfinder Organised Play

Paizo have announced the launch of Starfinder Society Roleplaying Guild. The Starfinder game takes place in the distant future of the Pathfinder world. The Starfinder Society traces its mysterious history back to the Pathfinder Society of present day. 

We want you to get the very best out of the Pathfinder Society adventures at UK Games Expo and have a reasonable level of challenge, so it’s important to let us know the Class and Level of your character. It will also help other players to see if a Class or Combat Role is missing from your party so they can step in and fill it themselves. GMs will be able to take a look and plan for the probable party level.

Please log in to your UK Games Expo account as soon as you can. Find the Pathfinder games you are playing and the “Additional Information” tab. Add your ClassCombat Role and Level. (You can update this later if you go up Levels.) But don’t worry if you don't have an existing Pathfinder Society character. We will provide you with a Pre generated character so you can just sit down and play.

Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can do.

Pathfinder Special

The Solstice Scar – the new Pathfinder Special makes it’s European Premiere at UK Games Expo. It's a multi-table interactive adventure in which each group’s actions can affect neighbouring groups and contribute to the entire room’s success. Don't miss it!

Now Paizo offer support with Player and GM Boons for local Pathfinder events and clubs that are open to the public and have an associated Venture Officer. Players can wins boons and GMs can collect credits to cash them in for an unusual race Boon.

UK Games Expo

Paizo come to UK Games Expo in a big way this year. We are delighted to welcome Paizo personalities with a full exhibition stand with demonstrations and displays. Plus the Pathfinder Special. UK Games Expo runs from 2–4 June 2017 at the NEC, Birmingham.

Paizo Pathfinder at Airecon

Airecon is primarily a boardgaming event and traditionally it hasn’t offered any role-playing games but this year Ian Hawthorne and Mark Price brought a taste of roleplaying. For many of the players it was their very first experience of an RPG. (“How do I roll this d4 thing?”).