Join professors Caleb, Christian, and Robert as they teach you all about both 1st and 2nd edition of the Pathfinder Tabletop Roleplaying Game. We talk about game mechanics, review books and classes, discuss GM and player techniques, and much more! From beginners to experts, everyone can attend this class for a great time.
Class Overview: Core - Summoner (1E)
Detailed overview of the 1E Summoner class published in the Advanced Players Guide.
321 - Player vs Character [ft. Geoff 'iNcontroL' Robinson]
This episode covers the differences between being a player and acting as a character. Featuring the late Geoff 'iNcontroL' Robinson.
313 - Multiclassing (1E)
This episode covers everything you need to know about multiclassing.
Ancestry Overview: Lizardfolk (2E)
Detailed overview of the Lizardfolk race (also known as Iruxi) published in Lost Omens: Character Guide (2E).
101 - Basic Mechanics (2E)
This episode is a must-listen for any first-time Pathfinder 2E players. Professors Caleb and Rob go over the basic mechanics of the game with something for new and knowledgeable players alike.
Book Review: Core Rule Book (2E)
This episode reviews the Core Rule Book (2E).
I don't do reviews
I don't normally write reviews but I'm thrilled you guys are back. Your insight has always helped me prep my games and I'm glad you're back for 2e!
...you guys are the best for Pathfinder commentary. So glad you’re back. I need Christian’s super-secret special project, whatever it is. Also, more more more 1E content, please!!
Yay They’re Back!
One of the few podcasts that perform in-depth reviews of Pathfinder books and even among the fewer that breakdown the books with enough detail to go chapter by chapter.
I discovered this podcast when they did the Pathfinder Playtest review and was sad when the podcast seemed to have gone on hiatus shortly afterwards.
Yay to discover they are back. They help hold your engagement with humor and as a person who doesn’t have quite the free time to read all of the books Paizo puts out, getting reviews and breakdowns of their books are invaluable.