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Draw your sword and charge forth into a world of adventure with Pathfinder Tales, official novels and serial web fiction that further explore the fascinating world of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Within these pages, the fantastical world of Golarion comes to life as never before, exploding with wild tales of sword and sorcery from the genre's master storytellers.

Pathfinder Tales novels are standalone adventures written by some of fantasy's bestselling authors, all set in the lovingly detailed world of Golarion. Here are the same nations, characters, and monsters that have inspired gamers around the world to new heights of imagination. Now journey through Golarion as you never have before, through the eyes of canny warriors and flippant scoundrels, and see firsthand why the Pathfinder world has twice earned the prestigious ENnie Award for Best Campaign Setting.

Novels Edit

Each Pathfinder Tales novel comes in mass-market paperback format, with new volumes released roughly every three months. You can subscribe to the line to have each volume delivered directly to you, ensuring that you always remain on top of the latest developments in the world of Pathfinder. Subscribers receive a free downloadable PDF version of each book they purchase. The first Pathfinder Tales novel was Dave Gross's Prince of Wolves, which debuted at GenCon 2010.

Web fiction Edit

Every week, Paizo's talented authors present Pathfinder Tales web fiction, short multi-part adventures featuring the exploits of daring denizens of the Pathfinder world. These completely free adventures give a taste of the thrills to come in Pathfinder Tales novels, and often feature some of the very same characters from the same cast of superstar authors and game creators! Just as he launched the novels line, Dave Gross holds the honor of penning the first story to be featured in Pathfinder Tales web fiction, "The Lost Pathfinder", which went live on June 2, 2010.

Paizo is currently investigating additional electronic formats, so be sure to check back and visit the official Pathfinder Tales forums for the latest book announcements and new developments!

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