Pathfinder signs partnership with Realm Works, entire adventure portfolio to be imported


You’ll soon be able to buy official Pathfinder adventure paths and other content directly through the Realm Works campaign management software suite, allowing you access to ready-to-play adventures all laid out with maps, NPCs and more.

An announcement this week from Paizo and Realm Works explains that the store will debut “in early 2016”, bringing Adventure Paths and Modules. Eventually, the store will expand to include Campaign Setting volumes, Player Companions and even rulebooks.

All the content will be customisable and editable, so you’re not locked into what Paizo has published — you can edit it on the fly and seamlessly integrate it with your own campaign, as well as search by text, keyword and more. All the images that would have been in the PDFs have been extracted for you to hand out and share with your players quickly.

Screenshots revealed so far show the iconic Rise of the Runelords adventure path integrated into the system, which is going to make a lot of people happy. Learn more at Paizo or Lone Wolf‘s official sites.

Lone Wolf also make Hero Lab, the character creation and tracking software. They signed another deal with Paizo earlier this year around Pathfinderclick here and listen to our interview about that.

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