AnnouncementsIf you’re planning to attend PaizoCon this year, take a peek at the Kobold Press schedule and start lining up your events and seminars! Come play or discuss games with us! PaizoCon occurs from May 22 to May 25 this year.

Friday

Midgard: Goblins in the Brewery

Friday morning, 8 a.m.–1 p.m. • Evergreen 1

Goblins mean to loot the temple of the beer goddess, Ninkash, and destroy the tunnels of the rustic community of Causeway Hill. It’s up to you to save the beer, save the town!

Midgard: Grandmother’s Fire

Friday morning, 8 a.m.–1 p.m. • Evergreen 1

No fires burn throughout the Old Margreve and fey trickery is afoot! Will you journey deep into the the woods to lift the terrible curse before the cold bite of winter kills countless innocents? Grandmother’s Fire is a wilderness fantasy Pathfinder adventure by Ben McFarland suitable for six PCs of 7th level.

Atop the Warring Blasphemies

Friday afternoon, 1–5 p.m. • Cascade 10

In the Wasted West in Midgard, goblin factions wage civil war atop two battling, time-slowed alien colossi. The captured PCs must attempt a daring escape through their cities and down the titanic bodies of the hideous Great Old Ones, named Gorthoga and Ashkharak.

Midgard: Gravebinder’s Daughter

Friday afternoon, 1–6 p.m. • Grand Ballroom

Ah, effendi, come with me and partake in a fantastic tale… one of 10 Arabian Nights of treasure, of danger, of adventure! Written by Wolfgang Baur for the Open Design Project 4, you will attempt to learn the fate of the Gravebinder’s Daughter… why did she disappear? What happened to her? Can she be saved? Recovered? Or is she lost to the terrible appetites of the sands? Will you be joining her? Sit down, effendi, and listen to my tale.

Midgard: Madman at the Bridge

Friday afternoon, 1–6 p.m. • Evergreen 2

The sound of metal screeching and groaning cuts through the morning calm as the Puffing Bridge rises quickly, allowing a tall ship to pass up or downriver. The screeching stops, and a distant voice calls out “Lower away!”

The bridge is silent; it stands open, and the city is divided until it is restored. In one short hour, the miners and merchants will throng the streets. What’s wrong at the bridge? A race against destruction for Pathfinder characters of 4th level.

Midgard: Old Honey Paws

Friday evening, 6–11 p.m. • Cascade 4

For twenty years, Mesikämmen, King of Bears, has defeated every challenger at his annual contest for Bjeornheim’s throne. Better known as Old Honey Paws, the crafty king devises new tests each year for participants from the Northlands to the far reaches of Midgard. Hoping to lure new challengers, Old Honey Paws sweetened the pot this year with an offer to share some of his own secrets with those who survive into the latter rounds.

The PCs are part of an eclectic mix of challengers who make their way to the Gloaming Crag. Events begin at a chaotic welcome banquet that feels like one part carnival and one part cage match. For clever roleplayers or devious spellcasters, it offers opportunities to learn about potential adversaries and divine details about Mesikämmen’s tests.

Seminar: Non-Human: Playing Advanced Races

Friday afternoon, 1–2 p.m. • Cascade 13

Let’s talk lizardfolk rangers, crazed derro alchemists, werefolk and catfolk, not to mention tiefling sorcerers, ghoul rogues, and gearforged paladins. What kind of new races are fun for PCs and NPCs? What makes them more than humans with a coat of paint?

Seminar: Third-Party Pathfinder RPG Publisher’s Workshop

Friday afternoon, 3:00–5:00 p.m. • Cascade 8

Are you new to publishing for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game? Want to level up as a publisher? Get a detailed overview of the Pathfinder Compatibility License and what it means for you as a publisher, and learn the ins and outs of producing material for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Bring your unreleased product for review and critique by industry veterans and your peers, learn tricks of the trades, and everything you shouldn’t do when publishing under the Pathfinder Compatibility License.

Saturday

Midgard: Beyond the Ghostlight Reef

Saturday morning, 8 a.m.–1 p.m. • Evergreen 2

Balack Giolan knows the location of hidden riches and wonders long thought lost, but there’s a catch.
They’re not his.
Will you brave the dangerous Ghostlight Reef, home to kelpies, giant squid, and a coal-black aboleth the locals call Dark Willy in order to discover what an isolated community is doing amongst the coral? Can you land on the inhospitable shore, and make your way inland to infiltrate their mysterious ziggurat? Delve into the lost mysteries of Midgard’s fallen elvish empire, if you dare. Fail, and you may just become another blood sacrifice to dark forces. Beyond the Ghostlight Reef is a wilderness fantasy Pathfinder adventure suitable for 6th-level characters.

Midgard: Goblins in the Brewery

Saturday morning, 8 a.m.–1 p.m. • Evergreen 2

Goblins mean to loot the temple of the beer goddess, Ninkash, and destroy the tunnels of the rustic community of Causeway Hill. It’s up to you to save the beer, save the town!

Seminar: We’re Not in Golarion Any More, Toto!

Saturday morning, 10–11 a.m. • Olympic 2

Sure, we all love Golarion, and yet sometimes a changeup is a good idea to avoid burnout, or just to try something new. We’ll talk about the the Southlands setting, steampunk epics, Midgard Campaign Setting, maybe even a bit of the Razor Coast. Come change it up with us!

Midgard: Grandmother’s Fire

Saturday afternoon, 1–6 p.m. • Evergreen 2

No fires burn throughout the Old Margreve and fey trickery is afoot! Will you journey deep into the the woods to lift the terrible curse before the cold bite of winter kills countless innocents? Grandmother’s Fire is a wilderness fantasy Pathfinder adventure by Ben McFarland suitable for six PCs of 7th level.

Midgard: Mayhem on Demon Mountain

Saturday afternoon, 1–6 p.m. • Evergreen 2

Mayhem Beneath Demon Mountain takes the PCs on a mission into the domain of the Master of Demon Mountain, a vile wizard whose fabled keep perches on a mountain overlooking the Rothenian plain. Korsav the wine merchant’s finest bottle of Baccan wine was stolen by his bitter rival, Ulfer Frazo, son of the Master of Demon Mountain. Mayhem ensues. For 3rd Level Pathfinder PCs.

Seminar: Intro to Game Design: Writing for Kobold Press

Saturday afternoon, 3–4 p.m. • Cascade 13

If you have a great idea or a manuscript, how does that turn into a PDF or a printed book? Where do you start, and how do you improve? Come chat with the kobolds for a view of the editorial side of RPG publishing, and learn how to get into print as a game designer.

Midgard: Goblins in the Brewery

Saturday evening, 6–11 p.m. • Cascade 4

Goblins mean to loot the temple of the beer goddess, Ninkash, and destroy the tunnels of the rustic community of Causeway Hill. It’s up to you to save the beer, save the town!

Sunday

Midgard: Gravebinder’s Daughter

Sunday morning, 8 a.m.–1 p.m. • Evergreen 2

Ah, effendi, come with me and partake in a fantastic tale… one of 10 Arabian Nights of treasure, of danger, of adventure! Written by Wolfgang Baur for the Open Design Project 4, you will attempt to learn the fate of the Gravebinder’s Daughter… why did she disappear? What happened to her? Can she be saved? Recovered? Or is she lost to the terrible appetites of the sands? Will you be joining her? Sit down, effendi, and listen to my tale.

Midgard: Old Honey Paws

Sunday morning, 8 a.m.–1 p.m. • Evergreen 2

For twenty years, Mesikämmen, King of Bears, has defeated every challenger at his annual contest for Bjeornheim’s throne. Better known as Old Honey Paws, the crafty king devises new tests each year for participants from the Northlands to the far reaches of Midgard. Hoping to lure new challengers, Old Honey Paws sweetened the pot this year with an offer to share some of his own secrets with those who survive into the latter rounds.

The PCs are part of an eclectic mix of challengers who make their way to the Gloaming Crag. Events begin at a chaotic welcome banquet that feels like one part carnival and one part cage match. For clever roleplayers or devious spellcasters, it offers opportunities to learn about potential adversaries and divine details about Mesikämmen’s tests.

Seminar: How to Self-Publish Your Homebrew

Sunday afternoon, 1–2 p.m. • Cascade 13

Is it the Impossible Dream? Maybe! But if you really want to publish your home campaign setting, we’ll talk about some tools, tricks, and tactics to turn a hard-drive full of notes into something someone else might read and run!

Midgard: Beyond the Ghostlight Reef

Sunday afternoon, 1–6 p.m. • Evergreen 2

Balack Giolan knows the location of hidden riches and wonders long thought lost, but there’s a catch.
They’re not his.
Will you brave the dangerous Ghostlight Reef, home to kelpies, giant squid, and a coal-black aboleth the locals call Dark Willy in order to discover what an isolated community is doing amongst the coral? Can you land on the inhospitable shore, and make your way inland to infiltrate their mysterious ziggurat? Delve into the lost mysteries of Midgard’s fallen elvish empire, if you dare. Fail, and you may just become another blood sacrifice to dark forces. Beyond the Ghostlight Reef is a wilderness fantasy Pathfinder adventure suitable for 6th-level characters.

Midgard: Grandmother’s Fire

Sunday afternoon, 1–6 p.m. • Evergreen 2

No fires burn throughout the Old Margreve and fey trickery is afoot! Will you journey deep into the the woods to lift the terrible curse before the cold bite of winter kills countless innocents? Grandmother’s Fire is a wilderness fantasy Pathfinder adventure by Ben McFarland suitable for six PCs of 7th level.

Midgard: Old Honey Paws

Sunday evening, 6–11 p.m. • Cascade 6

For twenty years, Mesikämmen, King of Bears, has defeated every challenger at his annual contest for Bjeornheim’s throne. Better known as Old Honey Paws, the crafty king devises new tests each year for participants from the Northlands to the far reaches of Midgard. Hoping to lure new challengers, Old Honey Paws sweetened the pot this year with an offer to share some of his own secrets with those who survive into the latter rounds.

The PCs are part of an eclectic mix of challengers who make their way to the Gloaming Crag. Events begin at a chaotic welcome banquet that feels like one part carnival and one part cage match. For clever roleplayers or devious spellcasters, it offers opportunities to learn about potential adversaries and divine details about Mesikämmen’s tests.

Midgard: Madman at the Bridge

Sunday evening, 10–6 p.m. • Evergreen 2

The sound of metal screeching and groaning cuts through the morning calm as the Puffing Bridge rises quickly, allowing a tall ship to pass up or downriver. The screeching stops, and a distant voice calls out “Lower away!”

The bridge is silent; it stands open, and the city is divided until it is restored. In one short hour, the miners and merchants will throng the streets. What’s wrong at the bridge? A race against destruction for Pathfinder characters of 4th level.

Monday

Midgard: Goblins in the Brewery

Monday morning, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. • Evergreen 1

Goblins mean to loot the temple of the beer goddess, Ninkash, and destroy the tunnels of the rustic community of Causeway Hill. It’s up to you to save the beer, save the town!

Seminar: Better Encounter Design with an RPG Superstar and a Kobold

Monday morning, 10–11 a.m. • Olympic 3

If you run your own game, we’ve got some ideas for you! RPG Superstar Steven T Helt and Kobold Press publisher Wolfgang Baur talk about turning orcs into awesome.

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