Paizo & GF9 Join Forces For New Board & Card Game Projects!

January 28, 2022 by brennon

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News today that Paizo and Gale Force Nine have joined forces to create new board and card games for the Fantasy world of Pathfinder and the Sci-Fi world of Starfinder!

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Both the realms of Golarion and the Pact Worlds are going to be brought to the tabletop allowing the famous heroes, villains, locations and monsters from those roleplaying games to be explored in entirely new ways.

New Game Projects & Pathfinder: Level 20

Throughout 2022, two new board games and one card game are lined up to be released through this partnership. Things start with Pathfinder: Level 20 which is slated for Q2 2022 whilst beyond that you have Starfinder: Pirates Of Skydock for Q3 and finally Pathfinder: Tall Tales in Q4.

Pathfinder Level 20 Cover - Gale Force Nine

Pathfinder: Level 20 Cover & Components // Gale Force Nine

The first of these games, Pathfinder: Level 20, is a two-to-six player game that will have you playing as Kobolds in their warrens trying to escape from a nineteenth Level Adventurer who only needs five experience to hit level twenty.

Pathfinder Level 20 Set-Up - Gale Force Nine

Pathfinder: Level 20 Set-Up // Gale Force Nine

If you're able to chase the hero away or just outlast your "friends" then you'll be crowned the new Kobold champion! But, before that can happen you'll need to push your friends under the iron boots of your pursing adventurer to ensure your own victory.

Pathfinder Level 20 Rulebook - Gale Force Nine

Pathfinder: Level 20 - Rulebook // Gale Force Nine

The game is coming out around April of this year. If you want to learn more about it, the team have put together the rules for you to check out HERE. Plus, you can learn a little more about the way the game plays out.

It seems like it could be some neat fun that turns the adventuring of Pathfinder on its head. Through some cunning card play and just the right amount of backstabbing, you should be able to scrape your way to victory.

Are you tempted to snap this up later this year in April?

"It seems like it could be some neat fun that turns the adventuring of Pathfinder on its head..."

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