Posted by Arktoris on 2016-02-25 00:53:18
my group is getting ready to start a pathfinder campaign. I'll take a look at it (though I already own the important books)
Posted by JellyBelly on 2016-02-25 01:55:37
I once went on a trip to the bookstore to buy Pathfinder, but I got lost along the way .. ;)
Posted by spinball on 2016-02-25 04:29:39
Pathfinder is like an updated version of D&D 3.5 (we call it 3.75) and it is pretty good. I own most of those books already but thank you
Posted by MonkeyMan576 on 2016-02-25 05:46:06
If I could find a middle aged group of rpgers I would play it but everyone who roleplayes is in their teens or twenties.
Posted by Arcayn on 2016-02-25 08:06:17
That's far from true. I am in two different groups. One has 2 of us in our 40s, 2 in 30s and 2 in 20s. The second has 5 of us and one may still be in his 30s but the rest of us are in our 40s. So there are middle aged RPGamers out there. You just have to be lucky I guess.
Posted by MonkeyMan576 on 2016-02-25 08:28:22
Also there are not many live games where I live I think, I would need to be in a skype group based on where I live at this point:).
Posted by mister__joshua on 2016-02-25 09:36:52
A few years ago I'd have been all over this, but since switching to 5th edition I wouldn't go back :P
Posted by Loew on 2016-02-25 15:15:58
MonkeyMan, maybe roll20.net or other virtual tabletop environments could help you find a group (disclaimer: i never really used it, but I think it a fascinating idea)
Pathfinder...hmmm...so many systems, so little time...but it would be another system collected