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Stolen Fate Player's Guide

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Stolen Fate Player's Guide
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16 pages
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April 14, 2023

Stolen Fate Player's Guide, a Pathfinder Adventure Path player's guide by James Jacobs, was released on April 14, 2023, in support of the Stolen Fate Adventure Path.


How to Use This Guide

p. 3

A Harrowing Vision

p. 3

  • Choosing Your Card
  • Investing Your Card
  • Harrow Cards
Character Suggestions

p. 5

  • Alignments
  • Ancestries
  • Classes
  • Faiths
  • Languages
  • Skills and Feats
  • Archetypes
  • Gear
  • Backgrounds
Harrow Player Options

p. 12

  • Ritual: Harrowing
  • Archetype: Harrower
  • Sorcerer Bloodline: Harrow

A note about lore choices for the adventure path

When it comes to suggesting lore choices for Adventure Paths in a Player's Guide, I limit my words to only speak about the Lore categories listed on page 248 of the Core Rulebook, because going beyond that already large list makes it increasingly unwieldy and impossible to cover.

By limiting to this list of lores, we can give enough advice that a GM can look at that list and make educated guesses about additional Lores they might want to feature in their game.

In this case, "Harrow Lore" would be a pretty good duplicate name for Fortune-Telling Lore—in the adventure path itself, we rely on Fortune-Telling Lore whenever there's a chance for the PCs to learn more about Harrow-related stuff.

  — James Jacobs replying to absence of Harrow Lore