The GoFundMe is done, I’ll be covering Pathfinder 2.0’s Playtest!
as you all know, there was some interest voiced among my friends and colleagues regarding me covering Pathfinder’s 2.0 playtest and providing detailed feedback for it. The campaign was a resounding success, so yeah, I will be providing detailed posts regarding Pathfinder’s 2.0 Playtest rules and my take on them; I will point out peculiarities, design-chances or the like and provide the detailed feedback you want to see.
First of all, I’d like to thank Troy E. Daniels for organizing the campaign. Secondly, I’d like to thank Lucus Palosaari for his social networking, crossposting etc. – I suck at marketing myself, so yeah. Without these two fine gentlemen, there would be no campaign and no Pathfinder 2.0 Playtest feedback.
In no particular order, I’d like to extend my heartfelt gratitude and thanks to the following people that contributed to the campaign:
-Paco Garcia Jaen
-Justin Andrew Mason
Ladies and gentlemen, I extend a gracious bow to you and invite you to contact me if there is one aspect of the playtest that is particularly interesting for you; I will endeavor to make sure that you get the detailed feedback you want and deserve. Unless told otherwise, I will include a “Thank you!” notice listing all of your names with each and every Pathfinder 2.0 Playtest post. If you want your name assigned to a specific post, say, “spellcasting” or “class design”, tell me and I’ll make sure to explicitly point out that your contribution made that section possible.
I have already pre-ordered the books, as you can see here (blackened personal information to avoid internet-trolls):
So yeah…once more, I am humbled by your generosity and look forward to providing the in-depth analysis of the new system. 🙂
If you were not interested in the Pathfinder 2.0 Playtest, please indulge me as I invoke Owen’s Law: You can help keep the lights on and the reviews flowing by contributing to my patreon here!
I remain, as always, your friendly neighborhood endzeitgeist!
I’ll turn of the computer and go for a run through the setting sun now – have an awesome day, wherever you may be on this globe!