Paizo has fresh content for their organized play programs each month. Of course, since you don't -have- to use it in an organized play setting if you don't want, it's really just free content that you can use in your games. Check out a preview of what they're coming out with for Pathfinder and Starfinder.
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This month, we’re releasing the exciting continuations of two Year 3 series, Frozen Ambitions and The Vast Experiment. Don’t worry if you haven’t found a table for the others in the series yet, as they can be played in any order. Frozen Ambitions: The Preluria Connection by Tineke Bolleman sends the PCs to Near Space, where they take on a contract job for a mysterious organization and find themselves caught up in mercenary intrigue, seedy science, and a high-octane vehicle chase! Next up, The Vast Experiment: Fast Choices by our very own Mike Kimmel takes the Starfinders to Verces, where they take part in a bit of corporate espionage and get the chance to pick the manufacturer for the Society’s next generation of ships!
This month brings you a fantastic new scenario in the form of Pathfinder Society Scenario #2-11: The Pathfinder Trials by veteran author Sean McGowan. Originally intended to be a special interactive for the past year’s convention season, world events had the team reconsider the role of this product. We took the time needed to turn this product into a repeatable scenario geared towards new players and experienced (but still 1st level) Pathfinder players.
During The Pathfinder Trials, a junior group of Pathfinders is set against unique trials from each of the Pathfinder Society’s three deans. The Masters of Scrolls, Spells, and Swords each prepared a challenge catered to their respective schools of tutelage, and it’s up to the PCs to devise a means of overcoming them. Once the PCs complete these challenges, they receive a well-earned rest, as well as one extra chance to prove their skills as Pathfinders.
I look forward to seeing everyone get a chance to participate in this scenario. For those looking for more introductory content, be sure to check out the Pathfinder Beginner Box and keep your eyes peeled to this blog for future Organized Play content!