Legendary Games has a long history of playing with new options for the many classes in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, as we’ve put out TWENTY class revisions, expansions, redesigns, updates, and supplements for your favorite hero classes, starting off with Legendary Paladins and on up through Legendary Summoners, and tomorrow will mark the dazzling debut of #21 in the series with Legendary Clerics by Matt Daley and Nathan Reinecke!
Matt and Nathan reimagine the cleric class around new mechanics that really tie together and give the cleric a lot more built-in interest that really makes each cleric distinct. Domains are reimagined and the cleric has a full advancement set of class features that grow as your character does. Check out the preview text below!
The Power of the Gods
Legendary Clerics is the latest volume in our new series of class-focused player supplements for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, this time raising high the sacred banner of the cleric class! This book brings a completely redesigned cleric class built around their faith and blessings, with integrated domains and doctrines that grow as their faith and power does. Domains have been redesigned to incorporate the vast diversity of spells available beyond the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook, with expanded domain powers and alternate doctrines for 30 domains, like Doctrines of Friendship and Enthrallment for the Charm Domain, Fortune and Misfortune for Luck, and Domestication and the Wild for Animals! Plus you’ll find nearly a dozen archetypes like the prophet and planar envoy and even more new spells, feats, alternate class features, favored class bonuses, and more! Plus to cap it all off, we bring you Ishmael Bremen, a ready-to-use with a detailed history, personality, and powers ready to show off what the legendary cleric can do! Whether you call down the fires of heaven or raise up the powers of hell to unleash divine power upon the world, you’ll find a ton of terrific options for your cleric in this book. Check out this 50-page Pathfinder Roleplaying Game supplement by Matt Daley and Nathan Reinecke today and Make Your Game Legendary!
But wait, there’s more!!!
We’ve also kicked into high gear with a whole slew of class expansions and innovations with a particular focus on spellcasting classes! Each of the books below is well along in the design track, several already in playtest, and with Legendary Wizards just about ready to head to layout, once we also get Legendary Kineticist: Second Edition out the door for PF2. Our lead designers on these books are coming up with some amazing new material, each working with a design team to create new and exciting versions of each class. Get ready for:
- Legendary Wizards by N. Jolly
- Legendary Sorcerers by Andrew Gibson
- Legendary Bards by Hal Kennette
- Legendary Druids by Amber Vael
- Legendary Bloodragers by Jeff Collins
Why so much focus on casting classes? Because we’ve already done pretty much all of the martial classes, and we’re gearing up to assemble all of them together into the massive Legendary Class Compendium: Martial! This titanic tome will include rebuilds, alternate class features, feats, spells, magic items, skill tricks, and more for fighters, paladins, rangers, barbarians, rogues, monks, shifters, cavaliers, samurai, gunslingers, swashbucklers, and even assassins! We look forward to getting this book together for you this summer. And who knows, once we’ve got all our magical stuff squared away we might be able to put together a massive Legendary Class Compendium: Magical too!
We support a lot of game systems, but we definitely remain excited to bring you amazing new content for the 1st Edition Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, and I hope you’re excited to try it out at your table as well! If you want to keep up with all the latest, check us out at our Discord channel and chat with the designers and developers and give us your thoughts on what makes PF1 amazing, as well as places where you think it could use a little more love!
Our new COREFINDER project is underway to create a refined and streamlined version of the PFRPG and we’d love to hear from you, especially when it comes to things that really can be condensed along the way (like feats that give abilities that should just be a normal part of combat or a normal use of a skill). Hit us up on Facebook or Twitter or better still join the conversation on our Discord channel, Paizo.com, ENWorld, and the Giant In the Playground forums!