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Chris Avellone & Pathfinder Kingmaker! – Radio Show / Podcast Ep. 107

shane plays podcast title 7-8-2017Podcast for the Shane Plays radio show from 7/8/2017:
Chris Avellone & Pathfinder Kingmaker!

Highlights: Veteran game designer Chris Avellone talks the upcoming Pathfinder Kingmaker game from Owlcat Games!

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Chris Avellone on Wikipedia:

Chris Avellone on Twitter: @ChrisAvellone

Pathfinder: Kingmaker is the first single-player computer RPG based on the acclaimed Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. The game invites players to Golarion, a world rich with history, mystery, and conflict, and gives players the chance to claim part of this world as their own.

Pathfinder Kingmaker on Kickstarter:

Owlcat Games:

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1 thought on “Chris Avellone & Pathfinder Kingmaker! – Radio Show / Podcast Ep. 107

  1. Khelereth

    Feels like this podcast was 45 minutes of adverts – I was really looking forward to hearing an interview, but got 15 minutes reiterative’s about Avellone’s past work, the Kickstarter, and then tidbits about alignment and it’s effects (very cool!). Just wanted more from Chris about the game, it’s narrative, and systems!


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