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  • A question on supplements

    I didn't find the information writen out for me so I thought that I should double-check. But supplements like "Trojan War" and "Eternal Rome", they are made for the Pathfinder system, right?

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    Re: A question on supplements

    Actually, Trojan War talk about 3.5 compatibility, which suggests they're intended for D&D, although part of the charm of Pathfinder is that the conversion tends to be pretty painless.

    Requires the use of the Dungeons & Dragons Player's Handbook, published by Wizards of the Coast, Inc. This product utilizes updated material from the v.3.5 revision.
    It looks the same for Eternal Rome.
    Version 3.5 rules-compatible
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      Re: A question on supplements

      Thanks! I don't have the products themselves and only checked them over with DriveRPGs preview and didn't find the information. Maybe I am blind, but thanks for helping me out.


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        Re: A question on supplements

        All of Green Ronin's Mythic Vistas products were designed for v.3.0 or v.3.5, depending on when they were released.

        AFAIK, the only Pathfinder product Green Ronin has produced to date that wasn't part of the Freeport line is the PF edition of the Advanced Bestiary. (Even the Pathfinder Short Cuts PDFs have all been tied into Freeport so far.)
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