If you’re a fan of Pathfinder and everything else that Paizo releases, then you might want to book it to Seattle from May 25th-28th — the company released details this week for PaizoCon 2018 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotels.
You won’t be able to play Pathfinder 2.0, but you will be able to playtest the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game if you decide to attend, along with a number of other activities. The convention’s website isn’t working, but here are some of the finer details from the press release that was sent out this week.
PaizoCon events include the Preview Banquet, panels, seminars, workshops, and exclusive gaming events. There will be organized play sessions for Starfinder Society, Pathfinder Society, and the Adventure Card Guild. Paizo staff, game industry veterans, and fans will run open gaming. Special Guests include artist Taylor Fischer, who will host panels on designing aliens and monsters, and the Glass Cannon Podcast, who have promised events and shenanigans all weekend long.
4-Day Badges are $75, Preview Banquet tickets are $35 and purchasing them together gives attendees a $10 discount. There are Kids Badges for children ten years old and younger. Single Day Badges will be available in person at the PaizoCon convention store and are priced at $25 for adults and $15 for kids.
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