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Pathfinder Remaster

The Guide to Organized Play will continue to be revised as we work to bring campaign rules in line with the Remaster.

  • Visit this Guide page for information on converting characters and adventures to the Remaster rules.
  • Follow this forum thread for update notifications and to report any issues.

What is Paizo Organized Play

In a Paizo Organized Play campaign, your character adventures in a shared setting with thousands of other gamers worldwide. Anyone can host games at homes, game stores, libraries, conventions, and online, as long as they report the adventure’s results afterward. Reporting earns participants campaign rewards and player actions influence the fate of the world of the game.

As part of the Organized Play experience, you can take your character to any Organized Play event in the world, allowing you to join a game with friends and strangers alike with ease. After each adventure, your characters grow stronger and carry their rewards with them to the next adventure, even if your fellow players and Game Masters (GMs) change between adventures. The experience is uniquely immersive, as the diverse range of players, GMs, and characters provide incredible depth. The campaign is also a great way to meet other gamers and play regularly without needing to schedule events with a single set of people as you might for a more traditional game.

Paizo Organized Play campaigns include the Pathfinder Society (second edition) , Starfinder Society , Pathfinder Adventure Card Society (legacy), and Pathfinder Society (first edition) (legacy) campaigns.

Registering for Organized Play

To ensure you have access to all the tools and benefits available to players, you need an Organized Play number and an account on paizo.com . To create an account, visit paizo.com/organizedplay and click on the “New Players Create an Account” button.

If you are unable to acquire an organized play number online, ask your Event Organizer for help.

Where to Find Games

Each community uses their own game scheduling process. Common platforms used in scheduling games include:

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