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Pathfinder Adventure Path is a monthly 96-page publication released by Paizo Publishing, LLC. Each volume consists of one segment of a six-part series of adventures linked together by a constant story arc and thematic through-line. In addition to the main adventure, each issue also features support articles on the Pathfinder Chronicles campaign setting, new monsters, and serial fiction.

The tradition of Adventure Paths was begun by Paizo when they published the official Dungeons & Dragons periodicals Dungeon and Dragon. When these magazines were discontinued in summer 2007, Paizo continued the popular tradition, now set in their own proprietary game setting—the world of Golarion. The line was originally titled simply Pathfinder but was changed to the current Pathfinder Adventure Path when additional Pathfinder-branded product lines were introduced.

Each path is intended to take a party of characters from 1st level to upwards of 15th level over the course of the series, but individual adventures can be run independent of the overall path should a GM wish to do so.

Originally published using the OGL 3.5 rules set, Pathfinder Adventure Paths converted, along with all other Pathfinder products, to the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game rules in August 2009.

Pathfinder Adventure Paths[]

To date there are nine released or announced Adventure Paths.

Rise of the Runelords (August 2007 - January 2008)
Curse of the Crimson Throne (February 2008 - July 2008)
Second Darkness (August 2008 - January 2009)
Legacy of Fire (February 2009 - July 2009)
Council of Thieves (August 2009 - January 2010)
Kingmaker (February 2010 - July 2010)
Serpent's Skull (August 2010 - January 2011)
Carrion Crown (February 2011 - July 2011)
Jade Regent (August 2011 - January 2012)

See also: Category:Adventure paths

Pathfinder Product Lines

Pathfinder Adventure PathPathfinder Campaign SettingPathfinder ModulesPathfinder Player CompanionPathfinder Roleplaying GamePathfinder SocietyPathfinder Tales