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    I'm working on a Birthright pathfinder conversion, and there has some stuff here that I worked on for Pathfinder here and there. I tried to advertise for a game on roll20 on the Pathfinder forums and I'm getting no bites.

    I got the races converted and the classes converted and I'm going to work on skills next. There is some overlap with the 3.5 conversion here, so I did some minor tweaks to things here. Big things will go into a pdf.

    It's not too big of a project. But I do need some guinea pigs who play pathfinder to help me hammer this dross into a sword.
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    Hey Elton,

    As you might have seen, I working on a new RPG project heavily inspired by Birthright.

    Our goal is also to make a domain management game that is compatible with different OGLs (Open Game Licenses), including Pathfinder.

    Hence I am interested in the work you're doing to convert BR to Pathfinder.

    If our Kickstarter Campaign succeeds and we go on with this project, would you mind me contacting you again to see how we could maybe collaborate?

    Thanks!

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    Maybe.

    I have a surprise coming up.
    Regent of Medoere

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elton Robb View Post
    I'm working on a Birthright pathfinder conversion, and there has some stuff here that I worked on for Pathfinder here and there.
    I am curious, Pathfinder is essentially based on D&D 3.5E, and our community here did a 3E conversion of Birthright. So wouldn't that serve as a conversion for Pathfinder as well, or at least as a strong basis? What is the difference?

    -Fizz
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fizz View Post
    I am curious, Pathfinder is essentially based on D&D 3.5E, and our community here did a 3E conversion of Birthright. So wouldn't that serve as a conversion for Pathfinder as well, or at least as a strong basis? What is the difference?

    -Fizz
    There are slight differences between Pathfinder and 3.5. Namely classes and such. The feats cross over as written but some become traits. Negotiator is a good example of a trait in Pathfinder.
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