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Welcome to Fifty Winter Encounters! This title is intended for those times where your players find themselves in the arctic or a winter scene but are beginning to slump a bit. These encounters will help you liven up your swamp a bit for them. The majority of these are non-combat encounters - some of them are not even encounters, but events or findings that they could come across in such an environment. Some of these are merely one-off things that might catch a traveler's eye, while others could serve as a plot hook for an adventure or campaign.

The book is a total of 7 pages long, with 5 pages of content (plus 1 cover page and 1 credit page). Links are included to the few encounters that involve combat (or potential combat at least) for both 5e and Pathfinder 2.

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James L August 31, 2021 4:34 am UTC
Aw! Is this locked in to PF2? I'm still using PF1.. and with all of the Paizo modules I own, I probably will still be in PF1 for the next decade or so,. :/
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Kim F December 07, 2021 1:17 pm UTC
Sorry, I hadn't seen your message until now. Apparently I didn't get a notification for it.
No, it's not locked to PF2 - if it was, it'd have the PF2 logo on it. :) It's systemless and can be used with minimal adaptation to PF1, PF2, 5e, or any other fantasy RPG. :)
(The links and so on ARE for PF2 and 5e though - those seem to be the games that most people are currently playing and getting books for. Replacing them with appropriate other creatures is easy. :) )
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James L December 10, 2021 10:18 pm UTC
Well, I guess since it's free right now anyway, I'll check it out. The link thing isn't real clear what it's referring to.

FYI, I don't think THAT many people have switched to PF2E. It's going to be a long, LONG time before Paizo can match the amount of content available for 3.5/d20/PF1.. and I don't see any reason to switch to PF2E anytime soon.
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James L December 10, 2021 10:48 pm UTC
Ok, the links are mostly benign. The book is a list of 50 random encounters, think tundra environment. The LINKS mentioned are every so often, if the encounter involves a polar bear or a generic human NPC, the author links out to the SRD content for 5e and PF2E. Absolutely no concern about finding my own PF1 SRD polar bear or whatever. ;)
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