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Making Craft Work (PFRPG)


Do you wish the rules for the Craft skill made sense? Do you wish it were possible to craft equipment and still have time to adventure? Well, your wishes are our commands!

Making Craft Work presents a new system for the Craft skill that uses complexity rather than price to determine how long it takes to finish an item. This is an 8-page, black-and-white PDF.

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March 4th, 2016
As others have noted, the rules for the Craft skill are more than a little broken in Pathfinder (a legacy from old d20). Making Craft Work fixes this smoothly without making things more complicated. Small, bite-sized and cheap, it's invaluable if the [...]
December 21st, 2014
Perfect. Crafting is insane in pathfinder. There is no other way to put it. When my character looted some bulette hide and found out it would take something like 60+ years to craft it into bullete full plate armour (15000gp).. well, I rebelled [...]
July 2nd, 2013
This document takes the crafting rules for Pathfinder and reworks them to make a bit more sense. It insightfully elucidates several edge cases that illustrate major drawbacks to the current system, and then fixes those problems in a way that preserves [...]
September 28th, 2012
I have read several attempts to fix Craft. This one is spot on. I compliment Mark on his ingenuity and simplicity. Keep it up! [...]
Ben G. [Featured Reviewer]
July 30th, 2010
Crafting items is one of those things that just hasn't worked correctly according to the rules, since the advent of the d20 system. Easy crafting tasks, that in game should take a day or two could stretch on for weeks or months of in game time and hard [...]
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July 28, 2010
This title was added to our catalog on July 28, 2010.