Converting D&D 4e to Pathfinder

We've converted our 4th Edition D&D game to Pathfinder. It was surprisingly straight forward.

The ReturnWhen I had the itch to start running a new RPG campaign I went with what I knew: Dungeons & Dragons. I picked up a few of the latest edition books and immediately set to writing a new version of my classic Vallhyn campaign. I was quickly surprised at how much D&D 4e was like an MMORPG and less like... well, D&D. var adunit_index = 4000; if ((adunit_index != 1000 & adunit_index != 1001) || (adunit_index == 1000 && device_category != 'MOBILE') || (adunit_index == 1001 && device_category == 'MOBILE')) { if (active_ad_units[adunit_index] != undefined) { console.log('Dyn Unit Legacy', active_ad_units[adunit_index], adunit_index); googletag.cmd.push(function () { var adunit_index = 4000; if (typeof(pubwise) != 'undefined' & pubwise.enabled === true) { console.log('Dyn PW');


Adam "Ferrel" Trzonkowski is a published author, long time podcaster, game designer, and executive producer at Epic Slant Press LLC. Through his blog, attending conventions, and other venues, Adam continues to be an active member of the gaming community and works toward his goal of bringing more positivity to guild leadership, raiding, and with life in general.

Published May. 6th 2013
  • Vrothgarr
    Featured Correspondent
    Pathfinder seems to strike that perfect balance between the rule-heavy 3.5 and the casual-focused 4th ed. It's my go-to system for any kind of standard D&D RPG.
  • Ferrel
    I agree completely. We haven't officially played yet but from my research in the rules I'm pretty stoked about what we have available.

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