Most RPGs involve groups of players pitted against a challenge orchestrated by a GM, but there are times when that guy on the other side of the game table… man, you just want to slap the overconfident grin off his stupid mug. If you want player vs player competition—if you’re looking for a chess match that pits your wits against real-world prey—you want Conflict Roleplaying.
This week we have Mark Scott, from Conflict Books, on to tell us about PVP for Pathfinder.
Conflict Books: http://conflictbooks.com/
Ed’s Pick: Letters from Iwo Jima / Flags of Our Fathers
Rone’s Rant: “Age Related Gamer Fatigue”
Want to learn more about Conflict Roleplaying? Read on…
- Atomic Array: Episode 042: Conflict Roleplaying
- Mad Brew Labs: Adding PVP Conflict to Pathfinder
- Apathy Blogs: A new way to play Pathfinder
- Know Direction: Episode 008
- Creatively Anomalous: Review
- Emerson’s Bookshelf: Conflict Roleplaying Rulebook
- Dice Monkey: Review: Conflict Roleplaying Rulebook
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