Humans of Golarion

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Humans of Golarion
Humans of Golarion
PZO9417
(Book)
Author(s) James Jacobs et al.
Publisher Paizo Publishing, LLC
Price Print: $10.99
PDF: $7.99
Released June 2011
Type Sourcebook
Binding Paperback
Pages 32 pages
isbn ISBN 978-1-60125-315-6
Rules set PFRPG
Series Pathfinder Player Companion
Follows Faiths of Purity
Precedes Faiths of Balance
Artwork from Humans of Golarion

Humans of Golarion, a Pathfinder Player Companion by James Jacobs, Colin McComb, Sean K Reynolds, Amber Scott, and Larry Wilhelm, was released in June 2011.

Masters of the RealmBrave, cunning, and adaptable, humanity dominates the countries of the Inner Sea. Discover the legendary history and secret ambitions of humankind, the most populous race of the Pathfinder campaign setting. With the potential to do anything they set their minds to, humans have become unrivaled heroes, infamous villains, and even deities—and now the course of humanity’s future is in your hands. Learn of the varied and distinctive ethnicities of humankind, from rugged Ulfen vikings and scheming Chelish diplomats to noble Garundi travelers and mysterious Tian merchants, and master the unique skills and traditions they use to face the dangers of a world that refuses to be tamed.

Humans of Golarion presents a player-friendly overview of the fantastical human cultures of the Pathfinder campaign setting, along with new rules and information to help players customize characters in both flavor and mechanics.

Inside this book, you'll find:

  • Information on the physical traits, philosophies, traditions, histories, and cultures of humans—the most populous race in the Inner Sea.
  • Insights on each of Golarion’s major human ethnicities, designed to help players create distinctive and exciting characters ready for any adventure.
  • A detailed map charting the historical migration for the most common human ethnicities in the Inner Sea region.
  • Revelations about Aroden, the fallen god of humankind.
  • Notes on the lost empires of humanity, such as Azlant, Thassilon, the Jistka Imperium, Ancient Osirion, and more.
  • New traits, spells, and weapons for each human culture.