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Chronicle of Legends

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Pathfinder Player Companion: Chronicle of Legends
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May 29, 2019
May 29, 2019

Chronicle of Legends, the final Pathfinder Player Companion volume, was released on May 29, 2019. It was written by Calder CaDavid, Vanessa Hoskins, Mike Kimmel, Isabelle Lee, Matt Morris, Mikhail Rekun, and Michael Sayre.

Go Out with a Bang!
All great characters reach the point where their stories grow from heroic into something of legend. Deep in the archives of the Pathfinder Society are tales of legendary heroes who employed high-level class options, wielded magical relics once used by Golarion's greatest figures, trained in prestige classes with occult power, and cast magic in extraplanar battles too powerful or dangerous to unleash on Golarion. Whether you're wrapping up a campaign or just starting one, Pathfinder Player Companion: Chronicle of Legends offers everything you need to bring a legendary touch to your game!

Inside this book you'll find:

  • New abilities for all types of characters, including powerful traits that grow in strength with a character's existing traits, new ways to improve the versatility of your favorite spells, and feats to support characters with levels in a prestige class.
  • Potent magic items, including storied items that gain new abilities when brought together as a set and legendary relics that grow in power alongside their owners.
  • Powerful capstone abilities for 20th-level characters, including general capstones available to all classes and alternate capstones for every one of Pathfinder's character classes.


p. 2
Rules Index
p. 3
Chronicles of Heroes
p. 4
Chronicles of Prestige
p. 8
p. 10
p. 12
Chronicles of Magic
p. 14
Chronicles of Expertise
p. 16
Chronicles of Legacy
p. 20
Chronicles of Collection
p. 24
Chronicles of Paragons
p. 28

Paizo Blog

Paizo published a major article by Luis Loza to the Paizo Blog about this last-ever Pathfinder Player Companion. The post included two new prestige class archetypes, the Deadeye devotee and the thought thief, that were not published in the book due to space constraints.