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Pathfinder #5
Cover of Pathfinder 5 by Lucio Parillo
Author(s) Jim Zub & James Jacobs
Artist(s) Andrew Huerta, Jake Bilbao, Ross Campbell, & Mohan
Publisher Dynamite Entertainment
Price $3.99
Released February 2013
Type Comic Book
Binding paperback
Pages 40 pages
Series Dark Waters Rising 5 of 6
Follows Pathfinder 4
Precedes Pathfinder 6
Artwork from Pathfinder 5

Pathfinder #5, a comic book written by Jim Zub with art by Andrew Huerta and Jake Bilbao and colors by Ross Campbell and Mohan, was released in February 2013. The issue features covers by Erik Jones, Lucio Parillo, Matteo Scalera, and Tyler Walpole, and Pathfinder Roleplaying Game content by James Jacobs.

Captured by the cult behind the goblin plague and subjected to nightmarish rituals, the Pathfinder adventurers see only darkness on the road ahead. Hope lies with their oldest member who narrowly escaped—Hidden, alone and unsure... one soul against a hundred pairs of gnashing teeth and a cult of demonic evil.

The exclusive cover by Jorge Maese is an homage to the poster for the film Attack of the 50 Foot Woman by Reynold Brown.


Pathfinder 5 features the following characters:


Captured by mutated goblins, Valeros, Ezren, Seoni, Harsk, and Kyra come face to face with Etainia, mistress of the cult of Lamashtu behind the recent rise in goblin aggression. She administers them strong doses of the powerful hallucinogen known as waters of Lamashtu, leading each to reflect upon his or her past and shortcomings. All the while, Merisiel works to free her companions from bondage, and Etainia grows closer to giving birth to a hideous monster.

Game content

Alternate cover gallery

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Erik Jones Lucio Parillo Matteo Scalera
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Tyler Walpole Jorge Maese
( exclusive)
Matteo Scalera
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Matteo Scalera
(black & white)