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Pathfinder Secrets of Magic
Pathfinder Secrets of Magic
PZO2108
(Book)
Author(s) Paizo Staff
Publisher Paizo Inc.
Price TBD
Expected July 2021
Type Core
isbn ISBN 978-1-64078-345-4
Rules set Pathfinder Second Edition
Series Pathfinder Roleplaying Game
Follows Pathfinder Bestiary 3
Precedes Pathfinder Guns & Gears
Artwork from Pathfinder Secrets of Magic


Pathfinder Secrets of Magic Class Playtest
Seltyiel, iconic magus
[1]
(Book)
Author(s) Logan Bonner, Lyz Liddell, and Mark Seifter
Publisher Paizo Inc.
Price PDF: Free
Released September 8, 2020
Type Core
Binding PDF
Pages 26 pages
Rules set Pathfinder Second Edition
Series Pathfinder Roleplaying Game
Extras PDF
Playtest subforum
Artwork from Pathfinder Secrets of Magic Class Playtest

Pathfinder Secrets of Magic, a Pathfinder Second Edition core rulebook , is expected to be released in July 2021.

This book has been announced but has not yet been released.
Product details such as release date, authors, cover art, and contents are subject to change.

This upcoming sourcebook, scheduled for July 2021, brings you loads of new spells, magic items, special types of magic, and information about the inner workings of magic.


Secrets of Magic Class Playtest

Pathfinder Secrets of Magic Class Playtest, a Pathfinder Second Edition playtest document written by Logan Bonner, Lyz Liddell, and Mark Seifter, was released on September 8, 2020, as a free PDF download. The playtesting period ran through October 16, 2020.

You’ve found the not-so-secret playtest for Pathfinder Secrets of Magic! This upcoming sourcebook, scheduled for July 2021, brings you loads of new spells, magic items, special types of magic, and information about the inner workings of magic. But this playtest? It's all about the two new classes! Your insight into these classes will be vital as we prepare them for the final book.
  • The magus combines spells with attacks. The classic concept of the warrior-mage hybrid lives here. The test will show whether this class outshines martial characters or spellcasters, or whether it balances its two sides in a satisfying way that feels special. The magus gets fewer spell slots, though the slots' spell levels get as high as a wizard's!
  • The summoner is for the player who wants to adventure alongside a cool sidekick! A powerful entity called an eidolon holds a supernatural connection with the summoner, sharing health and working in tandem. This class also casts spells but has fewer per day than other spellcasting classes.