PFBB Kingdoms

paizoultimatecampaignAttached is a simplified version of the kingdom building rules from Paizo’s Ultimate Campaign sourcebook for use with the Pathfinder Beginner Box rules.  I haven’t had a chance to play test this yet, so please let me know if you run into any significant issues.  You’ll need some hex paper for mapping out your kingdom and recording the location of improvements and such.

 

PFBB Kingdoms (PDF)

I’m working on a simplified version of the mass combat rules, as well.  PFBB WAR! should be forthcoming in a week or two.

Cheers.

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4 Responses to “PFBB Kingdoms”

  1. David Jenks Says:

    Awesome! I haven’t looked it over yet, but I *will* be very soon!

    • edowar Says:

      Thanks David. Let me know what you think.

      I’m wrestling with the mass combat rules now, but I’m beginning to wonder whether I have written myself into a corner by not working on both documents simultaneously. :[ Well see how it goes, I guess.

  2. The Bane Says:

    First question I had while reviewing PFBB Kingdoms is where do the PCs get their initial PBs and what amount should they start out with?

    • edowar Says:

      Well, it partially depends on what kind of campaign you want to run. If you’re doing a Kingmaker style campaign, where the purpose is the PCs are founding a new kingdom out of wilderness, you probably want to give them a big stack of BPs to start with, probably from a sponsor. Probably 30-40 BPs in such a scenario is a good start.

      If the PCs are founding a kingdom after spending some time adventuring, then they can acquire BPs by spending their own accumulated treasure: 2000 GP per BP.

      Another option, to help the PCs along, is to award them BPs in the form of treasure. Say, for example, they defeat a gang of bandits. Part of the bandit’s ill-gotten gains could be in the form of goods and materials represented by BPs, suitable for kingdom building.

      Hope this helps. Cheers.

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