Welcome to Iconic Design, Private Sanctuary’s source for innovative and evocative character builds for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, written by Everyman Gamer Alexander Augunas. Alex is at PaizoCon today, so instead of getting a build, he’s sharing his 7th-level Pregens with us
Hello and welcome!
I’m writing this from the West Coast, in scenic Seatac, Washington at PAIZOCON! PaizoCon is fun and awesome, but its also a lot of work to get ready for. I’m running three different scenarios throughout the convention for a total of 5 to 6 games, and I also wrote the prototype for my company’s first-ever published adventure, A Fox’s Wedding.
Between getting ready for vacation and being on vacation, I didn’t have time to put together an Iconic Design build today. (But don’t worry, there should still be a Guidance article on Monday if everything goes according to plan.) However, I don’t want anyone to ever say that I left you guys with nothing, so I decided that I’m going to share not one, but SIX character builds with you all today.
The six pregen character builds I put together for my A Fox’s Wedding builds.
As a fair warning, some of my pregens use content from my Everyman Gaming products, but I think that’s fine. They’re still fun, innovative builds. I hope you enjoy them, and I’ll see you on Monday for an all-new installment of Guidance. Take care.
Alexander “Alex” Augunas has been playing roleplaying games since 2007, which isn’t nearly as long as 90% of his colleagues. Alexander is an active freelancer for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and is best known as the author of the Pact Magic Unbound series by Radiance House. Alex is the owner of Everyman Gaming, LLC and is often stylized as the Everyman Gamer in honor of Guidance’s original home. Alex also cohosts the Private Sanctuary Podcast, along with fellow blogger Anthony Li, and you can follow their exploits on Facebook in the 3.5 Private Sanctuary Group, or on Alex’s Twitter, @AlJAug.
Author’s Note: I had a weird internet problem where I couldn’t get the pregen files out of my Dropbox at the DoubleTree in Seattle while at PaizoCon. I apologize for this being late! Also, I’m counting my contributions to the Know Direction Network’s PaizoCon 2016 Preview Banquet Coverage as my installment of Guidance for May 30th, so don’t expect to see another article there. Hope you enjoyed the notes and photos!
Is there a way to see a larger version of the characters? Even when one clicks, the font is very small … and I have god vision 😉
I’ll explore some possible avenues. That’s as big as I can get it before the site tells me that its too big for our data banks to host.
Right-click and download, then in whatever viewer you use you can magnify.
Or, for me, in Safari I right-clicked, opened in dashboard, and could then easily zoom it.