Posts Tagged ‘Paizo’

Paizo Publishing is Hiring

Wednesday, June 4th, 2008

Hey you! Yes, you… that’s right. Have you ever wanted to work for a gaming company? Now’s your chance. Paizo Publishing is hiring:

Customer Service Representative: Responsible for dealing with customer subscriptions, inquiries and complaints through email, postal mail, or the phone.

Warehouse Personnel: Responsible for all operations related to fulfilling orders placed through the paizo.com web store.

Software Developer: Responsible for maintaining and adding features to large, complex codebase comprising e-commerce website and internal customer service and content management tools.

All of these are full-time positions in Bellevue, WA. Benefits include a fully paid medical plan; generous vacation, sick leave, and personal days; annual bonuses based upon company performance; and free Paizo products and employee discounts on everything sold on paizo.com.

Please see Paizo’s full Job Opportunities page for more details and for information on how to apply.

Pathfinder RPG

Tuesday, March 18th, 2008

The Skinsaw Murders

Saturday, October 6th, 2007


As soon as Paizo announced Pathfinder, I was excited. The chance to be a part of a new setting, build through adventures, from the ground up? Yes, please!

Fellow WereCabbage, Richard Pett, wrote the second chapter in the Rise of the Runeloards Adventure Path: The Skinsaw Murders. I’m downloading it right now, and can’t wait to see what nifty things he put in there.

A sudden string of brutal killings terrorizes Sandpoint, and the killer’s mark bears a disturbing similarity to the strange rune the goblins in the previous adventure had taken as their tribal totem. Investigation leads the heroes to confront a sinister murderer who has claimed a notorious haunted mansion as his lair. Yet this murderer is one of many, a member of a group of killers who call themselves the Skinsaw Men and have adopted an ancient magic involving the seven deadly sins. The PCs must travel to the bustling city of Magnimar to unravel the truth behind the rune, but in so doing may become prime suspects in the killings themselves!

Obey the Slaw!

Gallery of Evil

Saturday, October 6th, 2007


Steve Greer’s latest masterpiece, Gallery of Evil, was released this week. I’ve been anxiously awaiting this adventure, as the theme is a departure from what you normally see.

The great city of Absalom is known as a center for trade, education, and art. Inside the Ivy District reside dozens of famous artists, but one has the talent to bring his paintings to life and use paint to conjure terrible monsters bent on destruction. Can the player characters stop the mad painter before he perfects his art?

Gallery of Evil is an urban adventure for 8th-level characters, compatible with the world’s most
popular fantasy roleplaying game. This adventure includes details on the metropolis of Absalom’s Ivy District, as well as the home of the diabolical artist and his twisted works. The PCs must track down the deadly paintings and discover the true identity of the artist behind it all.

This adventure is the first to feature information on the metropolis of Absalom, one of the largest cities in the Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting.

When I first read the summary, it reminded me of “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Necromancer”, an RPGA module Jim Lowder wrote back in the early 90s. Another great adventure about ‘killer art’; if you can find a copy, I highly recommend it.

So… congrats, Steve!

Obey the Slaw!