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"From the heart-of-gold mercenary on an eternal quest for the next drink to the intensely serious Cleric of Sarenrae, to the always optimistic and sharp-tongued Halfling bard"


This is form Obsidian Pathfinder Adveturer page, so this would suggest Valeris, Kyra and Lem.


 


But your ques is as good as mine ;-)


 


It is always also possible that all characters are available from the beginning. So you don't have to start from the beginning, when you buy adventure level 1 upgrade pack. I am almost sure that all normal and Add on characters are available in the tutorial set!


But do we get Character class set heroes later... Maybe, because they do mention add ons in their home pages. It can also mean something else, but what else it could be?


The next interesting this is, Do we get season of Rune Lords to the Pathfinder adventurers as an buy able expansion?


Even more interesting is, do we get other pathfinder games also and if we can use our Class deck add on cards also in those adventurers... But that may depends on a lot of how well this system will sell.


And if the Rise of the Runelord is the only adventure that will be released, those Class deck upgrades are not so usefull... 


But I really hope that we will see Season of Rune Lords because it will use a lot of the same cards than the base game, and it would give a good use for those Class decks, if they are released.


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I'm almost positive that Perils of the Lost Coast is the name of the tutorial Adventure Deck--Adventure Deck 0 if you will. If I remember right , it isn't necessary to complete that but it's good for new players to get the hang of it. During the tutorial (Perils of the Lost Coast) you're able to upgrade your player and then once you complete it, you move onto Adventure Deck 1 which is called Burnt Offerings.

 

I can only assume that Perils of the Lost Coast aka the tutorial will be released first for free and then Burnt Offerings will be released hopefully at the same time, or shortly after for a fee. Likewise for Adventure 2, 3, etc.

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I can guarantee Burnt Offerings (as well as the character add on pack) will be available day one.

 

1. There isn't enough to perils to keep anyone playing for more than maybe a day.

2. They have to have something to sell on day one.

 

I would expect a new adventure every month, and if the game makes money, Skull and Shackles next year.

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"Pathfinder Adventures will initially launch as a single-player or pass-and-play experience with online multiplayer support being added in the coming months. The game will be available to download for free on March 29 and includes a tutorial as well as the adventure, Perils of the Lost Coast. Additional adventure decks will be available for purchase at launch, and regular intervals thereafter.[emphasis added]"

 

https://pathfinder.obsidian.net/news/pathfinder-adventures-will-be-released-march-29th

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bother?

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They Say: "Additional adventure decks will be available for purchase at launch, and regular intervals thereafter." So  it seem that some adventure packs are ready in the beginning, and some will be released later.

I think that they follow quite promptly how fast people play and how willing they are to buy the next adventure pack. And based on that data they will manage their release time table. If there is not enough to play, people move to other games. If they release packs too often, some people may consider that the game is too expensive and stop buying expansions. But most probably the release is faster than one release in a month. Only reason for one release in a month would be that one adventure pack would cost 19.99$ like the real thing. 19.99$ could be easier to swallow, if you have to pay it only once a month...

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I really hope that the plurality of the word "decks" in the phrase "Additional adventure decks will be available for purchase at launch" can be taken at face value. This means we'll get the introductory scenarios as part of the free launch, and at least decks 1 and 2 will be available to purchase. Given that "s" at the end of "decks," it'll be pretty disappointing at this point if only deck 1 is available on release. I'm still holding out hope that decks 1 through 3 will all be available on March 29, since one of the screenshots on the site does show role cards.

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