Since the birth of fantasy roleplaying, a handful of mythic treasures have lurked in the hordes of tens of thousands of campaigns. Infused with magical power and surrounded by countless battle legends and tall tales, these items have been a part of every edition of the rules and continue as important elements of the game to this day.
Classic Treasures Revisited places these important treasures into the context of the Pathfinder Chronicles campaign setting, with historical details, advice for using them in Pathfinder games, and tips suggesting how to make the items far more than a simple line on a character sheet. Each treasure receives a lavishly illustrated 6-page treatment destined to change the way you think about these classic items. Highlighted treasures include: Deck of Many Things Bag of Holding Sphere of Annihilation Staff of the Magi Helm of Brilliance Cube of Force Figurines of Wondrous Power Horn of Valhalla Vorpal Sword Well of Many Worlds Written by a cadre of Paizo’s best contributors, Classic Treasures Revisited is the first in-depth treatment of magic treasure since the release of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, the biggest RPG release of 2009.
As in previous volumes Classic Monsters Revisited and Dragons Revisited, Pathfinder’s new takes are at once innovative and respectful of past traditions, making them easy to include in any fantasy tabletop roleplaying campaign. Sales Points Previous “Monsters Revisited” books in the Pathfinder Chronicles line have been among Paizo’s strongest-selling RPG products. The first, Classic Monsters Revisited, was the fastest Paizo book ever to sell out its first printing. Fantasy roleplaying games are about treasure-seeking adventurers, requiring a constant flow of new and interesting treasures.
With intriguing backgrounds and full breakdowns of each item’s powers and capabilities, Classic Treasures Revisited is sure to appeal to both players and Game Masters. Lavishly illustrated by the finest illustrators in tabletop gaming.