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D20 Minigames: Fantasy Grand Prix & Obstacle Course


Take Pathfinder in a Different Way!

This book contains two different kind of mini-games you can play using content from the Pathfinder Core Rulebook. We wanted to explore what other kinds of games were possible in a fantasy world, things beyond just delving dungeons and slaying dragons. This book is (hopefully) the first in a series of short systems that allow you to convert your Pathfinder game into something totally different. In our first entry we include “Fantasy Grand Prix”, a sort of racing game that allows you to play something akin to fantasy Mario Kart, ancient chariot races, or the Palio di Siena (a famous, violent, horse race in Italy) in a fantasy setting. The second is an in depth system for obstacle course and like you might see on Ninja Warrior, Ultimate Beastmaster, or any number of other shows. They ape that style, twisting it to fit a more fantasy context; allowing you to compete in things like the fantasy equivalent of Highland Games, Olympics (particularly a decathlon), events similar to “Ninja Warrior” or “Ultimate Beastmaster”, and even extreme sporting events. Yes, now you can accurately recreate all the torment of the Barkley Marathons with dwarves. Aren’t you excited?

The book uses Pathfinder as it’s base and presents new, more focused, rules for these minigames. Generally, these rules should not be used for an entire game but for segments where they occur or for extended games where they are the main focus.


  • Page Count: 21 pages (1 cover, 1 credit, 2 OGL, 17 content)
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    This title was added to our catalog on August 12, 2018.