Pathfinder RPG Spellcards, for free!

I know free stuff is usually Youseph’s topic but I discovered this website this week and I’m thrilled. As you doubtlessly know I’m a Pathfinder RPG fan and have run a weekly game for the past year. Even if I don’t play D&D 4th edition I can tell you many things I liked about the game, one of them was the ability, with the DDI, of printing power cards. I’ve wanted something similar for spells for Pathfinder for a while now. I know there are commercially available sets in RPGNow but I was reluctant to spend money on them, some of the samples did not impress me.

Imagine my surprise when I discovered and the handy dandy Perram’s Spellbook! This is a free application that allows you to create and print spellcards for the Pathfinder RPG, including the Advanced Players Guide and some other Paizo books! You can even create custom cards…

I love this web application! Kudos to Jefferson Jay Thacker, aka Perram, for this! Go over and check it out, it is well worth it.

9 thoughts on “Pathfinder RPG Spellcards, for free!”

  1. Wow,

    this is incredible.

    i've been looking for an easy spell list generator for my players but this will help them tremendously.

    Thanks for sharing the find!

  2. Thank you for the kind words about the site! Glad to see people are using it and enjoying.

    Always open for comments / suggestions / feedback. Most of the features on the site were created by customer request.

  3. Perram, thanks for such a WONDERFUL tool. I ran a Pathfinder RPG demo at a convention some months back and I wish I had the cards for the players back then.

  4. This is a great site that I'll definitely be using for my PF games. Does anyone know of a site like this for D20 3.5?

  5. One of the gamers in our group uses that and loves it. We're all big fans of the Pathfinder RPG. As gamers who started back in the early 80's, we've played quite a few rpg's, and quite a few versions of D&D. The 4th edition just didn't float our boat. If you get a chance, stop by out podcast sometime. Cheers!

  6. @Timelessadventures, I can say that after discovering it most (if not all) of my players are using them. They are just too handy! As a fellow gamer who began playing in the 80s I can sympathize. I tried D&D 4th edition, and I’ll admit it had some great ideas, but alas it was not for us. We are currently VERY happy with Pathfinder.

    Going to your podcast right now!

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