Pathfinder city books

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Jan Paparazzi

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I reading more and more about city books and I came across some Pathfinder city books. Even though it's fantasy, oddly enough it has a lot in common with modern day city books. I especially like the clarity in which those books present themselves. They are not worried about painting themselves in a corner here and there. I already found Guide to Absolom, City of Strangers (Kaer Maga) and Magnimar, City of Monuments. Does anyone have a complete list of all Pathfinder city books, because it seems like there are a lot of them?
 

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I've got several of them: Guide to Korvosa, Cities of Golarion, Towns of the Inner Sea, a few others. As with many of their other works, I find Pathfinder's stuff to be high quality and worth having.
 

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So the Adventure Paths are playable quests, I assume? And the modules are adventures as well, I guess?
So the campaign setting sourcebooks is the category in which I should look, I guess.
Oh, wait there is a second edition as well. Lost Omens is a category. And two categories called Adventures to top it off. Nice. :errr:

I think I should look at Lost Omens (2e) and Campaign Settings Sourcebooks (1e).
 

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Yep. But contributing to the mix is that the adventure path books contain a good bit of information about the cities out of which they're based, if applicable.
 
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