The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game features dozens of races and classes. Many settings assume that all these species and occupations exist. But what if the GM wants to shake up
assumptions and create world that lacks forest-loving elves, mountain-dwelling
dwarves, or knights in full plate mail? A few adjustments to the standard races and classes in your game can create interesting new settings without having to deviate away from the rules players know so well.
A new article for EN World’s TRAILseeker online magazine, “Shaking Up Assumptions” provides a way for you to create an interesting new setting in moments, just by tweaking the standard Pathfinder race and class lists. It also provides the starting point for two new campaign settings based on these techniques.