Sunday, February 24, 2013

Pathfinder Condition Cards

While my realm of choice for fantasy gaming is normally Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition, to be specific), my latest sponsor, Jerry, requested a set of player condition cards for Pathfinder. I've created cards for 15 of the more common statuses that Jerry and his gaming group encounter. The details on the cards are based on the status definitions found on the D20 Pathfinder SRD website. If you've downloaded my set of D&D 4th Edition Condition Cards, you'll notice similar statuses appear in both games, like Blinded, while conditions like Nauseated are unique to Pathfinder.

With this set of condition cards, I've broken the various effects for conditions into five different groups for easy reference: General, Attack, Defense, Skill & Ability, and Movement.
If Pathfinder is the name of your game, download this helpful, and whimsically fun, set of condition cards for you and your group. Enjoy!

Download Pathfinder Condition Cards


  1. These are awesome (and 3.5 compatible)! These must have taken quite a bit of time. Thank you!

    1. Oh cool! I didn't know that these were 3.5 compatible, that's good to know!

  2. These cards are great! A big hit amongst my players, they immediately replaced the folded note cards we had, except for a few that we didn't have replacements for.

    Could you do a couple more for the following conditions?

    1. Thanks! I'm glad you're finding them useful. =) Thanks for inquiring about additional cards. The cards that I made were commissioned, and unfortunately, unless someone commissions the other conditions that you mentioned, I just wouldn't be able to work them into my current work queue any time soon due to prioritization. If that would be something that interests you, please feel free to email me at with any questions.


    2. I was trying to download these, but it says that the file isn't supported or was damaged. Am I doing something wrong?

    3. Oops - I was doing it wrong, trying to right click save instead of following the link to the download page. Sorry!

  3. What about the other conditions like Staggered

    1. This was a commissioned set of Pathfinder cards, so the conditions that you see cards for were the ones requested by the person paying for them. They decided to leave out a number of cards that his group really didn't come across often.


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