Paizo.com’s annual Great Golem Sale just went LIVE on the site, with thousands of items listed at obscene discounts up to 90% off!
Every year as a lead-in to the holiday season, Paizo likes to dig through their warehouse and make some tough decisions about what needs to move out, and this year is no exception! The Great Golem Sale extends through the entire month of October, so you can act now to grab fantastic products at previously unthinkable discounts off the cover price! And you’ll want to move fast. With prices as low as $1.00 for classic Pathfinder Modules like Entombed with the Pharaohs or Conquest of Bloodsworn Vale to the Inner Sea World Guide hardcover at 50% off, these items will not last long!
Here are a few highlights Pathfinder fans will want to check out while they remain in stock:
Select Pathfinder Modules on sale for a buck!
Key Pathfinder Adventure Path volumes at $5.00 each! Choose from select volumes of Curse of the Crimson Throne, Second Darkness, Legacy of Fire, Council of Thieves, Serpent’s Skull, Skull & Shackles, or Shattered Star!
Complete your early Pathfinder Campaign Setting collection at prices starting at $2.00 each!
Catch up on Dynamite Entertainment’s fantastic Pathfinder Comics at $2.00 each for most issues and reduced prices on ultra-rare limited edition cover variants!
Looking for something else? Here’s a complete list of all Paizo products in the Great Golem sale!
Dungeons & Dragons more your speed? Check out Paizo’s very first Adventure Path, The Shackled City for $14.99 in hardcover!
Complete Dungeon Magazine’s legendary 4-part World of Greyhawk Map for ONE BUCK a quadrant! I’m frankly surprised we still have this left, but at this price it certainly won’t be here for much longer!
For that matter, check out the classic runs of Dragon and Dungeon magazines that put Paizo on the map for only about $2.00 an issue!
Awesome accessories like dice, cards, and sleeves are currently available at crazy discounts!
You may remember the 128-page Dragon: Monster Ecologies book. You probably don’t remember it being ONE DOLLAR.
The Art of Dragon hardcover for $3.00? My God, it’s full of stars!