The Great Pathfinder Breakup

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The Great Pathfinder Breakup

Infographic by Emme Perencevich

Infographic by Emme Perencevich

Emme Perencevich

Infographic by Emme Perencevich

Emme Perencevich

Emme Perencevich

Infographic by Emme Perencevich

William Irvine, Reporter

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Today is a very sad day for those who enjoy the RPG game Pathfinder. As of two weeks ago, Pathfinder club does not exist, and the RPG game scene in City High School is dominated by a new club: tabletop RPG club. While Pathfinder was focused entirely on the game Pathfinder, tabletop RPG club features many games.

“We still play Pathfinder, Dungeon World, and we plan on playing Dungeons and Dragons fifth edition and other games like that,” Demetrious Ramirez ‘20 said. “We play many more games, and we have actual funding, we can actually do interesting things with that.”

While Pathfinder was enjoyed by many City High students, it wasn’t perfect.

“Pathfinder ended because the previous people who ran the club didn’t really know what they are doing and didn’t have an organized support structure,” Ramirez said.

Ramirez suggests that people looking for a good RPG experience should try out City Highs new tabletop RPG club. With its vast amount of games, players, and experience This club is meant for those interested in RPGs. The club meets every week, and are even willing to meet on weekends and outside of school if a game needs to continue. The members of Tabletop RPG club are looking to be the definitive go-to RPG club at City High School, bringing the previously divided clubs into one firm, diverse, and accepting club.