An overview of the spellslinger wizard archetype for the Pathinder Roleplaying Game, including a basic sample build.
If you're looking to play a rogue in Pathfinder, this guide will explain the essential skills you'll want to master and cover some common build types.
This guide takes a look at the martial artist archetype for monks in Pathfinder and includes a small sample build.
This guide to the zen archer archetype takes you through the ins-and-outs of the various class abilities and gets you started with a short sample build to show you what you can do with your bow-toting monk.
A guide to the cruel vivisectionist, an archetype for the alchemist class in Pathfinder. Contains an overview of abilities and a 5th-level sample build to serve as a starting point for your character.
A guide to the knife master rogue archetype for Pathfinder, including a short sample build to get you started.
A look at why Pathfinder's holy gun archetype doesn't work as advertised, and how you can play a similar and more effective character without it, including a brief sample build.
This guide takes a look at barbarian rage powers and the most common build type (using a big two-hander. Included is a short sample build.
I take a look at the hexcrafter magus archetype, as well as highlight some hexes that are interesting choices. At the end, as usual, you'll find a small sample build.
This guide takes a quick look at the spellslinger's forgotten buddy, the arcane bomber. It includes a general overview and some advice on how to build the character, including a sample build.
An in-depth look at Pathfinder's fighter and what you can do to make sure you're a solid asset to your group. This guide takes a look at several common fighter types (based on fighting style) and provides sample builds for them to get you started. Recently updated to expand sample builds up through 10th level.
Intimidated by all those Fighter archetypes in Pathfinder? I break down all of the archetypes from the core books and discuss them in brief, so you don't have to read each one in full to know if it could work for your character.