Pathfinder: Kingmaker Imperial Edition 1.1.6d | 25.69 GB
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.11+
Processor type(s) & speed: Core i7-3610QE+
RAM minimum: HD Graphics 4000+
Video RAM: 4Gb
Previous patch notes here
- Two new portraits based on player poll results have been added – an Aasimar Paladin and a Human Sorcerer.
- A new pack of custom hairstyles and beards for different races have been added.
- Players could keep more companions than expected in the final quest of the Wildcards DLC (the “Sorrowflow” area). Resolution: fixed.
- Ekundayo was too close to enemies during the ritual (the “Bury the Past” quest), resulting in issues with quest completion. Resolution: fixed.
- The “Against All Odds” quest didn’t count as completed even when it was. Resolution: fixed.
- Lantern King’s curse was incorrectly assuming all characters had only 4 spell levels available, severely penalizing full spellcasters. Resolution: fixed, now the curse limits spellcasting as intended.
- Some pages could be missing in the Epilogue. Resolution: fixed.
- How to Build a Kingdom quest could get stuck on the “Found a new village” objective in some cases. Resolution: fixed.
- The conversation in the Throne Room that raises the Arcane stat to rank X wouldn’t trigger if you had the Storyteller as your magister. Resolution: fixed.
- Sometimes kingdom visitors would get stuck because the game wrongfully assumed the baron is having a romantic encounter (often because a shortcut mod had been used). Resolution: exiting the kingdom interface now returns you to the personal chambers in this case, so the romantic encounter can be finally resolved.
- In some cases, both Kalikke and Kanerah were available to add to the party roster even when only one of them should have been available. Resolution: fixed.
- Conversely, sometimes both Kalikke and Kanerah could disappear from the party roster. Resolution: fixed as well.
- There were issues controlling the Kinetic Knight archetype during combat. Resolution: fixed.
Classes & Mechanics
- Barbarian spirits summoned by the Warpainted Skull of Duthica had the wrong faction, which might have lead to them attacking some NPCs. Resolution: fixed.
- Fixed a misplaced parenthesis that turned all left-handed characters back into right-handed ones. Also, fixed sword scabbards having wrong offsets for left-handed characters.
- When loading a game with a polymorphed character and polymorphing back, the character’s model wouldn’t actually change until an area transition. Resolution: fixed.
- Fixed a crash-to-menu that could sometimes happen when entering an area from the Global Map while having an active animal companion. S* ome item enchantment parameters (i.e., the DC of saving throws against the item’s abilities) would not get saved when saving the game, leading to incorrect values after loading (it still could be fixed by re-equipping the item). Resolution: fixed, all item parameters are now saved.
Narrative Designer Chris Avellone and composer Inon Zur, Owlcat Games is proud to bring you the first isometric computer RPG set in the beloved Pathfinder tabletop universe. Pathfinder: Kingmaker puts you in the role of a brave adventurer fighting to survive in a world beset by magic and evil! Take on the role of a canny fighter hacking through enemies with an enchanted sword, a powerful sorceress blessed with magic by the hint of demon blood in her veins, a wise cleric of gods benevolent or malignant, a witty rogue ready to defuse even the deadliest of traps, or any of countless other heroes. The only limit is your imagination!
To the north lie the Stolen Lands, a region that has been contested territory for centuries. Hundreds of kingdoms have risen and fallen in these lands, and now it is time for you to make your mark—by building your own kingdom! To do so, you’ll need to survive the harsh wilderness and the threat of rival nations… as well as threats within your own court.
Pathfinder: Kingmaker is based on Paizo’s award-winning Pathfinder Adventure Path of the same name. You certainly don’t need to be familiar with the story, but if you are, you will encounter characters you know and love as well as a host of brand-new events, companions, allies, and threats that expand and enhance the original Adventure Path. With help from Paizo and their authors, the story and quests have been expanded by RPG writer Chris Avellone and the Owlcat team, allowing for even more adventure in the already rich narrative of the Stolen Lands.
While Pathfinder: Kingmaker is a single-player game, you won’t be adventuring alone. Kingmaker features a diverse cast of companions and NPCs, including iconic characters from the Pathfinder setting itself. You’ll need to decide who to trust and who to watch carefully, as each companion has an agenda, alignment, and goals that may differ from yours. Your journey will become their journey, and you’ll help shape their lives both in the moment and well into the future.
We chose to adapt the Kingmaker adventure path because it features a host of open-world mechanics, allowing players to experience the story at their own pace as they explore the Stolen Lands, which will challenge you as both an adventurer and a ruler. Most importantly, the game allows you to claim these lands as your own, letting you carve your own kingdom from the wilderness. While classic dungeon crawling and exploration lie at the heart of this adventure, diplomacy, politics, and the ability to lead troops in the field are also part of the challenge. Choose your allies well, and keep them close while exploring ancient tombs and ruins — and while dealing with politics in your own court.
As you’ll discover, building a kingdom goes beyond simply building a stronghold: Your kingdom is a reflection of your character and your choices throughout the game. It is a living thing shaped by your alignment, your allies, and your ability to lead your people. Not only can your kingdom expand, opening up new territories and allowing you to build new towns and communities, but your capital city will physically change based on your decisions, your policies, and even whom you choose to ally with. As your kingdom grows, a number of factions and neighboring countries will come to you to seek favor—and to test your strength.