Fursona (Pathfinder)

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Covers of the Fursona rule books.

Fursona is a series of supplementary rule books for the Pathfinder Rolepaying Game.


The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game (PFRPG) is a fantasy role-playing game. Published in 2009 by Paizo Publishing, it is an expansion and modification of the Revised 3rd Edition rules for Dungeons and Dragons.


In 2011, Skortched Urf' Studios released the PFRPG supplement Fursona (The Definitive Guide to Creating Anthropomorphic Characters). Written by Chris A. Field, the 105-page book was published as a downloadable PDF file, and provided rules for generating new anthropomorphic animal characters:[1]

Fursona (Pathfinder)
The Fursona system can quickly generate new alien species, demi-human or metahuman races for fantasy gaming, uplifted animals, genetically engineered mutants and animalistic superheroes, as well as magical beasts: magical crossbreeds, even unfortunates like Arachnae, who are cursed with animalistic form by the gods.
Fursona (Pathfinder)

Fursona was followed by Fursona II (New Options for Anthropomorphic Heroes), twenty pages of additional rules in six chapters: "Giraffes", "Song Birds", "Snails and Turtles", "Dr. Suessian oddities", "Jellyfish", and "Catfish, Swordfish and Others".[2]

The third Fursona volume, Fursona III (Modern Mutants and Engineered Anthros), contained thirty-seven pages devoted to further modifying the Fursona add-on, to create "superhumans, aliens and assorted genetic freaks".[3]


  1. Fursona description on rpgnow.com. Retrieved June 2, 2012
  2. Fursona II description on rpgnow.com. Retrieved June 2, 2012
  3. Fursona III description on rpgnow.com. Retrieved June 2, 2012

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