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I've been deployed for the last 10 months, and in that time have had plenty of time to come up with a grand story or 2 that I just HAVE to tell. One I'm working on (I hope) is going to be a comic someday. The other I plan on working into a tabletop campaign, but there's just one problem. I've never ran a campaign, and have only participated in one other (shortlived, but EPIC [Dark Heresy]). So I'm coming here asking for help.
I chose Pathfinder because I know that I and my gaming buddies all have a copy of the book, all (that I am aware) that I need is the bestiary and a DM book? right? I've a great story, and have been working on character design and settings etc, but I have no idea about the mechanics involved with setting up dungeons and scenarios. After reading the rules I didn't see anything about help threads. If its kosher, I'd like to keep updating this with progress and tidbits about the campaign, as well as ask questions about designing the engaging part of table top RPGs (at least for me) the combat.
First and Foremost:
What do I need (aside from the Pathfinder Core Rulebook) to get started?
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