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The Pharasmin Sequences

Welcome to this year’s holiday event, The Pharasmin Sequences! With the arrival of the Statue of Pharasma and all the rare new ingredients and recipes to craft it in Early Enrollment 2.4, Pharasma herself wanted to give everyone a special opportunity to gather the specific Remembrances each escalation drops, and that are needed in large quantities to craft a statue worthy of her.

Open Enrollment v2.4 Release Notes

These are the Release Notes for Open Enrollment v2.4. The release build of OE 2.4 has been running on the Test Server since Tuesday, December 15 and was deployed to Live on Thursday, December 17. This release focuses on adding new Statue of Pharasma structures and the raw materials, salvage items and recipes for crafting them. It also adds five new sequences for use in this year’s holiday event.

Open Enrollment v2.3 Release Notes

These are the Release Notes for Open Enrollment v2.3. The release build of OE 2.3 has been running on the Test Server since Friday, October 23 and was deployed to Live on Tuesday, October 27. This release focuses on adding new structures to support Combat Alchemists and adding a rebalanced Seekers from the Citadel escalation to the standard rotation.

Of Characters and Clouds

Getting right to the big news first, here's a screenshot of the first character to enter a version of Pathfinder Online with all of the game servers running in the cloud:

Opening Up the Echo Woods

We soft-launched Open Enrollment back in December, then took some time to work out the kinks. Now we're ready to tell the world about the big changes Open Enrollment brought to Pathfinder Online, the additional improvements our surprisingly small two-person development team continues to make, and more specifically our new pricing of just $5 per character per month.