This site is dedicated to the home-brew conversion of the entire Eberron campaign world from d20 v3.5 to the Pathfinder rules set, including, but not limited to, the races, classes, prestige classes, feats, spells, magical items and creatures originally presented in the Eberron campaign world. Out of personal preference and the lack of resource material, I will be specifically omitting anything concerning Eberron that was originally released for the Dungeons & Dragons 4th edition rules set. The intention of this site is to have one centralized source of information for my players to refer to concerning the myriad of alterations necessary to have the Eberron campaign setting used with Pathfinder rules as well as an updated collection of the stories and adventures that have made up my longest running campaign to date.

    For clarification, I do not claim, in any manner, shape, form or context, that I own either the Eberron campaign world, the d20 v3.5 rules set, the Pathfinder rules set, the material presented by Dreamscarred Press or the Dungeons & Dragons 4th edition rules set, nor do I claim, in any manner, shape, form or context, to own the rights any material, be it text, images or likenesses presented therein. I am putting this content together under my understanding of the Community Use Open Game License for Pathfinder and strongly encourage anyone that sees a problem, breach of ownership or other issue to contact me directly at concerning any needed alteration or removal. I would also like to personally give thanks to Keith Baker, the original author of the Eberron campaign setting, for providing such a rich and colorful world and to all of the people at Paizo and Dreamscarred Press for providing a rules system that I have enjoyed using.

In essence, this site is just my very long, very detailed opinion of how the Eberron campaign setting would work in Pathfinder.

If you wish to use this material or re-post it online somewhere, I only ask that you acknowledge that this site is constantly being updated and revised for the foreseeable future and that you have the Open Game Licence notice appropriately visible. 

Thank you.

- Daniel 'Tzizimine' Clarke