We have been fortunate lately to have a couple of Pathfinder 2e players take the time to build boon cards for us in the game. It seems there some people struggling with the concept of the slotted boon system. Don’t worry if you are among those folks because yours truly has been there too. Someone suggested that boon cards be made so that players can print them out and insert them into a 9-pocket card page that goes into 3-ring binders. I took the advice, downloaded the boons, cut them out, inserted them into the card page, and was ready to play. It really helped because I just had that page right along with my character sheet while I played.
As you can see in these examples, cards have great artwork, explain which slot if any the boon should occupy, and describe the boon as well as tell where access to the boon came from. The only real downside is that you might be tempted to look at the boons from scenarios you have not played yet, but that’s up to you to resist the temptation. The boons also come with backing sheets like the one I posted below.
If you want to know more about the boons, then go to the Pathfinder Society Second Edition Guild Guide, specifically this part of the guide here. The boons themselves are at PFSPrep.com which is a great resource for GMs and players too. I’ll link the main site in the resources section of this blog. You will also find another set of boon cards on the PFSPrep.com too. They are just as good. Here’s what they look like.
I hope this helps our PFS2 players and GMs out on the boons. The information is pretty clear and having these cards really helps us out.