Pure Steam was just granted a Pathfinder Compatibility License! What does this mean?
1. We'll be able to use Paizo copyrighted material, giving credit where it's due.
2. We'll be able to put the Pathfinder logo on our products.
3. A larger base will (hopefully) give our game a try.
Why is this so huge? Well, Pathfinder is currently the biggest tabletop RPG on the market. Yeah, suck it 4E! I love this, because Wizards (imho) tried to screw Paizo out of business by taking back the Dungeon and Dragon magazine publishing rights. Paizo has taken the once defunct 3.5 ruleset, revamped it, and crammed it back down Wizards' throat.
There are some great classes in Pathfinder which will suit Pure Steam well. Examples are the alchemist and gunslinger.
What are you looking for in a Steampunk setting?