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City at the Center of the World

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

That's what they call Absalom—the City at the Center of the World. The largest city in the Inner Sea region, Absalom's the cultural and religious center of humanity on Golarion. Of course, that doesn't mean you'll only see humans there! As the first truly enormous city we've detailed in Golarion, there's a lot going on in Absalom that would probably look out of place in smaller cities like Korvosa—but in Absalom, the unusual is an everyday facet of life.

The book just recently went off to the printer, so what better time to give folk their first official look at Ben Wootten's rendering of the skyline of the City at the Center of the World?

James Jacobs
Pathfinder Editor-in-Chief

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