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Across the Cinderlands

Friday, April 4, 2008

In Pathfinder #10: "A History of Ashes" the players leave the city of Korvosa for the first time and set out into the wilds of Varisia. Check out the monsters, foes, and encounters you'll face when traveling the wilds of the fabled Cinderlands!

Joshua J. Frost
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