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President, Jon Brazer Enterprises. Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 5,497 posts (5,510 including aliases). 1 review. 4 lists. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 1 alias.


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Dale McCoy Jr wrote:
I'm guess that science fiction adventures will be the gencon hardback

I just want to say I called it. I had no inside knowledge. Just my guess based on what is popular right now and what paizo did in the past with their adventures/player companions and what they haven't done with their hardbacks.

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Sundakan wrote:
Because babies are the perfect midnight snack.

How terrible are we that that was my first thought?

How about the child is not a child at all. It really is a powerful key to unlocking a series of magical defenses, keeping a magical demon at bay?

How about the baby is really a dead god reincarnated?

How about the bbeg is really the father/mother?

How about the dragon took the child without the bbeg's knowledge?

Any of these work for you?

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A Harbinger of Doom Descends From The Sky

Following the disappearance of personnel at a lumber camp, a mysterious sword drops from the sky, cleaving the very earth to deliver a pronouncement of doom upon all who refuse to leave the logging site. Can the adventurers ferret out the source of this ominous portent and put a stop to it before it wreaks further havoc on the loggers?

Doom of the Sky Sword is an exciting adventure module in Jon Brazer Enterprises’ Deadly Delves series, and is compatible with the best-selling Fifth Edition of the World’s Oldest Fantasy Roleplaying Game. This adventure is designed to challenge four to five 1st-level PCs like no other content has to date. Inside this volume, you’ll find:

  • Two monsters and new encounters for your campaign
  • A full-color map of the abandoned hideout of a trio of troll witches
  • Enough content to get your group of 1st-level PCs through a night of play with little preparation time required

Dangers Unknown. Treasures Untold. Adventure Awaits.

Download Deadly Delves: Doom of the Sky Sword for your Fifth Edition game at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, the OpenGamingStore and Paizo.com.

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Dustin Ashe wrote:
Aren't people worried about bloat and power creep?

HA! No! IMO, they have put out so little I am far more worried about implosion due to not enough options. I would have expected a second monster book, a sizable book of player options (the FR book does not count), and ... more by now.

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wasn't this already tried? Like 3-Play or something?

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Today is my last Monday as an unmarried man. Thursday, April 21st, my wonderful fiancee will become “The Wonderful Mrs McCoy.” We are thrilled and busy as all heck.

As a present to all of you Pathfinder and 5e fans, we put all of our PDFs over at Paizo on sale all week. Get everything at 50% off. This is in addition to your other current sale for our Traveller products over at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow and the OpenGamingStore. So head over to your favorite site and grab these deals today.

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For today's Advanced Wyrwoods preview, we show off the Golembreaker archetype. Click over to JonBrazer.com to check it out.

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For today's Advanced Wyrwoods preview, we show off the Golembreaker archetype. Click over to JonBrazer.com to check it out.

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For Boys and Girls Wishing to Be Real Golems

Animated through eldritch magic, wyrwoods are playable intelligent constructs. Having won their freedom from repressive arcane creators, these crafted people grow in power as all the other heroic races and are free to choose their own destiny. Play this magically-constructed race and prove you are made from sterner stuff than flesh and bone!

Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Wyrwoods is the essential guide for playing a wyrwood character. This 23-page supplement features:

  • Racial Traits to play a wyrwood, 5 alternate racial traits, and 3 new character traits to customize your character for this unique play experience
  • 9 New Character Class Options, including the golembreaker rogue archetype, the verdant bulwark tactician archetype, 2 new rogue talents, a new alchemist discovery, a new oracle mystery, and a new bloodline for bloodragers and sorcerers
  • 5 New Feats, including one that will allow you to create more of your kind
  • 4 New Magic Items and 7 New Spells and Psionic Powers
  • 2 New Philosophies, which range from esoteric to genocidal
  • Details on wyrwood adventurers, as well as suggestions on how to incorporate this race into your world

Be Heroic With This Advanced Race Today!

Download the Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Wyrwoods for Pathfinder at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, Paizo.com, and the OpenGamingStore (formerly d20PFSRD).

Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Wyrwoods is part of the Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Subscription. Purchasing the subscription gets you Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Androids, Advanced Skinwalkers, Advanced Lizardfolk, Advanced Samsarans Advanced Elans, Advanced Merfolk, Advanced Wyvarans, Advanced Changelings, Advanced Catfolk, Advanced Tengu, and Advanced Favored Class Options as well as Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Wyrwoods and 1 more race as soon as it is finished plus the upcoming Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Compendium when it is finished. Download today at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, the OpenGamingStore (formerly d20PFSRD), and Paizo.com.

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Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Wyrwoods comes out tomorrow on Paizo. Today we start showing off what is inside. First off, lets make sure everyone knows what a wyrwood is. So click over to JonBrazer.com and read the racial traits. Stay tuned for more Wyrwood action!

Download the Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Wyrwoods for Pathfinder at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, Paizo.com, and the OpenGamingStore (formerly d20PFSRD).

Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Wyrwoods is part of the [b]Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Subscription[/irl]. Purchasing the subscription gets you Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Androids, Advanced Skinwalkers, Advanced Lizardfolk, Advanced Samsarans Advanced Elans, Advanced Merfolk, Advanced Wyvarans, Advanced Changelings, Advanced Catfolk, Advanced Tengu, and Advanced Favored Class Options as well as Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Wyrwoods and 1 more race as soon as it is finished plus the upcoming Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Compendium when it is finished. Download today at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, the OpenGamingStore (formerly d20PFSRD), and Paizo.com.

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

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I just uploaded Advanced Wyrwoods for the subscribers. It will be available for individual download next week. Enjoy all you subscribers.

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Well, it's appreciation.

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Hey Everyone,

The GM's Day Sale and we couldn't be more excited. We've got 30% off of just about everything we sell and it is at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, the OpenGamingStore, and of course Paizo. So you can get 30% off the Book of Heroic Races Compendium, Deadly Delves: To Claw the Surface, Book of Beasts: Monsters of the Shadow Plane, and much more. Not only that, our D&D 5e, Traveller and 13th Age titles are on sale too.

Don't want. Download today.

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Here's the thing: How close do you want to be Paizo's material do you want to be? Don't answer that just yet. Before I am done, you will probably find that this answer is different than you currently think. Ask yourself these questions:

  • Do you simply like the basic ideas that Paizo has put into the Akiton or do you absolutely love every single word they have published on the planet? To reduce it to a simple yes or not: Did you change anything, at all, no matter how tiny?
  • Did you add anything to it that Paizo did not create? Countries, towns, NPCs, mountains, ruins, etc? Anything?
  • Do you want to go beyond the campaign and also release additional sellables? Player's Guides, Campaign Setting material, Another campaign, anything?

If the answer to any of these is "Yes," then you do not want to be as close to Paizo's material as you had previously thought. If you answered "No," to all of them, then I recommend submitting it off to Paizo. They might be interested in it.

Assuming you said "Yes," my best recommendation is calling the line of products "Red Planet" and then just name the planet something else entirely. People will know what you are talking about from the product line name and if people like it enough, they will either use your material in place of Paizo's (changing the name of the planet) or just use it as a stand alone setting.

Oh and don't mention Paizo's setting in any way. At all. Pretend it doesn't exist when you write. Use their writing as inspiration, in the same way I have a tactician archetype in the upcoming Advanced Wyrwoods where the player can throw a shield and it returns is clearly based on Captain America but never mentions the comics/movies ever.

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Can you hear me Major Tom.

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In my opinion, the best place to start is with the Book of Heroic Races: Player Races 1. It's chocked full of new balanced races for 5e and has a 5-Star review. If you are interested in adventures, we have a pair that you can find right here. (full disclosure these are from my company)

From there, I would recommend checking out either Frog God Games or Legendary Games. They're both good and worth checking out.

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El Ronza wrote:
I love seeing Paizo support them like this. Top-notch stuff.

This.

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Wahoo! Thanks for including us.

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Oh and I also started adding androids to put the OGL material on d20pfsrd.

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Circuits and Wire with a Beating Heart

Mysterious technology so advanced, many think it is magical. Androids know not their true origins, but make their own way in a primitive world of gods and magic despite being creatures of science and electronics. Play this race from the stars and show the world your true mettle.

Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Androids is the essential guide for playing an android character. This 23-page supplement features:

  • Racial Traits to play an android, 5 alternate racial traits, and 2 new character traits to customize your character for this unique play experience
  • 9 New Character Class Options, including the nanoshade ninja archetype, the wiremind cryptic archetype, 2 new rogue talents, and a new barbarian rage power
  • 7 New Feats, including several that increase the power of your nanites
  • 5 New Magic and Mundane Items and 4 New Spells
  • A New Philosophy, which provides its followers a robotic view of birth, life, and death
  • Details on android adventurers as well as suggestions on how to incorporate this race into your world.

Be Heroic With This Advanced Race Today!

Download the Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Androids for Pathfinder at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, Paizo, and coming soon to d20PFSRD.

Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Androids is part of the Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Subscription. Purchasing the subscription gets you Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Skinwalkers, Advanced Lizardfolk, Advanced Samsarans Advanced Elans, Advanced Merfolk, Advanced Wyvarans, Advanced Changelings, Advanced Catfolk, Advanced Tengu, and Advanced Favored Class Options as well as Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Androids and 2 more races as soon as they are finished plus the upcoming Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Compendium when it is finished. Download today at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, d20PFSRD, and Paizo.com.

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Well it is going to depend greatly on how the city and the people view magic in general, and it is going to vary from city to city.

If the city views magic as:

  • A tool, helpful for all even if not accessible by all, then it will probably be in or near the local guild hall or near the market with shops nearby. It will be either totally unguarded or minimally guarded. The few guards that are there are more to collect the toll for using the circle.

  • A power to be kept in the hands of the elite, then there will be one in the mage's tower, guarded by powerful warding to keep various undesired creature types (demons/devils, fey, etc) from using it altogether and to hold desired creature types (humanoids) in a contained area until they can be cleared for entry. Guards: a duty of the lower ranking wizards will be to watch the circle and let one of the higher ranking wizards know when someone comes.

  • A power that should not be trusted but is necessary for the king, then in a converted dungeon with mundane protection (aka stone walls) magnified by magical protection. Guards: oh yes.

  • An excess of an eccentric ruler, then just about everywhere. Literally, you'll see them in random houses, all over the palace, near the stable. There will be one near the ruler's bed chamber for booty calls. For a period of time, building them will be a public works project.

That's just what I can think of off the time of my head.

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Taku Ooka Nin wrote:
One of my players in my Kingmaker campaign

Let me just stop you right there.

First off, let me just say that I love me Kingmaker. My company's early Pathfinder products were directly centered around Kingmaker because I love that campaign that much. I GMed it back in the day.

Having said that, Kingmaker has some serious problems with it. Namely over-reliance on low level monsters well long after they are useful. I had the exact same problem as you and the APG was new when we were playing.

Then there is the fact that the game assumes characters have 4-5 encounters before resting and Kingmaker has an average of 1-2, with only a few exceptions. Take your Sorc/Wiz problem for a moment. he can do that trick many times/day. So the only way for them to be challenged is to give them situations where that cannot be used.

Suggestions:

  • A peasant revolt in their Kingdom. That is just low level guys straight out of the NPC Codex.

  • Monsters with spell resistance.

  • Place old ruins or caves in the kingdom that need explored. Adventure A Week modules or some converted Goodman Games/Necromancer modules are great for this.

  • Forget the random encounters. If there is plot relevant stuff to be found in a hex, it is found and move on. Instead, focus on the multi-encounter days.

As for converting to 5e, yea, it can make a difference. Its a good game and I highly recommend it myself. But that is a decision you need to talk to the group about.

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Advanced Andriods has just been added.

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Happy Belated Birthday, Malwing. And thank you for reviewing Advanced Changelings. Truly, your 5 Star review was a present to me.

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Adam Daigle wrote:
Axial wrote:
Does the article on him contain any crunch?
There are no mechanics included in the Aroden article.

Other than listing his domains. Which brings up the question, what are his subdomains, mysteries, and inquisitions?

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Not everything done by a dwarf can be done better by an elf. #DwarfLivesMatter

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Forthe record, I have been waiting for this much information on Aroden since Pathfinder #1. It is everything I have been waiting for. Thank you Eric. And I can't wait to have the time to read the Adventure, James.

Congratulations Paizo Crew on #100.

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Agreed with everyone else. There is alot less math involved so it is a much easier game to play and run. Adjudicating things are much simpler (forget "does this conditional bonus apply or not", its just advantage or disadvantage). The flatter math of the whole game means monsters stick around longer and a CR 3 encounter is still good when the the players are level 6 without it being a cakewalk encounter.

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New Wayfinder Day, the day I get a whole bunch of new artist Facebook friends and send out facebook messages asking if they want to draw for me. This is followed by the month of me adding new writer facebook friends and sending out facebook messages asking if want to write for me.

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Dale McCoy Jr wrote:

Its the Black Week Sale going on now....

At d20fpsrd, we have everything on we sell there on sale for 40% off. So there’s everything above on sale, but also you can grab the:

Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Subscription

If you (or your fellow players/GM) have any interest in these underutilized races, the BoHR:A subscription is an excellent deal, full of all kinds of flavorful crunchy traits, feats, archetypes, spells, and alternate racial abilities.

thank you for the recommendation good miss.

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Its the Black Week Sale going on now. Get an eye-popping 80% off select products at at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow and an amazing 40% off absolutely everything we have at d20PFSRD.com.

Right now at DriveThruRPG and RPGNow you can some of our best-loved titles at rock bottom prices. Titles like:

At d20fpsrd, we have everything on we sell there on sale for 40% off. So there’s everything above on sale, but also you can grab the:

These amazing deals won’t last long so be sure to grab them now. Go to DriveThruRPG/RPGNow and d20PFSRD.com to get the titles you want today.

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Thank you for mentioning Advanced Skinwalkers.

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With 9 done, getting the Work in Progress Compendium is a real bargain.

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djones wrote:
Any ETA on the Wyrwood content? :)

There are only 3 races left: Androids, Gillmen, and Wyrwoods. Androids is next. It is so close to done, I am hoping to have it out by month's end. But with Thanksgiving coming, I can't promise it. Gillmen and Wyrwoods are both still in the being written phase. They were both my races to write and I've been focused on publishing instead of writing. I'll probably say Androids is it for the year and and spend the rest of the time writing, with the these two races coming out in January and February. I can't say which will be which at this point, but I will see which is closer to being done and focus on that first.

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Advanced Skinwalkers is available now. Find out what is inside atJonBrazer.com.

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Available now at Paizo.com.

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With Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Skinwalkers coming out tomorrow, we are sharing what is inside. Today we are sharing the basic Skinwalker racial traits. Check them out at JonBrazer.com.

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Rynjin wrote:
Ah, I missed the Werewolf one. He looks very tiger-y.

Took me a bit to figure out why he gives a tigery impression. He's hispanic so his base skincolor is not white.

Also, we finished it up last night. So you can download Advanced Skinwalkers right now as part of the Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Compendium Work in Progress before it is available for individual download on Tuesday.

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The Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Subscription now includes Advanced Skinwalkers. Subscribe today to get this Advanced Race now, before everyone else when it is available for individual download.

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Oh and totally awesome!

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Rynjin wrote:
The Kinetic Assailant sounds a lot like the Feral Heart archetype in Ultimate Psionics, but I'm sure you took that into account when you made it.

Matthew Medeiros wrote that archetype, and IIRC he did mention something about that when I first asked him to do that. What he came up with was uniquely skinwalkery and wholey new.

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I am hoping it will be available on Tuesday. However, that may be pushed back a week if I am not satisfied that it is the best it can be. If you want to get it the moment it is available, subscribe to the Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Subscriptions and get it as soon as I upload it instead of waiting for the respective Tuesdays.

The basic racial abilities are the same (albeit with minor edits). We are not doing anything with the breeds (we are not adding new breeds, we are not changing their replaced abilities) for a number of reasons, among them is that I am not sure if the names you cited (ragebred, scaleheart, etc) are open for me to use. So better safe than sorry, we stuck with the basic racial abilities and made new mechanics that all of the breeds can use, (instead of making options that only specific breeds can use). Having said that, the art represents a werewolf-kin soulknife (kinetic assailant), wererat-kin sorcerer, werecrocodile-kin ranger, and a wereboar-kin shaman with the Lunar spirit.

The Kinetic Assailant is a new archetype that basically turns the Wolverine (the X-Men character). The Lunar spirit has roots in the Lunar mystery (from Blood of the Moon), but is distinctly made for the shaman. I'll be talking more about them next week.

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Check out the art from ‪the Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Skinwalkers. Check it out at JonBrazer.com

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One thing we always strive to do at Jon Brazer Enterprises is to try new things. Never content to stick to what we’ve done previously, we always want to go beyond. Today is no different, and so we are releasing printed terrain for the Deadly Delves: Along Came a Spider adventure for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.

These maps are perfect for use with Along Came a Spider and can be repurposed for any other adventure in which you want to use them. They maintain the beautiful background images from the adventure with the addition of lightly visible 1-inch grid marks—but best of all, there are no giant tiles, no compass roses, and no visible spoiler information for your players. You can see the maps as they appear in the adventure here.

Order the printed maps to go with Deadly Delves: Along Came a Spider (PFRPG) by going to DriveThruRPG/RPGNow and choosing “Cards”.

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Yea, personally, I consider warlocks to be between paladin/ranger and sorcerer/wizard in their spellcasting ability. I wouldn't call them full casters but they are better than the half casters.

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thejeff wrote:
Who would build a teleportation circle in the royal bedchamber?

Royal bootie call?

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HenshinFanatic wrote:
the battle master fighter does not have enough options to choose from

That sums up my complains about 5e, except that it extends to EVERYTHING. Core book races: I'm sick of them. Subclasses, ok the basics are covered, how about something fun, unique, and flavorful. Feats, they are all solid options, but nothing that excites me. Short adventures that I can use to make my own campaign, nope.

This is why I am making my own material and buying into other 5e compatible material.

I really didn't mean for this post to be a plug for my own company, but that is what it turned out to be.

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Mike McArtor wrote:

Except the part that made them cold-blooded.

*sigh*

Was searching for something else and ran across this old post.

We miss you good sir.

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Available now at Paizo.com. This 1st-level adventure, written by Joel Flank and edited by Richard Mooreand Kevin Morris, is 19 pages long, includes 2 maps, a new monster, several modified monsters and NPCs, and a new trap.

It is ideal for a Halloween game with your Pathfinder group.

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These Spiders Aren’t So Itsy Bitsy

Giant spiders have overrun Mossdale, and every last villager is either dead and dessicated, or cocooned and abducted. But what were they after, and who coordinated the vermin to attack en masse? Could it have been the local ettercap or a crazed arachnophile druid… or was something far more sinister behind the attack? Can the adventurers rescue the missing citizens and foil the plans of the nefarious mind behind this dastardly deed before it is too late?

Along Came a Spider is an exciting adventure module in Jon Brazer Enterprises’ Deadly Delves series, and is compatible with the best-selling Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. This adventure is designed to challenge four to five 1st-level PCs like no other content has to date. Inside this volume, you’ll find:

  • A new monster, 2 NPCs, a unique trap, and more material for your Pathfinder campaign
  • Two full-color maps, one of the ruined alchemist shop and another of the an ancient stone circle where spiders and worse horrors prowl
  • Enough content to get your group of 1st-level PCs through a night of play with little preparation time required

Dangers Unknown. Treasures Untold. Adventure Awaits.

Download the Deadly Delves: Along Came a Spider for Pathfinder at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, d20PFSRD, and Paizo.com.

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