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Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 104 posts (109 including aliases). 6 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 1 alias.



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An excellent source for a dark, gritty, action-packed campaign!

*****

Merisiel battling a bloat mage high over Kaer Maga - it's reminiscent of a Die Hard movie (although Merisiel is much better looking than John McClane) and the picture exudes a level of action that just makes you want to play or run in the city of Kaer Maga – a city of outcasts. A city of strangers.

Paizo’s layout is high quality as always and the two column standard layout is easy to read. The sections are clearly defined and the art is once again top notch throughout the book.

The city of Kaer Maga itself has tones of Sanctuary, New Crobuzon, and Sigil, to name a few, but comes together in a cohesive setting that allows a GM’s mind to wander while enticing players to wander the rings that make up the city itself.

The cast of NPC’s, organizations, monsters and magic enforce the darker side setting of the city. A resourceful GM could run adventure upon adventure with this book alone and never want for more.

While standard Pathfinder stats are present this book, along with most in the Chronicles line, could be used with any fantasy rpg making it an excellent buy for any GM looking for a city of magic and mayhem.


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An old idea made new!

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For those players who have never had the chance to play in a sandbox campaign this is a great example. A wide open map and adventure that has a beginning and end but allows the DM great latitude in bringing things together at his own pace.

The sense of wonder that this AP has instilled in my older players reminds me why it's still fun to play this great game!


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Another outstanding issue!

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Each issue has gotten better and better. In three short issues this e-mag is approaching the point of being a viable replacement for Dragon.

Kudos Wolfgang, kudos.

Greg Volz


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Excellent Product - An outstanding start

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Just reading this makes my players want to jump right in and start. I'm holding them back until more material is produced because I know once we start they'll want to game more and more!


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Great Map for a city fight

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I'm running a city-based campaign and this type of map is invaluable. I can throw together an alley fight, a run through a city street, or a roof-top rogue battle.

Excellent product.


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