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Pathfinder Society Member. 1,785 posts. 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 9 aliases.


Current Campaigns


Kingmaker [PbP]


GameMaster Old Guy GM

The Kings' Patron


Sebastian Callen

A fairly straightforward Kingmaker campaign, with emphasis on the relationship with the patron.

OGGM's Hook Mountain Massacre


GameMaster Old Guy GMShalelu_Andosana

OGGM's Star Wars


GameMaster Old Guy GM

Old Guy's Wrath of the Righteous Campaign


GameMaster Old Guy GM

This is a mythic campaign using the Wrath of the Righteous AP.

Temple of Torag
Ancestors
Lair of the Vile and Vicious

Prometheuis falling. An Iron Gods Campaign


Aelden CormallenOld Guy GM

The cave
This is for the Iron Gods Adventure Path.
To see sights never seen in Golarion before, to handle things so advanced that it seems like magic.

Previous Campaigns



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