I've been stewing on running a campaign that is a blend of several of the Ap's and thought that with all of the recent support for Magnimar, why not run CoCT there with some minor changes?
I was looking at beginning the Campaign with the PCs relatively new in town and witnessing the Festival wherein the the Lord Mayor and Ileosa get married. Shortly thereafter they are contracted to intercept a shipment of an unknown substance from leaving the island of Ordelia, (using the portion of the Skinsaw Murders in Magnimar minus the Clocktower). Upon arrival they interrupt a meeting between Ironbriar and a Red Mantis assassin, who are negotiating the sale of Vorel's Phage. The Mantis makes off, leaving the PCs to deal with Ironbriar.
Leaving there they learn that the Lord Mayor is ill and that the Lady Mayor has been named Queen Regent, until such a time as the Lord Mayor revokes the status. Afterward, they are led to Misgivings where they must investigate the disease.
Upon their return to Magnimar, the lord mayor has passed and the tainted ship and monies have arrived inciting seven days to the grave. Upon the completion of this they find the Chelish Crux among the belongings of the Urgathoans, indicating that something of note was hidden in the closed pathfinder hall of Delvehaven (relocated to Magnimar), leading the PCs to undertake What Lies in Dust, with the hilt of Serithtial replacing the Morrowfall, and inserting a treatise on Kazavon, his downfall and his legacy.
With the hilt in hand the PCs begin to realize what they are facing and race off to Windsong Abbey (where the pommel gem has replaced the Shard of Envy) then to Scarwall (where the full weapon can be reforged following the recovery of the blade). Once the weapon is reforged the PCs return to Magnimar and complete Crown of Fangs to wrap up the campaign.
Any thoughts on how to improve or modify the campaign for a more logical or streamlined approach? I enjoy the parts of the AP's that I picked, and they seemed to work together fairly well, with only minor changes mechanically for them to work.