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Pathfinder Society Member. 2 posts (6 including aliases). 2 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 2 aliases.


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Cheliax

Dark Sasha wrote:
I just want to say that I applaud Paizo's Development team for not specifying the circumstances regarding Aroden's death.

I agree with you. It expands the creativity of the GM knowing he can make it HIS world and not just another "out of the box" genre. I myself am doing research for just this reason. I'm trying to find the best scenario to place the absence of Aroden in the world. No one really knows HOW he died and no one knows if he is REALLY dead (at least none that I can find). I have found no where that states a body was recovered or found or if he might have just, poof, disappeared. It will make a good adventure and plot lines to find out the who, whys, and wheres on this one.

Cheliax

Love the cover!


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