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Pact Stone GM's page

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About Pact Stone GM

Welcome! This groovy little beetle performing yoga poses is the GM for the "Pact Stone Pyramid", a play by post game on the Paizo boards. (Pathfinder, level 7).

Here is a handy link to the PBP THREAD ITSELF.

And here's one to the GAME DISCUSSION THREAD.

And while we're at it, I'll try to keep links here to the photos revealed so far:

  • The Maps so far

  • A few Desert Shots

  • Halstadt Morgrym's Divination Vision from Angradd

  • The Voyage to A'Viss (a city in the elemental plane of water)

  • The Tumen Oasis

  • Miscellaneous (The stray photos that don't really have a home.)

  • Pictures of the PCs from the Players

    The photos look better and are easier to navigate if you click the slideshow button.

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