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Wen Histani

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A Pathfinder tie to H.P. Lovecraft


Once again Pathfinder finds a way to cater to all story genres and player tastes. As an avid fan of H.P. Lovecraft, I was excited to lead my group through this module. Those who have little experience in the macabre atmosphere generally accompanied in Lovecraftian horror, will not be put off as the story does a wonderful job in explaining key elements and adding vivid sensory detail.

For the young adult crowd, this story, based loosely off of "The Dunwich Horror", and I hope this inspires you to look more into the genre.

As a gamer, my advice as a gm, would be to get a grid map and a few erasable markers. The maps given are very comprehensive and easy to draw. This also prevents confusion during combat.

All in all, two thumbs up.

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