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One of the absolute best!

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This scenario is packed with awesome roleplay and a story that will chill players to the bone.

The atmosphere and suspense is more tangible than in any scenario I have previously run or played. Players will not know what to expect but they will know from the first minutes of play that they are in for a challenge unlyke anything the PFS has presented before.

Kudos to Ron Lundeen and Mark Moreland for an original and well presented story!


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Asian Heroism at its Best...

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Dave has done it again this novel is fast paced and very funny. The characters are memorable and as reader I was sucked whole into Tian-Xia.
It was like reliving great chinesse fantasy movies such as "Crouching Tiger Hiden Dragon", "House of Flying Dagers" and "Hero".
However, the ending comes through as a bit rushed and without the final judgement I was expecting and hoping for.

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Radovan should have burned in Hell for his spineless cowardice!


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Fast paced scoundrels

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An imaginative twist combining elements of The Ring and Oceans 11.
The characters are a ragtag band of anti-heroes which I find refreshing. What could have been a stereotipical battle of good vs. evil is one of evil vs. scum.
RDL writes in a style that makes it hard to put this book away.


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A must for Pathfinder Society fans.

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A good starting point for understanding the mindset of a pathfinder.

The gothic horror is well done and while it builds on stereotypes it still has the ability to surprise.


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Random Frustration

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I was enterntained and had a good time while playing this scenario. However I got increasingly more frustrated and uninterested as it became apparent that our choice of actions and our skills had no real bearing on the progression of events in the scenario.

Many OP scenarios railroad players through a predetermined set of events/encounters, but at least have a sense of purpose and manage to give players an illusion of being able to choose which course of action is take.

The randomness of The Asmodeus Mirage takes even that away and made me loose all sense of selfdetermination. The scenario absolutely succeeds at making me feel lost as in wandering through endless dunes, but more in a frustrating way than in a wanderous desert exploration way.

We had fun however the faction missions where well thought out.


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