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Solid Racial Codex

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If you are just looking for the mechanics for various races, you are probably better suited by the Advanced Race Guide. This is a campaign setting book, so while the appendix that collects all the racial stats together is useful, the bulk of the book is dedicated to descriptions of the various races and their place in Golarian.

It's a good reference for Pathfinder GMs, but not a must buy for everyone.

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Everything You Need


This was already one of my favorite Paper Mini sets. The updated version now includes everything you need for the adventure. It even has distinctive figures, labelled with names, for each of the NPCs from bandits to kobolds to mites.

This product line keeps getting better and better. They pack a lot of bang for your buck.

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Lost City is what adventuring is all about


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As a patron for Open Design‘s Lost City I am slightly biased. I wasn’t really involved in pitching ideas however; my patronage was really more of a pre-order. A sign of my faith that Open Design would deliver an excellent adventure for 4th Edition Dungeons and Dragons. Logan Bonner does not disappoint.

In a way Lost City brings a taste of classic Dungeons and Dragons to the latest edition. Inspired by such classics as B4: The Lost City and S4: The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth. Out in the desert, there is a ruined city. Not just any old city, but the wreckage of a once flying city. What treasures await inside? Will the characters befriend the inhabitants still living within, or destroy them? Much of the destiny of the city is left in the character’s hands.

The main inhabitants of city are the Oklu, a race of reptilian humanoids. Servitors to the original builders of the lost city, the Oklu will likely become both allies and obstacles to the characters as they explore. The factions of Oklu are split on how to protect their sacred home. The characters are likely to upset the balance of power. They could unite the Oklu and restore the city to its former glory or just as easily spark a civil war as they plunder it.

My favorite section of the adventure are the hanging gardens. A portion of the city fell upside down. Now plants hang from the floors of the city. Exploring from upside down building to building will be require great athleticism or the aid of magic. Just be careful not to fall when fighting off the insectoid hive that made the area their home.

If you are looking looking for an excellent paragon tier adventure for Dungeons and Dragons, Lost City is a must buy. It could easily be adaptable to Dark Sun or any other setting with a large unexplored desert. Lost City is what adventures are all about.

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Kicks it up a notch


I always love the monster revisited books. But this one is really excellent. Not only is it filled with great ideas on how to use undead in your campaign, but the sample monsters are fantastic. They assume you already have plenty of low level undead. Other than the lowly CR 6 allip and CR 9 wight lord, everything else is CR 12 and up. With some incredibly villainous CR 19, 20, and 21 monstrosities to terrorize your player characters with.

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Memorable Villains for any Campaign


The Rival Guide contains 10 ready made groups to oppose your PCs.

Average CR, Level, and Alignment of each Group:
Kodar Kneecappers (Alignments: CG) Level 3 (Group CR 7)
Poisoned Lodge (Alignments: NE, CN) Level 6 (Group CR 9)
Hands of Slaughter (Alignments: CE, NE) Level 8 (Group CR 11)
Marrow Reavers (Alignments: CE, NE) Level 8 (Group CR 12)
Argent Blades (Alignments: N, CN, NG, LN) Level 10 (Group CR 13)
Queen's Hand (Alignments: LE) Level 12 (Group CR 14)
Night Harrows (Alignments: CE, NE, LE) Level 14 (Group CR 17)
Dust Coven (Alignments: CE) Level 16 (Group CR 19)
Hellblood Corsairs (Alignments: CE, NE) Level 18 (Group CR 21)
Children of Steel (Alignments: NE, CN, CE) Level 20 (Group CR 23)

Alignments tend toward CE overall, but include a few good groups that may not be direct foes. This is an excellent book filled with memorable NPCs. It is especially nice at mid to high levels (10+) where complex high level foes are time consuming to create yourself.

I recommend this book for any long running campaign. I would buy a sequel with 10 more groups if I could.

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