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Erastil

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Pathfinder Adventure Path, Card Game, Roleplaying Game Subscriber. FullStarFullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 356 posts (361 including aliases). 40 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 10 Pathfinder Society characters.



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5 Stars Minus 1 for Critical Editing Mistake

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What a bizarre setting you find yourself in! Interesting roleplaying, mystery, ancient lore, and terrifying enemies. The author did an excellent job, but the editing process needed a few more hours. GMs are left not knowing how to 'run as written' if the information conflicts and isn't clear. If you are the GM, do your research and prepare thoroughly. If you are a player, sign up with that kind of GM.


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No One is Holding Your Hand

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If you are playing this scenario you'll need to be engaged, think critically, and be prepared for the worst. An impulsive player or two could completely ruin your experience. The group needs to consider what is at stake from the very beginning and have very simple goals. If your character has concerns about their team then those concerns need to be addressed immediately before putting the group in danger. As the situation changes, plans might go out the window, each player must think on their feet. I like this scenario because it tests the players on what being a Pathfinder entails. Those who fail might end up slaves—or worse.


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Excellent for those New to PFS

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This scenario is a good spiritual successor to #5–08: The Confirmation and I recommend running both scenarios for each character to begin their careers. One or two experienced players at the table would be welcome, but I do not recommend this scenario for a table full of PFS veterans. Roleplaying is good. Combats are good. The flexibility of encounters is welcome for a re-playable tier 1–2 adventure.


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A Perfect Storm

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I was fortunate enough to play this excellent scenario with a GM who is passionate about it. I played a character that had a negative *cough* history *cough* with Bloodcove. We knew that tension was mounting as we drew glares from those policing their own agendas. Our mission became more and more perilous. And then we slew that awful beast of a creature at the end and felt like heroes. Successes we hope to continue as we are now very aware of, and eager for, the dangerous journey to come...


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Don't Judge a Scenario by its Block Text

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I wouldn't have imagined that babysitting NPCs would be as fun as it is. If you enjoyed #4–19: The Night March of Kalkamedes then I strongly suggest this scenario. Having the additional challenge of playing a character who is a member of the Sovereign Court made the story all the more engaging.


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