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Pathfinder Chronicles: Second Darkness Map Folio
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Master the dungeons and dangerous locales of the Second Darkness Adventure Path with this handsome collection of maps designed for use with the popular Pathfinder series! Explore the treacherous dark elf city of Zirakaynin in style with a huge poster map. Fifteen additional single-page full-color maps cover key encounter locations or wilderness areas from the campaign, adding visual flair for players and making the Game Master's life a lot easier.
Second Darkness Map Folio contains reprinted maps of all the key locations explored in Pathfinder’s third Adventure Path. Even if you aren’t running Second Darkness, the maps inside can serve as locations for any RPG campaign.
Cartography by Rob Lazzaretti
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