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Pathfinder Society Scenario #13: The Prince of Augustana (OGL) PDF

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A Pathfinder Society Scenario designed for 1st to 5th level characters (Tiers: 1–2 and 4–5).

When an old beggar shows up filthy and injured on the doorstep of the Augustana Pathfinder Lodge in Andoran and demands to be recognized as Andoran's one true Emperor, Venture-Captain Wallace is inclined to chase him off. But when the old beggar reveals a wayfinder and tells a tale of demons and portals to another world beneath the streets of Augustana, Wallace summons you from Absalom to investigate. Will you make it through sewers, swarms, and sanctuaries to uncover the truth or will the dangers of the Augustana underworld consume you forever?

Written by Craig Shackleton

This scenario is designed for play in Pathfinder Society Organized Play, but can easily be adapted for use with any world. This scenario is compliant with the Open Game License (OGL) and is suitable for use with the 3.5 edition of the world’s most popular fantasy roleplaying game.

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Interesting sewer crawl

****( )

Surprisingly for a sewer crawl this adventure has some fantastic role-playing opportunities. It has some excellent background story, unfortunately a lot of it the PCs are likely to never find out. The combats are interesting but the monsters are far more annoying than they are deadly.


Short and Easy

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I really can't recommend this scenario to anyone. Combats are too easy, and there is not enough to keep a party busy for more than a couple hours. Even a party of 4 at low tier just eats through everything you throw at them. The table I ran had Bard 1, Inquisitor 1, Monk 3, and fighter 2.


Great adventure despite showing its age

*****

Played 1-2 tier with a range of 1st to 4th level characters. Combats ramped from non-threatening to a good warmup thanks to out-of-tier APG classes. Over all a solid scenario with a lot of fun NPC interaction and highly entertaining story the characters actually get to experience rather than being told via epilogue. Play for fun, not a challenge.


A cakewalk for higher tiers

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Our party of four (L5 Barbarian/Ranger, L5 Druid, L5 Sorcerer, L4 Bard) waltzed through this one. One four-on-four battle was over in one round. The final boss battle was over in two rounds and our party took no damage. Seriously underpowered bad guys for the higher tier. If the rest of the scenario were truly interesting with some well-conceived "glitter," it wouldn't have been so bad, but there was nothing new here to counter the fluff bad guys. Cannot recommend.


****( )

This scenario was part investigation, part heroic escapade, and part diplomatic errand. I enjoyed being down in the sewers, as weird as that sounds, and the NPC roleplaying was fantastic. The only way the roleplaying wouldn't be fun is if the GM didn't get into it.

spoiler:
It turns out that an insane homeless guy is actually telling the truth and may really be the lost prince of Augustana. When you go into the sewers to investigate you find out that a cleric of Abadar has made a sanctuary for beggars that is being attacked by a cruel gang, the Steel Wyverns, who are led by a mean but hilarious bard. Down in the sewers characters will also encounter sewer gas (fire spell users beware), swarms, and all sorts of nasty sewer fun. Play up the characters and throw some roleplay into combats as a GM and your players will thank you.


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