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Pathfinder Society Scenario #46: Eyes of the Ten—Part I: Requiem for the Red Raven (PFRPG) PDF

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A Pathfinder Society Scenario designed for 12th level characters (Tier 12).

You and your fellow veteran Pathfinders are sent, along with Venture-Captain Adril Hestram, to revolution-torn Galt to deliver the famous sword, the Pale Maiden, to the newly re-opened Woodsedge Lodge. All is not as it seems, however, when the lodge is attacked during a ceremony and a famous Pathfinder is murdered. The Lady of the Lodge, Venture-Captain Eliza Petulengro, puts you on the mission to solving the murder and catching those responsible.

Requiem for the Red Raven is the first part of the four-part Eyes of the Ten campaign arc. It is a two-slot scenario and is meant to be played in 8 to 10 hours.

It is followed by Pathfinder Society Scenario #54: Eyes of the Ten—Part II: The Maze of the Open Road.

Written by Erik Mona

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 Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.

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This is a GM review. The party I had was a human monk, human magus/cleric, human wizard and elf witch.

Firstly, the plot is really nice and it was fun just to read it all before playing. Nice to have a PFS scenario that actually has me excited to run it.

There is plenty of role play opportunity and my players really got into it when the opportunities presented themselves. However I did get the impression right or wrong that the author expected a lot more role play than I felt was necessary.

The combats range from really hard (we lost the monk quickly unfortunately) to being a suitable challenge. There is a lot to keep track off though in some of them which was hard work.

The scenario sets itself up for a 8-10 hour slot but this is doable in about 6-7 even with the role play. More than that and I think you are dragging things out unnecessarily.

The rumours were true.


This scenario shows you what it means to become a seeker level Pathfinder. The rules have changed, and you'd better adapt quickly.



I have run this twice, and it is by far one of the best PFS scenarios out there. Partially since, as a double-length scenario, there is less of a time limit, but mostly because of the various connections and tie-ins to previous scenarios. Back when this was a "retirement" arc, most of the players had played the Season 0-1 scenarios that provide the background for this, but nowadays many PCs won't even know some of the NPCs. Any GM who is going to run this should arrange for the players to play a few key scenarios first, even with other PCs, so that the players get the full experience.

This is also a great scenario to pull out all the stops in terms of props, terrain, etc. Reaching level 12 is a milestone, and this sereis should feel like a special event for your players.

Amazing Story Line


After playing and running this I am glad to say this is one of the best scenarios that Paizo has came out with it.

The thing that makes this scenario so amazing is the story. If you have played older scenarios it will have you on the edge of your seat the entire line. There was a lot of effort that was put into the storyline to connect a lot a missing pieces.

The first combat is what makes this scenario. Everytime it's done I want to say "welcome to the big leagues." The combats, other then the first one, seem balanced for the party.

If you haven't played much of season 0, 1, or 2 a lot of this won't make much since.

Also there were quite of few errors on how feats and abilities work. However, it did not take away from the scenario its self.

The best gaming experience in my entire life


This is one scenario is worth every hour I poured into a level twelve character. The story is phenomenal, but get the BEST GM you can find and it will blow you away. The combats are extremely religious but the plot is the real kicker here. At the end of this scenario, my paladin (and I) almost had a nervous break down. Play this scenario and you will never look at PFS the same way.

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