Urban Adventures: The Road to Revolution #5—The Usurpers: PFRPG Conversion Guide PDF
Inside this document you will find all you need to run Road to Revolution: The Usurpers adventure using the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game rules.
The Road to Revolution Campaign Arc is a series of adventures designed for use with the world’s most popular role-playing game. Set in the Great City, this epic campaign takes characters from their humble beginnings, all the way to powerful adventurers upon whose actions the City will come to depend. The Campaign Arc contains six adventures in all, each written by the original authors of the Great City Campaign Setting. Arc adventures can be played individually or linked with others in the series to create a complete campaign.
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