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Pathfinder Society Scenario #3-05: Tide of Twilight (PFRPG) PDF

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A Pathfinder Society Scenario designed for Levels 1–5.

In researching a recently recovered druidic lorestone, the Pathfinder Society learns of a powerful artifact with the power to turn men into bestial abominations. Amid claims of increased werewolf activity in the region, the PCs travel into the heart of the Verduran Forest to retrieve the valuable relic from a cabal of evil druids believed to currently hold it.

Written by Ron Lundeen.

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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Fun lil creatures

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Everyone loves Fey right? One particular encounter can be somewhat lethal in the 1-2 subtier, but generally the challenge level is just right. Furthermore the premise of the scenario and the execution are fantastic. This is a fun scenario, and should be taken for what it is.

Beast Men:
When I GMed this our bard ended up afflicted and thoroughly enjoyed playing herself as a feral savage version who could use non of her standard combat abilities. I had some PCs asking if they could keep the template :D

What it is:
Its a bunch of fey messing around with some evil cultist druids. I love the fey and the fact you don't realize what is really going on until the final room (at least completely, there were some hints along the way).

More Fun with Fey

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Fey are sadly underused in PFS. This adventure does a great job of bringing them out well, and the scenario has some interesting mechanical bits that will really set the tone for the party. Great adventure on the whole.

Yay more gnomes!

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I love gnomes. I think they are fun creative race and love getting to roleplay with them. This adventure starts you off with one!

Ok after chatting up a gnome you go through a wilderness treck to see some druids. The areas effect on PCs is very awesome and I would haved loved to have had it expanded upon more in the scenario.

The encounters are fun and have reasons for being there. This can have a very deadly encounter for their level, but I enjoy that.

goofy fun


The combats in this scenario are kind of dumb, but on the whole it's a good, silly time, provided you play it right. As long as the GM makes the one thing amusing, everyone should have a good time.

[Player] Flavorful and intensive, but so many fights!

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I played this scenario at a convention about one week ago, so my perspective is that of a player. For reference, I played it in the lower tier (1-2). Be warned, spoilers will follow.

"Tide of Twilight" has an interesting premise, and the flavor was instantly set. Werewolves, evil druids, a threatening ritual... what's not to like!

The encounters were rather interesting. I liked most of them (my favourite being the first one with Falbin and the fire). My only concern (and that scenario's major flaw imho) was that there were just too many fights. Granted, we failed at convincing the elf to let us pass, but I think that's still too many encounters. Our GM had to hand-wave the second fey encounter in the maze in order for us to be able to finish within the 4-hour timeframe. One or two encounters less would have been more manageable, I think. For example, having only one fey encounter, and making the elf more prone to be convinced to let the PCs pass (she initiated combat, so those -10 penalties on diplomacy were really hard to deal with at level 1).

The handling of the curse was interesting because while it weakened the group, it gave us other opportunities (roleplay, alternate fighting tactics). I also liked the fact that the mission was on a timer. It really made us feel on edge.

My faction mission (Grand Lodge) was interesting, but it was too bad that it relied only on one roll, which I botched of course!

This scenario I'll definitely recommend.

Story: 3/5
Roleplay: 4/5
Encounters: 3/5
Mechanics: 4/5

Total: 4/5

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