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Pathfinder Tales: Prodigal Sons ePub
Paizo Inc.(based on 1 rating)
Edited by James L. Sutter
Sometimes loved, sometimes hated, but always respected, Pathfinders are known all across Golarion. Earning a commission as a Pathfinder requires years of hard work, dedication, and study—far too much trouble for disgraced noble son Ollix Kaddar to be bothered with. After all, it's much easier to simply declare yourself a Pathfinder and worry about the formalities later. Accompanied only by the long-suffering priest Phargas, Ollix is determined to live a life so grand and daring that the Pathfinder Society will beg to include him in its ranks, happily overlooking trivial breaches of protocol. Of course, as Ollix is about to learn, the hardest part of being a Pathfinder is never finding adventure. It's surviving it.
From fan-favorite authors and game designers J. C. Hay, Kevin Andrew Murphy, Richard Pett, Steven E. Schend, James L. Sutter, and Jay Thompson comes a fully illustrated and riotous romp through the lawless River Kingdoms, set in the award-winning world of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.
This story originally appeared in serialized form in Pathfinder Adventure Path #31–36.
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