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Pathfinder Tales: Plague of Light ePub
Paizo Inc.(based on 2 ratings)
by Robin D. Laws
When a swarm of carnivorous fireflies destroys his adopted tribe, Xhasi knows that the wrath of a god is responsible. How else could village after village in the Mwangi Expanse fall prey to the same atrocity? Accompanied by a reassembled group of former adventuring companion, ranging from a kindhearted but chronically drunk halfling nature-priest to a sentient gorilla, the reluctant Pathfinder Xhasi must uncover the source of the deity's rage and put things right before all of Garund is laid to waste. Yet what if the sacrifice the goddess demands is not something they can offer themselves, but the life of an innocent boy?
From acclaimed game designer and author Robin D. Laws comes a story of friendship, obligation, and redemption, set in the award-winning world of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.
This story originally appeared in serialized form in Pathfinder Adventure Path #37–42.
This story originally appeared as part of Paizo's free weekly webfiction series, and is available for free at http://paizo.com/pathfinder/tales/serial.
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