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Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Skull & Shackles Poster Map Folio
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Command the seas of the Pathfinder campaign setting with the Skull & Shackles Poster Map Folio! Chart your pirate empire on three enormous poster maps designed for use with the Skull & Shackles Adventure Path, Pathfinder bloodthirsty pirate campaign! WIthin this map folio, you'll find three huge 8-panel poster maps: one of the pirate city of Port Peril, another depicting the hundreds of isles comprising the Shackles, and a giant player handout designed to look like an ink-and-parchment nautical map of the region—complete with sketches of local threats and infamous buccaneer legends! With a closer look at the treacherous southern oceans and island chains of the Inner Sea Region, these beautiful maps serve as a great resource for the Skull & Shackles Adventure Path, piratical Pathfinder adventures, or any fantasy campaign.
Cartography by Rob Lazzaretti & Ben Wooten
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