Pathfinder Paper Minis—Curse of the Crimson Throne Adventure Path Part 3: "Escape from Old Korvosa" PDF
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Cut off by royal decree from the rest of the city, Old Korvosa is a madhouse as petty criminals attempt to carve out their own territory, regardless of the innocent lives caught in the crossfire. The PCs must find the man who might be able to restore sanity, but old powers lurk here in Old Korvosa, ready to sink its claws into a weakened city...
Plenty of thugs, would-be criminal overlords, and everything you need for a rousing game of Blood Pig are included in this miniature set!
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