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Pathfinder Tales: The Box ePub
Paizo Inc.(based on 1 rating)
by Bill Ward
Kostin may not be a true Sczarni thug, but he still knows his way around the mean streets of Magnimar. When a new con saddles him with an ancient, mysterious chest, only to have it immediately stolen by a gang of Shoanti toughs, it's up to the young Varisian and his rough-and-tumble companions to get it back.
From pulp master Bill Ward comes a foray into dark alleys and dens of inequity, set in the award-winning world of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.
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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