Avalon Adventures—Vol 3, Issue #3: The Automator's Domicile (PFRPG) PDF
Avalon Game Company
Fast and Fun, that's the goal of Avalon Game's Pathfinder line of Adventures. Each issue will bring you a small adventure, one that can be dropped into any campaign, used as a single one shot night of fun, or turned into a more complex and longer series of adventures. The goal is to give GM's something that will bring an easy night of fun to their game, without having to cost and arm and a leg doing so.
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