Avalon Encounters—Vol 3, Issue #3: Bad Luck Johnny (PFRPG) PDF
Avalon Game Company
Need something quick and easy for you game night and don't have the time to work it up, don't worry, Avalon Games is here to save the day. Avalon's Pathfinder Roleplaying Game series of encounters will hit the spot each and every time. The goal of Avalon Encounters is to give GM's a fun, exciting and challenging non-combat encounter and adventure hooks which will send your players screaming with delight.
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