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Adventure Quarterly #1 (PFRPG)
Rite Publishing(based on 2 ratings)
Are you ready for adventure?
Welcome to the inaugural issue of Adventure Quarterly and the start of a tradition. Adventure Quarterly is dedicated to regularly bringing you fun adventures for your Pathfinder Roleplaying Game from new and established voices in the RPG industry! We hope you are along for the ride and know you will love what we have to offer.
In this issue, you will find desperate measures taken by cooks and charlatans, bloodthirsty vampires and conniving hags, desperate adventurers trying to save their companions and massive monuments dedicated to sleeping God-Kings. We have tapped three ENnie award winning veterans of the craft to create some great stories and hours of excitement—names you should know, Adam Daigle, Tim Connors, and Tim Hitchcock. Loaded with maps, NPC and monster stat blocks, a fully detailed sinister organization, a baker's dozen of tables from Creighton Broadhurst of Raging Swan Press to help you name your next savage tribe, and adventures for characters level 1, 5 or 12, there is sure to be something to spice up your next session!
Authors: Adam Daigle, Tim Connors, Tim Hitchcock, Creighton Broadhurst, Robert N. Emerson
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