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The Sinking—Season 1: The Malchort Cabal (PFRPG) PDF
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Welcome to The Sinking, Campaign Serial.
The Malchort Cabal, written by Tim Hitchcock, is part of an ongoing series set in the Great City. This is not a numbered adventure in a path, but instead, it concerns a mysterious event that will forever alter the Great City, setting the tone for future events. Throughout the year, Øone games will release a number of short adventures whose various plots are all somehow entwined with the event. Each will be a stand-alone adventure, designed to be played independently without a specific sequence and can be completed in a single evening’s play.
After the PCs new patron mysteriously disappears, the PCs are drawn into the dark dealings of powerful cabal of nobles whose secret interests in the Sink they would kill to protect. Yet even within their inner circle, cabal members keep secrets from each other, forcing the PCs to scramble for answers to stop an unknown madman from stirring whatever horrors he believes lie within the lightless depths of the massive sinkhole.
The Malchort Cabal is designed using the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game system for 4th–level player characters. This is a double-sized episode which marks the end of the first season.
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