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Pathfinder Tales: Fingers of Death—No, Doom! ePub

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by Lucien Soulban

Darvin is said to be many things: vanquisher of crazed dwarven kings, rescuer of princesses, and hero of renown—all thanks to the imagination and storytelling of his adopted halfling brother, Fife. But when called upon to back up their outrageous claims of valor, the two find themselves forced to save a village from a dead necromancer’s vengeance. Set up against these all-too-real horrors, will Darvin and Fife live long enough to become the adventurers they’ve always claimed to be?

From author Lucien Soulban comes a story of hilarity and heroism, 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

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Ash Williams is... Darvin

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If you, like me, are one of those sick and twisted individuals that actually enjoys Bruce Campbell films, this story is for you. Darvin and Fife are brothers. Fife writes stories and Darvin tells them. This is how they make their living. Unfortunately, the heroics that Darvin claims, come back to haunt him. He and his brother end up exploring a ruin filled with animated, disembodied hands. Their cowardice and bumbling would make Ash proud.

Although this is the most comical story to come out of the Pathfinder Tales, I don't think that the comedy is out of place. It is a lighthearted story set in Golarion. The comedy is (admittedly) influenced by the Evil Dead films, and reminiscient of Terry Brooks' and Neil Gaiman's work.

I thoroughly enjoyed the story! 3 stars. Gift Certificates
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