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Fractured Phylactery (PFRPG)
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Centuries of unlife do strange things to a lich’s mind. Leander d’Arstond is no exception; driven insane by his long unlife and past brushes with destruction, the brilliant wizard challenges do-gooders to hunt him down. D’Arstond is no ordinary lich, however, and those who treat him as such are in for a dangerous surprise.
In order to bring the lich down forever, characters must undertake an extraplanar journey of epic proportions before finally confronting the evil-doer in his lair. Failure is not an option for the characters, as the lich will then continue his evil machinations against the forces of good.
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"Fractured Phylactery" is an adventure for 15th–17th level characters. Written by John Ling, maps by Robert Lazzaretti, and with stunning artwork by Joel Biske this adventure is compatible with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.
This Pathfinder Roleplaying Game-compatible adventure contains background information, GM notes, five maps, and all the details necessary to run this high-level planar adventure! The adventure is designed to stand on its own, for four to six players with levels ranging from fifteenth to seventeenth.
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