Pathfinder #8 (paizo.com Exclusive)
Story by Jim Zub
The mysterious monster known as Black Fang has taken refuge near Sandpoint and the Pathfinder adventurers must brave a treacherous dungeon to hunt it down. Are they ready for the deadly battle to come?
The hit comic series based on Paizo’s incredible award-winning fantasy world, fiction line, and tabletop RPG continues, featuring exclusive Pathfinder bonus materials!
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