Dungeons & Dragons: The Shackled City Adventure Path Hardcover—Non-Mint
Paizo Inc.(based on 24 ratings)
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Evil schemes are afoot in Cauldron, a metropolis of merchants built into the caldera of a long-dormant volcano. To foil the agenda of evil cultists, your band of adventurers must brave haunted jungle ruins, slay mighty dragons, and bind themselves to a layer of the infinite Abyss. Will their swords and spells be enough to save the Shackled City?
Originally published as 11 linked adventures in the award-winning Dungeon magazine, the Shackled City Adventure Path is the most ambitious official Dungeons & Dragons campaign ever created. Now, for the first time ever, everything you need to play the campaign has been compiled into a deluxe 416-page full-color hardcover that also includes an 8-panel fully detailed map of the City of Cauldron, a 12-page full-color map and illustration booklet, and a brand new Shackled City adventure written by fan favorite author Christopher Perkins.
Specs: 416-page, full-color hardbound book; 8 3/8" x 10 7/8"
Check out Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 of our design diary from Erik Mona, James Jacobs and Sean Glenn. You can also download a preview of the introduction, including the table of contents, and another of a statblock page showing NPC progression throughout the campaign. The player handouts are now available for download, too. Or join the buzz on our Shackled City messageboard forum.
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