Pathfinder Special #1 (paizo.com Exclusive)
Cover by Carlos Gomez
Magnimar is a city of mythic architecture and colorful occupants. When Merisiel and Kyra decide to "hit the town" and explore their new home, they end up with more trouble than they bargained for—cutthroat thieves, betrayal, swashbuckling swordplay and much more are found in this super-sized story that couldn't be contained in the regular Pathfinder series.
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