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Pathfinder Adventure Path #112: The Whisper Out of Time (Strange Aeons 4 of 6) (PFRPG)

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Not-So-Sweet Nothings

With their memories once again intact, the adventurers continue their pursuit of Count Lowls. But first they must visit Cassomir, where they believe the wayward noble is meeting with an old associate, but find only danger in his absence. Next, they travel to Katheer, capital city of Qadira, to track down a blasphemous tome in a hidden library, only to discover Lowls has stolen the vile book. They then venture to the slave-trading city of Okeno to pick up the count's trail again and encounter the mysterious and alien entity that has been haunting their dreams. If they can't stop their crazed nemesis before his plans come to fruition, doom will come for all!

This volume of Pathfinder Adventure Path continues the Strange Aeons Adventure Path and includes:

  • "The Whisper Out of Time," a Pathfinder adventure for 10th-level characters, by Richard Pett.
  • A gazetteer of the dangerous slaver city of Okeno, by Richard Pett.
  • A look into the inscrutable ways of the alien beings known as yithians, by Paris Crenshaw.
  • A diva has a fateful meeting in the Pathfinder's Journal, by Jason Scott Aiken.
  • A bestiary containing a new Great Old One and other loathsome monsters, by Ed Grabianowski, James Jacobs, Richard Pett, and Greg A. Vaughan.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-908-0

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Now available for preorder! Cover is likely final, but is subject to change.

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Looks awesome! ^_^

Spoiler:
Also, I see the ruler of Thrushmoor is involved...


Wow. We're really delving into Casmaon! Awesome!

Dark Archive

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Really looking forward to this AP.


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So you go to Qadira, well that makes sense since we get a campaign setting book for Qadira around that time as well.

Dark Archive

"Campaign Setting: Qadira" will be out in december 2016! :-)

Silver Crusade

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We... have to go to Okeno...

;_;

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Rysky wrote:

We... have to go to Okeno...

;_;

People who expect to have a pleasant and friendly time visiting lovely and friendly places should probably not play Strange Aeons. It is, after all, a horror themed Adventure Path! :-P

Silver Crusade

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James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:

We... have to go to Okeno...

;_;

People who expect to have a pleasant and friendly time visiting lovely and friendly places should probably not play Strange Aeons. It is, after all, a horror themed Adventure Path! :-P

I'm okay with Eldritch Horror (I like Bloodborne just as much as you!)

... I... don't like Okeno. I don't like it.


Awesome! The back matter in this path is looking especially good so far.


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Rysky wrote:
... I... don't like Okeno. I don't like it.

Come back to Okeno. I've saved a seat for you, along with a glass of milk.

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Priestess of Lamashtu wrote:
Rysky wrote:
... I... don't like Okeno. I don't like it.
Come back to Okeno. I've saved a seat for you, along with a glass of milk.

...

Scarab Sages

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James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:

We... have to go to Okeno...

;_;

People who expect to have a pleasant and friendly time visiting lovely and friendly places should probably not play Strange Aeons. It is, after all, a horror themed Adventure Path! :-P

People who prefer to travel via ruby tuning fork, however, appear to be in for a wild ride!


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Got to cut a deal with one of those dang Men of Leng, I'm guessing? Perhaps its off to the Dreamlands in #5.

Even though the name Count Lowls makes me lol, I'm looking forward to this entire AP sooooo much.

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Cthulhudrew wrote:

Got to cut a deal with one of those dang Men of Leng, I'm guessing? Perhaps its off to the Dreamlands in #5.

Even though the name Count Lowls makes me lol, I'm looking forward to this entire AP sooooo much.

Part #5 is called "What grows within" which makes me think more of body horror and the seeds of a Great Old One inside the PCs.

Maybe a template out of "Horror Adventures"?

And part #6 is "Black Stars Beckon" which should include a journey into space, probably to Carcosa on Hali in Aldebaran.

:
I think Paris and a Yithian city have been confirmed at Paizocon.


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Some how I'm not surprised that moron Count Lowls is involved in this...

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EEEEEEEE!

Every part of this AP fills me with joy.

Dark Archive

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Thomas Seitz wrote:
Some how I'm not surprised that moron Count Lowls is involved in this...

Gets boring being a being a pretentious, arm-chair scholar. ;3

Now we know where some of his foreign assistants come from.

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DeciusNero wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:
Some how I'm not surprised that moron Count Lowls is involved in this...

Gets boring being a being a pretentious, arm-chair scholar. ;3

Now we know where some of his foreign assistants come from.

Hmm, curious about him. In his writeup for Rule of Terror it mentions "spends considerable resources patronizing fields of arts and science, including metaphysics".

Does this mean he spends those resources being a patron of them? Or the other meaning of patronizing?

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Rysky wrote:
DeciusNero wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:
Some how I'm not surprised that moron Count Lowls is involved in this...

Gets boring being a being a pretentious, arm-chair scholar. ;3

Now we know where some of his foreign assistants come from.

Hmm, curious about him. In his writeup for Rule of Terror it mentions "spends considerable resources patronizing fields of arts and science, including metaphysics".

Does this mean he spends those resources being a patron of them? Or the other meaning of patronizing?

The former. Though he also likely comes off as the latter, too. What with that one book he wrote was more-or-less entitled "Esteemed Professor is an Idiot."


James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:

We... have to go to Okeno...

;_;

People who expect to have a pleasant and friendly time visiting lovely and friendly places should probably not play Strange Aeons. It is, after all, a horror themed Adventure Path! :-P

What about people who derive enjoyment from unpleasantness? erm... Asking for a friend? ;)


Marco Massoudi wrote:
Cthulhudrew wrote:

Got to cut a deal with one of those dang Men of Leng, I'm guessing? Perhaps its off to the Dreamlands in #5.

Even though the name Count Lowls makes me lol, I'm looking forward to this entire AP sooooo much.

Part #5 is called "What grows within" which makes me think more of body horror and the seeds of a Great Old One inside the PCs.

Maybe a template out of "Horror Adventures"?

And part #6 is "Black Stars Beckon" which should include a journey into space, probably to Carcosa on Hali in Aldebaran.

** spoiler omitted **

Out of curiosity - how did you come by this information? I'm asking in earnestness because we're looking for a follow-up for our group in Kingmaker and this is high on our suggestion-list. Kingmaker ends this month and we're trying to figure out if its worth it to wait until August-Sept to run this. Our big questions are "where is this going" and "how important / well done is the lost memories part?" (I know the latter is a matter of subjective judgement ;)

Liberty's Edge

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Too large to tackle = bigger than Colossal ?

Salivates


The color out of space, the whisper out of time, the sanity out of your minds...

Sounds like fun!


DeciusNero wrote:

Gets boring being a being a pretentious, arm-chair scholar. ;3

Now we know where some of his foreign assistants come from.

Probably yes to the boring being an arm chair scholar. As for his foreign assistants I always assumed they were from Leng myself.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
Some how I'm not surprised that moron Count Lowls is involved in this...

I am. He's low-level and portrayed as a bit of a loser in Rule of Fear. Granted, levels change and I could be getting the wrong interpretation of him - that he's a sputtering idiot man child - but would be surprised if he ends up as the BBEG.

Though I have to say, in many ways he's like the Golarion version of Lovecraft himself. So I can't hate on him too much.


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Generic,

I meant that even as a low level loser, he's always messing with stuff beyond his understanding. So to see him involved in this, not that surprising.

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Wealthy, arrogant, and low-level is the best combination of things in order to get in over one's head. :)


Ain't that the truth, Mister Daigle. :)


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Thomas Seitz wrote:

Generic,

I meant that even as a low level loser, he's always messing with stuff beyond his understanding. So to see him involved in this, not that surprising.

On that I agree entirely. He's custom-made for, as Adam Daigle said, doing something just incredibly stupid on a Lovecraftian scale. I'm just surprised he'd be a villain this late in the AP. I figured he'd have met a gruesome end much sooner. Guess he's "lucky."

Regardless, very much looking forward to this AP.


OKENO!!!!

Yellow sails and smiling faces!~


Nah. I think it's not luck so much as the fate the Old Ones chose for him.


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Generic Villain wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

Generic,

I meant that even as a low level loser, he's always messing with stuff beyond his understanding. So to see him involved in this, not that surprising.

On that I agree entirely. He's custom-made for, as Adam Daigle said, doing something just incredibly stupid on a Lovecraftian scale. I'm just surprised he'd be a villain this late in the AP. I figured he'd have met a gruesome end much sooner. Guess he's "lucky."

Regardless, very much looking forward to this AP.

I would guess some sort of possession/mind swap, and whatever is running around in his body IS high level.

Liberty's Edge

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MMCJawa wrote:
Generic Villain wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

Generic,

I meant that even as a low level loser, he's always messing with stuff beyond his understanding. So to see him involved in this, not that surprising.

On that I agree entirely. He's custom-made for, as Adam Daigle said, doing something just incredibly stupid on a Lovecraftian scale. I'm just surprised he'd be a villain this late in the AP. I figured he'd have met a gruesome end much sooner. Guess he's "lucky."

Regardless, very much looking forward to this AP.

I would guess some sort of possession/mind swap, and whatever is running around in his body IS high level.

Charles Dexter Ward

Dark Archive

Wszebor Uriev wrote:
Marco Massoudi wrote:
Cthulhudrew wrote:

Got to cut a deal with one of those dang Men of Leng, I'm guessing? Perhaps its off to the Dreamlands in #5.

Even though the name Count Lowls makes me lol, I'm looking forward to this entire AP sooooo much.

Part #5 is called "What grows within" which makes me think more of body horror and the seeds of a Great Old One inside the PCs.

Maybe a template out of "Horror Adventures"?

And part #6 is "Black Stars Beckon" which should include a journey into space, probably to Carcosa on Hali in Aldebaran.

** spoiler omitted **

Out of curiosity - how did you come by this information? I'm asking in earnestness because we're looking for a follow-up for our group in Kingmaker and this is high on our suggestion-list. Kingmaker ends this month and we're trying to figure out if its worth it to wait until August-Sept to run this. Our big questions are "where is this going" and "how important / well done is the lost memories part?" (I know the latter is a matter of subjective judgement ;)

The titles for parts 5&6 i got from Pathfinderwiki.

The spoiler from Paizocon.


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Is is possible to get a bigger picture of the cover, like the other AP installments?


I'm kind of leery for this one. The last travel all around AP volume was in Serpent's Skull and I thought it was weak. Might have to wait for the review of this one. "Ecologies of" also turns me off. I haven't read an inspiring one yet.

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Richard Pett and a creepy Mythos library in Qadira - I'm lookin gforward to reading this one (hope there are no lamia matriarchs)

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carborundum wrote:

Richard Pett and a creepy Mythos library in Qadira - I'm looking forward to reading this one (hope there are no lamia matriarchs)

No worries on the lamia matriarch angle.


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Aw.. but I WANTED Wisdom damage in this book! :p ;)

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Nope, there are 3 this time:)

Mnaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!

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M'naaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrr!


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GreatKhanArtist wrote:
I'm kind of leery for this one. The last travel all around AP volume was in Serpent's Skull and I thought it was weak. Might have to wait for the review of this one. "Ecologies of" also turns me off. I haven't read an inspiring one yet.

Reign of Winter was more recent and was a pretty awesome travel AP


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Well, Reign of Winter was more telporting than traveing. But there was also Jade Regent.

Serpent's Skull did have its problems, but traveling wasn't one of them in my eyes.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

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Zaister wrote:

Well, Reign of Winter was more telporting than traveing. But there was also Jade Regent.

Serpent's Skull did have its problems, but traveling wasn't one of them in my eyes.

The problems that vexed Serpent's Skull have long-since been addressed (we no longer assign adventure path installments to authors we have never worked with before—if you want to write an adventure path installment for us, you have to prove you can hit deadlines and understand Pathfinder first by writing lots of other products for us), and have not been a significant issue since.

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I love the cover of this installment. It looks like me reading the rules of Cthulhu Wars (tiny black letters on a dark/dirty green background). :)


Tito,

I still want to punch Lowls in the face....

But otherwise I'm looking forward to more details as we get closer to December.

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