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Pathfinder Society Scenario #9-02: A Case of Missing Persons (PFRPG) PDF

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A Pathfinder Society Scenario designed for levels 3-7.

When several Andoren officials vanished, the Pathfinders of the Almas lodge were quick to lend their aid in investigating the disappearances. It's since become apparent that the officials didn't leave; they were abducted, and the captors' trail leads into revolution-torn Galt. The trail grew cold in Woodsedge, where Venture-Captain Eliza Petulengro has gathered a team of agents to renew the investigation. The PCs must rediscover the trail, and in the process they'll uncover a secret that has long plagued the town.

Contents in A Case of Missing Persons also contributes directly to the ongoing storyline of the Liberty's Edge faction.

Written by Alex Greenshields.

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Excellent mix of role playing, investigation, combat and creativity

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I played this and then ran it, I found it fun in both instances.

There is plenty of content for role players, and plenty of options to allow a creative party to sold a particular problem. When I played it we used tactic A, and when I ran it the players took an entirely different tack.

I would be happy to run this again.

Investigation and roleplaying heavy! Very enjoyable if you like that!


Both played and GMed this.

I personally love heavy RP scenarios where the characters can shine and use their talents to push the story along.

It's on the easier side to GM IMO... I'm newer to GMing and it was extremely easy to keep up with and move the players along. It seemed like the writers knew it may get confusing, because they added in a big section for quick reference the GM can use.

Killed by poor editing.

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What should have been a good scenario is plagued with horrible editing. Yes, we get the very common errors of "Gault was a democratic." But the one that killed the whole thing for me and my players was the super-secret undercover Venture Captian has a sign on the door of his office reading "Venture-Captain". The clues are rather obvious to the point that the players were asking if the captives were purposefully trying to make a breadcrumb trail.

Fun Investigation Scenario

****( )

Awesome scenario. It gets a little hard to follow, but it had one of the most insane plot twists ever.

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