Starfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Scenario #1-02: Fugitive on the Red Planet PDF
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A Starfinder Society Scenario designed for levels 1-4.
Theft cannot be tolerated, especially when the culprit is a former Starfinder! The PCs travel to the red world of Akiton, hot on the heels of a deserting Starfinder who stole a magical relic from the vaults of the Lorespire Complex. Things get complicated when they discover what should be a dreary town in Akiton's wastelands is now positively jubilant. Could this revelry, not to mention the re-opening of town's formerly defunct mining operations, be related to the wayward Starfinder?
Written by Jim Groves.
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