House of the Holy—Under Attack!
New Pathfinder Adventure Path now available!
Holy ground is no longer safe in the latest volume of the Pathfinder Adventure Path!
On the trail of another piece of the Thassilonian artifact known as the Shattered Star, the PCs arrive at Windsong Abbey—only to find it ruins! "Beyond the Doomsday Door" not only has your group working to find the piece of the Shattered Star, but also to discover the source of the tragedy that has struck this landmark of Varisia's Lost Coast. Old terrors come home to roost in the Abbey, seeking to unlock the apocalypse bound in the depths of the Abbey's catacombs, and bring devastation to the Lost Coast! By Tito Leati for 10th-level characters, "Beyond the Doomsday Door" features traps, tombs, and terrors from beyond, but that's not all this Adventure Path volume has to offer.
In addition, "Beyond the Doomsday Door" features an article detailing the beings that were old even when the first demon was spawned in the Abyss—the qlippoth! Written by James Jacobs, you'll learn more about these timeless being: their runestones, their hierarchy, their plans, who among them is the strongest, and their designs upon realms both mortal and immortal. In this volume we also learn more about the baleful, dispassionate god of the End Times, Groetus. His maddened followers often seek for signs that the end of everything approaches, and with spells like curse item, they often craft means for this to happen sooner rather than later. Another chapter in Bill Ward's Pathfinder Journal is also included, "A Gleaming in the Dark," and of course, we can't forget about the slew of new foes await in this volume's bestiary! A new construct, kyton, psychopomp, and qlippoth round out new creatures for the game master's toolbox, but next month's volume of the Shattered Star Adventure Path ups the stakes—and the danger!
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