The Bridges of Golarion County!
New Pathfinder Map Pack releases!
What lurks beneath the bridge? Whether heroes are fleeing an angry mob, escaping a magical creature that can't cross running water, or leaving town on a grand quest, bridges help them reach further adventures. Game Masters shouldn't have to draw every riverside ambush site or paving stone. Pathfinder Map Pack: Bridges provides beautifully illustrated 5" × 8" map tiles that can be combined into a variety of bridges and river crossings. Inside, you'll find 18 richly crafted map tiles, including:
Game Masters shouldn't waste their time sketching maps whenever characters approach a stream. With Pathfinder Map Pack: Bridges, you'll always be ready when your players decide to burn that bridge when they come to it!
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