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War Comes Unbidden!
New Pathfinder Adventure Path Releases!
The Ironfang Invasion Adventure Path launches with Trail of the Hunted, a tale of desperate survival set against the invasion of a ruthless hobgoblin army—the Ironfang Legion! As the Ironfang Legion begins carving out an empire of monsters, the heroes must flee their hometown of Phaendar as it burns, saving any lives they can. The heroes guard their band of survivors in the wilderness, challenge a troglodyte tribe for safe haven, and face the brutal bounty hunters dispatched to end their flight to freedom!
This volume of Pathfinder Adventure Path launches the Ironfang Invasion Adventure Path and includes:
Also, don't forget to prepared yourself for the Ironfang Legion with the Ironfang Invasion Player's Guide!
Chaotic Neutral: Roleplaying Intelligently?,
What's so fun about evil?,
Managing Alignments: Hardest to Easiest - Rank 'Em!,
Picking a trait.,
Deep 6 FaWtL,
The Monkey's Treefort,
Updated Map Folio?,
Who is a good complement to Jirelle in a two player game?,
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