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The Ruins of Azlant Adventure Path continues with Pathfinder Adventure Path #122: Into the Shattered Continent. After working to secure their settlement on a surviving fragment of the lost continent of Azlant, the adventurers aid the colony by exploring the rest of the island to search for resources and look for potential dangers. Soon they learn of a sea hag whose attempts to revive the powerful oracular powers of the Azlanti threaten the island's inhabitants. But an even greater peril confronts them as they begin to notice that some people in the settlement are acting strangely—a haunting echo of the clues left behind after the original settlers vanished. Sinister forces are at work in the colony, and the adventurers must uncover a menacing threat to the settlement before they become the next victims of a vile plot.
Inside Into the Shattered Continent you'll find:
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Overcoming the clumsiness of cone spells,
Question about playable genders in pfs,
Multiple 50% miss chances,
Classes With Critical / Vital Items?,
If tarrasque thrown into blackhole.,
Why Wizards DON'T rule the world?,
Rebuilding the BBEG (Thrice Damned Price),
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