Welcome to the Jungle!
New Starfinder Adventure Path Released!
Now members of the Starfinder Society and piloting their very own ship, the heroes head to the planet Castrovel, home of some of the best universities in the Pact Worlds, to research the clues they found on the mysterious asteroid called the Drift Rock. On Castrovel, the adventurers' findings point them toward an ancient elven temple-city called the Temple of the Twelve, lost deep within Castrovel's teeming wilderness. But in addition to the dangerous flora and fauna of the jungle, the heroes must contend with two other factions—the exiled Corpse Fleet of Eox and the Cult of the Devourer—who are also interested in the asteroid's secrets and have their own plans for the ancient alien technology behind it, if they can find it first!
Temple of the Twelve includes:
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A Song of Silver (GM Reference),
Champions of the Spheres (PFRPG) PDF,
Paladin forced to perform evil under magic, do they loose class abilities?,
Brawler Class + Brawler Archetype,
Can natural weapons be broken?,
Changes to the Shifter,
Spellscar Oracle Question,
Deep 6 FaWtL,
Any other way to get a Huge animal companion?,
Interesting / Build-Defining FCB's,
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