We All Float Down Here!
New Pathfinder Adventure Path Volume Release!
After learning that a powerful and ancient enemy is planning to steal a doomsday weapon and use it against humanity, the adventurers visit a ruined undersea tower belonging to an undead survivor of the cataclysm that destroyed ancient Azlant. In pursuit of the veiled master they believe has infiltrated the tower, the heroes make their way through the submerged ruin, fighting against the tower's magical defenses and undead occupants. Can the heroes learn the location of the facility and escape alive to confront the veiled master, or will they end up entombed in the drowned tower?
Looking to add more flair to your Ruins of Azlant campaign? Pick up the recently released Pathfinder Dice: Ruins of Azlant from our friends at Q-Workshop! Doing double duty and running the Dead Suns Adventure Path as well? Starfinder Dice: Dead Suns sold out almost immediately during preorder, but we're happy to announce they are back in stock!
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Extra Mutant Abilities,
Fiendish Proboscis for infinite summons,
Overcoming racial limitations,
Starfinder Society Character Creation,
Catch Free Efreeti Wishes?,
Horn of the Criosphinx, Monks, and Pummeling Charge,
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