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Pathfinder Adventure Card Game

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Gamemaster adventure for 4-6 players. The job seemed easy enough: raid a heavily guarded estate in India and steal a valuable statue. Your employer seems confident of your success, perhaps too confident!

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Taking Care of Business by Michael Stackpole and Deb Wykle. A book of numerous Contemporary Charactes and 30 detailed maps of places for any modern role playing game. Also includes a short solo adventure for MSPE.

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An anthology of short stories (not a game) about the T&T world, written by the various people who created it: Ken St Andre, Mike Stackpole, Liz Danforth, Bear Peters, & others. Gift Certificates
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