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Converting Savage Tide to Pathfinder?


Savage Tide Adventure Path

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I'm getting ready to start running a new Savage Tide campaign and have been gobbling up all sorts of wonderful information from the boards.

My question now, however, is about the Pathfinder deities. In running a "Pathfinder Savage Tide," is there some sort of deity conversion I should be attempting? Or should I just take it case by case as it comes up...I didn't know if someone else had already attempted to do such a thing, so I figured I'd pose the question here. Thanks!


I'm pretty sure that I've seen a thread or two suggesting various deity conversions between the Greyhawk pantheon and Golarion's. If they're not in this particular sub-forum, then try the Conversions section or possibly Advice.


Bellona wrote:
I'm pretty sure that I've seen a thread or two suggesting various deity conversions between the Greyhawk pantheon and Golarion's. If they're not in this particular sub-forum, then try the Conversions section or possibly Advice.

Thanks for the tip! I hadn't browsed outside of this forum before! Lots of great stuff out there!


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

TB,

I converted the gods to PF equivalents, I figured that was the simplest way. It really depends on whether you want a Savage Tide set in Golarion, or one in Greyhawk using PF rules.

Mine takes place in a Golarion/Greyhawk hybrid, and I don't worry too much about world maps other than the immediate local area.

Link to my campaign's deity conversion chart

We started back in PF Alpha, so things have consistently been changing for us. Feel free to rummage around in the board to find anything that might be useful.


I have been converting the STAP to Pathfinder as I go along, and am currently up to the City of Broken Idols. If you want I could post some of my conversion stats on here and some ideas and other notes.


Sol wrote:
I have been converting the STAP to Pathfinder as I go along, and am currently up to the City of Broken Idols. If you want I could post some of my conversion stats on here and some ideas and other notes.

Yeah, please do. Im currently wrapping up our 3.5 Age of Worms campaign this weekend and then we are kicking off STAP along with converting to PF. So anything that would help reduce my workload would be greatly appreciated. PFSRD has been so useful so far, but every bit helps.


K here goes. There is a lot, and almost all of it is spoilers, so I will hide it within (as best I can). I will start with a intro adventure I wrote up. I set the Savage Tide in the city of Bloodcove aka. Sasserine, on the South-Western shore of Garund:

Spoilers:

Savage Tide Adventure #0
Passage to Sasserine

Scene 1 – Threading the Eye of Abendego

The waters churn and bring a salt spray crashing up the bow of the Waking Owl. Captain Bressano is on deck barking orders, his good hand gesticulating, his bad one given to ticks and fits. The waves rock the boat, even as it’s port is bathed in light, the starboard dips into shadow. Threading the eye of a needle, the navigator steers the ship between the shoals and shallows of Sunken bay to port, the Sodden Lands shores. To Starboard lies an even greater threat, the ever storm, the death throes of Aroden, the Eye of Abendego. You can feel the hurricane winds whip out from the storm, bringing hourly rainstorms to flood the lands, feed the Mwagi jungles, and break upon the spines of the Napsune Mountains. It is a massive dark storm, impenetrable to the eye, baffling to the mind, unmoving, monolithic, yet thrashing about with an inner passion greater than any lover’s heart. To steer between these two fates takes the fittest crew, the most skilled navigator, and the most despotic captain, and even then ships are lost with unnerving regularity. Yet the only other way would be to go far out into the open Acadian Ocean, brave the empty waters of the far sea, uncharted passages, abyssal creatures, and desperate pirates. So threading the Eye of Abendego it is.
The captain eyes you, his jaundiced orbs flashing with anger, as he orders all paying passengers to the galley to wait out the passage to Drenchport. From there, after a nights stay, it will be Port Peril, Quent, and then Sasserine, where the ship will unload it’s cargo of Northern spices, silks from markets of Sothis, spices from Merab, slaves from Absalom, and gemstones from Azir. Tithes will be paid to the rulers of the Shackles for not taking the prize whole and impressing the crew, yet even after that, Captain Bressano and most importantly his benefactor the Aldy Arabani, will be very wealthy indeed.

The galley has been outfitted to serve as a common room for the paying passengers. Where the officers would normally have their quarters, just below the captain’s own rooms, a shallow yet broad room has been set aside for you. Here the benches have fine, if worn pillows stacked upon them, beneath the aft glass windows, creating a stuffy yet bright room, with a table and a few chairs bolted to the planks.
In the room are the 8 paying passengers of the Waking Owl.
A young pair of newlyweds, deeply in love and eager to prove it, the husband, Jaer Lidu-Maili a distant cousin of the Lidu family, he traveled far to Corentyn to bring his bride, Riealn Barro-Maili from the iron ruled cities of Chelaxia, to the land of his patrimony.
An older gentleman also travels with you. Berac Leng is his surname, grey of beard, yet taught and wiry, he moves with some grace. His clothes are somewhat rough, worn from years of travel and some small patching, yet they seemed too have been at one time fine, with filigree and embossing barely visible in the wear.
A Wizard
A Cleric
A Fighter
A Monk
The final passenger is a beautiful young noble woman. She is dressed in fine clothes of silk and linen, yet cut for travel, impressive yet not ostentatious. Her long blond hair and piercings eyes give truth to the purity of her nobility, Lavinia Vanderboren, the eldest daughter of Lady and Lord Vanderboren of Sasserine, she is traveling back to her home city after many years away. Her grace and manners make the rest of the company feel clumsy and brutish, yet she does not lord this over any. Instead she is modest and friendly, asking for tales of travels from the assembled passengers, in order to pass the hours that you are all banished to this room. “We have long hours to pass before we are to be free of these quarters. As fine as they are” she casually pics at the tattered edge of a pillow “let us leave them in our minds and tell tales of our travels and of days gone by. A group of travelers like us must each have tales that are worth the telling.”

Scene 2 – Tales from the Arcadian Ocean

Jaer Lidu-Maili’s Story – the horrors of Ilizmagorti
The young man casually perks up at Lavinia’s request. Unwrapping himself from his beloved, he stretches and arches an eyebrow. “I know of a few tales, though my own travels be of the common sort, I heard tell in Azir of the pirate city of Scuttlecove, the feared horror that is Ilizmagorti. The Shackles as we all know are home to many a foul pirate, fiends who would not balk at harrying this ship, putting to the sword those men who would not submit to them, enslaving the women, and taking prize our cargo. And the lords of the Shackles would see fit to this, taking their promised cut of the booty. Yet good Captain Bressano has paid them handsomely, and will fill their coffers more when we make port. As such the Shackles are a friendlier country, for those who plan ahead and don’t mind dealing with bloodthirsty fiends. Yet there are those who ply the waters who find these pirates to be soft and weak, moral and overly honest men. These true pirates make their port of call at Ilizmagorti. Many call it Scuttlecove, a myth passed from ship’s mate to new hands, a tale told in the dark, of a port so fetid, so callow, that even most pirates fear to tread it’s boardwalks. Founded centuries ago by a group of Godless monks, cast out of Rahadoum for their cannibalistic ways, it has been ruled by a triad of god like men. Yet the rot grows deeper, for Ilizmagorti would be but a hidden cove for buried plunder if not for the Red Mantis cult. It is rumored that they are assassins, a band of killers that hides in every city, in every land. They found a common goal with the flesh eating monks, making Scuttlecove the port for any seeking the services of the most feared assassins in all Golorion. No civilized sailor knows of the location of Scuttlecove, save that it lies in the Arcadian Ocean. Those who know the way there are often unwilling to book passage as the streets are deadly and few return from the foul city. But to those desperate or depraved enough to seek it out, Ilizamgorti provides a home, until one is poisoned, eaten, or disembowled for another’s morning pleasure.” He gives a meaningful glance to all of you, his one brow raised, leans back into comfort, and then gestures with his open palm to his wife.

Riealn Barro-Maili’s Story – Devils pacts in Cheliax
The black haired beauty from Cheliax, takes a moment to compose herself before beginning. “I would not wish to try and overcome the horrors that my new husband has describe, yet my tale is one that delves into darkness. I come from the empire of Cheliax. Long the center of culture and wealth, we have acted as a beacon on the hill shining down upon the rotten empires of Taldor and Osirion, or the wilds of the Mwangi and Varsia. However as you all know since the fall of Aroden my land has become a stronghold for the church of Asmodeus, our rulers binding the land to pacts with the great devil himself. This is why I chose to marry a noble, fine man, from a less civilized land, in order to escape the depredations of the throne of Egorian.”
“My family is a noble one, our lineage painted upon the walls of our greathall, dating back to my ancestor Lord Aslot Barro of Taldor, who came to Cheliax after fighting in the Shining Crusade against the Whispering Tyrant some 1,000 years ago. Since those fabled days we have dwelled and ruled our lands along the shores of the Barro River, near the edge of the great wood. The fresco of him, in the great hall, painted some 500 years ago, shows my ancestor astride a mighty white steed, his pike accented by the head of a Chattering Knight, the champions of the Whispering Tyrants army. Under heel lies the shattered body of the knight, along with the words in ancient Taldorian: ‘Larsk und Golor Asmod’ ‘Under heel the evils of Golorion’. Needless to say, my families long association with the Shining crusade, and pride in our attacks upon the devils and demons of the lower planes, is less popular of late. My uncle, who fell under the sway of a devil during his studies in Egorian hung a great canvas of the city of Dis triumphant over fallen Absalom, covering the fresco of our ancestor. It is from these whispered horrors that I now exile myself in love to the South. May I find more peace in Sasserine then in the homeland of my ancestors.” With that the darkly dressed lady leans back into the arms of Jaer, looking out the starboard glass into the dark clouds lit red by the failing light.

Berac Lang’s Story – The tale of the Age of Worms
The older man sighs, finishes drawing on his pipe, and looks down into the glowing embers. “I am sorry to hear of your flight from that empire of old. Many have left it’s shores since the rise of House Thrune. I have traveled far and seen many thigns, of which I will not speak today. Instead I will tell a tale of another group of men, the Lords of Law and the felling of the God Kyuss, I will tell the tale of Wormfall, that fine celebration of life and victory we are given to in these Southlands.”
“My story beings 20 years ago. I was a young man in those days, a ranger in the employ of plantations past the safety of Sasserine’s walls. There is a tale of an ancient ruin in the jungle, a great ziggurat of the distant past, surrounded by a wall, filled with death. We had always stayed far from that place, the Spire of Long Shadows, as it was known. In the lands nearby one would often encounter the living dead, zombies and the like, yet sometimes tougher and more deadly. One season however these encounters began to grow in frequency, and it seemed the dead had set eyes upon the lands of the living. We fought the dead in the jungles as the spread out towards the deep plantations. It was during this time that the two heroes, the Lords of Law came to Sasserine. They traveled from a distant land to the South, a free city, and sought the Spire of Long Shadows. We thought them mad, though they were powerful, they were sure to encounter only death at the Spire. And they did. Of the four that left for the Spire, only 2 returned, Lord Lugduh and Lord Herrin. They claimed to have slain many great beasts, ancient undead that had long slumbered at the Spire, and they left as quickly as they came, going South to their homelands. That is when the dark times came. It seems that in destroying the evil of the Spire, they had cracked the ancient walls, splintering their magic. The dead came pouring forth from the ziggurat. In the jungles now was open war, with invincible zombies and massive worms laying waste to the land. Sasserine itself was besieged more than once by the dead, the clerics of the city combining forces to expel the fiends. It seemed we were doomed as the numbers of the dead continued to rise and the defenders of the city and it’s plantations lost hope. Yet in the Southlands, far beyond the great jungles and swamps, in lands more distant then Varsia, the Lords of Law were locked in battle against Kyuss and his undead legions. They fought dragons and vast legions of giants, they discovered whole lands long thought lost, and eventually they even came to blows with the death god himself. Upon the shores of some nameless lake, in the city from which he sought his apotheosis, Kyuss and the Lords of Law did battle, upon an endless spire in the heavens. And they did lay him low. Even as they were victorious against the death god in the South, we the defenders of Sasserine found new hope as the legions of the dead began to falter, and that day we gained a hard fought victory over them. Their backs were broken, and they were pushed back into the darkest corners of the jungle, never again to threaten the city and it’s peoples. As such we honor the Lords of Law and their triumph over the God Kyuss in our celebration of Wormsfall.”
With that Berac takes a long draw on his pipe and blows out a small ring of smoke, smiling knowingly at you all.

The players stories.

Lavinia Vanderboren’s Story – Her brother’s and her fall from grace
As you finish your story, all eyes slowly turn to the well dressed noblewoman sitting in the center of the bench. She smiles, plays with a ring for a moment, then begins. “My story is more of a more personal nature. We all have our reasons for traveling upon the sea, taking on the perils in exchange for passage to Sasserine. For me it is a homecoming. I grew up in Sasserine, a favored daughter amongst one of the ruling noble families, the Vanderborens. My family has long been based out of Sasserine, its location near places of peril and adventure suiting our adventuresome demeanor. As a child my younger brother and I let loose this spirit and played pranks upon all of Sasserine, no citizen to mighty for our sometimes harsh humor. It was not to last though, my brother, he bought a group of elixirs of love from a swamp witch, the real thing, with money he filched from our parents. Together we made a plan to dump them in the water supply of certain key figures, with the intention of creating love-crossed chaos in the city.
This complex plot came to not, we were discovered by a officer of the watch, Sergeant Piemon. That was the end of our childhood. Our parents decided that enough was enough. Vanthus, he was sent inland to work on our Uncle’s plantation in Sargava while I was sent North to Thenalar Academy in Almas, the capital of Andoran. That was over 5 years ago. I am now returning to home, I cannot wait to see my parents, my old nanny Kora, the manor house of course, and my dear brother Vanthus. It has been so long.”

Scene 3 – Attack of the Flies
Put in for a night in Drentchport & then Port Peril

3 days out from Port Peril, and the Waking Owl rounds the Horn of Storms, bringing the ship into the warm, calm waters of the Gulf of Ivory. Here the waters of the Vanji River spill out into the Arcadian Ocean. The great hills of the Terwa Uplands barely visible through the constant mists and rain showers that spin off from the Eye to the North. Four more days of sailing and you will make port at Sasserine. The captain has given permission for all paying passengers to spend their times up on deck, in fact he has required it, so that he and the crew can ready the hold for unloading. It is on the 2nd day in from the horn, just as the gulf narrows that the stench begins.
A horrid smell of rot fills the winds coming off the gulf, as the morning turns to afternoon it only grows. The crew sours and their moods turn black as the excitement over making port call falls. They begin to spend more time below deck, as much to escape the miasma as to finish preparations to empty the hold. Then the black streams begin to be seen.
First only small streaks of black water here and there, but before long great streaks of black water run along the surface around you. All seeming to lead to a small island, uncharted it would seem, that lies in the Gulf ahead. The smell builds as your approach the island on starboard, no other passage available and a sick interest building in you all. Finally the horrid truth become visible.
It is no island but instead the rotten corpse of some leviathan from beneath the waves, some beast long forgotten by the surface world, come to share it’s death with the world. The bloated corpse has been split upon the top and two great ribs jut up into the clouds of flies above the corpse like two snake heads sharing one carrion body. Yet there are larger things eating at the corpse, what from farther off you thought were other ribs, writhe and twitch as they delve into the corpse, maggots the size of men. As this realization settles in, you then see their progenitors lift off from the gaping hole from which the rip-heads project, a swarm of flies the size of wolves lift off and redirect themselves towards your ship.

Swarm of 3 Giant Flies CR3
Init +3, Darkvision 60ft, Listen -2, spot +2,
AC: 13, HP:15, Fort +6 Reflex+3 Will-2

Speed: fly 60ft
Bite - +2 to hit, Dam:1d6+disease
1d6
1 Mindfire, 2 Shakes, 3 Bonecrusher Fever,
4 Sleeping Sickness, 5 Slimy doom, 6 Filth Fever

Scene 4 – Entrance to Sasserine

At first you only see the water and far jungle, a rock cliff rising up from the canopy. Yet slowly the split in the cliffs becomes apparent, an opening as if from a god’s axe blade hiding a gem like bay as a thief might guard a jewel. Sasserine, called Bloodcove during the rule of The Shackles pirates, the gem of the South, the Jungle Port. Across the channel cut into the cliffs by the ancient river lies the rent ruins of a bridge from before time. Said to be built by the ancient Azlantians or perhaps even a Southern group from Thassilonia, the bridge stands testament to some ancient past, long lost to man.


Now on to the next set of STAP conversions to Pathfinder. Some Helpful NPCs:

Spoilers:

Gal Orl – Fishing Hamlet
5miles up from Kraken’s Cove is found the village of Gal Orl. Hidden from the main waters by a sand bar, Gal Orl was built around a shallow lagoon, amongst the mangroves that hug these coastal waters. A dozen small huts, held up on stilts, each with Mangroves supporting their walls line the bay, small catamaran canoes tied off by each one. This village lives by small catches, and only rarely sells or trades with the occasional merchant that decides to make a stop on his or her was to Sasserine. In the center of the far side of the lagoon stands three great cypress trees in the shallowest waters. Long ago the local of Gal Orl filled the gap between them with shells and eventually stones creating a raised platform, upon which they built a small shrine to their Mwagi gods. It is there that you find the locals talking, relaxing, carving, and trading amongst each other.
There are no more than 4 dozen in habitants in the village, but 5 are interested in looking for work, adventure, or just an escape from this backwater fish haven.

Awiti – 1st expert (woodcarver) NG – 14 year old runt of a boy, he stands only 4 ft tall. Picked on by others, he yearns for escape to another life. He is quiet and focuses well on his work, hiding his talent for carving from view, but storing away a whole collection of local gods and idols in his bedroll. He is always stelling small chunks of leftover wood. Diplomacy DC 5

Wakesa – 1st commoner CN - 17 year old strapping young lad. He wants to work and get enough gold to bring in an outside wife to the village. He is always on the look for a beautiful young woman, and often is found carousing and being idle. Diplomacy DC 10

Ateino – 1st commoner NE – 18 year old girl. She is looking to get out of the village and make it in the big city. She is going to jump ship at first chance, with someone’s purse in hand. Diplomacy DC 10

Mosi and Nuru - 1st warrior CG & 1st expert CG - 22 year old twins. Mosi is the older and taller while Nuru is shorter but often cracks good jokes. They look to escape their village and move to Sasserine and become workmen. Mosi is tattooed across his chests and arms with dots as he passed the test of manhood, slaying a shark, he wears the teeth in his ears. Nuru is a solid fisherman and knows the waters of Blood bay, as well as a few trade dialects. Diplomacy DC 15

Imani - 1st Adept, NE – 40 year old healer. Imani is an older woman whose husband recently died in a devilfish attack. She has always been known as a healer, but recently has been seen as taboo and is looking to leave the bad blood brewing amongst her fellow villagers. In truth she poisoned him. Diplomacy DC 20


I did not convert the first adventure at all as we ran that before the Pathfinder rules had been released. Here is a basic pathfinder update of most of the monsters from the 2nd adventure, the Bullywug Gambit (sorry that I never got around to finishing off stats for all the encounters):

Spoilers:

Savage Tide – Pathfinder Update #02

The Bullywug Gambit

Savage Monkeys (pg. 16) – CMB: -4 CMD: -2

Navesh Wyvernsting (pg 20) – 3rd Rogue – HP: 26
CMB: +2 CMD: 15 Sneak Attack : +2d6
Talent: Finesse Rogue
Kukri – to hit: +7, Damage: 1d3+1 18-20x2

Ripclaw (pg. 23) – Savage Deinonychus
CMB: +9 CMD: 21

Savage Krenshars (pg. 24) –
CMB: +4 CMD: 16

Brissa Santos (pg. 26) – Savage Human – 2nd Rogue/ 1st Fighter – HP: 30
CMB: +3 CMD: 15
Talent: Weapon Focus
Rapier – to hit: +6, Damage: 1d6+1 18-20x2

Diamondback (pg. 31)– 4th Battle Dancer – HP: 30
CMB: +5 CMD: 20

Stiltwalkers (pg. 32) – 1st Rogue – HP: 10
CMB: +1 CMD: 13

Trub Glorp Hunter (pg. 33) – Bullywug 1st Ranger -
CMB: +3 CMD: 15

Huntress Lorb-Lorb Tub (pg. 38) – Bulywug – 2nd Barbarian/ 3rd Ranger
CMB: + CMD:

Chief Lorpth (pg.41) – Bullywug – 5th Fighter
CMB: + CMD:

Drevoraz Kabra – Half-Orc – 6th Fighter
CMB: + CMD:

Bua Gorg – Bullwug – 6th Cleric
CMB: + CMD:

CMB: Base + str + Size CMD: 10+base+str+dex+size


Here are some updates from the Dungeon 142 Adventure: Here there be monsters:

Spoilers:
NPCs from Dungeon 142 “Here There be Monsters”

Monstrous Centipedes (pg.41) Pg.43 – Great Forest Centipede
HD: 7d8 HP: 39, AC:

Mummies (pg.42) pg. 210
Black pudding (pg. 43) pg. 35

Large Monstrous Crabs (pg.43)
CMD:20 CMB+10

Gargoyles (pg.45) pg. 137

Quotoctoa (pg. 46-47) 4th level Gargoyle Barbarian (9HD)
HP: 120/120, AC:18, CMB+15, CMD:29, Base: +9, Initiative: +8
Str: 23, Dex:18, Con:24, Int:6, Wis:13, Cha:4
Fort+11, Ref+9, Will+8 DR 10/Magic and DR 7/Adamantine
Goods: Bracers of Armor +2, Gargoyle Crown
Feats: Hover, Improved Initiative, Skill Focus (fly), Weapon Focus, Improved Critical
Special:,
Attack: 2 Claws– To hit+16/+16, Damage: 1d6+6, Crit: 19-20x2
Bite – To hit+15, Damage: 1d4+6
Gore – to Hit +15, Damage: 1d4+6

Olangru (pg.49) 4th Level Scout Bar-Lgura
HP: 99/99, AC:27, CMB+17, CMD:33, Base: +9, Initiative: +7
Str: 26, Dex: 22, Con:20, Int:13, Wis:12, Cha:16 Speed: 50ft
Fort+13, Ref+16, Will+8 DR 10/Cold Iron
Goods: Ring of the Ram(25 Charges), Bracers of Armor +2, Boots of Levitation, Cloak of Resist +1
Feats: Dodge, Mobility, Run, Spring Attack, Wind Stance
Special: Fast movement, Trackless Step, Battle Fortitude, Trap finding, Abduction, Pounce,
Skirmish, SR 20, Resist Acid, Cold, Fire 10 20% chance of miss
Spells: Summon Bar-Lgura 35%
At will – Darkness, Cause Fear, Dispael Magic, Greater Teleport, See invisibility,
Telekinesis
2/day – Disguise Self, Invisibility, Major Image
Attack: 2 Claws – To hit: +17/+17, Damage: 1d6+8+1d6 when move, Critical: 20x2
Bite – To hit: +12, Damage: 1d6+4+1d6 when move, Critical: 20x2


Dungeon 143 - "Tides of Dread"

Spoilers:
(I replaced the Yuan-ti with a Sea Hag, maybe even a trio of them I can't recall, as I was originally going to axe the Seventh Coil and replace them with the Red Mantis, something I did not do in the end)
:

Spoilers:

Savage Tide - Adventure #05 - Tides of Dread

Pathfinder updates to monsters and villains

Crimson Fleet Pirates – 2nd Fighter/2nd Rogue human pg. 53
HP:35/35 , AC:16, CMB+, CMD:, Base: +3, Initiative: +7
Str:14, Dex:16, Con:15, Int:10, Wis:12, Cha:8
Fort+5, Ref+6, Will+1 Move: 30ft,
Attack: mwk Rapier - Hit+6, Damage:1d6+2, Crit: 18-20x2
Mwk Dagger - Hit+6, Damage:1d4+1, Crit:19-20x2
Light Crossbow – Hit+6, Damage:1d6, Crit:20x2
Special: Evasion, 1d6 sneak attack
Feats: Improved Initiative, Two- Weapon Fighting, Weapon fine, Two-Weapon Defense, Weapon Focusx2

V’sesslin – 9th level Sorcerer (Abyssal bloodline) – Sea Hag pg.54
CE Medium monstrous humanoid (aquatic)
Init +7; Senses darkvision 60 ft.; Perception +11
Aura horrific appearance (60 ft.)
Defense
AC 24, touch 13, flat-footed 13 (+3 Dex, +3 natural)
hp 131/131 (4d10+9d6+78)
Fort +10, Ref +10, Will +14
SR 20
Offense
Speed 30 ft., swim 40 ft.
Melee 2 claws +12 (1d6+4)
Special Attacks evil eye
Statistics
Str 19, Dex 16, Con 18, Int 14, Wis 14, Cha 20
Base Atk +12; CMB +12; CMD 25
Feats Augment Summoning, Spell Focus, Greater Spell Focus (evoc), Toughness x2, Improved initiative, Iron Will, Fortitu
Skills Bluff +9, Knowledge (any one) +5, Perception +11, Stealth +10, Swim +19
Languages Common, Giant
Special Abilities
Evil Eye (Su) Three times per day, a sea hag can cast her dire gaze upon any single creature within 30 feet. The target must succeed on a DC 14
Will save or be staggered as strange nebulous distress and a gnawing sense of impending doom plagues the victim. If a sea hag uses her evil eye on someone already afflicted by this curse, the victim must make a DC 14 Fortitude save or be
overwhelmed with fright and collapse into a comatose state for 3 days. Each day that passes, the comatose victim must
make a DC 14 Fortitude save or perish. The evil eye is a mindaffecting fear effect. The save DCs are Charisma-based.
Evil Eye Curse: Gaze—failed save; save Will DC 14; frequency 1/day; effect staggered (or fall comatose if already under the
effects of the evil eye).
Horrific Appearance (Su) The sight of a sea hag is so revolting that anyone within 60 feet (other than another hag) who
sets eyes upon one must succeed on a DC 14 Fortitude save or instantly be weakened, taking 1d6 points of Strength
damage. Creatures that are affected by this power or that successfully save against it cannot be affected again by the
same hag’s horrific appearance for 24 hours. This is a mindaffecting effect. The save DC is Charisma-based.
Resist Electricity 10, Fire resistance 90pts, DR10/adamantine
Spells: Summoned Creatures get DR4/good+4str, +4con, DC:15+ spell level Evoc 17+level
1st – (5/7) – Mage Armor, Shield, Magic Missile, Cause Fear, Expeditious Retreat, Grease
2nd – (4/7) – Protection vs. Arrows, Summon Swarm, Acid Arrow, Scorching Ray, Bull’s Strength,
3rd – (5/7) – Rage, Summon Monster III, Protection vs. Energy, Fireball
4th – (3/5) – Stoneskin, Ice Storm, Summon Monster IV
Headband of Mental Prowess +2, Rod of Empowerment, Lesser

Vanthus Vanderboren – pg. 55 – 1st Rogue/11th Fighter - Lemorian half fiend
HP:128/128, AC:31 touch 17, CMB+15, CMD:30, Base: +11/+6/+4, Initiative: +9
Str:20, Dex:21, Con:18, Int:12, Wis:8, Cha:18
Fort+11, Ref+10, Will+2 Move: 30ft,
Attack: +3 Longsword - Hit+20/+15/+10, Damage:1d8+10, Crit: 17-20x2
+1 Keen Sickle - Hit+17/+12/+7, Damage:1d6+7, Crit: 19-10x2
Tail - Hit+11, Damage:1d6+1+1d6/1d6 wis - Fort DC20
Skills:
Special: Sneak Attack +1d6, Armor Training 3, Weapon Training 2 (Longsword, Sickle), Darkvision 60ft,
Immune to Poison, Resist cold/acid/electricity/fire 10, Spell Resistance 22
Feats: Dodge, 2-Weapon-Fighting, Improved 2-weapon Fighting, Greater 2-weapon Fighting, 2-Weapon
Defense, Weapon Focus x2, Weapon Specializationx2, Improved Initiative, Improved Critical (longsword), Double slice, 2-Weapon rend
Spell like abilities: save DC 14+ spell level
Command 3/day, Suggestion, Fear, Charm Monster 3/day, Dominate Person, Mass suggestion
Items: +3 Full Plate, +3 Longsword, +1 Keen Sickle, mwk Dagger, Ring of Protection +2, Amulet of
Health +2, Boots of Speed, Shadow Pearl
Fire resist 90pts, DR 10/adamantine


Dungeon 143 - "Tides of Dread" - Here are the stats that I drew up for the Infamous 7. I states up at least 1 or 2 of them to be way to hard for the group to kill, thus showing that even though they were bad boys of Farshore, there were still beasts out there bigger than them:

Spoilers:

Baarabrauth – Mother of Oblivion CR15 Gargantuan Outsider
HP:217/217, AC:32 touch 6, CMB+32, CMD:42, Base: +15, Initiative: +0
Str:37, Dex:10, Con:31, Int:25, Wis:18, Cha:20
Fort+19, Ref+9, Will+13 Move: 20ft, Swim:60ft
Attack: Bite - Hit+21, Damage:4d6+17+energy drain, Crit: 20x2 Reach:20ft
4 Tentacles - Hit+19, Damage:3d6+9, Crit: 19-20x2 (+2d6 bleed)
Special Attacks:
- Breath of Madness – 60ft cone, 1/minute, 1d6 wis dam + confusion for 1d6 rounds, DC 27
- Constrict – 2d6+6
- Energy Drain – lose 2 levels, DC 22 fort save, Mother +5hp per level
- Warp Dimensions – DC 21 to cast teleport within 300ft
Skills: Perception +30
Special: Darkvision 120ft, Immune to Death Effect, Mind Effect, Petrifaction & polymorph,
DR 15/Cold Iron, Resist cold/acid 20, Spell Resistance 26
Feats: Iron Will, Power Attack, Multiattack, +5 Improved Bite, Improved Tentacles, Critical Focus,
Improved Critical, Bleeding Critical (bite)
Spell like abilities: Caster Level 18th, save DC 14+ spell level
- 1/day – Commune, Dream, Unhallow
- 3/day – Demand, Dimensional Anchor, Divination, Dominate Person, Greater command
- At will – Death Knell, Invisibility Purge, Prayer
Items: A thorough search of the reefs that Baarabrauth has as her territory will recover the following:
Figurine of Wondrous Power – Silver Raven, Robe of Blending, 190gp, 1,200sp, 2,500cp,
A large ornate silver and gold framed mirror with carvings telling the tale of Yeaw the Cursed
Fisherman worth 2,200gp Seach DC 20 (2 items), 25 (4 items), 30 (6 items)

Chakaranka – Bull Ankylosaurus – Advanced Fiendish Gargantuan Animal CR 12
HP:210/210 (16HD), AC:27 touch 8, CMB+27, CMD:39, Base: +11, Initiative: +2
Str:39, Dex:14, Con:25, Int:2, Wis:17, Cha:12
Fort+18, Ref+13, Will+8 Move: 30 ft
Attack: Tail Slap - Hit+22, Damage:6d6+20+stun, Crit: 19-20x2 Reach:20ft
Special Attacks:
- Stun – DC 28 or dazed for 1 round, 1d4 stunned if critical
- Smite Good 1/day
Skills: Perception +20
Special: Darkvision 60ft, DR 10/Good, Resist cold/fire 15, Spell Resistance 15
Feats: Weapon Focus, Great Fortitute, Improved Bull Rush, Improved Overun, Power Attack,
Toughness x2, Improved Natural Attack

Cerattakatha – Advanced Awakened Collossal Scorpion CR17 2nd Druid
HP:471/471 (24d8), AC:35 touch 6, CMB+45, CMD:58, Base: +17, Initiative: +3
Str:50, Dex:16, Con:36, Int:12, Wis:15, Cha:6
Fort+28, Ref+10, Will+12 Move: 50 ft
Attack: 2 Claws – Hit+33, Damage:4d6+30, Crit: 19-20x2 Reach:30ft
Sting - Hit+33, Damage:2d8+30, Crit: 19-20x2
Special Attacks:
- Poison Sting DC37 Fort save – 2d4 str dam 1/round for 1d4+1 rounds
- Constrict 2d8+20
Skills: Perception +35
Feats: Improved Criticalx2, Weapon Focus x2, Multiattack, Improved Natural Attack (claws), Ability
Focus (Poison), Toughness x2, Improved Natural Armor x3, Dodge, Power Attack, Natural Spell
Spells:
1st – (3) – Magic Fang x2, Longstrider
Items: Bracers of Armor +4, Belt of Physical Perfection +2

2 Advanced Deadfall Scorpions (Huge) CR9
HP:115/115 (10d8), AC:22 touch 10, CMB+18(+22 grapple), CMD:29, Base: +7, Initiative: +1
Str:31, Dex:12, Con:24, Int:-, Wis:14, Cha:2
Fort+13, Ref+3, Will+4 Move: 50 ft
Attack: 2 Claws – Hit+16, Damage:1d8+10, Crit: 20x2 Reach:15ft
Sting - Hit+16, Damage:1d8+10, Crit: 20x2
Special Attacks:
- Poison Sting DC20 Fort save – 1d4 str dam 1/round for 6 rounds
- Constrict 1d8+10
Skills: Perception +10

8 Giant Scorpions CR 3
HP:37(5d8), AC:16 touch 9, CMB+8(+12 grapple), CMD:18, Base: +3, Initiative: +0
Str:19, Dex:10, Con:16, Int:-, Wis:10, Cha:2
Fort+7, Ref+1, Will+1 Move: 50 ft
Attack: 2 Claws – Hit+6, Damage:1d6+4, Crit: 20x2 Reach:10ft
Sting - Hit+6, Damage:1d6+4, Crit: 20x2
Special Attacks:
- Poison Sting DC17 Fort save – 1d2 str dam 1/round for 6 rounds
- Constrict 1d6+4
Skills: Perception +4

2 Scorpion Swarms CR3
HP:35(5d8), AC:18 touch 18, Base: +3, Initiative: +4
Str:1, Dex:18, Con:12, Int:-, Wis:10, Cha:2
Fort+5, Ref+5, Will+1 Move: 30 ft
Attack: Swarm – 2d6 + poison
Special Attacks:
- Poison Sting DC17 Fort save – 1d2 str dam 1/round for 6 rounds
- Constrict 1d6+4

Burbalarg – An immense shambling mound larer than many buildings reportedly dwells in the Blackfen swamp on the western coast of the isle. A tribe of bullywugs call s this monster Burbalard, and have taken it as their tribe’s totem although it is unlikely the frog-men have anything resembling an actual alliance with the monster.

Burbalarg – 6th level Rogue Advanced Giant Shambling Mound CR:14
Huge Plant
HP:212/212, AC:26 touch 10, CMB+23/+27 grapple, CMD:34, Base: +12, Initiative: +5/+2 in swamp
Str:30, Dex:12, Con:25, Int:11, Wis:14, Cha:13
Fort+18, Ref+9, Will+7 Move: 20ft, Swim: 20ft,
Attack: Slam - Hit+20, Damage:4d6+10+grab, Crit: 19-20x2+bleed Reach:15ft
Vs. humans - Slam - Hit+24, Damage:4d6+14+grab, Crit: 19-20x2+bleed
Special Attacks: Constrict 4d6+14
Skills: Perception +22, Stealth +18/+28 in swamps
Vs. humans in swamps - perception +28, Stealth +28
Special: Electric Fortitude (+1d4 con per electrical attack), Wild Empathy, Hunter’s Bond,
1st Favored Terrain – Jungle (+2 initiative, Know, perception, stealth, survival)
1st Favored Enemy – Human - +4/+4 (hit, damage, bluff, know, perception, sense motive)
2nd Favored Enemy – Animal - +2/+2
Darkvision 60ft, Immune to Death Effect, Mind Effect, Petrifaction & polymorph,
Feats: Improved Natural Attack (slam), Endurance, Power Attack, Weapon Focus (slam), Improved
Critical, Improved Initiative, Toughnessx2, 2 weapon defense, Critical Focus, Bleeding Critical

Bullywug Champions (6) – 4th Fighters/2nd Rogues
HP:52/52 , AC:17, CMB+, CMD:, Base: +5, Initiative: +11
Str:16, Dex:16, Con:16, Int:10, Wis:12, Cha:8
Fort+8, Ref+7, Will+2 Move: 30ft,
Attack: mwk Spear - Hit+9, Damage:1d6+5, Crit: 18-20x2
Mwk Dagger - Hit+9, Damage:1d4+4, Crit:19-20x2
Light Crossbow – Hit+8, Damage:1d6, Crit:20x2
Special: Evasion, 1d6 sneak attack
Feats: Improved Initiative, Two- Weapon Fighting, Weapon fine, Two-Weapon Defense, Weapon Focusx2,
Weapon Specialization x2, Dodge, Improved Initiative

Treasure: Bullywug offerings to their god:

Xiureksor, Advanced Adult Green Dragon 4th Sorcerer CR15 Huge
HP:244/244, AC: 29 touch 10, CMB+28, CMD:40, Base: +16, Initiative: +2
Str:31, Dex:14, Con:25, Int:20, Wis:21, Cha:20
Fort+17, Ref+12, Will+19 Move: 40ft, Swim: 40ft, Fly: 200ft (poor)
Attack: Bite - Hit+24(+19), Damage:2d8+14(+24), Crit: 19-20x2 Reach:10ft (15ft bite)
2 Claws - Hit+24(+19), Damage:2d6+9(+14), Crit: 19-20x2
2 Wings - Hit+17(+12), Damage:1d8+5(+7), Crit: 20x2
Special Attacks:
- Breath Weapon – 50ft cone Dam: 12d6 acid, DC22
- Crush – (small Creature) DC22, Dam: 2d8+12
Skills: Perception +25
Special: Dragon Senses, Immune to Acid, Paralysis & Sleep,
DR 5/Magic, Spell Resistance 23
Feats: Alertness, Flyby Attack, Improved Critical (bite, claws), Improved Sunder, Iron Will, Power
Attack, Cleave, Great Cleave
Spells: Caster Level 9th sorcerer DC: 15+spell level
1st (8) – Shield, Silent Image, Ventriloquism, Reduce Person, Identify
2nd (7) – Alter Self, Mirror Image, Bear’s Endurance, Make Whole
3rd (7) – Dispel Magic, Protection vs Energy, Haste
4th (5) – Scrying, Summon Monster IV
Spell like abilities: Caster Level 15th, save DC 14
- At will – Charm Person, Entangle, suggestion
Items:
- 310 platniun coins, all bearing the likeness of Aroden from Cheliax
- 1,200 old gold coins of dozens of nationalities dating back nearly 500years
- 2,500 silver coins equally varied
- 20,000 Copper coins of all nationalities and ages
- Solid gold Torque, inlaid with turquoise in the style of dragon scales – 1,200gp
- A small carved emerald chalice carved with a likeness of Xiureksor set in a platinum base – Worth 3,500gp
- 12 statues of the various Mwangi gods as known by the ancients, each carved from a different semiprecious stone, standing between 10-14 inches tall, each worth 200gold.
- Jade funeral mask set with gold and carved with wave like patterns – 500gp
- Set of tarot cards each carved out of thin sheets of ivory, with pierced patterns and ebony inlay – worth 20gp each, or 1,200gp as a set.
- Mwangi ceremonial obsidian and copper dagger – 150gp
- Thaund’s Staff
- Staff of Healing
- +2 Chain Shirt of Acid Resistance (10pts)
- Scroll of Dispel Magic
- Scroll of Fireball
- Potion of Cure Serious Wounds
- Potion of Haste
- Potion of Speak with Plants

Xiureksor – Spelled Up, Advanced Adult Green Dragon 4th Sorcerer CR15 Huge
Xiureksor - Haste, Mirror Image, Endurance, Protection vs. 90pts fire, Shield
Rucana – Bull’s Strength, Mage Armor, Resist 100pts cold, Greater Magic Fang +2
HP:282/282, AC: 38 touch 11, CMB+28, CMD:40, Base: +16, Initiative: +2
Str:35, Dex:14, Con:29, Int:20, Wis:21, Cha:20
Fort+19, Ref+12, Will+19 Move: 40ft, Swim: 40ft, Fly: 200ft (poor)
Attack: Bite - Hit+28, Damage:2d8+28, Crit: 19-20x2 Reach:10ft (15ft bite)
Bite - +28 to hit, Dam: 2d8+28, Crit: 19-20x2
2 Claws - Hit+28, Damage:2d6+18, Crit: 19-20x2
2 Wings - Hit+21, Damage:1d8+11, Crit: 20x2
Special Attacks:
- Breath Weapon – 50ft cone Dam: 12d6 acid, DC22
- Crush – (small Creature) DC22, Dam: 2d8+18
Skills: Perception +25
Special: Dragon Senses, Immune to Acid, Paralysis & Sleep,
DR 5/Magic, Spell Resistance 23
Feats: Alertness, Flyby Attack, Improved Critical (bite, claws), Improved Sunder, Iron Will, Power
Attack, Cleave, Great Cleave
Spells: Caster Level 9th sorcerer DC: 15+spell level
1st (8) – Shield, Silent Image, Ventriloquism, Reduce Person, Identify
2nd (7) – Alter Self, Mirror Image, Bear’s Endurance, Make Whole
3rd (7) – Dispel Magic, Protection vs Energy, Haste
4th (5) – Scrying, Summon Monster IV
Spell like abilities: Caster Level 15th, save DC 14
- At will – Charm Person, Entangle, suggestion
Items:
- 310 platniun coins, all bearing the likeness of Aroden from Cheliax
- 1,200 old gold coins of dozens of nationalities dating back nearly 500years
- 2,500 silver coins equally varied
- 20,000 Copper coins of all nationalities and ages
- Solid gold Torque, inlaid with turquoise in the style of dragon scales – 1,200gp
- A small carved emerald chalice carved with a likeness of Xiureksor set in a platinum base – Worth 3,500gp
- 12 statues of the various Mwangi gods as known by the ancients, each carved from a different semiprecious stone, standing between 10-14 inches tall, each worth 200gold.
- Jade funeral mask set with gold and carved with wave like patterns – 500gp
- Set of tarot cards each carved out of thin sheets of ivory, with pierced patterns and ebony inlay – worth 20gp each, or 1,200gp as a set.
- Mwangi ceremonial obsidian and copper dagger – 150gp
- Thaund’s Staff
- Staff of Healing
- +2 Chain Shirt of Acid Resistance (10pts)
- Scroll of Dispel Magic
- Scroll of Fireball
- Potion of Cure Serious Wounds
- Potion of Haste
- Potion of Speak with Plants

Rucana, Half-Dragon - Half-Human 10th Witch CR12 Medium
HP:101/101, AC: 14 touch , CMB+10, CMD:20, Base: +5, Initiative: +4
Str:22+6, Dex:10, Con:20+5, Int:20+5, Wis:8-1, Cha: 12+1
Fort+8, Ref+3, Will+6 Move: 30ft, Swim:ft, Fly: 60ft (average)
Attack: +1 Acidic Adamantine Dagger - Hit+12, Damage:1d6+7+1d6 acid, Crit: 19-20x2
Special Attacks:
- Breath Weapon – 30ft cone Dam: 10d6 acid, DC20, 1/day
Skills: Perception +
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Low Light Vision,
Hexes – Evil Eye – 30ft sight, -4 penalty DC20
- Fortune - allows Xiruksor to reroll 1 per round for 2 rounds
- Ward – Xireksor – warded +3 to AC and saves until struck
- Healing – Cure Moderate Wounds (2d8+10)
- Slumber
- Tongues
Great Hex
- Retribution – Will save negates, take 1/2 the damage you deal, for int mod rounds
Patron – Strength, Bat Familiar
Feats: Improved Initiative, Spell Penetration, Greater Spell Penetration (+4), Improved
Counterspell, Weapon Focus (ray), Toughness
Spells: Caster Level 10th witch DC: 15+spell level
1st (6) – Divine Favor, Magic Missile x2 5d4+5, Shield, Mage Armor x2
2nd (5) – Bull’s Strength, Resist (fire/cold) x2, Acid Arrow (2d4 for 4 rnds), Cat’s Grace
3rd (4) –Greater Magic Fang +2, Lightning Bolt (10d6), Haste, Ray of Exhaustion
4th (4) – Divine Power, Stoneskin x2, Lesser Globe of Invulnerability
5th (3) – Righteous Might, Mage’s Faithful Hound, Cone of Cold (10d6)
Items: Staff of Healing (10 charges, Cure Serious wounds 3d8+10),
Belt of Physical Might +2 (con/str), +1 Acidic Adamantine Dagger

Rucana Empowered, Half-Dragon - Half-Human 10th Witch CR12 Large
Haste, Mage Armor, Righteous Might, Bull’s Strength, Cat’s Grace, Lesser Globe, Shield
HP:121/121, AC: 26 touch 16, CMB+10, CMD:20, Base: +5, Initiative: +4
Str:30+10, Dex:12+1, Con:24+7, Int:20+5, Wis:8-1, Cha: 12+1
Fort+10, Ref+4, Will+6 Move: 30ft, Swim:ft, Fly: 60ft (average)
Attack: +1 Acidic Adamantine Dagger - Hit+16, Damage:1d8+11+1d6 acid, Crit: 19-20x2
Special Attacks:
- Breath Weapon – 30ft cone Dam: 10d6 acid, DC20, 1/day
Skills: Perception +
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Low Light Vision, DR5/Good
Hexes – Evil Eye – 30ft sight, -4 penalty DC20
- Fortune - allows Xiruksor to reroll 1 per round for 2 rounds
- Ward – Xireksor – warded +3 to AC and saves until struck
- Healing – Cure Moderate Wounds (2d8+10)
- Slumber
- Tongues
Great Hex
- Retribution – Will save negates, take 1/2 the damage you deal, for int mod rounds
Patron – Strength, Bat Familiar
Feats: Improved Initiative, Spell Penetration, Greater Spell Penetration (+4), Improved
Counterspell, Weapon Focus (ray), Toughness
Spells: Caster Level 10th witch DC: 15+spell level
1st (6) – Divine Favor, Magic Missile x2 5d4+5, Shield, Mage Armor x2
2nd (5) – Bull’s Strengthx2, Resist (cold), Acid Arrow (2d4 for 4 rnds), Cat’s Grace
3rd (4) –Greater Magic Fang +2, Lightning Bolt (10d6), Haste, Ray of Exhaustion
4th (4) – Divine Power, Stoneskin x2, Lesser Globe of Invulnerability
5th (3) – Righteous Might, Mage’s Faithful Hound, Cone of Cold (10d6)
Items: Staff of Healing (10 charges, Cure Serious wounds 3d8+10),
Belt of Physical Might +2 (con/str), +1 Acidic Adamantine Dagger

Acidic Ice Golems (4) – Medium construct CR 7
HP:65/65, AC: 18 touch 9, CMB+9, CMD:18, Base: +8, Initiative: -1
Str:20+5, Dex:9, Con:-, Int:-, Wis:11, Cha: 1
Fort+3, Ref+2, Will+3 Move: 30ft, Swim:ft, Fly: 60ft (average)
Attack: 2 slams - +13, Dam: 1d6+5+1d6 cold+1d6 acid
Special Attacks:
- Breath Weapon – 20ft cone Dam: 2d6 acid/2d6 cold, DC14,
- Acidic Cold – 1d6 cold/1d6 acid when struck with natural weapons
- Icy Destruction – 3d6 slashing, 2d6 cold, 2d6 acid within 10ft when destroyed DC 14

Xiureksor’s Lair

1. The Great Pit – This yawning gap, known locally as Kinta pit lies deep within the Northern Jungle of the Isle of dread. It is over 400ft in width at it’s mouth, around 300ft wide at it’s base and is over 600ft deep, the greatest sinkhole cavern of it’s type on the isle. The bottom of the pit is covered with thick jungle, inhabited by large centipedes and other insects. Hidden up under one of the overhangs is the main entrance to Xireksor’s lair. A DC 30 spot check is needed to see it from the base of the pit. The entrance is alarmed as per the spell.

2. The Grand Chamber of Xireksor – This massive carved chamber, is a perfectly circular hole, 100ft in diameter that rises 200ft to a grand stalactite covered ceiling. Carved with the acidic breath of Xireksor hundreds of years before, it has served him as a lair for many centuries. It is here that he takes audience with visitors important enough to bring to his lair. He normally hovers in the air when meeting, though if under attack, he will perch on Area 3 and breath down upon the interlopers.

3. The Perch or false Treasure horde – This semicircular depression carved out of the marble like limestone walls of the grand chamber serves Xireksor in 2 purposes. First it is where he can attack from, and secondly it serves as a false horde. Found here is about a 1/4 of the entire horde, thus appeasing any invaders that make it this far in alive.
700 gp, 1,000sp, 5,000cp, 3 of the 12 mwangi statues, the tarot cards, the sacrificial dagger, and a Scroll of Dispel Magic.

4. The frozen path – This escape route leads out to a smaller exit to the leser pit (DC 35 to spot it as it is smaller and better concealed, also alarmed). It is here that the 4 Acid-Ice golems rest, hidden amongst the 40+ ice sculptures that fill the room. All of the sculptures, which vary from small 6ft long to full life sized, are sculptures of Xireksor, completed by his daughter, Rucana. Rucana lives here in a small ice cave. The majority of the horde is frozen into the floor, at least 10ft down in the ice.

5. The Lesser Pit – The Falls of Mosi-oa-Tunya – The smaller of the 2 sinkholes, it is only 200ft in diameter and around 400ft in depth, features the stunning Mosi-oa-Tunya falls. This 400ft tall waterfall is the last place where they Tunya river can be seen before it plunges into the underdark and finally into the tunnels of Golismorga beneath the isle, before dissipating into the sea.

6. The false Chamber – This false dragon’s cave is warded in 2 ways, with a symbol of Pain and stalactite of summon monster V (it summons large fire elemental).


I also made up a chart for keeping track of Victory points in Dungeon 143 - "Tides of Dread":

Spoilers:

Savage Tide - Adventure #05 - Tides of Dread

Action Victory Points Running Total
Defeated T-Rex, Recovered Tar for projects and weaponry 100 100
Built Ballista Bolts 10 110
Recruited 5 Militia Members 25 135
Expanded Infirmary 50 185
Recruited Dinosaur - Ankylosaurus 14 199
Recruiting Mwangi Aid
Building Northeastern Watchtower – 1/3 done

But of course this does not allow me post a word made table, but you should get the idea.


Dungeon 144 "The Lightless Depths". I think I accidentally saved over my stats of the earlier beasties, my apologies:

Spoilers:

Kopru Behemoths (3) – On top of Ziggarut
CMD: 33 CMB+21
Blessed - +1 to hit

Ulioth – 8th Cleric/4th Thrall of Demogorgon – Korpru – CR14 – 10th level Caster
HP: 190/190 AC: 27 Touch -14, Flat - 26
CMB: + 22 CMD: 32
Attacks
+2 Spell Storing/Acidic Spear - +23/+18/+13/+8 – Dam: 1d8+6, Critical:19-20x3
Tail Slap - +20, 1d6+2
Bite - +20, 1d4+2
Mighted, Bull’s Strength, Endurance, Aid, protect vs. Chaos, Divine Power –
HP: 274/274 AC:30 Touch -15, Flat – 29 SR22
DR 5/Good, Fort+20, Reflex+11, Will+21
Spear - +31/+31/+26/+21/+16, Dam: 2d6+13+1d6, Critical: 19-20x3
(1st hit - inflict wounds, 3d8+10 save DC: 19)
Tail Slap - +27, 1d8+7
Bite - +27, 1d6+7
Special:
Spell Immunity – Dispel Magic, Scorching Ray
Dual Actions 2/day
Smite 9/day - +4 to damage
Desturctive Aura – 9 rounds, 30ft aura, +4 dam to all attacks auto critical
Scythe of Evil – Cause weapon to become unholy for 4 rounds.
Channel – 5d6
Spells: Destruction and Evil Domains
5th – Feeblemind, Greater command, Spell Resistance, Righteous Might DC:21
4th – Air Walk, Control Water, Divine Power, Spell Immunity, Sending DC20
3rd – Bestow Curse, Contagion, Cure Serious Wounds, Dispel Magic, protect. Vs. energy
2nd – Blindness/deafness, Bull’s Strength, Endurance , Silence,
Aid DC 18
1st – Command, Bane, Bless, Doom, Entropic Shield, Protect vs.
Chaos, Sanctuary DC17
Items: +2 Spell Storing/Acidic Spear, +4 Chain Shirt, Headband of Wisdom +4, Ring of Protect +3,
Portable Hole

Bilewretch of Holashner –
HP: 189/189 Initiative: +9 AC: 29, touch 13, flat 24
Immune – Acid, fire, poisons, mind affects SR:21
CMB: +21 CMD:36


Dungeon 145 - "City of Broken Idols" :

Spoiler:

City of Broken Idols Update to Pathfinder

I replaced the Sorcerer with the Alchemist, partially to give the class a try (it is new right now)and also to have some fun (since the alchemist could leave timed bombs, and thus was able to even more effectively ambush the players). It almost killed them all.

Onailati - Male Advanced Elite Maurezhi Demon (Fiend Folio pg. 50)
Int +7, AC: 28, HP: 142
CMB+23, CMD:39
Perception+20, Bluff+23

Julajimus - Huge Aberration (Monster Manual II, 133)
Int +6, AC: 22, HP: 152
CMB+24, CMD:36
Perception+10, Disguise +22

Skinwalker Acolyte - Skinwalker 11th level Alchemist
Int +10, AC:30 touch 18 , HP: 200, DR:10/magic
Base+15, CMB+17 CMD:33
Fort+19, Reflex+15, Will+18
Str:14, Dex:22, Con24, Int:22, Wis16, Cha:10
Perception+15, Bluff+15
Feats: Brew Potion, Multiattack, Weapon Focus, Improved initiative,
Attacks:
3 Bombs - 6d6 fire
Or
+2 Morningstar - to Hit+22, Damage: 1d8+3+poison, Crit: 19-20x2
2 Claws - to Hit+19, Dam: 1d6+1+Poison, Crit:20
Bite - to Hit+19, Dam: 1d8+1+Poison, Crit:20
Poison - Fort save DC: 26, 1/rnd for 6 rounds, 1d3 str (double dose, purple)
Special: Swift Poison
Items: +2 Dagger, +1 Leather, 10 doses, Purple Worm Poison, 6 doses Giant Wasp Poison,
Ring of Protection +2 and +2 int.
Discoveries:
Concussive Bomb (6d4 sonic dam, deafened 1 minute, fort save DC 21)
Delayed Bomb (1-11 rounds his choice)
Fast Bombs (3 per round)
Combine Extracts
Concentrate Poison
Extracts: Per day 5/4/4/2
1st - Disguise Self, Expeditious Retreat, Stone Fist, True Strike, Ant Haul
2nd - Aid, Barkskin, Cat’s grace, Resist Energy, Undetectable Alignment
3rd - Combined (Enlarge, Shield), Fly, Haste, Heroism, Rage
4th - Combined (endurance/strength), Stokeskin, Freedom of Movement

Powered Up: - Endurance, Strength, Stoneskin, Haste, Enlarge, Shield, Heroism, Mutagen (6 rounds)
Int +12, AC:35 touch 19 , HP: 240, DR:10/magic & Adamantine
Base+15, CMB+17 CMD:33
Fort+23, Reflex+19, Will+19
Str:20, Dex:24, Con:28, Int:22, Wis14, Cha:10
Perception+15, Bluff+15
Feats: Brew Potion, Multiattack, Weapon Focus, Improved initiative, Power Attack
Attacks:
3 Bombs - 6d6 fire
Or
+2 Morningstar - to Hit+22/+22, Damage: 2d6+15+poison, Crit: 19-20x2
2 Claws - to Hit+19, Dam: 1d8+11+Poison, Crit:20
Bite - to Hit+19, Dam: 2d6+11+Poison, Crit:20
Poison - Fort save DC: 26, 1/rnd for 6 rounds, 1d3 str (double dose, purple)
Skinwalker
Int +3, AC: 18, touch13, HP: 76
CMB+11, CMD:24
Perception+15

Xerkamat - Huge elite Wastrilith Demon
Int +9, AC: 26, HP: 230
CMB+31, CMD:46
Perception+24

Chief Achcauhtl, Male Skinwalker 9th level Ranger
Int +8, AC: 27, touch:14, HP: 229
CMB+22, CMD:36
Perception+18
Flesh Jelly
Int -2, AC: 4, HP: 207
CMB+24, CMD:32
Perception -5

Throgiff - Male Tiefling 12th Rogue
Int +5, AC: 21, touch 16, HP: 80
CMB+11, CMD:26
Perception+16
Talents: 4+2
Resiliency, Slow Reactions (sneak attacked can’t make attacks of opportunity), minor
magic, Major Magic, Dispelling Sneak attack, Improved Evasion
Magic: 1st - Magic Missile, 5d4+5 dam 2/day

Taboo Temple Kopru
Int +2, AC: 22, touch 11, HP: 102, DR: 10/magic
CMB+22, CMD:34
Perception+0

Khala - Aspect of Demogrogon
Int +7, AC: 33, touch 16, HP: 250, DR: 15/Cold Iron/Good, Fast Healing 5
CMB+32, CMD:49
Perception+27

Khal’s pets - (2)
Int +5, AC: 220, touch:14 HP: 114, DR: 5/good
CMB+19, CMD:34
Perception+14

And here are a couple of NPCs I made up because the Cleric and Wizard were both killed in the battle at the village, and so the players needed a bit of help escaping from the center of the Isle of Dread to find someone who could resurrect their fallen comrades:

Rissashtak – Male, Lizardfolk 5th Ranger & 6th Cleric of Sarenrae
Initiative +1, AC: 23, touch 11, HP:87
Base+9/+4, CMB+13, CMD:24
Fort+11, Reflex+7, Will+11
Str:18(16), Dex:13, Con:15, Int:8, Wis:20(18), Cha:10
Skills: Acrobatics+5, Climb+12, Heal+14, Know (geography)+7, Perception+14,
Stealth+9, Survival+13
Feats: Multiattack, Two-Weapon Fighting, Endurance, Weapon Focus, Weapon Focus,
Double Slice, Improved 2-weapon Fighting, 2-weapon Defense, Brew Potion
Attacks:
Sword of the Planes - to Hit+14/+9, Damage: 1d8+6, Crit: 19-20x2
+2 Short Sword – to Hit+14/+9, Damage: 1d6+6, Crit: 19-20x2
Bite - to Hit+11, Damage:1d4+2, Crit:20x2
Special: Hold Breath, 1st Favored Enemy (Evil Outsiders), 2nd Favored Enemy
(Monstrous Humanoid), Favored Terrain (Mountains), Hunter’s Bond (allies), Channel energy (3d6), Wild Empathy
Languages: Draconic, Mwagi Polyglot
Items: Wand of Cure Serious Wounds (31 Charges), Sword of the Planes, +2 ShortSword
Rod of Metamagic (extend 1-6th), potions of heroism, Rhino Hide (+2 hide), Sustaining Spoon, Incadescent Blue Ioun Stone (+2 wis), Belt of giant strength +2
Ranger Spells:
1st – Longstrider, Pass without trace, Resist Energy
Cleric Spells: Healing & Fire Domains
Domain Powers – Rebuke Death, Healers Blessing, Fire Bolt, Fire Resistance 10
0th – Create Water, Detect Magic, Light, Stabilize
1st – Bless, Comprehend Languages, Detect Evil, Divine Favor, Shield of
Faith, Cure Light Wounds
2nd – Aid, Bear’s Endurance, Resist Energy, Spiritual Weapon, Cure Moderate
Wounds
3rd – Inflict Serious Wounds, Invisibility Purge, Water Walk, Fireball

Jenal – Male, Human (Mwangi), 11th Inqusitor
Initiative +4, AC:23 touch12 , HP:92,
Base+8/+3, CMB+10, CMD:21
Fort+7, Reflex+3, Will+7
Str:14, Dex:13, Con:14, Int:10, Wis:16, Cha:6
Skills: Bluff+12, Climb+16, heal+14, Know (nature)+12, Know (Religion)+11,
Perception+17, Sense Motive+14, Stealth+15, Survival+17
Feats: Lookout, Outflank, Precise Strike, Weapon Focus, Shield Focus, Power Attack,
Step-up, Toughness, Dodge, Improved Critical
Attacks:
+3 Adamantine Battleaxe - to Hit+14/+9, Damage: 1d8+5 Crit:19-20x3
Special: Judgment (4/day, pick any 2), Monster Lore, Stern Gaze, Cunning initiative,
Detect alignment, Bane, Discern Lies (11 rounds/day), Stalwart (no effect for fort
& will success saves)
Items: Wand of Cure Moderate Wounds (25 charges), Wand of Heroism (24 charges),
+3 Adamantine Battle Axe, +1 Dagger, Ring of Blinking, +2 Breastplate,
+3 Large Wood Shield,
Spells: Domain – Sun
0th – Acid Splash, Bleed, Create Water, Light, Detect Magic, Read Magic
1st – (5/day) Alarm, Bless, Comprehend Languages, Cure Light Wounds, Divine Favor,
Protect vs. Evil
2nd – (4/day) Aid, Align Weapon, Cure Moderate Wounds, Inflict Moderate Wounds,
Tongues
3rd – (4/day) Dimensional Anchor, Dispel Magic, Cure Serious Wounds, Nondetection
4th – (2/day) Cure Critical Wounds, Divine Power, Stoneskin


Dungeon #146 - "Serpents of Scuttlecove". I am almost finished stating this adventure out, just one more NPC to finish with.

Spoilers:

Dungeon #146 – Savage Tide – Serpents of Scuttlecove

The Seventh coil is in conflict with the Red Mantis Assassins for control of Ilizamagorti

7th Coil Assassins – (pg. 49) – 2nd Rogue/7th Assassin – Yuan-ti Halfblood
HP:97/97 16d8, AC: 24 touch 15, CMB+17, CMD:32, Base: +13/+8/+3, Initiative: +5
Str:18, Dex:20, Con: 14, Int:21, Wis:18, Cha:14
Fort+7, Ref+16, Will+10 Evasion Move: 30ft,
Attack: +1 Keen dagger - Hit+19/+14/+9, Damage:1d4+5 (+6d6 flanking), Crit: 17-20x2
Bite - +17, Damage: 1d6+2+Poison – fort DC 15, 1d6 con
Or
+2 Composite Longbow – Hit+21/+16/+11, Damage: 1d8+5 (+6d6 flank), Critical: 20x2
Skills: Acrobatics+23, Bluff+20, Climb+22, Disguise+20, Escape Artist +23, Perception +22,
Sense Motive+22, Stealth +23, Use Magic Device+23
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Death Attack DC22 (true death, quiet death), Sneak Attack +5d6,
Hidden Weapons
Feats: Alertness, Blind-fight, Combat Expertise, Dodge, Improved Feint, Precise Strike, Weapon
Finesse, Point Blank Shot
Spell like abilities: save DC 12+ spell level
At Will – Alternate Form, Chameleon Power, Detect Poison, Produce Acid
3/day – Animal Trance, Cause Fear, Entangle
1/day – Darkness, Neutralize Poison, Suggestion
Items: +1 Mithiral Shirt, +1 Keen Dagger, +2 Composite Longbow (+4 str bonus),
Cloak of Resistance +3, Bead of Force, Potion of Cure Critical, Potion of Fly

Crimson Fleet Recruiters – (pg. 79) – 3rd Ranger – Bar-Lgura CE Outsider
HP:100/100 9d8, AC: 27 touch 16, CMB+23, CMD:35, Base: +13/+8/+3, Initiative: +6
Str:22, Dex:22, Con: 21, Int:11, Wis:16, Cha:18
Fort+13, Ref+14, Will+9 Move: 40ft,
Attack: 2 Claws - Hit+16, Damage:1d6+6, Crit: 20x2
Bite - Hit+11, Damage: 1d6+3, Crit: 20x2
Skills: Perception +12, Stealth+20
Special: Darkvision 60ft,
Feats: Endurance, Toughness, Stealthy, Track, Weapon Focus x2, Pounce (charge to full round)
Spell like abilities: save DC 17+ spell level
At Will – Greater Teleport, Darkness, Fear, Dispel Magic, See Invisibility, Telekinesis
2/day – Disguise Self, Invisibility, Major Image

The Leech – (pg. 52) – 3rd Anti-Paladin/6th Thrall of Demogorgon – Yuan-ti Abomination Large
HP:213/213 18d10, AC: 33 touch 13, CMB+27, CMD:39, Base: +18/+13/+8/+3, Initiative: +2
Str:27, Dex:15, Con: 22, Int:18, Wis:20, Cha:20
Fort+22, Ref+16, Will+19 Move: 20ft, Swim 20ft, Reach: 10ft
Attack: +1 Keen Falchion - Hit+28/+23/+18/+13, Damage:2d4+9, Crit: 15-20x2
Bite - +20, Damage: 2d6+4+Poison – fort DC 20, 1d6 con
Or
Touch of Corruption - Hit+26, 2d6+1d6 Con Damage
Or
+2 Composite Longbow – Hit+24/+19/+14/+9, Damage: 2d6+11, Critical: 20x3
Smite Good - +5 to hit, +3 damage
Skills: Acrobatics+23, Bluff+20, Climb+22, Disguise+20, Escape Artist +23, Perception +22,
Sense Motive+22, Stealth +23, Use Magic Device+23
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Dual Actions, +5ft reach 3/day,
Feats: Point Blank Shot, Power Attack, Precise Shot, Abyss Bound Soul, Alertness, Bilnd-Fight,
Evil Brand, Thrall to Demon, Willing Deformity, Weapon Focus, Gang-Up, Precise Strike,
Toughness
Spell like abilities: save DC 12+ spell level
At Will – Alternate Form, Chameleon Power, Detect Poison, Produce Acid
3/day – Animal Trance, Cause Fear, Entangle
1/day – Baleful Polymorph, Fear, Darkness, Neutralize Poison, Suggestion
Items: +3 Breastplate, +2 Composite Longbow (+8 str), +1 Keen Falchion, Greater Bracers of
Archery, Ring of Protection +2, Belt of Giant Strength +4, Potion of Fly

Sisters of Lamentation – (pg. 56) – 7th Bard/ 5th Diresigner – Harpies
HP:115/115 19d8, AC: 18 touch 15, CMB+15, CMD:27, Base: +15/+10/+5, Initiative: +2
Str:10, Dex:15, Con: 14, Int:10, Wis:10, Cha:22
Fort+7, Ref+13, Will+14 Move: 20ft, Fly: 80ft

7th Coil Slayers – (pg. 59) – 10th Sorcerer Serpentine Bloodline – Yuan-ti Pureblood
HP:113/113 14hd, AC: 22 touch 14, CMB+8, CMD:21, Base: +9/+4, Initiative: +7
Str:8, Dex:16, Con: 14, Int:12, Wis:12, Cha:22
Fort+6, Ref+12, Will+12 Move: 30ft,
Attack: +1 Shock dagger - Hit+9/+4, Damage:1d4+1d6 Electric, Crit: 19-20x2
Skills: Perception +14, Stealth +14,
Special: Darkvision 60ft,
Feats: Combat Casting, Combat Reflexes, Stealthy, Weapon Focus (Ray), Improved Critical (Ray),
Spell Penetration, Greater Spell Penetration, Spell Focus, Greater Spell Focus
Spell like abilities: save DC 12+ spell level
At Will – Alternate Form, Chameleon Power, Detect Poison, Produce Acid
3/day – Animal Trance, Cause Fear, Entangle
1/day – Darkness, Neutralize Poison, Suggestion
Spells: DC 16+spell level Touch +13
5th – (4)Cone of Cold (10d6) DC 23
4th –(6)Shout (5d6 DC22), Wall of Fire, Poison
3rd – (7) Delay Poison, Summon Monster III, Ray of Exhaustion (DC 19),
Lightning Bolt (10d6 DC21), Dispel Magic
2nd – (8) Hypnotism, Blur, Scorching Ray (4d6, 3 rays), Resist Energy, Cat’s Grace
1st – (8) Magic Missile (5d4+5), Ray of Enfeeblement(1d6+5), Mage Armor, Shield, Sleep
Items: +1 shock Dagger, Cloak of Charisma +4, Ring of Protection +3

Captain Longshanks Le’Shiv – (pg.64) – 8th Rogue/2nd Fighter – Lemurian Half-Fiend
HP:103/103 10HD, AC:23, touch:17,
Feats: Improved Initiative, Improved Critical, Toughness, Improved 2-Weapon fighting, 2-
Weapon Fighting, Weapon Focus x2, Gang-up, Precise Strike
Attacks:
+1 Rapier - +12/+7, Damage: 1d6+5, Critical:15-20x2
Flanked - +14/+9, Damage: 6d6+5

Crimson Fleet Pirates/Scuttlecove Thug (pg .78) – 4th Rogue/ 4th Fighter – Human
HP:74/74 8hd, AC:17 touch 12, CMB+9, CMD:21, Base: +7/+2, Initiative: +6
Str:14, Dex:14, Con: 16, Int:8, Wis:12, Cha:10
Fort+8, Ref+7, Will+3 Move: 30ft,
Attack: Mwk Scimitar - Hit+11/+6, Damage:1d6+4, Crit: 15-20x2
Flank – Hit+13/+8, Damage:4d6+4
Mwk Light Crossbow – Hit+10/+5, Damage: 1d8, Crit:19-20x2
Skills: Perception +12, Stealth +12
Feats: Combat Reflexes, Improved Initiative, Toughness, Rapid Reload, Weapon Focus, Weapon
Specialization, Gang-up, Precise Strike, Improved Critical
Items: Mwk Scimitar, Mwk Light Crossbow, Elixir of Fire Breath, Potion of Haste,
Potion of Invisibility

Vzorthys – Allied with the Mother beneath Scuttlecove – Will recognize Lirith as a worshipper.

Cold Captain Wyther – (pg. 70) – 1st Rogue/9th Fighter/6th Duelist – Lemorian Half-Fiend
HP:214/214 19hd, AC: 34 touch 22, CMB+24, CMD:39, Base: +16/+11/+6/+1, Initiative: +9
Str:26, Dex:16, Con:22 , Int:20, Wis:8, Cha:14
Fort+18, Ref+15, Will+8 Move: 30ft, Fly: 30ft
Attack:
+3 Icy Burst Longsword - Hit+29/+24/+19/+14, Damage:1d8+15+1d6 cold, Crit: 17-20x2
Flank - +31, Damage:1d8+2d6+15+1d6 cold
+1 Frost Adamatine Dagger – Hit+25/+20/+15, Damage: 1d4+12, Critical: 19-20x2
Flank - +27, Damage: 1d4+12+2d6+1d6 cold
&
Sting – Hit+15, Damage: 1d6+4+ Poison 1d6 wis DC 21, Critical:20
Skills: Acrobatics+18, Appraise+13, Bluff+21, Climb+23, Intimidate+21, Know (Geography)+13,
Know (Local)+9, Know (the Planes) +11, Perception +14, Profession: Sailor+24, Sense Motive+12, Stealth+12, Swim+18
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Resist Acid, Cold, Fire, Electricity 10, Immune Poison, DR10/Magic
Canny Defense, Improved Reaction, Weapon Training 2, Armor Training 2
Feats: Dodge, Mobility, Precise Strike, Gang-Up, Combat Reflexes, Improved Initiative, Weapon
Focus x2, Weapon Specialization x2, Improved Critical, Improved Feint, 2-Weapon Fighting, Improved 2-Weapon Fighting, Double Slice, Greater 2-Weapon Fighting, Greater Weapon Focus
Spell like abilities: save DC 12+ spell level
3/day – Charm Monster, Command, Unholy Aura
1/day – Dominate Person, Fear, Mass Charm Monster, Mass Suggestion, Suggestion,
Unhallow
Items: +3 Icy Burst Cold Iron Longsword, +1 Frost Adamantine Dagger, +4 Chain Shirt,
Belt of +6 str/+6 con, Amulet of Nat Armor +3, Cloak of Protection +4, Boots of Speed, Ring of Protection +4

Ghourgos – (pg. 71)
HP: 299, AC: 30 Touch 16, CMB+42, CMD:54

The Seventh – (pg. 73) – Female Yuan-ti Anathema – Huge Aberration
HP:297/297 22hd, AC: 29 touch 9, CMB+26, CMD:37

Orlath Demon – (pg. 74) –
HP:184/184 16hd, AC: 26 touch 16, CMB+21, CMD:38

Kedward & Bone – (pg. 79) – Male Human 7th Alchemist/10th Master Chymist – NE/LE
HP:182/182 , 17hd, AC: 27 touch 14, CMB+19, CMD:33, Base: +15/+10/+5, Initiative: +4
Str:14(18), Dex:13(19), Con: 10(18), Int:25(23), Wis:12(10), Cha: 5(3)
Fort+16, Ref+16, Will+7 Move: 30ft
Attack: +1 fire/ice burst Dire Scythe - Hit+18/+18/+13/+8, Dam:2d4+10+1d6 cold/fire, Crit:20x4
Skills: Appraise+26, Craft (Alchemy)+28, Disable Device+24, Fly+13, Know (Arcana)+26,
Know (Local)+7, Know (Nature)+19, Perception +13, Spellcraft+30, Use Magic Device+20
Special: Permanent – Arcane Sight, Darkvision, See Invisibility, Tongues
Bomb – 9d6, Alchemy, Mutagen, Poison Resistance +4, Poison Use, Swift Poisoning,
Discoveries – Dilution, Infusion, Infuse Mutagen, Concentrate Poison, Madness Bomb,
Sticky Poison
Mutagen - +6 AC, +8 Con, +6 Dex, +4 str, - 2 int/wis/cha
Advanced Mutagen – Evasion, Greater Mutagen, Grand Mutagen, Scent
Brutality +6 dam with attacks
Feats: Brew Potion, Throw Anything, Extra Discovery x3, Master Alchemist, Exotic Weapon (Dire
Scythe), 2-Weapon Fighting, Master Craftsman, Craft Wondrous Item, Magical Aptitude
Extracts per Day: DC16 +spell level Touch + 19
6th – (3) Eyebite, Form of the Dragon I, Twin Form
5th – (5) Contact Other Plane, Delayed Consumption, Elude Time, Sending, Spell Resist
4th –(5) Death Ward, Detonate, Dragon’s Breath, Fire Shield, Freedom of Movement
3rd – (6) Amplify Elixir, Cure Serious Wounds, Displacement, Draconic Reservoir, Haste,
Gaseous Form
2nd – (7) Aid, Barkskin, Endurance, Blur, Strength, Cat’s Grace, Vomit Swarm
1st – (7) Bomber’s Eye, Crafter’s Fortune, Enlarge Person, Expeditious Retreat, Identify,
Shield, True Strike
Items: +1/+1 Flaming/Icy Burst Dire Scythe, Giant Hide (Troll), Ring of Resistance +2,
Headband of Intellect +6, Slippers of Spider Climbing, Cauldron of Brewing,
15,000gp in drugs, 10,000gp in Poisons.

Dire Hunger Monks – (pg. 81) – Corrupted Human 7th Monk
HP:63/63 7hd, AC: 19 touch 15, CMB+10, CMD:22, Base: +5, Initiative: +2
Str:16, Dex:15, Con: 16, Int:10, Wis:12, Cha:6
Fort+8, Ref+7, Will+6 Evasion Move: 50ft,
Attack: Unarmed Strike – Hit+8, Damage:1d10+3+3 Vile, Crit:20x2 (+1d6 dam when flanking)
Flurry of Blows – Hit+8/+8/+3, Damage: 1d10+3+3 vile
Skills: Acrobatics+14, Intimidate+9, Perception +11, Stealth +11
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Immune to Acid, DR 5/Magic, Fast Healing 3
Slow Fall 30ft, Flurry of Blows, Manuever Training, Purity of Body, Still Mind, High Jump,
Wholeness of Body (heal 7hp for 2 ki)
Ki Pool - 4
Feats: Unarmed Strike, Stunning Fist,Willing Deformity, Deformity (Gaunt), Deformity (Face),
Dodge, Improved Grapple, Improved Trip, Precise Strike, Gang-Up
Items: Ring of Protection +1, Ring of Jumping


Dungeon #147 – "Into the Maw" Only just started stating this adventure out. Only one NPC has updated stats so far:

Spoilers:

Dungeon #147 – Savage Tide – Into the Maw

Vanthus Vanderboren – pg. 55 – 1st Rogue/14th Fighter - Lemorian half fiend Death Knight
HP:118/118 15d12, AC: 42 touch 20, CMB+24, CMD:39, Base: +14/+9/+4, Initiative: +9
Str:30, Dex:21, Con: -, Int:12, Wis:10, Cha:24
Fort+9, Ref+11, Will+4 Move: 30ft,
Attack: +4 Flaming Bane Human Longsword - Hit+31/+26/+21, Damage:1d8+21, Crit: 17-20x2
Vs. human - to Hit+33/+28/+23, Damage: 1d8+23+2d6
+2 Keen Bane Human Sickle - Hit+29/+24/+19, Damage:1d6+19, Crit: 19-10x2
Vs. Human – to hit+31/+26/+21, Damage:1d6+21+2d6
Tail - Hit+, Damage:1d6+5+1d6/1d6 wis - Fort DC23
Abyssal Blast – 1/day 20ft radius, 15d6 Dam 1/2 fire 1/2 unholy, range 1000ft. Ref DC:25
Skills:
Special: Sneak Attack +1d6, Armor Training 3, Weapon Training 3 (Longsword, Sickle, Natural),
Darkvision 60ft, Immune to Poison, Cold, Electricity, Death Effects, Resist acid/fire 10, Spell Resistance 25, Damage Reduction 15/Good
Feats: Dodge, 2-Weapon-Fighting, Improved 2-weapon Fighting, Greater 2-weapon Fighting, 2-
Weapon Defense, Weapon Focus x2, Weapon Specializationx2, Improved Initiative, Improved Critical (longsword), Double slice, 2-Weapon rend, Greater Weapon Focusx2, Greater Weapon Specialization x2, Toughness
Spell like abilities: save DC 17+ spell level
3/day – Command, Charm Monster, Unholy Aura
1/day – Dominate Person, Fear, Mass Charm Monster, Mass Suggestion, Suggestion,
Unhallow
Items: +5 Mithiral Full Plate, +4 Flaming Bane Human Longsword, +2 Keen Bane Humans Sickle,
Ring of Protection +3, Amulet of Natural Armor +4, Boots of Speed, Belt of Giant Str +6, Cloak of Charisma+4, Token of Fire Immunity (one use)


Way out of order in this post is this write up I made for players when the campaign first started. It basically adapts most of the elements of Greyhawk Sasserine (factions, noble families, etc.) into Golarion's Bloodcove aka. Sasserine:

Spoilers?:

Creating a character for Savage Tide

Stats: 25 point Epic Fantasy buy system for Stats (Pg. 5 Pathfinder Beta rules)

Races: Try to stick to the standard races (elf, half-elf, half-orc, human, dwarf, Halfling)
I am not too big on Gnomes.
Common Races – Human, Half-elf, Half-Orc, Halfing, Dwarf, Elf.
Uncommon Races – Tiefling (this is not Cheliax after all) and other humanoids.

Class: Check out the Pathfinder Beta Rules basic classes.
Common classes – Rogue, Fighter, Bard, Ranger, Cleric, Barbarian, Druid, Wizard, Sorcerer,.
Uncommon classes – Monk & Paladin.

Equipment: There is some rather Golorion specific weapons and equipment that can be found
in Sasserine. I will post a scan of the pages for you to look at on the web page.

Languages: Common, Polygot, more rarely Osiriani and Mwangi regional dialects.

Character background questions:
1. Name?
2. Race? (there are many human races to choose from, more about that later)
3. Parents? Siblings?
4. Age
5. Place of Birth
6. Where have your travelled (far or little)
7. Affiliations (see Savage Tide Players Guide)
8. Friends (or people that your character would likely know)
9. Deed of note (something heroic done in the last 6 months)
10. What does your character want most of all?
11. What is his/her darkest secret?
12. Personality
13. Appearance
14. Quirks
15. Faith
16. Strongly Held beliefs, norms
17. Hates

Sasserine – Population and statistics:
Population: 15,650 citizens
Racial breakdown: 77% human, 6% half-elf, 6% half-orc, 5% halfling, 2% dwarf,
2% elf, 1% other.
Cultural breakdown:
(This is not a racial breakdown, but instead a cultural breakdown of the city.
There might be Mwangi elves and Yamasa Halflings, Chelaxian dwarves or Half-Orc Ex-pirates)
20% Ex-Pirates – “Rats” – Some settled 700 years ago, some yesterday. They tend to be Dockworkers, ship crews, carpenters, even farmers, along with beggars, day laborers, and thieves.
17% - Lirgen refugees – “Boat People” – Some date back to before the fall of Aroden, but
most arrived in boats after the Eye of Abendego destroyed Lirgen. Many serve as scholars, professors, artisans, and other educated trades, along with ship crews.
12% - Mwangi– “Natives” - A few have trickled in every year in the cities history. They tend to be lower class, guides, fishermen, farm workers, slaves, and lumberjacks.
9% - Chelaxian Colonists – “Two Tongues” – Many Original settlers, but some fled the
more recent devil worshiping regency in Chelix. Serve as mages, stonemasons, architects, jewelers, and business owners of every kind.
9% - Yamasa refugees – “Cannibals” – Mostly recent arrivals, fleeing the destruction of
their land by the hurricane. They work as Fishermen, gladiators, entertainers, and day laborers.
4% - Merchant Princes – “Apids” – Members of the Apis Consortium and their close
associates. They run merchant ships, large plantations, and mercenary companies.
3% - Rahadoum – “Godless” – Refugees from when their land exiled those who
worshiped gods, these refugees are almost all devout. Act as clerics, organizers, and low level managers of many businesses.
26% - Others – “Rabble” – Peoples from all places, none, or of mixed heritage, orphans.

Ruling Families of Sasserine:
Arabani – The Merchants – Anwyn Arabani rules the district in style, with
wealth flowing in from the many successful business ventures she has made with her relatives back in Cheliax. She has yet to choose a husband despite a near-constant flow of suitors to her home.
The family is of Chelaxian descent.

Dracktus – The Cannibals (never to their faces) – The man known as Fars Dracktus it is rumored fled the Sodden Lands with great wealth and few morals, he took up the name of the Dracktus family when they all disappeared soon after his arrival in Sasserine. His grandson Emil runs
the show now.
The Family is of Yamasa (Garundi) descent.

Islaran – The Harbormasters. Current Harbormaster is Keltar Islaran, an older man whose children seem little interested in the families responsibilities.
The family is of Mwangi descent.

Kellani – The Rats – Heldrath Kellani is said to have gained her gold as a pirate in the Shackles before settling down to run the various nefarious dealings of this noble family.
The family is of mixed descent (primarily Chelaxian-Garundi mix)

Knowlern – The Stone Elves – Aniphastus Knowlern and his family were
shipwrecked in Sasserine over 300 years ago. They have ruled over the lands where the wild meet the city on the Eastern shores.
The family is of Elven descent.

Lidu – The Elders - The oldest noble family in Sasserine, they suffered greatly
under the rule of the pirate lords. Worrin Lidu, the current patriach, hopes to heal the wounds between the churches and nobles in the city.
The Family is of mixed descent (originally Chelaxian).

Lorchester – The Entertainers – Current patriach is the canny Neldrak Lorchester, whose interest seems focused on the timber industry.
The family is of Rahadoum (Garundi) descent.

Taskerhill – The Lumber Barons – Baron Kalmadar Taskerhill is the proud and
eloquent leader of the Taskerhill company, who has the Cudgel District’s
best interests at heart. The family is of Lirgen (Garundi) descent.

Toregson – The Blacksmiths – Urik Toregson rules over Sasserines newest noble
family, having relocated from Lirgen when the Eye of Abendego destroyed their homeland.
The family is of Lirgen (Garundi) descent.

Vanderboren – The Adventurers – Lavinia Vanderboren only recently became head of this noble house. Her family has long been associated with high risk ventures and great journeys.
The family is of Taldan descent.

Districts in Sasserine:
Each district has a church that is the caretaker of the district as well as a noble family that
rules it. They each have different styles, architecture, and norms.

District Noble Family Church Description
Azure Islaran Gozreh
The true waterfront. Western half is the cities waterways, Eastern is the whaling industry.

Champion’s Lorchester Cayden Cailean & Gorum
District of soldier, mercenaries, and gladiators. Not so friendly with the noble district.
Cudgel Taskerhill Irori
Primarily residential. The safest district because of the Irori watch. The people are ever vigilant.

Merchant’s Arabani Abadar
The cities heart and perhaps soul. The first and often only district visitors see. Little can’t be found here.

Noble Lidu Pharsma &
Nethys
Traditional ruling center of Sasserine. The richest and oldest mansions are found here. Seen as decadent by many.
Shadowshore Draktus Besmara
Small but notorious. Long a haven for criminals, thieves, pirates, and the poor.
Sunrise Knowlern Erastril
Primarily residential, but better off then Cudgel, as many have stakes in the inland plantations and lumber camps.

Affiliations:
These are organizations that the player characters can be associated with, working for, or just closely allied with. As your character performs certain deeds and grows in power, his/her standing and sway in the organization will grow, giving him/her more access to its resources and influence. A player characters association with an organization could be out in the open (the Dawn Council), somewhat secret (Pathfinder Society), or a deeply held secret (Red Mantis). Each group will have it’s own goals and purposes.

Apis Consortium – (all alignments, though mostly Neutral, NG, NE, N, LN, CN)
The Apis consortium is a secretive and wide-ranging group of merchants and non-landed nobility who run many of the plantations and gold driven expeditions into the Mwangi expanse. Many question their true motives, but none question the gold that flows into their coffers and the trickles of silver that flow into many hands from there.
Symbol: A rampant serpent under a shield.
Secrecy: Semi-secret. The leadership, membership, and deeper motives (if they exist) are secret, however their operations are often quite open, using mercenaries and other hirelings under command of lower level members.

Blackfire Adepts – (Mostly evil and chaotic alignments, CN, CE, NE, N, LE, LN)
A mysterious cadre of outcast mystics, demonologists, and arcane explorers track the Ebon flame that burns whenever foul magics rend the veils between the planes. Many explore the outer planes and other realties beyond Golorion, returning with less sanity but greater knowledge. In many ways they are at odds with the Church of the Whirling Fury.
Symbol: A black flame against a red background.
Secrecy: Secret. The membership and actions of the group are secret.

Church of the Whirling Fury – (Mostly good and lawful, LG, NG, CG, LN)
The Church of the Whirling Fury seeks to oppose the advance of demonic influences into Golorion, while at the same time venerating it’s patron, the eladrin paragon Gwynharwrf. It keeps it’s presence in Sasserine subtle, operating in semi-secret. Founded in Sasserine by an elven woman known as Lady Silvermane.
Symbol: A vortex of wind behind a pair of crossed scimitars
Secrecy: Semi-secret, known to members and a few others.

Dawn Council – (All alignments, though mostly Lawful ones)
The Dawn Council formed from the noble families that joined forces after overthrowing the rule of the Shackles pirate lords. Each of the seven districts has a representative on the Dawn council from a noble family living within it.
Symbol: A red spire rising from an island.
Secrecy: the leaders are all publically known, but some agents are secret.

Hellknights – (Lawful alignments only, LG, LN, LE)
They are the law, justice without mercy, punishment without recourse. Grim-armored law enforcers disinterested in social goodliness, Hellknights exist to enforce and maintain order. Although severe, they are not inherently evil (though many are).
Symbol: An Iron Fist, or other symbol depending on the Knightly Order.
Secrecy: Semi-secret. They operate openly, but their keeps are closed.

Pathfinder Society – (all Alignments, mostly chaotic, CG, CN, CE, NG, NE, N)
The greatest heroes of the modern age, the seekers of forgotten lore and ancient ruins, the publishers of the Pathfinder Chronicles, the Pathfinders have agents traveling the globe, seeking out that which has been lost, and discovering that which has been forgotten. They are only loosely affiliated, members being solitary and competitive.
Symbol: A compass rose, the Wayfinder.
Secrecy: Semi-Secret. The Leadership is unknown, even to pathfinders, and
membership is not public knowledge.

Red Mantis – (Evil only, CE, NE, LE)
The dreaded assassin cultists of the Mantis God. With cells in nearly every city and land, none are truly safe from the Red Mantis save for kings and queens, for regicide is the one crime that is anathema to their god.
Symbol: A red mantis or Sawtooth Sabre.
Secrecy: Total secret. Even members are unknown to each other.

Zelkarune’s Horns – (All Alignments, though many Chaotic)
A group of powerful warriors and gladiators associated with the Sasserine Arena, they manage and organize all of the events of the Arena and much of Sasserine in terms of entertainment. The group also funds numerous hunts and expeditions to gather new exotic creatures for the arena and trophies for glory.
Symbol: A dragon skull pierced by a spear.
Secrecy: As the members are braggarts and gloryhounds, there is no secrecy.


And just to add the last bits of flavor, I ran as a side adventure (somewhere between the 3rd and 4th modules, though set 5 years prior to the first STAP adventure, and with a separate set of evil 10th level PCs) "The Porphyry House Horror" From Dungeon 95.

Spoilers:

This helped introduce them to Scuttlecove (which they are about to now first see as their main player characters almost 1 year of real time later). It also meant that they created 4 cool and interesting NPCs who they will probably run into years later as their STAP PCs travel to Scuttlecove in the "Serpents of Scuttlecove" Dungeon 146 Adventure. Sorry I have only stated out a few of the encounters, I can't find the file where I finished my work on this vile and deeply disturbed adventure:

Monsters:
Gulguthydra CR:12 pg. 71

Scuttlecove Thug – Human 1st fighter/5th Rogue
HP: 43/43, AC:18, CMB+6, CMD:18, Base: +4, Initiative: +6
Str: 14, Dex: 15, Con:14, Int:12, Wis:8, Cha:10
Fort+5, Ref+6, Will+0
Goods: +1 Studded Leather, +1 Buckler, +1 Longsword
Feats: Weapon Focus, Dodge, Mobility, Spring Attack, Improved Initiative
Special: Sneak Attack +3d6, Resiliency,
Attack: +1 Longsword – To hit+8, Damage: 1d8+3, Crit: 19-20x2

Kedward Bone –

Matylda – Female Imp Familiar

Tyralandi – Female Half-Fiend, Half-Nymph – 1st Rogue, Thrall of Graz’at 4th

Porphyry House


Awesome stuff!


Thanks. I should be done converting most of all the creatures up through Dungeon #150 here in a few days. I will get around to posting it all after I am finished.


Kicked things off this past saturday and it seemed to go well! Thanks for the posts! Your conversions will, no doubt, be very handy!


Good luck Tracer & good luck to you as well White Knife. I have been running Save Tide AP since March of 2009 and we are just in the middle of the 7th module.

The players are all 14th level and just took a side story adventure in the City of Dis in hell. I have each character start with an Item of Legacy and one of them needed to dip his gauntlets of legacy into the River Styx, it was good fun! If you want check out our Yahoo group: http://games.groups.yahoo.com/group/pirates_and_dinosaurs_STAP/ I will add you if you ask and all. Lots of images, some adventure write ups (kinda stopped doing those a while back) and other tidbits, including a couple downloads I gave to players at the start of the campaign.

I have had great responses all around from the group of players about Savage Tide, which is saying something as the group is mixed with one mid 30s player having never played D&D before, one late 30s player having played D&D since the late 1970s, one player in his early 20s and the last player (the son of the 1970s player) who is 13 (a bit young for my table, but he has lots of D&D experience and his dad to keep him in line, so it works). As a full disclosure of exprience at the table, I have been playing D&D since '85, but have only been GMing for the past 10 years, and seriously DMing for the past 7 years.

Anyhow here is the next installment of the stating up. As a side note I sometimes have replaced NPC character classes if they are not classes that are found in Pathfinder or the PFRPG sourcebooks I own. I always have tried to stay as close to the flavor and stat block given in the original adventure however, and have kept beasts (and converted the stats of said beasts) that have not yet (or never will) be added to Pathfinder.

Dungeon #147 – "Into the Maw":

Spoilers:
Dungeon #147 – Savage Tide – Into the Maw

Azael – (pg. 54) – Male Advanced Elite Palrethee CR:11
HP:114/114 12hd, AC:23 touch 13 , CMB+17, CMD:30, Base: +12/+7/+2, Initiative: +3

Blood Fiends of Orcus – (pg. 55) – Male Advanced Blood Fiend
HP:120/120 16hd, AC:32 touch:12 , CMB+17, CMD:30, Base: +8/+3, Initiative: +7

Greater Lemorian Golem – (pg. 62) – Advanced Lemorian Golem Construct
HP:235/235 40hd, AC:27 touch:10, CMB+37, CMD:49, Base: +22, Initiative: +6

S’Sharra – (pg. 63) – Female Kelvezu 4th Anti-Paladin
HP:188/188 16HD, AC: 41 touch 26, CMB+22, CMD:44, Base: +16/+11/+6/+1, Initiative: +16
Str:23, Dex:34, Con:24, Int:16, Wis:14, Cha:20
Fort+24, Ref+26, Will+19 Evasion Move: 30ft, Fly: 60ft
Attack: +2 Keen Wounding Scimitar - Hit+22/+17/+12/+7, Damage:1d8+8+ wound, Crit: 15-20x2
+1 Wounding Sickle – Hit+21/+16/+11, Damage:1d6+4+wound, Critical: 19-20x2
Smite Good 2/day -
Skills: Acrobatics+17, Bluff+20, Intimidate+26, Know (Religion)+22, Know (the Planes)+18,
Perception +17, Stealth +39
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Resist Acid, Cold, fire 10, Immune Electricity & Poison, SR 26,
DR 15/Good, Aura of Evil, Unholy Resilience, Aura of Cowardice, Cruelty, Plague Bringer,
Channel Negative Energy
Feats: Cleave, Improved Disarm, Power Attack, 2-weapon, Improved 2-weapon, Power Attack,
2 Weapon Defense, Greater 2-Weapon Fighting, Improved Initiative
Spell like abilities: save DC + spell level Caster Level 18th
At Will – Deeper Darkness, Desecrate, Detect Good/Law, Greater Dispel Magic,
Improved Invisibility, Read Magic, Suggestion, Greater Teleport, Tongues,
Unhallow
Items: Ring of Protection +4, Amulet of Health +4, Gloves of Dexterity +2, Boots of Speed

Kululblax the Warden– (pg. 65) – Huge Male Glabrezu - 5th Barbarian (Raging Stats)
HP:356/356 17hd, AC: 33 touch 10, CMB+35, CMD:46, Base: +17, Initiative: +5
Str:39, Dex:13, Con:38, Int:14, Wis:16, Cha:22
Fort+30, Ref+13, Will+12 Evasion Move: 55ft, Reach:15ft
Attack: +4 Cold Iron Battleaxe - Hit+30/+25/+20/+15, Damage:3d6+18, Crit:19-20x3
+4 Cold Iron Battleaxe - Hit+30/+25/+20, Damage:3d6+18, Crit:19-20x3
2 Pincers – Hit+23, Damage: 2d8+7, Crit:20x2
Bite – Hit+23, Damage: 1d8+7, Crit:20x2
Skills: Acrobatics+18, Bluff+21, Craft (Torture)+8, Intimidate+23, Perception +31, Stealth +16,
Sense Motive+18
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Resist Acid, Cold, fire 10, Immune Electricity & Poison, SR 21,
True Seeing, DR 10/Good, Rage,
Rage: 16 rounds, +4str/+4con, -2 AC, Quick Reflexes (+1 attack opportunity), Swift Foot
Feats: Improved Initiative, Multiattack, Power Attack, Track, 2-Weapon Fighting, Weapon Focus,
Improved 2-Wepaon Fighting, Greater 2-Wepaon Fighting, Improved Critical
Spell like abilities: save DC + spell level 14th level Caster
At Will – Chaos Hammer, Confusion, Dispel Magic, Mirror Image, Reverse Gravity,
Greater Teleport, Unholy Blight
1/day – Power Word Stun
1/Month – Wish for a mortal
Items: +4 Cold Iron Battleaxes (2), Ring of Evasion, Ring of Protection +3, Bracers of Armor +4

Nycaloth Mercenaries – (pg. 66) – Male Nycaloth 4th Level Fighters
HP:247/247 18HD, AC:33 touch:12, CMB+27, CMD:40, Base: +18, Initiative: +7

Nabassus (pg. 67) – CE Medium Outsider
HP:235/235 40hd, AC:35 touch:19, CMB+24, CMD:39, Base: +15, Initiative: +9

Lazruvakus – (pg. 68) – Advanced Fiendish Magma Drake – Gargantuan Dragon
HP:525/525 30hd, AC:29 touch:10, CMB+49, CMD:60, Base: +30, Initiative: +5
Feats: Improved Toughness (x2), Dodge, Mobility, Spring Attack

Kelubar Demodands – (pg. 69) – NE Medium Outsider
HP:97/97 13hd, AC:27 touch:11, CMB+18, CMD:29, Base: +13, Initiative: +5

Belshamoth - (pg. 70) – Male Advanced Shator Demondand – Large outsider NE
HP:190/190 20hd, AC:32 touch:18, CMB+28, CMD:41, Base: +20, Initiative: +3
Feats: Quicken Spell Like Ability (Cloudkill), Toughness, Dodge

Jariaxer – (pg. 72) – Female Babau – 10th Rogue
HP:236/236 17hd, AC:29 touch:11 , CMB+22, CMD:35, Base: +14/+9/+4, Initiative: +3
Str:26, Dex:17, Con:28, Int:14, Wis:10, Cha:18
Fort+17, Ref+15, Will+8 Evasion Move: 30ft,
Attack: +3 Keen Halberd - Hit+21/+16/+11, Damage:1d10+20, Crit: 19-20x3
Bite - Hit+15, Damage: 1d6+9
Sneak Attack +7d6
Skills: Bluff+24, Climb+22, Disable Device+22, Disguise+14, Escape Artist+18, Perception +28,
Stealth +36, Sleight of Hand+10
Special: Darkvision 60ft, DR 10/Good, Immune Electricity & Poison, Resist Fire, Cold, Acid 10,
SR 14
Feats: Combat Expertise, Improved Feint, Greater Feint, Improved Trip, Multiattack, Power
Attack, Toughness, Weapon Focus, Greater Trip
Talents: Fast Stealth, Slow Reactions, Combat Trick, Rogue Crawl, Improved Evasion
Spell like abilities: save DC + spell level Caster Level 7th
At Will – Darkness, Dispel Magic, See invisibility, Greater Teleport
Items: +4 Black Dragonhide Improved Shadow Banded Mail,
Black Dragonhide Gauntlets of Ogre Power, Pink Rhomboid Ioun Stone (+2 con)

Lynnara – (pg. 73) – Femle Succubus – 8th Bard/8th Thrall of Malcanthet Medium outsider CE
HP:193/193 22hd, AC:35 touch:21, CMB+16, CMD:29, Base: +16, Initiative: +3
Feats: Toughness, Spell Penetration, Greater Spell Penetration

Lillianth - (pg. 750) – Marilith – 2nd Fighter/4th Battle Herald
HP:343/343 22hd, AC:40 touch:18, CMB+34, CMD:49, Base: +21, Initiative: +9
Str:34, Dex:21, Con:32, Int:18, Wis:16, Cha:26
Fort+29, Ref+20, Will+21 Move: 30ft,
Attack: +4 Longsword - Hit+32/+27/+22/+17, Damage:1d8+28, Crit: 17-20x2
+3 Icy Longsword - Hit+31, Damage:1d8+27+1d6, Crit: 17-20x2
+3 Fiery Longsword - Hit+31, Damage:1d8+27+1d6, Crit: 17-20x2
+3 Acidic Longsword – Hit+31, Damage:1d8+27+1d6, Crit: 17-20x2
+3 Shocking Longsword - Hit+31, Damage:1d8+27+1d6, Crit: 17-20x2
+3 Longsword - Hit+31, Damage:1d8+27, Crit: 17-20x2
Skills: Bluff+32, Diplomacy +33, Intimidate+33, Know (History)+20, Perception +31,
Sense Motive+27, Spellcraft+23, Stealth +20, Use Magic Device+27
Special: Darkvision 60ft, DR 10/Good, Immune Electricity & Poison, Resist Fire, Cold, Acid 10,
Improved Leadership, Voice of Authority, Easy March, Inspire Greatness,
Inspiring Command (+2) 20 rounds –Inspire Hardiness & Tactics , SR 25
Feats: Combat Expertise, Combat Reflexes, Improved Disarm, Improved initiative, Iron Will,
Leadership, Multiattack, Multiweapon Fighting, Power Attack, Weapon Focus, Improved Critical, Practiced Tactician, Gang-up, Outflank
Spell like abilities: save DC + spell level
At Will – Align Weapon, Blade Barrier, Magic Weapon, Project Image, See Invisibility,
Telekinesis, Greater Teleport, Unholy Aura
2/day – Greater Command
Items: Bracers of Armor +4, Ring of Protection +2,

Shadows of Socothbenoth – (pg. 77) – Advanced Elite Shadow Demon Medium outsider CE
HP:190/190 15hd, AC:27 touch:27, CMB+10, CMD:29, Base: +10, Initiative: +9
Feats: Toughness, Dodge


Dungeon 148 - "Wells of Darknes":

Spoilers:

Dungeon #148 – Savage Tide – Wells of Darkness

Sidith-Yeus – (pg. 57) – Male Advanced Elite Guecubu CR:13 Incorporeal Invisible CE Outsider
HP:150/150 20hd, AC:20 touch 20 , CMB+-, CMD:-, Base: +20, Initiative: +3

Red Shroud – (pg. 59) – Female Succubus 15th Level Oracle CR:19
HP:199/199 23HD, AC: 41 touch 30, CMB+19, CMD:33, Base: +19/+14/+9/+4, Initiative: +4
Str:10, Dex:19+4, Con:18+4, Int:23+6, Wis:18+4, Cha:42+16
Fort+11, Ref+27, Will+21 Move: 30ft, Fly:50ft
Attack: Dagger of Venom - Hit+19/+14/+9/+4, Damage:1d4+poison, Crit: 19-20x2
Claw – Hit+19, Damage:1d6, Crit: 20x2 Or
Energy Drain Kiss – 1 negative level DC 37 Suggestion
Skills: Appraise+19, Bluff+53, Craft (Poisonmaking)+30, Diplomacy+45, Disguise+35, Escape
Artist+12, Fly+15, Intimidate+35, Know (Local)+27, Know (History)+34, Know (the
Planes)+34, Know (Religion)+26, Know (Arcana)+28, Perception +30, Sense Motive+25, Spellcraft+23, Stealth +20
Special: Darkvision 30ft, DR 10 Good or Cold Iron, Immune Electricity, Fire, Poison,
Curse: Vision (Blindsense 30ft, Blindsight 15ft), Mystery: Lore, Resist Acid, Cold 10, SR 33
Revelations: Automatic Writings (Augury, Divination, Commune), Brain Drain, Lore Keeper,
Sidestep Secret, Mental Acuity, Spontaneous Sumbology
Feats: Agile Maneuvers, Combat Reflexes, Iron Will, Expanded Arcana x2, Revelation,
Deceitful, Persuasive, Dodge, Wind Stance, Lightning Stance, Skill Focus: Craft
Spell like abilities: save DC 26+ spell level
Constant – Detect Good, Tongues
At Will – Charm Monster, Detect Thoughts, Ethereal Jaunt, Suggestion, Greater Teleport,
Vampiric Touch
1/day – Dominate Person, Summon (1 Babau 50%)
Spells: DC 26+spell level Touch +19, Ranged Touch+23
7th – (7) Inflict Serious Wounds, Mass (3d8+15), Vision, Blasphemy, Greater Scrying,
Greater Restoration, Symbol of Stunning & Weakness
6th –(9) Inflict Moderate Wounds, Mass (2d8+15), Greater Dispel Magic, Harm, Heal,
Forbiddance, Symbol of Fear & Persuasion
5th – (9) Inflict Light Wounds, Mass (1d8+15), Contact Other Plane, Break Enchantment,
Dispel Alignment, Flamestrike, Greater Command, Plane Shift, Slay Living,
Symbol of Pain & Sleep
4th –(10) Inflict Critical Wounds (4d8+15), Legend Lore, Dimensional Anchor,
Dismissal, Divine Power, Sending, Spell Immunity
3rd – (10) Inflict Serious Wounds (3d8+15), Locate Object, Bestow Curse, Blood
Biography, Speak with Dead, Obscure Object
2nd – (10) Inflict Moderate Wounds (2d8+10),Bear’s Endurance, Cat’s Grace, Make
Whole, Resist Energy, Undetectable Alignment, Zone of Truth
1st – (10) Inflict Light Wounds (1d8+5), Identify, Divine Favor, Detect Alignment, Hide
from Undead, Protection vs Alignment, Shield of Faith
Items: Iron Bands of Billaro, Shroud of Venom (4 doses purple worm, 4 doses black lotus, 2
doses dark reaver powder), Dagger of Venom, Bracers of Armor +5,
Ring of Protection +4, Headband of Mental Prowess (+4 wisdom + Charism), Tooth of Shami-Amourae, 3 doses of True Seeing Ointment
Shadowfire – (pg.60) – Male Wispling 6th Rogue/7th Pathfinder Delver CR 13 CE Small Ousider
HP:75/75 13HD, AC: 23 touch 16, CMB+, CMD:, Base: +9/+4, Initiative: +3
Str:11, Dex:20, Con:12, Int:16, Wis:10, Cha: 12
Fort+6, Ref+14, Will+5 Evasion Move: 20ft,
Attack: +1 returning Handaxe - Hit+9/+4, Damage:1d4+1, Crit: 20x3
+1 returning Handaxe - Hit+9/+4, Damage:1d4+1, Crit: 20x3
Or
Ranged +1 returning Handaxe - Hit+16, Damage:1d4+1, Crit: 20x3, Range: 10ft
Skills: Acrobatics+21, Bluff+7, Diplomacy+11, Disable Device+22, Escape Artist+21,
Know(History)+16, Know (the Planes)+16, Linguistics+13, Perception +16,
Stealth +21,Use Magic Device+16
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Bardic Knowledge, Master Explorer, Surefooted, Trap Sense+4,
Thrilling Escape 1/day, Guardbreaker, Resourceful Disabler, Vigilant Combatant,
Left for Dead, Fortunate soul 1/day, Sneak Attack +3d6, Uncanny Dodge, Halfling Traits
Talents: Minor Magic, Major Magic, Trap Spotter
Feats: Combat Reflexes, Dodge, Mobility, spring Attack, 2-Weapon Fighting, Improved 2-
Weapon Fighting, Wind Stance
Spell like abilities: save DC 12
1/day – Change Self
Items: +3 Mithiral Shirt, 2 - +1 Returning Cold Iron Handaxes, Ring of Mind Shielding

Abyssal Ant Swarm – (pg. 65) – CE Dimmunitive Abberation ({swarm) CR:16
HP:150/150 20hd, AC:17 touch 11 , CMB+10, CMD:21, Base: +15, Initiative: +5

Custodian – (pg. 65) – Advanced Elite Bodak CR:14 CE Large Undead
HP:260/260 27hd, AC:23 touch 13 , CMB+21, CMD:35, Base: +13, Initiative: +8

Ancient Abyssal Ghoul – (pg. 67) – Advanced Abyssal Ghoul CR:12 CE Medium undead
HP:232/232 24hd, AC:27 touch 13 , CMB+19, CMD:32, Base: +12, Initiative: +7

Advanced Chasmes – (pg. 67) – CE Large Outsider CR:12
HP:110/110 13hd, AC:26 touch 12, CMB+19, CMD:32, Base: +13, Initiative: +3

Gorallons – (pg. 68) – Corrupted Advanced Girallon – Huge Aberration CR:14
HP:241/241 21hd, AC:26 touch 11 , CMB+33, CMD:46, Base: +21, Initiative: +3
Attack: 4 claws – Hit+25, Damage: 1d8+24+10vile, Critical: 19-20x2 (Power Attack)
Bite – Hit+23, Damage: 3d6+18+10 vile

Warden of the Well – (pg. 69) – Variant Retriever - CE Gargantuan Construct CR:17
HP:255/255 30hd, AC:25 touch 11, CMB+43, CMD:58, Base: +22, Initiative: +5
Attack: 4 claws – Hit+29, Damage: 4d6+31, Critical: 19-20x2 (Power Attack)

Varrangoin Berserkers – (pg. 71) – Rager Varrangoin 4th Level Barbarian CR:14 CE Magical Beast
HP:118/118 12HD, AC:21 touch:13, CMB+19, CMD:32, Base: +12, Initiative: +3
Str:24, Dex:17, Con:18, Int:10, Wis:12, Cha:10
Fort+12, Ref+10, Will+4 Move: 40ft, Fly: 50ft
Attack: 2 Claws - Hit+20, Damage:1d8+7, Crit: 20x2
Bite – Hit+17, Damage: 1d6+3, 20x2
Tail Sting – Hit+17, Damage: 1d4+3+Poison Fort DC 18 1d6 dex/1d6 dex
Rend – 2d4+7
Skills: Acrobatics+10, Perception +15, Stealth +8, Survival+8
Special: Darkvision 60ft, DR 10/Cold Iron, DR 3/-, Resist Acid, Cold, Electricity, Fire 10, SR 22
Extra Move of Standard Action each round, Light Sensitivity, Trap Sense+1,
Greater Rage – 8 rounds +6 str/+6con/+3will, -2 AC – Rage Power: Increased DR 4/-
Feats: Flyby Attack, Improved Natural Attack, Multiattack, Power Attack, Snatch, Weapon Focus
Spell like abilities: save DC + spell level CL 8th
2/day – Dispel Magic, Fear
Raging:
HP:154/154 12HD, AC:19 touch:11, CMB+22, CMD:35, Base: +12, Initiative: +3
Str:30, Dex:17, Con:24, Int:10, Wis:12, Cha:10
Fort+15, Ref+10, Will+7 Move: 40ft, Fly: 50ft
Attack: 2 Claws - Hit+23, Damage:1d8+10, Crit: 20x2
Bite – Hit+20, Damage: 1d6+5, 20x2
Tail Sting – Hit+20, Damage: 1d4+5+Poison Fort DC 18 1d6 dex/1d6 dex
Rend – 2d4+10

Nightwing – (pg. 73) – Huge Undead CE Outsider
HP:169/169 17HD, AC: 30 touch 12 , CMB+, CMD:, Base: +8, Initiative: +8
Str:31, Dex:18, Con:-, Int:18, Wis:20, Cha:18
Fort+9, Ref+11, Will+17 Move: 20ft, Fly:60ft
Attack: Bite - Hit+18, Damage:2d6+17, Crit: 19-20x2 + Magic Drain Reach:15ft
Skills: Diplomacy+6, Perception +25, Sense Motive+25, Spellcraft+24, Stealth +16, Survival+5
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Lightsensitivity, DR 15/Silver, Immune to Cold, SR27, Telepathy 100ft,
Summon Undead (1d8+4 Shadows or 1d3+1 Greater Shadows or 1 Dread Wraith – arrive in 1d10 rounds, Desecration Aura, Magic Drain – touch attack fort DC 22 or lose an enhancement bonus
Feats: Combat Reflexes, Dodge, Flyby Attack, Great Fortitude, Improved Critical, Improved
Initiative, Toughness, Spell Penetration, Greater Spell Penetration
Spell like abilities: save DC 14+ spell level Caster Level 18th
At Will – Contagion, Deeper Darkness, Detect Magic, Haste, See Invisible, Unholy Blight
3/day – Confusion, Greater Dispel Magic, Hold Monster, Invisibility
1/day – Cone of Cold, Finger of Death, Plane Shift

Keeper of Ahzu – (pg. 74) – Male Arcanist Varragoin Lich 5th Evocater CE Undead CR16
HP:101/101 13HD, AC: 33 touch 20, CMB+12, CMD:28, Base: +11, Initiative: +6
Str:12, Dex:22, Con:-, Int:22, Wis:17, Cha:16
Fort+10, Ref+13, Will+12 Move: 30ft, Fly:60ft
Attack: 2 Claws - Hit+12, Damage:1d8+1, Crit: 20x2
Bite – Hit+10, Damage: 1d6+1, 20x2
Tail Sting – Hit+10, Damage: 1d4+1+Poison Fort DC 18 1d6 dex/1d6 dex
Or
Force Misslie – Auto Hit, Damage: 1d4+6 (9x per day)
Skills: Intimidate+19, Know (Arcana)+19, Know (History)+14, Know (the Planes)+19,
Perception +11, Sense Motive+8, Spellcraft+23, Stealth +25
Special: Darkvision 60ft,DR 15/Cold Iron or Bludgeoning, Resist Acid, Electricity, Fire 10, SR 22,
Immune to Cold and 1st – 3rd level spells, Fear Aura – 60ft, Light Sensitivity
Intense Spells - +6 to damage for Evocation Spells,
Feats: Allied Spellcaster, Craft Wand, Multiattack, Scribe Scroll, Spell Focus (Evocation),
Spell Focus (Necromancy), Craft Wondrous Item, Extend Spell, Spell Penetration
Spell like abilities: save DC + spell level Caster Level 13th
2/day – Dispel Magic
1/day – Arcane Eye, Flesh to Stone, Mirror Image, Baleful Polymorph, Polymorph,
Elemental Wall (Fire, Acid, Cold, Electricity) for 13 rounds
Spells: DC 16+spell level Touch + Prohibited: Conjuration & Enchantment
DC 17+level for Necromancy & Evocation
7th – (1+1) Mage’s Sword, Finger of Death
6th –(3+1) Chain Lighting, Forceful Hand, Greater Dispel Magic, Mislead,
5th – (4+1) Cone of Cold, Wall of Force, Waves of Fatigue, Pain Strike Mass, Suffocation
4th –(5+1) Fire Shield, Resilient Sphere, Shout, Enervation, Fear, Scrying
3rd – (5+1) Fireball, Lightning Bolt, Wind Wall, Slow, Vampiric Touch, Draconic Reservoir
2nd – (6+1) Scorching ray, Shatter, Cat’s Grace, Invisibility, Resist Energyx3
1st – (6+1) Burning Hands, Magic Missile x2, Ray of Enfeeblement x2, Shield,
Protection vs. Alignment
Item: Ring of Protection +4, Bracers of Armor +4, Tripart Amulet of the Hivemind

Lemorian Bloodscouts – (pg. 79) – Advanced Bar-Lgura 7th Ranger – CR 15
HP:191/191 19HD, AC:28 touch:16, CMB+25, CMD:43, Base: +19, Initiative: +7(+9)
Str:22, Dex:24, Con:21, Int:11, Wis:16, Cha:18
Fort+19, Ref+19, Will+13 Move: 40ft, Climb:20ft
Attack: 2 Claws - Hit+25, Damage:1d6+6, Crit: 20x2
Bite – Hit+20, Damage: 1d6+3, Crit: 20x2
Or (Rapid shot, Many Shot, Point Blank Shot)
+3 Seeking Composite Longbow – Hit+31/+31/+26/+21/+16, Damage: 1d8+11, Critical: 19-20x3
Skills: Acrobatics+14, Intimidate+16, Know (Nature)+10, Perception +18, Ride+25, Stealth +30,
Survival +13(+3 to track)
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Immune Electricity & Poison, Resist Acid, Cold, Fire 10, SR 16,
DR 10 Good or Cold Iron, Wild Empathy, Favored Terrain – Urban +2 Initative
1st Favored Enemy (Evil Outsider) +4, 2nd Favored Enemy (Humans) +2
Feats: Endurance, Point Blank Shot, Precise Shot, Improved Critical, Mounted Archery, Mounted
Combat, Stealthy, Weapon Focus, Trick Riding, Mounted Skirmisher, Rapid Shot, Many Shot
Spell like abilities: save DC 14+ spell level 6th Level Caster
At Will – Darkness, Cause Fear, Dispel Magic, Teleport, See Invisibility, Telekinesis
2/day – Disguise Self, Invisibility, Major Image
Spells: DC 13+spell level 4th level Caster
2nd – (1) Barkskin (+2 nat AC)
1st –(2)Resist Energy, Longstrider
Items: +3 Seeking Composite Longbow (+6str), Mithiral Shirt, 40 Cold Iron Arrows,
Greater Bracers of Archery

Retriever – (pg 79) - Bestiary pg 234

Chokesnake – (pg. 82) – tiny CE Outsider CR:5 or +1 host
HP:39/39 6hd, AC:24 touch 18 CMB+8, CMD:24, Base: +6, Initiative: +10

Shami-Amourae – (pg. 84) – Lady of Debased Eros (Minor Demon Lord) CE Medium Outsider
HP:319/319 22HD, AC:40 touch:31, CMB+28, CMD:44, Base: +22, Initiative: +11

As a side please mention anything that you think is out of line or that I missed, always like to improve upon things. I hope you like my changes to Red Shroud, I think it adds such nice flavor and makes her rather badass all around.


I cannot thank you enough for this, Sol. I appreciate that you took the time to convert all this and then took even more time to post it here for us to use. My hats off to you.


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Dungeon 149 - "Enemies of my Enemy":

Spoilers:

Dungeon #149 – Savage Tide – Enemies of my Enemy

Arcanaloth Yugoloths – (pg. 46) – NE Medium outsider, CR17
HP:243/243 18hd, AC:35 touch 20, CMB+23, CMD:43, Base: +18, Initiative: +14
Additional Feats: Spell Penetration, Greater Spell Penetration

Iggwilv – (pg. 50) – Female Human 24th Wizard/6th level Archmage
HP:344/344 30hd, AC:53 touch 28, CMB+15, CMD:31, Base: +15, Initiative: +8
Additional Feats: Spell Penetration, Greater Spell Penetration, Greater Spell Focus: Necromancy

Replace Bodaks (12) on pg.53 with Greater Shadows (12)

Lestra & Orbenet – (pg. 54) – Female Fiendish Death Giant, Huge CR:18
HP:241/241 23hd, AC:38 touch 10 , CMB+31, CMD:42, Base: +17, Initiative: +8
Additional Feats: Toughness, Gang-up, Precise Strike

Lertyck Trumbel – (pg. 55) – Male Crawling Head, Huge Undead CR:20
HP:376/376 28hd, AC:12 touch 8 , CMB+33, CMD:41, Base: +21, Initiative: +6
Fort+11, Reflex+9, Will+20
Attack: Bite - Hit+30, Damage:2d6+10, Crit: 19-20x2 – Vorpal
4 Tentacles - +24, Damage: 1d9+5, Crit:20x2
Additional Feats: Greater Spell Penetration, Critical focus, Great Fortitude, Lightning Reflexes

Orcus – (pg. 56) – Prince of Undead CE Large Outsider – CR 32
HP:738/738 36hd, AC:55 touch 17 , CMB+52, CMD:70, Base: +36, Initiative: +12
Additional Feats: Quicken Spell, Arcane Strike (+5 dam), Combat Casting, Improved Counterspell, Enlarge Spell

Sir Andros Fearnaught – (pg. 58) – Tulani Eladrin, CG Medium Outsider CR:18
HP:189/189 36hd, AC:36 touch 16, CMB+23, CMD:39, Base: +18, Initiative: +10
Additional Feats: Trick Riding, Mounted Skirmisher

Wanderer – (pg. 59) – Male Celestial Legendary Horse CR:8
HP:243/243 18hd, AC:19 touch 11, CMB+22, CMD:34, Base: +13, Initiative: +2
Attack: 2 Hooves - Hit+22, Damage:3d6+9, Crit:20x2
Additional Feats: Greater Overrun, Weapon Focus: Hoof

Moon Dogs – (pg. 59) – NG Medium Outsider CR:12
HP:49/49 9hd, AC:20 touch 13, CMB+12, CMD:24, Base: +9, Initiative: +6

Celeste – (pg.619) – Female Ghaele Azata 5th Bard/7th Mystic Theurge CR20
HP:293/293 22HD, AC:36 touch:16, CMB+19, CMD:31, Base: +19, Initiative: +2
Str:22, Dex:15, Con:25, Int:18, Wis:20, Cha:31
Fort+22, Ref+16, Will+24 Move: 50ft, Fly: 150ft (perfect)
Attack: +4 Dancing Greatsword - Hit+30/+25/+20/+15, Damage:2d6+10, Crit: 17-20x2
Or
2 Light Rays – Hit+21, Damage: 2d12, Range:300ft (Ignores DR)
Skills: Diplomacy+43, Escape Artist+18, Fly+25, Handle Animal+31, Know (Nature)+19,
Know (the Planes)+21, Know (nobility)+13, Know (Religion)+17, Know (Arcana)+16, Perception +35, Perform (Sing)+31, Sense Motive+34, Spellcraft+12, Stealth +25
Special: Immune Electricity, Petrification, Resist Cold, fire 10, DR10/Cold Iron & Evil, SR25
Gaze – Slay Evil 5HD or less, Non-evil or Evil of 5HD+ DC 18 or Shaken for 2d10 rounds
Bardic Knowledge, Bardic Performance, Countersong, Distraction, Fascinate,
Inspire Courage+2, Inspire Competence+2, Versatile Performance, Well-Versed,
Lore Mater 1/day, Combined Spells (1st-4th)
Feats: Combat Casting, Combat Expertise, Dodge, Improved disarm, Improved Trip, Weapon
Focus, Alertness, Arcane Strike (+5), Improved Critical, Greater Disarm, Power Attack, Arcane Shield, Disarming Strike
Spell like abilities: save DC 15+ spell level, Caster Level 13th
Constant – Detect Evil, Holy Aura, See Invisibility
At Will – Aid, Charm monster, Continual Flame, Cure Light Wounds, Dancing Lights,
Detect Thoughts, Disguise Self, Dispel Magic, Hold Monster, Greater Invisibility, Major Image, Greater Teleport
3/day – Globe of Invulnerability
1/day – Chain Lightning, Prismatic Spray, Wall of Force
Clerical Spells: DC 15+spell level Touch + Caster Level 20th
9th – (4) Gate, Mass Heal, Miracle, True Resurrection
8th – (4) Holy Aura, Greater Spell Immunity, Discern Location, Fire Storm
7th – (4) Holy Word, Greater Restoration, Greater Scrying, Word of Chaos
6th –(4) Banishment, Heal, Blade Barrier, Undeath to Death
5th – (5) Flamestrike, Raise Dead, True Seeing, Hallow, Greater Command
4th –(5) Death Ward, Dismissal, Divine Power, Restoration, Dimensional Anchor
3rd – (5) Cure Serious Wounds (3), Searing Light (2)
2nd – (5) Aid (2), Align Weapon, Bear’s Endurance, Lesser Restoration (2)
1st – (6) Bless, Command, Divine Favor, Obscuring Mist, Sanctuary, Shield of Faith
Bardic Spells: DC 25+spell level Touch + Caster Level 12th
4th –(5) Break Enchantment, Legend Lore, Modify Memory, Zone of Silence
3rd – (6) Clairaudience/Clairvoyance, Daylight, Good Hope, Invisibility Sphere
2nd – (8) Alter Self, Animal Messenger, Blur, Cat’s Grace, Heroism
1st – (8) Alarm, Comprehend Languages, Hideous Laughter, Feather Fall, Sleep,
Undetectable Alignment
Items: +3 Mithiral Breastplate of Moderate Fortification, +4 Cold Iron Dancing Greatsword,
Ring of Charisma +6, Amulet of Health +4, Boots of Speed

Redfang, Gnawer of Darkness – (pg.64) – Male Elite Tarn Linnorm, CE Colossal Dragon CR:22
HP:535/535 22HD, AC: 44 touch:10, CMB+51, CMD:71, Base: +22, Initiative: +12
Str:50, Dex:26, Con:42, Int:12, Wis:24, Cha:30
Fort+28, Ref+21, Will+20 Move: 40ft, Fly: 100ft, Swim: 80ft
Attack: 2 Bites - Hit+34, Damage:3d8+20+Poison, Crit: 19-20x2
Poison: Fort DC 37, 1/rd for 10 rounds, cure: 3 conseq, Dam: 6d6 Acid + 1d8 Con
2 Claws – Hit+34, Damage:2d6+20, Crit:20x2
Tail – Hit+29, Damage:3d6+10, Crit:20x2 + Grab
Or
Breath Weapon – 120ft Line or 60ft Cone of Acid, Damage: 22d8, DC 37 for ½ dam,
next round DC 37 Fort or take 2d6 str damage
(It can breath and make 1 bite, or do 2 breaths in 1 round)
Skills: Fly+25, Perception +40, Stealth +17, Swim+54
Special: Darkvision 120ft, Freedom of Movement, Death Curse DC 31, True Seeing,
All-Around Vision (no Flanking), Scent, SR 31
Immune to: Acid, Curse Effect, Flanking, Mind-Affecting Effects, Paralysis, Poison, & Sleep
Feats: Awesome Blow, Blind-Fight, Combat Reflexes, Improved Bull Rush, Improved Critical,
Improved Initiative, Improved Overrun, Improved Vital Strike, Furious Focus, Power Attack, Vital Strike
Power Attack:
Bite - Hit+34, Damage:3d8+32+Poison, Crit: 19-20x2
Bite - Hit+28, Damage:3d8+32+Poison, Crit: 19-20x2
2 Claws – Hit+28, Damage:2d6+32, Crit:20x2
Tail – Hit+23, Damage:3d6+22, Crit:20x2 + Grab

Gwynharwyf, The Whirling Fure – (pg.66) – Female CR Medium Outsider CR:26
HP:377/377 26hd, AC:47 touch:35, CMB+38, CMD:55, Base: +26, Initiative: +11
Attack: +4 Holy Scimitar - Hit+40/+35/+30/+25, Damage:1d6+15+2d6 Holy, Crit:15-20x2
+2 Holy Banishing Scimitar – Hit:+38/+33/+28, Damage: 1d6+15+2d6 Holy, Crit:15-20
Additional Feats: Weapon Focus, Improved Critical, Double Slice

Malcanthet – (pg. 70) – Female CE Medium outsider CR:28
HP:429/429 33hd, AC:50 touch:38, CMB+41, CMD:67, Base: +33, Initiative: +11
Additional Feats: Greater Disarm, Greater Feint, Greater Trip, Tripping Strike

Crimson – (pg. 72) – Radiant Sister of Malcanthet, Female Lilitu – 12th Bard, CE Medium outsider
HP:235/235 26HD, AC:38 touch:24, CMB+33, CMD:50, Base: +23, Initiative: +10
Str:14, Dex:30, Con:21, Int:20, Wis:20, Cha:38
Fort+18, Ref+27, Will+22 Evasion Move: 40ft,
Attack: +2 Vorpal Whip Dagger - Hit+36/+31/+26/+21, Damage:1d6+4, Crit:19-20x2 (behead)
Claw – Hit+31, Damage: 1d6+1, Critical:20x2
4 Stingers – Hit+31, Damage: 1d4+1+Poison (fort DC21, 1d6 Wis, 10 rnds, 2 saves cure)
Skills:Bluff+45, Diplomacy+49, Disguise+31, Heal+22, Intimidate+49, Know (Religion)+34,
Perform (Sing)+43, Perform (Strings)+43, Perception +34, Sense Motive+34, Stealth +40,
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Telepathy 100ft, Immune to Electricity & Poison, Resist Acid, Cold, Fire
10, SR 23, DR10 Cold iron or Good, Weakness: Divine Magic (-2 saves, +4 to overcome her SR), Halo, Lilitu’s Gift, Mock Divinity, Item Use, Shroud Alignment, Temptaion
Feats: Combat Reflexes, Dark Speech, Disguise Spell, Greater Spell Focus, Multiattack,
Persuasive, Quicken Spell-Like Ability, Spell Focus, Weapon Finesse, Weapon Focus, Agile Maneuvers, Combat Expertise, Improved Disarm
Spells & Spell Like – see pg. 72
Items: +4 Glammered Leather Armor, +2 Vorpal whip Dagger, Ring of Evasion,
Ring of Protection +4, Gloves of Storing (2), Golden Heart worth 2,500gp

Gorgant, The Two-Faced – (pg. 76) – Aspect of Demogorgon, CE Large Outsider CR:19
HP:348/348 24hd, AC:38 touch:13, CMB+35, CMD:49, Base: +24, Initiative: +8
Additional Feats: Greater Sunder, Critical Focus, Crippling Critical

Aspect of Obox-Ob – (pg. 77) – CE Huge Outside CR:22
HP:455/455 26hd, AC:41 touch:11, CMB+36, CMD:49, Base: +26, Initiative: +7
Additional Feats: Critical Focus, Sickening Critical, Quicken Spell-Like (Greater Dispel Magic,
Creeping Doom)

Major Enderan – (pg. 78) – Unique Demon, CE Large outsider CR:19
HP:341/341 22hd, AC:38 touch:10, CMB+32, CMD:43, Base: +22, Initiative: +1
Additional Feats: Trick Riding, Mounted Skirmisher, Quicken Spell Like (Cone of Cold)

Lemorian Lancers – (pg. 79) – Male Stone Giant Juju Zombie – 5th Fighter, Large Undead, CR:15
HP:202/202 19hd, AC:37 touch:10, CMB+29, CMD:42, Base: +15, Initiative: +3
+2 to hit/damage with Lance (weapon Training I)

Bodak Tyrannosaurus – (pg. 79) – Advanced Bodak Tyrannosaurus, CE Huge Undead, CR:14
HP:252/252 24hd, AC:25 touch:11 , CMB+31, CMD:44, Base: +18, Initiative: +3
Additional Feats: Toughness x2, Run, Improved Critical (Bite)

General Bagromar – (pg.82) – Clone of Hethradiah, CE Huge Outsider CR:23
HP:499/499 27hd, AC:48 touch:11, CMB+43, CMD:61, Base: +27, Initiative: +12
Additional Feats: Wind Stance, Lightning Stance, Power Attack, Stunning Assault (DC:37)

Charon – (pg.834) – NE Medium Outsider CR:22
HP:465/465 30hd, AC:42 touch:29, CMB+35, CMD:54, Base: +30, Initiative: +13
Additional Feats: Greater 2-Weapon Fighting, Double Slice, Quicken Spell-Like (Haste,
Death Knell)
Stygian Linnorm – (pg. 85) – Ne Gargantuan Dragon CR:16
HP:261/261 18hd, AC:33 touch:6, CMB+35, CMD:45, Base: +18, Initiative: +0
Additional Feats: Toughness

I must admit to being a bit lazy with the stat blocks for some of the epic/godly/planar powers. I could have tried to stat them out all Paizoy, but that would rob them of their epicness (something that is kinda cool to have them still have, as there is no Epic in Pathfinder and thus they are extra special and way out there compared to the players experiences and rules), and also it is kinda unnecessary. If the players pic fights with any of these planar powers, they are kinda going to get their butts kicked.

I think Celeste turned out pretty cool though. It was fun, in my Age of Worms Campaign (set 20 years before my Savage Tide AP), one of the players, a Paladin of Hextor (we were still in Greyhawk/3.5 as it was all pre-Pathfinder), had a set of twins with Celeste. Each of them took one of the twins to raise. So I figure I will add in the twin in that encounter.


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Dungeon 150 - "Prince of Demons":

Spoilers:

I think this powered up Kargoth nicely, making him the real badass that he should be for such an epic ending adventure (but nothing more then an appetizer for whats to come with the big of Prince in the room next door). I also think Ulu-Thurg works better, stealing items and working with the other war-apes, ganging up on foes.

I did change most of Kargoth's spells and abilities to allow anti-law direction as well as anti-good. I did this mostly because the palyer group I am running STAP with is all LN/CN alignments, and so anti-good stuff is wasted on them.

Dungeon #150 – Savage Tide – Prince of Demons

Replace Ghaele and Bralani Eladrin on Pg. 69 with Ghaele and Bralani Azata from Beastiary

Ulu-Thurg – (pg. 71) – Advanced Bar-Lgura 4th Sorcerer/10th Arcane Trickster, CE Large Outsider CR21
HP:338/338 28HD, AC: +2 touch , CMB+34, CMD:48, Base: +21, Initiative: +4
Str:34, Dex:18, Con:27, Int:16, Wis:12, Cha:24
Fort+21, Ref+21, Will+19 Move: 40ft, Reach 10ft
Attack: +3 Vicious Spear - Hit+36/+31/+26/+21, Damage:2d6+23+vicious, Crit:20x3
Bite – Hit+25, Damage: 2d6+11+Poison fort DC20 1/rd for 6 rnds – 1 con
Skills: Bluff+20, Climb+20,Disable Decive+9, Disguise+10, Escape Artist+10, Intimidate+10,
Know (Arcana)+4, Know (the Planes)+4, Perception +24, Sleight of Hand+25, Spellcraft+10, Stealth +40, Use Magic Device+10
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Immune Electricity & Poison, Resist Fire, Acid, Cold 10,
DR10 Cold Iron or Good, SR 16, Pounce, Sneak Attack 5d6,Abducation, Summon Demon
Ranged Legerdemain (30ft), Impromptu Sneak Attack 2/day, Trickey Spells (Silent/Still)
5/day, Add Sneak Attack to Spells
Serpants Fang – Bite Attack, Serpentfriend – Speak with Reptiles, Snakeskin,
Feats: Dodge, Improved Critical, Power Attack, Mobility, Spring Attack, Weapon Focus, Gang-up,
Precise Strike, Outflank, Improved Steal, Greater Steal, Disruptive Spell (DC as per spell + spell being cast level), Arcane Shield, Quicken Spell Like Ability (Teleport), Stealthy, Deft Hands
Spell like abilities: save DC + spell level
At Will – Darkness, Cause Fear, Dispel Magic, Teleport, See Invisibility, Telekinesis
3/day – Quicken Greater Teleport
2/day – Disguise Self, Invisibility, Major Image
1/day – Quicken Greater Invisible for 10rounds (non-consecutive)
Spells: DC 17+spell level Touch + Serpentine Bloodline 14th Level Caster
7th – (4) Summon Monster VII (Reptiles), Prismatic Spray
6th –(6) Mass Suggestion, Mass Bear’s Endurance, Disintegrate
5th – (7) Hold Monster, Waves of Fatigue, Feeblemind, Cloudkill
4th –(7) Poison, Shout, Stoneskin, Dimensional Anchor, Phantasmal Killer
3rd – (8) Summon Monster III, Haste, Ray of Exhaustion, Slow, Hold Person
2nd –(8)Delay Poison, Bull’s Strength, Mirror Image, Glitterdust, Detect Thoughts, BLur
1st – (8) Hypnotic, Mage Armor, Magic Missile, Ray of Enfeeble, Shield, Protect vs. Law
Items: Ring of Protection +3, Ring of Chameleon Power, Heartsipper (+3 Viscious Spear),
Badge of Passage, Belt of Physical Might (+2 con/dex), Circlet of +6 Charisma

War Ape Brutes – (pg. 72) – Awakened Advanced Fiendish Dire Ape - 9th Warrior CR:16
HP:212/212 25hd, AC:22 touch:11, CMB+30, CMD:42, Base: +21, Initiative: +2
Additional Feats : Gang-up, Precise Strike, Outflank

General Tetradarian – (pg.73) – Clone of Aameul, CE Huge Outsider CR:23
HP:499/499 27hd, AC:48 touch:11, CMB+43, CMD:61, Base: +27, Initiative: +12
Additional Feats: Wind Stance, Lightning Stance, Power Attack, Stunning Assault (DC:37)

War Secretary-General Gromsfed the Drowned – (pg. 74) – CE Huge Klurichir 4th Warchief CR22
HP:423/423 24HD, AC:38 touch:10, CMB+40, CMD:52, Base: +23, Initiative: +2
Additional Feats : Critical Mastery, Power Attack, Furious Focus

Chasme Sentinels – (pg.78) –Advanced Chasmes CE Large Outsider CR:12
HP:110/110 13hd, AC:26 touch: 12, CMB+19, CMD:32, Base: +13, Initiative: +7
Additional Feats : Improved Initiative

Nabassus – (pg. 79) – CE Medium Outsider CR:15
HP:202/202 15hd, AC:35 touch:19, CMB+24, CMD:39, Base: +15, Initiative: +9
Additional Feats : Quicken Spell-Like Ability – 3/day – Quicken Enervation

Ghast Archers – (pg.79) – Troglodyte Ghast 10th Fighter – CE Medium Undead CR:13
HP:171/171 14hd, AC:28 touch: 15, CMB+19, CMD:35, Base: +12, Initiative: +6
Attack: Bite - Hit+23, Damage:1d6+9+ Ghoul Fever & Paralysis, Crit:19-20x2 + 2 Claws
2 Claws - Hit+16, Damage:1d6+5+Paralysis, Crit:20x2
Or
+2 Composite Longbow – Hit+26 or +24/+24/+19/+14, Dam:1d8+13, Crit:19-20x3
Additional Feats : Improved Critical (bite), Rapidshot
Special: Weapon Training 2 (+2/+2 Natural, +4/+4 Longbow),

Captain Urbala – (pg.80) –Advanced elite Herzou, CE Huge Outsider CR:19
HP:341/341 22hd, AC:36 touch:9, CMB+33, CMD:44, Base: +22, Initiative: +5
Additional Feats : Dodge, Mobility, Spring Attack

General Ghorvash – (pg.82) – Male Glabrezu, 7th Level Mortal Hunter, CE Huge Outsider CR:20
HP:339/339 19hd, AC:36 touch:9, CMB+35, CMD:46, Base: +19, Initiative: +5
Additional Feats : Toughness, Improved Initiative

Vanthus Vanderboren – (pg.84) – Male Larva, NE Medium outsider CR:1
HP:2/45 2HD, AC:16 touch:15, CMB+3, CMD:16, Base: +2, Initiative: +7
Additional Feats : Improved Initiative

St. Kargoth the Betrayer – (pg.86) – Male Half-Fiend Human Death Knight – 18th Level Anti-Paladin, CE
HP:351/351 18HD, AC:43 touch:16, CMB+31, CMD:45, Base: +18, Initiative: +4
Str:36, Dex:18, Con:-, Int:16, Wis:18, Cha:36
Fort+37, Ref+23, Will+28 Move: 30ft, Fly:30ft
Attack: +5 Longsword - Hit+37/+32/+27/+22, Damage:1d8+18+2d6 vs Law, Crit: 17-20x2 vorpal
Or
Channel Smite +5 Longsword - Hit+37/+reg, Damage:1d8+18+9d6+2d6 vs Law, 11/day
Or
Channel Smite + Smite Law Longsword – Hit+50/+45/+40/+35, Dam:1d8+36+11d6–7/dy
Or
Power Attack Channel Smite Law – Hit+45/+40/+35/+30, Dam:1d8+46+11d6 – 7/day
Or
Power Attack +5 Longsword - Hit+32/+27/+22/+17, Damage:1d8+28+2d6 vs Law
And
Touch of Corruption – Touch Attack+31, Damage:10d6+13+1 con+Cruelty,DC32 - 22/day
Or
Demorgorgon’s Bilbous Sphere - +31 – Damage:1d8+13+1d6 acid
Or none of the above, instead:
Abyssal Blast – 20ft Radius, Range: 1,120ft, Damage: 18d6 (½ fire, ½ divine), DC 32 Ref
Skills: Bluff+16, Diplomacy+23, Handle Animal+21, Intimidate+36, Know (religion)+13,
Know (The Planes)+7, Ride+25, Perception +4, Stealth +26
Special: Darkvision 60ft, Resist Fire 10, Immune: Cold, Electricity, Acid, Polymorph, SR 28
Smite Law/Good 7/day +13 to hit/+18 damage, Aura of Evil, Detect Good/Law, Touch of
Corruption 22/day – 9d6, Unholy Resilience, Aura of Cowardice, Plague Bringer, Channel Negative energy 9d6 - 11/day, Fiendish Boom, Aura of Despair, Aura of Vengence, Aura of Sin, Aura of Depravity, DR 15/Cold Iron & Good
Cruelty – add to Touch of Corruption – Fatigued, Staggered 18rnds, Bestow Curse,
Exhausted, Blinded 18rnds, Stunned 4 rnds, DC32
Feats: Power Attack, Weapon Focus, Improved Critical, Critical Focus, Blinding Critical,
Channel Smite, Strike-Back, Step-up, Following Step, Step-up and Strike, Two-Weapon
Fighting
Spell like abilities: save DC 23+ spell level Caster Level: 18th
3/day – Darkness, Unholy Aura, Poison
1/day – Blasphemy, Contagion, Desecrate, Horrid Wilting, Summon Monster I, Summon
Monster IX, Unhallow, Unholy Blight
Spells: DC 23+spell level Touch + Caster Level: 15th
4th –(5) – Dispel Good, Dispel Law, Slay Living (12d6+15), Resounding Blow
3rd – (5) – Deeper Darkness, Dispel Magic, Inflict Moderate Wounds (2d8+10), Nondetect
2nd – (6) – Darkness, Hold Person x2, Invisibility, Silence, Blindness/Deafness
1st – (8) – Doom x2, Protect vs. Law, Death Knell x2, Protect vs. Good, Read Magic, Bane
Items: +5 Improved Shadow Mithiral Full Plate, +3 Animated Heavy Steel Shield, +5 Anarchic Longsword, Demogrgon’s Bilious Sphere, Headband of Charisma +6, Amulet of Natural
Armor +4, ring of Protection +4, Boots of Speed, Belt of Physical Might +4 dex/str

Powered up St. Kargoth the Betrayer – (pg.86) – Resounding Blow, Unholy Aura, Haste, Dispel Law
HP:351/351 18HD, AC:44 touch:17, CMB+31, CMD:45, Base: +18, Initiative: +4
Str:36, Dex:18, Con:-, Int:16, Wis:18, Cha:36
Fort+37, Ref+24, Will+28 Move:60ft, Fly:30ft
Attack: +5 Longsword - Hit+38/+38/+33/+28/+23, Damage:1d8+18++1d6 sonic+2d6 vs Law
Or
Channel Smite +5 Longsword - Hit+38/+reg, Damage:1d8+18+9d6++1d6sonic+2d6 v Law
Or
Channel Smite + Smite Law Longsword – Hit+51/+46/+41/+36, Dam:1d8+36+11d6+1d6s
Or
Power Attack Channel Smite Law – Hit+46/+41/+36/+31, Dam:1d8+46+11d6+1d6 sonic
Or
Power Attack +5 Longsword - Hit+33/+28/+23/+18, Dam:1d8+28+1d6 sonic+2d6 v Law
And
Touch of Corruption – Touch Attack+32, Damage:10d6+13+1 con+Cruelty,DC32 - 22/day
Or
Demorgorgon’s Bilbous Sphere - +32 – Damage:1d8+13+1d6 acid
Or none of the above, instead:
Abyssal Blast – 20ft Radius, Range: 1,120ft, Damage: 18d6 (½ fire, ½ divine), DC 32 Ref
Skills: Bluff+16, Diplomacy+23, Handle Animal+21, Intimidate+36, Know (religion)+13,
Know (The Planes)+7, Ride+25, Perception +4, Stealth +26

Nulonga – (pg.87) – Male Old Human 10th Sorcerer/10th Thrall of Demogorgon, CE CR:20
HP:71/71 20hd, AC:23 touch:23, CMB+13, CMD:21, Base: +15, Initiative: -2,
Staff of Necromancy – Caster Level 14th, DC:18+spell Level
Abyssal Bloodline
Additional Special: Claws, Resist Electricity 10,
Additional Feats : Empower Spell, Spell Penetration, Greater Spell Penetration
Additional Spells: Cause Fear, Bull’s Strength, Rage, Stoneskin

Ancient Worm – (pg.89) – Advanced Elite Fiendish Mottled Worm CR:20
HP:528/528 32hd, AC:22 touch:5, CMB+48, CMD:57, Base: +32, Initiative: -1
Additional Feats : Greater Bull Rush (CMB+52), Power Attack, Toughness, Impr Nat Armor x2

Nulonga as Vanthus – (pg.90) – Male Old Human 10th Sorcerer/10th Thrall of Demogorgon, CE CR:20
HP:251/251 20hd, AC:19 touch:9, CMB+14, CMD:23, Base: +15, Initiative: +3
Abyssal Bloodline
Additional Special: Claws
Additional Feats : Empower Spell, Spell Penetration, Greater Spell Penetration
Additional Spells: Cause Fear, Bull’s Strength, Rage, Stoneskin

Arendagrost – (pg.99) – CE Gargantuan Outsider - CR:23
HP:487/487 25HD, AC:42, touch:6, CMB+43, CMD:30, Base: +25, Initiative: +8
Additional Feats: Improved Initiative, Greater Bull Rush

Demogorgon – (pg.91) – CE Huge Outsider, CR:33
HP:869/869 37HD, AC:59 touch:19, CMB+55, CMD:77, Base: +37, Initiative: +11
Str:42, Dex:32, Con:46, Int:30, Wis:26, Cha:32
Fort+42, Ref+35, Will+32 Move: 50ft, Fly:60ft, Swim:50ft
Attack: 2 Tentacles - Hit+56, Damage:2d6+21+rot, Critical:20x2 Reach:15ft
Rot – DC 46, 1d8 Con +2 per hour – Remove Disease Cures DC30 Caster Check
2 Bites - Hit+54, Damage:3d6+13, Critical:20x2
Tail Slap - Hit+54, Damage:2d6+13+Energy Drain 1d6, Critical:20x2
Power Attack: 2 Tentacles - Hit+46, Damage:2d6+41+rot, Critical:20x2 Reach:15ft
2 Bites - Hit+44, Damage:3d6+33, Critical:20x2
Tail Slap - Hit+44, Damage:2d6+33+Energy Drain 1d6, Critical:20x2
Skills: Acrobatics+51, Bluff+51, Diplomacy+59, Intimidate+55, Know (Arcana)+50, Know 3
(history)+50, Know (nature)+50, Know (the Planes)+50, Perception +48, Sense Motive+48, Spellcraft+54, Stealth +43, Swim+64
Special: Darkvision 60ft, True Seeing, Telepathy 300ft, Fast Healing 20, DR20/Cold Iron, Epic &
Good, Immune: Electricity, Petrification, & Poison, Resist: Acid, Cold, Fire 10, SR46
Dual Action, Gaze, Summon Demon, Symbol, Item Master, Rot,
Feats: Combat Expertise, Combat Reflexes, Dark Speech, Dodge, Improved Bull rush, Improved
Initiative, Toughness, Mobility, Multiattack, Power Attack, Quicken Spell-Like Ability (Greater Dispel Magic, Feeblemind, Mass Critical), Spring Attack, Improved Natural Attack (Tentacles), Improved Natural Attack (Bite), Lunge, Whirlwind Attack
Spell like abilities: save DC + spell level Caster Level 25th
Constant – Fly, Unholy Aura, Greater Magic Fang (+5)
At Will – Astral Projection, Blasphemy, Charm Monster, Contagion, Desecrate, Detect
Good, Detect Law, Fly, Greater Dispel Magic, Greater Magic Fang, Greater Teleport, Plane Shift, Project Image, Shapechange, Telekinesis, Unhallow, Unholy Aura, Unholy Blight, Mass Inflict Critical Wounds (4d8+25)
3/day – Quickened Feeblemind, Quickened Greater Dispel Magic, Gate, Heal, Power
Word Stun, Quickened Mass Inflict Critical Wounds
1/day – Dominate Monster, Weird

So that is everything. I hope some folks find this all useful. It took a bit of time, but it was nothing that I didn't have to do already for my campaign. As a side I totally recommend Age of Worms, I think it is an awesome Adventure Path. Looking forward to sinking my teeth into the Pathfinder AP's once this is all done (my players are still only on Dungeon 145, and so we probably have at least until Summer time, till the campaign runs it's course and I end up using the stats in the spoiler above).

As always, critique and thoughts are ever so welcome. And a huge thanks goes out to the Paizo staff for writing such amazing material!


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Excellent work! Some questions: where did you place your Isle of Dread and why did you not replace the Seventh Coil with Red Mantis Assassins?


Cesare wrote:
Excellent work! Some questions: where did you place your Isle of Dread and why did you not replace the Seventh Coil with Red Mantis Assassins?

So I set up a map for where the isle of dread was, by photoshopping the map of Golarion and the isle of Dread map, found in the 3rd adventure module (as I recall). I tried to make the maps representative of what would be well known territory to the players, thus the large whited out areas. Here is a link to the maps I made:

Map 1.

Map 2.

Map 3.

As far as the Seventh Coil and the Mantis:

Spoilers:
I thought a lot about that. I on one hand wanted to replace them, but also realized that this would cause me to have to rewrite large portions of the Scuttlecove adventure as the Seventh Coil are presented as worshipers of Demogorgon, something the Red Mantis clearly are not (the Red Mantis frankly come off as a LE organization, from their whole no killing kings bit, to how Ilizamagorti is presented in the campaign setting book).

I would have had to rewrite parts of the battle at the Crimson Fleets headquarters and also rewrite earlier parts that led to the whole direction of that adventure. In the end I went for the easy way out.

I left Scuttlecove as nasty as it is presented, really somewhat worse even at times, no going for the Ilizamagorti styled city (as presented in the Campaign Setting book) instead looking at Scuttlecove/Ilizamagorti as a much more chaotic, less centralized city, probably set up by a group of Ur-Priests (I love me some Ur-Priests, but some hate them, I get that, but I love em, so I wanted to keep em) who were related to the godlessness of Rahadoum (perhaps a group who took the anti-divine ideas to far, overly radical even for that nation), and who were a founding power in Scuttlecove/Ilizamagorti, who had combatative enough relations with the Red Mantis (and maybe this is why they all died mysteriously, for though they were rulers, they were also seeking to kill gods, perhaps a rogue Red Mantis even hired out the job, to a group of wannabe Demorgogn worshiping, snake-man assassins to kill the Ur-Priests, the same assassins who would later form the competition, the Seventh Coil, maybe), that the Mantis were not the sole rulers of the isle, thus allowing Demogorgon worshipers to also become a power, thus creating a unbalanced and decentralized power structure of Scuttlecove/Ilizamagorit, that is portrayed in the adventure backdrop.

Thus the Seventh Coil is a purification of this power struggle, in which a group of Demogorgon worshipers seek to usurp the corner on the assassination market that the Red Mantis hold, on the isle of their central power base!

Now you could argue that the Red Mantis would never put up with that and would wipe the demon worshipers out. But perhaps the Red Mantis are a subtle group, perhaps they don't want to rock the boat too much at home and start open war with the Seventh Coil and the Crimson Fleet. Perhaps they would prefer to see a group of foreigners, say...adventurers wipe out the Seventh Coil and upset the power structures in Scuttlecove/Ilizamagorti enough (by say killing the leadership of the Crimson Fleet) such that the Red Mantis can finally take full control of the city.

I don't know seems like a fun back story to the adventure, not that it matters much to the players who would never get more then a whiff of a rumor of all this as they cut huge swaths through that savage and depraved city.

Like I said though, before all that justification and inventive back story, I mostly choose to keep the Seventh Coil around because it was simpler and left the adventure more intact and required less change and rewriting.

What do you think about it and why would you change them to the Red Mantis and how (maybe post some rewritten encounters and replacement monsters, I would love to see them)?


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I love your maps! I wish I thought of extending the maps southward!

I made the Crimson Fleet a rival pirate fleet to the Shackles Pirates. I replaced the Seventh Coil with the Red Mantis, but I haven't got that far yet. (Fleshing out Scuttlecove/Illizmagorti that is)

Though, one of the PCs is the daughter of the dead captain in Kraken's Cove. She saw a Red Mantis assassin murder her father in front of her eyes, even while savage pirates were rampaging through her home. She travels with the party in thanks for saving her life, but her burning desire is to find the woman who killed her father...and end her life.

Consequently, from this bit of info, the PCs are operating under the assumption that the Red Mantis are working together to destroy the Hurricane Council.

My PCs are currently preparing for the Crimson Fleet invasion of Farshore and I am planning on having some Red Mantis be involved in the attack.


Thanks! I do try my best with making maps. It sounds like you dug a lot more into the Shackles then I did. I barely touched them in my campaign, preferring to go the lazy road and just wander off the map.

Good call with the PC being a daughter of the dead captain. Nice way to bring the PCs even more into the plot.


I've recently discovered the digital joy that is known as Hero Lab. I'm in the process of converting all of the Savage Tide bad guys in Hero Lab and putting together some new statblocks. I think that they are quite lovely. If you get a chance you should go check out Hero Lab.

Check it out!


TracerBullet42 wrote:
...I'm in the process of converting all of the Savage Tide bad guys in Hero Lab and putting together some new statblocks. I think that they are quite lovely....

If you would like to check out my work, clickety clickety.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
TracerBullet42 wrote:

I've recently discovered the digital joy that is known as Hero Lab. I'm in the process of converting all of the Savage Tide bad guys in Hero Lab and putting together some new statblocks. I think that they are quite lovely. If you get a chance you should go check out Hero Lab.

Check it out!

Excellent work! Too bad I didn't have these last year...


I did statblocks for The Bullywug Gambit, too.
Perhaps useful to you?.


You guys have been a great help for me as well, i am starting Savage Tide the Middle of May. I am using Hero Lab as well, Tracer, you have made my job much easier. I try to keep my campaigns very role playing since i seem to have trouble with game mechanics.Keep up the good work :)

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When I finish my STAP conversions, I'll post a Google docs link in here. I started converting with Serpents of Scuttlecove, so I don't have a lot of the earlier material.


Pikewolfgard wrote:
You guys have been a great help for me as well, i am starting Savage Tide the Middle of May. I am using Hero Lab as well, Tracer, you have made my job much easier. I try to keep my campaigns very role playing since i seem to have trouble with game mechanics.Keep up the good work :)

Glad to be of help! If you'd like, I could send you the Hero Lab portfolio files and you could just load them right in.

My group only plays once per month, but we're starting Sea Wyvern's Wake next month, so I'll get things statted up relatively soon. I'm making a fair amount of changes in that module, though, so not all of it will match up.

If you want me to email you the Hero Lab files, send me a message at TracerBullet42@gmail.com


Charlie Bell wrote:
When I finish my STAP conversions, I'll post a Google docs link in here. I started converting with Serpents of Scuttlecove, so I don't have a lot of the earlier material.

I'm currently playing STAP in PFRPG and I used PcGen 5.16.2 to convert a lot of monsters and NPC (where possible).

Does anyone used PcGen too?

Moreover, I'm finding that the SU paladine abilities "Aura of Justice" and "Aura of fatith" are real game-breakers.
Quite all the monsters encountered in the last 4 adventures have an awful DR "good", but it is easily overcomed by attacks from a well organized party staying near a 14th level Paladin.
Moreover, the group-smite ability allow to destroy quite everyone big villain in few rounds.

If the grour attack and then retreat, it has a quite infinite penetration capacity: in example Cold Captain Wyther (Serpent of Scuttlecove) was destroyed in just three round by the smite attacks of all the group and Gourghos DR was overcomed with irritant facility.

It seem to me that the paladin class in real unbalance the game.

Does anyone has the same experience? Some countermeasure to suggest?

Gian Luca

Grand Lodge RPG Superstar 2013 Top 16 , Star Voter 2013

By the time your group gets to Serpents of Scuttlecove, they had better have a reliable way of beating DR. My group had invested in holy weapons and oils of bless weapon. So I don't think the paladin's ability to help others beat DR is really unbalancing at that level.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

DR is one of the least concerns in PF, if you go by the official rules. A +3 weapon overcomes silver and cold iron DR, a +4 weapon overcomes adamantine and a +5 weapon overcomes alignment.

My players have routinely crushed encounters where DR was applied to their attacks. One thought he was using a +4 magic weapon when it just had magic aura on it, and smashed his way through a couple of golems and fire giant mummies. At 11th level.


Kain Darkwind wrote:
DR is one of the least concerns in PF, if you go by the official rules. A +3 weapon overcomes silver and cold iron DR, a +4 weapon overcomes adamantine and a +5 weapon overcomes alignment.

You know...I never noticed that rule. <SHAME>


Kain Darkwind wrote:
DR is one of the least concerns in PF, if you go by the official rules. A +3 weapon overcomes silver and cold iron DR, a +4 weapon overcomes adamantine and a +5 weapon overcomes alignment.

That's one PF rule with which I definitely _disagree_. There's absolutely no fluff/flavour in simply adding more pluses to a magical weapon. In my own campaigns, I've already houseruled back in the 3.5 rules for DR.


Bellona wrote:
Kain Darkwind wrote:
DR is one of the least concerns in PF, if you go by the official rules. A +3 weapon overcomes silver and cold iron DR, a +4 weapon overcomes adamantine and a +5 weapon overcomes alignment.
That's one PF rule with which I definitely _disagree_. There's absolutely no fluff/flavour in simply adding more pluses to a magical weapon. In my own campaigns, I've already houseruled back in the 3.5 rules for DR.

You can see it both sides : on the other hand, it cuts down on the "sword caddy" syndrome.

"Hmmm, Vrocks... Fetch me the cold iron 3, please."
<smack>
"Birdy !"


Kain Darkwind wrote:
DR is one of the least concerns in PF, if you go by the official rules. A +3 weapon overcomes silver and cold iron DR, a +4 weapon overcomes adamantine and a +5 weapon overcomes alignment.
Bellona wrote:
That's one PF rule with which I definitely _disagree_. There's absolutely no fluff/flavour in simply adding more pluses to a magical weapon. In my own campaigns, I've already houseruled back in the 3.5 rules for DR.
Smarnil le couard wrote:

You can see it both sides : on the other hand, it cuts down on the "sword caddy" syndrome.

"Hmmm, Vrocks... Fetch me the cold iron 3, please."
<smack>
"Birdy !"

LOL!

Yes, I can indeed see it both ways. But if a character is so eager to cut down on the number of weapons, then he can always pay for the Metalline special quality to be enchanted onto his weapon. (AFB right now, so I'm not sure if that particular weapon quality made it into PF.) The PF rules on DR simply cheapens all the special materials from the fluff/flavour point of view.

Plus I need to encourage the party members to spend all their money! :)


Thanks for all the hard work on the conversions.

Grand Lodge RPG Superstar 2013 Top 16 , Star Voter 2013

I've posted my STAP conversions on Google Docs. I shared access to anybody who already sent me an email requesting the conversions--have at 'em!

I only started converting with Serpents of Scuttlecove, so I only have Serpents of Scuttlecove through Prince of Demons. I also included some magic item conversions and handouts from the AP, plus a couple magic items I made myself for the AP: Glittering Justice, a holy avenger greatsword, and the Iron Rod of Dis, an intelligent artifact quarterstaff. I'll be posting some photos of the miniatures I modded/painted for STAP later today. Finally, I put in my STAP End Credits slideshow, which was the epilogue for my campaign.

If anybody else wants access to these, just email the address in the spoiler and I'll share it to you.

Spoiler:
blues man charlie at g mail dot com


To all of you who are posting / emailing your conversions: Thank you!!
To TheWhiteKnife: Good to see you again :) We took a year of and now are starting Savage Tide (Pathfinder rules, but set in Greyhawk).


Charlie Bell wrote:


If anybody else wants access to these, just email the address in the spoiler and I'll share it to you.

** spoiler omitted **

Email sent!


Hello,
First, excuse me for my English, because I'm french !

I run The Dungeon 144 "The Lightless dephts", and I try to convert it to Pathfinder rules.

I've studied the nice conversion made By Sol, but all the monsters of the adventure are not converted. So I have a few questions and I hope you could help me.

spoiler:
What about the others : Emraag the Gluton, The dimetrodon, the lepers and so on..
Did you use the monster builder of d20pfsrd ? I try to do this, but the result is surprising (AC 38, Colossal creature, not the good number of feats...)

There is no dimetrodon in pathfinder bestiary.

For the Lepers, did you use PCgen ?

Thanks for your answers

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