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Dark Myrakul in Pathfinder...

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Scarab Sages

Has anyone converted Myrakul to Pathfinder? My group will be getting there in the next 3 weeks, and I was wondering how people handled him in pathfinder...or can i feild suggestions? I am working on Adimarchus as any input would gladly be accepted...


Silver Crusade

Hey, did you find anything to help? My players are almost done with the fiery sanctum so may be at Skullrot in the next few weeks.

RPGenius doesn't have much stat-blocks-wise from chapter 10 onwards, I'm using herolab to stat most of the bad guys, anything I didn't re-stat tends to die within 6 seconds.

If you find a version of Myrakul please post a link! :)

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