Been a long time since I was active in the PFS, and I'm looking to tap this as a potential resource. Any recommendation you may have are welcome.
I'm starting a fantasy crime drama campaign using the Iron Kingdoms RPG and setting. The PC's will be detectives in a bad part of town in a port city in Ord. The campaign will be called Law & Ord. ;)
The mood will be a little like Ripper Street, but with magic.
I'm looking for recommendations on some pfs scenarios that I can adapt and build a campaign from. I recall that Goblin Guild was a good low level one, but need a dozen or so adventures.
|Graham Wilson Venture-Agent, Canada—Ontario—Toronto aka crashcanuck|
|⦵ Inspector Pendergast|
I'm currently playing through Carrion Hill via Play-By-Post if you want to check it out. I think the setting is perfect for what you're looking for.
|⦵ Hilary Moon Murphy Venture-Captain, Online—PbP aka Hmm|
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Also consider adventures like 7-10 Consortium Compact and 7-21 Sun Orchid Scheme, where you are doing not just investigations, but missions that involve planning a heist or disrupting a smuggling ring.
|⦵ Marc Waschle|
There are plenty of investigation type scenarios these days. Skill heavy scenarios are something of a theme the last two years or so. But not all are city based, so they might not fit your campaign.
But if you want to send your PCs to outlying towns, I'll recommend The Feast of Ravenmoor (a module) and 7-12 The Twisted Circle.
8-01 Portent's Peril is a lot of fun, and kinda fits your theme, too, just in a roundabout way. That one's in a city, but what you're doing isn't a straightforward crime investigation.