A Pathfinder Society Scenario designed for levels 7-11.
Remembered as the Ruby Phoenix, the legendary sorcerer Hao Jin disappeared without a trace centuries ago never to be seen since. The Pathfinder Society has spent much of the past decade exploring her vast museum demiplane, yet in recent years the demiplane's very existence has begun to unravel, threatening to cast its contents into the void. The Society's leaders believe that only Hao Jin herself might be able to repair her creation, and a new lead at last reveals where she had gone: the realm of perfect law, Axis. As elite agents, the PCs must track her down and convince her to save the tapestry demiplane and all of the creatures that live there.
Welcome everyone! One slot is reserved for Mustaparta, and the rest will be chosen based on tier, party composition and prior scenarios played related to the Hao Jin Tapestry.
|Mörök of Darkland|
|Lorian the Peacemaker|
Looking to join. No Hao Jin Tapestry scenarios for this character.
Player Name: Ed Birnbryer
Character Name: Senator Lorian Therian, Marquis of Urfa-Halij, Ambassador of Taldor, called "Lorian the Peacemaker"
PFS #: 66136-13.
Faction: Sovereign Court
Race/Class:Half-elf Battleherald 4 (Vigilante (Avenger) 2/Cav 1/Bard (Arcane Duelist) 1/Rgr (Guildbreaker) 1)
Day job (Caravan vanity) Diplomacy: 1d20 + 33 ⇒ (13) + 33 = 46
Pai here has just finished a mission with a *super scary* conclusion, and would love to do anything--*anything*-- to keep busy and not think about it. Another Hao Jin mission? Sure! Easy peasy! Piece of cake!
She's done #3-21: The Temple of Empyreal Enlightenment and #10-00: The Hao Jin Cataclysm.
Player Name: Warah
Character Name: Pai Shecks
PFS ID#: 289224-1
Faction: Liberty's Edge
Race/Class: Gnome Kineticist
Progression (Slow/Normal): Normal
Day Job: Profession (Artisan): 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (9) + 7 = 16
It was not awesome (I'm in the US NorthEast), but I have a fireplace that still worked. Its usually ornamental/for fun, but between that and the insulation upgrades when I bought the house, it was enough to get enough heat in to keep things livable. Went to bed early last night and huddled under a pile of blankets though, since the heat didn't make it upstairs very well.
All good now, repair guy came and got everything nice and toasty this morning :).