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Clockworks and the End of the Emerald Spire, with Rich Baker and James Jacobs

All good things must come to an end, and this week we look at the end (or at least, the lowest level) of the Emerald Spire. Of course, the end of a superdungeon is something a lot of players never get to see (as Erik Mona discussed a bit in his teaser last week), so we also thought we might expand this sneak peek to include two maps from the adventure.

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Tags: Emerald Spire Interviews Jorge Fares Pathfinder Modules Rob Lazzaretti

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Secrets of the Azlanti, With Erik Mona

Wrangling 16 authors to write 16 levels of a massive superdungeon is no small feat, but after getting the physical copy of The Emerald Spire Superdungeon in our hands we can say that it was totally worth it.

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Tags: Abrar Ajmal Emerald Spire Interviews Pathfinder Modules Rob Lazzaretti

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Pathfinder Module: The Emerald Spire Superdungeon (PFRPG)

Chaos and Drowning in the Emerald Spire, with Sean K Reynolds and James L. Sutter

The Emerald Spire Superdungeon is the largest Pathfinder Module ever, which means there's a lot to keep track of for GMs and players braving its perils. Adventurers can end up on a number of different quests, talk to various recurring allies and foes, and acquire a trove of odd relics and treasures. Players without good notes might end up a bit lost somewhere between The Automaton Forge and The Pleasure Garden.

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Tags: Damien Mammoliti Emerald Spire Firat Solhan Interviews Pathfinder Modules

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Pathfinder Module: The Emerald Spire Superdungeon (PFRPG)

Behind the Emerald Spire, with Lisa Stevens and Wolfgang Baur

The Emerald Spire Superdungeon is the largest Pathfinder Modules product ever produced, a record that's unlikely to be taken from it anytime soon. With its release in just a few short weeks, we want to make sure it gets the attention and celebration it deserves. At 160 pages, with 16 levels (by 16 different authors), eight brand-new monsters, enough material to take players from 1st to 13th level and several major mysteries, there's a LOT of Emerald Spire features to highlight!

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Tags: Ben Wooten Ben Wootten Emerald Spire Interviews Pathfinder Modules