March Scenario Preview

Monday, March 14, 2011

It seems like only yesterday we released the February Pathfinder Society Scenarios, Joshua J. Frost's Shades of Ice—Part I: Written in Blood and open call author Martin Long's The Flesh Collector, but we're already gearing up for the next batch, due out in a few weeks.

Illustration by Jeffrey Lai

In addition to trying out new authors through our open call process, Pathfinder Society Scenarios now let us test out new artists we may like to use on other projects, and I'm very pleased with the two pieces that will show up in this month's scenarios, both by Jeffrey Lai. One depicts an NPC intent on killing the Pathfinders, while the other is a missing Pathfinder the PCs must save from a terrible fate. I'll let you guess which this is.

Look for Shades of Ice—Part II: Exiles of Winter by Joshua J. Frost and The Forbidden Furnace of Forgotten Koor by Larry Wilhelm beginning Wednesday, March 30, at your local Pathfinder Society event!

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She's the NPC intent on killing the Pathfinders.

She's got hardly a weapon on her.

Everyone knows that Pathfinders (being great lorekeepers, seekers of lost artifacts, and preservers of ancient culture) are armed to the teeth.

And when was the last time a missing Pathfinder did not turn up dead and already sent to Pharama's waiting room?

;)

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The only thing I like in the above video is that it has 'Heaven's Door'.

Thanks for the Art but

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EXPLOSIVE RUNES !!


Well like 90% of adventuring is fashion accessories and color coordination. What is a Marid going to do evaporate in some hot black full body robe in the desert heat? Of course not! A nice magenta outfit with breathable fabric says “Yes I am a water subtype but I can adapt to both function and fashion while I TPK your party because they fought me next to a body of water”.

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ntin wrote:
Well like 90% of adventuring is fashion accessories and color coordination. What is a Marid going to do evaporate in some hot black full body robe in the desert heat? Of course not! A nice magenta outfit with breathable fabric says “Yes I am a water subtype but I can adapt to both function and fashion while I TPK your party because they fought me next to a body of water”.

And battle stilettos. Stylish both in and out of water!

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