It’s the end of February, Pathfinders, and that means we have a new slate of adventures releasing, with cats, leshys, and insurance adjustments, as well as an overnight stay in a haunted house.
On the Pathfinder Adventure Society side, we released one scenario! Organized Play Lead Developer Linda Zayas-Palmer gives us a preview of what is in store for players.
This month, we released a spooky new adventure, Pathfinder Adventure Card Society #1: A Night at Bloodthorne Manor, which is a stand-alone adventure not related to the ongoing Year of Rotting Ruin plot. When a group of children dared each other to spend a night at a dilapidated manor house that was rumored to be haunted, most of them expected an evening of scary stories imagining what may lurk in the darkness. But the seemingly abandoned house was far from empty. Explore the mysteries of the manor, meet its occupants—both living and dead—and get the children back home safe. This adventure is designed to be particularly flexible. It’s set up for play at Tier 1, 2, 3, or 4, so you can easily pick the level that works best for your group.
For Pathfinder Society (second edition) players, we released two scenarios and one quest yesterday. Organized Play developer James Case describes March’s scenarios:
Our first adventure this month is Pathfinder Society (second edition) Scenario #1-14: Lions of Katapesh! This repeatable scenario for levels 1—4 by Adam Meyers features exactly what it says in the title, as the PCs travel to Katapesh to assist goblin merchant Yigrig Moneymaker with a problem; his expedition to build a bridge between two promising trading partners is being attacked by lions! The heroes will have to figure out what’s causing the cats to hunt down the goblin expedition, which is led by Yigrig’s son, Zig.
We’re off to Iobaria for our second scenario, Pathfinder Society (second edition) Scenario #1-15: The Blooming Catastrophe, by Mikhail Rekun. In this adventure for levels 1—4, the Pathfinder Society has their hands full as a new threat has come to Finedar Forest—a rapidly growing population of corrupted leshys that seem Abyss-bent on attacking anyone who enters the forest. This nature-themed adventure will be especially appropriate for heroes aligned with the Verdant Wheel faction, whose leader, Urwal, is on-site to try to restore the forest and figure out why the leshys seem to hate anyone wearing a wayfinder.
This month’s quest by Dennis Muldoon is Pathfinder Society (second edition) Quest #7: A Curious Claim, for levels 3–6. The PCs must travel to Druma to investigate an insurance claim for an “accidentally lost shipment” that some suspect may not have been as accidental as it seems. The PCs will have to get past both aquatic undead as well as agents dispatched by one of the Society’s major rivals if they hope to get to the bottom of the matter.
That’s it for February’s scenarios! If you missed our earlier Starfinder Society blog, check it out to see what’s happening on the Starfinder side! Otherwise, visit us next week for our Spotlights & Cons March edition blog.
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February 2020 Pathfinder Society Releases
Thursday, February 27, 2020