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A little late, but here's my contribution:
Map of the Tomb of Tular Seft (size 48x33), scenic elements and tokens


TheKillingJay wrote:

This map is amazing! I love it, thank you so much for all your hard work!

Any idea on how the scale is for this? I am considering uploading it to Roll20 in pieces for a campaign but I'm not sure where to start with for distance scales.

In Roll20 you can ajust the map to 47,0197 x 60,4957 units. 1 Unit = 52,5 miles.


Dimity wrote:
I can save it as a PDF. PM me your email and I'll send it to you through Wetransfer.

I believe you do not have the private message option enabled on your profile. I searched before I did my post and did not find the option on your profile.

Taking the advantage of the opportunity, could you e-mail me the PDF version (or the Illustrator file) too? My email is in the above post.


See these topics:
Contract of Creation
History and lore around Contract of Creation

;-)


Dimity wrote:

It's here: Golarion Megamap

Enjoy!

Extraordinary work, Dimity. I really liked the style you chose for the map.

If you allow me, I would like to translate your map's nomenclature into Portuguese for use in my campaigns. We could talk better by email if you prefer. Mine is gustavomalek (at) hotmail (dot) com


I'm assembling a timeline of the Golarion history (mainly because I like to have a visual notion of the extension of the time periods) and I began to wonder how long lasted the ages in prehistory — before Earthfall (Age of Creation, Age of Serpents and Age of Legends).

I know that Paizo has always left this open, but is there anything about this matter spread out in adventures, supplements or forum posts?

And you, how long do you think these Ages lasted? Being Golarion similar to our Earth, could we estimate dates based on our own history?

I'm specially interested in how long lasted the Azlant Empire.

Here's my timeline so far: GOLARION TIMELINE


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SometimesCrumb wrote:

quick question

is there a grid map of Sandpoint somewhere?

my players be finishing book 3 tonight, I am hopeful we'll have enough time in the game session to do the Sandpoint raid tonight (I'm excited). I wouldn't mind having a reference for how long, in rounds, it may take my players to get from Northgate to Tanner's Bridge for example.

if someone can point me in the right direction, i'd be ever so grateful, thanks.

I made one. Here it is:

Sandpoint Grided Map (264 x 390 squares - 1 square = 5-ft)


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outshyn wrote:
GustavoMalek wrote:

Updating the MAP INDEX posted by Digital Mystic in page 27. Template for this post found HERE!

** spoiler omitted **...
Just a sad note... it looks like rpgmapshare.com had to "reboot" and lost all the images in your links. Anything that was a link to rpgmapshare.com is gone. The other maps are still there.

Thanks for pointing this out. The next time the index is updated, whoever does it will have to pay attention to this, since there is no way to edit that post. It would be interesting if those who downloaded these maps could upload them again so we could redo the link.


Tusk the Half-Orc wrote:
GustavoMalek wrote:

Well, it's finally complete.

Below is the link to a google spreadsheet containing all the loot inventory of the Adventure Path Rise of the Runelords Anniversary Edition (all six chapters).

It lists all of the items (properly priced) indicated as treasures, equipment and gear carried by opposing NPCs and allies that may fall during the adventure (or be confronted by the PCs).

The list also tells the origin of each item, specifically mentioning each encounter. It also informs the weight of each item (in pounds and kilograms), so the GM can know exactly if the PCs can easily carry those 34 Doglicers and the gargantuan helmet.

It also highlighs the coins and the magic items, So the GM can find them at a glance.

You can make a copy of the spreadsheet for your Google account and edit it any way you whant (by adding columns, changing the names of items, adding items, etc.).

Well, enough talk. Here's the link.

WARNING: SPOILERS in the link below.

- RISE OF THE RUNELORDS LOOT LIST GOOGLE SPREADSHEET

@GustavoMalek - While prepping for my group's next session in chapter 2, Book 4, I noticed a few items missing from the encounter at the Storval Stairs in Journey to Jorgenfist in your excellent and extremely helpful RISE OF THE RUNELORDS LOOT LIST GOOGLE SPREADSHEET. I have created a spreadsheet following your format with the missing items (values, etc. calculated as in your spreadsheet, I think) - here is a link to Missing FOSG Loot. Please feel free to paste it into your spreadsheet if appropriate, and thanks again for taking on this monumental task.

Thank you, Tusk. I really forgot these treasures. Thanks for pointing it out. I already include them in my spreadsheet. =)


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Updating the MAP INDEX posted by Digital Mystic in page 27. Template for this post found HERE!

General Sandpoint Maps:

1. BURNT OFFERINGS:

2. THE SKINSAW MURDERS:

Murder Most Foul

  • Sandpoint Lumbermill Exterior. by Terry Dyer
  • Sandpoint Lumbermill Interior by Evil Lincoln (This one could use a rework. Does not match description in module.)
  • Sandpoint Lumbermill Interior and Exterior combined
  • Sandpoint Sawmill by Hero339

    The Thing in the Atic

  • Habe’s Sanitarium by ThreeLite
  • Alternate Habe’s by TalesfromtheTabletop (not sure of Paizo Username)
  • Habe's Sanitarium by Hero339
  • Habe's 2nd Floor by Hero339
  • Habe's 3rd Floor by Hero339
  • Habe's Basement by Hero339

    Walking Scarecrows

  • Farmlands 1 By Tintagel
  • Farmlands 2 By Tintagel
  • Farmlands 3 By Tintagel
  • Farmhouse By Tintagel
  • Farmlands Day by Hero339
  • Farmlands Night by Hero339
  • Hambley Farm 2nd Floor Night by Hero339
  • Hambley Farm 2nd Floor Day by Hero339
  • Hambley Farm 1st Floor and Barn Night by Hero339
  • hambley farm 1st Floor and Barn Day by Hero339

    Misgivings

  • Foxglove Manor/The Misgivings 1st Floor w/ surroundings by Tintagel
  • Foxglove Manor/The Misgivings 1st Floor by Tintagel
  • Foxglove Manor/The Misgivings 2nd Floor by Tintagel
  • Foxglove Manor/The Misgivings Attic by Tintagel
  • Foxglove Manor/The Misgivings Basement by Tintagel
  • Foxglove Manor/The Misgivings Caverns by Tintagel

    Chasing the Skinsaw

  • Foxglove Townhouse by DigitalMystic
  • Alternate Townhouse Map by Peet

    The Seven’s Sawmill

  • The Seven’s Sawmill by ThreeLite
  • The Sevens Sawmill and Foxglove Townhouse by Dom C
  • The Undermill by GustavoMalek
  • Ground Floor by GustavoMalek
  • Seccond Floor by GustavoMalek
  • Third Floor by GustavoMalek
  • Fourth Floor/Workshop by GustavoMalek
  • Rookery by GustavoMalek

    Shadows of Time

  • Shadow Clock Tower and Roof by Dom C
  • Shadow Clock Roof by Tinalles
  • Shadow Clock Tower and Roof by barry lyndon
  • 3. THE HOOK MOUNTAIN MASSACRE:

    Many of these links are from THIS thread. I have linked the super high resolution versions. You may need to resize them to make them work for you, or you can download the lower res versions in the thread above.

  • Paradise Barge - The Deck, First Floor , Second Floor by Hythlodeus

    In the Hooks Shaddow

  • The Graul Homestead Ground Floor by BWatford
  • The Graul Homestead Upstairs and Basement by BWatford
  • The Graul Homestead Barn and Field by BWatford
  • Graul Homestead by Threelite
  • Graul Homestead at Dawn by Shoba

    Retaking Rannick

  • Hook Mountain Exterior and Caves by Digital Mystic
  • Fort Rannick 1st Floor by BWatford
  • Fort Rannick 1st Floor North by Riding Bull
  • Fort Rannick 1st Floor South by Riding Bull
  • Fort Rannick 2nd Floor by BWatford
  • Fort Rannick 2nd Floor by Riding Bull
  • Below Fort Rannick by BWatford
  • Below Fort Rannick by BWatford
  • Below Fort Rannick by Riding Bull
  • Fort Rannick (116x88 Split into 4 parts, each 58x44) by threelite
  • Fort Rannick: 3 levels except the outside (grid size 70x70) by Philly
  • Fort Rannick Level 1 by Shoba
  • Fort Rannick Level 2 by Shoba

  • Alternative version of Fort Rannick: 1st floor, 2nd floor, 3rd floor, 4th floor, 5th floor by Peet

    Down Comes the Rain

  • Saving the School Children (Just add boat) by Digital Mystic
  • Turtleback Ferry Chapel/Black Maga by Digital Mystic
  • Turtleback Ferry Chapel/Black Maga by Tinalles
  • Turtleback Ferry Chapel/Black Maga /w Grid by Tinalles
  • Turtleback Ferry Chapel/Black Maga by Miikka Autere
  • Top of Dam Ogre Fight by Digital Mystic
  • Top of Dam Ogre Fight by Hythlodeus
  • Skulls Crossing Western Caves by BWatford
  • Skulls Crossing Skulls Watch by BWatford
  • Skulls Crossing Grazulls Domain by BWatford
  • Ferry crafted from the shell of giant turtle by GustavoMalek
  • Skull's Crossing - Encounter with the Ogre Demolition Crew - 20x20 by GustavoMalek
  • Skull's Crossing: Skull's Watch - 20x20 by GustavoMalek
  • Skull's Crossing: Grazuul's Domain - 20x19 by GustavoMalek
  • Skulls Crossing Western Caves by Shoba
  • Skulls Crossing Skull's Watch by Shoba

    The Haunted Heart

  • Mysterious Derelict (25x25 units, 70 pixels per unit) by threelite
  • Heart of Sadness by Digital Mystic
  • Heart of Sadness by Miikka Autere

    Harrowing the Hook

  • Hook Mountain Clanhold pt1 by BWatford
  • Hook Mountain Clanhold pt2 by BWatford
  • Hook Mountain Clanhold by Miikka Autere
  • Hook Mountain Clanhold - full map (72px - 106x68) by GustavoMalek
  • Hook Mountain Clanhold - divided in 2 parts of 53x68 each (better resolution) by GustavoMalek
  • 4. FORTRESS OF THE STONE GIANTS:

    Stones over Sandpoint

  • Sandpoint North Gate by Digital Mystic
  • Sandpoint East Bridge by Digital Mystic
  • Sandpoint East Bridge by Hytholodeus
  • Sandpoint Garrison and Town Hall by Digital Mystic
  • Sandpoint Garrison and Town Hall by Hytholodeus
  • Sandpoint Scarnetti Manor by Digital Mystic
  • Sandpoint Scarnetti Manor by Hytholodeus
  • Mill Pond - 32x30 by threelite
  • Two Knights Brewery - Beer or Death - 25x25 by threelite

    Journey to Jorgenfist

  • Ogre Cattle Rustlers - 35x35 by threelite
  • Storval by Digital Mystic

    Into the Valley of the Black Tower

  • Longtooth’s Lair by Digital Mystic
  • Wyvern/Deathweb Caves by Digital Mystic
  • Jorgenfist by Digital Mystic
  • Black Tower 1 by Digital Mystic
  • Black Tower 2 by Digital Mystic
  • Jorgenfist - One huge image, 78x96 by threelite
  • Jorgenfist - Split into 4, 39x48 each image by threelite
  • River Caves - 45x29 by threelite
  • Longtooth's Cave - 44x13 by threelite
  • Watchpost - 30x30 by threelite
  • The Black Tower - 16x31 by threelite

    Under Jorgenfist

  • Under Jorgenfist by Digital Mystic
  • The Pit and Caverns - Split into 4 for Roll20 upload limit. 46x34 each, 92x68 total by threelite

    The Ancient Library

  • The Ancient Library by Digital Mystic
  • Jorgenfist Library - 61x37 by threelite
  • 5. SINS OF THE SAVIORS:

    The Scribbler's Rhyme

  • Sandpoint Scribler's Lair Entrance by Digital Mystic
  • Lamashtu's Shrine by threelite

    Seeking Runeforge

  • The Scriblers Lair by Digital Mystic
  • The Dragon's Lair - 59x22, did 2 maps; one showing the hidden ramp and another without by threelite
  • The Dragon's Lair by Digital Mystic
  • The Sihedron Circle - 29x20 by threelite
  • The Sihedron Circle by Digital Mystic
  • The Sihedron Circle by Hytholodeus
  • Frozen Cathedral - 34x19 by threelite
  • Frozen Cathedral by Digital Mystic
  • Xin's Stairway - 29x23 by threelite
  • Xin's Stairway by Digital Mystic

    Runeforge and the Abjurant Halls

  • Runeforge - 52x33 by threelite
  • Runeforge by Digital Mystic
  • Ravenous Crypts - 30x22 by threelite
  • Ravenous Crypts by Digital Mystic
  • The Vault of Greed - 50x34 by threelite
  • The Vault of Greed - by Digital Mystic
  • Iron Cages of Lust - 69x44 by threelite
  • Iron Cages of Lust by Digital Mystic
  • Shimmering Veils of Pride - 49x33 by threelite
  • Shimmering Veils of Pride by Digital Mystic
  • Festering Maze of Sloth - 39x27 by threelite
  • Festering Maze of Sloth Drained - 39x27 by threelite
  • Festering Maze of Sloth by Digital Mystic
  • Halls of Wrath - 80x129 (rotated so that north is up) by threelite
  • Halls of Wrath by Digital Mystic
  • Halls of Wrath by Riding Bull
  • 6. SPIRES OF XIN-SHALAST:


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    I updated the Nynphaiel's index of the community created stuff works in the post in page 14.

    All items posted after the original Nyphaiel's post are marked as NEW!

    I also checked all links in the original Nyphaiel's post in search of those that ar not avaiable. These i marked as UNAVAILABLE, and I left here in case someone has the material and re-post them, so that we can update the index.

    The Battlemaps have been removed of the index as they are included in the updated MAP INDEX posted below.

    Template for this post found HERE!

    NON BATTLEMAP CONTRIBUTIONS INDEX

    CAST OF CHARACTERS 

  • (UNAVAILABLE) Sheriff Hemlock by malag 
  • Some other takes on Brodert Quink (which is kind of cool in the opinion of BuzzardB) by cinarion 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Sandpoint NPCs list by SoylentG 
  • Illustrated Sandpoint's NPCs List v1.2 (pdf) by Yossarian 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Sandpoint NPCs portraits by Yossarian 

    TOWN OF SANDPOINT 

  • (UNAVAILABLE) Sandpoint Occupancy List by Anthony Law 
  • Sandpoint Cathedral Interior by Chinchbug (Ross Lucci)
  • Sandpoint Player's Handout by Jacen 
  • Cathedral Interior by Cynge 
  • Vinder's General Store Basement
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Sandpoint NPC random encounters
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Sandpoint Resources by SoylentG 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Sandpoint Info by SoylentG 
  • NEW! (UNAVAILABLE) Sandpoint Street Encounters - formatted document version by Yossarian
  • NEW! Sandpoint NPCs cards by Nynphaiel
  • NEW! Sandpoint's NPCs google spreadsheet by Stepchild of the Sun
  • NEW! Runelords timeline by Stepchild of the Sun
  • NEW! List of the Chopper's victims by Stepchild of the Sun
  • NEW! Varisian folktales, as told by Risa Magravi by Stepchild of the Sun
  • NEW! Sadpoint NPC Stats by platinumCheesecake
  • NEW! Father Abstalar Zantus Statblock by Pathfinder Comic Books
  • NEW! Sheriff Belor Hemlock Statblock by Pathfinder Comic Books
  • NEW! Sandpoint Cathedral = The heart of a sea-side town by Digital Mystic
  • NEW! Choper's journal by Stepchild of the Sun
  • NEW! The Ultimate Rise of the Runerlords Sandpoint NPC Map v2 by Runerlord Risen

    GENERAL 

  • Tokens/Counters for Burnt Offerings and Skinsaw Murders by tonton 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Players map of Sandpoint Region by Russell Akred 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Golarion Calendar 4707-4708 with Paizo artwork by fray 
  • Basic Golarion Calendar 4707 not sure who created this but it is from the Heroes of Golarion wiki 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Excel Golarion calendar not sure who created this either? 
  • Hi-Res (600 dpi) Maps of Varisia & Sandpoint and mods for Google Earth by Tintagel 
  • Tintagels Educated Gamer Website Rise of the Runelord section some of the stuff contained here is detailed out below. 
  • Tales from the Rusty Dragon 4e conversion of Rise of the Runelords by Scott Betts 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Thassilonian Runes Font by unknown (anyone know?) 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Digital player-friendly map of Varisia by Luke 
  • Karzoug sound file thread 
  • Chopper's Isle Sidequest by James B. Cline 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Rough map of Sandpoint Hinterlands by Yossarian 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Rough player map of Southwest Varisia by Yossarian 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) DM map of Southwest Varisia by Yossarian 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Detailed DM map of Southwest Varisia with no names (pdf) by Yossarian 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Detailed DM map of Southwest Varisia with no names (png) by Yossarian 
  • NEW! Magnimar Map (with the Shadow by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Thassilonian Font by Gustavo Malek[/url]
  • NEW! Rise of the Runelords Kingdom Building by James B. Cline
  • NEW! (UNAVAILABLE) Homebrew - Monastery of Alba Lilia not far from Sandpoint by Yossarian
  • NEW! Cinchburgs (Ross Lucci) Runelords Maps compiled by Digital Mystic
  • NEW! Coat of Arms of the Noble Houses and Organizations from Sandpoint and Magnimar by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Absalom Reckoning - Wheel of the Year (English and Portuguese versions) by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Rise of the Runerlords Loot List Google Spreadsheet by GustavoMalek

    ARTWORK 

  • (UNAVAILABLE) Malfeshnekor by Russell Akred 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Ameiko Kaijitsu by DMG 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Belor Hemlock and Shalelu Andosana (with original eyes) by DMG 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Shalelu Andosana (with James Jacobs approved eyes) by DMG 

    1. BURNT OFFERINGS 

  • Burnt Offerings (Gamemaster Reference) useful for clarification, errors and background from Paizo 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Unofficial Errata by Shadowchemosh 
  • Tokens/Counters for Burnt Offerings and Skinsaw Murders by tonton 
  • Audio file of the Goblin Song with screams and without screams for Goblin Pyros by PandaGaki 
  • Wolves of Sandpoint Charter by one of Watchers players (credit where credits due) 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Tsuto's letter in Minkai by Greg Volz 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Tsuto's letter in common by Greg Volz 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Tsuto's Journal by Russell Akred & Greg Volz 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Pictures of Nualia for Tsuto's Notebook by Lilith 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Pictures of Nualia as a Succubus for Tsutos Notebook by Lilith 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Skeletons pictures for B8 by Russell Akred 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Picture of the Hermit Crab in E7 by Russell Akred 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Token for the Hermit Crab in E7 by Russell Akred 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Burnt Offerings dataset for DMs Familiar by DMFTodd 
  • Project Blog to covert Burnt Offerings to 4th edition by Scott Betts 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Sandpoint rumors as PDF cards and as a Microsoft Powerpoint presentation by Tintagel 
  • Nualia's Diary page one and page 2 by James B. Cline 
  • Games for the Swallowtail Festival by Delthos 
  • Goblin Song by Razorstorm 
  • Goblin Song by Ivan Rûski 
  • Dragon Icons by Cynge 
  • Dragon Races Map by Cynge 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Swallowtail Festival Speeches by Cynge 
  • Something in the Attic by Ivan Rûski 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Lamashtu's Prayer Book (pdf) by Yossarian 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Stat block cards for Chapter 2 by bmcdaniel 
  • The Toadstool Goblins, side quest to be inserted into Burnt Offerings: Local Heroes by Haladir 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Items cards for Burnt Offerings by Ckorik 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Item cards (ods) by BuzzardB. pdf: page 1 page 2 page 3 page 4 
  • The gobling song by Teresake 
  • NEW! Aldern Foxglove Statblock by Callum
  • NEW! Swallowtail Festival Speeches by Callum
  • NEW! Upgraded Nualia Statblock by Jam412
  • NEW! Nualia's Journal page 1 by Skaraker
  • NEW! Nualia's Journal page 2 by Skaraker
  • NEW! Nualia's Journal page 3 by Skaraker
  • NEW! Nualia's Journal page 4 by Skaraker
  • NEW! Nualia's Journal page 5 by Skaraker
  • NEW! Nualia's Journal page 6 by Skaraker
  • NEW! Prep work for the Swallowtail Festival by trik
  • NEW! Obstacles for na Tsuto's tunnel chase scene by Haladir
  • NEW! Graphical Representation of the Tsuto's tunnel chase scene by Haladir
  • NEW! Handout 1-1 - Tsuto's Letter in Minkaian by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Handout 1-1 - Tsuto's Letter translated into portuguese by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Handout 2-1 - Tsuto's Journal translated into portuguese by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Prayerbook of Lamasthu by Digital Mystic
  • NEW! Letter from Xanesha to Nualia, to be found in Nualia's stuff by GM Runescarred Dragon
  • NEW! Lyrie Akenja's journal by Kittenmancer
  • NEW! Nualia as Anti-Paladin Statblock by ghostofafrog

    2. THE SKINSAW MURDERS 

  • The Skinsaw Murders Gamemasters Reference useful for clarification, errors and background from Paizo 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Unofficial Errata by ShadowChemosh 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Cougar Creek Barn note by Russell Akred 
  • Players map for farmlands map without detail by tonton 
  • Foxglove Manor Haunts Description document  by rironin 
  • Updated Magnimar maps by Paizo Publishing 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Skinsaw Murders dataset for DMs Familiar by DMFTodd 
  • Clock Tower cut-away by Chinchbug (Ross Lucci)
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Xanesha's List by James B. Cline 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Amazing Stained glass windows for the Misgivings by tintagel (i think)? 
  • Bloody notes by Mearrin69 
  • Foxglove House Ledger by HangarFlying 
  • Foxglove Manor Haunts 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Cut and tape map of Misgivings by Stazamos (pdf) 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Cut and tape map of Misgivings by Stazamos (Inkscape SVG) 
  • NEW! Magnimar Encounters by loocsileinad
  • NEW! Haunts Descriptions for Foxglove Manor by Misroi
  • NEW! Blank Handouts for chapter 2 (Handouts 2-5, 2-6 and 2-7) by threelite
  • NEW! (UNAVAILABLE) Skinsaw Murders Item Cards by Chorik
  • NEW! (UNAVAILABLE) Skinsaw Murders Item Cards by Chorik
  • NEW! Altered map layout of Foxglove Townhouse by Peet
  • NEW! Prep work for Chapter 2 by trik
  • NEW! All Chapter 2 Handouts translated to Portuguese by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Justice Ironbriar's Journal by Razcar
  • NEW! Foxglover Family Crest by FrugalToast
  • NEW! Foxglover Family Crest by Hytholodeus
  • NEW! Sandpoint Register - Newspaper for Sandpoint - Skinsaw Murders by wrmusall
  • NEW! Homebrew - A guide to the Plump Goose Restaurant in the Village of Orsova by Yossarian

    3. THE HOOK MOUNTAIN MASSACRE 

  • The Hook Mountain Massacre (Gamemasters Reference) useful for clarification, errors and background from Paizo 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Unofficial Errata by ShadowChemosh 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Turtleback Ferry by Russell Akred 
  • Turtleback Ferry by Salama 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Map of Fort drawn by Vale by Russell Akred 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Skull Crossing by Russell Akred 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Flooded version of Russell Akreds Turtleback village for Down comes the rain by KeepIRU 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Hook Mountain Massacre dataset for DMs Familiar by DMFTodd 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Item and Monster cards for Chapter 3 by ShadowChemosh (other chapters here
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Black Magga, Lucretia, and a Turtleback Ferry tokens for Maptool commissioned by Watcher, created by Devin Night of Four Ugly Monsters 
  • Hook Mountain Town Writeups by Byung Shin 
  • Bitter Hollow map for MapTool by Byung Shin 
  • NEW! Order of the Black Arrow Insignia Handout by Gustavo Malek
  • NEW! Handout 3-2 - Mokmurian's letter to Barl Breakbones in Giant by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Handout 3-2 - Mokmurian's letter to Barl Breakbones translated to portuguese by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Reworked floor plans for Fort Rannick by Peet
  • NEW! The Paradise Barge by Hytholodeus

    4. FORTRESS OF THE STONE GIANTS 

  • Fortress of the Stone Giants (Gamemaster Reference) useful for clarification, errors and background from Paizo 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Fortress of the Stone Gaints dataset for DMs Familiar by DMFTodd 
  • Giants Watch Tower by Chinchbug (Ross Lucci)
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Sandpoint Raid Timetable by Gorbacz 
  • NEW! Handout 4-1 - Writ of Entrance and Access to the Library of Thassilon by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Scroll with enlightened ritual related to the worship of the Peacock Spirit by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Sandpoint Raid Turn Chart by Digital Mystic
  • NEW! Handout - Thassilonian Runes in the Ancient Library Entrance (C6) by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Handout 4-1 - Writ of Entrance and Access to the Library in Thassilonian by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Handout 4-1 - Writ of Entrance and Access to the Library translated to portuguese by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Handout 4-2 - Mokmurian's map of the Lost Coast region of Varisia with notes in Giant by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Handout 4-2 - Mokmurian's map of the Lost Coast region of Varisia with notes translated to portuguese by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! The Therassic Library (Ultimate Intrigue variant) by Tinalles
  • NEW! Description of the Six Dwarves captives toiling in the armory of Jorgenfist by Tinalles
  • NEW! Mokmurian's assembled army by Tinalles

    5. SINS OF THE SAVIORS 

  • Sins of the Saviors (Gamemaster Reference) useful for clarification, errors and background from Paizo 
  • Paizo web enhancement Magic of Thassilon
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Sins of the Saviors dataset for DMs Familiar by DMFTodd 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Card terrain pattern for final scene by Russell Akred 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Huge statue template by russell akred 
  • NEW! Scribbler's Rhyme Handouts in Thassilonian and in Portuguese by GustavoMalek

    6. SPIRES OF THE XIN-SHALAST 

  • Spires of the Xin-Shalast (Gamemaster Reference) useful for clarification, errors and background from Paizo 
  • Vekkers Cabin by Chinchbug (Ross Lucci)
  • (UNAVAILABLE) Wendig Standee Cutout by Russell Akred 
  • (UNAVAILABLE) The Horror Tree by Russell Akred 
  • NEW! Pinnacle of Avarice - Alarm response map by Yossarian
  • NEW! Eye of Avarice - 3D view with measurements - normal size - 5-feet scale by GustavoMalek
  • NEW! Eye of Avarice - 3D view with measurements - double size -10-feet scale by GustavoMalek

    Unknown but cool 

  • (UNAVAILABLE) Colossal Spider pattern to make 4 card spider by Russell Akred seen here, in all its glory.

  • Pathfinder in french


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    TomParker wrote:
    At least I got a first draft of Karzoug's throne back. It's not perfect but it's a decent start.

    That's awesome!

    TomParker wrote:
    That's partially true. But it also gives flying PCs more maneuverability, since there are more squares free from the pillars' heat damage. Flying PCs are still within a couple rounds of Karzoug even at 10' scale.[/url]

    Not only that, but the dragon has to fly through the columns as well. On the 5-foot scale map he could only make this flight amid the columns that accompany the stairs.

    Well, I put tiles in my models, so as to make their scale more obvious for comparison between normal scale and doubled scale:

    EYE OF AVARICE - 3D view with measurements - normal size - 5-feet scale

    EYE OF AVARICE - 3D view with measurements - double size -10-feet scale

    I also make available the links to download the Google SketchUp files for both models:

    EYE OF AVARICE - Google Sketchup 3D Model - normal size - 5-feet scale

    EYE OF AVARICE - Google Sketchup 3D Model - double size - 10-feet scale


    TomParker wrote:

    That is truly spectacular. You've inspired me to buckle down and get my terrain built in time for my game. I'm not planning on using dungeon tiles for the floor; I'll probably just glue down a print out of the map. But I really want them to see the elevation changes and the gold pillars.

    Great job.

    I hope you post here the result of your work. It must be very cool to end the campaign with a scenario on this scale to impress the players. =)

    Callum wrote:
    That's great, Gustavo - thanks! Is there any chance you could make the first 35 seconds of that video available separately? I'd like to show that part to my players when they enter the Eye.

    I may try, but not today.

    Callum wrote:
    Incidentally, this video makes clear an issue with the layout of the room as given in the book - namely, the PCs can't see Karzoug on his throne, and he can't see them, when they enter the Eye. The stated heights of the various platforms also seem odd when considering the stairs that connect them - the steps that lead to the observation platforms must be very steep. I think I'll switch the heights of Y3 and Y4, making Y3 130 feet up and Y4 140 feet up (so the steps from the throne to the runewell lead down instead of up). This means that Karzoug should be able to look down over the top of the runewell at the PCs as the enter.

    Unfortunately, these changes will not be enough as can be seen in the images at the link below. The throne is far behind to be seen simply by placing the (Y4) platform above the runewell (Y3). It is necessary to place the throne at least 7.5 to 10 feet above (Y4) so that it can be observed from the arrival platform (Y1)

    EYE OF AVARICE - 3D view with changed heights of the runewell and the throne (scale: 1 square = 10 feet)

    Yossarian wrote:

    Exactly the problems I ran into. Which is why I made the modifications I did to the isometric version of it. Basically widening the stairs so the Giants can use them, plus making the runewell 5ft.

    My concern with doubling everything to 10ft is it substantially changes the encounter giving the defenders an advantage, since the PCs have twice the distance to cover to engage in melee.

    You're absolutely right. I wonder if the designers thought of this when creating the scenerio. Certainly the scenario of the Anniversary Edition is much more interesting than the original, but this "error" of scale has great tactical implications.


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    After the TomParker alert, I decided to do my 3D model of the Eye of Avarice from scratch, but this time on the scale of 1 square = 10 feet.

    EYE OF AVARICE - 3D view with measurements (scale: 1 square = 10 feet)

    I also did a first person video touring the environment:

    EYE OF AVARICE - First Person Video

    After all this, I agree that the real scale of the map must be 1 square = 10 feet, and not as written in the book.


    TomParker wrote:

    There's speculation that the map scale is incorrect. You can find the discussion way upthread, I think. The Runewell of Greed is described as 10' wide, which doesn't match the map. The rise/run of the stairs is all wacky at a 5' scale. The platforms at 5' wouldn't have room for the giants on them without squeezing.

    I'm embarking on an attempt to make a physical model of this room, even though the 10' scale makes it huge. I'll let y'all know how it turns out.

    You're right. The scale was one of the reasons I made the 3d model. I wondered if it was possible for these giants and dragons to move around in this tight space. After analyzing I saw that yes, it is possible. I think it makes fighting even harder for the players, although the enemies do not have a lot of mobility. Karzoug would be protected by a barrier of enemies before anyone could get close to him.

    I made this small comparative size of creatures in relation to the structure of the Eye of Avarice with the 1-sq = 5-ft scale.

    EYE OF AVARICE - Comparison of creature size versus structure (1 square = 5 feet)


    Tinalles wrote:
    If you can export the model in STL format, then it can probably be made to work for 3D printing. Do you know a version number for the Sketchup you're using? If you google something like "sketchup export STL" and add your version number, you can probably find out if/how to do so.

    It is the Google Sketchup v. 8.0.14346. It can only export to *.dae and *.kmz.

    TomParker wrote:
    That's awesome. Did you use 1 sq = 5 ft or 10 ft?.

    It was made with the same proportion of the map in the adventure: 1 square = 5 feet.


    Tinalles wrote:
    GustavoMalek wrote:

    Inspired by the isometric map of Yossarin, I decided to a 3D model the map of the Eye of Avarice in order to verify the layout and measures of the battlefield as described in the adventure.

    3D view of the EYE OF THE AVARICE with measurements

    Awesome work. Could the model be adjusted for use in 3D printing, perhaps with some gridlines incised into the floors?

    I imagine it would have to be split into several chunks that would then need some way of fitting together. Also it would need to be painted for best effect.

    Still, this map is the final battle of the adventure. It would be pretty epic to have the precise terrain printed out to scale and painted nicely.

    Thank you, Tinalles.

    I did the model in the old Google Sketchup. I do not know if this software is compatible with 3d printers or if there is any software that can do the file conversion to compatible 3d printers.


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    Inspired by the isometric map of Yossarin, I decided to a 3D model the map of the Eye of Avarice in order to verify the layout and measures of the battlefield as described in the adventure.

    3D view of the EYE OF THE AVARICE with measurements


    KyleS wrote:
    Two questions: Any way we can get a copy of this because that's a big list to print, and if so, is there a way to either filter or sort out without destroying the list? Either way, this list is still extremely handy!

    Yes, for both the questions.

    I recommend you to make a copy of the file before you edit it (File Menu > Make a copy).

    To print only a few rows, select the rows you want to print, then go to Menu File > Print, and select the selected cells in the dropdown menu in the right.


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    Well, it's finally complete.

    Below is the link to a google spreadsheet containing all the loot inventory of the Adventure Path Rise of the Runelords Anniversary Edition (all six chapters).

    It lists all of the items (properly priced) indicated as treasures, equipment and gear carried by opposing NPCs and allies that may fall during the adventure (or be confronted by the PCs).

    The list also tells the origin of each item, specifically mentioning each encounter. It also informs the weight of each item (in pounds and kilograms), so the GM can know exactly if the PCs can easily carry those 34 Doglicers and the gargantuan helmet.

    It also highlighs the coins and the magic items, So the GM can find them at a glance.

    You can make a copy of the spreadsheet for your Google account and edit it any way you whant (by adding columns, changing the names of items, adding items, etc.).

    Well, enough talk. Here's the link.

    WARNING: SPOILERS in the link below.

    - RISE OF THE RUNELORDS LOOT LIST GOOGLE SPREADSHEET


    Yossarian wrote:
    Yossarian wrote:

    Eye of Avarice - Isometric battle map

    And this time a working link

    This is amazing, Yossarian. Very useful.


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    I updated my spreadsheet with the list of the entire loot in the Rise of the Runelords Adventure Path (complete with prices, weight, origin, etc)

    Now I have the first 4 complete chapters (up to the Fortress of the Stone Giants)

    WARNING: SPOILERS in the link below.

    - RISE OF THE RUNELORDS LOOT LIST GOOGLE SPREADSHEET


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    After a long time, I decided to organize my notes about the campaign's loot and items and make a spreadsheet with various information that I think are useful, such as where each item was found, what is its value, its sales value, weight, etc.

    Warning: SPOILERS in the link.
    Rise of the Runelords Loot List Google Spreadsheet

    Currently (07/20/2017) I only put the loot of the Burnt Offerings chapter, but I will add the other chapters in the sequence in the same file.


    I received the email and everything looks right. I'll wait for the replacement.

    Thank you, Diego.


    Hello again.

    So I waited one month more, and my order did not arrived. I tried to track it down in the post office, but without success.

    Besides waiting more, there is anything else that can be done? Resend, refund?

    Thanks


    Hello

    I made my first purchase of physical products in the Order # 4240235, and I received an e-mail in 03/03 saying that it was about to ship and the estimate time to arrive was estimated in 13 to 40 business days.

    Well, I have not received this order and its been more than 1 week since it should have arrived (74 running days or 51 business days in USA or 49 busniness days in my country)

    I waited and gave it extra time but it still hasn't shown up. Is there anything you can do to help me?

    Thanks


    Thanks for the addition, Adjoint.

    About your comments on my list:

    Spoiler:
    Adjoint wrote:
    I have found no evidence of Kasadei having a rank of captain, she is just said to be an officer.

    Yeah, You might be right. I don't have access to the Shattered Star adventure path. I did not even know she was on this adventure. I took my information that she was captain from the Pathfinder Society Scenario S07-03: The Bronze House of Reprisal. I think this information should not be considered canonical.

    Adjoint wrote:
    In the Shards of Sin, Shiela Heidmarch is said to be fighter (tactician) 3/monk (weapon adept) 4.

    Again, I must say that I do not have access to this Adventure Path. I relied on the Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Magnimar, City of Monuments. However, I have now seen that there is an entry about information conflict over her class in the pathfinderwiki.com (link here).

    Apparently, my information is right, but yours is even more accurate. Thank you. ;)


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    Updated list:

    Spoiler:
    Almya Gorangal (LE female Varisian wizard 4) — Pathfinder member who currently resides in the Heidmarch Manor lodge and is looking for Thassilon ruins from the sunken kingdom of Eurythnia.
    Annamentus Jivorus (N male Chelaxian cleric of Pharasma 7) — head of the Church of Pharasma.
    Annsa Shivarlu (LG female Mwangi bard 5/aristocrat 2) — head producer and director of the Rose and Rake Theatre.
    Anton Ghanafini (male Chelaxian) — operates the Magnimar branch of Red Kestrel Imports
    Arrus Derexhi (male Chelaxian fighter) — son of Randred Derexhi and member of the special force of the Derexhi mercenary company and freelance problem-solving business. Twin of Iskola Derexhi.
    Ayamyra (CN female elf cleric of Calistria 7) — head of the Dome of the Savored Sting.
    Ayavah (CN hermaphrodite demon-blooded tiefling sorcerer 8) — a notorious sculptor who lives in the Harpy Piling of the Irespan.
    Bevaluu Zimantiu (CG female Varisian cleric of Desna 10) — the single priest of Desna who attends in the Shine of the Cynosure Tower.
    Bhax (male Chelaxian expert) — white haired buttler of the House Derexhi.
    Billiver Billivin (CN male gnome alchemist 2/bard 1/cleric of Sivanah 1/sorcerer 1/wizard 2) — eccentric gnome owner of Billivin's Benevolent Balms and Effulgent Elixirs shop.
    Bonto Geirbelyn Feste (male Chelaxian aristocrat) — member of the House Feste.
    Captain Acacia Uriana (LG female human fighter 3/rogue 5) — Leader of the Magnimar City Watch.
    Captain Kasadei (NG female Varisian human fighter 3) — member of Magnimar City Guard.
    Chaplain Tira Ronnova (LG female Chelaxian cleric of Iomedae 7/paladin 2) — serves as the chaplain of Temple of Iomedae.
    Cheiskaia Nirodin (CG female Chelaxian aristocrat 6) — matriarch of House Nirodin.
    Commander Ismeir Odinburge (LG male human fighter 4/paladin 5 of Abadar) — serves as Lord of the Tower Arvensoar and leader of Magnimar’s military forces.
    Commander Vanns Wynmerd (LG male dwarf fighters) — powerful dwarf fighter that serves as the commander of Fort Indros, located in the Alabaster District.
    Doctor Ernst Landis (N male Chelaxian expert 5/wizard 5) — esteemed scholar of Varisian history and curator of the Museum of Ages.
    Donal Carent (CN male Varisian rogue 5) — leader of the Wreckwash Blades, a Sczarni gang run out of Carent's Camp.
    Doolun Corveshku (CN male human rogue 3) — leader of the least successful Sczarni gang—a wretched collection of knaves and scoundrels who called themselves “Doolun’s Lads.
    Durstin Versade (NG male human expert 5) — the proprietor of the Triodea Theater.
    Ebrylis (LN male half-elf fighter 3) — Heidmarch Manor's guardsman.
    Eibadon Derexhi (male Chelaxian paladin of Abadar) — son of Randred Derexhi and member of the special force of the Derexhi mercenary company and freelance problem-solving business.
    Elysi Crispin (NE Female half-elf investigator 10) — Aspis Consortium Bronze Agent and Bronze House’s manager and head of Magnimar operations.
    Filuvia Mindurian (NG female Chelaxian expert 6) — aged head of the noble Mindurian family known to be among the biggest gossips of that city's ruling families.
    Golliver Haskinswurth (LG male Taldan expert 3/fighter 4) — runs the Fancy Reefclaw brewery in Magnimar for House Deverin.
    Gradon Scarnetti (LN male Chelaxian aristocrat 6/rogue 3) — controls House Scarnetti's interests in the shipyards of Magnimar.
    Haugen (NE male old Varisian rogue 6) — leader of the sczarni gang The Creepers.
    Hobart Deverin (NG male Chelaxian/ Varisian aristocrat 5/expert 3) — the aging leader of House Deverin nicknamed "the Simple Lord" for his willingness to mingle with the city's common folk.
    Iskola Derexhi (female Chalaxian wizard) — daughter of Randred Derexhi and member of the special force of the Derexhi mercenary company and freelance problem-solving business. Twin of Arrus Derexhi.
    Jacildria Quildarmo (LE female human aristocrat 3/expert 2) — Seneschal of Dates of the Usher's Hall.
    Jaster Frallino (CE male human fighter 5/rogue 4) — leader of sczarni gang the Gallowed.
    Jayleen “Morning Dove” Mordove (CN female human bard 5) — runs one of the Lowcleft's most infamous night spots: the Gilded Cage.
    Joadric Heimurl (NG male Kellid barbarian 2/fighter 3) — Pathfinder member from the north currently residing in the Heidmarch Manor lodge, who intends to launch an expedition into the Malgorian Mountains.
    Jorston “Axetongue” Droaeb (LN male dwarf expert 4/fighter 3) — Master of Games at the Serpent's Run arena.
    Justice Cerelen Ironbriar (NE Male elf cleric of Norgorber 6/rogue 2) — An elven noble magistrate of the Justice Court of Magnimar.
    Kaleb Valdemar (CE male Chelaxian/Varisian wizard 9) — Member of House Valdemar and son of Ethram Valdemar. Kaleb runs Valdemar Villa in Magnimar.
    Kassiel Iylmrain (NE male elf bard 7) — half-elf dancer and counter-tenor of the Triodea theater.
    Kayasi Zivatchi (N female Chelaxian bard 5) — runs the Osprey Club.
    Khet Igersen (LN male Chelaxian expert 6) — runs Magnimar's Merchants' Guild.
    Khonderian (LN male Chelaxian rogue 7) — Lord-Mayor Haldmeer Grobaras' body guard.
    Lady Vammiera Symirkova (NE female venerable human aristocrat 2/rogue 6/sorcerer 4) — Magnimar's aristocrat who is secretly the leader of one of sczarni gang The Gargoyles.
    Lady Verrine Caiteil (LN female elf aristocrat 3/wizard 6) — Executive-Moderator of the Council of Ushers.
    Leruu “Whitelips” Kantiki (CG female Taldan rogue 6) — owner of Magnimar's exclusive and opulent Captain's Club tavern.
    Lord Justice Bayl Argentine (LN male human aristocrat 6/ fighter 3) — leader of the Justice Court of Magnimar.
    Lord Vetillus (male Chelaxian aristocrat) — head of the House Ventillus.
    Lord-Mayor Haldmeer Grobaras (N male human aristocrat 9) — the obese and draped in finery Lord Mayor of Magnimar has a keen mind and is a swift study of human nature.
    Lorgell Fendus (LG male Chelaxian/ Varisian cleric of Erastil 5) —  the chief priest of Erastil is headquartered in the rustic Deadeye Lodge, in the northwest of the Keystone district.
    Luma Derexhi (N female half-elf urban druid 5) — eldest daughter of nobleman Randred Derexhi and member of the special force of the Derexhi mercenary company and freelance problem-solving business.
    Madam Irba Demerios (LN female Varisian/Shoanti expert 8) — rules the Founder's Archive (and holds the only key to the library’s famed Forbidden Collection).
    Madame Remeka Abantiir (CG aristocrat  5/cleric of Calistria  3) —  runs Magnimar's most exclusive brothel, the House of Welcome.
    Maiveer Sloan (NE male Taldan rogue 11) — an gold agent of the Aspis Consortium that oversees the Bronze House, an impressive building in the Dockway district.
    Master Basaalee Minvandu (NE male Chelaxian ranger 6) — a cruel man, owner of Magnimar's Matador's Lodge, known for using brutal handling of animals for entertainment.
    Master Leis Nivlandis (NG male half-elf wizard 11) — the master and founder of Magnimar's most prestigious school for wizards, the Stone of the Seers.
    Miior Duvanti (NE female human rogue 6) — leads the Rushlight Society, a group of bandits operating on Varisia's Lost Coast.
    Mivonis Vanderale (LN male Chelaxian aristocrat 5/rogue 5) —  the current head of House Vanderale, one of the most powerful aristocratic family of Magnimar.
    Mizmina Symirkova (CE female human rogue 8/assassin 3) — daughter of Lady Vammiera Symirkova and as such the de facto second in command of the infamous gang known as The Gargoyles.
    Morgamer Pug (N male halfling expert 5/wizard 1) —  the proprietor of Pug's Contraptions, a small tinker and clockwork creation business in Ordellia district.
    Mother Flytongue (CN female Varisian rogue 4/alchemist 1) —  leader of the smuggling operation known as the Washside Wringers based out of Washers' Row in Beacon's Point district.
    Nireed Wadincoast (CG male gnome expert 5/ranger 2) — proprietor of Keystone District's most famous building, the unique Aquaretum, which serves as aquarium as well as a unique museum.
    Odie Phexen (CN male human Chelaxian expert 3) — a foul-tempered drunkard who is the former harbormaster and whants his job back.
    Ol' Mam Grottle (NG female Varisian commoner 4/fighter 1) — owner and patron of the Dockway district inn known as the Old Fang.
    Ontor Derexhi (male Chelaxian rogue) — son of Randred Derexhi and member of the special force of the Derexhi mercenary company and freelance problem-solving business.
    Paralictor Darean Halst (LN male Chelaxian fighter 5/Hellknight 3) — leads the Hellknight Order of the Nail mercenaries based on the Bastion of the Nail in the Naos district.
    Proctor Jyronn Imikar (LG male Garundi cleric of Abadar 13) — leads the Cathedral of Abadar in the Naos District.
    Randred Derexhi (LN Chelaxian aristocrat 3/ranger [urban ranger] 6) — head of House Derexhi. He overseas a mercenary company and freelance problem-solving business for the city's wealthier inhabitants.
    Rassimeri Jaijarko (CE male Varisian fighter 2/rogue 2) — A slumlord and drug dealer owner of most of the filthy tenements in the Beacon's Point district, where is his headquarters, the Jaijarko Castle.
    Remeria Callinova (CG female Varisian expert 4/rogue 2) — An elderly woman, head of the Varisian Council, the government body tasked with protecting the rights of the city's indigenous Varisian population.
    Sabriyya Kalmeralm (LN female Keleshite rogue 12) — the so-called Princess of the Market takes care of policing her own, in the Bazaar of Sails.
    Savasha Versade (CG female Chelaxian/ Varisian aristocrat 3/bard 3) — head of House Versade, an aristocratic family known for throwing the best parties in town.
    Seeshah Raccas (CN female half-elf sorcerer 8) — madam of the Shucked Oyster, a brothel in Dockway District.
    Sheila Heidmarch (LN female Taldan fighter 3/monk 4) — retired adventurer and venture-captain who founded the Pathfinder lodge in Heidmarch Manor in Naos District.
    Siov Cassimeel (NE male elf sorcerer 7) — owns and runs a small, dingy tavern named the Friendly Merchant in the Underbridge, but he makes most of his money hiring out the docks that back onto the tavern.
    Sir Aeryn Darvengian  (CE Male Chelaxian Rogue 4/Wizard 3/Arcante Trickster 4) — a demon-worshiping madman who sacrificed his family to his patron and was captured and thrown in the Hells dungeon.
    Sir Canayven Heidmarch (NG male Taldan ranger 8) — retired adventurer and venture-captain who founded the Pathfinder lodge in Heidmarch Manor in Naos District.
    Therhyn Raccas (LE half-elf rogue 9) — the one-armed half-elf leads the Night Scales gang.
    Todoban Boria (CE male Chelaxian expert 2/rogue 6) — proprietor of Boria's, a seemingly innocuous wine shop in the northern Naos district.
    Toth Bhreacher (N male human wizard 15) — owner and operator of the Golemworks in the Capital district.
    Ulisa Derexhi (female Chelaxian monk) — daughter of Randred Derexhi and member of the special force of the Derexhi mercenary company and freelance problem-solving business.
    Urtilia Mendion Scarnetti (LN female Chelaxian aristocrat 7) — matriarch of House Scarnetti.
    Valanni Krinst (NG male human aristocrat 1/rogue 3) — serves as Lord-Mayor Haldmeer Grobaras's personal assistant and messenger.
    Vanyavi Czanji (LE female Varisian sorcerer 6) — owns the Courtesan and Unicorn, an harrow parlor and brothel in Lowcleft district.
    Vert Aigerd (CG male old Varisian expert 5) — current harbormaster, based out of the building of the same name on Beacon's Point district.
    Vert Klydus (CN male Varisian alchemist 5/expert 2) — runs the drug den The Dreaming Dryad in Lowcleft district, providing expensive uncontaminated drugs to a discriminating clientele.
    Wumbrout Brios (LN male dwarf fighter 2/ expert 2) — an one-legged dwarf who oversees the day-to-day operations of the Heidmarch Manor.
    Yandine Derexhi (female Chelaxian aristocrat) — wife of Randred Derexhi.
    Zimandi Kaddren (N female Chelaxian/Varisian aristocrat 3/wizard 9) — current head of House Kaddren, one of the founding (and most well-respected) families of Magnimar.


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    Elorebaen wrote:

    Hello,

    I was curious if anyone had made an index of the Magnimarian NPCs and would be willing to share.

    Also, do we have a list of Magnimarian nobles?

    Thanks!
    E

    My list so far:

    Spoiler:
    Almya Gorangal (LE female Varisian wizard 4)
    Annamentus Jivorus (N male Chelaxian cleric of Pharasma 7)
    Annsa Shivarlu (LG female Mwangi bard 5/aristocrat 2)
    Anton Ghanafini
    Arrus Derexhi
    Ayamyra (CN female elf cleric of Calistria 7)
    Ayavah (CN hermaphrodite demon-blooded tiefling sorcerer 8)
    Bevaluu Zimantiu (CG female Varisian cleric of Desna 10)
    Bhax (white haired buttler of the Derexhi House)
    Billiver Billivin (CN male gnome alchemist 2/bard 1/ cleric of Sivanah 1/sorcerer 1/wizard 2)
    Bonto Geirbelyn Feste
    Captain Acacia Uriana (LG female human fighter 3/rogue 5)
    Captain Kasadei (NG female Varisian human fighter 3)
    Chaplain Tira Ronnova (LG female Chelaxian cleric of Iomedae 7/paladin 2)
    Cheiskaia Nirodin (CG female Chelaxian aristocrat 6)
    Commander Ismeir Odinburge (LG male human fighter 4/paladin 5 of Abadar)
    Doctor Ernst Landis (N male Chelaxian expert 5/wizard 5)
    Donal Carent (CN male Varisian rogue 5)
    Doolun Corveshku (CN male human rogue 3)
    Durstin Versade (NG male human expert 5)
    Ebrylis (LN male half-elf fighter 3)
    Eibadon Derexhi
    Elysi Crispin (NE Female half-elf investigator 10)
    Filuvia Mindurian (NG female Chelaxian expert 6)
    Golliver Haskinswurth (LG male Taldan expert 3/fighter 4)
    Gradon Scarnetti (LN male Chelaxian aristocrat 6/rogue 3)
    Haugen (NE male old Varisian rogue 6)
    Hobart Deverin (NG male Chelaxian/ Varisian aristocrat 5/expert 3)
    Iskola Derexhi
    Jacildria Quildarmo (LE female human aristocrat 3/expert 2)
    Jaster Frallino (CE male human fighter 5/rogue 4)
    Jayleen “Morning Dove” Mordove (CN female human bard 5)
    Joadric Heimurl (NG male Kellid barbarian 2/fighter 3)
    Jorston “Axetongue” Droaeb (LN male dwarf expert 4/fighter 3)
    Justice Cerelen Ironbriar (NE Male elf cleric of Norgorber 6/rogue 2)
    Kaleb Valdemar (CE male Chelaxian/Varisian wizard 9)
    Kassiel Iylmrain (NE male elf bard 7) half-elf dancer and counter-tenor of the Triodea
    Kayasi Zivatchi (N female Chelaxian bard 5)
    Khet Igersen (LN male Chelaxian expert 6)
    Khonderian (LN male Chelaxian rogue 7)
    Lady Vammiera Symirkova (NE female venerable human aristocrat 2/rogue 6/sorcerer 4)
    Lady Verrine Caiteil (LN female elf aristocrat 3/wizard 6)
    Leruu “Whitelips” Kantiki (CG female Taldan rogue 6)
    Lord Justice Bayl Argentine (LN male human aristocrat 6/ fighter 3)
    Lord Vetillus
    Lord-Mayor Haldmeer Grobaras (N male human aristocrat 9)
    Lorgell Fendus’s (LG male Chelaxian/ Varisian cleric of Erastil 5)
    Luma Derexhi (N female half-elf druid 5)
    Madam Irba Demerios (LN female Varisian/Shoanti expert 8)
    Madame Remeka Abantiir (CG aristocrat 5/cleric of Calistria 3)
    Maiveer Sloan (NE male Taldan rogue 11)
    Master Basaalee Minvandu (NE male Chelaxian ranger 6)
    Master Leis Nivlandis (NG male half-elf wizard 11)
    Miior Duvanti (NE female human rogue 6)
    Mivonis Vanderale (LN male Chelaxian aristocrat 5/rogue 5)
    Mizmina Symirkova (CE female human rogue 8/assassin 3)
    Morgamer Pug (N male halfling expert 5/wizard 1)
    Mother Flytongue (CN female Varisian rogue 4/alchemist 1)
    Nireed Wadincoast (CG male gnome expert 5/ranger 2)
    Odie Phexen (CN male human Chelaxian expert 3)
    Ol' Mam Grottle (NG female Varisian commoner 4/fighter 1)
    Ontor Derexhi
    Paralictor Darean Halst (LN male Chelaxian fighter 5/Hellknight 3)
    Proctor Jyronn Imikar (LG male Garundi cleric of Abadar 13)
    Randred Derexhi (LN Chelaxian aristocrat 3/ranger [urban ranger] 6)
    Rassimeri Jaijarko (CE male Varisian fighter 2/rogue 2)
    Remeria Callinova (CG female Varisian expert 4/rogue 2)
    Sabriyya Kalmeralm (LN female Keleshite rogue 12)
    Savasha Versaede (CG female Chelaxian/ Varisian aristocrat 3/bard 3)
    Seeshah Raccas (CN female half-elf sorcerer 8)
    Sheila Heidmarch (LN female Taldan fighter 3/monk 4)
    Siov Cassimeel (NE male elf sorcerer 7)
    Sir Aeryn Darvengian (CE Male Chelaxian Rogue 4/Wizard 3/Arcante Trickster 4)
    Sir Canayven Heidmarch (NG male Taldan ranger 8)
    Therhyn Raccas (LE half-elf rogue 9)
    Todoban Boria (CE male Chelaxian expert 2/rogue 6)
    Toth Bhreacher (N male human wizard 15)
    Ulisa Derexhi
    Urtilia Mendion Scarnetti (LN female Chelaxian aristocrat 7)
    Valanni Krinst (NG male human aristocrat 1/rogue 3)
    Vanns Wynmerd (LG male dwarf fighters)
    Vanyavi Czanji (LE female Varisian sorcerer 6)
    Vert Aigerd (CG male old Varisian expert 5)
    Vert Klydus (CN male Varisian alchemist 5/expert 2)
    Wumbrout Brios (LN male dwarf fighter 2/ expert 2)
    Yandine Derexhi
    Zimandi Kaddren (N female Chelaxian/Varisian aristocrat 3/wizard 9)​


    Nice work, Jhaeman.

    For sure the Stone of the Seekers (arcanists’ school; specializes in abjuration and divination magic on Keystone District), the Ravenfoot Corner (small school for alchemists and apothecaries​ on Beacon's Point), the School of the Four Winds (​monastic academy dedicated to the natural world​ on Capital District) and the Heidmarch Manor (Pathfinder lodge on Alabaster Discrict) must have some sort of libraries too.


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    I made a Wheel o the Year to help my players understand the passage of time and the seasons, so they could interact more with the Golarion calendar and its meaning in the setting.

    I thought it would be interesting to share it with the community.

    Absalom Reckoning - Wheel of the Year (Versions in English and Portuguese)


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    I made a Wheel o the Year to help my players understand the passage of time and the seasons, so they could interact more with the Golarion calendar and its meaning in the setting.

    I thought it would be interesting to share it with the community.

    Absalom Reckoning - Wheel of the Year (Versions in English and Portuguese)


    Quantum Steve wrote:
    Yes. UE removes this limitation. It even places Brilliant Energy on the Ranged Weapon Enhancement table noting that it works with projectile weapons like bows.

    This is odd. So why did not this limitation was removed from the Pathfinder Reference Document and from the most recent prints of the Corerulebook?


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    Can a paladin with divine bond with his ranged weapon use the property of brilliant energy on it? By doing so could he shoot arrows of brilliant energy?

    I ask this because in the CoreRulebook (page 470) the rules of the Brilliant Energy property explicitly tells that this property can only be applied to melee weapons, thrown weapons, and ammunition.

    However, in the Ultimate Equipment (page 136) there is no mention of this limitation.

    Corerulebook page 470 wrote:

    Brilliant Energy: A brilliant energy weapon has its significant portion transformed into light, although this does not modify the item's weight. It always gives off light as a torch (20-foot radius). A brilliant energy weapon ignores nonliving matter. Armor and shield bonuses to AC (including any enhancement bonuses to that armor) do not count against it because the weapon passes through armor. (Dexterity, deflection, dodge, natural armor, and other such bonuses still apply.) A brilliant energy weapon cannot harm undead, constructs, and objects. This property can only be applied to melee weapons, thrown weapons, and ammunition.

    Strong transmutation; CL 16th; Craft Magic Arms and Armor, gaseous form, continual flame; Price +4 bonus.

    http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd/coreRulebook/magicItems/weapons.html

    Ultimate Equipment page 136 wrote:

    BRILLIANT ENERGY

    Price +4 bonus; Aura strong transmutation; CL 16th; Weight
    A brilliant energy weapon has its significant portion transformed into light, although this does not modify the item's weight. It always gives off light as a torch (20-foot radius). A brilliant energy weapon ignores nonliving matter. Armor and shield bonuses to AC (including any enhancement bonuses to that armor) do not count against it because the weapon passes through armor. (Dexterity, deflection, dodge, natural armor, and other such bonuses still apply.) A brilliant energy weapon cannot harm undead, constructs, or objects.
    CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS
    Cost +4 bonus
    Craft Magic Arms and Armor, gaseous form, continual flame

    http://www.d20pfsrd.com/magic-items/magic-weapons/magic-weapon-special-abil ities/brilliant-energy
    http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd/ultimateEquipment/magicArmsAndArmor/weap onSpecialAbilities.html

    Corerulebook page 63 wrote:

    Divine Bond (Sp): Upon reaching 5th level, a paladin forms a divine bond with her god. This bond can take one of two forms. Once the form is chosen, it cannot be changed.

    The first type of bond allows the paladin to enhance her weapon as a standard action by calling upon the aid of a celestial spirit for 1 minute per paladin level. When called, the spirit causes the weapon to shed light as a torch. At 5th level, this spirit grants the weapon a +1 enhancement bonus. For every three levels beyond 5th, the weapon gains another +1 enhancement bonus, to a maximum of +6 at 20th level. These bonuses can be added to the weapon, stacking with existing weapon bonuses to a maximum of +5, or they can be used to add any of the following weapon properties: axiomatic, brilliant energy, defending, disruption, flaming, flaming burst, holy, keen, merciful, and speed. Adding these properties consumes an amount of bonus equal to the property's cost (see Table: Melee Weapon Special Abilities). These bonuses are added to any properties the weapon already has, but duplicate abilities do not stack. If the weapon is not magical, at least a +1 enhancement bonus must be added before any other properties can be added. The bonus and properties granted by the spirit are determined when the spirit is called and cannot be changed until the spirit is called again. The celestial spirit imparts no bonuses if the weapon is held by anyone other than the paladin but resumes giving bonuses if returned to the paladin. These bonuses apply to only one end of a double weapon. A paladin can use this ability once per day at 5th level, and one additional time per day for every four levels beyond 5th, to a total of four times per day at 17th level.

    If a weapon bonded with a celestial spirit is destroyed, the paladin loses the use of this ability for 30 days, or until she gains a level, whichever comes first. During this 30-day period, the paladin takes a –1 penalty on attack and weapon damage rolls.

    http://www.d20pfsrd.com/classes/core-classes/paladin#TOC-Divine-Bond-Sp-
    http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd/coreRulebook/classes/paladin.html#paladi n


    Is a brilliant energy ranged weapon (like a bow) affected by strong winds?

    Quote:

    Brilliant Energy

    Price +4 bonus
    Aura strong transmutation; CL 16th; Weight

    DESCRIPTION

    A brilliant energy weapon has its significant portion transformed into light, although this does not modify the item's weight. It always gives off light as a torch (20-foot radius). A brilliant energy weapon ignores nonliving matter. Armor and shield bonuses to AC (including any enhancement bonuses to that armor) do not count against it because the weapon passes through armor. (Dexterity, deflection, dodge, natural armor, and other such bonuses still apply.) A brilliant energy weapon cannot harm undead, constructs, or objects.

    CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS

    Craft Magic Arms and Armor, gaseous form, continual flame; Cost +4 bonus
    LINK

    Quote:

    Winds

    The wind can create a stinging spray of sand or dust, fan a large fire, keel over a small boat, and blow gases or vapors away. If powerful enough, it can even knock characters down (see Table: Wind Effects), interfere with ranged attacks, or impose penalties on some skill checks.

    Light Wind: A gentle breeze, having little or no game effect.

    Moderate Wind: A steady wind with a 50% chance of extinguishing small, unprotected flames, such as candles.

    Strong Wind: Gusts that automatically extinguish unprotected flames (candles, torches, and the like). Such gusts impose a –2 penalty on ranged attack rolls and on Perception checks.

    Severe Wind: In addition to automatically extinguishing any unprotected flames, winds of this magnitude cause protected flames (such as those of lanterns) to dance wildly and have a 50% chance of extinguishing these lights. Ranged weapon attacks and Perception checks are at a –4 penalty. This is the velocity of wind produced by a gust of wind spell.

    Windstorm: Powerful enough to bring down branches if not whole trees, windstorms automatically extinguish unprotected flames and have a 75% chance of blowing out protected flames, such as those of lanterns. Ranged weapon attacks are impossible, and even siege weapons have a –4 penalty on attack rolls. Perception checks that rely on sound are at a –8 penalty due to the howling of the wind.

    Hurricane-Force Wind: All flames are extinguished. Ranged attacks are impossible (except with siege weapons, which have a –8 penalty on attack rolls). Perception checks based on sound are impossible: all characters can hear is the roaring of the wind. Hurricane-force winds often fell trees.

    Tornado (CR 10): All flames are extinguished. All ranged attacks are impossible (even with siege weapons), as are sound-based Perception checks. Instead of being blown away (see Table: Wind Effects), characters in close proximity to a tornado who fail their Fortitude saves are sucked toward the tornado. Those who come in contact with the actual funnel cloud are picked up and whirled around for 1d10 rounds, taking 6d6 points of damage per round, before being violently expelled (falling damage might apply). While a tornado's rotational speed can be as great as 300 mph, the funnel itself moves forward at an average of 30 mph (roughly 250 feet per round). A tornado uproots trees, destroys buildings, and causes similar forms of major destruction.
    LINK


    I have a doubt about the identification of the properties of magic weapons with enhancement bonus and special abilities.

    Quote:

    SPELLCRAFT: You are skilled at the art of casting spells, identifying magic items, crafting magic items, and identifying spells as they are being cast.

    Table: Spellcraft DCs: Identify the properties of a magic item using detect magic = DC 15 + item's caster level.

    Common Uses: Spellcraft is used whenever your knowledge and skill of the technical art of casting a spell or crafting a magic item comes into question. This skill is also used to identify the properties of magic items in your possession through the use of spells such as detect magic and identify. The DC of this check varies depending upon the task at hand.

    Determine Properties of Magic Item: Attempting to ascertain the properties of a magic item takes 3 rounds per item to be identified and you must be able to thoroughly examine the object. (PFCR 106)

    Quote:
    Caster Level for Weapons: The caster level of a weapon with a special ability is given in the item description. For an item with only an enhancement bonus and no other abilities, the caster level is three times the enhancement bonus. If an item has both an enhancement bonus and a special ability, the higher of the two caster level requirements must be met. (PFCR 468)

    What is the Difficulty Class of a Spellcraft check to identify the properties of a +2 runeforged longsword?

    DC 28 = DC 15 + CL 13 of the Runeforged Weapon; or
    DC 34 = DC 15 + 13 (Runeforged Weapon) + 6 (3 x +2 Enhancement Bonus);


    I have a doubt about the identification of the properties of Runeforged Weapons.

    My players have succeeded in creating runeforged weapons in Runeforge in Chapter 5. Although they know that these weapons are effective against Karzoug, they do not know about the other properties.

    What is the Difficulty Class of a Spellcraft checj to identify the properties of a runeforged weapon?
    Let's say a player has runeforged a longsword +2, what is the DC for that weapon?
    DC 28 = DC 15 + CL 13 of the Runeforged Weapon; or
    DC 34 = DC 15 + 13 (Runeforged Weapon) + 6 (3 x +2 Enhancement Bonus);


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    Here are some coat of arms of noble houses of Magnimar and Sandpoint, as well insignia of some organizations that I made for my campaign.

    Coat of Arms of the Noble Houses and Organizations from Sandpoint and Magnimar


    The Black Arrow's insignia was made by me as seen in this post. I almost forgot that. =)

    Stepchild of the Sun wrote:
    Also, if one of you lovely people could share the crest you'd used for house Deverin, that would be amazing, as one of my players is playing a relative of the family.

    As you wish:

    House Deverin Crest: This was entirely my creation. As the family has farms and breweries I used the chalice and the wheat garb as charges.

    Sandpoint Crest: This was inspirated in the concept of Connors in this post. As Sandpoint is known as the "Light of the Lost Coast" I thought to be appropriate to use the broken beacon tower and sun on a divided shield (sea and land) to symbolize the city.


    Digital Mystic wrote:

    Perhaps you could do a flattened image of the Magnimar Crest?

    Link Here

    I have been meaning to do one myself but haven't had the time.

    So, here it is:

    Magnimar Crest: Entirely based on the flag.

    And two more:

    House Kaijitsu Crest: This was entirely my creation. As the family has Eastern origin, I used as an inspirational an emblem on the banners of the Japanese samurai. In my mind, it represents the glasswork.

    Hellknights Crest: The Ennead Star serves as the symbol of the Hellknights, representing not just the knighthood but also its core disciplines. Based on the symbol found in the Pathfinder Adventure Path #27: What Lies in Dust (Council of Thieves 3 of 6) where is explained its meaning.


    I made more two:

    House Valdemar Crest: This was entirely my creation. As the family once generated significant revenue through their fishing, shipping, and logging businesses, I thought it would be appropriate to use a ship and a fish as figures. The ring in the mouth of the fish symbolizes the wealth of origin family.

    Pathfinder Society: Nothing new here. The Open Road Glyph is the worldwide known symbol of the Pathfinders as seen in Pathfinder Chronicles: Seekers of Secrets.


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    Dammit, the link of the map above was in low resolution. Here is the real thing:
    Map - Hook Mountain Clanhold 106x68 squares with grid


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    After reserching about coat of arms of the noble houses and organizations based in Sandpoint and Magnimar for my campaign, I saw that there are very few references about.

    Based on few descriptions I found, I made the following illustrations:

    House Scarnetti Crest: I made this based on the illustration of Titus Scarnetti with a mascle in his clothes.

    House Derexhi Crest: I made this based on the description of the crest in the novel Blood of the City by Robin D. Laws: "a falcon rampant with a silver sword clutched in its talon".

    Lord-Mayor Haldmeer Grobaras Crest: I made this based on the description of the crest in the novel Blood of the City by Robin D. Laws: "a pelican, its beak gaping, fishtails lolling from its pouch".

    House Foxglove Crest: I made this based on the description of the crest in the Chapter II of the Rise of the Runelords Adventure Path: "a heraldic symbol of a curious flower surrounded by thorns".

    House Indros Crest: This was entirely my creation. I made it up that when Alcaydian Indros founded Magnimar he also began his house and took as an emblem the sea monster Vydrarch and his sword that defeated it on the field color of the god Aroden.

    Aspis Consortium Emblem: I made this based on the description of the emblem in the Chapter 5 of the Pathfinder Campaign Setting: The Inner Sea World Guide: "Nearly 200 years ago, a Chelish ship put into port at the Osirian capital of Sothis, its sails marked with the emblem of three intertwined asps".

    Did someone created a coat of arms for a noble house for your campaign? How are they?


    RuyanVe wrote:

    Once again many thanks to all the contributors here! Especially the maps create great immersion and look fantastic.

    I've a quick question: Am I right that B. Watford's maps of the Hookmountain clanhold are on the wrong 1 square = 5ftx5ft scale and that the map by GustavoMalek fix that problem for me?

    Thanks in advance.

    Ruyan.

    RuyanVe, my map is in the correct scale and follows the exact pattern of the dungeon from the book.

    If you want to print, here is a bigger version with grid (1 square = 5ftx5ft):

    Map - Hook Mountain Clanhold 106x68 squares with grid


    I forgot something: for further description of the Bronze House see Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Magnimar, City of Monuments and Pathfinder Society Scenario #7–03: The Bronze House Reprisal


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    In my campaign the discovery of Thassilonian Library in Chapter 3 led to the involvement of the Aspis Consortium. So I ended up making the battlemap of the Bronze House in Magnimar.

    Bronze House 28x36


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    Digital Mystic wrote:

    Lemonadedeath, I managed to find a spot where someone else had uploaded Cinchbugs old map. Not exactly a battlemap, but still it is good to know that it isn't lost to the sands of time with many of his other maps.

    Cathedral Interior by Cinchbug

    And here is a slightly updated and more detailed basic map in PDF form

    Sandpoint Cathedral Map by Cynge

    Great work, Digital Mystic. I loved the wood part of the Cathedral. But It looks like it does not fit well in a squared grid.

    But It looks like it does not fit well in a squared grid. Is it 60'x70'? Could you do a version with grids?


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    But in the Inner Sea World Guide is written:

    Quote:
    Nearly 200 years ago, a Chelish ship put into port at the Osirian capital of Sothis, its sails marked with the emblem of three intertwined asps.

    So I made this new Aspis Consortium Emblem with three intertwined asps


    Matthew Downie wrote:

    I think Gustavo is talking about this:

    Quote:
    Magical Items: Magic items always get saving throws. A magic item's Fortitude, Reflex, and Will save bonuses are equal to 2 + half its caster level. An attended magic item either makes saving throws as its owner or uses its own saving throw bonus, whichever is better.

    Exactly, Matthew.

    And a weapon with 2 special habilities? I pick the highter CL of the special habilities too?


    In Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting page 189 there is a description:

    Quote:

    The world regards the Aspis Consortium, under

    its ubiquitous banner of a rampant serpent upon a shield, with
    equal measures of respect and worry.

    In the module River into Darkness, there is a portrait of the npc Kelim Esteban with a porcelain golden asp and green shield brooch.

    With that, I did this to my games: Aspis Consortium emblem

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