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Fantastic!

5/5

I love this book! The world and lore are my favorite part of Pathfinder, and Qadira has always been one of my favorite parts of the setting. This book does a great job, and gives me so much that I can use to flesh out my Qadiran characters. Please keep these types of books coming I would love to see something similar to this that deals with Vudra!


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4/5

The investigation part of this scenario is great. The chase scene is significantly improved, and some of my players even enjoyed it! The combats are the only(very slight) downside. While combat isn't very important to making this scenario work it shouldn't feel like a foregone conclusion. I think the scenario would have gone exactly the same if I'd just narrated the fights and moved on. That is the only reason this doesn't receive five stars.


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4/5

Played this at PaizoCon with a fun group and a great GM. I thought it was challenging though not overly so. Interestingly the scenario contained plenty of cool Gloomspires flavor, but very little of it seemed to be contained in the dungeon itself. Still the end definitely left me wanting to play the next part right now!


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Just awesome!

5/5

The Gloomspires are an amazing setting, and Labyrinth has earned its place as the successor to Hall of the Flesh Eaters. The tone and mood are spot on, and there are some really great encounters that continue in the same vein as the original scenario in that they remain true to the setting yet are new and unique. I had a blast playing this, and I can't wait to GM it!


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5/5

I really enjoyed this scenario. Unfortunately I haven't played the scenarios that lead up to this, but it was still fantastic. The NPC that returns in this is awesome, and led to some really great RP(we spent 45 minutes or so RP'ing the briefing.) The scenario itself continued the trend of rewarding skillful characters, but included some really interesting combat encounters as well. The setting is really the icing on the demon tainted cake. I absolutely love adventuring in the Worldwound, and the Sarkoris/Godcaller lore is one of the cooler things about the region. Having played this, and From Under Ice I can say that Andrew Hoskins is becoming one of my favorite scenario authors.


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BOOM! Mind blown!

5/5

This scenario is a wake up call meant to show you what high level play is meant to be, and it does an excellent job. This is not for the faint of heart and you should absolutely get the very best GM and group of players you can to run this with, but it is an absolute blast from start to finish. Every second of this scenario whether it be in combat or during role playing your character has real consequences for the rest of the series. I can't recommend this enough.

Edit: Playing a good selection of scenarios from season 0-1 is ideal, but a great GM like the one I had can overcome this and make it feel completely relevant even now(I had played a fair number of the relevant scenarios, but only a few on the character that played this series.)


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This scenario is "Shiny shiny."

5/5

Great Scenario. I had a blast playing this, and it looked like it was probably a lot of fun to GM.

The characters are well developed from backstory to abilities to their gear. Each of them seemed to get their moments to shine in the scenario.

Its been said before, but I will reiterate: amazing NPC. The roleplaying involved with that character was hilarious. We NEED to see more of this character.

While there is certainly the potential for the mid-section to run overly long it can be a great opportunity for player creativity, and a good GM can really make this run pretty smoothly.

The final section was outstanding in my opinion: great setting/flavor, cool lore, and an interesting final encounter.

My hats off to mister Hillman. One of my favorites.


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More like this please!

5/5

I had a great time running this. Its setting instantly became one of my favorites, and it delivered on all fronts: really cool encounters that are a blast to run or play, a creepy atmosphere that that you can really play up as the GM, and the opportunity for some really awesome roleplaying.

Send us back to Sevenfingers Tomb ASAP!


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Highly recommended

5/5

This was a great scenario I like the story arc its setting up, and it was well written with a really fun encounter at the end.


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Almost 5 stars

4/5

I admit its somewhat petty, but this doesn't get 5 stars just because prepping the maps was a serious pain (ok one map in particular).

Other than that though I ran this for a group of 4 in high tier, and it was loads of fun.
1. Good roleplaying
2. Interesting creatures
3. Puzzle solving
This continues the run of awesome scenarios I've played/run in season 6. Great Job!


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Entertaining from start to finish!

5/5

This scenario has it all. Creative encounters, challenging combat, interesting lore, and the option to get in some really fun roleplaying when interacting with some of the NPC's. I can't think of anything I'd change about this scenario!

It also has the added benefit as others have pointed out of continuing the story of the Jeweled Sages in a very cool way.

I rarely GM, and when I do it's usually just to give our ususal GM a break but after playing Beacon Below at a convention I literally can't wait to run it for my home group!


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A fun scenario for role playing

4/5

The scenario was very good in my opinion. It was a good intro to Numerian tech for PFS, it allowed for some fun interaction between the party and the NPCs, and it balanced the ratio of combat to no-combat challenges pretty well.

If it suffered from anything it was that the combat wasn't challenging enough for my party, and we had a group of 3 non optimized but generally well built characters plus the GM running the PreGen Merisel.

I agree with other reviewers that the Technologist feat requirement is a bit annoying, but I understand the reasoning behind it. A society where basic firearms and steampower are cutting edge technology is going to be completely at a loss when faced with a computer. Anyway I don't feel that issues with the Technologist feat should reflect badly on the scenario as it is a Pathfinder system mechanic, and not something unique to this scenario.

Great start to Season 6 guys!