Pathfinder Adventure Path #62: Curse of the Lady's Light (Shattered Star 2 of 6) (PFRPG)

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Chapter 2: "Curse of the Lady's Light"
by Mike Shel

Varisia’s newest heroes have stumbled across a powerful relic from the ancient empire of Thassilon—yet the artifact has been sundered into seven fragments. The third of these fragments lies in the swampy Mushfens south of the city of Magnimar, hidden within an ancient, towering lighthouse known as the Lady’s Light. With squabbling boggards, troglodytes, and other swamp monsters dwelling around the ruins, approaching the Light will require either stealth or bravado. But the threats posed by slimy and scaly humanoids pale in comparison to the exiled Gray Maidens who have claimed the interior of the Light as their new headquarters, or to the sinister curse that afflicts the powerful, ancient caretaker of the ruin.

    This volume of Pathfinder Adventure Path continues the Shattered Star Adventure Path and includes:
  • “Curse of the Lady’s Light,” a Pathfinder RPG adventure for 5th-level characters, by Mike Shel.
  • The sadistic secrets of the Gray Maidens, a militaristic order once fiercely loyal to an evil, deposed queen, by F. Wesley Schneider.
  • The secret ways, peerless techniques, and ancient traditions of Torag, stern god of the forge, protection, and strategy, by Sean K Reynolds.
  • Alchemy and housebreaking in the Pathfinder’s Journal, by Bill Ward.
  • Four new monsters, by Levi Miles, Sean K Reynolds, and Mike Shel.

Each monthly full-color softcover Pathfinder Adventure Path volume contains an in-depth adventure scenario, stats for several new monsters, and support articles meant to give Game Masters additional material to expand their campaign. Pathfinder Adventure Path volumes use the Open Game License and work with both the Pathfinder RPG and the world’s oldest fantasy RPG.

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Ok Adventure but needs Bestiary 3

1/5

The actual adventure is good, but i'm annoyed that a standalone adventure (or at least part of a series) requires Bestiary 3. There is no warning about this on the product text or rear cover, the only note is in the copyright text page on the inside.

If playing the game requires a series of supplements as well they should really be 100% clear about that, otherwise you reach certain parts and find the monster texts are missing.

Even if there was a warning, its still annoying to have to refer to a another book to get a stat block that given how few monsters are in these books, could easily have been included.


The New Old School

5/5

Reminicent of Castle Maure and Sins of the Saviors, this adventure harkens back to what made strapping on a backpack and jumping into dangerous ruins fun in the first place. Wierd magic, check. Strange and powerful oppenents, check. Loot, check. It's just crazy enough for most people without going too far, even if I personally wish there was more.

As a bonus, info on the Grey Maidens and the aftermath of the Crimson Throne adventure path. I really enjoyed these sections as well, I'd consider them a must have for running the old adventure paths to flesh out one of the major opponents of the campaign.

On top of that, this book has some fantastic art.

The only criticism I can think of is that there's not enough of it, a great product all round.


Rekindled My Love For Pathfinder!!!

5/5

I have been running Pathfinder Adventure Paths since issue #1, but I have not been inspired enough to write a review of any product until now. After being somewhat disappointed by several aspects of the last year or so of issues, Mike Shel's "Curse of the Lady's Light" has been a revelation. It reminds me why I fell in love with the Pathfinder line in the first place.

The adventure itself is chock-full of inspired encounters, fantastic locations, and memorable NPCs. Not just another dungeon crawl, the adventure provides a wealth of roleplaying opportunities within the dungeon and its surrounding environs. I constantly giggled to myself as I read the module, marveling at the ingenuity on display here. The traps are clever (especially the one that has already generated lots of buzz on the messageboards), and the challenges can be rather deadly if the PCs are not careful. My group of six experienced gamers almost suffered a TPK against the resident of area K21!

The support articles are solid, as well. I wish I had the article about the Gray Maidens was out while I was running "Curse of the Crimson Throne." There are numerous great NPCs in there to help fill the roster of that previously mostly faceless organization. Special kudos for including the first official appearance of a girdle of gender on Golarion. :) I'll admit that I had very little interest in the god Torag before reading the article in this issue, but now I have a better understanding regarding what he's all about. The monsters in the bestiary are fine foes to face. Torag's herald is particularly awesome.

Be sure to make use of the free web enhancement when running the adventure as well: Jasper Kandemarus is an essential addition to the adventure!

Mike Shel knocked this adventure out of the ballpark, and I'd heartily recommend it to any gaming group. Even if you're not running "Shattered Star," this would make a great stand-alone adventure as well. Paizo, please allow Mike Shel to write more adventure path installments in the future! If you do so, you will make me one very satisfied customer.


An Essential Sequel to Curse of the Crimson Throne

5/5

Let us put aside this product as a member of the Shattered Star AP for a second, you don't need this review if you're looking at this module as a member of that AP. You're probably going to buy it anyway, and why not? It's a pretty inventive and fun Dungeon Crawl, and it fits well into the AP as a whole. If you're running the AP you'll probably run this module.

This Review isn't for those people. This is a review for people who are not planning on running this as part of the Shattered Star AP, this is a review for people who are running Curse of the Crimson Throne (or some other Runelord focused campaign). Be aware, this entire review will be full of spoilers for both this module and Curse of the Crimson Throne. These spoilers will not be marked.

First off, the articles for this module are on Torag, and the Gray Maidens. The Torag article is interesting, but doesn't really bear any relation to the topic of this review, so we'll be skipping it. The article on the Gray Maidens however, is essential both for those intending to run Curse of the Crimson Throne while they are running that path, and as a sort of epilogue to the path. The article comes in the form of a brief explanation of who the Gray Maidens are, followed by a listing of several different prominent Gray Maidens listed by how the fallout from the ending of Curse of the Crimson Throne effected them. Leaders, fanatics, those scarred by their experiences, repentant Gray Maidens, and even those for whom removing the armor has not been an option. This includes gray maidens for a wide range of character levels, from Sabina Merrin, to more humble personages. The characters range from a disgraced priestess of Urgathoa, to a Wizard who was conscripted into the force against her will, to Hellknights both volunteer and conscripted. All of these NPCs can help a DM running Crimson Throne by providing additional (female) NPCs both during, and after the events of Curse of the Crimson Throne. The article also explains the fallout and public perception of Gray Maidens in Korvosa after the events of Curse of the Crimson Throne and includes a Role statblock (similar to those in the new Player companion line products such as the Varisia companion) for making new Gray Maidens.

So that's one part of the module, the next part of the Module that is of relevance to someone who either is running or has run Crimson Throne, is the adventure itself. At its most fundamental level, this is an adventure where you chase after a group of rogue Gray Maidens bent on revenge against Korvosa into the Runelord Sorshen's country house (which happens to resemble a 200ft tall statue of liberty). The Adventure itself is solid, including encounters with "Sorshen" and a strongly flavored Lust-based dungeon that manages to avoid most of the more questionable sort of content that was present in for example, the hook mountain massacre. This modules serves very easily as a stand alone followup to Crimson Throne (for a new party of course), or as an intro or part of a set to a custom campaign involving either Sorshen or any of the other Runelords.

As an aside, all Monsters found within the book are either included specifically or easily found for free within: http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd/.


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Silver Crusade

Gorbacz wrote:


Now be nice and copy-paste that into a 5-star review of the product...

WAY too unorganized and stream-of-consciousness-y. Reviews always feel awkward to me when they're meant to be put out for all to see, because if I put that up I'd feel like I need to put up my honest thoughts on other products that I had strong feelings on(both good and bad)*, and I really do hate being negative, especially in a venue where it feels like I'm bashing on a product from a company I really like right on the steps of their store. Just feels awkward.

Half-awake ramblings on the forums without much of a filter though, just to share thoughts on a product with other readers and the writers, comes through more naturally. Just wanted to send positive vibes, because I came into Shattered Star with a number of worries and this book really came through.

Besides, we have Dark Mistress and Endzeitgeist for that, don't we? ;)

Is half-awake now

*

Spoiler:
Kind of like how I wrote a review for the Orcs of Golarion Paper Mini set, but not for the Orcs of Golarion book. One I really loved, one I really, really didn't. I didn't want to dump on the latter right on their store, but it still feels uneven doing something for the product I like and not for the product I didn't. Maybe not all that rational, but there ya go.

Dark Archive

I haven't done a review in some time and that is unlikely to change any time in the near future for a few reasons.

The Exchange

Why... is the PDF.... not avilable for download yet.... Want this so much...

:P


Lord Snow wrote:

Why... is the PDF.... not avilable for download yet.... Want this so much...

:P

My thoughts exactly... *sigh*


PDF: Unavailable

PLease tell me that this is not for always, it sounds so "its never gonnna to be released as pdf-likish"

Also what are the monsters?

Dark Archive

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Sincubus wrote:
Also what are the monsters?

Bogwid - aberration

Bogwiggle (toad hound) - aberration
Grand Defender - Herald of Torag
Thassilonian sentinels (bronze, marble) - construct

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Mikaze wrote:

Besides, we have Dark Mistress and Endzeitgeist for that, don't we? ;)

Is half-awake now

*** spoiler omitted **

DM is done with reviews and EZG reviews only 3PP stuff. IT'S DOWN TO US.

Contributor

Mikaze wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:


Now be nice and copy-paste that into a 5-star review of the product...

WAY too unorganized and stream-of-consciousness-y. Reviews always feel awkward to me when they're meant to be put out for all to see, because if I put that up I'd feel like I need to put up my honest thoughts on other products that I had strong feelings on(both good and bad)*, and I really do hate being negative, especially in a venue where it feels like I'm bashing on a product from a company I really like right on the steps of their store. Just feels awkward.

Half-awake ramblings on the forums without much of a filter though, just to share thoughts on a product with other readers and the writers, comes through more naturally. Just wanted to send positive vibes, because I came into Shattered Star with a number of worries and this book really came through.

Besides, we have Dark Mistress and Endzeitgeist for that, don't we? ;)

Is half-awake now

*** spoiler omitted **

While I certainly appreciate any feedback, especially the kind of longer form feedback you provided, I think starred reviews end up drawing more attention to products. Indeed, when searching a product line I always order them by customer review scores.

Let me, then, also encourage you to post an official star-scored review and encourage others to do the same, even those who want to give it less than a stellar rating.

Dark Archive

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Gorbacz wrote:
DM is done with reviews and EZG reviews only 3PP stuff. IT'S DOWN TO US.

The thing about reviews is that, as long as they're well written, constructive, honest, and contain no personal attacks, any decent company would welcome bad reviews as much as they would good ones. Bad reviews that meet the above criteria is an excellent way to let the company know what you think needs to be changed in future products. They may or may not agree with the customer's point of view, and that's fair. But feedback, good AND bad, from Paizo's customers is what's driven their business to such great heights of success, along with talent, passion, and excellent business sense, of course.

Of course, all of that can easily be accomplished with a message board post. Absolutely. But by writing a formal review, you make your feedback very easy to find in a way that doesn't necessarily require browsing through dozens or hundreds of posts.

So yeah, as the bag said, IT'S DOWN TO US.

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

My 1-star review of Memory of Darkness still haunts me at night. Why did I have to write it? WHYYYYYY????

Contributor, RPG Superstar 2010 Top 4

That's a fine trap indeed.

To add to the review discussion, yes-a less than perfect review that is polite and not snarky is still helpful. I think too many reviewers fall into the trap of trying to be witty and clever, and that doesn't come across well to me unless it's mostly glowing review. If you have to be critical, stick to the points and don't ascribe qualities to the author-just explain it to me.

And formal reviews are easier to locate, or even focus on, because you know WHY you're wading through a wall of text.


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber

The PDF might be unavailable due to some technical problems the PDF that was made available to subscribers presents.


Ravenmantle wrote:
Sincubus wrote:
Also what are the monsters?

Bogwid - aberration

Bogwiggle (toad hound) - aberration
Grand Defender - Herald of Torag
Thassilonian sentinels (bronze, marble) - construct

Thanks, the Bogwid what is it? This bestiary doesn't sound that interesting to me however... ANother troll/goblin hound wannabe, a unique monster I never like that much and a construct... Too bad.

Web Product Manager

The PDF product had a slight issue when it was set up in our system. It is available for purchase now.


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
Chris Lambertz wrote:
The PDF product had a slight issue when it was set up in our system. It is available for purchase now.

Has something been done about the display problems on Apple systems?

Web Product Manager

Zaister wrote:
Has something been done about the display problems on Apple systems?

The issue is part something we can fix, part something we can't (because part of it is Apple's rendering engine). However, expect an update by the end of the week (an email will automatically be sent out for this).


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber

Thanks, Chris!

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Sincubus wrote:
Ravenmantle wrote:
Sincubus wrote:
Also what are the monsters?

Bogwid - aberration

Bogwiggle (toad hound) - aberration
Grand Defender - Herald of Torag
Thassilonian sentinels (bronze, marble) - construct

Thanks, the Bogwid what is it? This bestiary doesn't sound that interesting to me however... ANother troll/goblin hound wannabe, a unique monster I never like that much and a construct... Too bad.

While I'm not responsible for all the bestiary entries, I think they are really cool and judgment shoudl be suspended until you actually see them.

Spoiler:

I'm particularly proud of the bogwid, in all of its disgusting, Lovecraftian horribleness.

The Thassilonian sentinels are not your average constructs, they have an alien, creepy vibe. Two forms are described (bronze and marble), but of course the door is open for many different varieties.

The bogwiggles are the "degenerate spawn of boggards," essentially boggard hatchlings that have been deliberately stunted. Two variant forms are included.

The grand defender is powerful CR 15 construct, tied into the Torag deity article.

The first three all make appearances in the AP...

Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I think that if you enjoyed the product, you should definitely review it. of course, I may be biased in this particular case, being the only one with a review up.

Almost as importantly, if you did NOT enjoy the product you should say so (respectfully) in a review. It not only allows the business to change things, it also helps other people like you from being disappointed in the company's products. I'm much less likely to shop at a company that has grievously disappointed me once before, even if subsequent products are perfectly fine. Reviews help to stop that phenomenon, either by preventing me from being disappointed, or by warning me before hand so that the awful shock of disappointment isn't so terrible.

Another reason to review is that people use the product for different reasons. My review is as a GM currently running Crimson Throne. but a GM trying to slot the module into an unrelated campaign might have a different review, and a person running Shattered star as a whole might have yet another idea.

So long as you are respectful, reviews are always helpful, no matter the score you give.


"degenerate spawn of boggards"

Ahhh, that sound much better than Toadhound!

I'm curious about the two aberrations, but constructs never really appeal to me other than SOulbound Dolls, Cannon Golems and Scarecrows.

Dark Archive

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Just to be clear, toadhound wasn't something I made up. It's another name for the monster mentioned in the text. That said, "spawn of boggards" certainly does sound cooler. :)

Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I'm a BIG fan of the Thassilonian Sentinels and here's why:

Spoiler:
They're not just any constructs, they're the heads of particular statues, attached to what are basically spider legs, any statue in the hallway could hide one. Did that statue turn it's head? Wasn't it looking the other way? Didn't that statue have a head a moment ago? what's that skittering sound? Sure there are Cartydid columns and other statues moving, and people expect those. they don't expect the HEADS to be the entirety of the construct)


Wait a minute, are they stone heads? Based on the stone heads from easter Island?

Are the legs mechanical or organic? I really hope they are organic, then I would dig them for sure.


Best. Adventure. Ever!

Well, ok, a slight exaggeration but this adventure not only has everything I look for in an adventure but took me right back to the whole Castle Maure/Mordenkainen's Fantastic Adventure vibe that was what I fell in love with waaay back in 1e. Not as Gygaxian, of course, but any time a dungeon throws crazy awesome wierd magical stuff around I am a happy, happy, gamer! :D

Paizo Employee Creative Director

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Shasazar wrote:

Best. Adventure. Ever!

Well, ok, a slight exaggeration but this adventure not only has everything I look for in an adventure but took me right back to the whole Castle Maure/Mordenkainen's Fantastic Adventure vibe that was what I fell in love with waaay back in 1e. Not as Gygaxian, of course, but any time a dungeon throws crazy awesome wierd magical stuff around I am a happy, happy, gamer! :D

I suspect you'll get a kick out of the next four dungeons to come then!

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Shasazar wrote:
Best. Adventure. Ever!

Please.Post.A.Review.

Seriously, I love the kind words, but it's even better when people give products formal ratings. This goes for both positive and negative reviews.


Adventure Path Charter Subscriber
Mike Shel wrote:
Shasazar wrote:
Best. Adventure. Ever!

Please.Post.A.Review.

Seriously, I love the kind words, but it's even better when people give products formal ratings. This goes for both positive and negative reviews.

I've posted my own review of this excellent product. Kudos to you, Mr. Shel! I look forward to more great adventures from you in the future! :)

Paizo Employee Managing Developer

Brainiac wrote:
Mike Shel wrote:
Shasazar wrote:
Best. Adventure. Ever!

Please.Post.A.Review.

Seriously, I love the kind words, but it's even better when people give products formal ratings. This goes for both positive and negative reviews.

I've posted my own review of this excellent product. Kudos to you, Mr. Shel! I look forward to more great adventures from you in the future! :)

Thanks for the review, and especially thanks for mentioning the support articles. I'm glad you liked them!


Sincubus wrote:

Wait a minute, are they stone heads? Based on the stone heads from easter Island?

Are the legs mechanical or organic? I really hope they are organic, then I would dig them for sure.

The Stone Giants are influenced by Easter Island. These are not. Think more like "normal statues of humans" where the heads suddenly sprout mechanical legs and move on their own (at least, that's what the artwork looked like).

Silver Crusade

Fiiiiiiine. I'll try to get a review up ASAP once work and Wayfinder submissions are settled down. ;)

On the Thassilonian Sentinels, the opening artwork for the Bestiary really makes one want to have a sentient, dangerously intelligent one somewhere. It's that pose that does it.

Give it some way of shaping its head, and they could really blend into the background of Magnimar.


Mike Shel wrote:
Shasazar wrote:
Best. Adventure. Ever!

Please.Post.A.Review.

Seriously, I love the kind words, but it's even better when people give products formal ratings. This goes for both positive and negative reviews.

Oh, I would have except last time I tried posting a review on this site it wouldn't accept the entry. I'll try again, let's see if it sticks this time.

EDIT: IT WORKED! Praise be, the curse has been lifted! Now lets see if it works for all the things I couldn't review when I tried before...

Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Shasazar wrote:
Mike Shel wrote:
Shasazar wrote:
Best. Adventure. Ever!

Please.Post.A.Review.

Seriously, I love the kind words, but it's even better when people give products formal ratings. This goes for both positive and negative reviews.

Oh, I would have except last time I tried posting a review on this site it wouldn't accept the entry. I'll try again, let's see if it sticks this time.

EDIT: IT WORKED! Praise be, the curse has been lifted! Now lets see if it works for all the things I couldn't review when I tried before...

I've found if you take too long between opening up the review panel to type a review and clicking "Submit" it times out. Just copy paste the review before you hit submit, or hit back on your browser to get it back.


I see someone gave it a 1 star review for using a book most off us consider core..IE Bestiary 3

And if it comes to the crunch aren't the Monsters from that in the PRD?

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
DM Wellard wrote:

I see someone gave it a 1 star review for using a book most off us consider core..IE Bestiary 3

And if it comes to the crunch aren't the Monsters from that in the PRD?

Well, it's not the first time that somebody uses the review system to vent frustration at their own failed Perception rolls.

Dark Archive

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
DM Wellard wrote:

I see someone gave it a 1 star review for using a book most off us consider core..IE Bestiary 3

And if it comes to the crunch aren't the Monsters from that in the PRD?

Kind of suprised thay havent realised a lot of the Ap books use monsters from Bestiaries 2 and 3


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
Gorbacz wrote:
Well, it's not the first time that somebody uses the review system to vent frustration at their own failed Perception rolls.

Interesting to see that most of the time these are from people who haven't posted any review before, or as in this case, even a single forum post.

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Mike, this corner of Internet is for negativity and customer entitlement. Zaister's comment is spot on - you will find dozens of 1-star reviews that have little to do with the content of the product, but instead are a display of poorly managed blood pressure and missed expectations.

Treat anything positive as unexpected bonus. Hey, I'm off to review CotLL because it's friggin' pwnsome.

Contributor

Gorbacz wrote:
Mike, this corner of Internet...

Heh. Deleted it mere moments after I posted it, because I'm classy that way.

You may have been the post's only witness.

This means I will have to kill you.

On the other hand, all I know of Poland is you and Krzysztof Kieslowski, whose films I adore. Perhaps you needn't die.

For now.


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What Gorb said.

I have never actually posted a review, but is there an explanation of what the stars imply? Maybe there should be, in light of the review we are speaking of.

That aside, this is an awesome adventure. There is this really great feeling of adventure permeating this AP that started in the first volume and continues in spades with this one. Kudos Mike!


I think the problem could be solved if the PRD was mentioned somewhere in the Ap volumes..a simple fix that might lower blood pressure in a number of people.


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DM Wellard wrote:
I think the problem could be solved if the PRD was mentioned somewhere in the Ap volumes..a simple fix that might lower blood pressure in a number of people.

It is, actually, on the Credits page…


So the reviewer really had no excuse.

Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
DM Wellard wrote:
So the reviewer really had no excuse.

He's changed the review, it's now based off how annoying it is to have to review to another source when the monsters could have easily been included. I won't deny that it's sort of annoying to refer to another boo (or the PRD), but every single AP has done this. and I'd rather have to refer to other books than lose portions of the adventure. I disagree that this sentiment deserves a one star review.


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Sheesh, it's almost like Paizo is trying to leave more room for the adventure.

Dark Archive

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Society Subscriber

What's annoying, is when people expect that a company don't want to use materials from other sources they create.

People should expect to need to refer to other sources, even when there isn't any warning. That's just common sense.

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

A review that criticizes the approach to what's printed fully and what's referenced belongs among the reviews of AP subscription, not individual AP issues.

To single out a random AP instalment and nerdrage about how Paizo publishes their book line for the last 5 years is turbo disrespectful to anyone who worked on that AP issue.


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So... right now 10% of this thread is discussing a review... perhaps time to let it rest?

Silver Crusade

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Kajehase wrote:
So... right now 10% of this thread is discussing a review... perhaps time to let it rest?

Shouldn't you write "that ship has sailed"? ;-)

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One thing I wish we'd seen was beyond Mike's control.

Spoiler:
Art of Valeros, Erzen, Lem, Imjarka, or someone trying to come to terms with having failed their will/fort saves against the phantasmal killer A Soshenized Lem holding up his too small flute, or Ezren standing in his pose, or Valeros dealing with having breasts...

And it would likely have been Valeros, since he seems to be the art butt monkey.

Scarab Sages

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Matthew Morris wrote:

One thing I wish we'd seen was beyond Mike's control.

** spoiler omitted **
And it would likely have been Valeros, since he seems to be the art butt monkey.

Damn That would have been awesome. Valeros in that position, in his armor wielding his sword would've been cool.

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