Adventure Quarterly #3 (PFRPG)

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Welcome to the latest issue of Adventure Quarterly, where some of the fundamental questions of an adventure are put on shifting and shakey ground. Fresh faces and grizzled veterans take their turns at twisting familiar tropes into something new, all for your entertainment and patronage.

Inside you will find adventures by Matt Banach, Michael Welham, and Alex Putnam which cover the breadth of adventure and mystery in unusual environs and with uncanny folk. Creighton Broadhurst of Raging Swan Press shares more of his random dungeon flavor and augmentations for a location. Steven D. Russell talks about what brings adventurers together, and how they can stay connected.

Adventures are designed for 3rd, 5th, and 13th level characters, with detailed maps, creative encounters, and evocative NPCs!

What are you waiting for? Have at it!

Authors: Alex Putnam, Matt Banach, Michael Welham, Creighton Broadhurst, Steven D. Russell, Robert N. Emerson; Pages: 62, Cover Illustration: Juan Diego Dianderas

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Starfinder Charter Superscriber

One of the perks of being Editor-in-Chief of Adventure Quarterly is that I get to watch these adventures take shape and come to fruition. Each issue has gotten progressively better, which is an impressive thing since I think Adventure Quarterly started out quite well.

Our third offer is no exception, as each adventure has an interesting spin on adventuring concepts. Whether it's a small sandbox or a who-done-it style, I think it's something that folks shall enjoy.

I hope folks enjoy the hard work that our designers, artists, and the rest of the team put into it.

And reviewed here, on DTRPG, sent to GMS magazine, submitted to Nerdtrek and posted about it on RPGaggression.


RPG Superstar 2009 Top 16

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And reviewed here, on DTRPG, sent to GMS magazine, submitted to Nerdtrek and posted about it on RPGaggression.


Thank you for the wonderful review (!)

Thanks for taking the time for doing the review end, and the suggestion for group traits.

RPG Superstar 2012

Thank you for the review, End!

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