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Developers - it would be super helpful in these scenarios if you would add a treasure bundle summary/w award conditions for GMs at the end of the scenario for quick calculation and to move along the chronicle process quicker. Super annoying if you forget to jot notes during the running then have to go back and count what the players earned.
|Linda Zayas-Palmer Organized Play Lead Developer|
Do we know what maps this will be using?
Please keep this as non-official. There seems no description that I found on the Paizo pages - but the following maps got mentioned when I added a slot to warhorn
Maps used: Pathfinder Map-Pack: Palace, Ruined Village
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Adding to the unofficial map list
Pathfinder Map Pack: Ruined Village (used for two maps)
Custom map (approximately 16x24)
Pathfinder Map Pack: Palace
|Vorsk, Follower or Erastil|
|David knott 242|
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I've purchased it searching for a political scenario. Found a total mess. The mcguffin is annoying, the combats are pointless and the political intrigue plays out itself. I thought... Perhaps it's an oportutinty for a bard to shine but...no! Everybody foolishly trust you for no reason! Please, make interesting political scenarios. I love merchant's wake. I love blackrose matrimony. This is just some lazy excuse to feel "political". That is not the way. I ended up purchasing #1-07 and it's far better. We don't want to kill spiders for no reason. Without a true sandbox there's no point in making some "political flavored" adventure. Please take more seriously that kind of stories.
|Xathos of Varisia|
|Terevalis Unctio of House Mysti|
This was a fun campaign, but the PDF for this adventure was rife with problems ranging from grammar problems and abrupt sentence structure, to misleading / incorrect treasure bundle information. The beginning of the adventure also starts off without enough information to really help the players understand all of the things they can do, so make sure you put in some extra effort wrapping your head around it all so you can present it to your players in a clear way.
All in all, this adventure felt pretty sloppily put together and didn't have the polish I would have expected.