Starfinder Society Scenario #4-11: A World's Ambition

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A Starfinder Society Scenario designed for 7th- through 10th-level characters.

The effects of the Data Scourge attacks are still felt across Absalom Stations and the Pact Worlds, and the First Seeker is constantly seeking solutions. After hearing a rumor of Scourge-resistant technology on a distant world seeking Pact Protectorate status, Ehu Hadif arranges for a team of Starfinders to accompany the delegation of Stewards and Xenowardens to review the world's petition. On the record, the Starfinders are concerned with evaluating the planet's ruins, but Ehu hopes they can learn about the mysterious technology supposedly being developed by the colonists. Missions are rarely so straightforward, however, and the PCs must contend with an overreaching church, their fellow diplomatic delegates, and dark secrets buried just beneath the surface of the colony's outwardly placid society. Will this world reach its ambition and become part of the Pact Worlds, and does it really have access to technology that could help combat the Data Scourge? Most importantly, will the assigned agents survive their "diplomatic mission?"

Written by: Matt Duval

Scenario tags: Metaplot (Data Scourge)

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    The Dark Cousin to the Protectorate Petition


    To me, the first truly truly great scenario in the campaign was The Protectorate Petition. There was a wealth of information presented and the PCs were able to really FEEL like they were doing an away mission for the diplomatic corps of the Pact Worlds.

    It just felt right and there was so much to discover. So when I read this one over and saw much of the same set up I was curious how they were going to handle it. They make sure to tell you this is a world that FAILED protectorate status once. This instantly changes the PCs view from neutral to skeptical and the whole thing proceeds from there.

    These people have something you want...but at what cost?

    A bit more combat intensive than its cousin, it's still the same kind of rich roleplaying experience leaning on the things unique to Science Fantasy and I highly recommend it.

    Paizo Employee Organized Play Coordinator

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    Announced for November! Cover and product description are not final and are subject to change.


    A new 7-10! Let's goooooo

    Paizo Employee Organized Play Coordinator

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    Cover and map list updated.

    RPG Superstar 2013 Top 4

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    I'm at a loss for words how great the character art and map look. Just giddy at seeing all these characters so well-realized. Bravo!

    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

    *Certain name gets dropped*

    *My headcanon raises its eyebrows and leans waaaaay in*

    Wayfinders Contributor

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    Ooh, another high-level Matt Duval scenario!


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