Pathfinder Lost Omens: Absalom, City of Lost Omens

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THE CITY IS YOURS

For nearly 5,000 years, the great city of Absalom has stood at the center of the Inner Sea region's culture, commerce, and prophecy. Now, after the death of its founder-god Aroden, the disappearance of its lord mayor, and new attacks from some of its greatest foes, Absalom stands at the crossroads of a new and uncertain destiny!

This lore-packed 400-page guide presents a fascinating locale suitable for years of Pathfinder adventures! A huge poster map of the city, more than 250 locations, and more than 400 interconnected NPCs set the scene in unprecedented detail, beckoning your characters to walk upon streets paved with centuries of history. Follow in the footsteps of generations of questing heroes to chart a new path for the City at the Center of the World!

Written by: Allie Bustion, John Compton, Jeremy Corff, Katina Davis, Vanessa Hoskins, James Jacobs, Virginia Jordan, Erik Mona, Matt Morris, Liane Merciel, Dave Nelson, Samantha Phelan, Jessica Redekop, Mikhail Rekun, Brian Richmond, David N. Ross, Simone D. Sallé, Shahreena Shahrani, Abigail Slater, Chris Spivey, Diego Valdez, and Skylar-James Wall

Content Warning: While Absalom, City of Lost Omens contains a great deal of content suitable for everyone, it also presents themes of slavery, ableism, body horror, and human experimentation. Before you use this material in a campaign, understand that player consent (including that of the Game Master) is vital to a safe and fun play experience for everyone. Talk with your players before using these themes at the table and modify descriptions or scenarios as appropriate.

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5/5

I'm really, really impressed by the quality of the product.


Pretty good

5/5

I got this to flesh out my Agents of Edgewatch campaign and it has served me very well so far.


Granular - maybe TOO granular?

4/5

This book is a mouthful, that's for sure. And I'd say it's for two kinds of people: Hardcore fans and theatre kids who never leave Absalom.

It honestly reminds me of Shadowrun's Seattle sourcebooks - an excellent deconstruction, neighborhood by neighborhood, with all the important locations. However whereas Seattle/New Seattle were tailored towards locations that might be of interest to a certain type of person (shadowrunners) this is just a blanket treatment of the city - almost like more of an atlas/tourists guide to Absalom than anything else.

Unfortunately it reads like a phone book - and that's great, if that's what you're angling for. I think I prefer Owen K C Stephens style over this personally. But if you do anything in Absalom, it's certainly worth picking up.

I would have liked to have seen more than four pages about the outskirts -- Absalom the City is very well charted and travelled, especially with the six part AP Agents of Edgewatch. But Absalom the country remains regrettably poorly plotted. Not even Otari gets a shout-out, and that's been the location of at least three adventures, one of which is the most popular PF2 adventure so far. When your supposed atlas to a country says "See the beginner box for info about this town!" that's a cash-grab.


2/5


An important book in the Pathfinder Library

4/5

Initially, I wasn't sure what to expect from this massive, nearly 400-page book. It consolidates and repurposes information about Absalom found elsewhere in the Pathfinder modules and PFS adventures -- a long overdue task that has thankfully materialized.

For seasoned GMs and Players, this tome brings most things you know about Absalom together under one proverbial roof with a poster map of the city and enumerated inset maps with gazetteer-like descriptors of places of interest. NPCs you have come to know through adventures and modules can be found here, along with a few updates for 2nd Edition.

For the newcomer to Pathfinder, this will give you a handy (if initially expensive) reference to Absalom that you can use as you might an encyclopedia. If you keep that in mind, this tome may be worth the investment when adventuring (or GMing).

Unfortunately, the sheer magnitude of consolidated and repurposed information here is only the tip of Absalom's proverbial iceberg. Depth of coverage about the city's history, lore, politics, geography and intriguing aspects (on the whole) will be adequate for most purposes. GMs with a bit of creativity will find ways to build new hooks and adventures from this material without too much difficulty, especially if using some of the rumors, points of interest, and NPCs included in the book. GMs designing "sequels" to PFS scenarios from 1st Edition or 1st Edition adventure modules may find this book to be an adequate assistant to that end. But GMs who want a comprehensive guide to the city (is there ever such a thing in any speculative RPG?) will get close -- but will have to either wait for future adventures and supplements to flesh out the missing bits or create their own lore in the meantime.

As a GM and Player, I truly appreciate the hard work this book represents in putting the bulk of Absalom in a one-stop reference. As such, it justifies its place on my bookshelf.


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How many temples of gods outside of the core 20 are mentioned in the book?

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I count about 8.


Has this been delayed again? I thought I’d seen a December release date and I’m starting an Edgewatch game. I came to pick up the PDF and found it back to preorder…

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Jeffrey Everets wrote:
Has this been delayed again? I thought I’d seen a December release date and I’m starting an Edgewatch game. I came to pick up the PDF and found it back to preorder…

PDF was moved back to preorder because there was a glitch that allowed it to be purchased on Black Friday. As of the December shipping thread, this one is still on target.


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CorvusMask wrote:
Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:

That surprises me, with Geb being the bread basket of Absalom.

(This little fact has spurred my duskwalker, Tess, to always poke at Bread suspiciously while in Absalom. "Is your wheat ethically sourced?")

Hmm

Ya plus it would have been good opportunity to establish skeleton PCs in absalom ;D

So that we can grind their bones to make our bread?

Fie, Fi, Fo, Fum!

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Twitchy Boom Boom wrote:

So that we can grind their bones to make our bread?

Fie, Fi, Fo, Fum!

Continues to poke at the bread, suspiciously.


If I preorder the book now, is the date in the description for when it expects to ship from the warehouse or when it will arrive to your address?


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Andru C Watkins wrote:
If I preorder the book now, is the date in the description for when it expects to ship from the warehouse or when it will arrive to your address?

Dec 22nd is the street date and should be when things are shipped out to non-subscribers.

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So its 22th instead of 15th now? x'D Welp


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Patrickthekid wrote:
How many temples of gods outside of the core 20 are mentioned in the book?
Erik Mona wrote:
I count about 8.

What are the 8 Deities outside the core 20 with temples?


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zergtitan wrote:
What are the 8 Deities outside the core 20 with temples?

The gods that have temples or temple-like places are the following (taken from the so-called temple index):

Abadar, Apsu, Aroden, Asmodeus, Besmara, Brigh Calistria, Cayden Cailean, Desna, Erastil, Gorum, Gozreh, Hei-Feng, Irori, Lamashtu, The Muted God, Nethys, Norgorber, Pharasma, Rovagug, Sarenrae, Shelyn, Sivanah, Torag, Urgathoa, Zon-Kuthon.

PS: I got the book last Friday due to the glitch. Feel free to delete this message if these sort of spoilers aren't allowed.

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Naurgul wrote:
zergtitan wrote:
What are the 8 Deities outside the core 20 with temples?

The gods that have temples or temple-like places are the following (taken from the so-called temple index):

Abadar, Apsu, Aroden, Asmodeus, Besmara, Brigh Calistria, Cayden Cailean, Desna, Erastil, Gorum, Gozreh, Hei-Feng, Irori, Lamashtu, The Muted God, Nethys, Norgorber, Pharasma, Rovagug, Sarenrae, Shelyn, Sivanah, Torag, Urgathoa, Zon-Kuthon.

PS: I got the book last Friday due to the glitch. Feel free to delete this message if these sort of spoilers aren't allowed.

I have not had a chance to research this since I am taking a long weekend, But no need to delete it. Thanks for helping!

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Wait so people actually did get pdfs in advance because of the sale glitch? x'D

Man I know customer service wouldn't like that, but now I'm kinda sad I wasn't aware of that before it got fixed


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Naurgul wrote:
zergtitan wrote:
What are the 8 Deities outside the core 20 with temples?

The gods that have temples or temple-like places are the following (taken from the so-called temple index):

Abadar, Apsu, Aroden, Asmodeus, Besmara, Brigh, Calistria, Cayden Cailean, Desna, Erastil, Gorum, Gozreh, Hei-Feng, Irori, Lamashtu, The Muted God, Nethys, Norgorber, Pharasma, Rovagug, Sarenrae, Shelyn, Sivanah, Torag, Urgathoa, Zon-Kuthon.

Hmm... In the list above, I count 7 outside of the core 20. (Actually only 19 of the core 20 are listed: Iomedae is missing)

Who is the 8th?

Please & thank you.

Carry on,

--C.


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It is showing the print of the Lost Omen's book as available now, any idea when the PDF will be ready for purchase?

Paizo Employee Director of Game Development

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Psiphyre wrote:
Naurgul wrote:
zergtitan wrote:
What are the 8 Deities outside the core 20 with temples?

The gods that have temples or temple-like places are the following (taken from the so-called temple index):

Abadar, Apsu, Aroden, Asmodeus, Besmara, Brigh, Calistria, Cayden Cailean, Desna, Erastil, Gorum, Gozreh, Hei-Feng, Irori, Lamashtu, The Muted God, Nethys, Norgorber, Pharasma, Rovagug, Sarenrae, Shelyn, Sivanah, Torag, Urgathoa, Zon-Kuthon.

Hmm... In the list above, I count 7 outside of the core 20. (Actually only 19 of the core 20 are listed: Iomedae is missing)

Who is the 8th?

Please & thank you.

Carry on,

--C.

There's a shrine of Kazutal.


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FateStCloud wrote:
It is showing the print of the Lost Omen's book as available now, any idea when the PDF will be ready for purchase?

Should be available on the street date - the 22nd.

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Xethik wrote:
FateStCloud wrote:
It is showing the print of the Lost Omen's book as available now, any idea when the PDF will be ready for purchase?
Should be available on the street date - the 22nd.

Correct. PDF's go on sales on Street Dates. We are confident in the 22nd for this product. Thanks for your patience and patronage.

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Just got the email my subscription is being put together! CANT WAIT!

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Why does the book describe CG pirate Torius Vin from pathfinder tales books as CE ruthless privateer? ^_^;


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CorvusMask wrote:
Why does the book describe CG pirate Torius Vin from pathfinder tales books as CE ruthless privateer? ^_^;

That's how all the Chelaxian wanted posters depict pirates. The "evil" part isn't supposed to be half so insulting as the chaotic bit, so as far as they're concerned, we're focusing on the wrong thing here. Side note, Chelaxians are all about alignment debates like their souls depend on it.


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Just a quick FYI for the team, not sure if this is the right place to post this:

The pdf seems to have an issue with the font for some paragraph titles, where the dash is replaced by the letter K. For example on p. 15ff.

NB the same issue affects the pdf for Monsters of Myth that has been simultaneously released.

I haven't gotten a hold of a printed issue yet, so I cannot say if this is also the case for those.


Katina Davis wrote:
Available for preorder! Product image and description are not final and may be subject to change.

Is there a digital (pdf) version of the Pathfinder Lost Omens: Absalom, City of Lost Omens? I usually see the hard copy price along with the digital price, but I don't in this case or in Monsters of Myth.

Appreciate the help.


Sagian wrote:
Katina Davis wrote:
Available for preorder! Product image and description are not final and may be subject to change.

Is there a digital (pdf) version of the Pathfinder Lost Omens: Absalom, City of Lost Omens? I usually see the hard copy price along with the digital price, but I don't in this case or in Monsters of Myth.

Appreciate the help.

I think Aaron Shanks is suggesting this will occur on the 22nd of Dec. Am I reading the threads correctly?


Sagian wrote:
Sagian wrote:
Katina Davis wrote:
Available for preorder! Product image and description are not final and may be subject to change.

Is there a digital (pdf) version of the Pathfinder Lost Omens: Absalom, City of Lost Omens? I usually see the hard copy price along with the digital price, but I don't in this case or in Monsters of Myth.

Appreciate the help.

I think Aaron Shanks is suggesting this will occur on the 22nd of Dec. Am I reading the threads correctly?

Yep, you're right.


Spoiler:
My favorite NPC I've seen so far is Nuar Spiritskin and his art is so cool.

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albadeon wrote:

Just a quick FYI for the team, not sure if this is the right place to post this:

The pdf seems to have an issue with the font for some paragraph titles, where the dash is replaced by the letter K. For example on p. 15ff.

NB the same issue affects the pdf for Monsters of Myth that has been simultaneously released.

I haven't gotten a hold of a printed issue yet, so I cannot say if this is also the case for those.

There was a PDF issue for the exports of both Absalom and LO:MoM (which have not officially released yet) where the dashes in headers got changed to Ks. This is a PDF-only issue and we checked our in-office copies of the physical books, which do not have it. Art is in the process of updating the store PDFs so it'll all be handled shortly. TLDR this isn't like the LO Ancestry Guide "uncomon" error--if you ordered the book you're fine, if you got the PDF you will shortly be able to re-download an updated one, probably before your physical book even arrives.

Paizo Employee Chief Creative Officer, Publisher

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CorvusMask wrote:
Why does the book describe CG pirate Torius Vin from pathfinder tales books as CE ruthless privateer? ^_^;

That's an excellent question. Honestly I think I just messed that one up and the name slipped past me. :/

Vile, vile propaganda, perhaps? :I

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Erik Mona wrote:
CorvusMask wrote:
Why does the book describe CG pirate Torius Vin from pathfinder tales books as CE ruthless privateer? ^_^;

That's an excellent question. Honestly I think I just messed that one up and the name slipped past me. :/

Vile, vile propaganda, perhaps? :I

Evil impostor? ;D Another one of his disguises and personas?

Still though I guess this means he was originally mentioned in the 3.5 campaign setting book, I didn't know that xD

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CorvusMask wrote:
Erik Mona wrote:
CorvusMask wrote:
Why does the book describe CG pirate Torius Vin from pathfinder tales books as CE ruthless privateer? ^_^;

That's an excellent question. Honestly I think I just messed that one up and the name slipped past me. :/

Vile, vile propaganda, perhaps? :I

Evil impostor? ;D Another one of his disguises and personas?

Still though I guess this means he was originally mentioned in the 3.5 campaign setting book, I didn't know that xD

Actually I think what happened is that we had a sidebar with ships known to frequent the harbor, a few of whom had named captains. In the course of expanding that material, we added backstories to the named captains, and I brainfarted and didn’t make the connection to the Pathfinder Tales character, because I am dumb.

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Erik Mona wrote:
CorvusMask wrote:
Erik Mona wrote:
CorvusMask wrote:
Why does the book describe CG pirate Torius Vin from pathfinder tales books as CE ruthless privateer? ^_^;

That's an excellent question. Honestly I think I just messed that one up and the name slipped past me. :/

Vile, vile propaganda, perhaps? :I

Evil impostor? ;D Another one of his disguises and personas?

Still though I guess this means he was originally mentioned in the 3.5 campaign setting book, I didn't know that xD

Actually I think what happened is that we had a sidebar with ships known to frequent the harbor, a few of whom had named captains. In the course of expanding that material, we added backstories to the named captains, and I brainfarted and didn’t make the connection to the Pathfinder Tales character, because I am dumb.

^_^; Welp something for lore errata in next reprint, guess a change of name for "Torius Vin" and the "Stargazer", that would be easier than rewriting entire paragraph at least


If anyone got the book in their hands, could you tell me the approximate amount of NPC statblocks, if any? I remember reading back in the day, that there will be many and I'm looking forward to those!

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michael199310 wrote:
If anyone got the book in their hands, could you tell me the approximate amount of NPC statblocks, if any? I remember reading back in the day, that there will be many and I'm looking forward to those!

Statblocks? Nah only 3 of those, for azarketi generic bestiary types at end of azarketi article. The NPC glossary is LOOOOOOOOOOONG as it contains pretty much every named npc in the city ever, but its not about statblocks


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My goodness this book is HUGE...

It even has a couple of pages on architectural styles!

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Got my subscription pdf copy yesterday. This book is awesome! I did notice the the large version fold out map was not included at the end of the pdf as has been the custom with other products with included maps.

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Aventhar wrote:
Got my subscription pdf copy yesterday. This book is awesome! I did notice the the large version fold out map was not included at the end of the pdf as has been the custom with other products with included maps.

I'll pass that along.


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I'm still reading through it, but so far I LOVE it. It tells me exactly what it's like to be from Absalom, which is exactly what I wanted.


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Some corrections:

As mentioned above, the temple of Iomedae and a few shrines and possibly more stuff are missing from the Temple Index.

The illustration of Lord Gyr in the NPC Glossary is extremely low resolution.

In the tallest buildings sidebar, the Arcanamirium is placed in the Petal District (should read Wise Quarter)

And a very important question:

Is there a reason the cornucopia stuff from 1e Guide to Absalom was removed?


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Aaron Shanks wrote:
Aventhar wrote:
Got my subscription pdf copy yesterday. This book is awesome! I did notice the the large version fold out map was not included at the end of the pdf as has been the custom with other products with included maps.
I'll pass that along.

The map is now included in the new version of the download... but it has a very low resolution. As soon as you zoom in a bit, the roads and buildings become all blurry.

As it is, I find that it is unusable unless you just want a very broad overview of the whole city, so you lose all the possible benefits from having such a detailed map.

Is it possible to get a higher resolution please?

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Naurgul wrote:

Is there a reason the cornucopia stuff from 1e Guide to Absalom was removed?

Yes. We all thought it was dumb, and it got wrapped up in a PFS plot line a couple years ago.

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*goes to investigate this plot*

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Pretty sure it was in one of the final 1e PFS convention interactive specials. It wasn't the focus of the plotline, just a part of it.

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Erik Mona wrote:
Naurgul wrote:

Is there a reason the cornucopia stuff from 1e Guide to Absalom was removed?

Yes. We all thought it was dumb, and it got wrapped up in a PFS plot line a couple years ago.

Come to think about it, I've heard that multiple times, but never heard WHY paizo thinks it was dumb :O

This is good reason to ask why xD So yeah why do you think infinite food relic was dumb? Like is it because it would have far reaching consequences outside its intended purpose like "why would we ever trade or farm food" or such?


After having just read what those things were about, I'm glad they're gone.

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Was there aspect of them that I'm forgetting that would make it self evident what was dumb about them? :'D

(I'm seriously, I hear multiple people ask about them but I've never really learned what was the dumb part or really what they were about besides siege food. )

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CorvusMask wrote:


This is good reason to ask why xD So yeah why do you think infinite food relic was dumb? Like is it because it would have far reaching consequences outside its intended purpose like "why would we ever trade or farm food" or such?

I strongly suspect that everyone has a different answer to this question. For me, a big part of it is that Aroden is dead, and most of the lingering magics fueled by his divine energy should be either dormant or fizzling out by now (I mean, this is what happened to re-open the Worldwound, for example).

So when you add to that the fact that the idea always struck me as kind of corny for economic and "maybe too high magic" reasons, it was a pretty easy thing for me to agree with when the PFS team decided they wanted to move away from it.

Although obviously important to the city's history, the items also had a relatively brief write-up in the original books and never really played into anything else we had done with the city, so we decided to move on from it.

Other developers likely have other answers to this question, but that's mine.

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CorvusMask wrote:

Was there aspect of them that I'm forgetting that would make it self evident what was dumb about them? :'D

(I'm seriously, I hear multiple people ask about them but I've never really learned what was the dumb part or really what they were about besides siege food. )

I'm going off memory and on my way to a meeting, operating on my increasingly failing memory rather than notes, but I think the aspect of "kill someone and take their Cornucopia and now you're on the High Council as a city leader" was probably not overwhelmingly popular among the folks involved in this decision.

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Erik Mona wrote:
CorvusMask wrote:

Was there aspect of them that I'm forgetting that would make it self evident what was dumb about them? :'D

(I'm seriously, I hear multiple people ask about them but I've never really learned what was the dumb part or really what they were about besides siege food. )

I'm going off memory and on my way to a meeting, operating on my increasingly failing memory rather than notes, but I think the aspect of "kill someone and take their Cornucopia and now you're on the High Council as a city leader" was probably not overwhelmingly popular among the folks involved in this decision.

That seems like very bad policy even if you live in CE city yeah :D


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CorvusMask wrote:
Erik Mona wrote:
CorvusMask wrote:

Was there aspect of them that I'm forgetting that would make it self evident what was dumb about them? :'D

(I'm seriously, I hear multiple people ask about them but I've never really learned what was the dumb part or really what they were about besides siege food. )

I'm going off memory and on my way to a meeting, operating on my increasingly failing memory rather than notes, but I think the aspect of "kill someone and take their Cornucopia and now you're on the High Council as a city leader" was probably not overwhelmingly popular among the folks involved in this decision.
That seems like very bad policy even if you live in CE city yeah :D

"Right! I, Fry, who drank Bont the Viscous, who drank Ungo the Moist, who guzzled Zorn the Stagnant... (Time Lapse)... who slurped Hudge the Dewy, who enjoyed a soup composed principally of Throm the Chunky, do solemnly swear to rule with honour and insanity- Uh, integrity!"

- Philip J. Fry


Wasnt Zarta Dralneen a Wizard in 1e?

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