Need a PFS sanctioned module for level 8, 9 or 10


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Hi. I am running my group through the Skulls and Shackles AP, the Plunder and Peril module and the Wardens of the Reborn Forge. This will give them PFS credit from level 3 through level 15, with one missing level (either lv 8,9 or 10). Both modules allow the home-brew rules 'pre-gen credit) [Kudos, Paizo.]

I would appreciate any shared knowledge so I can fill in the missing level (although I know my players will probably need to play official iconic pregens for it using the standard PFS rules).

For those of you who are interested, the following order allows you to use home-brew campaigns towards PFS credit.

Skulls and Shackles Part 1 (Wormwood Mutiny)(lv 2-4) (lv 3)
Plunder and Peril Part 1 (Rum Punch) (lv 3-5) (lv 4)
Plunder and Peril Part 2 (Dangerous Waters) (lv 4-6) (lv 5)
Plunder and Peril Part 3 (Black Coral Cove) (lv 5-7) (lv 6)
Skulls and Shackles Part 2 (Raiders of the Fever Sea) (lv 5-7) (lv 7)

Skulls and Shackles Part 3 (Tempest Rising) (lv 7-9) (lv 8 or lv 9)

Skulls and Shackles Part 4 (Island of Empty Eyes) (lv 9-11) (lv 9 or 10)

Skulls and Shackles Part 5 (Hangman's Fortress) (lv 11-13) (lv 11)
Wardens of the Reborn Forge Part 1 (lv 11-13) (lv 12)
Wardens of the Reborn Forge Part 2 (lv 12-14) (lv 13)
Wardens of the Reborn Forge Part 3 (lv 13-15) (lv 14)
Skulls and Shackles Part 6 (Lucrehold) (lv 13-15) (lv 15)


Doom Comes to Dustpawn is supposed to be popular and is sanctioned for lvls 8-10.

EDIT: Do you need to stick with modules that have a campaign mode?

Dark Archive 5/5

harrowing is a lvl 8-10 mod


Thank you. I had just read the description of Doom Comes to Dustpawn. One of the characters has a background story element regarding the Goblinblood Wars, so that is a good way to get them up from Garund.

I will also check out Harrowing.

Scarab Sages 3/5

The Harrowing is my favorite Pathfinder module hands down. It just creates such a vivid an interesting world within a world, with fairy tale logic and creepiness. It works easily as a standalone as well within a campaign. Basically right around level eight or nine (I forget exactly which one it's sanctioned at), have the players either loot a cursed harrow deck or go in and have their harrow done by someone, and boom they're in.

Grand Lodge

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I just want to say you are an awesome GM for coordinating this sort of campaign even with the restrictions/limits of PFS, and that your players are immensely lucky to have you as a GM.


Thank you for the compliment, Ms. Pleiades.


>Nohwear: Yes, I need modules that have campaign mode for them so the players can use their same PCs for the entirety of the campaign without 'switching to/from' legal non-campaign mode PFS characters.

Shadow Lodge

But if you're doing it all in campaign mode, and not with legal characters, then why do you need to worry about a "missing" level?


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In the middle of Harrowing right now, and I like it a lot.

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Shadow Lodge 5/5

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Nohwear wrote:

Doom Comes to Dustpawn is supposed to be popular and is sanctioned for lvls 8-10.

EDIT: Do you need to stick with modules that have a campaign mode?

I'd like to second the endorsement of Doom Comes to Dustpawn. I played it a few weeks ago under the excellent GM Hmm and greatly enjoyed the scenario.

5/5 ⦵⦵⦵

Doom Comes to Dustpawn was some of the most fun I've ever had GMing -- I've done it twice now (once live, once PbP) and had a blast both times.

Doom features!:

  • A sandbox 'feel' with multiple starting points that all lead to the same place
  • The best traps EVER seen in Pathfinder
  • A kick-ass story
  • NPCs with good 'bones' to make into memorable characters
  • Weird monsters that actually make sense for story reasons
  • A fantastic crashed space ship
  • An epic end fight
  • Crazy cultists!
  • Awesome mutants!
  • And.... na na na na BAT ELF!
  • Really, you cannot ask for more than what this module offers.

    Hmm

    Dark Archive 5/5

    One that I desperately want to play: No Response from Deepmar

    5/5 Venture-Agent, California—San Francisco Bay Area North & East aka Pirate Rob

    I thought The Harrowing was fantastic, but I was unimpressed by Doom comes to Dustpawn.

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