So, I decided to run a Hao Jin Tapestry campaign for a semi-steady group of players on these very forums. We started with the first 1st level adventure (the Icebound Outpost) played 2 more scenarios and just finished the Hao Jin Cataclysm as a multi table special. But now I'm sort of stuck because the others I know about are out of tier for us. Does anyone have a list of all the adventures that deal with the Tapestry? I have the list below but it is only complete for season's 3 and 4.
The Hao-Jin Tapestry
PF Module The Ruby Phoenix Tournament
3-12 Wonders in the Weave I
3-14 Wonders in the Weave II
3-19 The Icebound Outpost
3-20 Rats of Round Mountain I
3-21 The Temple of Empyreal Enlightenment
3-22 Rats of Round Mountain II
3-25 Storming the Diamond Gate
3-26 Portal of the Sacred Rune
4-7 Severing Ties
4-16 The Fabric of Reality
06-21 Tapestry's Toil
6-97 Siege of Serpent
10-11 Hao Jin Heirophant
|Tusk the Half-Orc|
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The PathfinderWiki page for PSS 10-00 The Hao Jin Cataclysm has nearly complete lists of all scenarios in which the Tapestry or Hao Jin herself appear or are referenced. The only missing scenarios I noticed on a quick read-through are:
- PSS 10-13, Fragments of Antiquity
- PSS 10-20, Countdown to Round Mountain
It’s also difficult to do these as a series, because the tiers don’t line up in a way that makes it easy to do them chronologically. There are cases where that doesn’t matter. Icebound Outpost could certainly be run before Wonders in the Weave without too much issue. But if the characters get past 9th level before getting to anything from 4th season on, it’s going to be a problem.
What might be helpful is to include the Quest for Perfection series. While that doesn’t directly involve the tapestry, it does tie into how the society got the tapestry in the first place. And it gives you enough scenarios to advance the group an entire level to get them into the crucial 5-9 range.
|Tusk the Half-Orc|
10.15 (Tapestry's Trial) is kind of important in there.
Definitely! It’s included in the list on the Pathfinder Wiki page, that’s the only reason I didn’t call it out.