Ambush in Absalom A Pathfinder Society Quest Author • Mark Moreland Contributing Artists • Klaus Sherwinski and Luisa Preissler Cartographer • Corey . Pathfinder Society Quest: Ambush in Absalom is a Pathfinder Society Quest designed for 1st- to 5th-level characters (Tier 1–5; Subtiers 1–2. Publisher blurb: A Pathfinder carrying an important message has gone missing in the sewers beneath Absalom, but what the PCs find when they investigate the.
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Fleeting memories rise From the shadows of absxlom mind Sing “nonomori” – endless corridors Say “nonomori” – hopeless warriors You were there You were there. This quest is fun. Four of the 5 of us have signed upto the guild and are off on our our PFS careers as we speak.
If George likes, I would even be happy to run ln 2nd table if there is one and break in a 2nd GM with the same stone, especially if we get a few newbies showing interest?
Hey John, May I join your second table? Brand new player who just bought the Pathfinder Beginner box this week and haven’t really read any of it. Let me absalok if I will be dragging you down or not!
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