Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Dungeons of Golarion
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- From the deadly heights of Gallowspire to the treacherous depths of the Darklands, Dungeons of Golarion presents a wide-ranging overview of six of the most dangerous delves in the Pathfinder world. With rough maps, adventure hooks, encounter charts, and notes on key enemies and treasures, this guidebook provides the framework for GMs to make these fantastic locations their own. Key sites highlighted in this volume include Gallowspire, home of the lich-king known as the Whispering Tyrant, Hollow Mountain, seat of a fallen Runelord, the legendary Red Redoubt of Karamoss outside Absalom, and more!
component, a dose of djezet increases the effective level of a spell by +1, as if it were being modified by Heighten Spell. In order to function as an additional material component, the spellcaster must use a number of doses of djezet equal to the spell’s level—additional djezet beyond this amount is useless. Djezet costs 200 gp per dose. prisoners as they faced his machine soldiers and other creations, using what he learned of their tactics for fighting against his monstrosities to improve his
periodic recharges, its price remains unchanged from that of a typical +1 thundering longsword (although few merchants would agree to pay that much for the sword if it weren’t currently charged). The chest also contains a velvet bag of 10 gems (worth 10 gp each) and a small metal cylinder on a necklace chain. The cylinder is about 2 inches long and is inscribed with an intricate pattern. This cylinder serves as a the key to the escape hatch in area 18. This room contains three alcoves for
picks to wildly dig out platinum with their bare hands, unaware of the fact that their greed had led them deep into a vast deposit of lazurite—a dangerous necromanticly infused material known also as “marrowstone.” Overcome with greed, the inexperienced dwarven miners hid the discovery from their foremen. By scooping out vast quantities of platinum and gold and even mithral, they could easily meet their daily quotas, handing over the expected amount of ore while holding back on the “extra,”
levels as well, guardians conjured by the Deadwalk Vault’s numerous clerics of Urgathoa. Technically the high priest and leader of this church, Feast-o’-Marrow has a diff icult time retaining control over the numerous undead that dwell in the vault, for several other powerful undead (such as the lich Corpsebloat, the vampire interloper Galgash, or his greatest rival, the ghast oracle Boneshroud) contest his rule with varying levels of success. 59 61 Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Dungeons of
lurking rays, dangerous molds, cave fishers, and bats of all description are common here. In addition, rarer creatures like gugs, tentamorts, decapuses, and even purple worms or vemereks are sometimes encountered. Despite these deadly creatures, the greatest threat in the caverns comes from its many humanoid inhabitants. The most notable humanoid tribes in Candlestone are detailed here. Black Claw Kobolds: The most powerful of the many kobold tribes in the region, the Black Claws live in a