Pathfinder Chronicles: Cities of Golarion
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- Six adventure-packed cities of the Pathfinder Chronicles campaign setting come alive in this lavishly illustrated guidebook. Perched on a razor’s edge of adventure, the cities in this book make excellent settings for Pathfinder campaigns, and the wealth of detail and ideas for urban adventuring make the book an ideal pick-up for all fantasy gamers. Cities of Golarion highlights the following exciting locales: Cassomir — Gleaming Capital of Humanity's Oldest Empire; Corentyn — City Between Two Seas; Ilizmagorti — Island Jungle City of Outcasts and Assassins; Nisroch — City of Shadows; Vigil — Last Bastion Against the Orc Hordes; and Whitethrone — Frozen City of the Witch Queen.
- Each city receives a beautiful full-page map, an historical and cultural overview, details on important characters and locations in the community, local encounter tables, and special rules to help players and Game Masters flesh out the realms for their own campaigns.
should visit this place in the East Drenches. Pfellio Indergrast (N male human aristocrat 1/expert 1) claims to trace his lineage back to old Chelish nobility, but his story of his family’s poor fortune is so wandering and tedious that only history buffs pay attention after the f irst 30 seconds. His wife, Shilandra (N female human expert 1), rescues patrons quickly, and provides comfortable rooms and hot food. The price is expensive, but the accommodations are worth the money. The Wicked Fork:
steaks, without fresh reefclaw on its menu, its valued and wealthy patrons may go somewhere else. The restaurant’s owner needs someone to kill the feared devilf ish before it kills any more f ishermen or causes the restaurant to lose all its business—and do so without revealing the location of the f ish’s lair. Dinosaur Eggs: A sage or wizard’s school wants to acquire the eggs of a rare dinosaur from its breeding grounds in the deepest jungles of Mediogalti. Mounting an expedition into the
most egregious suspensions of common sense. Anything less may find your bones ground into meal. Follow these instructions, however, and you may find your visit quite profitable, and in quite unexpected ways.” —Dyso Vadrasethi, Almanac of Nations: Avistan 54 Whitethrone V isitors are wise to remember that Whitethrone is inhabited primarily by monsters and people from another world. The descendents of Baba Yaga, the jadwiga (meaning “children of the witch-mother”) came from an unknown realm
alive with street fairs, artist showcases, and outdoor concerts. Most of the residents of Abbey Green, despite the district’s jovial nature, still generally avoid Quickfall Abbey, and whisper stories of the frightful moaning, banging, and screams said to pierce the cool night air above the ruins. 8 Cassomir Admiral’s Fen: Built to feed the quick expansion of Cassomir after the construction of the Imperial Shipyards, Admiral’s Fen has long fought a losing battle with the murky dampness of the
Taldan countryside. Cassomir’s Locker: The district known as the Imperial Naval Shipyards has been built and rebuilt numerous times in the city’s history. What began as a small wharf to supply the city soon grew into a formidable dockyard, which was later rebuilt and converted into the shipyards of the empire. The constant construction, combined with the region’s natural tendency to sink into the marshy soil, has given rise to a series of connected vaults, sewers, abandoned basements, and f