Pathfinder Society and Amazing Adventures

This Month’s Pathfinder Society Scenarios Now Available

PP-PF-S-The-Elven-EntanglementPaizo Publishing [visit their website here] has released their latest pair of Pathfinder Society scenarios – The Stolen Heir and The Elven Entanglement. Written by David N. Ross and Ryan Costello, Jr. respectively, they’re available for purchase from the Paizo webstore:

Paizo: Pathfinder Society Scenario #5–04: The Stolen Heir (PFRPG) PDF
Paizo: Pathfinder Society Scenario #5–05: The Elven Entanglement (PFRPG) PDF

Nearly every nation has contributed to the Mendevian Crusade, but few are willing to send additional aid to assist the Pathfinder Society directly. Owed a favor the elves cannot refuse, Pathfinders travel to Kyonin to secure a force of some of the finest demon-hunters in Avistan only to find that the hunters are missing in action. Can the Pathfinders extract the lost elves from the depths of Tanglebriar, or will they become the latest casualties of Treerazer’s domain?


Temple of the Red God Amazing Adventure

TLG-AA-The-Temple-of-the-Red-GodTroll Lord Games [visit their website here] has released a new pulp adventure for their SIEGE Engine-powered Amazing Adventures – Temple of the Red God. Written by Jason Vey, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Amazing Adventures Temple of the Red God

Is it possible that the Red God itself still sits at the heart of the temple, now decrepit, crumbling, and suffering from thousands of years of neglect? What secrets of ancient knowledge still reside within, undiscovered and little-touched by the millennia that have quietly passed it by? What treasures may still be hidden behind the stones and beneath the altars of the place? Perhaps even the very bible of the cult itself, an unprecedented find of historical significance! There’s only one way to find out, and that’s what you do best…


You can support Roleplayers Chronicle by shopping in our CafePress Store, purchasing a copy of our Magazine, or following us on Facebook and Twitter.

Share this post:

Related Posts

Leave a Comment