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The Pallid Plague Review

There are two things that the average player will take away from The Pallid Plague. The first is a smug sense of satisfaction from trouncing an entire cult without breaking a sweat. This is, without any exaggeration, one of the easiest Pathfinder scenarios ever published. The brave Pathfinders are sent to the far off land of Andoran to investigate a plague that has been ravaging the fey residents...

The Cyphermage Dilemma Review

The Cyphermage Dilemma is a thinking man’s adventure. The premise is laden with layer upon layer of chicanery. A vicious vishkanya pirate is kidnapping scholars headed into Riddleport to study the Cyphergate. Her motivation is unknown, but the Pathfinders are tasked with stopping her before she absconds with an important ally of the society, Hirako Gurukaza. Detective work and swarthy...

Shades of Ice: Written in Blood Review

The first movie in a trilogy has its work cut out for it. It has to lay the foundation for the next two installments without seeming incomplete and disjointed. The best science fiction and fantasy films manage to hedge the line between satisfying viewers and leaving them wanting more: A New Hope, The Hobbit, and Batman Begins. Pathfinder Society scenarios have to follow the same rule. If players...

Five Pathfinder Society Encounters That Must Die

I’ve played a lot of Pathfinder Society. Maybe too much. Scratch that – definitely too much. Although the hours I’ve dedicated to navigating miniature plastic warriors across grid paper could have arguable been better spent on personal hygiene and flirtations with the opposite gender, my time in the world of Golarion has given me a keen insight into the conventions and tropes of...