Pathfinder #1 Rise Of The Runelords: Burnt Offerings (Pathfinder; Rise of the Ruinlords) [James Jacobs, Wayne Reynolds] on *FREE* shipping on. “Burnt Offerings” is a Pathfinder Adventure Path scenario designed for four 1st- level characters. By the end of this adventure, characters should reach 4th level. This is just the beginning of a new quest for the iconic Pathfinder characters The Rise of the Runelords begins with burnt offerings – and only four heroes.
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Wesley Schneider Goodreads Author. In a time when rumors of rampaging dragons and massing armies of giants have everyone on edge, the people of Sandpoint eagerly anticipate the coming festival to commemorate the consecration of a new temple.
Yet, at the height of the ceremony, disaster strikes. A band of goblins assaults Sandpoint, and it falls to the heroes to defend the new temple. In the days that follow, a mysterious malady that leaves its victims monstrously deformed and dangerously insane spreads through the town. The PCs must not only determine what’s causing this strange contagion, but also discover the sinister connection between the plague, the goblin attacks, and the emergence of a strange rune from an empire thought to be long dead.
This installment of Pathfinder also includes extensive details on the town of Sandpoint, rules and details on a new pantheon of deities, several new monsters, and information on the mysterious ancient empire of Thassilon, whose cruel and despotic rulers may not be as dead as history would have us believe.
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Lists with This Book. I’ve run other systems: Werewolf, Vampire, Call of Cthulhu, Paranoia, etc. They are very fly-by-the-seat-of-the-GM’s-pants kinds of systems where you make calls as issues come up and there is no real need to spend hours looking up obscure rules on how to do a particular action.
Pathfinder is offerungs a rich world, though, that I forgot all about that.
After reading this book, with its comprehensive backstory yay roleplaying!!! The rules were largely laid out for me, and I had only to really familiarize myself with the book before running.
I’m running this adventure path for three different groups right now, and I’m really looking forward to moving through the whole series. Even running through the series with three different groups, it’s different every time with all of the role-play opportunities.
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Nov 09, Joe Deangelo rated it liked it. I would give the story 2. This adventure is a good kick-start to a low-level Pathfinder campaign. Or it can be used in any campaign setting with some tweaking. Offerigs offers a good start for the campaign, and it is a good introduction to Pathfinder since it was among the first modules written and assumes little to no existing knowledge of the game world.
There is also a downloadable pdf player’s guide for this module specifically that has some details on characters, the country where it is set, etc, which can help your pla This adventure is a good kick-start to a low-level Pathfinder campaign. There is also a downloadable pdf player’s guide for this module specifically that has some details on characters, the country where it is set, etc, which can help your players make characters without having to buy alot of Pathfinder source materials if you are just trying it out.
I was very impressed with how this was written and its mix of combat, puzzles, mystery, and roleplaying situations. It is not your typical all-hack-and-slash, but it has plenty of that to keep sword-slingers happy while also entertaining everyone else. Jul 10, James Noyes rated it liked it Shelves: THis is in no way a book to just sit down and read. It is however a finely crafted tool to use in Dungeons and Dragons. I am the DM in my group and this starter adventure was great.
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My players loved the base Sandpoint and the NPCs the priest, sherrif, ranger, etc. They were immediately sucked into the game. I like the supplmental information, so I offeirngs the information on the city and such could be considered fictional non-fiction.
Dec 15, Richard rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: A fantastic adventure that will renew your love re: Some of the NPCs get only a stat line i. Human Male Level X Class Y and that can make for some awkward encounters, but the story is very good. Apr 26, Liam Whalen rated it really liked it Shelves: A great first adventure. Some humour and some horror. There are some errors with one of the maps, but those are pahfinder rectified. Jason rated it liked it Aug 05, Chris Nichols rated it it was amazing Jul 31, SewIRead rated it liked it Apr 03, Cody McIntosh rated it did not like burt Jun 13, Chris Guyer rated it it was amazing May 01, patfhinder Jacob Reed rated it really liked it Jul 31, Chris Spivey rated it really liked it Sep 25, Peat rated it really liked it Nov 27, Derek rated it liked it Aug 26, Tiffany Meginnes rated it it was amazing Sep 03, Carlos rated it it was amazing Feb 08, Robin Edman rated it it was amazing Oct 28, Colin Pate rated it really liked it Apr 09, Troy David rated it liked it Feb 17, Hugh Melrose rated it really liked it Aug 19, Filip rated it really liked it Jun 20, Spinu Gabriel rated it really liked it Oct 03, offerinys Thomas Verschueren rated it really liked it Aug 13, R pathfibder it really liked it Jan 20, Darren Compton rated it really liked it Oct 13, Franny rated it liked it Jun 02, Martin St-laurent rated it it was amazing Mar 10, offerinngs There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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