Pathfinder Adventure Path: Shattered Star Part 1 - Shards of Sin

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But I'll be honest, the next AP just doesn't have any appeal for me.

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With that in mind, yes, you are doing a great many things right. Dragon78 Mar 2, , pm Your not the only one who has been wishing for an Aasimar book since 3E Beckett;. I don't have to, no - but I want to! I agree, though, that even reading them is more than worth the cover price. I know he can - I've just been spending an inordinate amount of time lately in Tsar First level characters wouldn't do so well in that setting. In any case This adventure is completely written. It's sitting on my desk at work this very moment, since I had to write its art order today.

It really sounds like this could have everything that makes Varisia so much fun pop up and play an important part. Also, really really really hoping half-orcs finally get some representation in the AP iconic party this go-round. Well, I'd love to see the developments of prior AP's in Varisia acknowledged here.

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Then again, I've been asking for some metaplot advancement for a long time now. Golarion is all set-up and no pay-off. My question is: The pirates have mostly water-based monsters in them, what will be the theme of monsters for this one? With the exeption of Magnimar, we won't be revisiting any locations in Shattered Star. Shattered Star is all about that. It's sort of a first for us to do something on this scale that assumes anything like that, so I'm eager to see how folks react Paizo can't advance the metaplot without invalidating their game, which I do not support.

If one can only really "start" an adventure path on the month it is published, and then after that there's an implication that you're "behind the times" or something like that Shattered Star will be messing with that assumption, so we'll see how that pans out in about a year, I guess There really isn't a "theme" for Shattered Star.

It's really a "back to the basics" type AP, to help celebrate the fact that it's the 10 year anniversary of Paizo and the 5 year one for Pathfinder.

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I guess the theme could be: "Varisian stuff". After doing so many heavily themed APs horror, jungle, Asia, pirates , I suspect folks will be happy to see a "back to basics" AP. While I agree, I would still want to have enough lives to play in all of them and GM all of them.

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You think it is possible to create a few simulacrum of myself and develop a "share memory" spell so I can experience all of them? Completely on board with that. It's a nice touch for the anniversary year - I wouldn't have to think twice about running this, whereas with a themed path, there's always going to be someone in my group who isn't so keen on it.

James Jacobs wrote: magnuskn wrote: Well, I'd love to see the developments of prior AP's in Varisia acknowledged here. No matter how they react I am pleased to see the attempt made. Shem Mar 3, , am 1 person marked this as a favorite. Absolutely NOT! Been looking forward to that one since I first heard about it kinda like this one , and my friends and I have been wanting to do a pirate campaign for quite some time.

I look forward to knowing a lot more about the Runelords Give me stats. In the "managing expectations" department The reunion was interesting to say the least. What ideas are you guys planning to take the place of the gods articles you put into the other APs? More god articles. Once we do all the core 20, we still have dozens and dozens of other deities and demigods to play with. A family based in Riddleport—a different member of the family played key roles in the first adventure of Runelords, the first adventure of Crimson Throne, and the first adventure of Second Darkness.

By having a Vancaskerkin play a key role in the first adventure of Shattered Star, we help to thematically make Shattered Star a sequel to all three of those. Thanks, I really love to hear that. We'll assume that all three APs ended successfully, first of all.


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That means, among other things, things like Spoiler: 1 Runelords are common knowledge, and the people of Varisia are nervous about the possibility of more of them waking up—if just ONE wakening is bad enough to cause an entire AP The vast amount of wealth there is still hard to get to and dangerous to loot and transport The infusion of wealth from Xin-Shalast may well be the primary thing that eventually moves Varisia from a frontier to a fully functioning nation in a very short amount of time.

Korvosa is now ruled by a redeemed and eager to make up for her crimes Queen Sabina. The Gray Maidens have been disbanded In Varisia's bustling frontier city of Magnimar , the Pathfinder Society's newest lodge recruits a team of rookie Pathfinders to track down rogue agent Natalya Vancaskerkin —who also happens to be one of the Varisian criminals known as the Sczarni. An exploration of the ancient Sihedron artifact and its ties to powerful Thassilonian magic, as well as details on the mysterious skymetals that fall to Golarion , by James Jacobs.

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