Serpent’s Skull: Racing to Ruin (3) The Terrors of Taizon

The last act of module two turned out to be the shortest; surprisingly, the first part (in Eledar) was nearly as long as the race, which just seemed to buzz by in a couple of sessions. Taizon was a letdown for the players. Part of the problem was that they confused it with Saventh Yhi, … More Serpent’s Skull: Racing to Ruin (3) The Terrors of Taizon

Serpent’s Skull: Racing to Ruin (2) The Race

Leaving Eleder begins the first major railroad section of the Path—choo! cho0! Racin’ the Rails! It’s a linear segment involving a number of set-piece encounters, and however many random encounters that you choose to insert. The goal: get to the ruin (har) of Taizon before everyone else. As written, that’s not as hard as it … More Serpent’s Skull: Racing to Ruin (2) The Race

[Pathfinder] News: Pathfinder Online In The Works

Paizo has just announced (literally, earlier today) their intent to get into the world of computer gaming by licensing the Pathfinder rules and world for an MMO, with games in the works. It’s going to be (loosely) based around the Kingmaker adventure path, second in popularity only to the originator, the Rise of the Runelords … More [Pathfinder] News: Pathfinder Online In The Works

Legacy of Fire Review & Reflection – Endgame

At last, the conclusion! It was a long time coming, but after finding the Scroll of Kakishon, having a mini-odyssey across the planes, and accidentally releasing their arch-nemesis Jhavhul, the PCs have finally returned home… to a burned and battered Katapesh. Still, it’s a lot better off than their home of Kelmarane and the Pale … More Legacy of Fire Review & Reflection – Endgame

Legacy of Fire Review & Reflection – Continued

Having finally finished my long-running (kinda) Legacy of Fire game, I figured to continue to review/reflect from my earlier post. Instead of lumping the entire second half of the adventure path into one post, I’m divvying it up three ways, to make it easier to read, and allow more time on each module. Without further … More Legacy of Fire Review & Reflection – Continued