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Pathfinder Chronicles: Guide to Darkmoon Vale (Pathfinder Campaign Setting)

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Explore the forbidden reaches of the treacherous Darkmoon Vale, a fey-haunted wilderness on the outskirts of civilization. Face-off against the diabolical forces of the dreaded Kobold King, explore the ancient dwarven dungeons of Droskar's Crag, and confront a cabal of evil druids in this detail-packed regional sourcebook for the Pathfinder Chronicles campaign setting. The ...more
Paperback, 63 pages
Published July 30th 2008 by Paizo Publishing (first published July 2008)
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Martin St-laurent
This is a good resource for any GM who wants to play in the Darkmoon Vale region. While The content is interesting, I must admit I am not a big fan of the NPC's being presented the way they were. I would rather a full fledged biography. This is one of the early reference book Paizo published, so I know they changed that in the following products. There were also many typos and repeated words as I was reading the book. Although it does not remove a lot from the content presented in the book, it f ...more
I really enjoyed learning more about one of my favorite countries on Golarion. The only downside is that because this supplement is written for the 3.5 ruleset rather than the Pathfinder ruleset, some of the information is a little bit out of date.

Excellent sourcebook for one of my favorite regions of Golarion. MANY hidden (und unhidden) easter eggs... really. Some details are spread out through the book, but the overall tone and the language of the prose more than make up for it.
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