Over a decade after his defeat in the Eye of the Avarice, Karzoug finds himself back in the land of the living thanks to the most surprising fluke of fate. Even as a wizard of his caliber, being alive doesn't mean he is prepared to face what is waiting for him when he wakes up. He has lost everything he had: no wealth, no spellbooks, no weapons, no minions at his beck and call. Can the Runelord of... [click here for more]
For the first time comes a novelization of one of Paizo’s epic Adventure Path campaigns. Return to the places and characters you love from the first Pathfinder 2nd Edition Adventure Path, Ages of Ashes!
Torra is the dwarven daughter of a Breachill town official, yearning for the sort of adventure she has only found in books. Against her father’s wishes, she has chosen to participate... [click here for more]
An Exciting New Piece of Pathfinder Fiction
When an elderly paladin of Iomadae is called to confront an ancient family curse, he will need more than a strong sword arm if he's to keep his loved ones safe.
Pitor was humming a hymn under his breath when a purple crack fractured its way across the empty space at the rear of the temple. One moment there had been nothing. The next, a sickly light... [click here for more]
After a farmhand from Longacre goes missing in the forests outside of Longacre, the mysterious lizardfolk trophy hunter Drusk and his erratic, slightly crazed goblin companion Stumpy opt to investigate the matter and hunt down the one responsible for coin and more.
Unfortunately, deep within the woods, the huntsman learns there is more to be seen about the threat, and learns that the cause of the... [click here for more]
Arena: Sand of the Coliseum is a adventure path for Pathfinder Second Edition that takes inspiration from the stories of gladiators and duelists that have fascinated audiences since ancient times. The player characters are students of a gladiatorial college in the River Kingdoms city-state of Tymon, where the world-famous Arena of Aroden attracts warriors from all corners of civilization.
Over the... [click here for more]