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Year of the Shadow Lodge

A Pathfinder Society Special designed for Levels 1-11.

When a famous Pathfinder returns to the Grand Lodge in Absalom with a long sought after Azlanti artifact of power, the Society celebrates the achievement by throwing a massive party in Absalom's arena. When the artifact is stolen during the party, it's up to you and the other bands of Pathfinders present at the celebration to get it back before it can be used to destroy the Grand Lodge-or worse.

Written by Tim Hitchcock.

This special is designed for play in Pathfinder Society Organized Play. It is a single scenario played by multiple tables simultaneously (minimum 3) and requires one GM per table and an overseer GM to coordinate the entire event.

If you are a member of the Pathfinder Society, bring your characters. Characters of all levels of the Pathfinder Society Organized Play are allowed to play in this scenario.

If you are not yet a member of Paizo's Pathfinder Society, follow the link above to get your free membership, and to download the free Guide to Pathfinder Society Organized Play. Then create your own character for this, and other, Pathfinder society scenarios.

Pregenerated characters are also available for all Pathfinder scenarios.

As a special incentive, the Pathfinder Society will give a free 'Boon' to any Player who preregisters for "Year of the Shadow Lodge".

MisCon 28 Members are encouraged to preregister for this scenario, individually, or even as groups. Note, this scenario is not a competition, but a special scenario that allows your characters to actually interact with other Pathfinder bands working to save the Shadow Lodge.

You must be a preregistered Member of MisCon 28 to preregister for MisCon 28 games.

MisCon 28 Members, to preregister for this, and other games, send an email to gaming@miscon.org stating which games you would like to sign up for, and any questions you may have about the games.

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