By Paizo Inc.
The decision of the Crypt!
The vaults of the lifeless lie scattered around the internal Sea quarter, anticipating the intrepid and the foolhardy alike to discover them looking for treasures and secrets and techniques misplaced to the a while. From labyrinthine gilded catacombs to the submerged ruins of a forgotten state or an arcane tower hewn from crystal, those monuments to the deceased are as choked with heritage and riches as they're cursed with peril and melancholy. these bold sufficient to courageous those tombs’ traps and monsters will locate themselves prosperous past measure—or entombed with the lifeless for all eternity!
Presented inside are six entire tombs, able to be used as flavorful part quests or the centerpieces of whole adventures. each comes whole with a room-by-room breakdown, new monsters and magic goods, and crafty traps and haunts guaranteed to problem any adventurer. inside this ebook, you’ll find:
• The Cairn of Attai Horse-Speaker, the tomb of an historic Nidalese horselord, now overrun through sinister fey.
• The Clockwork Vault, a barren region mausoleum developed by means of a grasp inventor to cross his discoveries directly to worthwhile descendants.
• Everforge, a former dwarven temple housing a robust holy relic, now besieged by way of cultists reason on stealing souls for his or her darkish god.
• The Golden Ossuary, the gilded bone condo the place a few of the wealthiest adherents of the mercantile Prophecies of Kalistrade are laid to rest.
• The Prismatic Lantern, an arcane siege engine powered via a self-contained demiplane, which holds the ultimate resting position of the weapon’s creator.
• The Tomb of the Necrophage, a flooded crypt within the hurricane-ravaged Sodden Lands, now domestic to a tribe of ruthless cannibals.
Pathfinder crusade environment: Tombs of Golarion is meant to be used with the Pathfinder crusade surroundings, yet should be simply tailored to any delusion world.
Written by way of Scott Fernandez, Ron Lundeen, and Larry Wilhelm.
Cover paintings by way of Maichol Quinto.
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Corrosive Glue (Ex) The decoy sarcophagus deals 2d6 points of acid damage with every successful slam attack or grapple check. 39 Cairn of Attai Horse-Speaker Clockwork Vault Everforge Golden Ossuary Prismatic Lantern Tomb of the 12. Guarded Catacomb 11a. Pit of Secrets Introduction Necrophage 14. Catacomb of False Promise Adventure Hooks This catacomb has six burial niches with a total of 18 replica sarcophagi snuggled within their recesses. While similar in appearance to areas 10 and 12, this catacomb is actually a cleverly disguised death trap.
While similar in appearance to areas 10 and 12, this catacomb is actually a cleverly disguised death trap. Located within the ceiling are several 1-foot-diameter holes that spill several tons of sand and gold dust into this chamber. When a creature steps on the triggering plate, the chamber’s entrance slams shut. Objects or creatures in this doorway when this occurs take 8d6 points of damage. This damage can be negated with a successful DC 15 Reflex save to immediately shift out of the doorway, either fully in or fully out of the room.
The aging metalworker claimed the tomb’s design came to him in a dream, and he spent the last few years of his life fanatically pouring his wealth into its construction, then quietly ended his life. While many considered Aradati a fool for draining his coffers in the endeavor, they didn’t realize the simple philosophy behind Aradati’s plan— he would create a tomb so opulent that Kalistocrats for centuries to come would pay fortunes to be buried within it. Holding true to the central tenet of his faith, Aradati, though dead, continues to earn a sizable annual profit through the management of his very resting place.