#6-10 – The Wounded Wisp(Tier 1-2)
Type:Role Playing Game
Slot(s):#3 Saturday 9am-1pm
Game Description#6-10 – The Wounded Wisp(Tier 1-2)
A Pathfinder Society Scenario designed for levels 1–2.
More than 400 years have transpired since the Pathfinder Society began in a humble tavern that has quietly weathered the centuries without incident. When a routine errand there uncovers a clue left behind by one of the founding Pathfinders, it’s up to the PCs to solve a puzzle whose pieces are scattered across Absalom—and whose prize dates back to the Society’s darkest years.
"The Wounded Wisp" is an evergreen, replayable scenario designed to help introduce players to the history of the Pathfinder Society and Absalom’s greatest sites.
Written by Thurston Hillman.
This scenario is designed for play in Pathfinder Society Organized Play, but can easily be adapted for use with any world. This scenario is compliant with the Open Game License (OGL) and is suitable for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.
The Pathfinder Society Roleplaying Guild is a worldwide fantasy roleplaying campaign that puts YOU in the role of an agent of the Pathfinder Society—a legendary league of explorers, archaeologists, and adventurers dedicated to discovering and chronicling the greatest mysteries and wonders of an ancient world beset by magic and evil.
The campaign's home base is sprawling Absalom, the so-called City at the Center of the World, that stands astride the great Inner Sea on the mountain-capped Isle of Kortos. As a member of the Pathfinder Society, your character will explore the dark alleys and political intrigue between far-flung travels in the world of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Each Pathfinder Society agent also works for one of several competing factions, all with their own motivations and secret agendas.
Play is organized into Seasons, throughout which the actions and achievements of you and your fellow Pathfinders create an ongoing storyline. Each season consists of numerous scenarios set in a variety of exotic locations across Golarion.
Players of all experience and skill are welcome at our events, some experience with any version of D&D or Pathfinder will provide you a leg up, but is not required.
Seating/Marshalling Policy – Marshalling will begin 10 minutes before the start of the slot, people who have not arrived by 10 minutes after the start of the slot will forfeit their seat to individuals on the wait list. As no shows are common, individuals interested in playing should you join us in Peter Clark Hall (lower level of the University Centre) during marshalling to secure a place in the wait list.