The Dead Suns Adventure Path–the last of the 6 Chapter Adventure Paths–is now available. Find out if your heroes can survive the Dawn of the Dead Suns and their clash with the Empire of Bones.
The Dead Suns adventure path draws to a close with an explosive conflict–the Corpse Fleet of the planet Eox, known for their high-tech necromancy, attempts to seize and activate an ancient superweapon. Both the corpse fleet and the Stellar Degenerator (the weapon) poise deadly threats to life in the galaxy–the players have quite a fight ahead of them if they want to try and save the galaxy.
A Near-Death Experience
The undead Corpse Fleet has appeared in orbit above the Gate of Twelve Suns, intent on seizing the ancient alien superweapon called the Stellar Degenerator. The heroes are massively outgunned, and their only hope to defeat the Corpse Fleet is by infiltrating the fleet’s flagship and taking control of the vessel’s bridge. Only then can the heroes pilot the ship on a collision course with the superweapon in a desperate bid to end both threats at once. If successful, the heroes can destroy the Stellar Degenerator, but they’ll need to escape the carnage to live to tell the tale!
This volume of Starfinder Adventure Path concludes the Dead Suns Adventure Path and includes:
- “Empire of Bones,” a Starfinder adventure for 11th-level characters, by Owen K.C. Stephens.
- Advice on how you can continue your campaign past the final encounter and details on the devastation inflicted on the galaxy should the heroes fail, by John Compton.
- Technological specifications for starships of extraordinary size and power, by Owen K.C. Stephens.
- A collection of starships from the dreaded undead navy known as the Corpse Fleet, by Jason Keeley.
- An archive of new creatures, including a plethora of undead monstrosities and a crystalline humanoid that can redirect blasts of energy, by Owen K.C. Stephens and Larry Wilhelm.
- Statistics and deck plans for a massive undead flagship, by Owen K.C. Stephens, plus an introduction to a planet constantly wracked by energy storms, by Larry Wilhelm.