Pathfinder: Venture Beyond the Veiled Past
The Ruins of Azlant come to their thrilling climax in this final installment of the six-part Adventure Path. Ancient wars, unstable magic, and more await.
The thrilling conclusion to the Ruins of Azlant adventure path has it all. Ancient evils, a war with humanity that threatens to reignite and plunge the whole world into chaos. A sunken warehouse full of magical weapons waiting to go off–the final confrontation with the Veiled Master who has been lurking behind the events that have pulled the characters since day one of their expedition to Lost Azlant. This is it, the final confrontation… will the world fall, or be saved? Given what’s in your party, I’m betting the latter–though, for the same reason, I’m betting the survivors will envy the dead.
Beyond the Veiled Past – $24.99
The insidious alghollthus who sank Azlant beneath the treacherous ocean in ancient times mobilize their forces even as the heroes close on their enemies for a final confrontation. After preparing their allies for the impending assault, the heroes must fight their way through the submerged ruins of an ancient weapons facility packed with dangerous guardians and unstable magic to stop their monstrous foe before the veiled master unleashes a devastating eldritch attack to reignite the war against humanity, plunging the world into chaos just as the alghollthus did when they brought Azlant to ruin so long ago.
This volume of Pathfinder Adventure Path concludes the Ruins of Azlant Adventure Path and includes:
- “Beyond the Veiled Past,” a thrilling Pathfinder adventure for 15th-level characters, by Thurston Hillman.
- Ways to continue your campaign as well as information on the catastrophic results if the heroes fail, by Robert Brookes.
- A glimpse at some of the nefarious plots of the cunning veiled masters, by Robert Brookes.
- An exploration of what it would be like for an ancient Azlanti to suddenly awaken in modern-day Golarion, by Eleanor Ferron.
- A bestiary of both dangerous and friendly monsters, by Thurston Hillman, Crystal Malarsky, and Scott Sharplin.