It's good to be the King

 

The land rush is on! Sent south by Brevoy, the heroes have the unenviable task of venturing into the infamous Stolen Lands and annexing the territory, facing down monsters, bandits, and worse. It's hard enough to conquer territory—but does a ragtag band of adventures have what it takes to found and defend a burgeoning kingdom from the terrors of the wild?

 

The Kingmaker Adventure Path takes the heroes from encounters with mysterious bandit lords and barbaric raiders through the trials and tribulations of developing and defending their new settlement in the notoriously lawless River Kingdoms. Yet when war comes to the Stolen Lands in earnest, it's up the heroes to take up a mystical blade and stand tall against the horrors of man, beast, and strange creatures more dangerous than either...

 

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Stolen Land - Enter the Stolen Lands, a wilderness claimed by nobles, bandits, and beasts alike. Into this territory the fractious country of Brevoy sends its emissaries, tasking them with subduing the lawless folk and deadly creatures that have made it a realm of savagery and shame. Beyond the last rugged frontier stretches the home of voracious monsters, capricious fey, wily natives, and bandits who bow to the rule of a merciless lord none dare defy. Can the PCs survive the Stolen Lands, bring their dangers to heel, and lay the foundations of a new kingdom? Or will they just be one more fateful band, lost forever to the ravenous wilds?

 

Part one includes:

 

  • “Stolen Land,” a Pathfinder RPG adventure for 1st-level characters, by Tim Hitchcock.
  • A gazetteer of Brevoy, a country of ancient grudges and noble rivalries, by Steve Kenson.
  • New rules for turning exploration into a different kind of adventure, by James Jacobs.
  • A new misadventure for disgraced noble scion Ollix Kaddar in the Pathfinder’s Journal, by James L. Sutter.
  • Five new monsters, by Ed Greenwood, David Hill, Steven Kenson, Rob Manning, and F. Wesley Schneider.

Rivers Run Red - With the heart of the Stolen Lands explored and the bandits who ruled there scattered, the long-contested realm finally lies open for pioneers and settlers to stake their claims. Amid the rush of opportunistic travelers, the PCs find themselves stewards over a new domain, tasked with the responsibility of guiding and guarding a fledgling nation struggling to grow upon a treacherous borderland. Yet the threats to this new nation quickly prove themselves greater than mere bandits and wild beasts, as the monstrous natives of the hills and forests rampage forth to slaughter all who have trespassed upon their territory. Can the PCs hold the land they’ve fought so hard to explore and tame? Or will their legend be just one more lost to the fangs of the Stolen Lands?

 

Part two includes:

 

  • “Rivers Run Red,” a Pathfinder RPG adventure for 5th-level characters, by Rob McCreary.
  • Expansive new rules for running your own cities and nations, by James Jacobs.
  • Insights into the rugged faith of Erastil, god of the hunt, by Sean K Reynolds.
  • Pathfinder Ollix Kaddar and Phargas get themselves to a nunnery in the Pathfinder’s Journal, by Richard Pett.
  • Five new monsters, by Adam Daigle, Rob McCreary, Sean K Reynolds, and James L. Sutter.

 

 

The Jackal's Price - The Stolen Lands consume many wanderers—the perils of its rugged wildernesses and hidden mysteries prey upon even the wariest of travelers. Founded upon one of the most savage frontiers, the colony of Varnhold defied the many dangers of this harsh region. At least, it did until all the residents of the fledgling community completely disappeared. Now it falls to the PCs to discover what became of their eastern neighbor, a secret steeped in generations-old hatreds and the mysteries of an empire long crumbled to dust. Can they uncover the terrible secret behind this shocking disappearance before the same calamity befalls their own land?

 

Part three includes:

 

  • “The Varnhold Vanishing,” a Pathfinder RPG adventure for 7th-level characters, by Greg A. Vaughan.
  • A gazetteer of Iobaria, frigid land of savagery and fallen empires, by Steven Schend.
  • Six new sites of adventure and mystery to expand your Kingmaker campaign, by Ed Greenwood.
  • A new Pathfinder’s Journal in which Pathfinder Ollix Kaddar and Phargas discover the price of gallantry,

by J. C. Hay.

  • Five new monsters, by Ed Greenwood, Colin McComb, F. Wesley Schneider, and Neil Spicer.

 

Blood for Blood - Even with the PCs’ kingdom growing at their heart, the Stolen Lands are far from tame. An incursion by merciless barbarians spills blood on the PCs’ lands and begins a search for a legendary artifact in the depths of the region’s most infamous wilderness. Amid the perpetual shadows and bottomless bogs of the Hooktongue Slough lie long-mired secrets and terrors eager to consume any who intrude upon their fetid realm. Yet what powers that lurk beyond the swamp seek to end the PCs’ reign? And how might a single, bloodthirsty blade mean the difference between their kingdom’s ruin and its survival?

 

Part four includes:

 

  • “Blood for Blood,” a Pathfinder RPG adventure for 10th-level characters, by Neil Spicer.
  • Information on the cruel society and blood-curdling superstitions of boggards, Golarion’s sinister frogmen, by Todd Stewart.
  • Details on some of the most famous hidden treasures and lost relics of the Stolen Lands, by Brian Cortijo.
  • Ollix and Phargas learn the perils of gambling with a leucrotta in the Pathfinder’s Journal, by Kevin Andrew Murphy.
  • Five new monsters, by Julian Neale, F. Wesley Schneider, and Neil Spicer.

 

War of the River Kings - Can two kings truly trust one another? King Irovetti, ruler of Pitax and potential rival to the leaders of the eastern Stolen Lands, opens his gates and hospitality to the lords of that realm. Within his city of shallow indulgences and crude decadence, he hosts a tournament ostensibly meant to foster friendship and peace, but fraught with dangers all its own. Is the King of Pitax’s good will sincere, or does he harbor a more sinister goal? And are the PCs fated to gain an opponent who commands not only a nation, but allies from a deadly other realm?

 

Part five includes:

 

  • “War of the River Kings,” a Pathfinder RPG adventure for 12th-level characters, by Jason Nelson.
  • A tour of the hollow wonders and grim shadows of the oppressed city of Pitax, by Mike Ferguson.
  • Merciless insights into the iron-shod doctrine of Gorum, god of battle, by Sean K Reynolds.
  • Pathfinder Ollix Kaddar’s adventures in the gladiator pits of Tymon in the Pathfinder’s Journal,

by Steven E. Schend.

  • Four new monsters, by Julian Neale and Sean K Reynolds.

Sound of a Thousand Screams - With the dangers of the Stolen Lands brought to heel, the PCs rule as lords of that realm. But from an unassuming corner of their kingdom, a centuries-old plot takes shape, turning the land itself into a deadly enemy that threatens to bring their entire nation to ruin. As the boundary between the Stolen Lands and an insane other world begins to break down, it’s up to the PCs to save their people from nature gone mad and the emissaries of a reality beyond imagining. But can they retain their kingdom—and their sanity—against the fury of the First World?

 

Part six includes:

 

  • “Sound of a Thousand Screams,” a Pathfinder RPG adventure for 15th-level characters, by Richard Pett.
  • Nefarious plots and high-level challenges to keep your Kingmaker campaign running after the Adventure

Path’s end, by F. Wesley Schneider.

  • An exploration into the First World, home of the fey and land of impossibilities, by James L. Sutter.
  • Battlefield revelations and unfortunate truths for would-be Pathfinder Ollix Kaddar in the Pathfinder’s Journal,

by Jay Thompson.

  • Five new monsters, by Gareth Hanrahan and Patrick Renie.

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