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Pathfinder: Devil at the Dreaming Palace | Review and Page-Through

Jeff takes on the first chapter of the Agents of Edgewatch

Pathfinder: Devil at the Dreaming Palace (Paizo Inc)Title: Devil at the Dreaming Palace

Publisher: Paizo Inc

Author: James L. Sutter

Year: 2020

Genre: First chapter of a new high fantasy RPG campaign

Pages: 96

Price: $24.99 for the softcover or in PDF for $17.99

I share my thoughts about the first chapter in the Agents of Edgewatch adventure path for Pathfinder. The adventure is written by James L. Sutter and clocks in at 96 pages.

So is Devil at the Dreaming Palace an exciting first chapter to an all new adventure path you best not sleep on picking up? Or does this adventure simply send you and your players dozing off into the Land of Nod? You’ll find out!

Devil at the Dreaming Palace review at YouTube
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22:25 Final thoughts and review score

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Devil in the Dreaming Palace is a solid beginning to a fresh adventure path. Granted it's quite a lot more linear than I prefer but I can see a lot of ways to flesh out the tale to feel more organic. I look forward to seeing what's in store for the Agents of Edgewatch.
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