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Starfinder: Icebound | Review and Page-Through

Jeff reviews the fourth chapter in the Starfinder Horizons of the Vast AP

Starfinder: Icebound (Paizo Inc)Game Title: Starfinder – Icebound (Horizons of the Vast part 4 out of 6)

Publisher: Paizo Inc

Author: Jason Tondro with BJ Hensley, Jenny Jarzabski, Ron Lundeen, Jess Nevins, Jim Seals, and Christopher Wasko

Artists: Rodrigo Gonzalez Toledo, Franklin Chan, Wero Gallo, Michele Giorgi, Doruk Golcu, Marko Horvatin, Pixoloid Studios (Mark Molnar, Zsolt ‘Mike’ Szabados, Janos Gardos, Peter Lerner, Orsolya Villanyi), Renan Ribeiro, Adrian Rodriguez, and Sebastian Rodriguez

Year: 2022

Genre: Starfinder roleplaying adventure

Pages: 64 pages

MSRP: 22.99 in softcover or 15.99 in PDF

I share my thoughts about Starfinder: Icebound from Paizo Inc. Does the Horizons of the Vast adventure path heat up with this fourth installment? Or will Icebound leave you cold? You’ll find out!

1:25 Diving into Starfinder: Icebound
16:12 Final thoughts and review score
18:29 Wrapping up

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Summary
Horizons of the Vast is turning out to be a rather ho-hum adventure path. Icebound embodies much of what I haven't been overly enthusiastic about in the AP: the players are never the catalysts for action but are always just pushed in the needed direction; many encounters are unnecessary as the players will earn what they need regardless; each chapter ends in a set piece battle. These are just a few of the issues I have with the AP overall. Icebound isn't terrible or broken but ends up being rather *meh* as a whole.
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Jeff McAleer

Founder/Editor-in-chief of The Gaming Gang website and host of The Gaming Gang Dispatch and other TGG media, Jeff tackles any and all sorts of games but has a special fondness for strategy, conflict sims, and roleplaying games. Plus, he's certainly never at a loss for an opinion...

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