Pathfinder Adventure Path: City in the Lion’s Eye (War for the Crown 4 of 6)
2 - 5 Players
Some board games incorporate elements of role playing. It can be that players control a character that improves over time. It can also be a game that encourages or inspires storytelling.
In storytelling games, players are provided with conceptual, written, or pictorial stimuli which must be incorporated into a story of the players' creation.
Variable Player Powers is a mechanic that grants different abilities and/or paths to victory to the players.
Variable Player Powers
Variable Player Powers
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Princess Eutropia’s rival for the throne of Taldor plans to plunge the nation into war to rally the people behind him, threatening to kill untold thousands in a battle not for ideals or security, but pure vanity. From the fortress-city of Zimar, General Pythareus commands the overwhelming army of Taldor, and one of the most ruthless spymasters the world has ever known. Even with the resources of the legendary Lion Blades beside them, can the PCs hope to outmaneuver a faceless conspiracy and end the War for the Crown once and for all, or will Taldor descend once more into a thousand-year orgy of violence? “City in the Lion’s Eye? is a Pathfinder Roleplaying Game adventure for 10th-level characters. The adventure continues the War for the Crown Adventure Path, as players drag a once-grand nation kicking and screaming into the modern day, becoming legendary politicians, spymasters, and nobles in their own right. A selection of new monsters, an overview of Taldor’s famed spies, the Lion Blades, and a gazetteer of the military city of Zimar round out this volume of the Pathfinder Adventure Path. Each monthly full-color softcover Pathfinder Adventure Path volume contains an in-depth adventure scenario, stats for several new monsters, and support articles meant to give Game Masters additional material to expand their campaign. Pathfinder Adventure Path volumes use the Open Game License and work with both the Pathfinder RPG and the world’s oldest fantasy RPG.
Dungeon Crawler, Paper and Pencil, Role Playing, Storytelling, Variable Player Powers
2 Players, 3 Players, 4 Players, 5 Players
Adventure, Fantasy, Medieval