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Web of Chains By Owen K.C. Stephens: Slavers have come to the Kragholm region, and the former-slaveholder citizens of settlements such as Elmhollow have come to appreciate the yolk of servitude in an all-too uncomfortable manner. But the group of Underdark slave traders have larger plans in mind, and the PCs must act to stop a slave empire from rebuilding. An adventure for 13th-level PCs.

A Tyranny of Souls By Robert J. Schwalb: The paragon tier of the Scales of War Adventure Path concludes with “A Tyranny of Souls.” The player characters, heroes of their world, have now all but driven the githyanki from the mortal realm. To strike a final blow to the threat posed by the invaders, they travel to the githyanki city of Tu’narath. There, they find unlikely allies, a chance to secure a lasting peace from the githyanki threat, and have a chance to finally end the menace posed by the githyanki. An adventure for 19th-level PCs.


Editorial by Chris Sims, titled: Party to Build Character

Ruling Skill Challenges By Mike Mearls: Mike continues to educate on the nature of skill challenges, with unique applications and examples.

Save My Game By Stephen Radney-MacFarland: A DM’s best friend? Stephen Radney-MacFarland, back with more advice and letters from the mailbag.

Dungeoncraft By James Wyatt: James discusses the latest changes
to his fledgling campaign.

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