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{{Book
 
{{Book
 
| title = ''Numeria, Land of Fallen Stars''
 
| title = ''Numeria, Land of Fallen Stars''
| image = [[File:PZO9270.jpg|250px]]{{placeholder}}
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| image = [[File:PZO9270.jpg|250px]]
 
| website = http://paizo.com/products/btpy93lc?Pathfinder-Campaign-Setting-Numeria-Land-of-Fallen-Stars#tabs
 
| website = http://paizo.com/products/btpy93lc?Pathfinder-Campaign-Setting-Numeria-Land-of-Fallen-Stars#tabs
 
| pubcode = PZO9270
 
| pubcode = PZO9270
| author = TBD
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| author =[[Jim Groves]] and [[Russ Taylor]]
| publisher = [[Paizo Publishing]]
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| author1 = Jim Groves
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| author2 = Russ Taylor
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| publisher = [[Paizo Inc.]]
 
| expected = June 2014
 
| expected = June 2014
 
| series = [[Pathfinder Campaign Setting]]
 
| series = [[Pathfinder Campaign Setting]]
 
| isbn = 978-1-60125-653-9
 
| isbn = 978-1-60125-653-9
 
| price = Print: $19.99<br />PDF: $16.99
 
| price = Print: $19.99<br />PDF: $16.99
|type      = Accessory
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|type      = Sourcebook
 
|binding  = Paperback
 
|binding  = Paperback
 
|pages    = 64 pages
 
|pages    = 64 pages
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|precedes  = ''[[Mummy's Mask Poster Map Folio]]''
 
|precedes  = ''[[Mummy's Mask Poster Map Folio]]''
 
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'''''Numeria, Land of the Fallen Stars''''', a [[Pathfinder Campaign Setting]] accessory, is expected to be released in June 2014.
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'''''Numeria, Land of the Fallen Stars''''', a [[Pathfinder Campaign Setting]] sourcebook by [[Jim Groves]] and [[Russ Taylor]], is expected to be released in June 2014.
  
  
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| Discover the secrets of [[Numeria]], a land of savagery and super science, where barbarians seek to master the technology of an ancient alien empire. From the robot-ravaged badlands of the [[Felldales]] to the lands of the [[Black Sovereign]], Numeria provides endless opportunity for post-apocalyptic, science fiction-themed fantasy adventure. Perfect for use with the new [[Iron Gods]] Adventure Path campaign, this invaluable gazetteer sheds new light on one of the mysterious kingdoms in the Pathfinder world, and includes new environmental hazards and over a dozen new monsters that meld magic with fantastic technology.}}
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| header = Ruins from the Stars
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| quote = Thousands of years ago, a massive spaceship from a distant world broke apart in the atmosphere above [[Golarion]], showering down alien debris and technological wonders—an event known as the “[[Rain of Stars]]”—onto the plains of [[Numeria]]. Largely kept within this land by the [[barbarian]] natives’ superstition and hostility as well as the greed and jealousy of the magical cabal known as the [[Technic League]], the technology from this advanced culture has defined Numeria over the centuries. Now, nomadic warriors and metal men clash in radioactive badlands, and treasure-seekers from across the [[Inner Sea]] flock to the strange metal dungeons that pepper the landscape. What mysteries of super-science await you in this magical land?
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''Numeria, Land of Fallen Stars'' provides all the information a Game Master needs to run an adventure in the [[Pathfinder campaign setting]]’s science-fantasy wasteland. Within this book, you’ll find:
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* An in-depth gazetteer of the four regions that make up Numeria, including detailed descriptions of its largest cities and its most dangerous and remote dungeons.
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* New rules for radiation, gravity fluctuations, deadly environmental hazards, extraterrestrial diseases, [[nanite]] infestations, and more—including the unpredictable results of drinking the alien seepage known as [[Numerian fluid]]s.
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* Overviews of Numeria’s most prominent [[Kellid]] tribes and the sinister Technic League.
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* More than a dozen new monsters and NPCs native to Numeria, including the [[mutant]] template and four new [[robot]]s.
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''Numeria, Land of Fallen Stars'' is a must-have for GMs running the [[Iron Gods Adventure Path]] or anyone looking to introduce super-science into any fantasy campaign or setting.}}
  
 
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Numeria, Land of Fallen Stars
Numeria, Land of Fallen Stars.jpg
PZO9270
(Book)
Author(s) Jim Groves and Russ Taylor
Publisher Paizo Inc.
Price Print: $19.99
PDF: $16.99
Expected June 2014
Type Sourcebook
Binding Paperback
Pages 64 pages
isbn ISBN 978-1-60125-653-9
Rules set Pathfinder RPG
Series Pathfinder Campaign Setting
Follows Occult Mysteries
Precedes Mummy's Mask Poster Map Folio
Artwork from Numeria, Land of Fallen Stars

Numeria, Land of the Fallen Stars, a Pathfinder Campaign Setting sourcebook by Jim Groves and Russ Taylor, is expected to be released in June 2014.


This book has been announced but has not yet been released.
Product details such as release date, authors, cover art, and contents are subject to change.

Ruins from the StarsThousands of years ago, a massive spaceship from a distant world broke apart in the atmosphere above Golarion, showering down alien debris and technological wonders—an event known as the “Rain of Stars”—onto the plains of Numeria. Largely kept within this land by the barbarian natives’ superstition and hostility as well as the greed and jealousy of the magical cabal known as the Technic League, the technology from this advanced culture has defined Numeria over the centuries. Now, nomadic warriors and metal men clash in radioactive badlands, and treasure-seekers from across the Inner Sea flock to the strange metal dungeons that pepper the landscape. What mysteries of super-science await you in this magical land?

Numeria, Land of Fallen Stars provides all the information a Game Master needs to run an adventure in the Pathfinder campaign setting’s science-fantasy wasteland. Within this book, you’ll find:

  • An in-depth gazetteer of the four regions that make up Numeria, including detailed descriptions of its largest cities and its most dangerous and remote dungeons.
  • New rules for radiation, gravity fluctuations, deadly environmental hazards, extraterrestrial diseases, nanite infestations, and more—including the unpredictable results of drinking the alien seepage known as Numerian fluids.
  • Overviews of Numeria’s most prominent Kellid tribes and the sinister Technic League.
  • More than a dozen new monsters and NPCs native to Numeria, including the mutant template and four new robots.

Numeria, Land of Fallen Stars is a must-have for GMs running the Iron Gods Adventure Path or anyone looking to introduce super-science into any fantasy campaign or setting.