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| author     = [[Michael Kortes]]
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| title     = ''The Pact Stone Pyramid''
| publisher   = [[Paizo Publishing, LLC]]
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| author   = [[Michael Kortes]]
| price       = Print: $12.99 <br /> PDF: $8.99
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| author1  = Michael Kortes
| released   = Not yet released
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| publisher = [[Paizo Publishing, LLC]]
| type       = Module
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| pubcode  = PZO9516
| binding     = Paperback
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| price     = Print: $12.99<br>PDF: $8.99
| pages       = 32 pages
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| released = November 2008
| isbn       = 978-1-60125-120-6
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| type     = Adventure
| series     = [[Pathfinder Modules]]
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| binding   = Paperback
| follows     = [[D4, Hungry Are the Dead|D4: Hungry Are the Dead]]
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| pages     = 32 pages
| precedes   = [[S1, Clash of the Kingslayers|S1: Clash of the Kingslayers]]
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| isbn     = 978-1-60125-145-9
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| rules    = D&D 3.5
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| series   = [[Pathfinder Modules]] J4
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| follows   = ''[[Hungry Are the Dead]]''
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| precedes = ''[[Clash of the Kingslayers]]''
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==Adventure Overview==
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'''''The Pact Stone Pyramid''''', an adventure by [[Michael Kortes]], was released in November 2008.
{{Adventure overview|type=Journey|level=8th|locations=[[Osirion]]}}
 
In the oppressive empire of [[Cheliax]] the heroes discover a map to an ancient pharaonic treasure called the [[Pact Stone]] carved into the chest of a summoned [[devil]]. From there it’s a race pitting adventurers against evil archaeologists in the depths of a desert tomb dedicated to the ancient pharaohs of [[Osirion]]. Only the secret of the Pact Stone Pyramid can stop the rival archaeologists from arising as modern pharaohs of limitless power. Can the heroes negotiate a tomb filled with deadly traps in time?
 
  
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| header = Legacy of the Lost Pharaohs
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| quote = An [[Osirion|Osirian]] noblewoman has discovered the lost pyramid of [[Ahn'Selota]] buried beneath the shifting desert sands. Hidden within it is a great magic that allowed the [[Four Pharaohs of Ascension]] to rule the land. If this corrupt [[sorcerer|sorceress]] gets her hands on this power, she'll bring back the ancient pharaohs and rule beside them, eradicating the current government in Osirion and plunging the region into immortal despotism. With tens of thousands of lives at stake, the only way for the PCs to stop her is to find the source of the magic before she does and destroy it—or steal it for themselves.
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The Pact Stone Pyramid is a dungeon-based adventure for 8th-level characters compatible with the 3.5 edition of the world's most popular roleplaying game. This adventure includes all you need to send your heroes into an ancient trap-filled pyramid, guarded by strange monsters and concealing the secret magic of the millennia-old pharaohs.
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== Adventure overview ==
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| type1    = Journey
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| level1    = 8th
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| level2    = 9th
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| level3    = 10th
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| location1 = Osirion
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| location2 = Tumen
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| location3 = Ahn'Selota
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== Related products ==
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While not directly linked to J1: ''[[Entombed with the Pharaohs]]'', ''The Pact Stone Pyramid'' shares a setting and thematic elements and can act as a sequel to it in a greater campaign arc.
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The Pact Stone Pyramid
J4: The Pact Stone Pyramid
PZO9516
(Adventure)
Author(s) Michael Kortes
Publisher Paizo Publishing, LLC
Price Print: $12.99
PDF: $8.99
Released November 2008
Type Adventure
Binding Paperback
Pages 32 pages
ISBN ISBN 978-1-60125-145-9
Rules set D&D 3.5
Series Pathfinder Modules J4
Follows Hungry Are the Dead
Precedes Clash of the Kingslayers
Artwork from The Pact Stone Pyramid

The Pact Stone Pyramid, an adventure by Michael Kortes, was released in November 2008.

Legacy of the Lost PharaohsAn Osirian noblewoman has discovered the lost pyramid of Ahn'Selota buried beneath the shifting desert sands. Hidden within it is a great magic that allowed the Four Pharaohs of Ascension to rule the land. If this corrupt sorceress gets her hands on this power, she'll bring back the ancient pharaohs and rule beside them, eradicating the current government in Osirion and plunging the region into immortal despotism. With tens of thousands of lives at stake, the only way for the PCs to stop her is to find the source of the magic before she does and destroy it—or steal it for themselves.

The Pact Stone Pyramid is a dungeon-based adventure for 8th-level characters compatible with the 3.5 edition of the world's most popular roleplaying game. This adventure includes all you need to send your heroes into an ancient trap-filled pyramid, guarded by strange monsters and concealing the secret magic of the millennia-old pharaohs.

Adventure overview

Level
  • 8th
  • 9th
  • 10th
  • Type
  • Journey
  • Location(s)
  • Osirion
  • Tumen
  • Ahn'Selota
  • Related products

    While not directly linked to J1: Entombed with the Pharaohs, The Pact Stone Pyramid shares a setting and thematic elements and can act as a sequel to it in a greater campaign arc.