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The Silverhex Chronicles
The Silverhex Chronicles
Author(s) Josh Foster, Scott Sharplin, and Walter Sheppard
Publisher Paizo Inc.
Price PDF: Free
Released October 2014
Type Pathfinder Society quest
Binding PDF
Pages 30 pages
Rules set PFRPG
Series Pathfinder Society quests
Follows Ambush in Absalom
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The Silverhex Chronicles, a collection of six Pathfinder Society quests for 1st-level characters written by Josh Foster, Scott Sharplin, and Walter Sheppard, was released in October 2014.

Quest Overview

A half-orc bard named Ulisha contacts the PCs, offering to sell them an enchanted sickle called Silverhex that she found in the River Kingdoms in hopes of paying off a bounty on her head. When she doesn't show up for the meet, the PCs find her journal, which points them to the six Silverhex Chronicles quests.[1]


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"Mausoleum", by Scott Sharplin (4)

  • 1st
  • Location(s)
  • Gralton
  • The journal leads to a dispute between families in Gralton that ended in an apparent murder.

    "Mists", by Scott Sharplin (8)

  • Ustalav
  • Ulisha's journal leads the way to buried treasure in Cannibal's Grove near Varno.

    "Colony", by Walter Sheppard (12)

  • Allenstead
  • Following Ulisha's lead on a golden scepter, the PCs find the Razmiri village of Allenstead to be under a manipulator's sway.

    "Crash", by Walter Sheppard (16)

  • Numeria
  • Ulisha's rubbings of etchings lead to a crash site related to the Rain of Stars near Hajoth Hakados.

    "Webs", by Josh Foster (20)

  • Daggermark
  • To replenish Daggermark's supply of spider silk, Ulisha noted a nearby nest and potential buyer.

    "Silverhex", by Josh Foster (24)

  • Daggermark
  • The PCs track down Ulisha's location, for better or worse.


    1. Paizo staff. (2014). Foreword. The Silverhex Chronicles, p. 3. Paizo Inc.