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Pathfinder Adventure Path #45:
Broken Moon
Broken Moon
PZO9045
(Adventure)
Author(s) Tim Hitchcock et al.
Publisher Paizo Publishing, LLC
Price Print: $19.99
PDF: $13.99
Released May 2011
Type Adventure Path issue
Binding Paperback
Pages 96 pages
ISBN ISBN 978-1-60125-310-1
Rules set PFRPG
Series Pathfinder Adventure Path #45
Carrion Crown 3 of 6
Follows Trial of the Beast
Precedes Wake of the Watcher
Artwork from Broken Moon

Broken Moon, an adventure by Tim Hitchcock with support articles by Adam Daigle, Gareth Hanrahan, Rob McCreary, and Patrick Renie and fiction by F. Wesley Schneider, is the third chapter in the Carrion Crown adventure path and was released in May 2011.

Blood Moon MadnessAmong the shadows of the infamous Shudderwood lurk deadly beasts, savage madmen, and monsters that blur the line between the two. Into this fearful wilderness the heroes follow the path of the Whispering Way's nefarious necromancers. But when the cultists’ passage throws the forest’s tenuous peace into chaos, the adventurers find the only island of safety amid the savage wilds transformed into the killing grounds of a shapeshifting monster. Can the PCs escape the terror-plagued wilderness and unveil the death cultists’ true plot at last? Or will the lycanthropic curse claim them as well?

This volume of Pathfinder Adventure Path continues the Carrion Crown Adventure Path and includes:

Contents

Foreword: "Carrion is Off the Menu" by F. Wesley Schneider (4)

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1. "Broken Moon" by Tim Hitchcock (6)

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2. "The Whispering Way" by Adam Daigle (64)

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3. "Ecology of the Lycanthrope" by Gareth Hanrahan (70)

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4. "The Lost Prince" (Guilty Blood) by F. Wesley Schneider (76)

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5. "Bestiary" by Tim Hitchcock, Rob McCreary, and Patrick Renie (82)

Adventure synopsis

Level
  • 7th
  • Location(s)
  • Ustalav
  • When the savage lord of Ustalav’s werewolves is mysteriously murdered, the nation’s forests run with lycanthropic blood. War in the wilds soon spills onto the streets, as the people of the land, seeing the strife among their long-time foes, begin a hunt to scour the nation of the deadly shape-shifters. Entreated by a lord of the werewolves to help unite his savage people, the heroes must risk becoming tainted by the curse of lycanthropy as they race across the heart of the nation to find an outcast heir. But can they do so before bestial assassins and the agents of the Whispering Way find him, or the heroes, first?