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City of Golden Death
City of Golden Death
PZO9524
(Adventure)
Author(s) Joshua J. Frost
Publisher Paizo Publishing, LLC
Price Print: $13.99
PDF: $9.99
Released April 2010
Type Adventure
Binding Paperback
Pages 32 pages
ISBN ISBN 978-1-60125-225-8
Rules set PFRPG
Series Pathfinder Modules
Price of Immortality 3 of 3
Follows Realm of the Fellnight Queen
Precedes From Shore to Sea
Artwork from City of Golden Death

City of Golden Death is a stand-alone adventure written by Joshua J. Frost, and was released in April 2010.

The Price of GreedIn the center of Lake Encarthan looms the dreaded Isle of Terror, accursed land of mystery and treachery. Hidden within the island's negative energy storms, the secret treasure city of the wizard-king Tar-Baphon has lain sealed for centuries. Now masked cultists have opened the golden city of Xin-Grafar to claim the wealth of the legendary city for the Living God Razmir. Can the PCs track the cultists through the poisoned swamps and blasted wastelands of the Isle of Terror to the City of Golden Death itself? And what forgotten dangers will oppose them as they struggle to prevent a dark faith from spreading across the world?

City of Golden Death is an adventure for 5th-level characters; it is written for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and is compatible with the 3.5 edition of the world's oldest RPG. The adventure features a mix of wilderness and dungeon sites and includes a race through a ruined, golden city to stop evil cultists before the city floods with molten gold!

Adventure overview

Level
  • 5th
  • Location(s)
  • Isle of Terror
  • Xin-Grafar
  • This adventure is part of the Price of Immortality series, which includes:

    The chase is on to stop the cult of the Living God Razmir from plundering a fabled city made from priceless treasure, a place full of untold wealth and lurking danger. The heroes must race through the city to stop the vile cultists from stealing its heart, the fabled jewel of everlasting gold, whose riches would allow them to spread their filthy religion throughout the region and beyond.