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Pathfinder Adventure Card Game:
Island of Empty Eyes
Isle of Empty Eyes Adventure Deck
PZO6014
(Deck)
Author(s) Mike Selinker and Lone Shark Games
Publisher Paizo Inc.
Price $19.99
Released December 17, 2014
Type Adventure Deck
Deck size 110 cards
ISBN ISBN 978-1-60125-692-8
Rules set Pathfinder Adventure Card Game
Series Skull & Shackles 4 of 6
Follows Tempest Rising Adventure Deck
Precedes The Price of Infamy Adventure Deck
Artwork from Island of Empty Eyes Adventure Deck

Island of Empty Eyes Adventure Deck, a Pathfinder Adventure Card Game adventure designed by Mike Selinker and Lone Shark Games, was released on December 17, 2014. This set continues the Skull & Shackles Adventure Card Game Path.

The Eyes Have It!The time has come to claim your prize from the Free Captains' Regatta: the supposedly uninhabited Island of Empty Eyes. The ruins prove to be a bit more inhabited—and dangerous—than they might have first appeared. In the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Island of Empty Eyes Adventure Deck, you must tame the island, throw a rollicking feast, and gain seats on the Pirate Council. This 110-card expansion includes new rare loot cards and 5 new scenarios that make up the complete Island of Empty Eyes adventure, along with new monsters, locations, villains, and more. Continue your character's legend with the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Island of Empty Eyes Adventure Deck.

The Land of the Blind

Due to a printer error, Island of Empty Eyes Adventure Deck included six copies of the henchman Gholdako and one copy of the henchman Ghol-Gan Obelisk; it should have had six Ghol-Gan Obelisks and one Gholdako. And due to an error on Paizo's part, it had one fewer Blink Spider customers necessary for six players. Paizo released an additional pack of cards including five Ghol-Gan Obelisks, one Blink Spider, and—in the interest of turning lemons into lemonade—The Land of the Blind, a brand-new scenario that made use of those extra Gholdako cards. Players were encouraged to play the scenario any time after beginning the adventure.

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