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Qadira, Gateway to the East
Qadira: Gateway to the East
PZO9406
(Book)
Author(s) Brian Cortijo
Publisher Paizo Publishing, LLC
Price Print: $10.99
PDF: $7.99
Released June 2009
Type Sourcebook
Binding Paperback
Pages 32 pages
isbn ISBN 978-1-60125-180-0
Rules set PFRPG
Series Pathfinder Companion
Follows Taldor, Echoes of Glory
Precedes Cheliax, Empire of Devils
Artwork from Qadira, Gateway to the East

Qadira, Gateway to the East, a Pathfinder Companion by Brian Cortijo, was released in June 2009. It is the first book in the Companion line to use the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game rules.[1]

Genie Mystics and Desert GloryA hot-blooded realm of riches, slavery, and blood feuds, the desert nation of Qadira looks down upon foreigners, for all other lands are glass when compared with Qadira’s diamonds. Ogre mercenaries and soldiers on flying carpets keep caravans safe from bandits and strange beasts. Bound genies build majestic palaces or guard pompous wizards, while tribes of Janni roam the deserts hoping to free all geniekind. Militant factions of Sarenrae’s faith rattle their sabers and train dervishes, while mages and scholars from across the world line up to attend Qadira’s prestigious academies. And through it all, the war-mongering satrap turns his ambitious eye toward Taldor and the lands to the west, ready to break the centuries-long peace if only the padishah emperor would give him permission.

This Pathfinder Companion describes the country of Qadira and its capital of Katheer, the city of a million caravans. Study the secrets of the daivrat, humans honored with the trust of wise and deadly genies! Learn how to tell a half-genie from a thin-blooded suli-jann! Unlock Qadiran secrets with new feats and traits! Everything you need to know to play a Qadiran character—or defend yourself against one—is right here!

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