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Struck by Shadows

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Pathfinder Society Scenario #3-06: Struck by Shadows
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November 19, 2021

Struck by Shadows, a Pathfinder Society scenario written by Luis Loza for tier 3-6, was released on November 19, 2021.

Time after time, enemies of the Society have attacked the Grand Lodge in Absalom. Following the sudden surge in disasters befalling the Society's lodges across the Inner Sea, the Society's leadership sought the expertise of one of its strongest new allies—the hobgoblin nation of Oprak—in bolstering the Grand Lodge's defenses. These new defenses prove their worth when they signal a sudden infiltration by shadowy foes. With the Society's forces stretched thin, will the few agents stationed at the Grand Lodge be enough to repel this sudden attack? If they succeed, what might the agents learn about the enemies orchestrating the Society's recent troubles? Struck by Shadows is part of the ongoing story of the Year of Shattered Sanctuaries. It is the second scenario in a four-part arc detailing the events taking place in and around the Society's headquarters at the Grand Lodge in Absalom, the City of Lost Omens. Other arcs explore other locations across the Inner Sea. While the arcs can be played in any order, it is recommended that players experience the scenarios within each individual arc in order.

Scenario overview


Scenarios in this campaign arc include:

  1. Season 3 Intro: Year of Shattered Sanctuaries
  2. #3-06: Struck by Shadows
  3. #3-17: Dreams of a Dustbound Isle
  4. #3-19: Mean Streets of Shadow Absalom

Recurring characters, concepts, and locations

The following characters, concepts, or locations can be found in this scenario, but also significantly appear in the publications listed below:

Map support

The following Pathfinder Flip-Mat and Pathfinder Flip-Tiles products are used in this scenario: