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Taldor, the First Empire
Taldor, the First Empire
PZO92105
(Book)
Author(s) Mark Moreland, with Crystal Frasier, Violet Hargrave, and Isabelle Lee
Publisher Paizo Inc.
Price Print: $22.99
PDF: $15.99
Released December 13, 2017
Type Sourcebook
Binding Softcover
Pages 64
isbn ISBN 978-1-60125-999-8
Rules set PFRPG
Series Pathfinder Campaign Setting
Follows Ironfang Invasion Poster Map Folio
Precedes Ruins of Azlant Poster Map Folio
Artwork from Taldor, the First Empire

Taldor, the First Empire, a Pathfinder Campaign Setting sourcebook by Mark Moreland, was released on December 13, 2017.

Kingdoms rise and nations fall, but Taldor endures! The first empire of the Inner Sea remains a powerhouse even after five-thousand years, its vast lands rife with adventure and intrigue. Explore its deadly politics, lost history, and towering monuments in Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Taldor, The First Empire. Taldor is a land of contradictions, indescribable splendor and urban decay, saturated with history both fondly remembered and deliberately forgotten. Discover incredible wealth by plumbing the First Empire's storied past and battling its great threats, or meet terrible ruin on perfumed lips and heady wines. The greatest dangers of Taldor—places, beasts, and especially its people—lie within.

Taldor is the dynamic setting for the War for the Crown Adventure Path, making this comprehensive guide to the nation's geography, politics, and history a perfect resource for that campaign, as well as for many Pathfinder Module adventures! Inside this book you'll find:

  • A thorough gazetteer of Taldor's major prefectures and provinces, including details on the reigning nobles of each and over 70 points of interest across the nation, from Antios's Crown and its endless royal necropolis to the militarized city of Zimar.
  • An overview of Taldor's government, foreign relationships, and society.
  • Nearly a dozen adventure sites tied to Taldor's past glories and modern decay, from ruined cities to lost valleys of the dead.
  • Nine new monsters perfectly adapted to life in Taldor, including the corrupting giniver, perfectly suited to hiding in plain sight, and testaments to noble excess such as the titanboar and the blood-bathing baetriov.