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The Twelve-Hour Statue

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The Twelve-Hour Statue
The Twelve-Hour Statue
Author(s) Michael Kortes
Publisher Paizo Publishing, LLC
Price ePub: $0.99
Released August 2012 (web)
October 2013 (ePub)
Type Short Fiction
Binding ePub
isbn ISBN 978-1-60125-637-9
Series Pathfinder Tales web fiction
Follows Misery's Mirror
Precedes In the Event of My Untimely Demise
Artwork from The Twelve-Hour Statue

"The Twelve-Hour Statue", a short story by Michael Kortes, was released as Pathfinder Tales web fiction in August 2012 and in eBook format in October 2013.

Xaven has a dilemma. Two, actually. The first is a half-orc partner who may or may not have left him to die in an ancient temple. The second is the pressure plate trap that will bring the same temple crashing down on his head should he so much as twitch the wrong way.


  1. The Twelve-Hour Statue - August 1, 2012 - link


"The Twelve-Hour Statue" features the following characters:


The events of "The Twelve-Hour Statue" take place prior to those of Entombed with the Pharaohs, which are assumed to have occurred in 4707 AR.[1]


For an alphabetical listing of all the relevant terms in this story, please visit its Index.

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