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Treasure of Chimera Cove
LB2: Treasure of Chimera Cove
PZO9514
(Adventure)
Author(s) Anson Caralya
Publisher Paizo Publishing, LLC
Price Print: $12.99
PDF: $8.99
Released October 2008
Type Adventure
Binding Paperback
Pages 32 pages
ISBN ISBN 978-1-60125-119-0
Rules set D&D 3.5
Series Pathfinder Modules LB2
Last Baron 2 of 2
Follows Tower of the Last Baron
Precedes Hungry Are the Dead
Artwork from Treasure of Chimera Cove

Treasure of Chimera Cove, an adventure by Anson Caralya, was released in October 2008.

Keep the Past BuriedFor decades, the sleepy fishing village of Chimera Cove has harbored a dangerous secret. Deep beneath the cove's three islands, a secret pirate complex hides a weapon that terrorized the local shipping lanes before a brave privateer finally locked it away. Now the last degenerate scion of his line is breaking into the secret tunnels, intent on selling the devastating weapon to the highest bidder. With time slipping away, only the PCs are equipped to brave the underground vault and ensure that the lost weapon stays that way.

Treasure of Chimera Cove is a seafaring dungeon crawl adventure for 7th-level characters, compatible with the 3.5 edition of the world's most popular roleplaying game. Within its pages you'll find a detailed overview of the privateer's tunnels beneath the islands, a new monster template filled with aquatic undead horror, and the terrible ship-crushing weapon know as the Terraken

Adventure overview

Level
  • 7th
  • 8th
  • Type
  • Wilderness
  • Location(s)
  • Chimera Cove
  • Andoran
  • This adventure is part of the Last Baron series, which includes:

    An ancient map points to a legendary treasure hidden in the mythical Chimera Cove, a long-forgotten pirate port. A host of deadly traps and lingering guardians awaits the plunderers, but an even greater evil has its sight set upon a powerful relic. The path to riches is fraught with peril, but the reward far outweighs the risk.