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As promised in the Kickstarter, here is Tower of Misery, a level 1-2 scenario for 4-6 players for your Ponyfinder characters(Though non-ponies are welcome aboard too!). As you come across the town of Arcysus, it seems trouble is brewing as your team come across a colt in need. Can you assist his friends and put a stop to the kidnappings?

Based on material from the Ponyfinder Campaign Setting using the Pathfinder Roleplaying System.

 
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March 19th, 2016
Any time something is offered up as a free edition or pay what you want, I'm eager to see how it actually stands, so when I took a look through this, I was pleasantly surprized. From the beginning, there is flavor text, a simple but elegant plot [...]
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June 28th, 2015
I ran an adaptation of this with Fate Accelerated Edition rules, with three players, and they enjoyed it. (My bias is toward rules-light systems.) My impression is that it's a decent Pathfinder-style adventure, similar to Paizo's "Master of the Fa [...]
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August 19th, 2014
review of Tower of Misery Ponyfinder scenario, written by William Kreber, Edited by Brandon West Silver Games LLC Matthew Paluch August 19th 2014 Introductory scenarios have specific challenges to overcome, yet not dawdle upon - To [...]
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May 29th, 2014
I ran this over the past weekend. Everyone, including myself, was relatively new to the setting. There was some tweaking I did, but nothing major. I plan on trying to run this same adventure at a local convention because it was fun. There was a problem [...]
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June 05, 2014
This title was added to our catalog on May 23, 2014.