Pathfinder Vault


Shalelu returns from a ranging.  

9/23/4716 AR
Local Heroes

The players are now treated as town heroes.  They will encounter a few of Sandpoint's denizens and be asked to help out with a few things.  They can now shop and will find a few magic items.


The Desecrated Vault

The Shopkeep's Daughter

The Boar Hunt

Trouble at the Rusty Dragon

Monster in the Closet

Grim News from Mosswood

The Missing Bartender

The Missing Bartender will lead to Chapter 3: Glass and Wrath

Investigating the Glassworks

Catacombs of Wrath


Golden Cat

Random Encounters: CR 1, Treasure 260gp total per, 100xp per player

First Day

The heroes are introduced to Sandpoint during the festival to consecrate the temple.

During an ambush, the heroes battled goblins three times, totaling 400xp per player.

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