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    The Six Griffons Lodge, an exclusive club for gentlemen-warriors, is experiencing strange noises and curious apparitions. The manor’s small staff is at wits’ end chasing phantoms. Tomorrow at noon, the lodge is hosting an elegant luncheon, and the hauntings must be stopped before that exclusive event—or before someone gets seriously hurt.

    “The Six Griffons Haunt” is an investigative adventure for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game that can be set in any large city. Presented for PCs of 3rd or 4th level, this 32-page adventure also includes notes and statistics for scaling challenges to PCs of higher or lower level. The adventure contains a new monster, several player handouts, and a file containing a full-scale color map of the lodge ready for printing. “The Six Griffons Haunt” is written by Ron Lundeen and illustrated by Jeremy Thompson, with maps by Hugo Solis.

    If you like it, you can find the adventure in here: http://paizo.com/store/downloads/runAmokGames

    I hope you like it!

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    As the author of "The Six Griffons Haunt," I want to jump in to say that Hugo's map has really made the adventure come alive!

    Thanks,

    Ron

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    Thanks arsheesh and Ron (RunAmokGames)!

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    Great looking map. I really love the detail.

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    Gorgeous map! You really know how to impress people, don't you?
    Love it. Colours are great and match the "Paizo touch" details are marvelous.
    I'm only wandering about one thing ... one double bed, ok, but ... triple bed? owners must be naughty

    Otherwise, can I take the red armchair in front of the fireplace and enjoy the warmth of the fire?

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    You know, those huge beds used in medieval times

    The third pillow was put there to show that it's a different bed, not just a resized copy-paste bed, thou it does look funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugo Solis View Post
    You know, those huge beds used in medieval times
    The third pillow was put there to show that it's a different bed, not just a resized copy-paste bed, thou it does look funny
    No misunderstanding, I love that bed! I actually wish I have the same

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    Congratz! ...nicely done.
    My Finished Maps | My Challenge Maps | Ghoraja Juun, my largely stagnated campaign setting.

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    That looks really nice! I love how rich all the colours are too.

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