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Pathfinder Adventure Path: Kingmaker Player's Guide by James JacobsPlayer's Guide
Pathfinder Adventure Path #31: Stolen Land by James Jacobs1
Pathfinder Adventure Path #32: Rivers Run Red by Rob McCreary2
Pathfinder Adventure Path #33: The Varnhold Vanishing by Greg A. Vaughan3
Pathfinder Adventure Path #34: Blood for Blood by Neil Spicer4
Pathfinder Adventure Path #35: War of the River Kings by Jason Nelson5
Pathfinder Adventure Path #36: Sound of a Thousand Screams by Richard Pett6
GameMastery Item Cards: Kingmaker by AbyssalItem Cards
Pathfinder Chronicles: Kingmaker Poster Map Folio by Rob LazzarettiMap Folio

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The land rush is on! Sent south by Brevoy, the heroes have the unenviable task of venturing into the infamous Stolen Lands and annexing the territory, facing down monsters, bandits, and worse. It's hard enough to conquer territory—but does a ragtag band of adventures have what it takes to found and defend a burgeoning kingdom from the terrors of the wild?
The Kingmaker Adventure Path takes the heroes from encounters with mysterious bandit lords and barbaric raiders through the trials and tribulations of developing and defending their new settlement in the notoriously lawless River Kingdoms. Yet when war comes to the Stolen Lands in earnest, it's up the heroes to take up a mystical blade and stand tall against the horrors of man, beast, and strange creatures more dangerous than either...

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