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Pathfinder Companion: Legacy of Fire Player's Guide by James JacobsPlayer's Guide
Pathfinder Adventure Path #19: Howl of the Carrion King by Erik Mona1
Pathfinder Adventure Path #20: House of the Beast by Tim Hitchcock2
Pathfinder Adventure Path #21: The Jackal's Price by Darrin Drader3
Pathfinder Adventure Path #22: The End of Eternity by Jason Nelson4
Pathfinder Adventure Path #23: The Impossible Eye by Greg A. Vaughan5
Pathfinder Adventure Path #24: The Final Wish by Rob McCreary6
GameMastery Item Cards: Legacy of Fire by Christophe SwalItem Cards
Pathfinder Chronicles: Legacy of Fire Map Folio by Rob LazzarettiMap Folio

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The sands of the desert are unforgiving, and those who show weakness rarely survive. Beset by gnolls and genies, can the heroes stop a wish-maddened warlord from raising one of the infamous Spawn of Rovagug, a living holocaust cast down millennia before? In order to do so, they'll need to brave sand, flame, and the terrors of the Outer Planes—yet the forces at work against them are limited only by the reach of their imagination. And the enemy has had thousands of years to prepare...
The Legacy of Fire Adventure Path begins in the desert nation of Katapesh, where the heroes must attempt to retake a conquered town from a pack of fearsome gnolls. From there, the trail leads to the fortress known as the House of the Beast, an ancient map-world created by one of the most powerful wizards in history, and even the legendary City of Brass on the Plane of Fire.

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