Tri-Cities Organized Play

Richland, WA, US

Yellow sails crowd the harbor city of Okeno as your ship draws nearer to the bustling docks. Yellow Harbor—also known as the Skindock—teems with life as every ship crawls with merchants loading and unloading their wares. Peering beneath the slats of the raised boardwalks, you can see slavers driving herds of shackled souls into the filthy tunnel system known as the Sweatways. With barely more than a name and a scant description, it’ll be difficult to find one prisoner in a sea of slaves.
You have relatively few details about your quarry, a Keleshite lieutenant named Satyar Siddique. He is likely now a servant to an unknown master in the Yellow City. You must find him to extract his knowledge of the whereabouts of his former leader, Pasha Muhlia al-Jakri, before he falls to the fate of all slaves in Okeno.
Okeno is hardly the friendliest place for those not in the slavetrading business, so finding information about your target without drawing attention will be key. The city may boast a low crime rate, but this is because criminals are sold into slavery without a thought, to say nothing of a trial. Having secured passage from the capital city of Katapesh to Stonespine Island on a merchant ship, you should blend in well enough for the time being. You convinced a couple of seasoned crew members to tell tales of their previous trips to Okeno, so you have a few ideas of where to start looking for information. There’s always plenty to learn in the right tavern or gambling hall.
It will be difficult to find anyone willing to disrupt the slave trade. To that end, you must contact one of the undercover Eagle Knights, a military organization from Andoran that raises hell for slavers throughout the Inner Sea region. But take care not to be overheard by the wrong folks, as governor Morio Midasi has eyes and ears around the city, reporting back to him if they spot anything that may interrupt the business of his more well-heeled friends…

This Adventure Requires:
• The Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Mummy’s Mask Base Set, including The Half-Dead City Adventure Deck.
• If you have 5 or 6 players, the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Mummy’s Mask Character Add-On Deck is also required.
• During this adventure, the game box should include only cards with set indicators of B, C, P, or 1.

GMs

1 signed up, 0 needed

Players

1 signed up, room for 3