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Infamous Adversaries: Raxath'Viz, the Creeping Rot

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RAXATH'VIZ, THE CREEPING ROT - CR 15, Male Kobold (Black Bloodline), Cleric (Hidden Priest) 10, Divine Scion 3, Rogue (Trapsmith) 3

Spreading the diseased will of his doomed goddess, the cunning kobold known as Raxath’Vis, the Creeping Rot, slinks throughout the land creeping like the cold darkness of a winter’s dusk. Death follows like a black cloud, the ravens and vultures in tow, foretell of the return of Maramaga, Queen of Rot, and her dark machinations. When cities and towns lie still, with naught heard but the buzzing of insects and the screams of carrion birds, you can rest assured that the Creeping Rot hath come calling.

Infamous Adversaries contains: one ready to use villain, complete with equipment, a rich background including motives, history, personality, network, resources, lair, tactics, morale, advancement options, a quote, plot hooks to easily insert them into your campaign, local lore, full color art and a vibrant description. The Infamous Adversaries characters are designed to challenge an entire party; not just in combat, but also through less direct methods requiring careful planning and confrontation.

Contained within is 25 pages of original TPK content including a full depiction of our Infamous Adversary, plus original short fiction, a new deity and faction, several supporting cast characters and monsters, plus our personally designed Hero Lab files for use in customizing our characters and content in your campaigns!   

Give your players a reason to hate again. You can blame it on us...

 

 
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August 16th, 2012
Infamous Adversaries: Raxath'Viz, the Creeping Rot This entry into the series of infamous adversaries has the usual good back ground that I have seen in their other products of this series. with very fully shown motives and back story to help fit the [...]
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May 1st, 2012
Opening with a full-page, full-colour illustration that's enough to scare anyone (even a reviewer sitting safely at her computer!), this product contains a wealth of detail about a single adversary. Considering how much effort many players put into their [...]
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February 15th, 2012
This product contains everything you need to insert a powerful, fully detailed NPC villain into your Pathfinder game. Considering that I wouldn't want to try to design something this complex in less than two or three hours (not to mention all the time [...]
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February 12th, 2012
Raxath'Viz The Creeping Rot by Raging Swan This product is 30 pages long. It starts with a cover and credits. (3 pages) Raxath'Viz The Creeping Rot(22 pages) First we get a bit of a background, which is really well written. Next we get a full heavi [...]
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February 6th, 2012
TPK live up to their name with their Infamous Adversaries. These villains are always a bit overpowered for the CR, but that's what makes them Infamous, in my opinion. Raxath was no different: we dropped him into our campaign as the weekly Big Bad. 3 sessi [...]
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