Q-workshop and Paizo Inc. are proud to bring you the 100%-official Pathfinder: Rise of the Runelords Adventure Path dice. This first Pathfinder campaign debuted in 2007 and is still considered one of the best in the history of role-playing games. In short, it was the just beginning and today, thanks to this bestseller campaign, we can also enjoy hundreds of Pathfinder RPG products. The Runelords have set a good direction for the development path for Paizo Inc. Our dice reflect this spirit. Not as deeply engraved as other Adventure Path sets, they are reminiscent of old-style dice. The spirit of nostalgia is still present in every set but in a slightly updated form. At first glance, it shows the quality of the best material, solidity and the skillful design. Each of these masterfully crafted dice features one of the seven Thassilonian runes: envy, greed, lust, wrath, sloth, pride, and gluttony. The dice are presented in stylish Beige-Black color combination. These are the dice that say: Take control of the runes and seize your destiny!
Let's live this one more time!
We recommend these dice to all who want to see how well the classic is today, how great the entire Rise of the Runelord campaign is. Perhaps you've already played Runelords, and now you're looking for a campaign that gives you the chance to show all of your skills and talents as a Game Master? Maybe as a player, you want a set that evokes good memories or has been surrounded by a legend for years and called "must-have" for all Pathfinder and role-playing games fans. In RPG it's nice to roll dice for classic reasons. just like for example: when a beginner team encounters goblins (as in Burnt Offerings), an evil cult would like to skin our heroes (as in Skinsaw Murders), or heroes plan to attack the fort with sheer pride combined with way too many experience points (The Hook Mountain Massacre). These dice will also be useful for the high-level slayers of the giants (Fortress of the Stone Giant) and those who will crown their careers as adventurers with the defeat of the Runelords, who are truly the ultimate monster in the Pathfinder bestiary (Sins of the Saviors and Spires of Xin-Shalast).