Years of production, years of polishing of the story made the Pathfinder Adventure Path: Jade Regent one of the best campaign that was written for the Pathfinder RPG. Such are the dice designed by Q WORKSHOP under the Paizo Inc. license - refined in every way and reflecting the spirit of the Marco Polo incredible journey. Jade Regent is a campaign during which the heroes embark on a great journey, the aim of which is the fantastic Far East Golarion. Therefore we chose green jade as the basic colour of our set, and deeply engraved digits and decorations referring to the most beautiful symbolism of the East were painted in tan. That's how we managed to get the dice, that seem to come from a very far land, from some exotic country, full of adventures and magnificence. They have not lost their readability through and will still be a great and useful game handout. They will also be useful in any campaign, where the team will learn how the Oriental looks. This set helps in all places, where the team will be blinded by the glow of the rising sun and meet the people who believe in dragons, great snakes and honour, which is more important than their own lives.
Journey to the Far East of the Golarion
Below we present the snippets of a certain traveller, who was only survived by the jade dice and assurance that it was the greatest adventure of his life.
When you read these words, I’ll be already far away [...] We set out with a caravan to Brinewall, where we discovered something that made us take an even bolder trip [...] - The Brinewall Legacy;
In the footsteps of the ancestors of our Damsel in Distress, we decided to find this ice land [...] - Night of the Frozen Shadows;
Freezing spirits were not all that lurked on us [...] - The Hungry Storms;
It was a time when only a fox cunning could save us. That's what happened and we managed! It will be the long story [...] - Forest of Spirits;
Five Storms were like five nemeses, but we managed and Jade Regent had to [...] - Tide of Honor;
We took the judgment of the gods and here’s what happened [...] - The Empty Throne.