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|Weight||approx. 45 grams|
Q-workshop presents dice set for the second part of series released by Paizo Publishing - Pathfinder Chronicles: Curse of the Crimson Throne. Dice, that in red and yellow represent the splendour and richness of kings court. Its shiny appearance, that hides ambition, revenge.. and secrets better not uncovered.
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The scarlet on the cursed throne (described in the title of the campaign) literally and metaphorically comes from the spilt blood. This campaign is not a peaceful one and in some
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