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Having steeped their weapons in the ancient magic of Thassilon, Ezren, Merisiel, Harsk and Valeros prepare to confront the newly risen Runelord Karzoug at the seat of his power. To do so, they must travel high into the mountains, to the fabled city of Xin-Shalast, where they are confronted by enormous giants and dragons before they can finally confront the mad wizard of greed in his mountaintop palace. Yet can defeating Runelord Karzoug stop the rise of the Runelords? Or are there more terrors yet to come?

©2015 Big Finish Productions (P)2015 Big Finish Productions

What listeners say about Pathfinder Legends - Rise of the Runelords 1.6 Spires of Xin-Shalast

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Missing some of my favourite moments, still great.

There's only so much thou can glean from a dramatic reading, for the full story I'd play the game too if I were you.
still hella entertaining though, A+ for the voice actors and music.

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Excellent six-part series

Great performances brought the iconic rpg characters to life - the plot was easy to follow and compelling but the action was difficult to visualise simply from the sounds of combat.