Yes, the folks at Paizo already know it's quite a name for an adventure considering all the stuff that's gone on this year. The sets were in development long before anyone knew what 2020 was going to be like. Anyway, if you're interested in where the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game is headed next, you can get a full roadmap of the Year of Rotting Ruin here.
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First, the elephant: Let me say that we did not expect the title of our latest Pathfinder Adventure Card Society epic to be so prophetic. Year of Rotting Ruin brought gamers a sweeping torrent of plagues, economic chaos, civil unrest, and... well, anyway. Sometimes you pick a theme and sometimes the theme picks you.
With that said, I want to wrap up one of the best Adventure Paths you’ll find in our eight-year Pathfinder Adventure Card Game history. Year of Rotting Ruin was the first Pathfinder Adventure Card Society AP to use our new Core Set and Curse of the Crimson Throne Adventure Path. Coordinator Linda Zayas-Palmer, designer Keith Richmond, and storytellers Elizabeth Corrigan, Katina Davis, Jaym Gates, Steven Hammond, Ron Lundeen, Jennifer Povey, and Diego Valdez crafted an intricate and pulse-pounding series of tales. These are not the kind of tales you tell your kids. These are the kind you read with one hand in front of your face.
If you’ve finished The Dragon’s Demand and Curse of the Crimson Throne, and are wondering what to do next, here’s a travelogue through your next nightmare.