Gold Edition of Absalom: City of Lost Omens

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Officially licensed by Paizo, this Beadle & Grimm’s boxed set will be filled with elements a Game Master (GM) needs to immerse their players into Pathfinders’ most famous city. Whether they’re playing Pathfinder 2e, Pathfinder 1, or even a 5e rules-based campaign, this set will help a GM establish an incredibly detailed urban setting. 


  • AN ABUNDANCE OF MAPS

The Gold Edition will come with several poster-sized maps of the city, six (6) 24x30” battle maps, an original map of the Starstone Isle, and a map folder with thirteen (13) 8.5x11” district maps with a place for GM or player notes on the back. 


  • IN-WORLD PLAYER HANDOUTS

When the player is handed an Absalom broadsheet, or an invitation to adventure, the GM will actually hand these beautifully designed pieces to the player instead of simply reading them.


  • FACTION JEWELRY, COINS, AND COASTERS! 

Absalom comes with its own unique factions and organizations and the Gold Edition will include three pieces of faction-related jewelry: an Aspis Consortium token, an Arcanamirium pin, and a badge of the city watch. Also included is a set of coins of the realm made by Campaign Coins, including a collectible gold coin that can only be found in the Beadle & Grimm's Gold Edition, all tucked into a pouch adorned with the Vault of Abadar symbol. Slipped into a red B&G pouch, you will find an Absalom: City of Lost Omens Coin of Completion - a collectible coin commemorating your campaign. Finally, a set of four in-world Tri-Stripe Society coasters sure to delight the players and help keep the GM’s table stainless!


  • NPC CARDS AND LOCATION CARDS

Designed to fit over the GM’s screen, these cards will feature artwork of important Absalom non-player characters and key Absalom locations on the player side and important role-playing information or key location information on the GM’s side. 


  • ABSALOM GM SCREEN

The exterior features B&G original art, while the interior will give the GM the quick-reference tables and city-specific information needed to smoothly run their game. 


  • BONUS ADVENTURES

These short adventures, created exclusively by Beadle & Grimm’s for this edition, take advantage of areas, maps and important players in Absalom. They can be dropped in by the GM, or act as launching points for longer adventures of the GM’s design. 


  • ABSALOM, CITY OF LOST OMENS

Paizo’s complete published book is included in smaller booklets that allow the GM to organize the parts of the city needed for a particular session, whether it be an individual district, the comprehensive list of NPCs, or the introduction to the city. 

 

  • PATHFINDER NEXUS INTEGRATION

In the Letter to Purchaser you'll find a printed code to unlock Absalom: City of Lost Omens online in the Pathfinder Nexus on Demiplane!

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Anonymous
Love this

Absolutely stunning addition to my collection

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Robert Koscura
Really beautiful and practically made edition!

Just perfect for city campaign, please note that at least in Norway you definitely pay tolls/customs even if it can say something different. Hope you guys take care of more Pf2e things in the future!!

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Slightly Disappointed GM
Eh

The only thing from the box that I enjoyed and have gotten use of are the coasters--though they should have something on the bottom to prevent scuffing like felt or rubber. The only other thing of value for me was the code for the book via Nexus or Demiplane... or what ever that site is called.

I guess the little trinkets, coins and tokens would have been more appealing if there were enough for the entire party. I could see myself giving them out to everyone during a session where it's relevant but with just one of each it's like "okay, look at the token, now give it back" and that's not particularly exciting or engaging for players.

To use the one shots would have required a lot of prior planning and extra material to make them make sense and match with our campaigns and frankly they never seemed worth it.

Also the map of Kortos would have been great if it had been bigger and included more locations. A really well fleshed out Kortos map would be really really cool. But this is was not one.