Pathfinder Lost Omens: City of Lost Omens Poster Map Folio (P2)

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Explore the streets and scenes of the City at the Center of the World with the City of Lost Omens Poster Map Folio. Four enormous eight-panel maps combine to create by far the largest city map ever published for Pathfinder, a wall-dominating presentation that allows players to get closer than ever before to the intrigues and dangers of Absalom, Pathfinder’s most prominent metr…
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Explore the streets and scenes of the City at the Center of the World with the City of Lost Omens Poster Map Folio. Four enormous eight-panel maps combine to create by far the largest city map ever published for Pathfinder, a wall-dominating presentation that allows players to get closer than ever before to the intrigues and dangers of Absalom, Pathfinder’s most prominent metropolis.

Inspired by the Absalom: City of Lost Omens hardcover sourcebook, the City of Omens Poster Map Folio presents finer detail than ever before for a city map, making it the perfect accompaniment to a campaign set in Absalom, whether it’s Pathfinder Society Organized Play, or a game of your own creation.

A million fates await the heroes in Absalom, and perhaps just slightly fewer buildings, monuments, temples, and taverns. Chart them all in meticulous detail with these gorgeous and gigantic city poster maps!

– The largest city map in Paizo’s nearly two-decade publishing history, equal in size to the titanic and very popular Inner Sea Poster Map Folio for First Edition Pathfinder.
– Works hand-in-hand with the Absalom: City of Lost Omens hardcover sourcebook, and all other Pathfinder releases set in the city of Absalom.
– Absalom is the home base of the Pathfinder Society adventurer’s guild, making these maps of great interest to the more than 85,000 active participants in Paizo’s worldwide Pathfinder Society Organized Play campaign.