The citadel atop Hellknight Hill has been claimed, along with the ring of ancient portals in its basement. What dangers lie beyond this magical portal, and what do the cultists who've used it before have in store? There's only one way to find out: the heroes must travel through to the lands beyond, where they will make new allies, face new enemies, and do much, much more! The Age of Ashes Adventure Path continues with "Cult of Cinders"—a complete adventure for 5th–8th level characters.
- Cult of Cinders by Eleanor Ferron (3) - Way of the Ekujae by Eleanor Ferron (64) - Adventure Toolbox by Eleanor Ferron, Leo Glass, James Jacobs, Jason Keeley, and Owen K.C. Stephens (70)
The Pathfinder campaign setting, also known as the Pathfinder Chronicles campaign setting and Lost Omens campaign setting, is a campaign setting designed by Paizo Inc. first for Open Gaming License-compatible roleplaying game systems and later for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. The setting focuses primarily on the world of Golarion and more specifically, the Inner Sea region of Avistan and northern Garund, but there are at least eleven additional planets in the setting and a wide array of other planes.
With the release of the Pathfinder Second Edition ruleset, the campaign setting product line shifted from Pathfinder Campaign Setting to Pathfinder Lost Omens, and the timeline canonically advanced to resolve the events of all Adventure Paths, Pathfinder Society Organized Play campaigns, and other player-driven plotlines to that date.
Age of Ashes is the twenty-fifth Pathfinder Adventure Path and is expected to run from August 2019 to December 2019. It is the first adventure path to use the Second Edition rules of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.
“The mysterious fires burning atop an abandoned Hellknight citadel are but the first of many discoveries waiting to be uncovered in this six-part, monthly Pathfinder campaign of continent-spanning conflict against cultists, slavers, and a fiery draconic devastation that could unleash an Age of Ashes upon the world!"