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Pathfinder Second Edition
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With this module the GM can add an animation of a ghostly image and its foot prints as it makes its way though the dungeon.
It also contains additional assets, tokens and maps for the premium content release of the Abomination vaults adventure path by Paizo.
There are Journals for the NPC Map handouts for all levels , the other assets you can find in the /artwork directory.
Map assets and artwork by Forgotten Adventures, https://www.forgotten-adventures.net/
Vollok token inspired by and derived from artwork by Greg Bruni, https://www.gregbrunicreations.com/
A Dynamically controlled particle system for the GM to play an animation of the ghost's path in AV.
To use: Add the Macro "Open Footsteps Control" from the Footsteps of Otari Macro folder.
Click on it to open the floating control window. In the premium module, if you haven't modified the MapIDs it will auto-detect the path to play.
For community content you will have to choose the version/level yourself.
Use play/pause/speed control on the animation, or scrub with the timeline
Journal Handouts for maps that can be provided by NPCs
Boss Skrawg – Inspired by DMSteve, https://www.recallknowledge.com/
Volluk’s Desk - blueprints of levels 1-3
Top down tokens for these NPCs: C1-Augrael, D8-Volluk, and D9-LasdaVenkervale
Hazard tokens for the BrownMold(B20) and Hall of Hatred(B29)
To install this package, open your Foundry Setup screen and navigate to your Module tab and click the Install Module button.
From there, you can either search for the package unique name: footsteps-of-otari or copy its manifest URL:
And paste it to the input box at the bottom of your window.
You can install this package directly to your Forge account.
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