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| author    = [[Crystal Frasier]] ''et al.''
 
| author    = [[Crystal Frasier]] ''et al.''
 
| author1  = Crystal Frasier
 
| author1  = Crystal Frasier
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| author2  = Adrian Ng
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| author3  = Kate Baker
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| author4  = Owen K.C. Stephens
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| author5  = Thurston Hillman
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| author6  = Christopher Carey
 
| publisher = [[Paizo Inc.]]
 
| publisher = [[Paizo Inc.]]
 
| pubcode  = PZO7214
 
| pubcode  = PZO7214
| price    = Print: $22.99<!--<br>PDF: $15.99-->
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| price    = Print: $22.99<br>PDF: $15.99
 
| expected  = March 2019
 
| expected  = March 2019
 
| type      = Adventure Path issue
 
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'''''Soldiers of Brass''''', a [[Starfinder Roleplaying Game]] adventure written by [[Crystal Frasier]]<!--, with supporting articles by [[AUTHORS IN A LIST]]-->, is expected to be released in March 2019. It is the second adventure in the [[Dawn of Flame]] [[Starfinder Adventure Path]].
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'''''Soldiers of Brass''''', a [[Starfinder Roleplaying Game]] adventure written by [[Crystal Frasier]], with supporting articles by [[Adrian Ng]], [[Kate Baker]], Crystal Frasier, [[Owen K.C. Stephens]], [[Thurston Hillman]], and [[Christopher Carey]], is expected to be released in March 2019. It is the second adventure in the [[Dawn of Flame]] [[Starfinder Adventure Path]].
  
 
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| quote  = Now employees of solar researchers, the [[Deep Cultures Institute]], the heroes are set to investigate what's happening in the [[sun]]. Burglars in the DCI museum throw that plan askew by facilitating the theft of DCI data. The missing files are compiled and cross-referenced rumors on potential intelligent life inside the [[Pact Worlds system|Pact Worlds]] star, none substantiated. Who might want such speculation, and why? Following the robbers' path takes the characters to the bubble city of [[Corona]] and the infamous, unstable [[Brass Bazaar]]. It turns out the thieves weren't the only ones interested in the DCI's guesswork. The heroes must uncover who has the stolen data, find out where it's stored, and extract it. In the process, they discover more than they bargained for!
 
| quote  = Now employees of solar researchers, the [[Deep Cultures Institute]], the heroes are set to investigate what's happening in the [[sun]]. Burglars in the DCI museum throw that plan askew by facilitating the theft of DCI data. The missing files are compiled and cross-referenced rumors on potential intelligent life inside the [[Pact Worlds system|Pact Worlds]] star, none substantiated. Who might want such speculation, and why? Following the robbers' path takes the characters to the bubble city of [[Corona]] and the infamous, unstable [[Brass Bazaar]]. It turns out the thieves weren't the only ones interested in the DCI's guesswork. The heroes must uncover who has the stolen data, find out where it's stored, and extract it. In the process, they discover more than they bargained for!
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This volume of Starfinder Adventure Path continues the Dawn of Flame Adventure Path and includes:
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* "Soldiers of Brass," a Starfinder adventure for 3rd-level characters, by [[Crystal Frasier]].
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* An array of quirky locations in the Brass Bazaar, along with the people and items found in them, by [[Adrian Ng]].
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* A tourists' survey of the [[Burning Archipelago]], by [[Kate Baker]].
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* An archive of [[elemental]] creatures, from mischievous [[mephit]]s to cruel [[salamander]]s, by Crystal Frasier and [[Owen K.C. Stephens]].
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* Statistics and deck plans for an [[efreeti]] starship, by [[Thurston Hillman]], and a vignette of a desert world that serves as a haven for damaged [[starship]]s, by [[Christopher Carey]].
 
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Starfinder Adventure Path #14:
Soldiers of Brass
Soldiers of Brass
PZO7214
(Adventure)
Author(s) Crystal Frasier et al.
Publisher Paizo Inc.
Price Print: $22.99
PDF: $15.99
Expected March 2019
Type Adventure Path issue
Binding Paperback
Pages 64 pages
ISBN ISBN 978-1-64078-117-7
Rules set SFRPG
Series Starfinder Adventure Path #14
Dawn of Flame 2 of 6
Follows Fire Starters
Precedes Sun Divers
Artwork from Soldiers of Brass

Soldiers of Brass, a Starfinder Roleplaying Game adventure written by Crystal Frasier, with supporting articles by Adrian Ng, Kate Baker, Crystal Frasier, Owen K.C. Stephens, Thurston Hillman, and Christopher Carey, is expected to be released in March 2019. It is the second adventure in the Dawn of Flame Starfinder Adventure Path.

This adventure path issue has been announced but has not yet been released.
Product details such as release date, authors, cover art, and contents are subject to change.
Hired GunsNow employees of solar researchers, the Deep Cultures Institute, the heroes are set to investigate what's happening in the sun. Burglars in the DCI museum throw that plan askew by facilitating the theft of DCI data. The missing files are compiled and cross-referenced rumors on potential intelligent life inside the Pact Worlds star, none substantiated. Who might want such speculation, and why? Following the robbers' path takes the characters to the bubble city of Corona and the infamous, unstable Brass Bazaar. It turns out the thieves weren't the only ones interested in the DCI's guesswork. The heroes must uncover who has the stolen data, find out where it's stored, and extract it. In the process, they discover more than they bargained for!

This volume of Starfinder Adventure Path continues the Dawn of Flame Adventure Path and includes:

Adventure overview

Level
  • 3rd
  • Location(s)
  • Corona
  • the Sun