What is a Brine Shark in Pathfinder 2e?

What is a Brine Shark in Pathfinder 2e?

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What is a Brine Shark in Pathfinder 2e? Brine sharks are deadly elementals that roam the endless oceans of the Plane of Water. Water elementals can be very destructive, but often not intentionally so; just as water can bring life to those in need on the Material Plane, its waves can pound shores and rains can flood cities. Water elementals are similarly difficult to predict.

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The Sinking Festival

Every decade, a coastal town holds a festival celebrating their harmony with the sea. This year, Brine Sharks have been circling the bay, preventing preparations. The adventurers are hired to find out why the sharks are acting this way and restore peace in time for the festival.

Echoes of the Brine Ancestors

Mysterious monoliths rise from the ocean floor, inscribed with ancient scripts that tell tales of Brine Sharks as protectors of the sea. As the adventurers decipher these stories, they uncover a forgotten covenant between humans and Brine Sharks, leading to a quest to reforge this ancient bond.

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The Brine’s Labyrinth

A treacherous underwater maze is said to hold the “Heart of the Ocean,” a gem of immense power. Brine Sharks are its natural guardians, challenging all who dare enter. The adventurers must navigate this watery maze, facing not just the sharks, but also the labyrinth’s shifting walls and hidden traps.

The Brine Stone Legacy

Ancient scrolls speak of the Brine Stone, a gem that grants its holder dominion over Brine Sharks. When a notorious pirate claims to have found it, coastal towns are under threat. The adventurers must retrieve the stone and ensure it doesn’t fall into the wrong hands.

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The Silver Fin Mystery

Rumors spread of a unique Brine Shark with shimmering silver fins seen near a desolate island. Legends say that capturing this rare creature will grant a single wish. The adventurers embark on a quest to find this elusive Brine Shark, but they’re not the only ones on its trail.

Guardians of the Coral Maze

An ancient underwater city is said to be hidden within a vast coral maze. Brine Sharks, believed to be the guardians of this lost city, fiercely protect its secrets. The adventurers must navigate the labyrinth, avoid or confront its guardians, and uncover the treasures and mysteries of the submerged metropolis.

The Brine Oracle

An old seer speaks of a Brine Shark that possesses the ability to see the future. This oracle of the sea is sought after by many who wish to know their fate. The adventurers are hired to locate this prophetic creature, leading them on a journey filled with danger and destiny.

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