Although it is difficult to do, it is possible for the PCs to free the family from their ordeal after which they can provide useful information and even some assistance in their fight against Isatemkhebet.4) Scrivener's Wall: The scrivener's wall allows the PCs the opportunity to have a written exchange with Hakotep, the BBEG of the entire AP, before the final adventure.Chapter 5: "The Slave Trenches of Hakotep" By Michael Kortes Entrenched in Peril The Sky Pharaoh Hakotep I has risen and launched an attack against the city of Wati!
2) The Five-Pointed Sun: In the first part of the adventure, the adventurers must confront the master of The Five-Pointed Sun pyramid flying above the city of Wati.
Many of these encounters are optional but serve to give the PCs a glimpse about what life was like in ancient times or further underline the magical might of their creator, Hakotep.
For example, the Obsidian Figurines in the Lantern Vault can allow the adventurers to get an advantage against several of the guardians that Hakotep bound to the Slave Trenches, while in The Hall of Crawling Thoughts, the PCs can risk consuming some psychic centipedes to gain perspective (and bonuses) related to the ancient world (but woe to the PC who would gorge himself on psychic centipedes!
ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-592-1 The Slave Trenches of Hakotep is sanctioned for use in Pathfinder Society Organized Play.
The rules for running this Adventure Path and Chronicle sheet are available as a free download (595 KB zip/PDF).