I always felt Transformers spent too much time focusing on the humans- I want to see giant robots beating the snot out of one another for almost two hours straight, not watch humans fall/run from collapsing buildings/explosions in slow motion.
Great attention to detail. Professional quality writing and presentation within established Pathfinder/D&D 3.x supplements/adventures. Maps. Intelligent, crafty foes who are well prepared to strike at those who would invade their basements.
Reminds me of an encounter I ran in 2ed AD&D that involved a Kobold wearing Dwarven plate mail, drinking potions of great haste, super-heroism and storm giant strength (all looted from a dead adventurer)- it was a nasty shock for the players.
This is more or less ready to run, out of the box, given any familiarity with pathfinder.
The twist is that the drugs will likely be used to frame someone at a later point in time. I was thinking a federal judge, or maybe a senator. Of course, what's left will probably be sold off to help fund Agency 17. After all, that's what corrupt FBI agents have done multiple times. Go to Comment
A group that wished to be 'ever-living' instead was cursed with 'never-dying'. Thier flesh rotted and fell fromthier bones but still they lived on. Now as skeletons they continue thier quest to remove thier curse. As skeletons they differ in that they do not need controlled or summoned. They are fully fledged NPCs with drives or ideas of thier own. Stabbing and slashing weapons would not affect them.