Grinning Pixie

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Grinning Pixie

Source: Lost Omens Pathfinder Society Guide, pg(s). 78–81
See also: Arcadian Mariner's Lodge

The Grinning Pixie is a merchant vessel owned by the Pathfinder Society and re-fitted as a mobile Pathfinder lodge, the Arcadian Mariner's Lodge. It undertakes missions on the Arcadian Ocean.1 Its captain rotates every few years, or at least it should: previous captain Calisro Benarry ignored the end of her contract for several years and ran the ship for a decade before being ordered to surrender it in 4719 AR.2

The ship is currently under the command of the half-elven shipwright, Eras the Needle.3


The Pixie began as the Golden Barb, a carrack built in the shipyards of Ostenso, Cheliax, in 4673 AR. The Pathfinder Society hired it in 4674 AR as part of the efforts to reopen the the Pathfinder lodge of Delvehaven, but after the lodge was shuttered by Cheliax in 4676 AR, the Society claimed it as their own. It was renamed the Grinning Pixie in 4679 AR, designated a Pathfinder lodge, and placed under the command of Venture-Captain Tal Xtimbuo.4


A recently decoded carving on the Grinning Pixie has suggested that an abandoned sahuagin city lies on the ocean floor off the Rahadoumi island of Nuat's western coast, but as of 4720 AR no one has investigated the rumor.5


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  1. Tim Hitchcock, Erik Mona, James L. Sutter, and Russ Taylor. (2009). Seekers of Secrets: A Guide to the Pathfinder Society, p. 29. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-178-7
  2. John Compton, Michael Sayre, Tonya Woldridge, and Linda Zayas-Palmer. (2019). Pathfinder Society Guide to Play 0.02, Paizo Inc.
  3. Lu Pellazar. (2019). Star-Crossed Voyages, p. 4. Paizo Inc.
  4. Kate Baker et al. (2020). "Pathfinder Society Lodges". Pathfinder Society Guide, p. 80. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-64078-278-5
  5. Kate Baker et al. (2020). "Pathfinder Society Lodges". Pathfinder Society Guide, p. 81. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-64078-278-5