Heart of the Jungle

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Heart of the Jungle
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Author(s) Tim Hitchcock, Jason Nelson, Amber Scott, Chris Self, and Amber Stewart
Publisher Paizo Publishing, LLC
Price Print: $19.99
PDF: $15.99
Released June 2010
Type Sourcebook
Binding Paperback
Pages 64 pages
isbn ISBN 978-1-60125-247-0
Rules set PFRPG
Series Pathfinder Chronicles
Follows Faction Guide
Precedes City of Strangers
Artwork from Heart of the Jungle

Heart of the Jungle, a sourcebook by Tim Hitchcock, Jason Nelson, Amber Scott, Chris Self, and Amber Stewart, was released in June 2010.

The Jungle AwaitsFrom tropical coasts, where greedy colonial powers pillage the land, to remote jungles and rolling savannas of mystics and lion-riders, the Mwangi Expanse is a region of boundless opportunity. Underneath the steaming jungle canopy, the lost ruins of ancient giants shelter isolated tribes, bloodthirsty predators, and screaming hordes of demon-worshiping apes. Sites of ancient magic lie almost forgotten to the outside world, and a steady stream of bold explorers ventures into the trackless wilderness after legendary fountains of youth and cities of gold, never to return. For the jungle is a living, breathing entity, and it's always hungry... Heart of the Jungle is the perfect supplement for any jungle campaign.

Inside this 64-page book, you'll find:

  • New rules for adventuring in the jungle, including hazards like diseases, fungi, poisonous plants, insect swarms, quicksand, and more.
  • Nine new jungle cities, from the colonial trade town of Bloodcove to the cyclopean astrologer-fortress of Jaha, complete with full statistics and maps.
  • Information on the many cultures of the Mwangi Expanse, encompassing both the major human tribes and the jungle's more alien and monstrous denizens.
  • A detailed gazetteer of some of the Expanse's most legendary adventure sites, from the crashed flying city of Kho to the City of Hungry Spires.
  • More than a dozen new maps of cities and jungles, each one highly detailed for GM reference or artistically rendered for player handouts.
  • Five new monsters, including the flesh-eating botfly, the ancient jungle treant, and the terrifying ape-men known as angazhani.
  • Massive random encounter tables for multiple jungle adventure terrain types.


For an alphabetical listing of all the relevant terms in this supplement, please visit its Index.