Cult of the Ebon Destroyers is a standalone Pathfinder adventure module, set in Jalmeray (connected with the faux-Indian nation of Vudra). It’s written by newcomer Matthew Goodall, winner of the latest “RPG Superstar” contest at Paizo, and is quite decent without really breaking new ground. A mysterious death cult (maybe modeled a small bit after the historical Thuggees) is sowing discord in the area and apparently setting their sights on assassinating the local ruler. Since that ruler is quite a popular figure, a way must be found to stop the cult assassins and ideally destroy the whole cult. Enter the PCs!
It’s a competent adventure. There are some clues to be followed, which will (ideally) point toward the cult headquarters and a final battle with the cult leader. Nothing bad in that as such, but it feels a bit, well, “been there done that”. There wasn’t really anything here to excite me; the Indian-flavored locale brings some color into the thing, but otherwise it’s quite a straightforward affair. I would have liked to see more intrigue in something like this, instead of the more direct combat fest we get here.