Adventures in Fangfinder use an adaption of the Storytelling Adventure System (SAS) by White Wolf. They are sorted by their difficulty levels for Fangfinder characters in the following categories:
Beginner (Level 1 - 4)
Seasoned (Level 5 - 8)
Established (Level 9 - 12)
Veteran (Level 13 - 16)
Legend (Level 17 - 20)
Each adventure then follows a certain structure, split up into several categories and articles. These structures never change, so they are easy to follow and to adapt. Within the adventure itself, you'll have 4 categories:
Some adventures will also feature premade character sheets, which you will find in a separate section. Since this is optional and not true for every adventure, the category is not listed above.
The introduction category features all the backstory, special rules used within that adventure and most of the information a DM will need to run that adventure and roleplay the important NPC.
This category contains the important NPC and major antagonists of that specific adventure. It has the character sheet attached and contains all information needed about the motivation and goals of that character.
The Scenes category is the heart and soul of the adventure. It contains every scene used in the adventure, written as a whole and attached as a scene card. This scene card contains the essential information needed, such as circumstance modfiers. It also contains information about character goals in that specific scene and DM goals. If you need to change things up, make an encounter or scene easier or more difficult, you'll find advice to do so, too!
Every scene has a scene card, but the Aftermath card contains information about total experience points, consequences and sometimes hooks to build additional adventures from here.
Here you'll find all the handouts needed for your players. Be it notes, journal entries or book passages. I do my very best to provide them in a good, printable format, so you can easily print them out and use them at your table. But of course, this is mainly designed to work with World Anvil, where you can upload things and use them as handouts in your Digital Storyteller Screen (DSTS).