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Thursday, 19th June, 2008, 02:40 AM #1
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- PbP boards, Canada
ø Ignore Jemal
Gaming w/Jemal: Past Tense (4E) OOC
Allright, inspired by This thread, I've decided to run a 4E campaign.
Past Tense - A 4th Edition D&D adventure
Your characters are powerful heroes who've saved your nation several times. Your last foe was a powerful Lich. After several months you managed to track him down, beat through his forces, and finally slay him. Unfortunately, when you went to destroy his Phylactery, it unleashed a terrible curse. Your bodies spasmed and you each fell, twitching, to the floor. When you awoke, the air seemed even more stale than before and you found yourselves weakened. Exiting the crypt required you to wade through mounds of rubble and walls of webbing. The corpses of the foes you'd killed on your way were nowhere to be found and the floor covered in a deep layer of dust which you kicked up with each step. Finally reaching the exit into the sunlight, you couldn't help but stop and stare in awe. When you'd first entered the crpyt, it had been located in a graveyard just outside of town... but now all that can be seen in every direction is Jungle.
Just what the hell happened in there?
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