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Tuesday, 29th November, 2011, 01:31 PM #1
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[0one Games] You defeated the dragon, now what?
Want more beginners adventures? Here they are! Fangs from the Past is a basic Pathfinder adventure written by the master adventure writer Tito Leati. It features simplified statblocks for monsters and is fully playable with the simplified ruleset. It includes battlemaps for running the fights, handouts, some pawns and plenty of GM's tips. It will also include a "Pro" appendix to allow veteran GMs to fully enjoy the adventure, using Pathfinder Complete Ruleset.
Fangs from the Past features:
• All-star team: Tito Leati, Tim Hitchcock, Roberto Pitturru
• Beginner adventure for character levels 1-2
• Five battlemaps for miniature gaming
• Five handouts
• Eleven pawns including gnolls, kobolds and the featured villain, the Sturgimate
In Gafolweed, a village on the borderlands, autumn brought the first chills and a sense of deep concern. The harvest has been meager, and they say that Zafron, a cruel boy who trafficked in witchcraft, has returned from exile to poison the land and unleash a monster on his former fellow citizens. This creature has already slain three young men, the last of which, Halmil, has just been found dead in the forest. As fear makes its way in the hearts of the villagers, a old tale passes from mouth to mouth, a tale that sinks its roots not in the recent history of Gafolweed, but many, many decades before…
Will your fellowship of budding heroes be able to defy the Fangs from the Past?
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