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Tuesday, 10th July, 2012, 07:40 PM #1HarrrbingerGuest
To Slay A Dragon: a traditional adventure for PATHFINDER RPG Kickstarter Project
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To Slay A Dragon: a traditional adventure for PATHFINDER RPG : Do you remember D&D adventures which consisted solely of trekking to a dragon’s lair and slaying it, old-school style? Have you fond memories of the NIGHT BELOW boxed set - in particular the first book which details the area of Haranshire and the various goings-on there?
If you love the idea of a small village setting, detailed with various plot hooks and sub-quests, followed by a good-old fashioned hex-crawl and a dragon slaying, this adventure is for you! It’s NIGHT BELOW crossed with THE HOBBIT. Kinda.
TO SLAY A DRAGON for the PATHFINDER RPG is divided into three parts:
THE ILLS OF HENGISTBURY details the village of Hengistbury and its environs. Numerous small quests and hooks bring the area alive.
THE JOURNEY details the trek to Skull Mountain, the lair of the dragon. A traditional journey across a hex-map, with random encounters and notable locations along the way. The party will be harrassed by the dragon’s kobold spies as they get closer to their destination.
INTO THE DRAGON’s LAIR details the lair of the dragon (a volcano, of course!) and the dragon itself, along with its kobold minions.
TO SLAY A DRAGON is an adventure written by Russell “MORRUS” Morrissey, owner of EN World.
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Last edited by Morrus; Thursday, 9th August, 2012 at 05:01 PM.
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