By Richard W. Brown, Anne Brown
The loose urban of Greyhawk beckons. Touted because the Gem of the Flanaess, it deals pleasure and event within the type of magic to be realized, bargains to be made, and streets to be explored. yet wait - anything else lurks right here that threatens adventurers at each flip. Is a person following youu - or is it your mind's eye? Why is your occasion receiving threats - you have been on the town just a couple of days!
Something evil does lurk in Greyhawk. yet ahead of it may be eradicated, it needs to first be found. Can your social gathering locate it prior to it reveals you?
Falcon's Revenge is the 1st of a three-part sequence of adventures for the complicated DUNGEONS & DRAGONS second version role-playing online game, however it may also stand by myself. Set within the famed urban of Greyhawk, it provides adventurers a style of lifestyles within the immense urban - with an individual or anything brewing trouble.
Falcon's Revenge is designed for 5 to seven characters of degrees five to 7.
CONTENTS: 64-page e-book w/cover, fold-out map, fold-up cardstock constructions
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The snake-thing was trapped. Her assistants were dead. Elliman had managed to control her followers, who now stood in shock. Elliman spoke eloquently and informed her followers that they were no longer the victims of this woman’s evil. They would 34 do best to forget what had happened, if that was possible, and to go on with their lives. We collected the robes, hoods, and candles, the bodies of the dead cultists, and all other objects of evil, and made a heap in the center of the floor. Some of the followers assisted us, obviously relieved to be free of this evil.
These are men who devoted their lives to St. Cuthbert and performed noble deeds in his name. The priests you see are the former heads of this temple. The paladins, each in their own way, performed some outstanding service that required bravery and selflessness in the superlative. “The man you see here”Wasek approaches one of the paintings-“is my grandfather, talamar Thraydin. I never knew him, but the legends say that he fought and defeated an evil cult in the city. It somehow seems appropriate that we are here today to discuss a similar evil.
Each portrait hangs in its own intricately carved frame. Of the twelve portraits, five can be recognized as paladins and seven as clerics. The men are attired in their best costumes: the paladins in plate ar- mor, bearing sword and shield, and the clerics in fine robes. Wasek notices you observing the paintings, and begins to explain. “These are men who devoted their lives to St. Cuthbert and performed noble deeds in his name. The priests you see are the former heads of this temple. The paladins, each in their own way, performed some outstanding service that required bravery and selflessness in the superlative.