Drow Trilogy Book 1 - The Gathering Storm (d20 System) by A. Bott PDF

By A. Bott

ISBN-10: 1904854397

ISBN-13: 9781904854395

The Saga Of The Drow Trilogy sequence from Mongoose Publishing is a compelling new crusade starring, as adversaries, some of the most evil and but enduring myth races - the nefarious darkish elves. now not for over a iteration has the phobia and fascination of gaming’s so much iconic antagonists been so available to the GMs epic crusade arsenal. Saga Of The Drow is an entire crusade - no GM paintings is needed – taking characters from 1st to thirtieth point throughout this robust trilogy. The Drow conflict e-book I: the collection hurricane attracts players into an severe conflict among mild, darkish and the opportunistic, pleasing the fundamental gaming requirement of a lovely and mythical ongoing crusade. the 1st of the trilogy, this 256 web page ebook is packed jam-packed with info on those such a lot evil of creatures, and will be used both as a stand on my own ebook or as a part of the broader set. Written through the gaming industry’s such a lot insightful authority at the Drow, Adrian Bott, The Saga Of The Drow is sure to be some of the most explosive crusade stories to be had for the D20 Roleplaying video game.

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As his face comes into view, you see that his eyes are missing, his teeth are bared in a rictus grin and there is a ragged slash across his throat. This is the ghost of Marcus the tax collector, murdered by Jim Oakenbough and his men. It is not hostile but merely wants to rest. If the Player Characters do not attack it, it will slowly point to the floor (meaning that it needs them to go down to the next level and find its body). If they do attack it, it will use its frightful moan and retreat through the floor.

They say that the mines were closed because they were exhausted but there is still more digging that could be done. There was some other reason for stopping. It has to do with the strange voices that the miners used to hear. Starkweather John’s sword is not with his body. He said that his successor will come for it one day but until then, the village will be safe so long as it stays here. The stone circle on the Tump is old and very powerful. Nobody is quite sure what it is for but they think that the elves put the circle there, long ago, to watch the stars.

It has to do with the strange voices that the miners used to hear. Starkweather John’s sword is not with his body. He said that his successor will come for it one day but until then, the village will be safe so long as it stays here. The stone circle on the Tump is old and very powerful. Nobody is quite sure what it is for but they think that the elves put the circle there, long ago, to watch the stars. The townspeople leave it alone, because Starkweather John told them to. The enemy that Starkweather John fought was some sort of dark-skinned magician.

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