Tomb Of The Swine Prophet
A downloadable Dungeon
In a tavern near the docks of a small coastal town, a drunk fisherman claims he found the burial place of a religious leader of the long lost Swine Empire. “No doubt it’s full of treasure,” he promises. He scratches a map on the table. “It’s right there, and I haven’t told anyone, except for some Rats who bought me drinks earlier today.”
Explore an ancient tomb! Find treasure! Meet rat pirates! Don't get eaten by crocodiles! Or maybe do!
Tomb of the Swine Prophet is a small dungeon for analog adventure games like Unconquered, Cairn, The Vanilla Game, Bastards, Tunnel Goons, and many more.
It can be dropped into most fantasy adventure campaigns and completed in a single gaming session. It is an eleven room dungeon. Five rooms are described, and there is a d20 Random encounter table to describe the other rooms, so the adventure may be different every time it is played. A d12 treasure table and old school creature stats are included.
It can be printed on a single sheet of paper, front and back.
This and much more can be downloaded for $2 a month at Patreon.com/HPS
|Author||Highland Paranormal Society|
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is there a guide for newbies? i bought but i dont understand the mechanics
Its meant to be played using an adventure game like d&d, OSE, tunnel goons, or many others. If you'd like some recommendations or info on how to play just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll be happy to hook you up with some game pdfs to use and explain any questions you have.
thank you :)