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Lost City of: Barakus

Produkttyp: Quellenmaterial ¸ Hardcover mit 212 Seiten für [D20-System]

Sprache: Englisch

Verlag: Troll Lord Games [HP]

Preis: unbekannt

Preis: $35 (ca. Preis, unverbindlich, ggf. gerundet)

Erstveröffentlichung: 2003

Rezension: keine vorhanden

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Erhaltene Awards:
  • Gen Con & ENWorld RPG Award 2004 - Best Adventure, Platz 1 , Lost City of Barakus (Troll Lord Games/Necromancer Games)
  • ENnie-Award 2004 - Best Adventure, Platz 1 , Lost City of Barakus (Troll Lord Games/Necromancer Games)

Info-Text:
Plunge into the forgotten city of Barakus where only the bold survive! Explore cavernous dungeons¸ intrigue with wary soldiers and battle horrors from the edge of time. Barakus is an Epic introductory location-based adventure for character levels 1-5¸ revised for the 3.5 system. This huge adventure provides months of gaming material. The book details a complete city¸ the wilderness surrounding it¸ and a huge¸ 5-level dungeon. Dozens of minor quests and puzzles are used to distract and entertain adventurers while the main storyline builds to a crescendo.

This adventure and sourcebook contains over 30 highly detailed side quests that take place in the wilderness and city¸ and the dungeon itself contains over 200 numbered encounter areas. Players can attempt to stop the city beggars from being sold as slaves¸ face bandits in the wilderness¸ expose the corruption of a noble family¸ and destroy an ancient evil that caused the downfall of the lost civilization. Written by industry renowned authors WDB Kenower and Bill Webb¸ this adventure is the perfect way to begin a new campaign¸ or to continue an existing one.

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