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1 Session Dungeons #4 - Trollstone Catacombs

1 Session Dungeons #4 - Trollstone Catacombs

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Simple mini adventures designed to be played in a single session lasting a few hours.

Playtested with Pathfinder, but you can use any system you like.

Each short, sweet, skirmish based adventure comes with a battle map (compatible with one inch figure bases and designed to be repro printed to hi-res), player handout(s), suggested scenarios and a printable PDF version of the battlemap in A4 sections.

In addition the maps and handouts come with an End User License which allows other publishers to extract them for use in their own products.


Estimated time of session: 3 to 4hrs

The ghost town of Urtol, little more than a collection of village streets and tumbledown ruins, has long stood in this location.

Nobody lives here and none who dwell in this land remember a time when the town was inhabited. The sagging rooftops have become home to crows and ravens whose cries are solemn and cruel; the broken cobbles have long fallen into disrepair; and everywhere a grey mist carries rumour of ill hope and despair.

Urtol, they say, is a cursed place of death and pain. Few in their right mind ever venture there except by chance.

In the middle of the town stands an old wishing well named Gravesdown Bore. Here, local tale weavers tell, lies the source of Urtol's miserable past. For it is from this well that the Troll-kind emerged in their multitude to bring doom upon the simple folk of Urtol.


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January 31st, 2012
This is a handy little map. It's a good size for a 4-5 hour session once you dump some traps, encounters, and a little imagination into it. My only complaint is minor, which is that the grid is a little thick. [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on January 24, 2012.