Written by the setting’s creator, incomparable RPG author Monte Cook, Ptolus: Queen of Lies is an action-packed fantasy adventure painstakingly re-designed for Ptolus: Monte Cook’s City by the Spire. Involving numerous challenging scenarios for characters of 11th level, Queen of Lies is filled with dozens of dark elf personalities, cunningly showcasing... [click here for more]
BLOOD STORM, by Adam Windsor, is a mini-campaign adventure designed for parties of four or more Iron Heroes characters, filled with enough action and drama to take the heroes from 5th to 9th level. Following on the success of Adam’s first Fiery Dragon adventure for Iron Heroes, DARK HARBOR, this adventure revolves around the Cult of the Crimson Path and builds... [click here for more]
ENnie Nominee Best Adventure Honourable Mention WELCOME TO MALADOR! A corrupt city built on the sunken remains of an opulent empire; nefarious politicians and mercenary guardsmen profiting on the backs of the downtrodden; mysterious pirates, multi-headed monsters, and body pits filled with the living dead; secret arena death-matches, a mobilizing neighbor, a proposal for... [click here for more]
Creating a normal murder-mystery adventure is hard. Creating a murder-mystery for Monte Cook’s Arcana Evolved – a game full of powerful magic and memory-traveling heroes – is even harder. Here’s where Arcana Evolved expert Soren Keis-Thustrup helps you out! Circle of Rites is a well thought-out murder-mystery that includes... [click here for more]
One of the first adventures ever produced for d20 gaming, now reproduced for Pathfinder!ENnie Award-nominee!
The last of his line, Baron Paytro NeMoren has left his dark secret sealed for decades in the family's underground vault. Now, years after his death, a group of stalwart heroes has gathered according to the baron's final wishes. At last, the seal will be broken... [click here for more]
In the town of Bellhold, it's not difficult to realize that something is wrong. Everyone is irritable and suffering from nightmares, children are missing, and the local adventuring company has been gone for a week. Yet the townsfolk's headaches are sure to pass, so the mayor is not especially worried.
He should be.
Of Sound Mind flings you into a maelstrom of trouble, for the situation... [click here for more]