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The Treasure of Welthorp


Coming into possession of a treasure map that purports to lead to a cache of treasure hidden by the famous brigand and adventurer Morvan Blackmane, your party sets off on the journey, which lasts several days and is relatively uneventful.

When you arrive at the destination, a stream crossing unmistakably marked on the map, you realize something’s very, very wrong. There shouldn’t be a village here!

The Treasure of Welthorp is an adventure for 3-6 characters of level 2-3, and is designed to be played purely by role-playing and problem solving (an option does exist for those who prefer their game with more mayhem). Can your players discover the location of the treasure using only their charm and wits?

Written for the Adventures Dark and Deep™ rules, The Treasure of Welthorp can be played with most Basic and Advanced compatible rule sets with little or no conversion needed.

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Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
February 19th, 2013
This is really rather fun! The characters have come into possession of a well-provenanced treasure map (never mind how) and head off eagerly to the remote valley it depicts to go dig the treasure up. Only... there's a prosperous little village o [...]
February 19th, 2013
This module was essentially written as part of the ill fated Dwimmermount campaign as part of the stretch goals, the author (known for his Adventures Dark & Deep) kindly offered to write an adventure detailing one of the treasure maps found in Dwim [...]
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