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A Pathfinder Roleplaing Game compatible adventure for four to five PCs of 4th level.

Mundane contraptions of incredible complexity appear throughout the realm, but shrink back into obscurity just as quickly as they surfaced. Brandlehill, the gnome town responsible for these impossible to replicate creations, has dispatched local bard Terrence Threncewell to seek out adventurers and end whatever mystery plagues the unique settlement. The PCs, privy to watching the minstrel's own mechanical band go haywire, are commissioned to find a solution to the economic woes of the village just as Brandlehill is attacked by a band of enraged grippli! What plagues these industrious engineers and why have the Glachra Tribes from the nearby Zeranoth Swamps begun a war with Brandlehill?
     It's up to the PCs to find out in Mike Myler's first self-published product, The Clockwork Wonders of Brandlehill! Each of my adventures focuses on two specific themes to engage your players with theatrical descriptions and motifs that put them into the worn leather boots of their characters. This low level adventure focuses on the comical and gross elements of fantasy and is sure to illicit as many giggles from your gaming table as groans of bemusement.

What you will find within The Clockwork Wonders of Brandlehill:

  • Bogden's Tripleshot Crossbow, Phonomono and Grapple Launcher - Three mundane devices with unique effects to compliment the arsenal of any adventuring party.
  • Cyrreksi's Mirrored Spear - A unique magic weapon especially useful for the unlucky combatant.
  • Troll Wigs - Whether used in a devastating trap or to make sure a trollkin stays down, any hater of the greenskins will love this enchanted item.
  • Numerous plot hooks to smoothly integrate this adventure within your existing campaign.
  • Beautiful flowing illustrations by fantasy artist Thom DeLair.
  • Three obsessively detailed maps by cartographer Neil Myler.
  • This introductory adventure is the beginning of the Grualroth's Rot campaign series and proceeds from its sale will go to the production of the next installment, The Mysterious Peaks of Baranthar.
  • Frogs. So very many frogs.
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Brian F. [Featured Reviewer]
October 14th, 2013
Fantasy worlds often overlook the little people. Elves, humans, and the bigger races always seem to get the spotlight. Dwarves occasionally get attention, but often gnomes and halflings are left on the outskirts panhandling for loose change. Clo [...]
July 12th, 2013
An review of the revised edition This module is 37 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page ToC/module summary and 2 pages of SRD, leaving us with 32 pages of content, so let's take a look! This being an a [...]
Peter I. [Featured Reviewer]
May 7th, 2013
The Clockwork Wonders of Brandlehill is a quaint little adventure for 4th level PCs of the Pathfinder RPG. In this adventure the characters get summoned to a little gnomish town full of clockwork machinations, and get embroidered in an adventure that [...]
Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
April 9th, 2013
Opening with one of the best reworkings of 'Your group of adventurers is sitting in an inn one evening when someone approaches you with a job" that I have read in a long time, this is a charming little adventure that manages to play up the comedic [...]
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