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The Sorcerer of Volupa


Embark an an Arabian adventure of swashbuckling, sword, and sorcery!  

When a princess is kidnapped by an evil sorcerer, the Sultan of Juman offers bold adventurers rich rewards for her safe return. But the sorcerer of the island of Volupa is well protected. Pirates, monsters, and the very sea itself seem to protect his island from unwanted heroics. The jungle island itself is said to be teeming with monstrosities assembled by the sorcerer to protect his sanctum. This swashbuckling adventure will require all the cunning and high-flying action the heroes can muster!

In addition to an Arabian adventure of swashbuckling heroics, this product features:

  • All PDFs are layered so you can print them as a "printer friendly" file.

    A 6-page landscape format GM’s screen full of useful information for running Honor + Intrigue for both GMs and Players alike.

  • 8 new Dueling Styles for use with any Honor + Intrigue campaign including:

    • Wilhelm Tell (crossbow)

    • Badiya Siklon (“Desert Cyclone”, paired scimitars)

    • Baaz Ke Panje (“Falcon’s Talon”, scimitar and knife)

    • Fedai (heavy scimitar)

    • Fate’s Favorite (for one armed with sheer luck)

    • Kurash (wrestling)

    • Yilan Azidi (“Serpent’s Fang”, paired knives)

    • Yldrm (“Lightning”, scimitar)

    • And advice for augmenting “The Eastern Style” from Honor + Intrigue.

  • New Middle Eastern equipment including the kris, kukri, talwar, heavy scimitar, and chainmail armor

  • 8 sample PCs so you can dive right into the adventure.  There is even advice on how to customize this adventure for certain PCs to personalize the game.

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Tim L October 27, 2016 12:03 pm UTC
So there are two files in the download package titled 'Honor__Intrigue_GMs_Screen.PDF' & 'HIGMScreenBackup.pdf'. Is there a difference between both files as the content seems identical? Also, what is the purpose of the 7th blank page in both?

And then one more question if you'll allow me, but is there no graphic front for the GM screen? The one included now only included tables and text for the GM side of a screen, bit nothing to show at the outside.
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Chris R October 29, 2016 7:09 am UTC
So some customers had difficulty displaying or printing correctly the original version; so we re-created the file and this seemed to resolve the issue for them. The 7th page seems to be an error; but as it is blank, it won't be a problem, I hope.
There is no picture included in this GM screen. I made it with the intention of a 6 panel screen (one that folds to have 3 parts, with 2 sides each). Some of that info was intended to be facing the players' side of the screen.
I have commissioned a piece of art to work as the center art for an 8-panel screen, and this will be part of another Honor + Intrigue module released later down the road. But I suppose it might make sense to make that art available sooner for those who want to use it with the existing GM screen. I'll look into adding it.
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Tim L October 30, 2016 8:12 am UTC
Ok I see! I thought that may have been the case, but I was just confused by the two separate download copies which made me wonder if one was supposed to be art and whether DriveThru had made a booboo in my downloads or something. :) Cheers for clearing that up. And no pressure regarding the art; if it comes in another module, which our group will definitely get anyway, thats more than fine. In the meantime I can always whip up something home-made.
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