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FS3 - Monastery of the White Rose

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Two days ago while in the Village of Balis you heard a rumor of an abandoned monastery.  With such a deserted location already so close at hand one could not refuse the temptation of checking on its possible gains-whether it is treasure or knowledge that is to say.  Yet the gains must surely be worthy of someone as adventurous and brave as yourself.  Through further investigation of the rumors of the townspeople you have discovered that the old monastery is said to be haunted with the dead walking the grounds.  Directions were located and after a final day’s praying you set out to locate the Monastery of the White Rose.

This adventure takes a single PC into a deserted monastery to discover adventure! This adventure is for a single beginning adventurer or an experienced adventurer who wants to go alone on an adventure.

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Frank S June 21, 2018 12:21 am UTC
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You could, but it wasn't written as such. This one was written as a true solo for 1st/2nd edition: http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/119884/FS2--Tabernacle-of-the-KaSikFal
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Jeffrey R June 20, 2018 11:32 pm UTC
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Interesting, as both the location (a monastery) and the fact that it can be played by a single adventurer are very appealing to me. Can this be played truly solo? I.e., without a GM? Just the player making his way through through adventure.
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10
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FS0003
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March 13, 2014
This title was added to our catalog on October 08, 2013.