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The Ruined Abbey of Saint Tabitha


NOTICE: This product is compatible with Pits & Perils!

Years ago, a sudden earthquake buried the Abbey of Saint Tabitha and ever since, evil things stalk the hills east of Dunkirk.  Can a novice group of heroes reclaim the abbey for law? 

Let your players decide!

The Ruined Abbey of Saint Tabitha is an adventure setting designed specifically for Pits & Perils, although easily customizable for ANY old-school role-playing system...  

This product has:

A complete dungeon (the ruined abbey) fully described in all its particulars, but with blank space left for the referee to fill in with their own original material.

For those wanting a complete adventure, there's a fully stocked dungeon for Pits & Perils complete with monsters, treasures, and magic items for a party of 3-5 characters of 1-3rd level.

Dunkirk, with its own characters, culture, and unique history. 

The Ruined Abbey of Saint Tabitha is an adventure setting, ready for inserting into an existing campaign or forming the basis for a new one - great for newcomers and seasoned grognards alike!

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September 30th, 2016
If you plan on running a Pits & Perils campaign and you need a starting point for your homebrew world then this is an essential. Basic D&D had the Keep on the Borderlands and this is Pits & Perils foundation module/setting. They start you [...]
September 14th, 2014
First, I am completely in love with the design aesthetic James & Robyn George use for their products. This booklet looks like you could have bought it 30 years ago at a garage sale: old typewriter font, simple formatting and layout, and all black [...]
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June 30, 2020
This title was added to our catalog on September 12, 2014.