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Bloodnut Pass

This short adventure covers a small cavern that resides along a high mountain pass.  Adventure contains two new and very deadly creatures to toss at your players. This adventure is gritty, nasty and bloody - expect your characters to die.

Written for Pits & Perils but easily converted to any OSR, this short adventure is sure to challenge even the strongest adventurers. Please note this product contains explicite language and subject matter - don't let the kids read this one!

Pits & Perils is copyright (C) 2013 by James & Robyn George

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June 5th, 2021
I think this game module is really at odds with how the Pits & Perils game world is described or implied in the rule books. The language and descriptions seemed gatuitous and much better suited for a game like Lamentations than P&P. I was disap [...]
April 24th, 2015
Old-school now has its own Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and it's called Bloodnut Pass! This is a short adventure to place between adventures, but it could probably be completed in a single session using the Pits & Perils rules. The dungeon is physica [...]
March 30th, 2015 Let me say this up-front: I know the author from the interwebs (although not in person) and I’m a fan of his maps and his rules-lite game Edge of Space (aff). [...]
March 2nd, 2015
I am a big fan of the material that Matt Jackson comes up with. Normally he does maps, in fact he is prolific with his maps, but I came to know him through his fully realised game Edge of Space. A little while ago he came up with a map called Bloodnu [...]
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March 01, 2015
This title was added to our catalog on March 01, 2015.