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Death in Freeport Revised

Death in Freeport Revised

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Return to the beginning of the d20 phenomena with this classic adventure! The original version of Death in Freeport was released on August 10, 2000, the very same day as the 3E PHB. Despite a very large print run, the adventure sold out within a year and has been out of print ever since. It went on to win the very first ENnie Award and the Origins Award for Best RPG Adventure. Death in Freeport Revised makes this classic adventure available again in PDF format, with updated stats for the 3.5 rules.

Death in Freeport Revised is a 32-page module from Chris Pramas, the author of the AD&D Guide to Hell and d20 System smash hit Legions of Hell. The first book for the d20 System, this adventure has been designed for 1st to 3rd level characters and is an ideal starting place for a new campaign. The player characters find themselves stranded in Freeport, a great trading city, after a deal goes sour. A seemingly simple job plunges them into the strange underside of the city, where they uncover secrets worth dying for.

Death in Freeport is the first part of the epic Freeport Trilogy and the beginning of this dynamic product line. This PDF also includes a special 4-page excerpt from Creatures of Freeport.

An adventure for 1st- to 3rd-level characters. Requires the use of the Dungeons & Dragons®, Third Edition Core Books, by Wizards of the Coast, for use.

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Chris G. [Featured Reviewer]
January 22nd, 2007
Death to Freeport takes us back to the first days of d20. It was released at the same time of the Player?s Handbook almost five years ago. Since then it has been quite popular and served as our first glimpse into the exciting city of Freeport. It has [...]
May 7th, 2006
This is a suberb adventure for low level characters and a great introduction into the Freeport setting. There is a good blend of puzzle solving, NPC interaction, and of course, fighting in this one. And it kicks off a great trilogy of adventures, not [...]
August 7th, 2005
WARNING: This review contains spoilers! DMs should read it, players should not. Death in Freeport is an updated 3.5 adventure that won an ENnie Award and an Origins Award for Best RPG Adventure. Given that kind of accolades, you can expect an a [...]
November 19th, 2004
This adventure has to be one of the best ones I've ever seen. Death in Freeport will fit into any campaign setting, from the Forgotten Realms to, Dragonlance, and even you own homebrewed world. It has a fair amount of combat, and the plot is very int [...]
July 28th, 2004
Very good entry-level city based adventure. It has a fair amount of PC investigation involved, so make sure your players are in to that sort of play. Glad to see it available again. Note that there is also a conversion to the Arcana Unearthed setting [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on June 16, 2004.