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Blackcliffe, the Fortress City, capital of Anglsea, a city whose rugged beauty rivals that of Danzipa, the City of Trances, is under threat. Deathsinger cultists plot to weaken the city from within by fomenting a war amongst the merchants, leaving Blackcliffe ripe for invasion. The streets will run with the blood of the innocent unless the adventurers are able to defeat the cultists.

Bedlam in Blackcliffe is a short scenario for the Legend game, suitable for a party of 4-6 moderately experienced adventurers. Ideally, each adventurer’s primary skills, i.e. combat or professional skills, should be around the 70-80% range. It is easily used with most D100 games with little or no work required.

The scenario is written for Swords & Sorcery styled games but can be easily adapted to any fantasy style or time period. Enterprising Games Masters may like to flesh out the greater world hinted at in the adventure to suit their groups tastes or can slot Blackcliffe into their own campaign worlds changing the names as appropriate.

The scenario also contains a Cult to pit against the adventurers and a number of statistic blocks for typical NPC's and of course, the major villain and his henchman.

Blackcliffe, Karimor and San Pell will feature in an upcoming OGL setting for the Legend game - stay tuned!

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November 09, 2016
This title was added to our catalog on November 07, 2016.
Abbott & Greene
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