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The air is moist. The moisture mixes with your sweat — the heat is relentless. The drone of insects gives you headaches, and the fever from the infected wounds has left you delirious. Your raft is damaged, and there are spirits in the trees.

You’ve only been here for three days.

Fever Swamp is a hex-crawl sandbox adventure compatible with Lamentations of the Flame Princess and most other Dungeons & Dragons clones.

Fever Swamp was written by Young Master Luke Gearing, previously famed for his contributions to the world's favourite outsider role-playing 'zine, The Undercroft, and illustrated by Andrew Walter, who surreptitiously inserted sigil magic into his work on our previous publication, Crypts of Indormancy, to uncertain ends. We encourage you to purchase and investigate it for yourself, for the greater good.

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Martin N March 17, 2019 9:42 pm UTC
I've just purchased this and it's awesome. Is there a player map available?
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Mark J January 21, 2019 10:43 am UTC
I don't mean to be antagonistic, but is that £9 for a 32 page pdf? That seems quite expensive.
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Daniel S February 06, 2019 12:03 am UTC
Our PDFs are priced around how much the physical books cost, which is priced based on production costs. We might mess with the formula for future releases to see what happens but it's unlikely to veer too wildly.
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Ed S April 23, 2022 6:14 pm UTC
I would have bought this product but due to your comment that you price a pdf file as if it is a physical book is laughable......
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E. D September 23, 2018 8:27 pm UTC
Are there currently any plans to make this available in print on demand?
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Daniel S September 23, 2018 9:53 pm UTC
No, we generally steer clear of POD. However if our postage rates are prohibitive and you're in the US you can get hard copies from Noble Knight Games
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E. D September 27, 2018 1:43 am UTC
The postage rates are rather steep and I'm not in the US so I guess I'll just get the pdf and have it printed and stapled at a copy shop.
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Peyton M December 01, 2018 5:38 pm UTC
If I buy a hardcover will I also get a pdf copy?
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Daniel S January 07, 2019 4:09 am UTC
Yes, you will
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Michael M February 21, 2019 5:53 pm UTC
I bought a hardcover at Emperors of Eternal Evil-- should I have gotten a pdf too?
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John B August 30, 2018 1:55 am UTC
I am interested in learning more about the campaign world where Fever Swamp resides. What is the Empire? Is there any media about that somewhere already published? What about the city Nilfenberg? This all sounded very Warhammer FRPish to me, but if there is any existing write ups about it, I'd be interested in reading more.
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Luke G September 02, 2018 11:18 am UTC
Hey, author here. Odd snippets about the Nilfenbergian Empire exist on my blog,

The easiest way to describe it is as the Holy Roman Empire, but with the classical Roman Empire's focus on the capital, Nilfenberg - so the WFRP comparison is pretty fair.
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Matthew S May 11, 2018 8:47 am UTC
What level range is this intended for?
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Daniel S May 15, 2018 2:04 pm UTC
It's playable from level 1 if the players are careful, with 4 or 5 being a more comfortable spot. However the nature of the swamp means it remains rather dangerous regardless of level.

I reckon the best way to include it in a campaign is to tell them it exists, is dangerous, and is full of treasure. If they turn up and decide it's a death-trap they can always leave and come back later.
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