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Tragedy in the Kose Art District - A Tenra Bansho Zero Scenario


"When an old art teacher dies without an heir, the four city block area that he once ruled comes under the control of a greedy city lord. The heroes will find themselves in the right place at the right time to influence who will inherit this lucrative territory."

Tragedy in the Kose Art District is a 2-5 player scenario for Tenra Bansho Zero. It is a very modular scenario, with home or even convention play in mind: Unlike more linear Tenra scenarios, each "Scene" in the scenario corresponds to a different district of the city and the unique events that occur there, and can be played out in any order before the climax.

Five completely ready-to-use player characters are provided, as well as their Zero Act scene frameworks and starting Destinies:

Keyu, the Half-Oni Monk
Hanbei, the Kijin Painter
Matsu, the Samurai with a Mission
Rin, the Kugutsu Shinobi
and Seigoro, the Annelidist Surgeon's Apprentice

A full map of the city (in full color, greyscale and black and white versions) illustrated by "The Wizardarium of Calabraxis" Claytonian is also provided, to be used and labeled as you see fit for this or your own Tenra-set games.

Design by Eric Provost

Editing by Mike Pureka

Map Illustration by Claytonian

Layout and Production by Diego Menendez

Tenra Bansho Zero: Heaven and Earth Edition - Kotodama Heavy Industries

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