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Hexed Places - The Sharp Hills

Hexed Places - The Sharp Hills

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The Sharp Hills are a patchwork of dry and rugged terrain in the middle of an area of scrubby rolling hills and green plains. The Red River, which takes its name from its iron-stained water, splits the region into roughly equal halves. Prospectors seek gold, silver and gems in these barren lands, but often find death instead.

Hexed Places are outdoor locations and encounters based on the classic six-mile hex format and OSR sensibilities. Use these locales as a quick side adventure, to fill out your campaign sandbox, or expand upon them to create a multi-session campaign. Each includes an overview of the region, expanded one-mile per hex maps for players and GMs (PDF and VTT format), encounter and rumor tables, and descriptions of individual locations, encounters, and features within the hex. Files are available for individual download and as a single zip file.

Note: The product preview shows a selection of pages; it's not sequential. Eventually, all Hexed Places end up in a discount bundle.


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HP5027
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This title was added to our catalog on December 21, 2017.