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THRILLING TALES: Lost Temple of the Incan Blood God

THRILLING TALES: Lost Temple of the Incan Blood God

An archaeologist and his beautiful daughter have disappeared while searching for Incan ruins in Ecuador. The PCs soon find themselves embroiled in the machinations of a cult seeking to summon the Incan god Tehuacitzal and bring about the end of the world!

Lost Temple of the Incan Blood God is an adventure for Adamant Entertainment's Thrilling Tales line of pulp products for modern D20.

Written by Ken Melvoin-Berg, this 25-page adventure is intended for a group of 3 to 5 players of 8th level.

Requires the use of the d20 Modern Roleplaying Game, published by Wizards of the Coast, Inc. d20 Modern, and Wizards of the Coast are trademarks of Wizards of the Coast, Inc. in the United States and other countries and are used with permission. 'D20 System' and the 'D20 System' logo are Trademarks owned by Wizards of the Coast and are used according to the terms of the D20 System License version 3.0. A copy of this License can be found at

All text within this product is 100% Open Content.This product was released for the original d20 version of this Line.
It is not compatible or required for the current SAVAGE WORLDS version.
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November 26th, 2010
During this adventure, our intrepid heroes are put on the trail of a missing (and, alas, dead) friend and his daughter during the course of a Psychic seance in Chicago. As a result, they find themselves heading for South America where they will confron [...]
November 14th, 2007
Being new the Pulp Genre as a GM I wanted to cut my teeth on a model that fit the idea of Pulp that I had, Indiana Jone-ish. While not exactly true to the style it gave me plenty of ideas. Mix this and their free d20 to FATE rules and I had something [...]
March 9th, 2006
Let me start by saying, I like this adventure for a number of reasons. The most prominent being the true pulp feel of the plot line and NPCs. Also, the 'monsters' in the adventure are right out of a pulp magazine: not too over the top, but unusual en [...]
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