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I3 Ruins of the Red Moon - Solo Adventure

Ruins of the Red Moon is a solo module for use with the First Edition Advanced game system and is fully com-patible with the OSRIC rules system. This adventure uses the Pacesetter Games & Simulations SoloSystem™ for enhanced individual gaming. The scenario is designed for a single, fourth level player character (PC). Any character class may suc-cessfully navigate the dangers in this module.
The adventure starts with the PC making his way through a desolate mountain range. Late fall has given way to a frigid winter. Snow and freezing temperatures threaten the PC with death by exposure. A blizzard is near and the PC must find shelter to survive the night. As he enters yet another barren valley, a massive and strange structure blocks his path.
This module can be played as a solo dungeon as intended or run as a standard adventure module with a DM and sin-gle player or multiple players. If used with multiple player characters, the PC level range should be reduced to first level.

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Joseph P March 16, 2020 3:02 am UTC
You might want to fix the PDF in the latest edition. The PDF was output to include crops and bleeds when it was exported, which aren't necessary and make this PDF print significantly smaller on a home printer by default.
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Bill B March 20, 2020 1:35 pm UTC
Joseph, will do. Thanks for the note! I believe we uploaded our physical production pdf, which would cause that issue. It will be redownloaded, later today.
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March 14, 2020
This title was added to our catalog on January 11, 2019.