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The Shadow over Dunsmore Point is a Mythos inspired adventure landscape for the 5th ed D&D rpg.

It is for 4-6 1st level PCs.

It is an adventure landscape (mini campaign) for use with 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons. 

It pays homage to early 1st edition modules such as Sinister Secret of the Saltmarsh and Against the Cult of the Reptile God. It also draws inspiration from 1980s  adventures as featured in Tortured Souls, Imagine and White Dwarf Magazine, as well as the Call of Cthulhu novella and other Lovecraftian tales

There are at least 20 quests / plots / mysteries to resolve. There is plenty for the PC's to do, and for the GM to use. 

This publication contains: 

  •  A rural village to investigate, and save? 
  •  20 wilderness encounters to overcome. 
  •  10 site based adventure areas, containing about a 100 dungeon 'rooms'. These include the light house-tower, a ruined keep, several sea caves, an abandoned mine, and the decayed body of a titanic guardian.
  • A random encounter table for the various terrains.
  • A table of rumour, worry and gossip.
  • A map for Hexploration.
  • 3 artefacts man was never meant to find.
  • Optional guidelines for insanity and madness.The term 'Corruption' is used to describe the slow fall and decay of the mind, body and soul.
  • Optional guideline for a hard mode where regaining spent hit dice is difficult and psychic damage carries extra effect.

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Rick U March 14, 2019 2:38 pm UTC
Any news on the rest of the trilogy?
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January 13, 2019
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