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THE ENDLESS LAIR 

A Solo Fantasy Adventure
Compatible with First Edition and Most Retro-Clones
Intended for one player character of levels 1 to 3

You have heard tales of the maze which lies near Cùirn Dhubh.
Many enter seeking their fortunes within its halls; few make it out.
Will you tempt fate and test your mettle against the Endless Lair?

Hello and welcome, adventurers and Game Masters!

I am very excited to tell you about my first solo adventure module: The Endless Lair

In this module, you will take on the role of a worthy adventurer who has chosen to enter a world renowned stygian catacomb, to test your mettle against its challenges. Will you survive and return to boast of your exploits? Or will you fall, like so many would be heroes before you? Only the Gods can say!

The adventure takes place near the village of Cùirn Dhubh (Black Cairn in the Common Tongue), which lies along the southwestern border of the free nation of Dùn Bhriste. In the foothills within a half day’s ride of Cùirn Dhubh is a subterranean maze known far and wide as The Endless Lair. Some say it was the lair of an ancient necromancer while others claim it was home to a demon cult. No one knows its origins for certain, but the folk of Cùirn Dhubh know that hopefuls come from far and wide to test their mettle against the maze there.

Most who take up the maze’s challenge never return and those who do are tight lipped about their experiences. Despite this, the maze’s reputation is world renowned. Its name, The Endless Maze, is derived from tales of those few who survived their time in the maze, who claim the place is larger on the inside then seems possible and that there is a seemingly endless supply of foes in the rooms of the magical complex. 

Therein lays its greatest challenge: the maze is so deadly because it is specifically ensorcelled such that all who seek to enter must do so alone!

Dare you challenge the maze alone, adventurer?

This supplement contains a completely original adventure, which is intended for a single player character of 1st to 3rd level. However, if a GM wishes to run this adventure with a group of 1st to 3rd level players, it is easily modified to fill that need. The module relies on random chance tables and given this random nature it may be replayed many times and still offer different results and encounters.

This module presents the player with deadly challenges and, true to Old School sensibilities, death will be the rule and not the exception in this maze. However, those brave souls who do survive can proudly claim they have bested The Endless Lair! You can play with any of the five pre-generated player characters provided, or your own character; and try and try again until you succeed!

As an ADDED BONUS, as a purchaser of one of my modules you also get, ABSOLUTELY FREE, a copy of the Starry Knight Press 2019 Catalog, which has information on all of my modules and supplements, as well as maps of the known portions of the sphere of Terrans, where my campaigns take place.

Louis “sirlou” Kahn
Starry Knight Press
May 2018

 
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May 16th, 2019
Another quality product from SirLou. A fun solo adventure that can be tough or not so tough, depending on the dice. Worth the price for the art alone. Don't fart on this one! Buy it ASAP! [...]
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SSolo1 TEL
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