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The Lost King

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An adventure for Levels 5–7

Draneken Castle recently withstood a massive invasion by the Barbarians of Beloran Gorge. During the course of the fight, the court wizard, the self-titled Keland the Magnificent, sent His Majesty King Ivol Lareth II into hiding. Shortly afterward, however, Keland died. In fact, he died before telling anyone what he did with King Lareth.

Now, the King's unaccomplished son is ruling over Draneken and King Lareth's trail grows colder. With all of their options exhausted, you are the kingdom's last hope. If you can bring home King Lareth, the wealth and gratitude of an entire kingdom is yours.

Keland, for all of his boasting, was still a rather shrewd character as he made finding King Lareth difficult. Your search begins in Keland's chambers in Draneken Castle. Only a fool enters a wizard's chambers without an invitation.

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Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
October 15th, 2017
It's a bit awkward for a kingdom when their king goes missing. The Players Introduction tells us that King Ivol Lareth II was misplaced when his castle was under attack by barbarian hordes... whisked away into safekeeping by the court wizard, one Kelan [...]
May 17th, 2008
The premise and general structure of this adventure is nice and fun. But now that I've run most of it for my gaming group, I see that there are several fairly serious plot flaws that weren't caught. For example, there's pretty much only one way [...]
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May 17, 2007
This title was added to our catalog on May 17, 2007.