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Night of the Quacking Dead

Monster of the Month #3 — March 2020

Night of the Quacking Dead is designed to start you and your adventurers out on an adventure into the Upland Marsh, home of the infamous necromancer Delecti. This new bestiary entry includes:

  • Brief summary of the Upland Marsh
  • A scenario seed in which a new Sword of Humakt, Orlaventus Great-Bill, leads adventurers into the Upland Marsh
  • Description of three types of undead ducks—duck skeletons, duck zombies, and the awful duck goliath
  • Cover illustration sans logos, suitable for your coloring pleasure

Note: While this supplement can be used stand-alone, it is best used in conjunction with Chaosium's publication Wyrms Footnotes #15 and/or Sartar: Kingdom of Heroes.

WHAT DO THE REVIEWS SAY?

"If you are running a campaign or adventure set in Sartar and are planning for your adventurers to venture anywhere near or in the Upland Marsh, then Monster of the Month #3: Night of the Quacking Dead is worth your time and interest. The Duck puns are just a bonus." — Pookie, Reviews from R'lyeh

About this Series: Monster of the Month is a series of new bestiary entries for Chaosium's RuneQuest: Roleplaying in Glorantha. In addition to statblocks and behavior, most entries will include supplemental detail and advice for gamemasters and/or new adventurer options for players.

 
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This title was added to our catalog on March 31, 2020.