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Mr. Mu was no ordinary cat; he was an extraordinary cat…  In fact, you could say he was a genius-level cat.  When Mr. Mu’s beloved owner, Mrs. Wynworth, was on her deathbed succumbing to old age, Mr. Mu came up with a plan.  He summoned a mysterious woman, dressed entirely in black, to the Village of Greenleaf to resurrect his beloved Mrs. Wynworth when she passed.  The Woman in Black performed a mysterious ritual at the death bed of his dying owner.

At Mrs. Wynworth’s funeral, the outcome of the ritual unfolded...  Mrs. Wynworth’s coffin opened, her body levitated above the ground.  In a state of excitement, Mr. Mu jumped on the pulpit and said, “Mrs. Wynworth, my best friend, I have brought you back from the dead!  Oh, rise my beloved Mrs. Wynworth.  Rise from the darkness and return to the world of the living.”  However, Mr. Mu was deceived.  He witnessed the levitating body burst into flame and ash.  The ritual the Woman in Black performed at Mrs. Wynworth’s deathbed was not a resurrection ritual; instead, it was a ritual to trap the Village on Greenleaf in a pocket dimension.

A thick mist encircled the entire village and storm clouds hid the sky.  The Village of Greenleaf was trapped.  The Woman in Black rose and hovered in the air.  She told the mourners her plan of entrapping the village and devouring their souls.  The Woman in Black vanished in a cloud of smoke; she was weak from the ritual and would need to return to her lair to regain her full strength.  When she returned, she would devour the villager’s souls.

There was a race against time...  A portal would need to be opened to the Woman in Black’s lair.  She would need to be defeated while still in a weakened state.  Fortunately for the villagers, Murt, whose intelligence was enhanced by experiments performed by extraterrestrials, knew how to create such a portal.  Murt worked tirelessly for five days and opened a portal to the Woman in Black’s lair.  Now, it will be up to YOUR PLAYERS to transverse the interdimensional lair and defeat the Woman in Black before she regains her full strength.

The Cat and the Resurrection is a third-party compatible DCC adventure designed for a Level 2 party of 6 to 10 characters.  This adventure builds on the events of Beneath The Giant's Head and Fantastic Adventures and the Disgruntled Gong Farmer.

This adventure module is part of the Greenleaf Adventure series. Other adventures in this series are:

Fantastic Adventures and the Disgruntled Gong Farmer (Level 0 & Level 1)

Beneath the Giant's Head (Level 2)

Murt’s Miscalculation (Level 3)

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Jimmy F August 27, 2021 6:47 pm UTC
Hi! Your product is featured in my latest YouTube video. Feel free to use quotes from it on your catalog page if you want. Also please signal boost (share) the video if you can (and haven't already).
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Mark T September 01, 2021 6:15 am UTC
Hi Jimmy,

Thank you so much for featuring my adventure module in your video, and for your suggestion of adding links to the previous adventure modules in the description!

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