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100 Fantasy Underwater Encounters - Supplement for Zweihander RPG


Underwater regions in a fantasy setting may not be as commonly visited, due to the need to breathe, but magic and other abilities mean that characters can still end up beneath the waves. Signs of sea life and sunken civilisations can be found, and there are other dangers as well as drowning. This supplement has 100 encounters for such regions which can be used to enliven a journey, from background colour to potential adventure hooks.

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Here are some sample results:

  • Rising up from the ocean floor is a plume of what can be identified as fresh water (simply entering the flume will identify the water). The edges of the flume are still salty, but once within it, it's clear the water is fresh.
  • Rocky outcroppings on the sea floor are giving off metallic glints. On examination (an (Easy +20%) Tradecraft Test), the rocks prove to be thick with mineral deposits.
  • Roughly spherical nodules, all under a foot in size, dot the floor of the ocean. The nodules all look to be metallic (they can be identified as manganese with a (Challenging -10%) Tradecraft Test).
  • Running across the sea floor is a narrow, steep-sided crevasse. The crevasse looks freshly-formed (confirmed with an (Easy +20%) Education Test), perhaps as a result of vulcanism, and there is nothing growing within it.
  • Sand dunes run across the ocean floor, looking for all the world as if they have come off a beach

Two pages are the front and rear covers and one is ads.

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