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Dark Age: Legends - Solo Adventure - Yldrat The Returned

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HOW TO PLAY

In this Solo Adventure you assume the role of an adventurer in a Medieval Fantasy setting. You will  require The Dark Age: Legends Core Rulebook (CRB), the Dark Age: Otherworld Expansion, and any associated Expansions you wish to use to assist you, along with a pen and paper or word-processing document, to play.

The story is set up with an Introduction, a handful of location details and a few pertinent Story Points. The rest is down to you and your imagination.

The Actions you take should depend on who and what you see, and how you wish to interact. Keep a record of your story and adapt it as per the result of each Action. As you progress you will see that you are behaving as your own Storyteller, creating the interactive world in which you are playing.

Use the Character Creation section of the CRB to create your Character and use the Storyteller section of the CRB to assist with generating NPCs.

Once you have familiarised yourself with the  following few pages, you are ready to begin.

THE BONUS DIE

When allowed to roll a Bonus Die, roll two of the same required Dice and choose the most beneficial result.

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INTRODUCTION

Merlin’s Portal to the Otherworld is the most studied yet least understood phenomena of humanity’s Dark Age. Most believe it is a rift in the veil between the Arcane and physical Realm, but some scholars theorise that the Arcane is not one Realm but many, and many versions of reality exist within this plane. This may go some way to explaining the appearance of Yldrat the Dragon, a creature so mighty in form and terrifying in presence that few have encountered it without a deep psychological impact being felt. But this sudden appearance is no unexplainable happening.

 Yldrat dwelled upon Bryttania in the time before Humanity, when the continent of Europe was one large land mass and Yldrat’s territory spanned thousands of miles. The first commune of Dragons, a gathering of thousands of these mighty beasts, discussed a time when another Species, the humans, would dominate the world and the Dragon prophet Raithimar, the human Merlin, would help all faithful Dragons to reach a World capable of comfortably sustaining their number. When Humanity arose many hundreds of thousands of years later, Yldrat was one of few who still clung to the prophecy of Raithimar and shepherded the first humans from the inhospitable Ice Age and into the bright new world. When other Dragons attacked humans, Yldrat slaughtered them without mercy, certain that Merlin’s ancestors would be among those Yldrat protected. When Merlin did eventually reveal himself Yldrat became Merlin’s most trusted champion, first to enter Ranguthmar and lead the Dragon number in their promised land. Yldrat’s return heralds a dark chapter in humanity’s saga, for the Champion of Ranguthmar does nothing without good reason.

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