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Castles & Crusades I2 Under Dark & Mistry Ground: Dzeebagd


The Dampfrat is a dismal upland swamp fed by hot springs, geysers and innumerable underground waterways. To enter the Dampfrat, one must travel through an uplift of steep cliffs, precipitous rock faces, and boulder fields called the Shatten Escarpment. The lands of the Dampfrat are ostensibly controlled by the Zjerd, ruthless and warlike goblinoid tribes adapted to these swamplands. Yet, the Zjerd exert little true control over these lands. Other denizens walking its dark pathways include giants, trolls, wolves, bandits and the dreaded saber toothed tiger (The Zwetter Rorer).

Journey deeper into the treacherous goblin kingdoms in search of Evanna, daughter of the House Rothenheimer. But beware, or the Maelstrom will drag you into the dark plots that surround her. Why was her father murdered? What secrets does she hold? Perhaps the answers lie below, in the dungeon beneath the ruined tower of Dzeebagd.

Dzeebagd is a Dungeon in every sense of the word. The wilds around this old ruin are filled with monsters to challenge the most daring of adventurers but the dungeon itself is filled with ancient mysteries that only the very clever, very strong or very lucky are like to survive.

Under Dark and Misty Ground: Dzeebagd is a classic dungeon adventure designed for play with the Castles & Crusades Role Playing Game. Under Dark and Misty Ground is designed for 4-8 characters and has a challenge level of 2-4.


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September 15th, 2016
34 pages, for 4-8 characters levels 2 to 4. Following up on the events of I1 Vakhund the party finds the missing girl but uncovers a larger plot involving many local factions. The conceit of the adventure is the party will be drawn in, but as far thin [...]
September 13th, 2014
My overall impression of the published C&C adventures I’ve read so far (including the two I’ve used in a game) are they although I liked them enough to buy more, I don’t feel they’re up to the same standards as the C&C rulebooks. [...]
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