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Oracle of Orcas

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This product is released in the spirit of FREE ROLE-PLAYING GAME DAY.

This exploit takes place in the region featured in Adventurer's Guide to Cthonia.

Legends tell of a horse with one cloven hoof that will bear the greatest death knight the region of Cthonia will ever know.  The rider must first die so transformation will be complete.  Lynn, a young girl, owns such a horse and a cult dedicated to Orcas, the Fallen Angel of Death, seeks her destruction.

In the Oracle of Orcas, characters must save Lynn and unravel the mystery surrounding the prophecy.

What is an Exploit?

It is a side trek to a larger campaign or adventure.  They are easy to insert into an already existing campaign or adventure, consist of a few encounters, and usually playable in one night.

Although designed for the Feudal Lords Campaign SettingTM, this product easily adapts into your favorite campaign or adventures.


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March 16th, 2011
Oracle of Orcas is a free, single adventure module (Exploit) for Dungeons & Dragons designed with a generic theme allowing it to be dropped into virtually any adventure series or campaign. The adventure has a somewhat vague storyline that allows a [...]
July 3rd, 2009
This is a great side quest. It's easily ran and played as part of a larger campaign or indeed as a one shot module. Kudos to Alea Publishing for bringing us this. [...]
June 27th, 2009
This is a great quiet start for 4ed d&d so have fun with it. [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on June 20, 2009.