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The Thing in Radley Manor (Action!, d20)

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The PCs must investigate the appearance of a new supply of drugs on the streets of their home city, during which they learn of the disappearance of a young boy and strange goings on in a suburban neighborhood. Are the events somehow connected?

Using their wits, skills and (hopefully) the cooperation of a group of children in the neighborhood, the PCs must track down the perpetrators and uncover the mystery of The Thing in Radley Manor!

A complete adventure, with stats for both the d20 System (including D20 Modern) and the Action! System.

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Stock#: GRG 4010E
Pages: 16
Format: PDF (v 4.0)
SRP: $2.95
Authors: Steven S. Long, Mark Arsenault
Cover Art: Storn Cook
Interior Art: Storn Cook

'D20 System' and the 'D20 System' logo are Trademarks owned by Wizards of the Coast and are used according to the terms of the D20 System License version 3.0. A copy of this License can be found at Requires the use of a d20 Core Book published by Wizards of the Coast, any Action! Packed product or the Action! System Core Rules published by Gold Rush Games.

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July 25th, 2005
A reasonable scenario that needs a little work on the part of the GM (I couldn't see a map!).<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Acceptable<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Satisfied<br> [...]
May 20th, 2005
This review contains spoilers. The Thing in Radley Manor takes a reasonable villain group (drug dealing bikers) and weds it to a nice little investigation sequence and the prospect of a big firefight in [...]
September 5th, 2004
A fun read and one-nighter for modern gaming. Worth the money. [...]
February 14th, 2004
A fairly uninspired adventure. No map of the manor. Pass on this one and buy something else. [...]
January 17th, 2004
I was not impressed. The adventure is short, boring, and confusing. [...]
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