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Critical Hits #05 - Mill of Souls

Critical Hits #05 - Mill of Souls

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Critical Hits #5 ? Mill of Souls
an encounter by Simon Lucas

D20 System

10 Pages/color
Encounter Level 4

The latest and most dangerous in this popular range of brief encounters, Mill of Souls explores the mysteries of an abandoned windmill with a devilish past. Our ever-expanding line is intended to provide the busy DM with an array of memorable characters and situations that fit easily into a night's play.

In the Mill of souls the characters face the most deadly Critical Hit yet. As they take refuge from a pack of wild beasts, the apparently abandoned mill gradually creaks back into motion. Can your players discover what is happening before their heroes become the victims of a long-dead necromancer?

  • Versatile - Critical Hits can easily be used as a distraction in an ongoing campaign or as a one-shot short scenario

  • Memorable - Each Critical Hits encounter is crammed with unforgettable NPCs and situations that encourage creative role-playing

  • Value for Money - At $3.75, Critical Hits are easy to pick up and hard to put down!

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September 4th, 2003
A pretty good premise, but it still needs a little fleshing to be ideal. [...]
August 29th, 2003
Wow, this one really sparked fear into my players - it is fiendishly haunting and terrifying within. The concept is excellent for creating a level of horror in your players as they flee to this mill, but the mechanics of the whole thing (traps, [...]
August 13th, 2003
This is a good adventure that relies on a slight bit of railroading to get the PCs involved. The players have to be forced though a hopeless situation to bar themselves up in an abandoned mill that happened be the private playground of a necromancer in [...]
July 15th, 2003
This product is very nice in appearance and provides some fun and quirky moments. However it fails to live up to the premise. It lacks the crunchy bits needed to live up to the hype however. It would have been much improved with some basic scaling info [...]
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File Last Updated:
June 04, 2003
This title was added to our catalog on June 04, 2003.