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Critical Hits #24 - None Shall Pass

Critical Hits #24 - None Shall Pass

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Critical Hits #24 ? None Shall Pass
an encounter by Simon Lucas

D20 System

10 Pages/color
Encounter Level 7

Critical Hits is a series of fantasy encounters created to be dropped into any existing campaign as an interesting diversion from the main storyline or played as a single evening's entertainment. This popular range of products provides DM and player alike with unusual and interesting, sometimes comical but always memorable encounters.

None Shall Pass opens as the characters approach the edge of a wide ravine. Stretched across it is a long thin rope bridge; a precarious, exposed crossing at best. There is more for the PCs to worry about however in the form of the band of travelers that has pitched camp at the edge of the ravine. Their sole purpose is extracting cash from wanderers by challenging them to a series of tests and competitions. Play the games and pay up, and the party are free to cross the bridge. Fail to enter into the spirit of the proceedings and None Shall Pass!

  • 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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December 1st, 2003
This could be a fun diversion for a group of PCs as they encounter a group of travelers at a bridge across a ravine. The PCs are challenged to a series of contests in which they place their own possessions on the line in hopes of winning some of the tr [...]
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October 24, 2003
This title was added to our catalog on October 24, 2003.