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Savage Tales #5: Noble Deceit

Savage Tales #5: Noble Deceit

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Strange events are going on in the city of Brinskurn. A holy sword has gone missing from the local monastery, and the Duke has put out the call for brave adventurers to find it. Who has stolen this artifact, and to what end?

The heroes are about to be drawn into a web of deceit and betrayal where everything is not as it seems...

Noble Deciet is a 36-page fantasy adventure for a party of 4-6 Novice Rank characters. This one has it all! It's a dungeon crawl in the classic sense, but with a great backstory, Figure Flats, Pregenerated characters, and printable 1:1 scale maps!

Noble Deceit was written by Savage Worlds guru Randy Mosiondz!

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April 20th, 2006
Dark Fantasy with a hint of insanity. I loved thie included maps and figures. Truly an entire adventure in one setting. I once used this adventure as the focus for an entire game with some minor modification and a few more F!F!F! battles. [...]
August 23rd, 2005
This adventure is sloidly written and develops nicely. With anice change in settings, it suffers from a somwhat predictable twist. If you've never tricked your players with a surprise before, this one may be okay, but personally, I felt like I neede dm [...]
August 13th, 2005
this is a great 1st adventure for savage worlds. it has pregenerated characters, floor tiles and maps. it could be used a a introductory story to the evernight campaign. it's more than a typical demo scenario. it'll take longer than 4 hours to play. &l [...]
January 25th, 2005
Awesome! The creators of this PDF gave my dry erase markers a break by putting in tiles for their scenes in the PDF itself. It gave the game a gameboard/minis/rpg feel that everyone enjoyed. The characters are also really cool with some clever uses [...]
June 23rd, 2004
Three interlocking stories with excellent support material. The stories have a bit of horror and may not be to everyone's taste but the inch square floor-plans, stand-ups and characters are a real treat and useful for inspiration! [...]
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March 24, 2004
This title was added to our catalog on March 24, 2004.