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FotWS A101 London Fires by Victor Long

The Fellowship asks you to travel to London to investigate the arson of a known former safehouse. At this crucial rebuilding stage, nothing is dismissed as coincidence.  Has an old enemy tracked the Fellowship down? Or, perhaps a lost member is covering their tracks.

An event designed for low-level characters set in the Fellowship of the White Star setting of Earth, 1905.

The module is the first of the amulet series.  There are 7 in the amulet series set in 1905 and a conclusion planned for 1906.

Playtesters included: Paul Dorothy, Bruce Finch, Joanne Fisher, Dave Nadolny and Peter Parker, with the author GMing.

This module was first offered at Origins 2007 where the campaign was premiered.  About 9 tables played it at that convention.

This adventure is part of Thenodrin Presents LLC's Fellowship of the White Star Campaign (FWS), a Gothic Horror campaign set in semi-historic Earth in the year 1905-1914. The Game Master should be familiar with the Fellowship of the White Star: Legacy of the Rose book. This is available for purchase in hardcover or PDF format at  It is also available in PDF format right here on DriveThruRPG, add it to your order today!

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