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Life is peaceful in the hobb fishing village of Hakesend beside the Azure Ocean. It is so peaceful that the inhabitants have all but forgotten their seabird god, Stercoran. So when a map to his cave-shrine is found, it seems only an opportunity to hunt for treasure. But when the shrine is disturbed, all manner of trouble may follow.
Tales of Stercoran is a collection of five short solo adventures for low-level characters, suitable for all versions of Tunnels & Trolls. Though the solos can be played independently, each is an episode in a single overarching story. This is the first volume in the Treasure Chasers series from Tavernmaster Games and features writing and artwork from our entire team.
Many speak in hushed tones of the dark asylum brooding atop Goblin Moors, and of the unspeakable horrors that dwell within. Its sinister Master comes to town for supplies only at night, before his accursed carriage speeds away to the nightmarish building that is Bedlam. People vanish on the moors, and their corpses are found months later - drained of blood!
At its deepest point, surrounded by earthly riches, lies the tomb of Vasarax, an ancient and malignant sorcerer. Though entombed for centuries, stories abound that the long dead mage has arisen as a powerful Liche-Lord. It is said that whoever steps foot into his resting chamber will instantly perish...
Deep Where the Liche Lord Lies: A Descent into Horror is a huge, multi-level GM adventure for Tunnels & Trolls compatible with 5th or 7th edition rules. It will test even the strongest of parties as they penetrate its gloomy depths. Everything a GM requires to run what would amount to a mini campaign can be found within its pages, including detailed maps of each level and the surrounding terrain, plus descriptions of all of the rooms and contents. This is the largest GM module ever produced for T&T from the master of gothic horror adventures, Andy Holmes.
It has been written with the 7th/7.5th Edition of the Rule Book in mind, though it will adapt to earlier Editions.
Sideshow is a Mini Solitaire Adventure for use with Tunnels & Trolls. It was designed with the 5th Edition of the Rules in mind, but can be easily adapted for other Editions. It is suitable for first level characters only and some magic spells are permitted.
In addition to the Solo Adventure, this special edition includes a section with descriptions and a map that will allow it to be used as a GM Adventure.
The Tavern by the Sea is a Mini Solitaire Adventure for use with the Tunnels & Trolls role-playing system. It has been designed for use with 7.5 Edition of the rules, but could be adapted for use with earlier Editions. You may use any humanoid character (except fairies or giants) of third level or lower, but the use of magic is not allowed, so warriors and rogues are most likely to fare best within this particular den of iniquity.
This Special Edition features an additional adventure, The Tomb of the Sea Reaver's Gold, as well as all-new artwork by Jeff Freels.
Formication is a Mini Solitaire Adventure for use with the Tunnels & Trolls role-playing system. It has been designed for use with 7.5 Edition of the rules, but could be adapted for use with earlier Editions.
This adventure is designed for a newly created fairy warrior of first or second level.
Devotion To Duty is a Mini Solitaire Adventure for use with the Tunnels & Trolls role-playing system. It has been designed for use with 7.5 Edition of the rules, but could be adapted for use with earlier Editions.