Avengers in Lankhmar (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Adventure) by Ray Vallese, Fred Fields

Posted by

By Ray Vallese, Fred Fields

The participant characters needs to search out an murderer despatched to kill the retailers guildmaster. Three-panel hide, 56-page ebook, fold-out poster map.

Show description

Read or Download Avengers in Lankhmar (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Adventure) PDF

Best dungeons & dragons books


This e-book contains sixteen new pantheons of gods for monster races similar to darkish Elves, Hobgoblins, Lizardfolk, Minotaurs, Ogres, Orcs, Trolls and more.
New holy symbols, temple maps, status periods, domain names, spells, and holy relics fill this large tome, delivering GMs and computers with vital info to flesh out their delusion campaigns. Gods is the appropriate spouse booklet to Monster, yet can be utilized independently.

* sixteen Races and 19 status sessions
* 30 Spells and 70 Magic goods
* entire backgrounds on over a dozen religions
* 34 New domain names, Spells, and tradition info
* whole NPC clergymen for every race

Unbroken Chain: The Darker Road (Forgotten Realms: Unbroken Chain, Book 2)

The witch Ilvani's nightmares of a hurricane and a soreness soul are luring shadow creatures into Ikemmu, bent on looking her down and killing her for purposes not anyone can determine. Ashok, even if, is set to discover the way to cease it ahead of the shadow creatures break town he labored so not easy to save lots of.

Forged of Darkness (Ravenloft Accessory)

A set of magical goods, each one of which incorporates the specific taint of the Demiplane of Dread. This omnibus of diabolic units will upload a component of the macabre to any RAVENLOFT crusade.

The Well of Worlds (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons : Planescape Adventures, 2604 Book and Poster Sized Map)

9 new adventures; a poster map of the planes (depicting Avernus, the 1st layer of Baator); a slew of magical goods; and pleasure!

Additional info for Avengers in Lankhmar (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Adventure)

Example text

If they do not do so, these tales tell, they are destroyed. As with so many such tales, the truth varies from individual to individual, and from place to place. And, of course, with vampires there are always exceptions to the rules. However, these creatures at least believe the presence of such an item to be an absolute requirement, and will g o to any lengths to ensure that it is present. I use the word “believe,” simply because I have never heard any substantiated report of a vampire being destroyed through not having the required item present during sleep.

The sun reflected in a mirror, a polished shield, or perhaps even a well-cleaned plate would harm a vampire. a vampire-“partial” in this case meaning that only a small portion of the vampire’s body (such as a hand or arm) is exposed to the direct or mirror-reflected rays of the sun. The vampire’s period of immunity comes into play again. If the partial exposure extends beyond this period of immunity, the exposed portion of the vampire is burned as if by direct application of fire. It cannot be stressed too often: most vampires hate sunlight.

The occupant of the grave is now a Fledgling vampire with all the characteristics, powers, and weaknesses which accompany that condition. Most vampires remember the instant of their death and the nature of their killer, and understand immediately their new nature. Certainly their new hunger gives them a good idea of what they have become. They must immediately free themselves from their grave, either by breaking it open from within or by assuming gaseous form and diffusing out. If this is impossible, the vampire will die in about a week unless it can somehow summon minions such as a pack of wolves to dig it out.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.37 of 5 – based on 6 votes