Sunken_front_220[1]For your downloading pleasure, the free version of The Sunken Pyramid is now available direct from Raging Swan Press or wherever you grab your gaming PDFs!

Do you fancy a change of pace in your campaign? Need an adventure for 7th-level characters? Do you want to run a multi-level adventure, but don’t have the time to write your own? Raging Swan Press’s adventure format is designed specifically to save the day! Meticulously designed to be easy to run, The Sunken Pyramid is a submerged site of adventure your players are sure to remember.

Battle Nahuatal the Devil Shark, rescue the hostages and plunder the sahuagins’ watery lair. Just try not to drown in the process…

The free version of this adventure contains roughly the first 25% of the full module so you can get a good feel for its contents without risking your hard-earned cash.

About The Sunken Pyramid
A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game compatible aquatic adventure for 7th-level PCs by Creighton Broadhurst and Marc Radle

Only a few miles from a small seaside village, the mysterious underwater edifice known as the Sunken Pyramid lies hidden beneath the waves. The handful of sages and scholars with any knowledge of this massive stone structure debate whether it is a completely natural rock formation, a natural site that has been intentionally modified or something built long ago by human, or inhuman, hands.

Locals and ship’s crews alike report signs of increased sahuagin activity in the waters around the Sunken Pyramid. Is the recent rash of disappearances and abductions which have plagued the area connected in any way? Can these abductions be stopped before even more people are taken? Can those already abducted be found and rescued? And what of the strange and often conflicting rumours which whisper of something far more terrible lurking far beneath the Sunken Pyramid?

In addition to the adventure itself, the module contains extensive background on sahuagin culture and tribal society as well as complete statistics and motivations for all key members of the sahuagin tribe.

I hope you enjoy it! If you do, please consider leaving a review!