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Obsidian Twilight – A Place beyond Hell

By Thilo Graf This pdf from LPJ Design for the Obsidian Twilight setting is 32 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page SRD, leaving 30 pages of content. It should be noted, that although extensively bookmarked, the bookmarks don’t work in my copy of the file. The full-color book kicks off with 3 pages…
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Fallen of Obsidian Twilight

The pdf portrays one of the major players of the Obsidian Twilight setting, Asi Magnor is a CR 30 mummy-king with a quite complex stat-block befitting of such a big baddy. The entry comes with a short history of the villain as well as some magic items of his regalia.

Obsidian Twilight Campaign Setting

The sanctity of the world known as Abaddon was shattered when a global apocalyptic event of a meteor impacting the planet causing a destructive ecological and eldritch change. Now there is no day or night, just never ending twilight. An undead world ruled by fear and horror. Undead nightmares prowl the darkest forest with malevolent ghouls, grim demonic fiends and horrific vampires prey on a fearful populace. The world is dominated by the monstrously powerful immortal vampiric lich lord known as Calix Sabinus reigns supreme over this world. And with all this the mysterious force known as Nightwall. Evil dominates the world to be challenged by noble heroes fighting to take back a world that should belong to them. Are you willing to take up the fight?

Ruins Perilous – Ruined Gate (level 1, Room 2)

To adequately review a file from the “Ruins Perilous”-line, I first have to explain the interesting and ambitious business model the series utilizes: You donate a certain amount of money to the project. If you donate at least $3.00, you get the following in addition to the pdf

Brother Ptolemy and the Hidden Kingdom

By Kimberly Moser Brother Ptolemy and the Hidden Kingdom is a massive undertaking by Nevermet Press of 112 pages (including the front and back cover, title page, SRD and company introduction). Even with a single blank page at the end this leave a meaty 106 pages of awe-inspiring, titillating terror for any DM to gnaw…
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