This is one of the entries I have submitted to Margaret Weis Productions when she called for ideas and submissions for NPCs for their forthcoming game Dragon Raiders. Hope you like it! Brother Ramiro was born blind and quickly abandoned at birth by unknown parents. Ramiro was left at the door of the St. Geronimo’s […]
I’ve known about Imagination Gaming for a while now as one of my gaming buddies works with them. I also have seen the impressive beehive of activity in the Children’s Zone at UK Expo that is run by the very committed team led by Nigel Scarfe. All indications and comments that I have come across indicate that Nigel and his team are absolutely convinced that families are key to the future of our board gaming hobby.
Well, as promised, I am releasing my Castle Ravenloft Campaign, “Hunt for the Fiend”, which is the proof-of-concept design that will show you, by example, how to build compelling adventures to extend the lifespan of the Dungons and Dragons: Castle Ravenloft Board Game.
The author of this adventure is unknown. If you know him/her (or if indeed you are he/she), please do contact us. A campaign for 1-3 4th-8th level characters, 1 a wizard (an NPC mage will do). This is a two-quest campaign. The first quest involves rescuing a princess from a tower controlled by an evil wizard, the second quest involves reaching a certain temple before the wizard’s brother can free the Demon locked inside of it.
This is an introductory adventure that can be used to introduce a few new characters to the Cthulhu setting. It was written a long time ago, so it might need some changes to be adapted to newer systems.