The Merchant of Breckenwald (PFRPG) PDF
"The Merchant of Breckenwald" is a Pathfinder Role Playing Game compatible solo adventure for 1st level characters.
A prominent merchant in the town of Breckenwald needs your help!
Responding to the wealthy merchant’s summons you find yourself faced with a perilous journey to deliver a wagon full of trade goods along a bandit infested highway. Your destination is the Market Faire of Banning. You will be faced with many challenges and dangers along the way but the rewards may well be will be worth the risk. Grab your gear and mount up for a fast paced adventure!
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