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Aldern Foxglove

Digger Chandler's page

552 posts. Alias of joerice.

Current Campaigns

Baldwin the Merciful's Razor Coast: Black Spot

"The Black Spot" An adventure of extradimensional depravity for four to six 5th level PCs Explore the wreck of The Flying Fortune, a ship impaled on the exposed tip of an underwater mountain with a waterfall of gold coins spilling from her shattered hull. Unravel the mystery of her vanished crew—the bloodstains, the shredded decking. Discover a dank and gaping hole in the stone peak that pierces the Fortune. Is it a natural opening? Or a tunnel crafted by arcane engines? It leads down, that much is clear. Down inside a hollow, underwater mountain—all the way to the ocean floor.

The Black Monastery

A classic dungeon crawl set in Taldor.
Combat Map

OGGM's Star Wars

Rappan Athuk set in Nirmathas, Golarion

Previous Campaigns

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