Tu'narath City Guide PDF
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This exclusive supplement to The Lich Queens Beloved, an adventure that appears in DUNGEON issue #100 is available now as a digital download.
Both “The Lich-Queen’s Beloved” and this exclusive supplement are authored by gaming industry luminary Christopher Perkins, and are part of the three-magazine Incursion event featured in POLYHEDRON #159, DRAGON #309, and DUNGEON #100. Perkins has created a city guide to the githyanki capital city of Tu'narath, including detailed descriptions of the city's key structures and important residents.
This Web supplement assumes you have a copy of Dungeon issue 100 containing both the adventure and the poster map of Tu'narath, the githyanki capital city.
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