Dragonlance: Age of Mortals II—Spectre of Sorrows (d20)
Margaret Weis Productions
Continuing the story begun in Key of Destiny, Spectre of Sorrows is a Dragonlance adventure set in the Age of Mortals after the War of Souls. The villains of the story are revealed and some questions are answered, even as the greater mystery deepens and a new threat to all of Krynn is revealed!
Spectre of Sorrows can be played as part of the overall Age of Mortals campaign or used by itself. It is written by Christopher Coyle using a story created with author Margaret Weis. It includes new spells, magical items, and creatures!
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