Pulp Hero: The Golden Idol of Síkrál PDF
When the review of a dead professor's papers reveals wrongdoing, the PCs find themselves chasing his unscrupulous nephew to Central America and into a long-lost valley where an ancient civilization unknown to modern man still lives. There they must explore—and survive—the temple of the frog-god Síkrál to prove themselves the true friends of the tribe and ensure that the professor's legacy is not exploited and destroyed.
This is a Pulp Hero adventure designed for characters built on a total of 150 Character Points or less. The optimal number of PCs is four to six, but you can scale it up or down based on the number of opponents you pit against the heroes in various encounters.
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