Dungeon Crawl Classics #12: The Blackguard's Revenge (OGL) PDF
An adventure for character levels 9–11
When the heroes come into town, word arrives that a nearby cloister of the god of valor is under siege by an army of undead. The adventurers travel to help defend the bastion of paladins, only to discover that these undead are actually ancient enemies of the paladins' order. They have discovered a way to exact vengeance for slights committed centuries ago, but to finish their plan they must breach the cloister's catacombs! Can the heroes battle them to the catacombs and defeat their horrific blackguard champion?
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