GameMastery Encounter: Terror in the Chamber of Pain (OGL) Compleat Encounter
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Twisted and depraved beyond measure, The Seeker in Shadow wanders the planes inflicting pain and savage torture upon his hapless victims. Now, the heart of his perverted chapel, the Chamber of Pain, beats with the blood of his newest "guests"—and only the PCs can stop his evil once and for all.
A Compleat Encounter, scalable to any level, featuring a depraved human torturer, his demented half-orc servant, and a wicked torturer’s table.
• Written by Keith Francis Strohm
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