Quick Quests: Eggscellent Opportunity (Savage Worlds) PDF
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Looking for a Savaged adventure that you can drop right into your existing fantasy campaign? Or something you can set up quick and play in a session or two without much ado? The Dog House Gang has just the thing—our premier mini-adventure for your Savage Worlds game.
Quick Quests: Eggscellent Opportunity is designed for 3-6 characters of Seasoned to Veteran rank. It’s ready to fit into an ongoing fantasy campaign or to set up quickly for a one-time romp (especially for GMs and PCs who don’t have time for long, drawn-out adventures).
The quest is straightforward. A noteworthy patron offers the heroes a business proposition: to obtain the eggs (well, at least one) of a magical aerial creature.
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