A Matter of Faith (OGL) PDF
Fat Goblin Games
Is Your Faith Strong Enough?
In 12th-century England, the Welsh-English border is an unstable place. But one Christian outpost is determined to make its stand—with the PCs help, of course! Part adventure and part setting, A Matter of Faith is a 1st-level adventure designed for beginner Game Masters and brings 3.5/OGL fantasy adventure to medieval England. Once the adventure is completed, the outpost will make the home for the new adventuring party.
Will your novice characters have enough faith both in their abilities and in their hearts to overcome the forces of evil and save the outpost from certain doom?
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