Legends & Histories: Volume 1 PDF
Silver Crescent Publishing(based on 1 rating)
Create an epic campaign from a legend of the long lost past! Using the legend of Jalgrimm, an ancient city lost to the annuls of time, the first volume of this series provides a walkthrough of how to take a legend and turn it into a series of adventures for your characters. It provides examples, adventure hooks for each stage of the campaign and much more! This system-independent book can be used by aspiring Game Masters and veterans alike to create a wondrous campaign that will live on in the minds of you and your players for years to come.
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