Midgard: Alleys of Zobeck (PFRPG) PDF
Kobold Press(based on 5 ratings)
The mean streets just got meaner! This collection of 17 pages of additional NPCs, locations, and magic for urban adventure expands any city adventure or adventure path.
Alleys of Zobeck includes the Rampant Roach—possibly the vilest tavern in fantasy—plus the Lust domain and granted powers for priestesses of the Red Goddess, plus much much much more:
This is an astonishingly good deal of adventure and recurring characters and new crunch for fans of the Streets of Zobeck adventure anthology, or a great introduction to urban adventures suitable for play anywhere!
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