Savage battlecries and screams of pain echo through the streets and off the raw sheer walls that make up the carved stronghold of Forstor Nagar. The cannibalistic troops of The Hungering Legion have breached the gates, and the defenders have been routed.
Trapped in the heart of Forstor Nagar, the ambassador from Ithulandis, the City of Adventure, must be rescued. But the redoubt is cut from the living ice of the Forstorheim glacier, and enemies rip the very life from the inhabitants. Only scant hours remain before the alleys are slick with a crimson slush.
Adventurers must cross the invaders' lines to infiltrate the fortress, locate the diplomatic compound and escape with the ambassador before filed teeth sink into their flesh and the fate of the city is sealed forever. Will they succeed, or just become more corpses for the conquerers' larder? Welcome to the Breaking of Forstor Nagar!
Author: Ben McFarland Cover Image: Tyler Bartley Cartography: Jonathan Roberts Editor: Mark Moreland 64 pages full-color
Bump: for a brief time, this excellent adventure is available to people who support the Adventure Quarterly kickstarter. If you support at $10 or more, you get .pdfs of The Breaking of Forstor Nagar, Adventure Quarterly #5, Coliseum Morpheuon, Infernal Romance at Moon Temple, Five Room Dungeon: The Rabbit Hole, The Living Airship, Ruined Gate, and Ruined Guardhouse.
The "face value" on those is about $70. Forstar Nagar is worth $10 by itself, and Coliseum Morpheuon originally went for $20 if memory serves. Seriously, this looks like an excellent deal -- 8 adventures (and Coliseum Morpheuon is big, more like a high level mini-campaign) for just $10.
(Disclaimer: I have no connection to Rite Publishing or any of these guys. But I've backed Adventure Quarterly for $50, because that gives me 24 high-quality adventures, each one over 20 pages long and including fine cartography and artwork, for $2 each. Also a good deal IMO, if you feel like putting that much money down.)
This offer is only good for three more days. So if that sounds interesting, check it out: the kickstarter is found here, and the discussion thread over here.