Sindbad and the Sword of Kingship (QAGS) PDF
The world is of full of wonder—and danger—and Sindbad is about to find out just how full because, even on shore, he can’t keep out of the way of adventure. Sindbad and the Sword of Kingship takes our hero and his crew first into the highest halls of power and then across the seas in quest of a singular treasure.
Sindbad and the Sword of Kingship is an adventure for Hex Games’ The Adventures of Sindbad that uses the QAGS Second Edition rules. It includes colorful characters, magical artifacts, secrets of the Island of Mystery, and new sailing rules.
Sindbad and the Sword of Kingship is written by Hex's scholar of all things Arab and Arabian, Ian Engle, and illustrated by Joshua LH Burnett and Leighton Connor.
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