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Teeth of the Storm (PFRPG)
Run Amok Games(based on 1 rating)
Late at night, the storm howls and sheets of rain fall. The High Road is supposed to be safe and well-traveled, but this stormy night there has been no one else on the road and no place to stop for shelter. A gruesome scene on a rain-slicked bridge leads to a nighttime race to grant a restless soul peace.
"Teeth of the Storm" is a gothic horror adventure for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game that can be set along any isolated trade road. Presented for PCs of 1st level, this adventure also includes notes and statistics for scaling challenges to PCs of higher level, pregenerated PCs, and a file containing 1 inch scale color maps of the encounter areas ready for printing.
"Teeth of the Storm" also contains notes to run this adventure in the "ultra-horror" style of horror movies, where the body count is sure to rise and only the smart and lucky will survive until sunrise.
"Teeth of the Storm" is written by Ron Lundeen and illustrated by Chaz Kemp, Joshua Bennett, and Blake Wilkie, with maps by Joshua Bennett.
Print/PDF Bundle: Fulfilled immediately The PDF will be added to your My Downloads Page immediately upon purchase.
Print: Ships in 2 to 6 business days
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