A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game/3.5 Compatible Adventure for 4-6 PCs of level 6
The Saatman emerald is an artifact, a relic of a long lost civilization that has been safely hidden in the Iroth family vault for years. But now, it, along with thousands of other precious gems have been stolen! A secretive group of duergar, long since driven insane from a curse, have broken into the family home and stolen away with the emerald, which must be recovered before it is lost in the miles of tunnels that lead ever deeper into the world.
But getting the relic back is the easy part! The players will soon find themselves running for their lives, and lost in an underground catacomb as the duergar are more than happy to collapse the tunnels behind themselves. Are the players lost forever, or perhaps, are there other treasures to recover on the long road back to the world above?
Also included in “It all Falls Down”:
The Thousand-Hammer, a wall-toppling magic item bound to pack a punch
A new monster, the Chikfari, along with several variants the PCs can hope to catch and train as mounts
Details on the Iroth family, complete with treachery brewing
Maps by three time ENnie Award winning cartographer Todd Gamble
HERO LAB files for everything contained within the adventure
Most of the modules of the A-series (all but Wild Thing so far) take place in and around the frontier town of Rybalka and are very loosely connected by place and could be woven into an AP, but also could all easily stand alone in a similar setting. B2 also takes place there.
The A-series is penned by AaW-authors, the B-series by guest authors and the C-series is devoted to classic style play.
Hope that helps! If you want more details, ask away!
Look at you filling in the details for us, Thanks Endz! Much obliged for both the review and the clarification of our sequencing. Glad you liked this one.
@Elorebaen...were as most of our A series orbits our own setting, it would require very minimal work to relocate them within your own campaign setting. The B series, as Endz! noted, is our guest author series, and we leave it entirely up to the authors whether they choose to use our setting or not. Even so, the adventures tend to lend themselves to relocation easily enough. Thanks for the interest!