Symbaroum: The Copper Crown
A nation on the run. A homeland ravaged and barren. To stay would mean certain death. Going back is only considered by the foolish and those who have vowed to die on their native soil. Under these circumstances the people must be considered blessed to have such an amazingly beautiful, abundantly rich, so warmly welcoming destination ahead - Ambria, the promised land of Queen Korinthia. You are but one of many who have travelled across the snow-clad passes of the Titans. You have set foot in your new homeland, but there is still much to learn. The Copper Crown features two independent sequels to the tutorial adventure included in the Core Rulebook and is meant to provide players and Game Masters with more advanced guidelines regarding the rules and game world of Symbaroum.
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