Call to War (PFRPG) PDF
Wayward Rogues Publishing(based on 1 rating)
The Whispers of the Dark Mother Continue!
The heroes return to the town of Brighton to resupply before their final showdown against the cult of Shub-Niggurath, only to find it besieged by an army of ogres!
Can they route the giant army and uncover their hidden jungle base before the brutes destroy their home?
Or will they become the latest victims of the Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young?
An adventure for 4-6 5th level characters.
Written by Michael Reynolds with additional material by Jarrett Sigler and Robert Gresham
Also included, an overview of Rullux, the brutal god of war by Charlie Brooks
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