BLOOD, INSANITY, AND ANCIENT EVIL…
A strange rock formation, a treasure-laden tomb, and an insane man with wild ravings about the “Lords of Blood.” What does it all mean? Do these “Lords of Blood” really exist? Will the Young Kingdoms fall before them? Or do you dare attempt to drive them back to whence they came…? If so, you must prepare yourself, my friend. This is not a place for the meek spirited or the wuss of heart. This is the HackMaster™ 5th edition role-playing game.
This 32-page book (for levels 4-8) is a completely revised and expanded version of the classic HackMaster adventure written by Jolly R. Blackburn! Fully converted to the HackMaster 5e rule set. Presented in full color includes maps, useful background, artwork and adventure details — including our popular Hacktrack™ card system which puts all the monster/foe information relevant to combat right at the GM’s fingertips. No useless fluff! Like all Kenzer and Company products, this adventure was designed with the GameMaster in mind. We prepare all the details so you can spend less time flipping pages and more time gaming. Being a GM has never been so easy, or so much fun! Note: Boxes of tissues for your players to dry their tears not included.
Although easily converted for use in any campaign setting, this book is designed for the Kingdoms of Kalamar – a realistic, dynamic world where complex political alliances mix with marauding bands of humanoids, and medieval technology and culture come faces to face with magic and the fantastic. Whatever type of adventure you seek, you can find it here.
For characters of 4rd to 8th level.
Note: For those wanting a full color print version of the adventure you can order it direct from Lulu.com
Collector’s Note: This adventure originally appeared in Shadis issue #2 back in 1990 and then later as a 2nd edition D&D print module of the same name. A D&D v3.0 version can be found in the Harvest of Darkness compilation. Then it was converted as a HackMaster™ 4th edition version. Making this 32 year old adventure one of Kenzer’s oldest products.
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