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The Tangerine Tarantula - A Tale of Bentaven the Bard (The Second Tale)

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This is the second in a series of tales designed to drop into any ongoing game as a short and "fun" diversion from killing goblins (or whatever monster your players have a vendetta for). In this tale the players will hear a second tale told by an elderly merchant (who might seem familiar somehow...)

This is something new we're trying while working on our next full length adventure. Expect Tales from Bentaven the Bard to release every week until the entire run of seven tales is complete!

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Luke M March 14, 2018 12:35 am UTC
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Hi, I've been reading over these. I like them a lot, and I think they would fit perfectly as side material in my campaign! I was just wondering how the PCs are meant to figure out that the merchant from the second tale is the same person from the first tale. The connections between the others are obvious. But I'd like a way for my Players to become suspicious of the merchant being Bentaven before starting the 3rd tale. Just to give the NPC more of an impact in our campaigns canon.
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This title was added to our catalog on May 26, 2017.