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Two merchant houses are fighting over possession of a mysterious and ancient staff. What secrets does the staff hold? And how does it relate to a ruby the size of a human heart buried in some long forgotten barbarian tomb?

A six-hour adventure for four 6th level PCs.

Includes 5th edition write-ups of bone rats, tomb mote, forsaken shell, stone guardian, the bone creature template, and the necromental template.

Also includes a write-up of the Expert NPC class.

For 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons.

 
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Corey L April 19, 2017 12:14 pm UTC
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Any chance you could add a printer friendly version? The textured paper looks great on the PDF but it's going to be hell on my ink cartridge as I prefer to run the game from paper than a laptop.
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Devin C April 20, 2017 9:20 am UTC
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No problem. I replaced the file with a printer friendly version without the textured background. Enjoy!
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Ashley D September 14, 2016 9:06 pm UTC
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Some things to consider.
Page 11
"If the PCs are working for Allispan, he can inform them of this fact and tell them that his agents are already covering both of those locations, but that he does not believe the staff is being held there, as it would be impossible for Veritas to smuggle it out under such observation (including detect magic spells)."
"Veritas" should be replaced with "Commus"

page 14
"The footlocker here is footlocker is unlocked and holds a few personal effects (flint and steel, whetstones, etc.) as well as a disguise kit."

The whole secret warehouse map is a mess to work out in descriptions, please, in the future when you describe the room mark the letter of the room you used for it on the map. This is all made even more confusing by the fact that you list "Sleeping Quarters" three times with no denotation that they are all different rooms.

page 16
"The Commus guards...See more
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Devin C October 19, 2016 5:59 pm UTC
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Thank you for your comments. I will look into the errors regarding Commus versus Veritas and fix accordingly. With regard to the secret warehouse, somehow Word auto replaced my letter descriptions with numbers! Will fix.

With regard to Decimate, no...I got that one right. While its historical meaning (at the time of the Roman Empire) meant reduce by 1/10th, any dictionary you care to look at will show you its common usage in modern times means to "kill, destroy, or remove a large percentage or part of".
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