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Christopher Grey's Harbingers of the Nine Hells (Border Kingdoms Fallen 1.3)


The Temple of the Nine Stars is renowned throughout the entire region as a haven for any faith, any god, or any religion. The frontier is home to so many that cannot find solace in their faith, so far from home. However, there is something sinister at play in this beloved temple at Derlusk. It seems someone brought a host of demonic creatures into the region because of the clerics here. Whatever they are hiding, it is bigger than only a host of hellspawn. Unless the squabbling guilds of Derlusk come together to confront this threat, the Border Kingdoms will confront the rising of the Nine Hells at their doorstep.

Harbingers of the Nine Hells is the third chapter in Christopher Grey's Border Kingdoms Fallen, however it can also be run stand-alone or as a one-off.

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Thomas H May 13, 2021 10:27 pm UTC
Just wondering how many more modules are planned for this series.
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Christopher G May 13, 2021 10:47 pm UTC
I've not been developing in 5e for a while and this project fell by the wayside. However, if there's interest I'm not opposed to picking it up again. There definitely is more of the story to tell.
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Thomas H May 14, 2021 5:51 pm UTC
I'm interested. Hopefully enough are. Would like to see a long term campaign for the Border Kingdoms. Since the main book has no keyed city maps, my work in running a campaign there is already cut out for me.
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