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Barrow Bound: Eberron


Barrow Bound: Eberron

The reamins of an ancient hobgoblin daimyo frim the Dhakaani Empire has been discovered in a museum in Korranberg, and you have been dispatched by your clan leaders to recover his body. Upon doing so, you make your way back to the ceremonial barrow where he shall be laid to rest, only to be waylaid. Is it simply angry bandits looking to sell the corpse at a sideshow, a rival clan, or something more sinister? 

This is a four hour adventure for four 8th level characters. Take on the roles of mighty hobgoblin clansmen to rightfully take back the remains of your fallen leader. This one shot explores concepts of repartriation and respect for the dead, bringing history into fantasy. 

Maps done by Jason Mills of Critical Dice, and tokens done by Joshua Clark of Tome of Scribbles. Miss Alppy's cover brings this all together in an amazingly visual adventure. And you have everything ready in this product for a game of it on Roll20! 

Written by Cameron Day, with layout done by Bryan Holmes. 

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Kurt K April 23, 2020 5:33 pm UTC
Hi! I'm interested in the product but the preview is giving me a 404.
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Cameron D April 23, 2020 5:51 pm UTC
Howdy Kurt - I have remedied the issue! You should be able to get a full preview now.
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Kurt K April 23, 2020 10:06 pm UTC
Thank you for your same day reply! Unfortunately I'm still getting a 404 error, so I must assume this is on my end. I have purchased the product and will be looking it over this afternoon though.
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