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Annalyse's Revenge - Adventure

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Annalyse Penn plotted revenge for those responsible for destroying her lover Jack von Zarovich – also known as Happy Jack. During her grief, she was guided by a group of demons known as the Quartet. These demons took her to the Lavolion Theater as a venue to stage her revenge. She joined the theater as a dancer, then slowly let the Quartet demons manipulate the place, eventually twisting the world into creating a dark reflection of the Lavolion that lurked in a parallel Abyssal plane beneath the theater. When Annalyse and their demented planar theater were ready, the Quartet advertised a show: Revenge, a Tragedy in Two Acts, by Annalyse Penn. People came to see the show, then never returned home.

The Quartet tore a hole in the Material plane, creating an exact copy of the Lavolion. The duplicate Lavolion emerged during the most recent show at the opera house, and the Quartet trapped the patrons in this nightmare playground world based on Annalyse’s grief. Annalyse is trapped as well, the Quartet having used her to the point where they consider her a discarded, broken toy.

Though Annalyse’s Revenge is a follow up adventure to Happy Jack’s Funhouse, and has ties to The Madhouse of Tasha’s Kiss, you do not have to have run those adventures to run Annalyse’s Revenge. The adventure includes options to run it as a standalone one-shot. Playtime is roughly 3 to 5 hours.

Designed for four to five characters of levels 4th through 8th. Optimized for a party of five characters with an average party level of 6.

Content Warning: blood, burn victims, cutting, gore, goats, self-harm, teeth

This is a gruesome adventure which some players may find problematic. Please consider your players’ preferences and triggers before running this adventure.

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Carter G October 27, 2020 9:27 pm UTC
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Hello, I could not find maps that represent the theater battle 1 and 2 without tags. Also, the no tags for abyssal and material theater are significantly darker than the normal one-- kind of weird. Here's a comparison: https://i.imgur.com/4udiqA5.png
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Jeff C. S October 28, 2020 12:30 pm UTC
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Hello, Carter!

During production, I lightened the maps in the PDF to make it easier for the DM to see. I've uploaded a new MAP file with lighter maps. I've also updated the battle maps with a 'no tags' version. They aren't an exact match to the PDF, but they are close. I hope this helps.
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John H October 25, 2020 5:04 am UTC
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Just ran this game yesterday and while it was a blast and everyone enjoyed it, I do have one criticism about this game. I might have overlooked something, but from what I've gathered, it's way too easy to get to Alto. Without wanting to spoil anything, Alto is a mayor part of what makes the Abyss work so well atmosphere wise, however he is located right next to one of the portals leading down into the Abyss. Its entirely possible to get rid of him before even exploring any part of the Abyss and while it's still undoubtedly enjoyable, that means it's very easy to miss quiet a big chunk of what makes the game so special. It's the one flaw I found in an otherwise magnificent experience^^
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Jeff C. S October 27, 2020 2:19 pm UTC
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John, Thank you for the comments!

You are correct that it is possible to reach Alto before experiencing a good portion of the adventure. I didn't want the adventure to feel like a railroad - with the characters having to enter every room. If a DM wishes, they could adjust that area by making the access point impassable.
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Christopher D October 12, 2020 7:53 am UTC
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I ran Tasha’s Kiss twice and had a lot of fun with it. I just got Happy Jack’s Funhouse and I plan on also running that twice. I admittedly haven’t read this all the way through but I’m wondering if you have any suggestions for running this at level 10 or higher since I’m going to be running Happy Jack’s at level 10 so that I can just transition into this. Thanks
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Jeff C. S October 14, 2020 1:02 pm UTC
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Let me work on this. I'll try to upload a separate document with high-level scaling suggestions in a few days.
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Christopher D October 14, 2020 7:47 pm UTC
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Okay. Thank you. I appreciate it.
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Jeff C. S October 20, 2020 2:23 pm UTC
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I've uploaded a separate PDF with scaling suggestions. I hope this helps.
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Christopher D October 20, 2020 8:40 pm UTC
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I don't see the separate PDF
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Jeff C. S October 20, 2020 8:52 pm UTC
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Could you check again? It looks like the file was renamed. I've updated the file name.
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Christopher D October 20, 2020 9:07 pm UTC
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Thank you. I found it. It just shows me a different name until I download it
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