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The Burning Plague Area 2

The Greeting Room Unless the PCs have their own light source, this room is dark. Flavor Text The tunnel opens into a small, roughly rectangular chamber. Scattered chunks of silver ore surround an overturned pair of wooden carts. The lower half of what appears to be a human body juts out from beneath one of the cart’s edges. It shows no signs of movement. Dried blood is smeared across the northern wall in several places. Some old clay pots lie about the floor. Exits lead to the west and the east. Trap The cart the body is pinned beneath is rigged with a line attached to a stone concealed in the ceiling above hanging over an empty clay pot. There is a -10% chance to see this line when Searching due to the lighting and the line’s thinness.  Anyone disturbing the cart, either by turning it over or by seeking to drag the body out from beneath it, will snap the line and send the stone crashing to the clay pot. Anyone within 10 feet of the cart will be affected by the resultin

The Burning Plague Area 1

At the Entrance The adventure opens with the player characters standing outside the lone entrance to the cavernous mines. Flavor Text A cool breeze drifts down from the towering peaks of the Mountains as you behold the entrance to the caverns. The frost-rimed ground is littered with tools, picks and shovels, some of which protrude from soft banks of snow. A single darkened shaft leads into the depths of the mine ahead. The dirt path beneath its wooden support structure is covered with stone debris, a few pieces of which occasionally glint with the slightest hint of ore. No light issues forth from the tunnel. Burnt-out torches are strewn across the floor, their brackets torn from the shaft walls. Behind you, the worn road leads back through the crags to the valley below. Aside from the quiet whistling of the wind, complete silence fills the small clearing within the mountains. Looking Closely The tunnel is 15 feet wide and 10 feet tall. A successful Search check reveals th

[WFRP] South Lands Creatures from Pinterest

I've started pinning things recently. It's going to be great for my games. Here are some things I've found via Pinterest that fit perfectly into my South Lands concept: "Cobra Warrior" by TestosteronMan "Ophidia" by Tahra "Witherlings" by Eva Widermann Other South Lands Photogallery/ideas: Monstrous Compendium Annual 1 Monstrous Compendium Annual 2 Monstrous Compendium Annual 3 Monstrous Compendium Annual 4