A GM’s Resource supplement by Creighton Broadhurst
You are a GM, but you are busy. You want to write your own modules, but you just don’t have the time. And you don’t want to use commercial modules. You want to make your campaign your own. That’s where the Dungeon Backdrop line comes in! Each Dungeon Backdrop presents a fully fleshed out and lovingly detailed self contained dungeon ready for you to use as you see fit. Stock the dungeon with your own monsters (and—perhaps—their treasure), decide their back story and you are good to go.
Every Dungeon Backdrop is carefully designed to be easily inserted into almost any fantasy campaign. Dungeon Backdrops we describe the dungeon, you add the monsters (and the treasure).
GM’s Miscellany Dungeon Backdrops comprises the following dungeons
Hidden Redoubt of Gilak Urser
Hidden for long years and wreathed in legendry, the Hidden Redoubt of Gilak Urser ever looms large in treasure seeker’s dreams. Variously described as a pirate or adventurer in myths and folklore, Gilak Urser is universally thought to have been fabulously wealthy. His hidden lair—and his treasure hoard—has never been found…until now…
Lost Eyrie of the Demon King
An otherworldly evil festers in the bowels of the Lost Eyrie of the Demon King. And now that evil has attracted a powerful servant—a servant wreaking death and destruction on the surrounding countryside and villages. The local villagers need adventurers to eradicate this terrible threat, but will the heroes realise that something even worse lurks in the eternal dark of the Lost Eyrie of the Demon King?
Shattered Halls of the Undying Oracles
For centuries, the adherents of a strange cult have harvested the skulls of learned folk and interred them in the so called Halls of the Undying Oracles. Thus, their knowledge is safeguarded for future generations. Now an earthquake has severely damaged the Halls. Was it a natural event, divine punishment for the cult’s blasphemous works, or is something more sinister going on?
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