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  • MD-063-COVER

    Mini-Dungeon #063: The World Forge

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    A Mini-Dungeon adventure for 4 level 11 PCs

    A powerful planar entity has drafted the PCs to test out alternate versions of cosmology, hoping mortal creativity might accomplish what immortal acumen could not. To succeed in their task the PCs must use this engine of creation to generate a miniature world, then defend that world from a miniature apocalypse.

    The World Forge in Your Campaign
    Sometimes, heroes must leave the comfortable confines of the dungeon for grander adventures. Rather than saving villages and kingdoms, such powerful PCs must now concern themselves with saving the cosmos. This adventure is a stepping stone between these two power levels, introducing PCs into the larger conflicts of the planes. The entity who created this bizarre engine might be divine, demonic, or utterly alien in nature depending on the needs of your campaign. However, its need for a “replacement world” offers foreshadowing for your choice of apocalyptic threats.

    Mini-Dungeons are single page, double sided adventures for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game which are setting agnostic and are easily inserted anywhere in your campaign.


  • MD-062-COVER

    Mini-Dungeon #062: What the Dickens

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    A Mini-Dungeon adventure for 4 Level 8 PCs

    In an incredible piece of opportunistic pilfering an exotic noblewoman (actually a Rakshasa Marais in disguise) was “relieved” of a valuable necklace (actually a Rakshasa Raktavarna in disguise) by a young pick-pocket called Dodger.

    When the authorities told the noble “lady” and her “brother”(also a disguised Rakshasa though in this case one of the so called “Common” types) that they would not be able to recover their stolen necklace the two Rakshasas decided to take matters into their own hands by adopting new disguises and then using them to set up a mini Thieves’ Guild in the sewers, one that specialises in helping young pick-pockets with their career aspirations.

    The female Rakshasa, the Marais, now disguising herself as “Nancy”, acts like a bawdy cockney gal who enjoys a good drink and a sing-song while she gathers young strays around her with a kind word and a meat pie (since most of them are starving). When she fi nds likely pick-pockets she sends them down for mentoring and protection to her brother “Fagin” who, being the “Common” Rakshasa now disguised as an elderly twisted rogue, looks after his “little wascals” until space in the hideout gets a bit tight and he is forced to send one off for “special training”.

    It’s all a bit below the Rakshasas dignity and the Raktavarna would laugh its head off if it ever found out what was happening but in the end it’s the best that they could come up with and when all is said and done they are gradually working their way through the city’s young pick-pocket population. In the meantime the Raktavarna, realising its precarious position, has chosen not to reveal itself to Dodger while it waits for a possible rescue, using instead its Suggestion and Charm Person spells on him while he sleeps in order to prevent itself from being fenced.

    Mini-Dungeons are single page, double sided adventures for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game which are setting agnostic and are easily inserted anywhere in your campaign.


  • MD-061-COVER

    Mini-Dungeon #061: The Cackling Madness of Umberstone Manor

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    For 3-4 PCs of levels 13-15

    Lingering in the shadow of Mount Shalefor, Umberstone Manor is the ancestral home of the Valninboom family. The mansion is set high upon Umberstone Hill on the outskirts of the city of White Oak’s Shire. The settlement was founded three centuries past when the progenitor of the Valninbooms, Lord Rimbrall, first incorporated it as a base of operation for the White Oak Trading Company.

    Renowned dealers of antiquities, the Valninbooms’ trade empire amassed great wealth as masters to the River Wyde. Over the centuries the simple trade outpost grew in population and eventually bore its own thriving economy. Today the city is a bustling trade port. The generations of Valninbooms grew in wealth and power, but they also became reclusive. The Valninbooms focus on company business, and rarely make public appearances.

    As the outpost expanded, those who held administrative positions in the trading company soon inherited governing responsibilities for the city. These positions of power in White Oak’s Shire are passed down through generations forming several influential houses within the community. No one interacts directly with the Valninbooms save for the council of governors who each head one of the five houses of White Oak.

    Mini-Dungeons are single page, double sided adventures for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game which are setting agnostic and are easily inserted anywhere in your campaign.


  • MD-35-COVER

    Mini-Dungeon #035: The Queen’s Estuary

    3 out of 5
    $0.99

    4 Level 5 PCs

    The forest is alive with the song of birds and insects. The weather has warmed to a comfortable balmy temperature and the sweet smell of spring flowers drifts on the air. On such a marvelous, peaceful day, what could possibly go wrong?

    Mini-Dungeons are single page, double sided adventures for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game which are setting agnostic and are easily inserted anywhere in your campaign.