'Sewers Of A God's Sorrow' -- A Level 1 RPG Adventure.

  • Apr 6, 2014 · 6:00 PM
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A one-off adventure (though, as ever, with potential for future development) using the Pathfinder system. It follows on from 'The Dust Garden' but it's playable as a stand-alone. No experience necessary, pre-gen characters provided if desired, though if you have a character concept you're dying to try, let me know!

'A lost girl has been found, but she is far from safe. It is up to you to guide her home, but with a vanished portal at your back, you can only press forward. Only one route lies open; the sewers, flooded with the tears and fitful dreams of a sleeping God. But beyond this lies an otherwise-sealed city, and hope for a way to return to your own land.'

-- A primarily sword and sorcery fantasy setting with a potentially steampunk feel, with an atmosphere of surreal mystery. Those answering the call may discover magic or danger, may forge their legend, or add their bones to the many that grace the 'Sewers Of A God's Sorrow.'

Venue: Private Residence in Fairport. Confirmed address will be given to attendees. If you respond and cannot attend, please update your rsvp accordingly. If there's an overflow and you join a waitlist, please message me your cell number so I can notify you of a space. Thanks!

 -- Dan.

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  • Kerry S.

    Lot's of fun, Dan! Thanks to you and all the players!

    April 7, 2014

  • Angel P.

    sorry, i would love to, but your group is running at the same time as my D&D group. but we wish you a successful quest!

    April 1, 2014

  • Jefferson M.

    Which Dan is running this? Hopefully I can go.

    April 1, 2014

    • Dan

      Same one as last time.

      April 1, 2014

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