Friday, July 29, 2016

Free Map Friday - Beneath Bitterweed: Part 3







     This is it. We have found our dear friend Nebin Pendlebrook. Some of our Zeroes may have made it past the giant toad spiders, crossed the ravine and made it past the skeletal hounds, how many party members are left? Are they ready for what's next?

It was a lot of fun recreating the encounter maps from Nebin Pendlebrook's Perilous Pantry and again I'd like to thank Jon Marr and Purple Sorcerer Games for permission to post these as part of my Patreon.

Jon does a lot for the DCC community so please check out the Purple Sorcerer website for a virtual Bag of Holding full of DCC resources and adventures, or download the free Crawler's Companion, a "funky dice rolling, rules referencing, chart crushing" mobile app for Android, iPhone, or web.

Patreon supporters will get hi-res printable PDFs and a logo free hi-res JPEG of the full map.


All Patreon supporters this month get the hi-res files of all the Beneath Bitterweed maps as well as bonus content. Patrons at the $2.50+ level additionally get bonus versions with grids.





 










Previously a Patreon exclusive! 

The ancient city of Chathair Túr was once the home of Egeszfold’s most powerful sorcerers. Originally built around a tower that reached far into the sky. In the first age of the world, Chathair Túr prospered under the rule of its sorcerer overlords. While may labored to build the tower and enjoyed the show of ingenuity, the rulers worked their arcane powers to breach the very gates of Heaven. This peace and prosperity was shattered when the true intentions of the rulers were revealed when the veil between heaven and earth was torn. It wasn’t a doorway into heaven however and through the portal poured into this world great cosmic horrors that were never meant for this world. The great creator god Egysten took pity on his creation and destroyed the tower in a great cataclysm. Today all that remains today is a floating island city rumored to be filled with untold treasure, arcane artifacts, and unknown horrors. While the floating Ruins of Chathair Túr remain a monument of an age that has since become the inspiration for myths and legend, deep in the underground ruins something stirs...







Heart of Darkness is currently available digitally as a White Star compatible adventure and as a Savage Worlds licensed adventure.