What Lies Beyond the Towers?
Stretching north of the imposing mountain range known as the Towers is a vast and primordial swamp. Countless tales and legends hint at its deadly horrors, ancient evils, and lost treasures. It is said that incredible riches lie submerged beneath the swamp's fetid waters, just waiting for bold explorers to uncover them. Indeed, many have tried, but bands of bandits and deadly monsters protect these troves and those who seek their fortunes here rarely return.
It is into this swamp that the heroes must journey. Hired to lead an expedition into the heart of this mire, the Player Characters must navigate the trackless landscape, contend with countless threats from the swamp's denizens, and survive betrayal from within their own ranks, all to locate the ancient ruin that's said to hold powerful secrets of the past.
In addition to the adventure itself, Beyond the Towers follows in the footsteps of Mansion of Shadows by providing a slew of support material. The book includes several detailed NPCs with plot hooks enough to spin out new side-treks and adventures of your own design. In addition, new monsters such as the Crimson Horror and Slithering Abomination serve to harass and terrify your players. Even better, you can link this adventure with others in the Bleeding Edge series to construct your own campaign!
Beyond the Towers combines great roleplaying opportunities, investigation, and plenty of action, taking your d20 games to the Bleeding Edge of Adventure!
Requires the use of the Dungeons & Dragons?, Third Edition Core Books, by Wizards of the Coast, for use. Utilizes material from the v.3.5 revision.
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- Edition Credits:
- Design: W. Jason Peck
- Additional Design: Robert J. Schwalb
- Editing: Jason Schneiderman
- Development: Robert J. Schwalb
- Proofreading: Evan Sass
- Art Direction and Graphic Design: Hal Mangold
- Cover Art: Lisa Wood
- Interior Art: The Forge Studios
- Executive Producer: Chris Pramas
- Green Ronin Staff: Bill Bodden, Steve Kenson, Nicole Lindroos, Hal Mangold, jim pinto, Chris Pramas, Evan Sass, Marc Schmalz, and Robert J. Schwalb
- Playtesters: Jacob Chabot, Travis Dale, Stephen Edal, Michael Elster, Tim Ferree, Jan-Philipp G?rtler, Kristian Hartmann, Mark Hugo, Zach "PFBOD" Lint, Andrew McCool, Clemens Sh?fer, Conrad Sh?fer, Aaron Wamsley, and Jennifer Wamsley
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