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Tales of the Old Margreve (PDF Edition)

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Put out the fire, shoulder your pack, and enter the deep woods...

Tales of the Old Margreve contains 8 eerie forest adventures for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game in a unique Old World setting inspired by the medieval folktales and superstitions of Eastern Europe.

Here in the Old Margreve Forest, heroes trek past crumbled griffon towers, over stiles and shepherds' fields, to where the lonely road thins and branches under the dark canopy of the trees. Deep in the forest's misty hollows, you may hear the rusalka's song rising over the crackle of a midnight fire or glimpse the white flash of a deer centaur's tail as it vanishes between the trees.

In this place, those who ignore the old ways are never seen again.

Inside you'll find:

  • 8 adventures for player characters of 1st to 10th level
  • Dozens of Margreve sites, inhabitants and adventure hooks
  • 12 unsettling new monsters
  • New spells and incantations
  • Unexpected powers wielded by the living forest itself!

Whether you choose to take your players into the legendary forest between the realm of the vampire knights and the clockwork city of Zobeck, or cherry-pick its contents for your own campaign world, Tales of the Old Margreve will challenge your players to earn a place in fireside tales.

Written by Tim and Eileen Connors, Richard Pett, and Open Design patrons, with frequent review, playtest and feedback to maximize playability. 112 pages.

"a contender for Best RPG product of the year and on par with the first Forgotten Realms or Ravenloft box set. Yes it's that good." —
    Review by Fame & Fortune

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 10 November, 2010.