Dwellers Amid Bones Collector’s Edition

Lurking in the watery depths of a fallen orc tribe’s sacred burial cairn amid the bleached, broken bones of savage warriors, honoured champions and mighty warlords the forest drakes Arduthal and Ingeirmaugh have made themselves a comfortable, safe home. Periodically emerging to ravage the surrounding countryside their depredations have reached such a level that Baron Liofa Othen begs the PCs to slay the foul beasts.

Cairn Entrance by William McAusland (Outland Arts)

Cairn Entrance by William McAusland (Outland Arts)

 

The cairn’s remote location, inundated, bone-choked passageways and the vengeful, possessive ghost of the orc champion Gork Shattershield, not to mention the drakes’ mistaken identity as green dragons, all stand in the way of the PCs’ victory.

This is a Collector’s Edition version of the original module. It includes new material detailing the nearby village of Arcmoor and the surrounding territory.

A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible Adventure for 5th-level characters.


Praise for the Original Dwellers Amid Bones

“Dwellers in Bone from Raging Swan press is the perfect example of a side trek”

–KTFish7 (five stars)

“Dweller Amid Bones is an unpretentious, short little sidetrek that probably won’t last you for more than one or half a session, but it’s a smart one that has something to do for less combat-focused characters as well as a nail-bitingly exciting combat that may draw the PCs through the whole 5-room dungeon. This adventure could have very easily sucked, which, at its shortness, would have been a death knell. But the monsters actually for once acting not like complete morons is such a joy to behold that I kept smiling while reading this.”

–Endzeitgeist (five stars + seal of approval)

 

“When looking at pre-made adventures one of the questions I think a GM really has to ask is if the money on the product is worth the time it will save the GM, and I think this product is a good example of a guilt free “yes”.”

–ShoulderPatch (five stars)

“Overall it presents a neat and believeable interlude with a few interesting choices to be made, particularly if you have half-orcs amongst your party.”

–Megan Robertson (five stars)

“This is an awesome product, and in terms of the layout I honestly think that this one is better than the last one I reviewed.”

–Golden-Esque (four stars)


Praise for the Collector’s Edition

“Nice one nighter to throw at the players. Give them some more experience, or perhaps as I did, add a few items of interest to bring them along to the next quest. All you need is there. I especially liked the detailed rules about fighting in water.”

–Electeo Z (five stars)

“FANFARE! GLORY TO WHATEVER DEITY OR FORCE MADE CREIGHTON WRITE THIS!” (The caps are his, not mine!)

–Endzeitgeist (five stars + seal of approval)

“This makes for an excellent interlude, exciting and potentially lucrative, for any party travelling in the area. The whole thing hangs together well, with enough twists in the plot to lift it out of the ordinary.”

–Megan Robertson (five stars)


A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible Adventure by Creighton Broadhurst and Fabian Fears

Released 26 February 2015; Pages 32

PDF ($5.99) d20pfsrd, DriveThruRPG, Paizo, RPGNow, Warehouse 23

Soft Cover ($10.99/£9.99) Amazon DE, Amazon UK, Amazon US, d20pfsrd, DriveThruRPG, Noble Knight Games, Paizo, RPGNow

Soft Cover/PDF Bundle ($12.99) d20pfsrd, DriveThruRPG, Paizo, RPGNow

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2 thoughts on “Dwellers Amid Bones Collector’s Edition

  1. You may want to mention what the difference is between the collector’s edition and the previous one. This also applies to several other collector’s editions I believe.