Posted by : David Guyll June 30, 2015

Originally slated for release in October, the crew over at Mythoard (which also has digital "boxes" now) has allowed us to release it four months early (ie, today)!

I've already talked about Lichfield in two other posts, but essentially it's a 30-page adventure that's heavily inspired by the Silent Hill series (hence the name, as opposed to the longer ones I've used in the past).

In a nutshell the main villain is a dead witch, who hellishly transforms both the city and most of its citizens due to her aforementioned affliction. The characters get caught up in this, and have to stop her before the city is destroyed (and, possibly more importantly, them along with it).

This adventure was originally part of the April Mythoard package. It has been modified to be full-color and wholly independent from the "Mythoard setting" (because not everyone will have purchased all of the other Mythoard exclusives). Inside you'll find:
  • Four ways to use the book and start the adventure.
  • The Jacinda formatted as a danger.
  • An overview of the city of Lichfield (using my steading-stat-block), which includes a map, some of its citizens, places of interest, location moves, and so on.
  • A similar treatment for Lichfield after the curse takes effect.
  • Random building contents and floorplans (in case the characters try to hide in or loot buildings).
  • customized treasure table specific to this adventure.
  • A new magic item (that you'll have to pry from the hands of one of the monsters).
  • Four new monsters (five if you count Jacinda), each drawn from Jacinda's experiences, fears, and hatred (no, none of them are nurses).
  • A small dungeon, which includes a Silent Hill-esque puzzle.

Note: If you purchase using the PayPal Buy Now button, we will also send you a complimentary copy through DriveThruRPG.




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