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Author Topic: The Vitacernis!  (Read 19 times)


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The Vitacernis!
« on: February 16, 2021, 08:29:26 PM »
This is a zine for and it looks like it is jammed packed with all kinds of good stuff!

The Vitacernis is a 20-page zine containing:

- Ruby Grove - A mouse settlement with 16 locations and 20+ NPCs to meet
- 4 major NPCs with backgrounds, behaviors, and open-ended plot hooks

- An adventure that sees the PCs delving inside the tree, uncovering ancient ruins, meeting its new inhabitants, and discovering the strange tree’s origins

- A 14 entry bestiary, 2 new spells and conditions, and a 40+ entry treasure table

- A separate cut-out item sheet containing the new conditions, spells, and a selection of 11 detailed items

- A set of tools for GMs to integrate Ruby Grove and The Vitacernis into an existing campaign including: a table of both local and hexcrawl-level rumors, a table of location/NPC features to easily plug in alternates from an existing campaign, and aftermath prompts to guide what happens in the world following the adventure