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1 Session Dungeons #15 - The Ritual of Harrow Mogg

1 Session Dungeons #15 - The Ritual of Harrow Mogg

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SATURDAY SESSIONS (1SD11 to 20 are designed for longer sessions of between 5 and 6 hours, typical of a weekend game)

Adventures designed to be played in a single Saturday session. Playtested using Pathfinder, but you can use any system you like. Each 1SD contains a battle map or pre-designed floorplan to bring your game to life. All maps are also provided in a print-at-home PDF.

Saturday Session 1SDs can either be played as one-off scenarios or the full set from 11 to 20 can be combined to be played in order as a series of ten exciting dungeon crawls, each featuring a different battlemap style but with adventures revolving around an ongoing story. 

As with all previous 1SD titles, the maps and handouts come with an End User License which allows other publishers to extract them for use in their own products.


Estimated time to complete - 6hrs

Somewhere within the old mines of Harrow Mogg lies the subterranean temple of Quino. Here a band of lunatic priests once sacrificed the living in a macabre ritual designed to return the Moon God Quino to life. The temple has long been buried in a succession of cave-ins, the mine lost to memory and folklore. But recently, wailing banshee cries have been rising from the deep and locals fear something still lurks in the shadowy tunnels of the mine. Worse than this, rumours abound that the time of Quino is fast returning. Harrow Mogg, with its deadly seams of raw, murderous chaos, still harbours a restless malice and those unhallowed gods once worshipped there still long to return and revisit their wickedness upon the world.

Harrow Mogg

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File Last Updated:
February 27, 2016
This title was added to our catalog on February 27, 2016.