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Conan RPG: Tales of the Black Kingdoms

Tales of the Black Kingdoms

Part of the joy of the Conan adventures is exploring new places, so here is a set of adventures to take you to new places, complete with full details of the locations as well as the scenarios themselves.

Publisher's blurb: "Giant black men squat in the doorways of their thatched huts, or loll on the ground in their shade. Their women move up and down the streets, water-gourds or baskets of food on their heads. Children play or fight in the dust, while In the squares the black folk chaffer and bargain over plantains, beer and hammered brass ornaments. Smiths crouch over tiny charcoal fires, laboriously beating out spear blades. The hot sun beats down on all, the sweat, mirth and anger of the black people.

"Of the many adventures faced by Conan, his exploits in the many lands of the Black Kingdoms are by far some of the most tantalising and tempestuous of the various tales. Now, this trilogy of adventures gives other Hyborian adventurers a chance to experience the dangers and wonders of the Black Kingdoms.

"Tales of the Black Kingdoms comprises three scenarios designed for a five to six party members of between 3rd and 4th level. Each scenario can be run as either an individual adventure, or combined together as a single campaign, in which characters become embroiled in a Wadai revolt, discover the mysteries of Atlaia and battle the savage cultists of Jullah. Tales of the Black Kingdoms details the journey of a group of stalwart adventurers, their triumphs and losses, bloody betrayal and unexpected twists as alliances are formed, broken in the mysterious and savage lands of southern Hyboria."

More when I get hold of a copy!

Book Details:
Author: Nicholas Bergquist
Publishers' Reference: MGP7714
ISBN: 1-905176-42-2
Paperback, 80 pages
Date: June 2005

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Product page last updated: 24 December 2006