Kobolds can make fun enemies: small enough that you can cope with them, sufficient threat in large numbers to present quite a challenge... and always up to something. Here are some good locations to keep the little rascals in their place.
Publisher's blurb: "Welcome to the kobolds warrens. This blueprint offers five fantasy locations that may house our little dirty friends: the kobolds. You are free to use these locations as lair for other kinds of monsters as kobolds 'haunt' already existing locations. Short adventure ideas are included for each location.
"Lair of the Necromancer: An old lair of a long-dead necromancer has been discovered by an ambitious kobold who wants to be a necromancer. He found an old artifact, which may allow him to create undeads....
"Old Cemetery: An old, abandoned cemetery has been infested by kobolds. They desecrated the tombs and made their warren in the crypts. But the dead do not like this invasion...
"Ruined Keep: The ruined keep has been home of various monsters in the past. While in the outside ruins wandering monster dwell for a while, kobolds dug deep in the backside mountain and established their warren there. The dirty little monsters use a secret passage to sneak outside during the night and steal goodies from adventurers...
"Abandoned Tower: A band of kobolds bandits have claimed this ruined tower as their hideout. The leaders of the kobolds are a sly shaman and a mighty warrior. The kobold brothers maraud the wagons of poor villagers in the vale below. The villagers are tired of this band of kobolds but do not dare to venture in the tower because they think it is haunted...
"Dwarven Burial Chamber: The dwarven burial chamber remained untouched for centuries because two mighty stone golems guarded its entrance. Recently an evil wizard got the control of the stone golems and took them away for his own purposes. The curious kobolds entered the burial chamber and desecrated the old resting place..."
Author: Mario Barbati
Publishers' Reference: BLU38
PDF, 20 pages
Date: October 2007
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Product page last updated: 18 November 2007