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AD&D: Freedom

Freedom

Introduce your characters to Athas, no holds barred. An adventure/campaign start for 1st-level characters.

Publisher's blurb: "Enter the ancient and corrupt city of Tyr, whose tyrannical sorceror-king has ruled for a millennium. As you wander the city, from the wreck of the elven warrens to the sanguine splendor of the arena, you realize that the citizens of Tyr thirst less for water than they do for freedom.

"Now, after a century of slave labor, sorceror king Kalak's great ziggurat nears completion. He has promised the city a grand celebration when the monument is done, complete with the most brutal arena spectacle in Tyr's long history. Rumors abound as to the nature of the spectacle: some believe it will bring with it the longed-for manumission of countless slaves; others fear the annihilation of Tyr and her people as a sacrifice to Kalak's hunger for power; and a secret few believe it will be a day of revolution - a day of freedom!"

More when I get hold of a copy!

Book Details:
Author: David "Zeb" Cook
Publishers' Reference: TSR2401
ISBN: 1-56076-105-9
Box set: 2 48-page flip books and a 16-page book
Date: January 1992

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Product page last updated: 17 August 2010