SoR1: A Page of Scrolls
Into the sewers…
The city of Riverton is home to beggars, goblinoids, humanoids, liars, merchants, soldiers, and thieves. It is also home to Ahren, Page of the Plar’s Court. When Ahren asks for your help retrieving a scroll from a vicious tribe of sewer-dwelling goblins, who are you to say “No”?
A Page of Scrolls is the first part of the Shadows of Riverton adventure path and is designed to be played during the course of two four-hour sessions. The scenario can also be run as a standalone adventure in your sandbox campaign as it can easily be adapted for use with any campaign setting.
A Page of Scrolls is a module designed for four to six 1st-level characters and uses the medium XP advancement track. Each encounter includes optional scaling suggestions for more powerful parties. Successful completion of the adventure will take brand new 1st-level characters to 2nd level.
The scenario also includes a settlement stat block for the large city of Riverton as well as information about the city’s places of interest and notable NPCs. In addition, each of the city’s districts is detailed with its own settlement stat block to help bring the different parts of the city to life.
This module is compliant with the Open Game License (OGL) and is suitable for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and the 3.5 edition of the world’s oldest fantasy roleplaying game. The OGL can be found on page 30 of this product.
In addition, this product contains the following OGL items:
- Magic Item: scroll case of the Athenaeum
- Monster: young fiendish alligator, CR 1
- Spell: detect hidden writing, bard 0, cleric 0, wizard/sorcerer 0
- Trap: crude joisted masonry dam, CR 1
About the Author
Author of numerous RPGA adventures for the Living Greyhawk campaign (Bandit Kingdoms Triad member 2005-2008) and BDKR1: The Unofficial Living Greyhawk Bandit Kingdom Summary, Casey has bachelor’s degrees in both History (Texas A&M University) and Creative Writing (University of Houston), a master’s degree in Publishing & Writing (Emerson College), is an army veteran (E-4, 13B, 3HWB/2ACR), has worked as a Production Editor for Callaloo, a prestigious literary journal, and is editor of Strangelet, a new journal of speculative prose.