Dreadmire

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Dreadmire
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Abbreviation: None
Author: Randy Richards
Publisher: Spellbinder Games
Item Code: SG1345
Release Date: December 23, 2005
Format: Hardcover
Page Count: 224
ISBN-10: 0977338339
Price: $29.95
Product Blurb:
During the darkness of a waning moon unspeakable things skulk from the depths of Dreadmire, infesting the surrounding heath, farmlands and ranches. It is said that those who go in rarely return -- at least not alive. This expansive quagmire is a source of deadly diseases, demon cults, fatal venoms, immersed ruins, and ancient magic. The ubiquitous dark pollen is corrupting all that lives, perpetuated by the malicious tree devils and the malevolent Somesuch. Even the combined forces of the giant owls, wild elves and quag druids cannot save the sinking forest.

Dreadmire Swamp is the definitive reference book on adventure, life and unlife within the swamp. Here you will find verisimilitude: rules covering swamp ecology, hazards, and encounter tables, and descriptions of harried villages, as well as details of nearly three hundred new creatures, such as mire giants, weregators, carnivorous plants, phantom mosquitoes, marsh elementals, monstrous amphibians, fungus demons, alligataurs, cannibal elves, evil druids, mud dwarves, bayou halflings, plant swarms, the disgusting anthroaches, and a terrifying goliath pelican. There is ample room for thrills in Dreadmire, as simply trying to navigate a bayou is a dangerous prospect.

Three complete adventures also await parties brave enough to stare into the Dreadmire's thousand eyes, taking PCs from beginning to advanced levels. Beginners brave the wetlands in The Great Bayou Halfling Boat Race. Intermediate players trudge across the Bog of the Fungal Demon, avoiding black slime and abysmal shrooms. Finally, Secrets of the Sinking Citadel vexes even the the most advanced players against nine eldritch liches that survived the Age of Necromancer Druids.

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