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The Widow's Lament

A TORG Eternity adventure in five Acts for Alpha Clearance Storm Knights. 
It was meant to be such a simple job; just check in with some old doctor and investigate rumors of a haunting. How could we have known what we would find? Now we're trying to catch super villains in the Nile Empire, and hunt a dragon in the Aysles, just for a chance to win against what we uncovered. Honestly, Orrorsh just doesn't play fair!
The adventure puts a heavy focus on roleplay, and rewards players for intelligent choices. There's still plenty of action for your combat oriented characters who will find some tough foes that might require teamwork to bring down. The story is written to be scaled for the number of players, and has been tested for two and four players. The Game Master can easily tinker it to make it more or less difficult to suit their party composition. There are also numerous suggestions for how to get the adventure back on track if the Storm Knights stumble in places.
Realms: Mixed Core Earth/Orrorsh (Myanmar); Dominant Nile Empire (Saudi Arabia); Dominant Aysles (Norway)
Timing: Roughly three to nine months into the invasion.
Format: 76 page full colour pdf using the Infiniverse Exchange Kit
Deep investigation, cunning traps, dramatic car chases, explosive ambushes; this adventure has it all.
  • Many detailed NPCs with back stories
  • Player handouts of Delphi Reports
  • 24+ hours of play time.
  • Adjusted for player numbers.
  • Statistics provided for all foes, weapons and vehicles
  • Artwork from many fine artists who provide for DriveThruRPG
Great value for the number of game sessions you'll get from this story.
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Jay R January 15, 2019 12:37 am UTC
I really like this after giving it a read through, probably one of my favourite Inifiniverse titles so far. Any suggestions for running it for a Beta group?
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Kieran B January 15, 2019 8:16 am UTC
Thank you so much for taking the time to provide feedback.

Upgrading for a Beta group will depend a lot on how your group is balanced. For example, if your group is combat heavy, then the foes will need a serious upgrade. How to do that will depend on the time you want to put in. Spending about 50XP on each main antagonist and upgrading their minions to more elite versions should do the job. If you already have the draft of the Nile Empire Sourcebook, then Ratel and the Golden Hornet can be given serious boosts with some of the new Perks. The 'Big Bad' will need special attention so the end battle doesn't become anti-climatic, so consider adding a couple of attribute points across the board and making the Dramatic Skill Resolution much harder.

Probably the biggest thing I can say from playtesting, is that the minions can become a little trivial for a combat-centric party, so they might really warrant a review for a Beta Group. Adding an attribute point or two is an easy way to do this....See more
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This title was added to our catalog on December 22, 2018.