XP1.2: The Spider-Gods's Bride
Webs of Intrigue
The mission is simple: Escort a Lamuran lord and his entourage on a visit to the city of Zul-Bazzir. The road to Zul-Bazzir is perilous, but it is after arrival that things truly take a turn for the worse! Can you avoid getting entangled in the webs of intrigue spun by the cult of the Spider-God?
Savage Swords and Sinister Sorcery
"The Spider-God's Bride" is a stand-alone sword and sorcery adventure module, inspired by the pulp era tales of Robert E. Howard and Clark Ashton Smith. Venture in the footsteps of Conan the Cimmerian, Satampra Zeiros of Uzuldaroum, Imaro of Nyumbani, and other fabled thieves, reavers and slayers!
Written for the Fifth Edition (5E) of the world's most popular roleplaying game, the adventure in this book can be easily adapted to any fantasy roleplaying game ruleset or edition.
Note: This standalone adventure was originally published as part of the collection "The Spider-God's Bride and Other Tales of Sword and Sorcery". This new version has been updated to fifth edition rules and includes new maps and artwork.
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Prince of Nothing has reviewed the book on his Age of Dusk blog and writes that "The premise is strong, straight out of a Conan short story." He continues: "The normally open-ended nature of the location-based adventure cannot be utilized and author must rely on atmosphere and the strengths of individual encounters to carry the day. While I'd argue XP1.1 has it where it counts in the atmosphere department, it is uneven in the encounters department." And concludes: "Nice final encounter, occasionally good flavor, great dedication to the source material, but not enough meat on the bones."
This adventure has also been reviewed as part of the collection "The Spider-God's Bride and Other Tales of Sword and Sorcery".