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Mythras Monthly Modules: M1 The Terror of Ettinmarsh


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The Monthly Modules for Mythras are back! And for May, we bring you an adventure for Classic Fantasy

M1: The Terror of Ettinmarsh is an introductory adventure for 4-6 1st and 2nd Rank characters. The village of Anminster has a deadly secret. Anminster fort is built on the site of an ancient dwarven cairn, which was itself designed with a much more sinister purpose Now, something is stirring within the ruins, and it is up to the adventurers to save Anminster from the Terror of Ettinmarsh.

Anminister is fully described, and the scenario contains all maps and statistics needed for play. Anminster can be used as a recurring location and a base for campaigning, and also acts as an introduction to the world of Greymoor, where further Classic Fantasy modules will be set.

34 pages

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1 hour ago, heathd666 said:

as im not super familiar with classic fantasy, does this module need classic fanatsy or will just the mythras core book suffice to use it?

The Classic Fantasy line is a clever take (bordering on brilliant) on most of the ideas of AD&D (!???!?), realized within the D100/Mythras ruleset (the prior edition was for "generic" BRP, not Mythras).

One of the best resources for it looks like that put together by avid fan "UbiquitousRat"


His deep engagement with the system led to him working with the CF author, and UbiquitousRat is actually the author of the module in the OP...


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Yep that cover suits the old AD&D flavour, very early 80s, I dig it

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" Sure it's fun, but it is also well known that a D20 roll and an AC is no match against a hefty swing of a D100% and a D20 Hit Location Table!"

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