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If you like Sinbad, Jason and the Argonauts, Clash of the Titans, Kingdom of Heaven, the 1001 Nights, you'll love Capharnaum!
If you like Sinbad, Jason and the Argonauts, Clash of the Titans, Kingdom of Heaven, the 1001 Nights, you'll love Capharnaum!
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THE TEARS OF AMPHAROOL - Capharnaum Quickstart and Introductory Adventure now available!

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 Hi everyone,

Here it is at last - we're delighted to announce the release of THE TEARS OF AMPHAROOL, the free Capharnaum Quickstart and Introductory Adventure! This 44-page full-colour PDF contains everything you need to play an exciting adventure in the Aramla El-Nar, the Desert of Fire, at the heart of Jazirat! Featuring abridged rules, five pregenerated characters, and a one or two session adventure, this gives you hands-on experience with the Capharnaum system. Download it here!

The Desert of Fire, the fearsome Aramla El-Nar, holds many secrets, a fiery waste which has swallowed entire armies and kingdoms whole. When their trade caravan is engulfed by a mysterious sandstorm, your Dragon-Marked heroes receive a call to adventure which may set them on their path to glory. Participate in all the romance, mystery, and adventure of the One Thousand and One Nights, with ancient magics, terrifying foes, and a forgotten betrayal which might change the world…!

THE TEARS OF AMPHAROOL also gives you an insight into the look and feel which we're developing (under Jason's expert eye) for the Capharnaum layout. We hope you'll enjoy the adventure!

Salaam to the Dragon-Marked!

Sarah, Jason, and everyone at Team Capharnaum

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    1. John M. Kahane on December 3

      Hullo, folks,

      Just downloaded the Quickstart and have to say... WOW! Formatting is great, and the system looks pretty good at a basic view. Adventure definitely seems to be very much in the feel of the Arabian Nights, but also seems to have caught the flavour of the game. Is this one of the adventures from the French version of the game?

      JohnK