- 1) King of Beasts—by Tom Knauss
- 2) Child's Play—by Tom Knauss
- 3) Canyons of Arcuri—Jeff Harkness and Gary Schotter
- 4) Madness Grows—by Tom Knauss
- 5) My Blue Oasis—by Tom Knauss
- 6) Niavark's Revenge—by Patrick Lawinger
At $12,000, we will add a 7th adventure to the main book, at no additional cost to you! Red Wedding by Tom Knauss. Red Wedding is a 4th-level adventure of forbidden passion and its unintended consequences. Though love creates life and beauty, its denial sows anger and hate. When young lovers are forever separated, one turns to a dark power for vengeance, and the other rises from the netherworld as a frightful monstrosity.
At $15,000, we will add an 8th adventure to the main book, at no additional cost to you! Howl of the Wolf, by Bill Webb and Clark Peterson. The Howl of the Wolf is a short adventure designed for 4 to 6 characters of 3rd to 5th level, but can be modified to accommodate higher- or lower-level characters by using the “Scaling the Adventure” sidebar.
- Quests of Doom 1, Volume 1—5e $30
- Quests of Doom 1, Volume 2—5e, $20
- Quests of Doom 1 (volumes 1-2)—SW, $45
- Quests of Doom 2—5e, $20
- Book of Lost Spells—5e, $40
- Fifth Edition Foes—5e, $40
Risks and challenges
Our only foreseeable risks are if our primary production facility is unable to fulfill our order. Luckily we have several backup production facilities lined up in the event of a problem with our primary.
Less likely risks include but are not necessarily limited to: (1) one or more asteroid(s) making violent contact with the planetary crust, and causing a dust cloud blanketing out the sun; (2) a direct meteor strike on a Kickstarter-related production facility, including but not limited to computers, power stations required therefor, alien overlords thereof, and other potential but unknown un-, sub-, or supernatural forces required for the operation of Kickstarter, Amazon, their controlling entities, the controlling entities, thereof, and ultimately the Illuminati or the Knights Templar, as applicable; (3) invasions or incursions in force by cannibalistic humanoids and/or morlocks traveling in time, leading to disruptions in urban transportation, offloading, and/or dispatching operations; (4) printing operations initially tasked to the Kickstarter’s fulfillment being diverted to production of bodice-ripping romance novels, teen vampire romances, or refrigerator user manuals; (5) various individuals up and down the production chain being struck individually, sequentially, severally, or simultaneously by train(s) and/or other such devices; (6) no members of the company have admitted to being in a tontine, so there’s that; (7) disappearance in Amazon rainforests by employees, subcontractors, or freelancers of Wizards of the Coast LLC, whether or not related to those rumors concerning dinosaur rodeos and actual owlbear experiments; (8) Ebola goes aerosol: kiss it all goodbye, people; (9) rust monsters loose in the metal; (10) tectonic shifts; (11) Greenwood captured by fans for extended bacchanal; (12) time-travel paradoxes instigated by third parties; (13) the wrong butterfly flaps its wings in the wrong damn place.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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