Adventure in a Con 2- Legend of the One-Toes by Silver Gryphon Games available now

By Polar_Bear
In Fantasy
Sep 6th, 2013
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Silver Gryphon Games has their second “Adventure in a Con” adventure up and available over in their webshop.

From the release:

Adventure in a Con: an adventure designed with the Æther Random Setting Generator, run Friday night of a convention, written on Saturday of the convention, and illustrated by an artist who attended the convention. It’s an entire adventure pulling talent from a convention! It’s an Adventure in a Con!

The second of our Adventure in a Con series, Legend of the One Toes takes the PCs on a wild ride set 400,000 years ago! Combining light fantasy elements such as spell casting and shamanic magic with cavemen as they discover a time-slipping space ship from our own near-future, this adventure has a combination of plot points that are almost completely unheard of in the gaming world!

You are one of the cavemen as you explore outside the cave the day after your Shaman disappears and you and the other PCs are knocked out by a loud bang after a very bright flash. There is a trail of odd footprints leading away from the cave, footprints with only one giant toe. They seem to be leading toward the lake, which is the only thing separating you from your sworn enemies, the Tribe of Gank.

Rescue your Shaman! Discover the creature that makes one-toed foot prints!
Fight for the glory and honor of your tribe!

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  • Soulfinger

    “We tossed this together over a weekend using a random setting generator” isn’t the best pitch for a product, but at least their honest.

    • Soulfinger

      . . . they’re honest

  • cybogoblin

    “…this adventure has a combination of plot points that are almost completely unheard of in the gaming world!”

    Except for that region in the Pathfinder setting that’s all barbarians and crashed spaceships.

    • Soulfinger

      Hey young’un, that there spaceships and barbarians region was trope back in the day when it was called Blackmoor. Check out the old module, “Temple of the Frog” — dude has a laser rifle right there on the cover. Then there was the 1st ed. AD&D module, “Expedition to the Barrier Peaks,” which had PCs in Greyhawk board a crashed space ship with androids, robots, blasters, and what-not.

      Like you said though, “completely unheard of” for preteens who think the Horus Heresy novels are some sick literature and couldn’t roll a saving throw versus petrification/polymorph to save their life. I love people with “original” ideas.

      • Ghool

        I wanna play S3 with Soulfinger.

  • Yup…Soul only makes comments for the chance to be witty. No time to run games except through an unused forum on TTGN. 😀

    • Soulfinger

      Say what? I’m waiting on you, my man.

      Ghool, you should get in on it too, “Finsen and the Red Light” in the forum . . . unless you want to drive to Indiana, in which case, sure I’ll run a game for you.