Spectre of the Black Rose Adventure Nuggets

All of these Adventure Nuggets have been inspired by the new Ravenloft novel, Spectre of the Black Rose.

  • There are rumors in Nightlund of an uprising among the undead. The undead have become restless and more violent than usual. Most disturning, however, are rumors of the return of the long absent Lord Soth. Can the heroes travel through the land of the dead to discover the truth?
  • Strange mists have been appearing and disappearing around a strange ancient site of stones. Pale, confused elves claiming to be from the realm of “Sithicus” have appeared with the strange mists. These elves claim to have been under the rule of the missing Lord Soth for countless years! Can the heroes find out if these elves are telling the truth?
  • A rash of strange killings has plagued a city of Palanthas. Men have been found killed by an extremely sharp implement. However, the strangest thing about the killings is that the victoms have had their feet sliced off. Stranger still, is a strange madness that has also plagued the city. Many public officials have been driven mad by what they describe as a “Beast.” Many have disappeared already, seen heading to the East.
  • Gale, the successor of Khellendros, has sent several dragonspawn minions out to scout the area around Nightlund. Fascinated by rumors of Lord Soth’s return, Skie has determined to validify such rumors. Rumors of the reappearance of the spirit of Kitiara, the obsession of both Lord Soth and his former master, Khellendros, have also prompted Gale to investigate. However, Gale’s blue spawn minions have terrorized neighboring villages and towns already. Can the heroes stop Gale before the wyrm’s spawn minions destroy every village on Nightlund’s border.
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