Illustration by Tyler Bartley; Layout by Jonathan Roberts
Why should the real world have all the fun?
It's time to take your game virtual with The Breaking of Forstor Nagar!
Summer might be almost over, but there's still time for you to experience the action-packed story as your Pathfinder heroes brave the frozen streets of a dying city in a thrilling attempt to rescue one man! Your adventurers face adversity every step of the way as defenders and the Hungering Legion both attempt to thwart their efforts. Can they overcome the challenges and reach their objective in the center of a dying city? Once there, will they survive the escape?
Configured for the FREE virtual tabletop Maptool, complete with gorgeous full-color maps, monster and NPC macros, incorporated art and rules hyperlinks, The Breaking of Forstor Nagar is sure to be a raucous and harrowing adventure your 8th level characters will not soon forget!
Don't wait-the Forstor Nagar might be doomed, but your next session is certain to rock with the Rite adventure; pick up The Breaking of Forstor Nagar today!
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Maptool virtual tabletop
All Encounter Text In Program: All the encounter text in the pdf is already built into the maptool campaign. Each button shows the corresponding section of text for the GM for quick reference - with read aloud sections clearly marked.
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Combat Macro Output: Hit a Full Attack button on a monster and the chat window shows a full break down of the attack, with breakdowns of each dice roll if you mouse over the value. This is only shown to the GM, so that you can make any adjustments before telling the players their fate. This makes life easy for the GM, whilst not surrendering any of the control.
Quickstart video for GMs who have never used maptool before.
Rite Publishing Presents in association with Jonathan Roberts' Fantastic Maps
The Breaking of Forstor Nagar City of Grinding Ice
A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game compatible patronage project for use with the free virtual table top Maptool.
Project Lead and Cartography: Jonathan Roberts (Halls of the Mountain King, Adventures in the Hyborian Age) Designer: Ben McFarland (ENnie award winning designer, Tales of Zobeck) Editor: Mark Moreland (Pathfinder Wiki) Token Artist: James Hazelett (Devin Knight's Gaming Tokens) Interior Artist: Tyler Bartley
Savage battlecries and screams of pain echo through the streets and off the raw sheer walls that make up the carved stronghold of Forstor Nagar. The cannibalistic troops of The Hungering Legion have breached the gates, and the defenders have been routed.
Trapped in the heart of Forstor Nagar, the ambassador from Ithulandis, the City of Adventure, must be rescued. But the redoubt is cut from the living ice of the Forstorheim glacier, and enemies rip the very life from the inhabitants. Only scant hours remain before the alleys are slick with a crimson slush. Welcome to the Breaking of Forstor Nagar!
Adventurers must cross the invaders’ lines to infiltrate the fortress, locate the diplomatic compound and escape with the ambassador before filed teeth sink into thier flesh and the fate of the city is sealed forever. Beautifully rendered, full-color cartography brings Forstor Nagar to life, giving you a frozen city of glassy ice bridges, chilling meltwater canals, and fog shrouded secret tunnels—but only as the party explores them, maintaining a “fog of war” and interactive components like opening doors and chests. Detailed evocative tokens with suggested placement ensure that players easily imagine the forces hunting them throughout their mission.
Designed to function as both a traditional adventure (ca. 15,000 words – roughly 32 pages) and with the free Maptool virtual tabletop, DMs will be able to track initiative and hit points while accessing macros that allow for attacks and damage to be auto-calculated. Game control stays where it should, with the players! All this is combined with detailed locale descriptions and complemented with links to the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Standard Resource Document (SRD). Patron input will help define aspects of the setting and establish the intended level of difficulty.