New DragonQuest Adventures

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There is big news at long last from Antherwyck House Games. We have not one, but two adventures for DragonQuest that are going to be available from DriveThruRPG later this week.

It’s been more than two years since “The Wilderness of Ordurak” adventure was completed and delivered to the crowdfunding backers who supported that adventure.  And, in keeping with the terms of that project, they’ve had exclusive access to it since then.  But now, we’re opening it up and making it available to everyone.

Along with that, we also have a smaller capsule adventure we are also releasing called “The Sentinel Chapel.”

Both “The Wilderness of Ordurak” and “The Sentinel Chapel” will be immediately available as PDFs. “Wilderness” will also be available in print form, along with a mini poster version of the regional map, and “Sentinel” is in the proofing process and should be available in print form in a week or two, depending on OBS turnaround time.

“The Wilderness of Ordurak” features illustrations by Nate Marcel, The adventure also has a map by Stephen Peto that is an extremely faithful match of the house style of SPI’s maps, and particularly, the “Frontiers of Alusia” map.  “The Sentinel Chapel” includes a map by Eneko Menica which was the inspiration for the adventure.  Both adventures were written and produced by Rodger Thorm.

cut Wilderness pieceThe next thing to come along (hopefully by the end of the year) will be a Gazetteer for the Wilderness of Ordurak map that provides more background on the region in a similar fashion to the “Frontiers of Alusia.”  The print version of the “Wilderness” map is a 12″ x 18″ mini poster.  Those who like the setting presented in the “Wilderness” adventure will have more information for further adventures set in this region.  And, as was the case with the original “Frontiers,” this will be usable with any game system fairly readily.

Anyone who buys a copy of “The Wilderness of Ordurak” during this launch will also get a free copy of the Gazetteer PDF once it is completed and available.  (Buyers of the print version will be able to get a discount on the print version of the Gazetteer, as well.)

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