A Distant Echo, A d20 System Adventure Module for Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition (3e) by Viking Games, Vintage RPG Goodness!
This 32-page perfect-bound adventure was released by Viking Games for Dungeons and Dragons 3rd Edition. It was authored by Richard de Morris and is set in the world of Axandar but is fully usable in any d20 or 3.5 D&D campaign.
I have not played or run the adventure (yet!) but I have stolen some of the maps and NPCs for other things. It's great having an extensive RPG library. You can always reuse bits and pieces of adventures or even 'Re-skin' some of the villains for future use!
From the back of the adventure.
One Sword, One Word, One Way Twin cities, two nations, vying for regional power have encountered a rise of goblin tribes and raids to their national coffers. After a brutal encounter, player characters are drawn into national intrigue, which must be handled quickly or else the region will fall to the hands of the goblins. The first question that needs answering is: who is supplying the enemy with its quality weaponry?
On the Wrong Side of Loyalty
Designed as the first in a series of adventures detailing the Axandar world at the brink of chaos and war, this d20 system adventure is for characters of beginning levels. Referees will be able to start new campaigns or add exciting new dimensions to their current campaigns.
This adventure is in great condition showing only the lightest of wear. It has never been used.
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- Item Info/Title: A Distant Echo
- Publisher/Manufacturer: Viking Games
- Mfg. Code: VGC1101
- Mfg. Number: VGC1101
- Game System: Dungeons and Dragons (Third Edition; d20 System)
- Author: Richard De Morris
- No. of Pages: 32
- Format: Module
- Year Published: 2001
- Series: Axander
- Dimensions: 11"x8.5"x.13"
- Weight: 5 oz