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A Hunt, a Feast, and an Undying Evil
The adventurers have journeyed uncounted miles to the vast plains of the Sunlands. A merchant in a faraway city told them that a great treasure rests in an ancient, cursed ruin called Juakufa. Where can the ruin be found? What is the nature of the supposed curse? What dangers lurk along the way? What are the Hyena Giants? And what were the mysterious Not Heres? The adventurers may learn all that from the people who abandoned Juakufa long ago.
But first, they must survive being guests of the Sun Queens.
Written by Shane Ivey and illustrated by Kurt Komoda, The Song of the Sun Queens is a 2nd-level adventure for the Fifth Edition of the world’s most popular fantasy role-playing game.
The Song of the Sun Queens can be played in any fantasy world you choose. It also fits well in the Broken Empire, a world of ancient mysteries, perils, power, and corruption featured in the Swords & Sorceries adventure line by Arc Dream Publishing.
The PDF download for The Song of the Sun Queens includes five pregenerated characters, ready to play, and a blank Swords & Sorceries character sheet and a blank Swords & Sorceries spells sheet. You can also download those characters and sheets at www.swordsandsorceries.com.