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Everything that can go wrong is going wrong in Bellfield Landings.
Something keeps digging up the graveyard and chewing on the bodies – except for the bodies that get upset about that kind of thing and start fighting back and then wandering into town wondering why they were buried in the first place.
The priest was sacrificed on his own altar last night, his blood used in some horrific demon summoning ritual that has even darker forces slipping into town through the corrupted fane of the temple.
Tritons have ended the local fishing trade “with extreme prejudice” claiming that one of the local fisherfolk netted their princess and proceeded to chop her up and mix her in with their other product.
The local druid is sending out messenger creatures every day trying to get reinforcements because something foul is stalking the grove and the trees are dying, including the tree of her partner, the local dryad.
The “Little Tawny River” on the west side of town has changed colour to a strange milky blue-white. Cattle won’t drink from it, and the flour from the mill along the river has a strange flavour to it.
And crazy old coot Ernest keeps claiming that the mayor has been replaced by a doppelganger.
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Dude, that’s a beautiful settlement for a simple LotFP sandbox. So much awesomeness everywhere!
Any one of those would be a fun hook. Bringing them all together without ‘a wizard did it’ would be genius!
I came for the maps, but I keep coming back for the stories. This is a great one.
I just ran “Control” for the group for the last two sessions, and we had a blast playing it. Bellfield Landings just seems to follow up the craziness that’s been afflicting my campaign setting since the attack of the “Ice Witch” several sessions back, and not to mention that I kicked off the campaign with your “Lair of the Frogs” dungeon!
Its like you’re tapped into my design journal (not on any public forum) AND a fly on the wall of our Wednesday night sessions! You keep writin’ and drawin’ ’em, I’ll keep usin’ ’em!
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