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By Rich Redman, co-author of the d20 Modern Roleplaying Game and the 3.5 Dungeon Master's Guide.
Cartography by Christopher West, regular contributor to Dungeon and Dragon magazines.
Interrior and cover art by Clarence Harrison.

Behind high walls and guard posts, a converted sanatorium houses a secret research facility delving into "alternate technologies." Behind a respectable facade, agents of an ancient secret society work to decipher ancient texts they barely understand, hoping to glean a few arcane secrets from their vast collection of mystic tomes. A few nights ago, researchers with more ambition than skill tried summoning something from another reality. They got more than they bargained for....

Come for the Reaping is a challenging d20 System adventure of modern horror set in the Urban Arcana campaign setting, designed for four 1st-level heroes by d20 Modern Roleplaying Game designer Rich Redman. Heroes must infiltrate the mansion, overcome a small army of undead, rescue any survivors, and defeat a fiend before the facility's secret masters decide to "Sanitize" the mansion. It's going to take brawn and brains for the heroes to survive in this zombie horror movie come to terrible, shambling life!

Come for the Reaping is complete with:

  • zombie stat blocks
  • a brand new fiend for modern d20 System campaigns
  • a new incantation
  • Initiative Cards
  • six pre-generated characters
  • maps of the converted mansion by Christopher West
  • tactical hints for GMs to give players who are new to modern role-playing games
  • suggestions for follow-up adventures.

Come for the Reaping is a 31-page PDF for players and GMs, plus the included front cover page. For more information, please visit The Game Mechanics website. There, you can also find Customizing the Reaping, a free publication that provides setting options for a modern campaign, from alternatives for Urban Arcana to several optional settings.

About the Author: Rich Redman is a former Wizards of the Coast RPG R&D staff member whose credits include the design of products such as the d20 Modern Roleplaying Game, Defenders of the Faith, Deities & Demigods, Monster Manual II, Savage Species, and the Dark*Matter Arms & Equipment Guide. He is also the author of Staves of Ascandance (also available for download on RPGNow.com) and Martial Arts Mayhem, a free modern d20 System martial arts supplement.

Requires the use of the d20 ModernTM Roleplaying Game and Urban Arcana campaign setting, published by Wizards of the Coast, Inc.


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April 30th, 2011
When I first started this campaign, my original promise was to deliver a game filled with zombies. It took nearly 40 sessions to finally deliver on that promise. I combined this scenario with Delta Green: Countdown's Dead Letter. My primary issue with [...]
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February 10th, 2007
A decent adventure, and one to satisfy the Resident Evil fans among your players. Settings and NPCs are given very detailed descriptions (even down to the nature of the fatal injuries suffered by the zombies), and the maps by Christopher West are smashin [...]
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August 20th, 2005
5 out of 5 people bought it and loved it. I suppose that makes me an oddball and a curmudgeon, then. It's atmospheric, and for what it is it's well written and varied, but the scenario is crashingly obvious and the creatures don't offer much that's genuin [...]
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March 18th, 2005
this module was SO fun to run. I am very glad that I purchased it. Make sure and check out the author's web site for a great variation on the zombie rules. QUALITY: Excellent VALUE: Very Satisfied [...]
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January 31st, 2005
This is a great adventure. It's pure fun running through the building and dealing with the problems at hand. The adventure pretty tough so 1st level characters need to find a clever tactic to make it. The environment and the opponents are very detailed [...]
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