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MonkeyGod Presents: The Treasures of Elbard

MonkeyGod Presents: The Treasures of Elbard

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Highmoon Media Productions and MonkeyGod Enterprises presents The Treasures of Elbard.

Two hundred and fifty years ago, the County of Elbard was a prosperous border realm with a bright future. A decade later it all ended in a tide of blood and fire, stormed by a goblin uprising. But when the smoke had cleared, the three Treasures of Elbard, the symbols of the realm, had vanished, spirited away by a powerful druid, his ranger ally, and the halflings they had come to trust. They hoped to return them to the King.

Instead, they vanished into history

In the intervening years, many adventurers risked, and sometimes lost, their lives seeking the three legendary Treasures. None have succeeded. Will you be the first to recover. . .The Treasures of Elbard?

The Treasures of Elbard is a d20 fantasy adventure for 8th- or 9th-level characters.

Written by: C.A. Johnson
Cover by: Allan Pollack
Artwork by: Sean Dureden, Samir Wallace
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Peter I. [Featured Reviewer]
August 21st, 2006
The Treasures of Elbard is a 40 page d20 pdf adventure. This adventure was originally released by MonkeyGod Enterprises but has been re-released in unaltered form by Highmoon Media Productions. The adventure is suitable for characters of 8th or 9th lev [...]
Nathan C. [Featured Reviewer]
July 18th, 2006
Treasures of Elbard is a very typical find the treasure adventure for 8th and 9th level characters that has the feeling of the same ole Tuesday night meatloaf. There is nothing innovative about it and the new sauce tastes like rubber tire tread. [...]
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June 21, 2006
This title was added to our catalog on June 21, 2006.