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FotWS B204 Theatre de la Mort by Brian Martin

An agent of the Fellowship has failed to report for a mission, and you are sent to Paris to check on their welfare. But who exactly is Remy Loisel? Ride the new metro line, visit quaint cafes, and take in one of Paris' oldest shows. (It is recommended that players who speak French and/or are planning to pursue the Psycho prestige class play this adventure.)

An adventure designed for mid level characters set in the Fellowship of the White Star setting of Earth, 5/17/1906.

Playtesters included: Pat Connolly, Paul dorothy, Bruce Finch, Joanne Fisher, Peter Parker, and GMs Victor Long and the author. 

This is one of (20) 1906 modules for the FWS campaign setting.

This adventure is part of Thenodrin Presents LLC's Fellowship of the White Star shared campaign (FWS), an investigative gothic horror campaign set in semi-historic Earth in the year 1906. The Game Master should be familiar with the Fellowship of the White Star: Legacy of the Rose book. This is available for purchase in hardcover or PDF format at  It is also available in PDF format right here on DriveThruRPG, add it to your order today!

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