BoL Adventure: The Unholy Greyl

Hey folks! Check this out! Regular Strange Stones reader & commenter G-Man has put together a great little Lovecraftian/Dark Fantasy adventure for Barbarians of Lemuria and honored me with the opportunity to host the PDF for your enjoyment. So, what are you waiting for?

Download The Unholy Greyl (19334 downloads )

What? You need more encouragement? It’s a free adventure featuring terrible degenerate humans who worship foul things in the dark woods. This is the very stuff Lovecraftian Fantasy is made of, kids! So download it already!

Oh, and it should be a snap to use it with a system other than BoL if you so choose, since converting BoL to other systems is a matter of just a little bit of thought. Take, for example, my own BoL-to-BRP conversion guidelines. If I can some up with something that works reasonably well, I’m certain you can.

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0 thoughts on “BoL Adventure: The Unholy Greyl

    1. the venomous pao Post author

      Do let us know what you think when you get a chance to read it, Narmer. I personally think G-Man did some very nice and evocative things with this, but your opinion is definitely one we’ll both want to hear!

    1. the venomous pao Post author

      Can’t wait to hear what you think, amigo! I think you’ll dig what G-Man put together.

  1. Goblinkin

    Wow! love it G-Man – great storyline with a suitable dark and spooky setting.

    I can just imagine the battered and bloody PCs deciding to foolhardily go and try and find the tribe’s hidden gold. That can only end well…

    1. G-Man

      Thanks for checking it out, G.K.

      I was picturing word getting back to civilization about the gold, and then more boats setting out to the Greyl forest. But yeah, I’ve played with some groups greedy enough to make a second go for big treasure!

  2. Goblinkin

    Anyone remember the Games Workshop skirmish game, Mordhiem? Rather along the same lines.
    Iota setting was a ruined city filled with treasure and precious “wyrdstone”- bits of the comet that wiped out the city.
    Players were warbands competing for fame and fortune by looting the place

    1. the venomous pao Post author

      I must admit that I do not recall this game, Gobbo. But it sounds rather interesting. I’ll have to look it up!