On a cool evening in the town of Los Castores, a lawyer summons a small group of strangers into his office. Obediah Felkner, a prominent resident and claim owner of a nearby quicksilver mine, has recently passed away from a mysterious illness. Surprisingly, a group of complete strangers have been named as his beneficiaries. The claim to Felkner’s mine could become theirs.
However, Felkner’s last will contains a peculiar condition: in order to claim the deed to the mine, the party must collect a holy relic known as the Hand of San Roque and deliver it to Felkner’s grieving widow before dawn. The artifact is rumored to be hidden somewhere in the old Mission San Roque, abandoned by the Spanish almost 40 years ago.
And should they refuse? The lawyer points out they, too, have contracted the same disease that claimed the life of Mr. Felkner, and the retrieval of the relic is their only hope if they wish to survive the mysterious deadly affliction.
The Last Will and Testament of Obediah Felkner is a horror-themed western adventure designed for 4-to-6 1st-level characters. This product is compatible with the Dungeon Crawl Classics Role Playing Game. The adventure contains pre-generated western-themed DCC RPG characters, so no additional supplements are required. That said, it has been playtested with both David Baity’s upcoming Dark Trails RPG and Stormlord Publishing’s Black Powder, Black Magic DCC supplement with delightful results. There is an appendix “Running this adventure with Dark Trails” providing the judge ideas on how to fully leverage the Dark Trails ruleset with this adventure.
The adventure contains:
*A complete, standalone, Western-themed, horror adventure for DCC RPG
*5 B&W illustrated handouts
*12 pre-generated Western-themed 1st-level DCC character sheets
*4 new magic items
*“Running the Adventure with Dark Trails” summary
*A full deity write up, complete with clerical titles, lay on hands manifestation, disapproval table, and 3 new canticles
*A pile of glorious new art
*Rules: Dungeon Crawl Classics Role Playing Game
*Written By: Stephen Newton
*Front Cover Artwork: FRK Pyron
*Cartography: Stefan Poag
*Illustrations: FRK Pyron, Stefan Poag, Danny Prescott, Sonya Prince, and Aaron Robinson.