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The Blight Pathologies: Fleshcoats for Everyone (5e)

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Beyond the Blight

The Blight Pathologies is a series of drop-in locations and adventures designed for use with The Blight campaign setting and adventures series that can easily be dropped into any Fifth Edition campaign to add a touch of truly twisted, tainted, and troubling horror to your game! 

Fleshcoats for Everyone

The Festival Fayre Funhouse, a new attraction, is quickly emerging as a favorite among visitors, receiving fanfare and accolades from customers of all ages. A twisting maze of narrow and dark tunnels under the black tent beckons to brave souls and the easily frightened. Grotesque statues and well-dressed actors spring from shadowy alcoves and darkened corners, scaring all but the toughest of customers. The hour-long walk through the funhouse is well worth the price of admission. But whispered rumors spread by Castorhage’s locals suggest that the new attraction has a darker side, an evil purpose beyond that of entertainment and fun.

Several visitors have entered yet failed to exit, leaving their waiting friends and loved-ones worried about their whereabouts. Festival constables have shrugged off the reports of the missing, suggesting that they must have exited elsewhere in the attraction, leaving their acquaintances behind as they sought out new pleasures on the island. After all, it’s just a funhouse, right?

Because of its unique design, Fleshcoats for Everyone is an adventure and location suitable for any level of character and is fully compatible with Fifth Edition.

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December 30, 2018
This title was added to our catalog on December 30, 2018.