Talons of Night
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|TSR Product Code||9214|
|Rules required||D&D Master Set|
|Character levels||20 - 25|
|M1, M2, M3, M4, M5|
Talons of Night is an Egyptian-themed adventure module for the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, set in that game's Mystara campaign setting. TSR, Inc. published the module in 1987 for the D&D Master Set rules. It is part of the "M" series of modules. The module was designed by Paul Jaquays. Its cover art is by Daniel Horne. Its interior art is by Paul Jacquays, and cartography by Dennis Kauth and Steve Sullivan.
Talons of Night can be played as a sequel to Vengeance of Alphaks. While in search of the Periapt of Pax, the player characters encounter a ghost ship, spatial spiders, and the sinister people of Thothia.
Peace negotiations between Thyatis and Alphatia are about to start, and the King of Norwold asks the player characters to get information about a previous agreement at the library of Edairo on the Isle of Dawn. At the library, the party receives clues and then travels to an ancient temple where there are puzzles to solve. From there, they seek the lair of the Night Spider and an ancient artifact. When the party returns to Helskir for the summit, they are framed for the kidnapping of the Emperor and Empress. The party must travel through the Outer Planes to the Sphere of Entropy and Entropy to rescue the royals and avert a world war.
Table of contents
|Chapter 1: The Quest for Peace||3|
|Chapter 2: Against Aran||20|
|Chapter 3: Journey into Night||35|
|Epilogue: The Helskir Summit||41|
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