Quick Review: Subterranean Enclave: Deephearth
As a person who loved the old Decent into the Depths and Vault of the Drow, I found Raging Swan Press’s Subterranean Enclave: Deephearth to be a joy and a great look into an alien culture. The story hooks work and the subterranean fishing village was quite a delight. I cannot wait to spring this one on my players. The most notable aspects of the installment was the lore and rumors along with the NPC’s that flesh the place out quite nicely. A murder mystery or missing persons adventure is in the making and it will be up to your players to figure it all out. And best of all, they need to do everything in the dark unless of course they have the magic to light the place up. I can see many hours of terror coming from this quaint little town.
A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game GM’s Resource supplement by Brian Wiborg Monster
Where the waves of the Endless Sea lazily roll into a rocky inlet lies the small svirfneblin fishing village of Deephearth. Hidden in a seldom used tunnel network, the svirfneblins of Deephearth lead quiet lives unnoticed by the many lurking dangers of the Ebon Realm. Recently an earthquake blocked the mouth of the inlet where Deephearth is sitting, but the village itself escaped the event damaged. However, lately svirfneblins have gone missing. At first fishing boats disappeared without a trace, but now even villagers have disappeared from their own beds! The villagers look to their leaders for guidance, but the council is unable to act, as one of their own is among the missing.
Subterranean Enclaves are short, richly detailed supplements that each present a single subterranean settlement ready to insert into almost any home campaign. Perfect for use as a waystop on the road to adventure or as an adventure site themselves, Subterranean Enclaves present the details so the busy GM can focus on crafting exciting, compelling adventures.
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