Lone Wanderer Entertainment announces the launch of the Kickstarter for the book, The Ferryport Adventures.
Written by Michael Bielaczyc and Dane Clark Collins, the Ferryport Adventures is one part adventure, one part city guide.
Artists in the book include: Lindsay Archer, AL Ashbaugh, Michael Bielaczyc, Paul Bielaczyc, Sam Flegal, and Melissa Gay.
The Ferryport Adventures will include two different books under one cover:
The first is the Guide the Ferryport.
The city of Ferryport, a crossroads city, is a great base for adventures in Uteria. It was not as ravaged by the Great War or plagues as many places. It is a central trade hub for the Endamas region, so many people and cultures are present within its walls.
The Guide to Ferryport will be a journey through the streets of Ferryport, as seen through the eyes of Toryn, a traveling bard who has returned to his hometown to report on its places and people. It will cover the interesting personalities of Ferryport, as well as its most well-known locales. Maps will be included for many locations.
The Goblins of Kaelnor Forest – Adventure
This first level adventure will take the adventurers into the Kaelnor Forest. While the eastern side of the forest has long been the home of the forest elves, the western side is infested with goblins, boggarts, spiders, and more.
The adventure will take players through the forest investigating a rumor of raiding creatures. They will begin in South Hollow, a farming community south of Ferryport proper, and will travel deep within the dark, enchanted woods.
Are there supernatural creatures in the woods taking the farmers’ stores? Will they survive the strange fey forest?
The adventure will come with 5 premade Uteria player characters, so you can jump right into the story.
You can help fund the kickstarter today, please visit: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/michaelbielaczyc/the-ferryport-adventures-a-pathfinder-rpg-adventur
About the World of Uteria
The world of Uteria has lived in darkness for years beyond count. It has been ravaged by plagues for hundreds of years. An ancient war ravaged the land with dark magics.For a long time, the humans have trudged along, afraid of the myths and legends left over from the past.
The old kingdoms have crumbled, leaving behind city states and large tracks of unclaimed lands. In the East the land is harsh and twisted, the remnants of the dark sorcery that had been used in the Aradan War have left the lands almost uninhabitable, save for small pockets of civilization. In the west, in the wake of the plagues, people had become isolated and exclusive. Fear has driven people to be wary of anyone or anything new. Their superstitions have lead to witch hunts and lynching of those believed to use magic. People have become so downtrodden that even their belief in higher powers has fallen to little more than lip service.
But all of that has begun to change in the last 20 years. Children are showing the ability to use magic. Real magic. The elves have started to come out of their forests and having limited interactions with others. The dwarves have begun to trade again, traveling the roads plying their mechanical and trade works. And whispers of dark powers, heroes, and a new dawn have begun to creep into this rain soaked and gray world.