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Saturday, January 17, 2015

New adventure: Need of the Many

It is with great pride and joy that First Ones Entertainment announces the release of 94-LC-03 Need of the Many, the first Legacies adventure by James McTeague. James is best known as one of Pathfinder Society's Venture Lieutenant for the Philadelphia area and one of the online community leaders.

This adventure is a marked departure from our traditional adventure style, in that it is a location-based adventure. But not quite a dungeoncrawl!

This adventure is the largest one every written for Legacies so far! With a final page count of 45! Yes! This includes a full details on Castle Midsanborg and its inhabitants.

The Classes of NeoExodus: Machinesmith book by LPJ Design can greatly enhance your experience but is not necessary.

The Sanguine Covenant seeks a minor artifact to protect towns from massive attacks. However, not all is as it seems at Midsanborg Castle, and choices will have to be made. Does the need of the many...?
An adventure written for APLs 3, 5 and 7 (character levels 3-8).

As a personal investment into this one, I got to playtest it! Use one of our iconics, I was the lovely Zara, party healer.

It was the adventure that prompted my November post "When Playtest Go Wrong". Because it did! However failure was good thing. Why? Because we went back to our drawing board and had to work at it, the final product became... BETTER. I mean a lot! A second playtest confirmed it. Enhancement included re-doing two full encounters to make their set up easier and have a better flow. Such things are why I really appreciate and value playtests. James and I thought things would go one way, but the flow did not. Our playtest team provided great feedback.

Maybe it's just my software engineer self saying but I'd rather find all these issue BEFORE releasing the product. Not maybe, it IS the software nerd in me...

I am very excited to finally release this one.

A big thanks and shout-out to James for this awesome adventure! Find it on


1 comment:

  1. Play tested it, loved it. Had good flavor and some very interesting twists and turns!