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Rethel Abbey: OPD 2019

Just finished putting the final touches on my One Page Dungeon Contest entry for this year. This one draws in the players to dig through the gossip and daily lives of a small village in order to suss out their secrets. Taking refuge from a flood that destroyed their old homes, they have moved in to a mostly abandoned abbey nearby. The priest, his assistant, and the townsfolk all liked the arrangement so they’ve moved in permanently. The higher-ups in the church aren’t a fan of their property being appropriated so they’ve dispatched an annoying inquisitor to pressure them to rebuild their old town. However, that inquisitor is always hunting for witches using his family’s fortunes and has a fairly broad definition of witchery…

Download a copy here.

If it helps in running the game, I also have the lovely watercolor and drawing of the abbey done by my wife, Sarah, that you may want to print off for your players as a game prop.

Here is the map of the abbey without the hints and here is the image file of the abbey with the hints. Feel free to print them off to help players track their movement throughout the space.

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