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|Event signups will close on Saturday, March 24, at 11:59 PM|
|Start Time:||Friday 7:00 PM|
|Game Master(s):||Chris Truebe|
|Game System:||Tiny D6|
|Track(s):||Role Playing (RPG)|
|Age group:||Over 12|
Your party has been traveling together for some time and decided to stop in at the town of Lakeshire. You've heard of the stories surrounding the abandoned Infinity Spire and wanted to take a look at it. Although it’s been hundreds of years since the Adventurers Guild has sent anyone to the tower, something about the idea of exploring an abandoned place has drawn your interest.
There hasn’t been any outward sign, at least at Lakeshire, that anything has been causing issues at the spire itself. In fact, most people whom you’ve talked with on your journey to Lakeshire have reported it as a defunct relic of the empire that has long since passed. There has been no news from the spire.
Which made it all more interesting when, while in the local tavern of Lakeshire enjoying drinks, you and your party were approached by a strange older gentleman. He said his name was Morden Skinner and he was a collector of rare relics. He had heard that you had been enquiring about the spire and had a business proposition for you and your group if you were heading that way.
Morden tells of an old book, a tome, that rests at the top of the Infinity Spire. The tome once was owned by wizard who claimed to have spoken to the gods. In it the wizard had written down everything that he’d heard, all his conversations, and any magics they had been willing to teach him. Everyone who’d heard of this had been curious at first, but then realized that the wizard was just plain nuts.
Morden asks that if you happen to come across the tome, in your travels through the spire, he’d be willing to make it worth your while.
Players can bring their own 3d6, pencils, and character sheets if they choose. I can provide 3d6 per player, pencils, and character sheets if needed.
Character Sheets can be found here.