This solitaire adventure for deluxe Tunnels & Trolls is our biggest solo yet ar 350 paragraphs. (Yes, larger than City of Terrors.) Here’s a description of what its about…
Something is stealing the magic of Trollworld, and Lerotra’hh, Empress of Khazan has chosen you to track down the cause and save the realms. But are you up to the challenge?
Agent of Death can be played as one long 64 page novel-length adventure, or it can be played as four separate short-story adventures. And for the first time, one segment of this solo has been specifically designed and written for mega-characters. If you think you have a mega-character test them out. If you do not have a mega-character, fret not, for you will after you negotiate the dangers that only Ken St. Andre, master solo writer, can create. This solo adventure is open to any type of character, but is best suited for Rogues and higher level Wizards.
This solo was originally written by Ken back in 1982 and was illustrated by artist Chris Carlson, who went on to do comics for Marvel. It was published by a different company on newsprint and folded like a newspaper. Very few people ever got to see this solo, which Ken St Andre has now updated for dT&T and added additional adventures in Khazan that allow players to build their characters up quickly (If they play their cards right).
Above is a comparison between what the original cover looked like and how it was enhanced with some serious digital remastering and painting by Fellowship artist Steve Crompton. He scanned in all the original art, created some new illustrations for Agent of Death, along with re-laying out the entire book out in the standard 8.5 x 11 format of all the other Flying Buffalo solos. Agent of Death is now the 27th solo in the series.
HOW TO GET YOUR COPY:
There are several options to get your copy either as a printed book or as a downloadable linked PDF. However you get it, we hope you’ll give this novel-length solo a test run!
Printed copy at Amazon
AND COMING SOON: A MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT ON THE NEXT STAGE IN T&T ADVENTURING…