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This article is about the adventure module. For the region, see Bloodstone Pass.

Bloodstone Pass is a 1st-edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons adventure that was later retconned into the Forgotten Realms. It was the first module to feature the Battlesystem tabletop rules.

The storyline of Bloodstone Pass introduced the character of Gareth Dragonsbane and the Order of the Golden Cup, and was later expanded on in the H series of adventure modules.

The first BATTLESYSTEM Supermodule from TSR, Inc!

The tiny village of Bloodstone Pass is menaced by an army of thousands of brigands—orcs, goblins, giants, and human renegades led by a powerful assassin. Outnumbered and helpless, the villagers must pay tribute in gold, food… slaves.

Two villagers have traveled far to find aid for their people. They have turned to you, brave and powerful adventurers, as their only hope. They cannot afford to pay more than a few silver pieces a day, but their need is great.

You are invited to save the people of Bloodstone Pass. Can you organize a defense, train and equip the peasants, recruit allies, gather intelligence... and win the war?

BLOODSTONE PASS is an exciting good-aligned, high-level (15+) adventure that combines roleplaying with the thrill of mass combat. A complete 3-D ADVENTURE FOLD-UP village makes the battle come alive!

ContentsEdit

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: The Circus of Doctor Trundles
  • Chapter 2: The Road to Bloodstone
  • Chapter 3: The Village of Bloodstone
  • Chapter 4: Preparations for War
  • Chapter 5: The Bloodstone War
  • Chapter 6: The War Ends
  • Maps

IndexEdit

CharactersEdit

Gareth DragonsbaneHaldanTanaroo QuinsonTrundles
Referenced only
Virdin

CreaturesEdit

blue dragonbulettechimerafoxwomangibbering mouthergnomehumanlamiatigerwolfworgxorn

EventsEdit

Referenced only
Battle of Goliad

LocationsEdit

Settlements
Bloodstone VillageValls
Realms
ArcataDamaraVaasa

OrganizationsEdit

Circus of Doctor Trundles

AppendixEdit

CreditsEdit

  • Design & Editing: Michael Dobson, Douglas Niles
  • Graphic Design: John C. Meyers
  • Cover Art: Jeff Easley
  • 3-D Adventure Fold-Up Figures: Dennis and Marsha Kauth
  • Counter Art: Dave Sutherland
  • Cartography: Dave LaForce
  • Typography: Betty Elmore

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