FANDOM


Swords of the Daimyo is an adventure for AD&D 1st edition ruleset. It is part of the Oriental Adventures campaign setting and is set in Kozakura in Kara-Tur.

From the log of the Leaping Dolphin:

"110th Day: The gale nae stops for twa days. My ship is driven before it and the magus is as helpless as a wee babe. Akito names the winds tai-fun in his heathen tongue..."

Drawn by the lure of adventure and riches, a crew of seamen sails valiantly into uncharted seas. In the squalid dens of the port districts, tales hint at a land of untold riches across the waves. But getting there is only the beginning.

Across the waters lies Kozakura, a land of mystery and danger. There you will discover new cultures, strange values, secret powers, and fabulous terrors. For Kozakura is a land of Oriental Adventures.

Swords of the Daimyo is the first module designed for use with the AD&D Oriental Adventures rule book. Swords of the Daimyo includes descriptions and maps of the island of Kozakura, detailed information and maps of Miyama Province of Kozakura, and a series of adventures to introduce old and new player characters to the intrigues of the Orient.

ContentsEdit

  • Adventure 1: Over the Waves We Will Go
  • Adventure 2: Riders of the Black Temple
  • Adventure 3: Lord of the Black Temple
  • Timeline of Kozakura
  • New Creatures
  • Player Characters
  • Maps

IndexEdit

Characters
Fukada ShiroGobo the HermitGoryuHiro IeyukiHiro KojiHiro MasaruHori ChominHosekiKaniKyo EnokiMatsue FusuMiki-sanMyudo IchiroNado ToriNaoki KatasubePenriToragawaYonin
Creatures
GhoulGiant octopusHai nuHengeyokaiHumanIxitxachitlKorobokuruNingyoPteranodonRokuro-kubiSahuaginSpecterSkeletonSpirit folkUtoyasukataWakoYuki-on-na
Locations
Realms
Kozakura
Magic
Spells
AccuracyAidApparitionBlessCastigateCure light woundsDeflectionDream visionElemental burstEnchanted bladeHail of stoneHold personKnow historyRope trickWithdraw

AppendixEdit

CreditsEdit

  • Design: Zeb Cook, Kelley Foote
  • Editing: Mike Breault, Anne Gray McCready, Karen Martin
  • Cartography: David C. Sutherland III, Dennis Kauth, Marsha Kauth
  • Cover Art: Jeff Easley
  • Interior Art: Jeff Easley
  • Typography: Linda Bakk
  • Keylining: Colleen O’Malley

External linksEdit

Disclaimer: The views expressed in the following links do not necessarily represent the views of the editors of this wiki, nor does any lore presented necessarily adhere to established canon.

ReferencesEdit

  1. David "Zeb" Cook (1986). Swords of the Daimyo. (TSR, Inc), p. 16. ISBN 0-88038-273-2.
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.