The Throne of Bloodstone is the ultimate adventure in the Bloodstone Pass series and the highest level adventure in Dungeons & Dragons history. Designed for characters up to 100th(!) level, it pulls out all the stops, with battles against great wyrms and balor demons that are nothing more than lead-ins to the really powerful villains.

Like the previous titles in the Bloodstone Pass series, The Bloodstone Wars features the Battlesystem tabletop rules.

The battle between the mighty undead army of the Witch-King of Vaasa and the forces of Bloodstone has come to a standstill. As long as the source of the Witch-King's power is at work, his evil forces will never be defeated!

As the rulers of Bloodstone Pass, it is up to you to find and destroy the source of Vaasa's power. All you have to do is journey to the Abyss, confront the mightiest demon of all, steal the Wand of Orcus, and take it to the Seven Heavens to be destroyed.

The Throne of Bloodstone is the fourth and final installment in a series of modules specially designed for high-level characters. While it is not necessary to have played any of the three previous modules, The Throne of Bloodstone is the climax of an epic struggle for a kingdom against the forces of darkest evil. Recommended for characters of levels 18-100, The Throne of Bloodstone is the highest-level adventure ever published by TSR!

Contents[edit | edit source]

  • Introduction
  • Running 100th-Level Characters
  • Prologue
  • Chapter 1: Citadel of the Witch-King
  • Chapter 2: Into the Abyss
  • Chapter 3: Realm of the Undead
  • Chapter 4: The Abyssian Fortress
  • Chapter 5: Into the Seven Heavens
  • Epilogue: Return to Bloodstone Pass
  • People of Bloodstone Pass
  • Pregenerated Player Characters
  • Pregenerated 100th-Level Characters
  • Mazes
  • Cover Maps for the Palace of Orcus
  • City Maze of Orcusgate
  • Battle Arena

Index[edit | edit source]


Appendix[edit | edit source]

Credits[edit | edit source]

  • Design: Douglas Niles, Michael Dobson
  • Editing: Mike Breault
  • Cover Art: Keith Parkinson
  • Interior Art: Graham Nolan
  • Cartography: David C. Sutherland III, Stephen Sullivan, Dennis Kauth
  • Typography: Betty Elmore
  • Keylining: Stephanie Tabat

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