The Land Beyond the Mountains
TFT Adventure Supplement
The Forest-Lords of Dihad
For the Fantasy Master
By Richard Meyer
Art by Vicki Wyman, Larry Shade, Wallace Miller
The great mutant bear of the eastern wastes roams the wilderness of
Dihad, on a reign of terror that will not end until some party of
intrepid adventurers the means to kill or control the beast. And Karoth
is far from the strangest thing lurking in the rich forests and streams
of Dihad ...
Here, too, you'll meet Aril Malus, the self-styled Keeper of the
Forests and his sworn enemy Morkash the Desecrator; Emil Jaggoh, the
wily head of the Hadite government's secret espionage network, the Ebony
Band; rugged loggers and woodmen of all stripes; and scores of other
residents and transients through the Land. Players can visit Kindler's
Glade, the wildest frontier town this side of the Old West, dare the
swift currents of the Thunder River, or try their own hand at hunting
the great beasts of the wilderness - all against a backdrop of political
intrigue and high magic.
Forest Lords of Dihad is part of The Land Beyond the
Mountains, a complete campaign universe for use with The Fantasy
Trip being jointly developed and published by Metagaming Concepts
Inc. and Gamelords Ltd. Each campaign pack in the series is designed to
stand alone as an independent set of encounters and scenarios to test
the mettle of any experienced TFT adventurer. Combined with the
other releases in the series, these adventure supplements will form a
vast and changing mosaic of a world in the midst of a chaotic struggle
for survival, where riches ad power await the adventurer who is both
wise and brave.
Playablity: For 2-8 intermediate or advanced level players and
a moderately experience Fantasy Master.
Components: 32 page rules booklet with 17"x11" full color map.
Requires: In addition to this book you must have The
Fantasy Trip booklets In The Labyrinth, plus either the Advanced
Melee and Advanced Wizard booklets or the Microgames Melee
and Wizard to play this adventure.
Published by Metagaming/Gamelords Ltd.
1st printing June 1982.