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Post Posted: Wed Feb 01, 2006 11:26 am 
 

http://www.judgesguild.com/downloads.html#peg

Each of the adventures from the Pegasus magazines is now in PDF format and free on the Necromancer Games Website. They have also put all the Hanging out in the City State articles together.

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Post Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 1:48 am 
 

Got em all.  Totally worth my time!  Thanks.

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Post Posted: Wed Dec 06, 2006 12:27 am 
 

Nice, but I already have the original Pegasus Issues.  Besides, the installment from Pegasus #11 would probably need to be redone anyway as there is some errata in Pegasus #12 for the Hall of Velus portion.

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Post Posted: Wed Dec 06, 2006 1:13 am 
 

Perhaps posting that errata could be useful for those who don't have the magazines?



  


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Post Posted: Wed Dec 06, 2006 9:51 pm 
 

Basically they dropped the final room description for Hall of Velus which is the last section described in the CSIO installment.  It is as follows:

Corridor's End:        As the party passes the doorways to Rooms 9 and 11, the corridor becomes dark, as if a black fog has descended. The party must progress to within 20' of the north wall before they can distinguish a large, Humanoid figure seated in a chair facing the east wall. The occupant seems to be making a lot of regular arm motions, as if throwing something. Closer examination reveals that the chair is the carved Ivory ceremonial seat of Velus. The occupant is a large Humanoid of somewhat lumpish appearance. The creature has a very handsome face with darkly glowing yellow eyes atop a massively-muscled, seven-foot tall body covered with reddish skin flecked in black. His pate is bald with a pair of Ram-like horns appearing to be made of glittering red crystal upon his forehead. His left hand rests on a tall, ornately carved ivory staff, and, with his right arm, he is casually plucking Javelins from a tall wicker basket by the chair and tossing them at the corpses of a trio of Fighters now suspended upon the east wall and used as a dartboard. The wicker basket seems to never empy; there is always a full complement of Javelins in it, The Demon will turn with a cat-like, flu id grace to the party anc greet them in a deep, bass voice with the words, "How very nice to see you. I hope you enjoyed entertaining my pets. The last group was s0000 boring!!!" The Demon is not nearly as powerful as the impression he gives would imply. He is a relatively minor Demon which was bound by the Archmage Krasin to be subservient to the Crown of Velus. He cannot move more than 100 yards from the Crown of his own free will. The wearer of the Crown is immune to any of the Demon's powers, and the Demon must obey the commands of the wearer of the Crown. Although the wearer may banish the Demon to his own plane, this act breaks the spell of submission. The Demon has some minor Charm spells with which he forced some Ores and a few others to guard the Crown to prevent anyone from becoming his master. His major physical weapon is the Basket of Javelins, which will supply one Javelin per round indefinitely. The Demon's talons do B points of damage per hand each hit. Each of the horns on his head can throw a 10 point Firebolt once per hour. The Demon will be extremely arrogant and overbearing. Winning a physical combat with the party doesn't excite him very much unless they attack him. If any of the party is wearing the Crown, he will try to trick the wearer into sending him back to his own plane, thus freeing him from the domination of the Crown. The Staff in his hand belongs to Velus, but the Demon does not know how to use its powers. With it, one can create a pool of water 10' x 10' x 1' every hour. Placing the tip of the Staff in a body of water will cause a like amount to vanish every round.

Trevar the Demon: HD: 10, HTK 52, SPD: 30', SIZ: 7', A LN: CEX, ARM: 065, INT: 174, MRT: 075, SPA: Spells, WPN: Javelin, 2 Claws 8 points of damage each.

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