By Ru Emerson
Vengeance may be served
A village burns whereas its attackers flee into the evening. Enraged, the King of Keoland orders an getting older warrior to steer a band of adventurers on a retaliatory strike. As they arrange to go into the guts of the monsters' lair, every one is familiar with basically the bravest will live on. opposed to the chances. opposed to the giants.
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It appears as an opalescent large gem, 5 inches in diameter. This gem is one of a set of three that have a foretold destiny in the desert. That story is told in “Oasis of the White Palm” and “Lost Tomb of Martek,” the other two modules in the Desert of Desolation Series. optional enbinc; At the end of the module’s play, the DM may want to provide a story/ending for the players to wrap things up. The following scenario is provided as an optional ending to the module. SCENARIO: To be used if the party has succeeded in leaving the tomb with both the ruling staff and the Star Gem of Mo-pelar: Stretching under the sun to the sharp and distant horizon, a silence hangs heavy in the still dry air.
The tightening whirlwind rises t o a jarring crescendo as the sand and wind crash in upon the temple and tomb. Whirling winds and sand sing past you, a chorus of a thousand voices: the hopes and cries of a land long dead, and the name of a hapless pharaoh-Amun-re. Only the awesome pyramid itself can be seen. Its forbidding form stands in dark majesty through the winds. The sandstorm turns to a spiral above the tomb, rising in its rage to glorious heights, bends westward-and takes flight. And all is still once more.
The following scenario is provided as an optional ending to the module. SCENARIO: To be used if the party has succeeded in leaving the tomb with both the ruling staff and the Star Gem of Mo-pelar: Stretching under the sun to the sharp and distant horizon, a silence hangs heavy in the still dry air. Time itself seems to be stopped in its flight, holding all the world in the balance. You see a lone figure, unmoving in the distance. As you ponder those pitiful robes, a change begins to take place.