The Earl Caldeth leaves his secure fortress and travels across the kingdom with his cavalcade of 60 retainers. Why, and why now?
This module provides the campaign "The Earl's Progress", a campaign for the HârnWorld fantasy setting. However, this campaign could be located in any fantasy setting or location with some adaptations.
This is one of several "Location Modules" for the Hârn fantasy setting. For other modules, see Hârn Modules.
Although designed for use with the HârnMaster system, this module is mostly system-agnostic, with the exception of Actors. Detailed descriptions of the actors has been provided in journal entries to facilitate conversion to other game systems.
The Wyvern Stirs...
Sir Declaen Caldeth, 19th Earl of Vemion, prefers his remote fiefdom and the security of Minarsas Castle to the politics and intrigue of the Royal Court of Kaldor. He rarely stirs from his lair, and then only for the briefest of periods. Thus, his subjects were shocked when he announced his intention to make a great tour of the realm. He will visit his liegeman, the Baron of Kolorn and his Constables at Zoben and Baseta, attend the Royal Chelebin Tournament of Chivalry at Olokand Castle and stop at the capital city of Tashal en route.
All of Vemionshire is abuzz with the news. The Earl will host a tournament in Minarsas. The winners will join his retinue and represent the shire at the Olokand tourney. Every knight and yeoman is vying for a spot in this once-in-a-lifetime tour of the kingdom and with it, the promise of the personal favor of one of the most powerful magnates in Kaldor. Are you worthy of being a member of The Earl’s Progress?
This module is made possible by the hard work of HârnWorld fans, and is provided at no cost. This work is an adaptation of the adventure The Earl's Progress available at the HârnWorld fan site Lythia.com.
Writer: Kerry Mould
Illustrations: Richard Luschek
Adapted to Foundry VTT: Tom Rodriguez
This module is "Fanon", a derivative work of copyrighted material by Columbia Games Inc. and N. Robin Crossby.