You can help by adding to it. March The player characters explore a stepped pyramid deep in the heart of a tropical jungle—the Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan. It also includes an illustrated booklet with fifteen pictures depicting various parts of the shrine to be shown to the players at the appropriate time. Also included are three pre-made characters for use if the scoring system is used. Surviving examples of this version are quite rare and are highly prized by collectors.
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If you run one session during the month of August as a Dungeon Master, you might get your hands on the special bonus adventure: The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan, updated for 4th Edition. The special bonus adventure will arrive weeks later, and because we have limited supplies, this offer is only while supplies last. It does still show that Greyhawk is being developed for 4e in stealthy bits.
Leason, Hidden Shrine was staged as part of an ancient ruined city, and it was "…once the northeastern capitol of the Olman empire, which covered much of the southern continent centuries before current history began. I tip my cap to Wizards for going to an author with Greyhawk community cred.
They built city-states that banded together as empires and waged mighty wars against enemies both internal and external. These people were the Olman. All feature deadly traps and creatures still bound to the dead empire. The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan is one such temple.
Dedicated to Zotzilaha, vampire god of the underworld, and built to imprison a powerful Far Realm entity, it is filled with lost secrets and merciless traps. Until next time! Posted by.
The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan