The Adventures of Frank Frazetta’s Death Dealer
A Level 7-9 Adventure
stalks the lands of Iparsia.
Mirahan, Destroyer of Worlds, is reborn, unleashing an army of undead
warriors. Citadels fall beneath the march of iron and entire kingdoms are
laid to waste. The hope for salvation rests on an unlikely band of heroes
discovering the ancient secret of the Druids:
The Death Dealer.
An epic adventure of dark fantasy, magic, and horror, Shadows of Mirahan
brings the savage world of Frank Frazetta’s Death Dealer to life with setting
details, rules variants like critical hit tables, and pre-generated characters.
When the armies of good have all fallen, and the last citadel burns in
the night, will your heroes have the courage to rise against the shadows
PDF Preview: Check out this 13-page
preview of the first encounter areas in Shadows of Mirahan!
Rules Set: 4E (GSL).
Games: "It is a very well written and executed adventure, with stunning
artwork, and a compelling storyline. The encounters and creatures are well-designed,
and will provide plenty of challenge to D&D 4e players."
Dice: “The bottom line: This is a must-have 4E product. If you
can’t find someone to run this adventure for you, you need to run this
Rising: “If your 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons group are fans
of Frank Frazetta’s Death Dealer or of the Image Comics miniseries, then
this adventure would probably be a good one-shot to play in between larger
campaigns, especially at a $10 price point.”
World Fan Review: “Overall this adventure will prove a fairly difficult
challenge to a party. The additional rules in play suitably evoke the feel
of both the Death Dealer comics and the sword and sorcery genre. The level
of difficulty I feel is a great asset to this adventure and models well
the gritty and desperate nature of the the world of the Death Dealer.”
fan review: “Classic sword and sorcery. Goodman Games has done a very
good job of translating the six-issue mini-series from Image Comics into
a 4th-edition adventure. No, you don't get to play the Death Dealer, but
you do play the adventurers who ultimately allow him to enter the world.”
of Fantasy: “Death Dealer: Shadows of Mirahan is a great adventure
and, at a suggested retail price of only $9.99, a definite bargain for
the gaming group looking for a little fun.”
“There are two things about this product that really push it over the edge
for me. First, it is $9.99. In this day and age of $50 hardback games,
it is a relief to see at least one game company trying to go the other
way… Additionally, there is a coupon code on page two, good for downloading
the PDF version of Death Dealer for free, normally $7.99.”
Room: “Really, there’s no weak part in this, as nearly as I can tell,
and its best parts are really, really good indeed. This is the kind of
adventure that fulfills the promise of gaming like the stories I was grooving
on in a way that very little gaming ever has. Check it out!”
Writer: Harley Stroh
Cover Artist: Frank Frazetta
Death Dealer is a creation of Frank Frazetta. All other characters and
story created by Jay Fotos, Nat Jones, and Joshua Ortega.
GMG5371, 96 pages, $9.99