Drengmol Awaits!

Last session I started a new, small home made Rogue Trader RPG adventure for ongoing campaign. I am changing the current GM who will play his character, Ahmed, a fresh archmilitant, ex Imperial guardsman. My character, a rogue trader named Karyl, will be in the background during this adventure, providing red herrings, hooks, and occasional fumbled assisting roll :).

The story goes like this: with some strange play of faith the party saves a mysterious psychic person from a well prepared ambush in Footfall. It shows that a person is a Squat and horribly tortured navigator, called Worloff. He posses the knowledge how to navigate to unknown system called Drengmol, situated somewhere in the depths of  Accursed Demesne, a subsector in the Koronus Expanse. Drengmol is shrouded in a veil of mystery, and Worloff will mention that it holds  an ancient and forgotten necropolis of the Eldar, loaded with precious gems and xeno technology.

But all is not that easy. Besides making proper preparation for expedition to Drengmol, party will face additional obstacles. Several other influential game factions (a fresh rogue trader family, an ex-general, a space pirate…) are also interested in Worloff and the party could easily  get in serious crossfire if they make few wrong moves.

Anyway, I plan to make a roleplaying intense adventure (in a i-will-trigger-my-WMDs-intense way) with a climatic action filled finale. The expected duration is around 3-4 sessions.

I will post some info as the adventure goes.

And how about you? Are there any rogue traders out there?


~ by streebor on March 2, 2010.

3 Responses to “Drengmol Awaits!”

  1. well now, how about mentioning the rest of the crew? 🙂

  2. […] player face when we encountered our first mutant), after a dubious experience with last Rogue trader campaign. Unfortunately, our GM is leaving to other town over the summer, so I will take over gming this […]

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