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Guardians of Dragonfall

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GameMastery Module J2: Guardians of Dragonfall
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32
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D&D 3.5
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$19.99
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Date
December 2007
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$12.99

Guardians of Dragonfall, a GameMastery Module by Anson Caralya, was released in December 2007. Its events are not considered part of the Pathfinder campaign setting canon.1

No Mortal May Enter the Great Dragon Graveyard
Something has gone terribly wrong in Dragonfall, the fabled graveyard of the dragons. The eternal guardians are not at their post, and some have even been spotted attacking local villages. Their job is to watch over the sacred site of Dragonfall, but who will guard the guardians? Guardians of Dragonfall is a journey adventure for 11th-level characters compatible with the world's most popular fantasy roleplaying game. This adventure includes details on the great dragon graveyard and the surrounding Bone Field, as well as statistics for all the villains bent on taking control of the sacred mountain.

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Auranorex, the greatest gold dragon in the world, is dead and his kin are looking for answers. To uncover the mystery of his demise, the heroes must travel to the one place forbidden to all mortals: Dragonfall, the dragon graveyard. Violating this sacred site is a death sentence and the heroes must risk their very life if they are to uncover the secret behind Auranorex's fate.

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  1. "This one and Crucible of Chaos, the adventure that came out just before this one, were a very short-lived experiment by the standalone adventure team to try doing "world-neutral" adventures that were as self-contained with the lore as possible so as to make it easier for customers to fit into the setting of their choice." James Jacobs. (November 13, 2023). GameMastery Module J2: Guardians of Dragonfall (OGL).