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Treaty of the Tiger King

A lone king arrives at the city's bustling harbor with hopes of negotiating peace for his people in a distant land. But an assassination attempt puts his mission in danger and reveals the king's hidden enemies. Can the characters protect King Rami and help him gain the political influence needed to achieve a lasting peace treaty?

Treaty of the Tiger King is a diplomacy-focused, urban one-shot for 1st-3rd level characters. It take about 3-4 hours to complete and includes:

-Social events, intrigue, and hidden assassins
-Respect-earning mechanics that influence a treaty negotiation
-Combat cards for each monster, PC, and special treasure
-High quality digital maps for use with virtual tabletops

Written By
Kelsey Dionne
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Levels 1–3
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KrestBoss has played this adventure and would recommend it.

Short Version: 10/10

This adventure, among the others by author Kelsey Dionne of the Arcane Library, is extremely easy to run and is a ton of fun! It took such minimal prep work even to make adjustments to fit my campaign and setting when I needed something to run for my party when a few members were away for a session.

It has cool, well thought out characters that can be run at a glance, fun battles with good battle maps, and a fun mechanic to let the party help build a peace treaty between an aspiring king and a much larger nation.