Numismatists of the Great Wheel
A Fantasy Role-Playing Module
created by David J. Keffer
from the Poison Pie Publishing House

Description: Numismatists of the Great Wheel is a fantasy role-playing module, created by David J. Keffer published by the Poison Pie Publishing House. The module is motivated by the creation of a second set of gorgeous fantasy role-playing coins minted by Osborne Coinage and funded in May, 2014 through Kickstarter. This set contains ten excellent coins corresponding to the nine alignments (LG, LN, LE, NG, N, NE, CG, CN, CE) and an "alignment rune" coin. This module allows the party to travel to nine different planes in the Planescape cosmology (each with an alignment corresponding to one of these coins) in order to collect these new coins.

The module is nominally targeted for 4-6 players of levels 11-13, but is written in such a way that adjusting the difficulty to account for a different number of players or levels is relatively straightforward. The monster statistics are provided in the format of Fourth Edition Dungeons & Dragons, but again experienced DMs can port the module to another gaming system with relative ease.

Numismatists of the Great Wheel is the third module in a series that began with The Seven Wondrously Replicating Elemental Coins module, in which the party could acquire the first seven elemental coins, created by the Rare Elements team, and continued with The Shadow Mephit's Coin module, in which the party could acquire the eighth and final elemental coin.

If the module and/or the coins pictured therein look interesting to you, a set of coins can be purchased at the Rare Elements website.

Disclaimer: The Poison Pie Publishing House has no official affiliation with Osborne Coinage. This module is not the product of a commissioned contract.

length: 103 pages in pdf (48,000 words)
ebook publication date: December 14, 2014
ebook ISBN-13: N.A.
no paperback edition available
poison pie publishing house catalog number: PP-024-M

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