Ascent to Anekthor

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Ascent to Anekthor
Publisher Gamelords
Version Classic Traveller
Author J. Andrew Keith
Format LBB (Digest)
Canonical No
Edition 1st
Year Published 1984
Pages 56
Available from RPGNow
Table of Contents
Ascent to Anekthor is a complete adventure for Traveller, making use of rules and information presented in The Mountain Environment, a Gamelords, Ltd. Traveller supplement. Use of this supplement is recommended, but not required, for play with this scenario.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Lady Sandra Lockhart was rich, famous ... and bored. A thrill-seeker and daredevil, she was always on the lookout for new horizons to conquer. Now she has set her sights on the triple peaks of Anekthor.

Anekthor, the majestic, unconquered mountain, shrouded in snow and mystery. Anekthor, home of the enigmatic Windstalkers, creatures of legend whose howls are said to signal the death of climbers. Anekthor, where an old love and an old hatred await Lady Sandra's challenge.

With a team of experienced adventurers at her side, Lady Sandra sets out on a dangerous quest - the Ascent To Anekthor.

Table of Contents[edit]

Introduction 4
Lady Sandra's Challenge 7
Beginning the Expedition 9
Glenshiel 11
Anekthor 13
Encounters and Events 26
An Old Score 37
Secret of the Yn-Tsai 40
Running the Adventure 44
Non-player Characters 47
Library Data 49
Referee's Notes 52

Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

No information yet available.

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

J. Andrew Keith
Advice and assistance
John Harshman, William H. Keith, Jr., Kerry Lloyd, and Al Hipkins
Illustrations and Graphics
William H. Keith, Jr., Janet Trautvetter, and Larry Shade
Kerry Lloyd
Mike Watkins

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