|Publisher||Game Designers Workshop|
|ISBN 1-55878-062-9 Stock #0219|
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The Lost Legacy of the Long Night: Caught up in the battles of the Rebellion itself, innocent traders are captured as prisoners of war, then escape to become fugitives fleeing the forces of the rebellion. Clues they gather during their flight hint at a fabulous pre-Imperium lost city of high-tech wonders. Can this city's treasures give one side the advantage that will win the rebellion?
Now, the characters are prisoners of war, and their ship has been confiscated. They must escape and track down their stolen starship. During the search, they stumble on secrets that could put an end to this cursed Rebellion once and for all. The search for their starship takes them to an Imperial knight with information about a fabled lost city of technological wonders from the Long Night period. If he can find it, its marvelously high technology could help Margaret's faction prevail in the Rebellion.
The danger, intrigue, and clues escalate in this knock-out adventure, leading the characters on a thrilling quest across the Imperium in search of a solution to a cryptic puzzle.
But that solution is impressive: a fabulous pre-Imperial city of undetermined (but very high) tech level. Somehow, long ago, it fell into obscurity, and now only a trail of clues lead to its lost wonders.
Eight scenarios, plus assorted random nugget, make this a tense, exciting MegaTraveller adventure.
- Knightfall's cinematic nugget system clearly defines the incidents player characters pass through in the course of their explorations. Each nugget includes a scene and an action, which make the adventure come alive for the players and referee.
- Knightfall is specifically designed to provide hours of enjoyment as the players fight their way to the treasures at the end of their journey.
Table of Contents
|Another Day, Another Credit||7|
|A Minor Infraction||19|
|That's Our Ship!||42|
|The Knight of Legend||49|
|Mapping the Course||58|
|City of Legend||64|
|Artifacts: Ending the Adventure||71|
Meta-history & Background (Dossier)
Knightfall Canonicity: Some details of Knightfall are considered non-canon, which include the following sophonts:
Credits (Primary Sources)
|Credit||Authors & Contributors|
|Design||Joe D. Fugate Sr.|
|Graphic Design and Production||Amy Doubet and Cain Budds|
|Cover Art||Paul Alexander|
|Interior Illustrations||Rob Caswell, Tom Peters, Mike Vilardi, Blair Reynolds, and Kate Lebherz-Gelinas|
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