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Lethyl is a prosperous, if slightly rustic, Laranian abbey dedicated to Saint Syrele. It is bordered by the dark Kirsta Forest on the northern border of Fethael Hundred. It is two and a half leagues from the town of Getha and the Silver Way.
This is one of several "Location Modules" for the Hârn fantasy setting. For other modules, see Hârn Modules.
Lethyl Abbey is a "Location Module" for the Foundry VTT system. This location module is designed to depict the Lethyl abbey in the far north of the Kingdom of Kaldor, on the island of Hârn in the HârnWorld fantasy setting; however, this manor could be adapted to exist anywhere in any fantasy setting.
Although designed for use with the HârnMaster system, this module is mostly system-agnostic. Detailed descriptions of the actors has been provided in journal entries to facilitate conversion to other game systems.
The original maps from this work have been used as inspiration, and new maps have been designed specifically to meet the requirements of the VTT environment. The following maps are part of this module.
Map of Lethyl Village, including the abbey.
Writer: Joe Adams
Original Maps: George Kelln
Contributor: Robert Barfield
With Thanks To Kerry Mould and Allan Prewett
Adapted to Foundry VTT: Tom Rodriguez
This module is "Fanon", a derivative work of copyrighted material by Columbia Games Inc. and N. Robin Crossby.
Some assets used to create the maps in this module are from Forgotton Adventures.
To install this package, open your Foundry Setup screen and navigate to your Module tab and click the Install Module button.
From there, you can either search for the package unique name: hm-loc-lethyl or copy its manifest URL:
And paste it to the input box at the bottom of your window.
You can install this package directly to your Forge account.
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