Iron Kingdoms releases new Bitter Medicine digital adventure


Privateer Press have released a new adventure for their roleplaying game set in their Iron Kingdoms tabletop world, called Bitter Medicine.

It’s a 54-page story for a group of three to five Hero level characters, and you can pick it up for a cheap $6.99 on DriveThruRPG.

Ideally these characters are of Cygnaran origin, or at least sympathetic to the plight of Cygnaran people. Bitter Medicine works well as an adventure to bring a group together but does not explicitly require that the player characters (PCs) have worked together in the past—only that they are able to cooperate toward a common goal.

You can learn more about Iron Kingdoms here.

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