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Live and Let Dye (Encryptopedia Adventure)

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Bright lights, beautiful music, amazing food...

...and secrets wait in the wings!

Live and Let Dye is a systemless adventure designed for use with the Encryptopedia Fantasy Espionage sourcebook.

The stories in this adventure center around a beautiful gala called the Dyer's Guild Ball. Once a year the fashion elite of the city show off their most beautiful creations at this exclusive cotillion. The Ball marks the beginning of the Debutante and Beautillion season. And there is intrigue in every corner, every sideways glance, and every dashing smile.

Become agents in a fantasy espionage ring and help a spy defect, fan the fire of romance, help bring a patent thief to his comeuppance, or confront the criminal underworld - all in one night!

This adventure is campaign-agnostic but it is set in the same milieu as other works by Sam Chupp, in the Magical Country. For more information about this product and other works by Sam, check out our website at

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Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
October 1st, 2015
This is an intriguing outline for a scenario in a fantasy world, based around of all things the fashion industry, and designed to empower espionage-based adventures using the Encryptopedia sourcebook from the same author (if you don't have that, some [...]
February 22nd, 2015
A very nice piece of world-building while not at all difficult to fit into a variety of mediaeval-style campaigns (I saw a possibility for Midgard almost at once). A number of espionage-style plots should offer significant tension with a very appropria [...]
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February 13, 2015
This title was added to our catalog on February 14, 2015.