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==Plot==
==Plot==
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After a failed attempt to assassinate King Ovar the Crazed, the player characters are banished to the deadly maze of the wizard Zayene.  
After a failed attempt to assassinate King Ovar the Crazed, the player characters are banished to the deadly maze of the wizard Zayene.  


==Bibliography==
==Bibliography==
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*[[Robert J. Kuntz|Kuntz, Robert J.]] ''Prisoners of the Maze.'' Necromancer Games, 2001.  
*[[Robert J. Kuntz|Kuntz, Robert J.]] ''Prisoners of the Maze.'' Necromancer Games, 2001.  




[[Category:Apocryphal sources]]
[[Category:Apocryphal sources]]

Revision as of 16:10, 26 September 2009

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Prisoners of the Maze
Prisoners of the Maze01.jpg
The cover of the original version of Prisoners of the Maze (1987).
Type Adventure module
Code/ Abbreviation M1
Edition 3rd edition
Author(s) Robert J. Kuntz
First Published 1987, 2001
Series M1, M2, M3, M4
Classification Apocryphal

Prisoners of the Maze is the first of Robert J. Kuntz's trilogy of "Maze of Zayene" modules.

Publishing history

Prisoners of the Maze was originally published by Creations Unlimited with only 2,500 copies printed, and republished as a d20 adventure by Necromancer Games. In the original Greyhawk campaign, Prisoners of the Maze was set in the Great Kingdom, but certain characters have been renamed here: Ivid V has been renamed Ovar, and Xaene has been renamed Zayene.

Prisoners of the Maze is followed by the other modules in the Maze of Zayene series: Dimensions of Flight, Tower Chaos, and The Eight Kings.

Plot

Prisoners of the Maze02.jpg

After a failed attempt to assassinate King Ovar the Crazed, the player characters are banished to the deadly maze of the wizard Zayene.

Bibliography