ⓘ Crisis at Crusader Citadel

                                     

ⓘ Crisis at Crusader Citadel

Crisis at Crusader Citadel was a 1982 introductory module written by Jeff Dee and Jack Herman for the Villains and Vigilantes role playing game released by Fantasy Games Unlimited.

                                     
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  • dispute. As of April 20, 2016 a resolution has been agreed upon. Crisis at Crusader Citadel is an introductory adventure published in 1982 by Fantasy Games
  • constitutes the citadel of Acre is an Ottoman fortification, built on the foundation of the citadel of the Knights Hospitaller. The citadel was part of the
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  • northwest corner of the citadel at its highest point. Hypothetically, during a siege, if attackers managed to enter the citadel the castle was the last
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