A highland kingdom ruled by parasitic royalty.
THREE DAYS, UP A SWITCH-BACKING TRACK
Silk strips on a teak gateway. Drifting gauzily with the wind. Inwards, at first. Then out. In again. And out. The breeze keeps shifting. Breathing.
In every fold of Dog Mountain there is a village, green with terraced rice. The farmers smile at you. They always harvest bumper crops.
They all look a little thin, though. A little wan. And there are no animals, anywhere — no cattle, not one chicken. No dogs.
The farmers bow low at a passing palanquin. It is a prince of the royal family. He wears a high hat. He smiles at you, also. A predatory grin from a mouth of sharp fangs.
Andjang is an adventure setting inspired by parasite bugs, life under Southeast Asian autocracies, and the vacant bungalows of Cameron Highlands. A rules-less, 44-page dungeon-crawl with detailed black-and-white art. Random NPC, hook and magic-weapon generators. A keyed map pullout.