Jungles, or as they are more commonly known now, tropical rainforests, may be explored by characters looking for lost civilisations and other strangeness. This supplement contains 100 different encounters that can be used to flesh out a jungle expedition, adding background colour and potential adventure hooks. The encounters are influenced by media portrayals of jungles and some of the encounters are potentially hazardous whilst others are potentially useful.
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Here are some sample results:
Drumming - Loud, repetitive drumming can be heard in the distance. The surrounding jungle makes it extremely difficult to tell where the sound is coming from.
Dry Area - This area of the jungle is dead and dry. The plants and trees are withered and the smaller ones are crumbling. The resultant damage means the area is open to the sky and the air is filled with dust from the dry soil.
Farm - The ground is clearer here, with no trees only stumps, and the area is open to the air. Small plants cover the ground and some appear to be in regular lines. An overgrown lump in the centre of the cleared area is a collapsed wooden building, a farm house for the area cleared was a farm. Some of the plants are the wild remains of domesticated species that were being grown. No sign of the former residents can be found.
Flash Flood - A large storm can be heard in the distance. Some minutes later, the path the characters are one may be revealed to be an empty riverbed along which a flash flood is now coming, caused by the distant rains. The flood can easily knock creatures off their feet, carting them downriver along with various debris.
Frogs - Many small, brightly coloured frogs dot the marshy ground below the trees, croaking in chorus. The skin of the frogs has glands under it that exude a poison that is very dangerous to touch.
One page is the front cover and one the front matter.
The supplement is also available in a Pathfinder version, which is slightly longer and contains some Pathfinder stats. You do not need both versions.