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CREDITS LURE OF THE LOST WRITING AND DEVELOPMENT

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LURE OF THE LOST

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LURE OF THE LOST "If a thing is lost, it can be found. If a person is lost, he must find himself." –Spintiri Proverb

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Lost is an adventure for the Star Wars: Force Destiny Beginner Game. It is designed to follow the events of Mountaintop Rescue, the Beginner Game’s included adventure. ure of the and

During the events of Mountaintop Rescue, the Player Characters (PCs) rescued their mentor, Hethan Romund, and saved an ancient Jedi temple from Malefax, a dark side adept seeking its corruption. They may have managed to impress the Gatekeeper, an intelligence created by the Jedi to safeguard the temple’s secrets, although it is also possible that they have yet to earn his full respect. Regardless of the

exact events of Mountaintop Rescue, the PCs have secured the temple from the forces of darkness, although much of it still remains locked to them. Now is the time for them to explore the temple and try to uncover its mysteries, while remaining alert for any further influence of the dark side. If you are planning to act as Game Master, then read on to find out more. You should read through the entire adventure before beginning your first session. However, if you are planning to be a hero player in the adventure, please stop reading now in order to avoid spoiling any surprises.

GAME MASTER ONLY! IF YOU ARE A HERO PLAYER, STOP READING HERE! Only the GM should read the rest of this book prior to play. It contains secrets and surprises for the course of the adventure, and reading ahead can spoil the fun!

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TAKING THE NEXT STEP

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ow that the PCs have secured the temple, they can try to study its secrets and hopefully gain insight into the Force as they do so. However, the temple is heavily secured against un