A BATTLESYSTEM Supermodule for Levels 15 and up! The module requires the players to journey to the Abyss , confront Orcus , one of its greatest demons, steal the Wand of Orcus , and destroy it. [1] The army also included human renegades led by a powerful assassin.. Designed for characters of levels and up, it recruits the PCs to run a wealthy but desperate barony, and mixes traditional AD&D adventures with a climax designed for the Battlesystem miniature rules. "The Throne of Bloodstone" completes that saga. If you don't know Battlesystem, it was a mass combat system for AD&D, with counters representing from 1:1 (heroes) to 10:1 (fodder-types) figures per counter. Once upon the time, the "H" High-level module series began with H1: Bloodstone Pass (1985), a war-oriented scenario that supported the Battlesystem (1985) supplement. H1 - Bloodstone Pass.pdf - 6.91MB H2 - The Mines of Bloodstone.pdf - 5.38MB H3 - The Bloodstone Wars.pdf - 5.02MB H4 - The Throne of Bloodstone.pdf - 7.63MB I1 - Dwellers of the Forbidden City.pdf - 13.45MB I2 - Tomb of the Lizard King.pdf - 11.98MB I3 - Pharaoh.pdf - 13.72MB I3-5 - Desert of Desolation.pdf - 51.94MB Two villagers have travelled far to find aid for their people. H1: Bloodstone Pass (1985), by Douglas Niles and Michael Dobson, is the first of the "High-Level" adventures for AD&D. The first battle system super module from TSR, Inc! Bloodstone Pass is an exciting good aligned, high-level (15+) adventure that combines role-playing with the thrill of mass combat. Bloodstone Pass is part 1 in the 4-module Bloodstone Pass Saga. It was published in July 1985. Plot summary. From the back of the box: The tiny village of Bloodstone Pass is menaced by an army of thousands of Brigands - orcs, goblins, giants, and human renegades lead by a pwerful assasin. The tiny village of Bloodstone Pass is menaced by an army of thousands of brigands - orcs, goblins, giants, and human renegades led by a powerful assassin. It was written by Douglas Niles and Michael S. Dobson, and was primarily designed to highlight the recently released Battlesystem Fantasy Combat Supplement, which provided rules for mass combat in the form of miniature wargaming. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for BLOODSTONE Pass Advanced Dungeons Dragons Battlesystem Module H1 by Michael at the best online prices at … Publisher's blurb: In 1985, TSR published H1: Bloodstone Pass. It was so popular that the "high-level" series became the "high-level Bloodstone Pass saga". Outnumbered and helpless, the villagers must pay tribute in gold, food...slaves. This module requires the player characters, as the rulers of Bloodstone Pass if following the series, to find the true power behind the Witch-King and defeat it. Product History. In the plot, the player characters are hired to organize the defense of the town of Bloodstone Pass against an army of orcs, goblins, giants. Dwarven Glory (3rd/4th prt): 4: Jul 2002: 209: 377: 503: 628: 754: 838: 1%: Nov 2020 Bloodstone Pass was the first adventure module written specifically for the Battlesystem rules system. Bloodstone Pass combines a role-playing scenario with Battlesystem combat.