Descent: The Trollfens

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The vicious Bol’Goreth rampages through the wildlands at the edge of the Valdari Marsh, and those left in his wake babble terrifying tales of destruction. However, dark rumors hint at something more sinister behind the simple-minded brutality: something horrific that threatens to spill out across the realm. The Trollfens is an expansion for Descent: Journeys in the Dark Second Edi…
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The Trollfens is an expansion for Descent: Journeys in the Dark Second Edition that introduces new heroes, monsters, classes, quests, and more. Heroes can discover and investigate secret rooms and rumours while the overlord spreads infection and brings a powerful new lieutenant into play: the massive troll Bol’Goreth!

Trolls are not typically known for their fondness of water, so what brings the dim-witted brute Bol’Goreth out of mountain and cave dwellings into the endless damp of a swamp is an important question. Bol’Goreth himself holds no infamy in regards to deeds done, farmhouses flattened, livestock devoured, or anything the like. He displays nothing outside of normal troll behavior, save perhaps being a bit more brutish and a bit less intelligent, if such a thing is possible. Why Bol’Goreth has come to the marsh and what purpose is served in his dealings with the locals is unknown. Could his scheming be the first signs of intelligence in the dull creature, or is he a servant of some other, much more clever foe?