Softcover, 30 Seiten, Schwarz/Weiß
Achtung: Letzte verfügbare Teile!
Everything Jules Verne could have written.
Everything H. G. Wells should have written.
Everything Arthur Conan Doyle thought of,
but never published - because it was too fantastic.
Paris, the ‘city of lights’, home to artists and art lovers from all over the world—and beyond. In this vibrating city, the adventurers make the acquaintance of the exotic and captivating Alia, the latest star at the Paris Opera house and the first Martian opera singer on Earth! But during the premier of her latest opera, the songbird suddenly vanishes. It is now up to the adventurers to find the great diva and rescue her. Their investigations lead them all throughout Paris but some things just don’t add up and the clues seem to lead to more than just one suspect. Where is Alia? Who is behind her abduction? And what does it all have to do with the mysterious ‘Phantom of the Opera’?
This adventure includes a description of sights and points of interests in Paris as well as an overview on life and work in theatre.
This adventure is written for the Savage Worlds Edition of Space:1889.