In a Facebook conversation today that was sparked off by Carol Dunster mentioning the forthcoming edition of Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay I happened to mention that in about 1999 (when I was about 19 years old) I’d written an adventure (under the somewhat pretentious pseudonym of Dragonfire – hey I was young) titled “The Phantom of Miragliano” loosely based on the Phantom of the Opera.
After a brief discussion (spurred on by Andre Martinez) and fruitless searches on the internet I was able to find a working copy on my old personal website (remember them?), to save me losing it again and in-case anyone is interested I’ve dropped it into a PDF and you can access it by clicking on the link below:
If you’re interested in reading the original back from the dim and murky days when I was well into my Warhammer my personal site is still up on the internet although most of the links are now inactive:
Sadly after this period school and other things crowded for my attention, putting a severe crimp in my RPing time, it would be a good few years til a chance encounter with a shit-face friend down a drinking establishment would launch my into my angst-ridden World of Darkness period, but that’s a story for another time…