The Metal Hall of Fame have announced they have joined forces with Apotheosis Studios on “The Red Opera: Last Days of the Warlock“, a groundbreaking Dungeons and Dragons Campaign Module. The project creates the ultimate experience for gamers, metalheads, and fantasy fans!
The Red Opera RPG is a 5E Campaign featuring (for the first time ever), a blood-soaked journey through a Warlock ruled city that explores the occult nature of Patrons. Sending players on a twisting saga through a dark and dangerous realm teeming with intrigue, magic, death, and betrayal.
An official Kickstarter Campaign is launching September 1st, however, the Kickstarter “Pre-Launch Page” is live now, ready for new players and fans to join the adventure. Sign up to get notified or even the first 33 pages free at www.TheRedOpera.com. The module is based upon Diamorte’s symphonic rock album “The Red Opera,” and each act of the campaign is paired with instrumental music from the Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra. What’s even more exciting, is that those who back the Kickstarter project early will get access to limited time tiers such as hand-crafted leather volumes signed by bands. They can even work with the studio to put their own characters to life in the Shadelands. Options like these, and so much more, are only available for thirty days.
“Metal music has inspired countless gaming sessions and epic fantasy battles. Who better to join forces with when merging the two than the Metal Hall of Fame? Let’s add legends to our imagination,” says Rick Heinz, writer of The Red Opera: Last Days of the Warlock.
“We are so excited to yet again lead the way for metalheads, gamers, and fantasy fans throughout the world, and offer them an exciting platform in which they can interact with. We look forward to creating even more original content with Aptheosis Studios and The Red Opera,” says Metal Hall of Fame founder/CEO Pat Gesualdo.
About The Metal Hall of Fame: The Metal Hall of Fame holds the Annual Metal Hall of Fame Celebrity Gala. It is dedicated to forever enshrining the iconic musicians and music industry executives responsible for making hard rock and heavy metal music what it is today. It is part of the 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization D.A.D. (Drums and Disabilities), which provides free therapy services for disabled children and their families in hospitals and community centers throughout the United States.