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Confront your dreams in this mysterious 4 - 7 hour adventure for the Quest role-playing game.


One night, you lie down to sleep. But when you wake, you are somewhere else entirely.

Strange things are afoot in Conifer’s Village. Everyone is sleepwalking, and sleepwalking to the same dream. What is the cause, and what are the dangers for those that follow the dream?


Flowers from the Lost is a short fantasy adventure designed for newcomers and veterans alike. 

Inside the PDF, you'll find:

  • A 40+ page adventure, with plenty of interesting characters, evocative locations, and chilling creatures.
  • Over a dozen original illustrations from Isabella Kapur, including scenes, non-player characters, creatures, and more.
  • Printable character, creature, and item cards for enhanced in-person play.
  • Detailed content warnings for sensitive topics including: arachnophobia, claustrophobia, mental influence, sleepwalking, and themes of death and grief.


Discover what lies at the end of the dream.


Buy Now$9.99 USD or more

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Flowers from the Lost.pdf 18 MB

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Any chance of there being a physical book in the future? Would love to put it right on the shelf with the rest of Quest

Thanks Kinehab! I agree, it would look lovely, We wanted to release it digitally first to see the reception. If there's enough interest, we could do a physical release, but it would naturally have to be at a higher price point.

We'll keep you posted!

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Thank you! Good luck with the project!

Just read through this and it looks pretty great! I love the overall concept and themes, seems like the sort of thing that would encourage a lot of heartfelt roleplay. And good job on the NPC description pages. The essence of the different characters come across, while giving the Guide enough room to improvise. I already know what voices I'm going to do for each NPC, and I think that's a good sign! I'm definitely going to run this the first chance I have.

Thank you so much Gran! I'm glad you are enjoying the NPC pages in particular, they are near and dear to me and to the adventure. Let me know how it goes after running!