Publication:To Find a King
The High Council is floundering, the population is restless, and the monks are excited by an ancient prophecy they have discovered. The player characters are assembled to restore the Celtic kingdom of Pellham to its former glory.
To Find a King is the first of the two-part "Prophecy of Brie" series, and includes a wilderness section, a bugbear lair, and a mirror maze.
C4 To Find a King was written by Bob Blake, with a cover designed by Keith Parkinson and interior illustrations by Ron Randall. It was published by TSR in 1985 as a 32-page booklet with two outer folders. To Find a King was used as the AD&D tournament module at Gen Con XVI, as a four-round competition module. The C in the module code represents the first letter in the word competition, the name of C1–C6 module series.
To Find a King contains the first four adventures in the Prophecy of Brie story arc: The Wheel of Time, Locksmith, The Perils of Symbolism, and Divine Wine. The sequence concludes in module C5 The Bane of Llywelyn. This series of adventures was originally published as limited edition modules RPGA3 The Forgotten King and RPGA4 The Elixir of Life, available for sale only to members of the RPGA.