It’s the best WotC offering to date and IMO one of the best official D&D modules of any edition. However, that’s not a very high bar for the most. The Reavers of Harkenwold adventure is, in a word, excellent. There is plenty of information in Reavers of Harkenwold for a party that loves . I also later wrote about that particular adventure on the D&D message boards. Hello everyone, planning to run Reavers of Harkenwold adventure and want to hear your thoughts about it, is it good, is it bad, how you ran it.
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As well as twisting halls since it leads into this adventure. Have it, tried running it, but couldn’t get passed the second or so encounter before out of game issues de-railed the game.
Review: Reavers of Harkenwold
The first begins with a thorough overview of the plot of the adventure in both a super-brief format here are the three or four major points of the plot as well as a longer format for book 1 that goes over the flow of that section. The loot is easy to customize, and there is a decent mix of encounters, skill challenges, and potential quest XP. It is presented in two separate magazine-type books. Do not attempt to call anyone out. At that stage it is about 8 level 1 encounters. My group already picked up a contract for kobold bounty, but they also found the rare dragon hide that is in with the boss’ loot.
Any tips generally running it? Is Keep of the Shadowfell that bad? Haven’t had the chance to run it again, but I’d like to.
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This subreddit is not affiliated with, endorsed, sponsored, or specifically approved by Wizards of the Coast LLC. I think a party that likes more plot and role-playing and opportunities for creativity could also get a lot out of this adventure. So when you read off of adventures, you have to create the hooks and connections between the encounters? Madness at Gardmore Abbey: Think of the Roman Legionnaires.
The PCs decided to pretend that one of the PCs was the sister of a Harkenwolder who had joined the Iron Circle and died in the Battle of Albridge, and she had been sent to collect his personal effects from his barracks. Or just the most recent victors in an ongoing political struggle between kingdoms?
Just enough of a reason why your party is there in a tavern. Results 1 to 8 of 8. It’s definitely one of the better written pre-made adventures for 4e, and I remember it being pretty popular on EN world a while back. I started to run it in 5th, but I did not get very far.
The players need to gather allies, fight in a large military battle, then infiltrate a keep. I removed the traps and one of the monsters from that battle and it was STILL too hard the players retreated and came back the next day with an elf ally. Book 2 starts with the plot overview for that book, and then the encounters. It is a great module. I pretty much just spent my time finding comparable monsters to substitute for the 4E ones.
How are you going to start out? There was so much space to work in, that I just kept adding elements until I had a complete low level campaign built up out of what originally was a fairly short adventure. For you, you don’t really need a ton of detail. Do not use URL shorteners. If you plan to play this adventure as a PC and you want to be surprised, I suggest you stop reading now. The players took the hook and left in the morning. This includes art commissions, modules, maps, podcasts, streams, etc, whether you are charging for them or not.
But most of the battles do nothing for the plot of the story, so it takes a long time in real-world time for the story to go anywhere.
Do not suggest, promote, or perform piracy. I added in two encounters for the trip from Kobold Hall back to Fallcrest, then set up the hooks to take them to Harkenwold. The battle for Albridge can become an epic tactical combat!
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Book 1 contains the background material and the allies-gathering, while book 2 has the big battle and the keep. Posted By Abstruse Thursday, 27th December, I “ran” it in 5e. Reavers starts at level 2, so you are going to need some way to get them from level 1 to 2. I ran the game using MapTool online for a party of three PCs. I believe I used a Moonshae Isles adventure, followed by a home-brew that I wrote as a follow-up to that one, followed by adventures in Waterdeep, Cormyr and Aglarond.
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I figured I could go from level 2 to 8 in the adventures. Your first line should be: Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet.
Did the adventure still have the same feel as in 4e? Email Facebook Twitter Google.
Thanks for your suggestions.