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By A. Acevedo

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The toughest activity for any DM is writing and getting ready for an evening's experience and laying out the occasions that may form his or her global. event Compilation #I and #2 are collections of the easiest of the simplest - the journey maintain modules. inside of those pages, AEG has compiled, up to date and multiplied the unique adventures using the revised 3.5 d20 principles with new maps, new textual content, and new plot hooks, together with rewritten and multiplied sections offer extra balanced encounters and deeper demanding situations. Even empty rooms were crammed to make a DM's lifestyles more uncomplicated! all of the whereas, those books offer a campaign's worthy of excessive event to gamers of all event degrees. Written for the revised 3.5 d20 ideas. Many new and stronger maps. 288 pages. ideal sure event #I hyperlinks 24 of the easiest unique AEG Adventures retains jointly into one substantial plot thread, permitting desktops to develop from the first to the thirteenth point. This e-book is a must-have for DMs wanting to convey the nuance of low-leveling gaming again the place it belongs. Many new and more suitable maps.

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Many of the other scars were more recent; the new inner wall, the watchtowers built from the rubble of broken buildings, the collapsed bridge. Then something caught his eye to the west. Thomrir stepped around the peak, out onto a narrow ledge at the edge of the precipice to improve his field of view. His heavily tattooed hand gripped the rock ledge as his braided head peered past the nearby crags and into the wooded slopes beyond. A slim trickle of smoke rose into the wind, almost unnoticeable, coming from a small copse of trees that ran like a river down the mountainside.

The temple was forgotten until just recently, when orcs from Kardoling moved east to build fortified positions overlooking routes into Kurgun territory. One patrol discovered the ruins and would have passed them by if the legate accompanying the patrol had not sensed power emanating from the temple grounds. The power he sensed was elusive, not concentrated in a single area or item. Unable to locate the power, the legate sent word to his master, Sunulael, who sent additional legates with more skill at ferreting out lost power.

In their final days weapons that could not be wielded were destroyed, mines collapsed, and farms sown with salt or fouled with molten lead. What could not be easily destroyed was layered with traps designed with an ingenuity bred from desperation. Food was laced with subtle poison that was designed to kill very slowly, its victims not feeling the first symptoms for days or even weeks. The dwarven dead were coated with the same poison or left to rise as Fell. Sulfur and camphor were hidden beneath the coals in the forges so that when fired they would destroy themselves and all who were near them.

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