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Session seven was the big finish to the first part of the campaign. The characters have rescued all the prisoners from Brindol that they have deemed rescue-able and are on their way back to Brindol. In the process they confront the hobgoblin chieftain Sinruth and his last batch of soldiers. They also get some help from a few allies and run across some new and strange foes who are in partnership with the hobgoblins, foreshadowing things to come.
As a DM I wanted to make this encounter
I wanted to give the Drow a unique feel as they will be one of the main protagonists later in the campaign (replacing the Gith). So I've split the Drow into a couple of factions and added a bit of techno-magic to make them seem cooler and more mysterious. Also I'm planning on using miniatures from the Scorpion faction of the the Confrontation, Age of Ragnarok game, to make them stand out visually (check out the at the bottom of the page).
The Drow lost untold numbers
Updated 01-12-2010 at 12:32 AM by kirksmithicus
I think the introduction of gunpowder weapons, airships, dungeon delving and wild west type frontier towns, has some kick-ass potential.
The following is an amalgamation of various sources including The Scales of War adventure path, Forgotten Realms and Eberron. This is just the rough draft so far. The campaign I was running was already getting a bit stale, and I didn't really like the direction the SoW adventure path was heading, I'm not much on planer travel. So I'm hoping to recast
Updated 12-16-2009 at 03:51 PM by kirksmithicus
Generally I don't point out or harp on other peoples spelling mistakes. This is because I'm not the best speller or writer myself so I tend to go easy on such things. Except for when it inadvertently produces something funny.
Such as....the Flux Salad.
If you happen to own the 4e D&D MM2 this monster is on page 184. Sure, they spelled it correctly every other time, but once was enough to make me giggle and imagine a group of PC's encountering such a creature deep
I've been reading what I can of this adventure path. So far, it seems really cool. I am also a big fan of the 3 edition Red Hand of Doom adventure, of which the Scales of War is a continuation of. So enamored of it have I become, that I will be running, or at the least, attempting to run the entire adventure path, starting two weeks from now. Hopefully, as the DM, I shall leave a swath of destruction and dead PC's in my wake . That's just how I roll. I kid, I kid!
One thing I wanted