And make no mistake Gates of Neverdeath is crap. a Judges Guild Module http ://medical-site.info adabaskor-pdf/. The task seems easy enough: accompany a mysterious traveler and her equally mysterious package from Waterdeep to Neverwinter. In the Jewel of the North. The Game Day adventure, Gates of Neverdeath is a prelude to D&D . character themes are available for download in one convenient PDF.
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Gates of Neverdeath Basic Information Author(s) Erik Scott de Bie Editor(s) Tanis O'Connor Kim Mohan Publisher Wizards of the Coast Type Adventure Cover. The Game Day adventure, Gates of Neverdeath, served as a prelude to this season. Characters that earned XP and treasure can keep their. Gates of Neverdeath is a Dungeons & Dragons Game Day adventure, and is a prequel to Season Lost Crown of Neverwinter, the summer season of.
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However, the adventure's bigger tie-in is to Neverwinter Campaign Setting , which was officially released on August 16, Players are encouraged to make Neverwinter characters, and the character themes in that book are heavily supported within the adventure. This was part of a massive Neverwinter crossover that run from It began with R.
Salvatore's novel Gauntlgrym ; Salvatore wrote three more novels in the series , as well as an original comic series called The Legend of Drizzt: Neverwinter Tales Bonus Adventure! Expanding the Realms. Most of the expansion of the Realms of course occurred in the Neverwinter Campaign Setting. However "Lost Crown of Neverwinter" was able to provide some real details on the politics of an area that had been described in sourcebooks and computer games for a few decades. Future History.
And make no mistake Gates of Neverdeath is crap. The adventure hinges on the main guy stealing the McGuffin. The way it is written the bad guys just appears and there is nothing the PCs can do about it. Railroad combat is one of the things that will piss off players to no end.
I fixed it by bringing the bad guy on stage. I practiced the encounter the night before and so my version was fair.
If the guy died I would dropped the graveyard as the location where some nasty things were setup and the guards asking the players to go and clear it out. Although this fixes the issue, it shows the problem in sharp relief.
To pull this off requires luck and requires a highly skilled referee. My solution is not ideal for use in organized play where skill levels range all over the place. To top it all off, some of the experienced 4e players were commenting how tough the monsters were. I don't play 4e on a regular basis so I had little to compared this too. But looking at the monsters afterwards, they were startled at how they are stated.