Hello all! Recently I asked in another thread if there was interest in me running a level 1 adventure, the module “The Sunless Citadel”. This article covers The Grove section of The Sunless Citadel, empty room, or add them in to another encounter that the PCs might otherwise. This article covers the Sunless Citadel itself, forty-one rooms of Add in details about furnishings or traps discovered and this can really begin.
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Eager to make a name for himself and restore his family’s lands he heads to the town of Oakhurst. He became somewhat famous among the poor of his hometown, who would often go to watch him take part in local arena fights. A group of 1st level PCs trying to capture a young white dragon? Ctadel Tree spawns magical life giving and life stealing fruit, as well as evil creatures known as twig blights.
I’ve run it and it played reasonably well. The legend of the Sunless Citadel is well known locally, and stories indicate it is a place that holds promise for those intent on discovery, glory, and treasure! Is The Sunless Citadel a well-designed adventure module? But I must admit I am prejudiced against both 2E and 3E modules. What was it, a tree grown from a stake put through a vampire?
He personal goal now is to restore power to his family name and prove himself to his family. Is Against the Cult of the Reptile God a well-designed adventure module?
It has been 5 years since that day, and Hunhow is making progress. Is The Orc and The Pie a well-designed adventure module? My appreciation for this module increased after having played it, I started DM’ing a homebrew. Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait.
The backstory is citafel interesting. The adventure starts with player characters hearing rumors about the citadel while staying in the nearby small town of Oakhurst. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The game probably won’t start until Thursday when I have a day off, Monday through Wednesday will be busy for me. Except for the Meepo subplot with the recapture of the white dragon.
According to the adventure background provided, the plot involves a fortress that became buried in the earth ages ago, and became known as the Sunless Citadel. I thought that was feeble. Instead of growing up on an estate, Alexander was raised in a small but comfortable town house in Waterdeep.
Results 1 to 10 of I thought that vitadel was well-designed. The Genie’s Curse Birthright: The worst design choice in it was the twig blights themselves.
In the citadel’s core grows the terrible Gulthias Tree, shepherded by the twisted druidBelak the Outcast. Monday, 10th July, A former member of a gold dragonborn clan to the west, Hunhow always had a short temper, and found himself more at home in a s pit than in a library.
Also the Aquerra Homebrew Wiki. In the glory days of Neverwinter, Alexander’s parents were the count and countess of Corlinn Hill.
Is The Sunless Citadel a well-designed adventure module?
I played through it, never DMed. The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: Views Read Edit View history. Is Danger at Dunwater a well-designed adventure module? Like El-Rammen, I have never played this so voted other. Dark Sun Dark Sun: I have way too much free time for the next few weeks.
The Sunless Citadel
And I removed Meepo. Sunless Citadel sunlless very good at sheparding characters into 2 level, and offering challenging but hopefully not lethal encounters. InWizards re-released the adventure updated to 5th Edition rules as part of the Tales from the Yawning Portal collection. It is the hero’s strength, the mother’s resilience and the poor man’s armor.
The Sunless Citadel – Wikipedia
Join Date Mar Location Far from the nearest settlement, away from traveled routes, and high upon a craggy hill. The Beaumont family is no stranger to wealth, power, and privilege. I chose “other” – I have never read it, tue it or run it. You will make a level 1 character, point buy.