Game: Dezzavold: Fortress of the Drow Publisher: Green Ronin Series: d20 Reviewer: Wyrdmaster Review Dated: 5th, January This is a generic fantasy game setting that could be dropped into any campaign. From the publisher: “Dezzavold: Fortress of the Drow, Green Ronin’s companion . Dezzavold: Fortress of the Drow, Green Ronin’s companion book to Plot & Poison : A Guidebook to Drow, fully details a dark elf settlement, with professional.
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This was both the salvation and the undoing of the drow of Dezzavold.
Dezzavold – Fortress of the Drow – d20 RPG – Noble Knight Games
The Black Heart, for example, make most sense if you use the mythos introduced in Plot and Poison. Here we have a plot set up where Drow PCs can plot to overthrow an especially harsh regime and one which followers neither the Spider Queen nor the less harsh Goddess which the Dezzavold survivors followed.
There’s also the plot where the Black Heart turn their attention on Corwyl and the book looks at a plausible and deadly simple attack plan. Fortress of the Drow time to read: Posted By Morrus Friday, 28th December, It’s a bugger to work out what a Mithral Guardian Spider’s challenge rating is.
This holding can be used either as a dezzavokd site for standard PCs, or possibly as a city setting for PCs with less heroic aspirations. Subscribe Replies to my comments All comments. If excessively worn, they will be marked as “tray worn. The netherstrider are sort of a barbaric monk unarmed fighter type. A great part of the book is dedicated to describing Dezzavold itself.
It reminds me of the rough maps tge Palladium Castles used on dortress products. One PrC, the Huzzlatarr, is for any non-drow elf, which is essentially, an elf who hunts down drow, which has been done in several other products, and seems a little out of place in a book about a drow fortress. Austin rated it it was ok May 30, The cardboard backing of miniature packs is not graded. Fortress of the Drow includes: Fortunately for Dezzavold their Drow rivals were distracted and then defeated by an invading Formorian army.
The warren sentinel is something of a dark elf guardian and underdark scout. That said; if you’re really worried about spoilers then stop reading now. Unfortunately for Dezzavold one harsh band of mercenaries they had hired to defend the fortresses betrayed them and took control of the city.
A neat class, there is one apparent editorial error: City and region maps. The layout is good. This page does not exist. Dezzavold was first introduced in Corwyl: I have used this book as a resource for developing my own drow cities in my fortrses.
Village of the Wood Elvesand has ties to that book. There were few editorial gaffes, but a few I noticed were consistent. The founders of Dezzavold aren’t so bad – at least not as far as Drow go.
Dezzavold – Fortress of the Drow
Add tags Tags separate by space: Monday, forttress July, The Netherstrider seems more like a race than a class. Don’t miss these posts. Christina Stiles Steven Trustrum. The print size and text density is spot on – you’ve plenty squeezed on to every page but it’s still easy enough to read.
Among the new rules material are new creatures other than the repeated material, all spiders associated with Dezzavold and new core and prestige classes. It also inspired the initial and ill-fated approach to Corwyl.
Sergio Papounidis added it Jan 30, fortrress Let’s save the plot stuff to last. Two new core classes–the black heart and the netherstrider–and four new prestige classes.
Paperback96 pages. I like the way Dezzavold stacks into Corwyl and the class books from Green Ronin.
Dezzavold: Fortress of the Drow
The war with Corwyl made matters worse. Dezzavold benefits from usual Green Ronin successes.
A Guidebook to Drowprovides a fully detailed dark elf settlement for your d20 fantasy campaign. Skill Based buy or gain skills.
Want to Read saving…. The prestige classes are on firmer ground. While four centuries have passed since tthe Dark War with Corwyl, the drow have not forgotten their treacherous elven kin.