Five Winter Fantasy 2013 Premieres Released

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Thanks to everyone who came to Winter Fantasy 2013. We had a great time and we hope that you enjoyed our seven premiere adventures (five "tiered" adventures, one Epic Campaign adventure, and the new Battle Interactive).

Five of these new adventures are now available for public and private events and may be downloaded from livingforgottenrealms.com right now. They are:

CORE5-1 Churning Shadows
by Buddy Arnold and Mickey Tan

The city is overrun by a plague of shadow creatures. You are tasked with rescuing the Cormyrean Ambassador from legions of undead. Will you be able to save innocent lives without becoming one of the living dead yourself? A Living Forgotten Realms adventure set in Urmlaspyr for characters of the Heroic tier (levels 1-10). This adventure concludes the Trouble in Urmlaspyr Major Quest, and is also the conclusion to Chapter 1 of the Desolation series. The first four adventures in Chapter 1 are SPEC4-5, CORE4-3, CORE4-4, and CORE4-5. You can play the Chapter 1 adventures in any order, but we recommend that you play them all with the same character, and we recommend that you play the first four adventures before you play CORE5-1.

CORE5-2 A Radiance Faded
by Chris Sniezak and Shawn Merwin

Many fear that a Thayan plague is killing livestock in Thesk as a precursor to a full-scale invasion. The true cause may be much simpler but much more deadly. A Living Forgotten Realms adventure set in Thesk and Rashemen for characters of the Paragon tier (levels 11-20). This adventure is an epilogue to the Radiance Against Thay series, which included CORE1-2 Radiant Vessel of Thesk, CORE1-6 Incident at the Gorge of Gauros, and CORE1-14 What Storms May Come.

SPEC5-1 Morthac's Mansion
by Dan Anderson

A typical mission briefing is interrupted with urgent intelligence about a tactical advantage that could be gained by the resistance against the occupying forces in Elturel. Can you secure a location vital to the resistance? A Living Forgotten Realms adventure set in Elturgard for characters of the Heroic tier (levels 1-10). This adventure is a sequel to ELTU4-4 The Fall of Elturgard and leads into the events of ADCP5-1 Home's Last Light. This is a combat-intensive adventure.

SPEC5-2 Closer to the Heart
by Bill Buchalter and Michael Pearman

Restoring the Companion is a crucial step in the effort to retake control of Elturel. Someone must journey into the depths of the Astral Sea to recover a ritual component known as the Heart of Light. To find the Heart requires more than just skill. Only the Trinity can lead the way. A Living Forgotten Realms adventure set across the planes for characters of the Paragon tier (levels 11-20). This adventure takes place after the events of ELTU4-4 The Fall of Elturgard and leads into the events of ADCP5-1 Home's Last Light. More than most LFR adventures, this adventure benefits from significant advance preparations by the DM.

EPIC5-1 Plaguewrought Prism
by Dan Anderson, Lori Anderson, and Keith Richmond

When faced with a threat that even the gods fear, the powers of Faerûn turn to you. Unfortunately, there is far too much to do in what little time remains. You have only split seconds to prevent the coming apocalypse. A three-round continuous-play Living Forgotten Realms Epic Campaign adventure for 27th-level characters. This adventure is a direct sequel to EPIC4-3 Dark Hearts of Madness.

We are preparing the other two Winter Fantasy premiere adventures (CORE5-3 Lost Refuge, set in Baldur's Gate, and ADCP5-1 Home's Last Light, the newest Battle Interactive) for general release and will post them shortly. As with all of our previous Adventuring Company (ADCP) events, ADCP5-1 will only be available to public events and must be requested directly from the campaign staff using our online form, a link to which is available on the campaign website.

We had a busy January and expect to release another large batch of new adventures in February. Thanks, as always, for your support of Living Forgotten Realms!

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