Dungeon 183 - Revenge of the Marauders: A Dark Sun Adventure for Levels 5-7

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Revenge of the Marauders: A Dark Sun Adventure for Levels 5-7

by Bruce R. Cordell

The raider lord Yarnath prowls the wastelands in his crawling citadel called Slither.  Does anyone dare to oppose him?

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I have only given it a cursory glance and it already seems better than the prequel. The citadel is interesting, and I can work with it.

It is always good to see more Dark Sun content!

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Granted but the original model was so horrid, I have a hard time giving it's sequel a chance (or understanding why they didn't do a sequel to the excellent Vault adventure from a previous issue).

I'm gonna give it a look through, regardless, and see if i can fugde its hook into something useable for my campaign if the adventure is better than it's predecessor. 
I'm really digging the silt sink. I won't be using the adventure as my group is already level 10, but since they're about to go to the Estuary of the Forked Tongue, I think raising the trap to level 10 will do wonders for the next game I'm planning. XD
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The Silt Sink is pretty cool. It sure makes the 10' pole attractive for PCs!

And it would be pretty sick at high levels with silt creatures inside...

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Dark Sun's Ashes of Athas Campaign is now available for home play (PM me with your e-mail to order the campaign adventures).

Granted but the original model was so horrid, I have a hard time giving it's sequel a chance (or understanding why they didn't do a sequel to the excellent Vault adventure from a previous issue).

I'm gonna give it a look through, regardless, and see if i can fugde its hook into something useable for my campaign if the adventure is better than it's predecessor. 



Well, in a way it is a sequel to the other adventure, as that was a prequel to the module.