BUT! Yeah, that author bio is an oldie. I forgot to turn over a new one. Totally my bad! Sorry!
Have you also see that its a March/April/May adventure... should'nt have it been 2 months ?
Even if Nicolas Logue admitted is error, WotC is still very late on schedule and I can't believe that ALL authors are late like Nicolas Logue...
As it goes, it will be from monthly to quarterly magazine... isn't that going to digital should have "accelerated" the process of publication !! Weird that greater technology brings slower delivery... ah Internet... so magical & complex !
On the adventure side... Seems great but not yet in Xendrik to take advantage of it ;)
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Weird. My sig won't show up.
I thought it was a great adventure. The only problem I have is why put out a 3.5 adventure this close to 4E release. I will just have to convert it.
"The turning of the tide always begins with one soldier's decision to head back into the fray"
Nick, if you're still creaping about here, this adventure couldn't have come at a better time.
My Eberron group is currently playing Crucible of Chaos, set as a fallen drow city deep in the jungles of Xen'drik...they are actually there in competition with an NPC party to explore the ruins and learn its secrets. They are conscripted by a high ranking Lord in Stormreach.
What better than to have the other group find, and return with a coffin to end the adventure just days before they return.
Funny, that admission make me think more HIGHLY of you. It takes stones to admit errors.
It also makes me think more highly of wizards, but not to nearly the same degree .
I suppose that rather than paying the $15 per month to get little content, I'll be heading to sinister adventures to pay between $1.50 and $6.00 for web content that I can buy a la carte.
**If only they would learn**