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Once again they failed to post the recommended Levels. For those of you who have not read it yet
... go check it out. Looks nice from the 2 mins I've browsed it so far.
If it matters that much to you that you won't download it if it isn't at a particular level, Check out the ToC.
Any chance of the maps being set up as their own file?
the adventure is ok, I can work with it and make it fit my world/overall plot... but the maps (player maps mind you.. no GM keys) would go a long way
So Quick Question for Ya...Which is right the Table of Contents which says 4th Level or The Adventure which says 5th Level
I really like the adventure well done wotc keep up the good work.
It matters more that this has been requested countless times, WotC staff have seen the request and said they were stupid for not thinking of doing it before, and would do it in future.
It is just another example of the fact WotC can't even managed some of the most basic stuff, and pay no attention to feedback at all.
i knew what adventure level it would be....
Actually you didn't since it's for fifth not fourth as it says in the ToC. Minor difference, but it still wouldn't cost them anything to have put that information on the Adventure own page and not just the ToC, since there are plenty of other ways to get to that page.
I'm not sure how much of a fan I am of this adventure. The Skill Challenge provides no help at all. The players succeed, and they still partake in F5. Or the players fail and they still partake in F5. I think I'll write my own alternative after I finish reading it.
What do others think of this? Is it railroading?
Why is there no "Continuing the adventure" section? And why are they throwing a 5th level adventure at us now? They could've put up the first adventure of the new adventurer path, to tease us into subscribing to get the rest! Work smarter, WotC!
I haven't seen anything like this explained in the DMG.
* What is this "Difficulty"? The same as "Complexity"?
I imagine they don't want to compete with H1, and also provide something for people that have completed H1 to continue onto, since H2 is still a while away.
Seems to me Heathen was written for an earlier version of the rules, where Skill Challenges were different, and Complexity was Difficulty and you had this Low DC and High DC business. Then not edited properly before going to press.
Another error I've spotted is on page 33, in Development.
"Dead doppelgangers revert to normal form, revealing
cult tunics and Naarash talismans (see below)."
That's incorrect as Change Shape (see MM280) the doppleganger ability only changes there physical form not any items worn or carried.
Wow ! Good catch !
I think you're right saying it was written with previous versions of the rules. At least this is the way it feels to me. I hope that will improve in the future.
Otherwise I liked very much the fact that this was not a dungeon crawling ! More of that pleasssse. :D
Hopefully the fact that its a PDF will allow WotC to fix this.
Yes it will allow them, if they actual do I will be pleasantly surprised, no actually I'll be amazed.
If they are actually reading this thread I'll be surprised.
I rather say
I really liked the Adventure. Thank You Scott Fitzgerald Gray
The Art Work was Great Thank You Steve Argyle, Brian Hagan, and Amir Salehi
The Maps were well Done Thank You Mike Schley