Results for tag: Neverwinter
Posted by: Markoe on Jun 1, 2013 at 04:03:13 AM
I run my first dnd next session, player group was two characters (one female elf ranger and the other male dwarf paladin). Eventually there will be two more characters...
So I was trying to get them around the city, few adventure options were dropped by but both characters turn them down (I did not want to force them to take these yet, maybe later they can return to these, but then world has gone little forward...) and they made some strolling around city and tried to get information.. So I let them to take their time in city
They walked in and out taverns, shops and hall of Justice , They talked with soldiers and shopkeepers and even peasants... And eventually they found out house of knowledge
From the seer of house of knowledge > this lead them to some information that lead them to travel...
Posted by: The_Jester on May 4, 2013 at 05:41:38 PM
The first real Dungeons & Dragons video game in years is out. It’s called Neverwinter, the most recent in a long line of D&D video games to be centered on that city starting with the oft-overlooked SSI game Neverwinter Nights released in 1991. The name was recycled by BioWare hot off the success of their Baldur’s Gate series, who released Neverwinter Nights in 2002. A sequel was released by Obsidian Entertainment, unsurprisingly called Neverwinter Nights 2 . And now we have Neverwinter by Cryptic Studios.
This is long. So if you want the sound bite, here it is: Neverwinter is an action RPG that doesn’t provide solid enough action to really satisfy action aficionados. Similarly...
Posted by: soccerref73 on Jan 1, 2012 at 06:28:38 PM
Happy new year from the Living Forgotten Realms campaign staff! Today we round out our trilogy of LFR adaptations of Neverwinter Campaign Setting adventures from Dungeon online, and bring a Heroic tier Major Quest from Tymanther to its thrilling conclusion.
ADAP3-3 That Which Never Sleeps
The citizens of Neverwinter are killing each other, and only you can end the insanity. A Living Forgotten Realms adapted adventure set in Neverwinter for characters levels 1-7 (but recommended for levels 1-5). This adventure is found in issue 195 of Dungeon online, part of D&D Insider. Dungeon adventures may be downloaded by subscribers from the Wizards of the Coast website.
Posted by: leeoconnor on Dec 9, 2011 at 10:55:08 AM
[Mostly cross-posted from my Blog]
Bill, the Gamesmaster (no not that kind silly), of our role-playing game group - referred to as 'Geek Club' by all and sundry - has been slaving away over a hot Obsidian Portal 'campaign wiki' (will webby wonders never cease? I remember attempting to affect a similar thing a few years ago by trying to get the Wikipedia engine running on my web domain, to track all of the characters, locations and evidence in the Call of Cthulhu RPG 'Masks of Nyarlathotep' campaign.) In the face of such community-spirited narrative-bolstering, I just had to do my thing and add a bit of art to the general flurry or activity.
So this is me at Geek Club. I'm a member of a race called the Tieflings, and get your spare change out, because I'm a Bard. You've got to love a bard....
Posted by: soccerref73 on Nov 25, 2011 at 08:23:16 PM
ADAP3-2 Shards of Selûne
The goddess Selûne has sent her priests a warning of the dangers threatening Neverwinter, and it’s up to the heroes to uncover them before it’s too late.
A Living Forgotten Realms adapted adventure set in Neverwinter for characters levels 1-7. This adventure...
Posted by: Huscarl on Nov 8, 2011 at 02:20:19 PM
This series of articles offers some of the design concepts that went into each of the Encounters Season 6 sessions. From weaving a story to sculpting an attack by a creature 8-9 levels higher than the PCs, the plan is to give you a sneak peek into the making of The Lost Crown of Neverwinter. If you're an Encounters DM, this information might be a helpful guide to running the encounters. If you're a player, you're certainly welcome to read these articles, but it might be best if you wait until the day after the week's Encounters session.
You can also catch up with Erik and ask him questions directly on the Wizards Community boards, where he hosts a thread specifically on The Lost Crown of Neverwinter.
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