I've been running a few D&D 4e games for a year or so and since I want to play more often, I would like to run a 1-on-1 adventure for a friend of mine. I've been looking around the web for published 1-on-1 adventures and haven't had any luck at all. Everyone is just giving advice about creating them from scratch. So I would like to ask if there's an actually published adventure/campaing for just one DM and one PC?
I usually modify and tweak published adventures to extreme extents, but still, I'm not confident enough about building an adventure from scratch, because I would be afraid to mess up the overall balance.
Thank you in advance!
Well, I suppose what I meant could be closer to "flow" rather than "balance". I know that published adventures are not perfect too, I've seen some big flaws and gaps in a few myself. But what I am concerned about is the flow of the game, the amount of combat encounters and quests. Because I am usually very keen on storytelling elements, so I can get carried away with creating various storytelling devices and non-combat quests, which can be not that engaging for the player.
Also, I don't really know how to handle a single player being in the spotlight, not the whole party.
I guess I will just have to go your way and create it myself. Thank you for the advice!
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