There are two new Heroic tier adventures available for download from www.livingforgottenrealms.com. One is set near Ravens Bluff, while the other takes place in Neverwinter.
ADAP3-1 The Gauntlgrym Gambit
by Daniel Marthaler; LFR adaptation by Pierre van Rooden
Many have died searching for the lost dwarven city of Gauntlgrym. Now, it seems, heroes have found a way inside -- but they might not live to regret it. A Living Forgotten Realms adapted adventure set in Neverwinter for Adventure Level 4. We recommend that you allow at least twelve hours of playing time to complete this adventure (the equivalent of a three-round LFR adventure).
This adventure is found in issue 193 of Dungeon, part of D&D Insider. Dungeon adventures may be downloaded by subscribers from the Wizards of the Coast website. At least one person at the table (either a player or the DM) must have an active subscription to D&D Insider.
The adaptation document does not present adjusted stat blocks for multiple tiers; all stat blocks are found in the published adventure. Any legal LFR Adventure Level 4 table can play the adapted adventure (character levels 1-7 are eligible for AL 4). Please bear in mind that the stat blocks in the adventure were written for a party of level 3-5 characters. Tables of all level 1-2 characters might find this adventure very difficult.
CORE3-1 A Vengeful Dream
by Greg Marks
An eerie tale told around a late-night fire leads to a mystery of fear, loss, and murder. A Living Forgotten Realms adventure set in Mossbridges for characters of the Heroic tier (levels 1-10). This adventure features additional role-playing opportunities for PCs who are members of the Knights of the Golden Rooster meta-organization, or who have related Story Awards from the MINI2 series of adventures set in Ravens Bluff.
This adventure focuses on investigation and role-playing, and has fewer opportunities for combat than most LFR adventures. Players who prefer combat-heavy adventures with a minimum of exposition may not find this adventure to their liking.
In addition to The Gauntlgrym Gambit, we also intend to adapt the other two Neverwinter adventures from recent issues of Dungeon: Tears of Selune from issue 193 and That Which Never Sleeps from issue 195. We will always make an effort to adapt Dungeon adventures for LFR when those adventures are specifically set in the Forgotten Realms.
We have built up a significant backlog of unreleased adventures, which we are working to clear. You can find a list of upcoming adventures (along with downloads of all the existing adventures) on the Community Download site at www.livingforgottenrealms.com.
In the near future we will also be making some important announcements about the campaign staff and our plans for dealing with the Campaign Year 1 adventures that are scheduled to retire. Please stay tuned to this blog and the forums for details.
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