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DDEX2-08 Foulness Beneath Mulmaster (5e)

DDEX2-08 Foulness Beneath Mulmaster (5e)

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Foulness Beneath Mulmaster

The sewers beneath Mulmaster have always been dangerous, with countless stories of brigands, murderers, and worse that lurk beneath the streets of the City of Danger. But those stories pale in comparison to a new threat under Mulmaster, one brought to light by a strange and disturbing corpse recently found. It is up to you to learn the terrifying truth of what lurks below.

An adventure for 1st-4th level characters.

DDEX2-8 5E

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Andrew P May 18, 2017 5:47 pm UTC
Reviewas a player:

Incorporating a flumph was very well done as it allows lower players to see a monster that is not evil to hem instead of everything must die. The story hook was incredibly fun to go through but the battles were not very challenging or aggressive. a very good new player module. 4/5
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March 24, 2017 6:21 pm UTC
The druid npc is still with the error on the damage when using shillelagh. Should be 1d8+2 instead is written 1d8
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March 25, 2017 1:42 pm UTC
actually, all the monsters stats still are not corrected according to the MM errata. Is there a chance to see this fixed?
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Alex J March 07, 2017 1:21 pm UTC
FYI, the introduction section on page 2 of the pdf states incorrectly that this is Eye of the Tempest and is for three to seven 5th-10th level characters and optimized for five 6th level characters.
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Tim E January 23, 2016 2:52 am UTC
I'm the author of this adventure, so I'd love to hear any reviews - whether they are good or bad!
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Eli R April 15, 2016 6:35 am UTC
Just finished playing this. I have a few thoughts. Good, bad, and one downright ugly. First the good. The bulk of the adventure is very fun. I am an unironic fan of flumphs so I was in heaven with the inclusion of them as prime players in the adventure. Even the newbies who had never heard of them were enthralled by them and got immediately invested in the sad lost love of the lady flumph we met. Combats were, for the most part, harsh but not unfair for a tier 1 party (perhaps made slightly easier by having a full party of 7, thus mitigating much of the drowning risks). I also really liked the thought put into the rp of choosing a side between the flumph or the "excavators" (Despite their evil intentions reading fairly clearly to experienced players). However, there were a few parts that felt off. Firstly there's really no good reason given for characters of any sort to get involved in the mission other than "Because the watch said so". Not even a paltry payment for their time. ...See more
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Tim E May 05, 2016 3:07 am UTC
Hi Eli, I'm glad that for the most part you enjoyed the adventure, and I'm glad that the players had such a positive reaction to Laal and her plight. To address some of your concerns. I chose the opening to reinforce the theme that Mulmaster is a very oppressive place, and I thought that natural curiousity (or a deal with the cultists) would propel the PCs into the dungeon itself - perhaps I should have added a bit more motivation to that part! To address your concerns about the magic item; though I don't mind the occasional cursed item, I was asked to add that item to the adventure, though it's trait was the inspiration for the kuo-toa tomb. That said, I don't know why it was added; I know AL DMs can't simply swap it out, but I hope people who run this adventure for their home games make any necessary changes if they share your feelings!
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April 04, 2017 12:40 pm UTC
all the monsters stats still are not corrected according to the MM errata. Is there a chance to see this fixed? Thank you.
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