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I3 Pharaoh Conversion (5E)

I3 Pharaoh Conversion (5E)


A conversion for the classic AD&D module I3 "Pharaoh"

This complete conversion balances the adventure for four or five player characters of 6th or 7th level (the original is designated “for six to eight characters of 5th to 7th level”). NPCs, numbers of creatures, and other encounter details have been modified where necessary to accommodate the appropriate degree of challenge. 

At 27 pages, this document is nearly the size of the original 32-page module!

Included are full 5E stat blocks for a number of new creatures and NPCs: 

  • Chabang Man (CR 4)
  • Dustdigger (CR 2)
  • Lurker Above (CR 8)
  • Munafik (Undead Wizard) (CR 8)
  • Pasha Efreeti (CR 13)
  • Sandman (CR 3)
  • Thune Dervish (CR 1/4)
  • Trapper (CR 6)
  • and many more!

In addition, several new magic items are fully revised for 5th edition gaming: 

  • Bar-ethel (a unique magic longsword)
  • Libram of Ineffable Damnation
  • Pharaoh's Staff of Ruling
  • Potion of Undead Control

You will need a copy of I3 "Pharaoh" to run the converted adventure. 

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Ellie A March 22, 2016 8:53 pm UTC
What is the approximate length of this adventure? In terms of how long it would take to play, I mean.
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Scott H April 12, 2016 7:55 pm UTC
Hi Ellie. Sorry, I haven't checked in on this in a couple weeks. I'd say the adventure would take from 5-10 sessions to complete, depending on how quick your group is at the table.
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Michael S February 22, 2016 10:24 pm UTC
Thanks for doing the 5e conversion for one of my favorites modules series.
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Scott H January 17, 2017 3:21 pm UTC
My pleasure! If there's enough interest from folks here, I'll finish out the series.
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TIMOTHY HERNANDEZ H January 10, 2019 6:11 am UTC
I just bought this your I3 Conversion and I'm interested to see if you will convert the other two.
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Scott H January 10, 2019 6:36 am UTC
Hi Timothy. I do actually have both already converted, but with lots of notes and modifications for my own home game -- I'd need to take some time going over them and stripping out any content that doesn't fit the original or that I'm not allowed to include on this site. And then layout, adding art, etc.

So yes, maybe eventually, but it's a low priority for me at the moment, admittedly. :/ Sorry!
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