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DDAL04-05 The Seer (5e)


The time has come to venture beyond the village of Orasnau and explore the realm of Barovia.

However, in your travels, you happen across an unusual tribe of people--distrusted denizens of the Demiplane of Dread. Do the Vistani truly possess the ability to see the future, or is it simple parlor tricks and deceit? Part Five of Misty Fortunes and Absent Hearts.

A Two-Hour adventure for 1st-4th level characters

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Oh E November 09, 2018 6:14 pm UTC
I ran this immediately after 04-02 The Beast and managed to fit it all in a 5-hour timeslot without skipping anything or rushing too much. Because The Beast is closer to 3 hours, it's nice that this module has less combat in it. Plus the two modules work great as a pair, allowing a party that's new to Barovia to battle the two most iconic enemies they'll find there.
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Jonathan F April 04, 2017 5:17 pm UTC
I ran this module.

-- Target Level: I think this module is 3rd level.
-- Story: 5/5.
-- Pacing: 5/5.
-- Combat Difficulty: 4/5.

Introduction: Band of gypsies. Love sick young man, missing young woman. More stuff I can't mention for concern of spoilers. Great though.

Exploration: Decent amount.

Combat: The first combat is great! I had the party scared because they didn't know [redacted - something that ultimately makes it less lethal].

Roleplaying Opportunities: A great deal at the start.

Overall: Great module. I would be willing to run it, but only as part of a larger effort to do *all* of season 4 since leaving Barovia is expensive.
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David D August 18, 2016 7:03 pm UTC
Just look at the Cover, There are only three people who worked on the module. Ron Lundeen wrote it Claire Hofmann and Travis Woodall, did Editing and Development. Then go back and look at the credits of the old Living Forgotten Realms modules. Three to five people worked on the writing and editing, then another 8 -12 people got listed as "playtesters." The more people who look at it, the less likely these careless mistakes will slip through. I looked at the credits of one of the Fantasy Flight Star Wars adventures recently, and it was clear over 20 people worked on it! Their production value and attention to detail is outstanding. WOTC just doesn't care anymore. That was the nice thing about Dungeon and Dragon magazines. They received lots of materials from the community, but before it got published it would go through multiple rounds of editing before a polished adventure or article was published. Now we get this hodge podge of half baked stuff, some is really good, some really bad, and most...See more
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Owen L July 24, 2016 1:37 pm UTC
"Oh neat, there's an owlbear in the monster section?" Flips through the rest of the module... "Hm, where am I supposed to put this guy?"
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Seán F June 20, 2016 8:07 pm UTC
My understanding was that DMs Guild (paying for adventures) meant that we could expect better proofreading, or at the very least updates with fixes. Am I mistaken on this?

This module has been out for almost 3 months. When can we expect Part 3 to be fixed to either remove references to an encounter with wolves or, better yet, include the missing information?
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Kevin M July 26, 2016 3:08 pm UTC
Why would they? By the time it's released they're already working on next season, plus they already have your $2.99 in their pocket, why would they bother going back and correcting errors? Unfortunately, reviews of these events and how poorly they are written are not coming out soon enough so that people don't purchase them. As much as people enjoy AL, the events aren't going to get any better until gamers start protesting with their pocketbook.
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