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The Quarrelsome Quarry is a 2-3 hour adventure for 2nd level characters at the end of which the players need to make a choice that will decide their path.

This adventure is the third and final adventure of the Mud Creek trilogy. A set of adventures for low level characters which takes them from 1st level to 3rd level and sets them on a path to glory or infamy.

The previous adventures in this campaign are:

A Disturbed Breakfast

Chasing the green

This adventure is followed by "A Source of Secrets" for parties that lean toward good or "A Dark Design" for parties that lean towards evil. 

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Charles D June 15, 2016 1:07 am UTC
Where is the quarry located on the map?
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Kristjan M June 15, 2016 4:30 pm UTC
Hi Chuck.

You can sort of decide it yourself. But when I wrote the adventure I was thinking about the area below the T in "To Fort Crim".

Hope you enjoy the adventure.
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Charles D June 15, 2016 5:02 pm UTC
Thanks for replying! I'm a brand new DM, and after my group gets done with the 5e Starter Adventure I'm wanting them to run this trilogy. I really like how easy this adventure is too read and understand. I'm honestly thinking about using Mud Creek as the central village for quite awhile with this group. I realize I can place it kinda anywhere I want, but did you have somewhere in mind on the map of the Sword Coast where it would be located?

Again I'm a big fan of this story and I hope to see more like it from you.
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Kristjan M June 16, 2016 10:04 pm UTC
I thought it best not to nail down a specific location so DM's could place it wherever it suited them. I have however been thinking about creating an island, with a detailed map, lore and stuff to the west of the sword coast and place the valley there. But that project is on the long term drawing board.

And thanks for the compliment. I just started working on the second trilogy again after a few weeks break. I published part two just now and part three will hopefully be ready soon.
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Charles D July 15, 2016 7:48 am UTC
I have another question. I'm wanting to run this adventure on Roll20. Is there anyway to get a copy of the maps as image files? Thanks!
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Kristjan M July 16, 2016 10:27 pm UTC

I added the JPEG of the maps to the download library, hope that helps.
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Charles D July 16, 2016 10:52 pm UTC
Thanks! I really appreciate it. Loving this series so far! Would it be possible to get the images for the rest of the series also? I'm really excited to run this with my group once we get done with LMoP.
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Kristjan M July 20, 2016 10:05 pm UTC
Hi again.

I have uploaded images for most of the maps. I still need to update the images in "Chasing the Green" before I upload them. I expect I will be done in a few days.
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