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A generic mini-campaign that will take the characters from the start of their career as the defenders of their home town of Trader Pass against and Orcish onslaught through the fallen dwarven city of Ragadani and the Shorlan mountain range to the city of Narion.
This mini-campaign will take the characters from the 1st level to the 6th level. Is starts with a few tutorial episodes and evolves in difficulty and complexity as the party gains power and fame.
The mini-campaign includes a few dungeon crawlers in different sizes, some detective / investigative episodes, role play scenes, wilderness and a mass combat scene.
The mini-campaign includes a detailed description for the town of Trader Pass and the Alor valley in which it resides with a shorter description for the city of Narion. The mini-campaign includes all relevant maps and information.
As for the players, the mini-campaign evolves in difficulty and complexity for the DM. As the party advances the episodes leave more room and encourage the DM to add his narrative and details to the story.
The mini-campaign ends with adventure hooks and ideas on how to continue the story.

 
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September 9th, 2018
Following review WILL contain SPOILERS. Let me preface this review by stating, that what I'll write here - I'll write with the best intention in mind, letting know potential DMs what to prepare for and providing constructive criticism to the aut [...]
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July 18, 2016
This title was added to our catalog on July 18, 2016.