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Are you a new DM? Or do you have a bunch of players that have never played D&D before? If so, then this adventure is for you. This low-level adventure will use EVERY SAVING THROW, ABILITY SCORE CHECK, SKILL CHECK and goes over every condition, environments and different actions a player can make in combat. It is THE PERFECT TEACHING TOOL. 

Please check it out and use it up guys and gals... endorsed by the D.I.C.E. gaming group and the Guardians of the Way gaming group. :)

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Colin C April 01, 2018 10:00 pm UTC
I used this for my group last Sunday. I am a somewhat experienced DM, and my wife has played about as often as I have. She played one character in a party of five--the other four consisted of one entirely new player, one player on her third session ever, and another pair who had played a handful of times. I let the players decide their characters independent of each other, which resulted in two fighters and three rogues--this proved problematic, given the specific contents of the adventure, which I ran pretty straight. I advise increasing the availability of combat healing options, such as potions of healing, or directing your party to include healing options in their character builds. In particular, the encounter with the orcs outside the cave was very, very challenging for the party.

In my experience, low level parties can really struggle without access to healing. After level 3 or so, this is less of a problem, as most classes have access to self-healing, damage reduction or avoidance, or high...See more
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TA F April 02, 2018 11:21 pm UTC
Hey Colin,

thanks for the feedback! I unfortunately tailored it to a group of 5 that I had hoped would have at least one healer. In retrospect, I would think that adding a few healing scrolls or potions in the city before they head out would be fine, or using their abilities in herbalism or alchemy while at the ruins to make some basic healing potions would also be okay.

Either way, as the DM, if the inclusion of magic would benefit the party, then by all means, add away. As for leveling, I use the standard XP you receive for killing creatures and tackling tasks, so I guess it would all depend on how many people are in the party and how well they do at the skill challenges. If you wanted to use the milestone system, then after they are ready to bed down for the night in the ruins, or maybe after they escape from the bugbears, you can have them all level up.

The length of the adventure was kind of skewed, but is probably my fault. Being more familiar with the details and...See more
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Charles V February 18, 2017 4:26 am UTC
What's the recommended player number/level and expected play time?
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TA F February 26, 2017 2:36 am UTC
Hey Charlemagne,
sorry for the delayed response! I geared this for all 1st level newbies, including a new DM. I would think about 4 players, in order to get a broad range of all skills and their proficiency in the adventure. As for play time, it can vary from one session to several. I made this adventure for my wife to try out, but unfortunately, we haven't gotten a chance to. So it really depends on how quickly the new DM/players pick it up.
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