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DDAL05-10 Giant Diplomacy (5e)
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SEER has learned of an attempt to intimidate Gralm, an ettin, and his followers into joining Bad Fruul’s army.

HSING comes forth to communicate that she wants you to see if you can find some way to either insure Gralm remains neutral, or to encourage the creature to challenge Bad Fruul to single combat in the hopes that he might wrest control of the hill giant’s forces and turn them back from Parnast.

A Two-Hour Adventure for 1st-4th Level Characters

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Samuel S May 09, 2018 2:28 am UTC
4/5 stars, very fun module. Set up is easy enough, and builds on previous season adventures quite well.
Had fun RPing the ettin, and the players seemed to enjoy the challenges. Final fight is not difficult at all, although I recommend the DM use the dryads to charm at least one party member, otherwise it's a romp. I had a large party and they had no issues whatsoever. It's a fun module, I recommend it.
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Daron F February 01, 2018 5:56 am UTC
So, I ran this module recently and discovered that there is (was?) errata for this module in regard to the min/max XP awards for the players. This was officially written errata in FAQ v6.1, but not in FAQ 7.1, where I also noted some of the errata in 6.1 was reprinted, which may indicate this particular errata was retracted? I also attempted to check the "Suggestions and Errata" link in the FAQ but it did not contain any information about this module.

If it's possible to get clarification on this point, specifically if errata printed in old FAQs persists even if not carried over to later versions, I would appreciate before giving my players the bad news.
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Reed D December 23, 2017 5:27 pm UTC
Does this include a FG .mod file? Does not state so in the description, but states multiple file formats.
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Jasmine L December 25, 2017 9:29 am UTC
It does not.
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Ken S August 17, 2017 2:53 pm UTC

5/5, this is one of my favorite modules. It works for veterans who want something other than a straight up hack and slash as well as for new players who need an introduction to combat and role-play. The only thing I've run into and had to change is when I have a large group of children at the table then I change the alcoholic beverage portion of the mission. When I'm with a group of adults I like to upgrade the drunkenness penalties so they bleed over more into combat than just the role-playing portion of the module since most of the player's participating in the contest portion of the module are my fighters/barbarians/paladins. I also tend to speed through the puzzle room rather than spend a lot of time there, it's a cool threat to the players and a skill challenge which I think many players enjoy but it can also easily become a time waster; also, with the puzzle room if you actually read that box text out loud to your players more power to you...I always paraphrase it.
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Jasmine L April 06, 2017 7:50 pm UTC
I'm pleased to see that the xp awards for this one have been hit by errata. They were far, far too generous.
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CJ L May 17, 2017 1:08 pm UTC
Where can I find the errata?
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Jasmine L May 17, 2017 9:26 pm UTC
In the AL FAQ.
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CJ L May 19, 2017 2:45 pm UTC
Thank you! Found it in the FAQ document.
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Daniel D April 12, 2018 10:44 pm UTC
I'm looking in FAQ 7.1 and I don't see about this in the errata. Am I missing something or has it been taken out?
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Jasmine L April 13, 2018 6:29 am UTC
It has been taken back out.
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Daniel D April 16, 2018 4:02 pm UTC
Yay! More XP for everyone!
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