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CCC-CIC-01 The Vault of the Devourer

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Amid the gales and snowy Earthspur Mountains, the tumbling ruins of the ancient Tempest Mage’s tower brood over the village of Windy Valley. When a kidnapper flees into the ruins, it’s up to a group of adventurers to apprehend the rogue and save his victim from the vault below. 

A four-hour D&D Adventurers League Convention Created Content adventure for 1st-4th level characters, brought to you by Cold Iron Conventions and Draxtar Games. 

 
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Oh E September 10, 2018 8:17 pm UTC
I really enjoyed the Lovecraftian theme. I ran a party of 4 through, 2 of whom were level 1. As long as you don't go too hard on the party, it's a well-balanced module, despite looking way-overpowered at first glance. Very intimidating for the players as well.
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Chad V July 22, 2018 4:34 am UTC
Very good mod. I ran it but did not buy, else I would leave an official review. I had a very strong party and they went through it in about 3 hours. It was a fun time had by all. Good combats and with good monsters. Interesting premise and good pacing.

I would not mind running this module again as it was fun and I would look forward to see how a different group would handle it. Well done. Highly recommend.
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Alexis G April 06, 2018 12:17 pm UTC
I ran this as a convention DM, and received a copy (V4) rather than purchasing it. I loved this adventure, and both times were entirely different experiences. One time featured a very strong party. The combat encounters were super long, and the party barely managed to complete the mission in time even though they skipped the entire main floor and didn't check any side passages if there was a way forward! The dumb fighter asked what his name was in the room where such a question is relevant, and his reward made a difference, because the manifestation kept knocking people down. Loads of fun! Because they were so focused and such a large group (7) they barely made the minimum XP however.
The other group did everything methodically, but were a much weaker party. They also succeeded but had a much better time of things - traversing the dungeon more quickly due to weaker opposition. They also figured out the stairs, unlike the first party.

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Sean V March 20, 2018 1:08 am UTC
I really like this module, and have ran it at least 4 times for different groups of players! The larger combat encounter on the first floor can take a bit of time depending on the strength and luck of the party running it, but its a great module through and through. I love when players get disturbed by the tentacle element that dominates the place, and the boss can be a nice challenge if players have to deal with the boss's stronger stat block. I personally try to encourage players not to take any sort of rests through the whole dungeon :P!
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Jesse B October 13, 2017 9:21 am UTC
The adventure was a great one the only issue I found myself with was a few places with cramped areas but that was more an issue of running it with 7 players. Overall a great dungeon crawl,very thematic and it even managed to challenge the munchkins I ended up running it for tonight.
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Cameron K July 21, 2017 7:03 pm UTC
Awesome Mod, super brutal for low level parties though. If you need to show your party the world is real and WILL kill them. This is the way to do it.
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ROBERT S March 01, 2017 2:00 am UTC
it was ok
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Gregory M March 02, 2017 3:30 pm UTC
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But still better than CCC-CIC04 Best Friends Forever, right Rob? ;)
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Charles L February 28, 2017 11:32 pm UTC
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This was an utterly fantastic adventure, and my players loved the *heck* out of it. Any chance that the follow-up adventures will be posted any time? Or are they already?
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Gregory M March 01, 2017 1:25 am UTC
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Thanks Charles! Yes, the next two should be up in about a month.
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Gregory M March 22, 2017 3:05 am UTC
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The are up now! Check them out:
http://www.dmsguild.com/product/207980/CCCCIC02-The-Clockwork-Laboratory
http://www.dmsguild.com/product/207993/CCCCIC03-The-Desolate-Undercroft
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Ian K February 13, 2017 8:38 am UTC
can this be played in standard AL play ?
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Gregory M February 14, 2017 7:12 pm UTC
CREATOR
Absolutely. All Con Created Content (CCC) adventures are AL approved and legal for your DDAL PCs!
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Benjamin L December 19, 2016 6:48 pm UTC
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Is there a reason that the Adventure Code is not displayed prominently on the front page of the Adventure? All other modules (seem) to have their adventure code displayed prominently on the cover.
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Gregory M December 20, 2016 1:39 am UTC
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At the time it was written the CCC adventure codes for AL were not in place. Those codes for CCC adventures are a relatively new structure.
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