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A noble scion and his retinue from Baldur’s Gate left on an adventure amid much fanfare. That was two weeks ago. Rumours in the taverns suggest only a single soldier returned, bearing grievous wounds and a ransom demand.

Is this a simple case of misadventure, or are darker conspiracies afoot? Can you locate and rescue the nobleman, or will you fall victim to the malevolent powers stirring deep within the Temple of the Opal Goddess?

Set along the Sword Coast in the Forgotten Realms, this adventure is for 4-6 characters of levels 5-8.

Art by Dean Spencer, and cartography by Chris Bissette and Derek Ruiz 

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Derek D September 11, 2020 7:37 pm UTC
I know this module has been out for quite a while, but hopefully someone noticed. I recently purchased this for a one-shot, and I can't seem to find where the stairs in the lower area (Lower Temple 1) connect with the upper area. I'm not sure where players are supposed to find the stairways down to explore the rest of the temple.
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Micah W September 11, 2020 10:55 pm UTC
Hi Derek. Despite its age I'll always answer questions on my products. The maps don't show it clearly, but the stairs down lead from area 23 up the top level (behind the portcullis) down to area 24 in the 'mid' level. From there, reaching the very lowest level must be achieved via the shaft in area 25, the elevator in area 27 (or rappelling off the edge), or descending the chain in area 29. If the PCs get trapped down there (via jumping with 'featherfall' for example, you can have them make a deal with Lashpera at the end (who can transport them up) or you'll have to contrive a way out through the large stone caverns.

Hope this helps, and if you like the adventure, the sequel can be found here - There's also at least two more planned in the series but there's no specific release date on these at the moment.
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Adam K October 25, 2019 11:16 pm UTC
The recommend player and level range is fairly wide. What level do you recommend for 4 players who are relatively new to D&D? Can't wait to run this!
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Micah W October 26, 2019 2:17 am UTC
Hi Adam.

Firstly, thanks for buying the module!

Level recommendations are always tricky because party compositions vary so wildly. Combat oriented parties with optimised characters may romp through, while stealth or charisma based parties may use their skills to avoid combat altogether. For a party of four inexperienced players I'd suggest you start them at the upper end of the level recommendations (7th-8th) and limit the coordinated tactics of the Orcs (or introduce the Troll as a potential ally early). Back to back combats on the lower level may tax party resources heavilly.

I love getting feedback on play experiances. Feel free to hit me up on twitter @pyromaniacpress with your thoughts after the game.

Finally, I'm currently writing the sequel adventure, so stay tuned for that!
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