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A mysterious clue has led you outside of the safety of the city’s walls and into the jungle beyond.

You have been asked to venture into the jungle and seek out the wisdom of some of the native humanoids in the area—perhaps they will be able to shed some light on the situation and provide some insight on who is behind it all.

Part Two of The Jungle Has Fangs Trilogy.

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Ryan V August 30, 2018 6:46 pm UTC
3/5 the bridge and satchel shop leave much to be desired. the end battle was pretty great though
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Ben M August 30, 2018 2:15 am UTC
I thought this would be a really short session, and it actually turned into the longest. Depending on your players, RP at The Satchel Shop could be seconds or last 30 minutes. Overall, it's a little forgettable. Seems like just a bridge to get the players from the city to Bulobo. I think I would've liked one encounter in the jungle as an intro into the dangers of Chult. The text mentions how dangerous it is but they don't really see it outside of the mudslide. There was a little bit of description that didn't make sense though - it says the humans show the players the village, but then they say they'll wait to go back in when it's dark. Were there no Yuan-ti around the first time? It just doesn't really make any sense. But overall my players made the adventure fun and it's easy to run for a DM.

Rating: 4/5
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Benjamin D August 26, 2018 3:49 am UTC
A dull point in the adventure at first but a tough battle at the end.
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Tony V August 24, 2018 10:55 pm UTC
Initial roleplay that can either be an hour long or a minute long depending on the DM and players. Final fight (while balanced for it) seems like something bigger than tier 1. Overall unfulfilling module without player help to flesh it out.
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Oh E August 20, 2018 3:09 pm UTC
Particularly short, this adventure can be run in as little as an hour, or made to last a full 2. The end of the module leaves the players very much in the middle of nowhere with a cliffhanger in the story, so it would be best to run either immediately before Whispers in the Dark, or perhaps go straight from A Day at the Races to Whispers in the Dark, if you don't have time to run all three.
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Alex F June 10, 2018 8:05 pm UTC
Adventure a bit boring. It is very short and with very few fights and enigmas. I did not like it very much.
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Antonio O April 01, 2018 2:53 pm UTC
I didn't found this adventure really interesting: there aren't enough challenge for players (the part where they have to chase the mugglers is the only one, but it's a "Filler")...the players have only to follow Wadumu and don't have to do anything until final battle, where the enemies are really weak, turning this battle in only a boring waste of time...
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Kevin M February 28, 2018 4:23 am UTC
This adventure was a nice change of pace from the normal. However the adventure seemed as thought there was something missing after the final battle. Felt like there should have been a bit more.
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Samuel S February 25, 2018 8:47 pm UTC
Ran this for a small group. The mudslide was pretty deadly, and Suggestion used on a Barbarian is pretty rough (tried to get her to throw her longsword in the fire). The Yuan-Ti paid for it when the barbarian got double 20s on her reckless attack.

The adventure is pretty compact, and I ran it in an hour and a half. Much better than Day at the Races.
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drew M February 20, 2018 10:53 am UTC
Ran this for a small 4 person group as preparation for a larger group the next weekend. The players enjoyed it, but did get a little baffled about what to do at the satchel shop. The mudslide almost killed the wizard, but the barbarian saved her. One player actually said she's dead nothing we can do. Lol. At the end everyone enjoyed themselves.
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Cameron H January 27, 2018 7:59 pm UTC
Yay Satine! Nice having a few RP bits thrown in instead of pure murderhobo AL sessions.
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Remy B January 20, 2018 9:11 am UTC
A pretty good play. I paired it in a session of 4 hours with Whispers of the Dark. A pretty steep run into the jungle with 7 people. I loved the fact that this part is written by Satine Phoenix. There is a good vibe about this ongoing hiking part and I found the little frog to be actually a masterpiece of baiting tool. It's so cute.
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Jay M December 27, 2017 6:30 pm UTC
Who can i talk to about providing an FG module for this?
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Travis W December 27, 2017 9:50 pm UTC
Authors are responsible for any additional assets that are included with the adventure--including .mod files for running them online.
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Jay M December 29, 2017 1:11 am UTC
Is there an easy way of contacting the authors?
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Michael D November 12, 2017 10:27 am UTC
I am happy to make a fantasy grounds module for this adventure if the author is interested
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