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The Aranea Campaign

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The Aranea Queen Campaign is designed for a party of 4-6 1st level PCs. It takes place in the Nether Mountains in the Silver Marches region of the Western Heartlands in Faerun using the Forgotten Realms setting. When the campaign ends the PCs should be at 10th level.

All encounters can be easily modified to suit larger or smaller parties. Encounters range from easy to deadly and players should be advised that not all encounters need to be solved with sword swinging or spell slinging.

When a dwarf from a local mine is found dead, the PCs are sent to investigate. Once at the mine the PCs discover that something terrible has happened and need to find a way to make things right again. That will take them on a quest in the Nether Mountains where they get the chance to see a dead goddess being reborn.

The Aranea Campaign consists of three modules published in DMsGuild that have been well received, Trouble in Ironboot Mine, Trouble under Arn Forest and Trouble in Doomspire.

The Campaign includes descriptions for three villages, seven dungeons and numerous foes and NPCs. 

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Jeffrey S July 27, 2018 8:41 am UTC
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I love the extra lore you put for all the areas especially within the Arn Forest area.
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Þorsteinn M July 28, 2018 8:34 am UTC
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:)
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Jordy W March 27, 2018 3:19 pm UTC
Any chance of a POD? And if not, is there/could there be a printer-friendly, B&W version of the PDF?
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Þorsteinn M March 27, 2018 3:25 pm UTC
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At the moment, no, but I'll see what I can do about it.
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ANTHONY W September 11, 2018 12:39 pm UTC
Seconded. It shouldn't be too hard to at least have a printer-friendly, B&W version of the PDF, right? Even just getting rid of the light-grey background would help a lot.
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